Event Date: 18 Jul 18 :: Past Event
It is possible to fly without motors,
but not without knowledge and skills.
The child prodigy, Tejasvini Uppal of XI ( Non Medical) gave a sparkling presentation at The Japan Foundation, New Delhi on 13 July 2018 on the topic: “Thai International Japanese Camp 2018 - Feedback (Experience sharing) Session”. The purpose of this session was to give participants an opportunity to share their experience/learning.
Thai International Japanese camp 2018 was held in Bangkok from 01 - 05 May 2018 and from India, 7 students including Tejasvini Uppal were selected. A one week camp was organized by Office of the Basic Education in cooperation with The Japan Foundation Bangkok.
The theme of the project was “What is waste? The 3Rs - Let's Work Together!” which aimed to enhance students’ 21st century skills as well as to promote cross – culture understanding and learn to live and work in harmony between students and teachers from different countries.
The Principal, Ms Vipula Saxena told that education has evolved from the predictive measures of rote learning to depending upon one’s wit and skills to succeed. Students need an extra edge, not only to go beyond their competitors but also to be responsible citizens of a bright tomorrow.