Friday, 24 August 2018

KERALA CALLING – MAPS Interact Club Initiative

The beautiful state of Kerala is experiencing fury of nature, suffering from a devastating flood causing myriad loss of life and property, Out of humanitarian spirit, it becomes our responsibility to lend a helping hand in providing solace and support to the flood victims.  The Interact Club of Maharaja Agarsain Public School, Ashok Vihar, Delhi took an initiative organising a campaign for collection for the funds in order to supply relief stock to the casualties. We solicit donation in the form of cash/ cheque- in favour of ROTARY DISASTER RELIEF ACCOUNT or any other material for example- toothpaste toothbrush soap etc. We are looking forward for your contribution with zest. Your contribution maybe a drop in the ocean but every drop counts.
MAPS Interact Club

Saturday, 24 September 2016

MAPS - Interact Club

Park Traffic Training

Students were encouraged to assimilate the do's and don’ts of road safety the “fun way” through activities like cycling on test-track dotted with miniature road signs and signals at Traffic training Park, Punjabi Bagh from 30th May till 3rd July. Around 30 students were under surveillance and were enthused with games and grant and beautifully printed T-Shirts. The students were auspiciously trained prop up by Mr. Neeraj Sharma and Ms. Jyoti Aggarwal. 

Swachh Bharat Mission at Purana Qila
The Interact Club of MAPS took another initiative by mobilizing the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan at Purana Quila,Delhi on 21st April 2016.The Interactors cleaned the surroundings and induced in the people the need for a Clean India. Under the allocated guidance of Director Isha Verma and Director Baneet Kaur, the Interactors braced the cause and the drive proved to be an enormous success.

MAPS Interact Club announced Organ Donation Camp in the campus today itself. Nothing can be more nobler than giving a gift that would impact someone's future , making life more beautiful & worthy of being lived.

There are thousands of potential cadaver donors whose organs cannot be used, as the family is unaware about the deceased person’s wish. Each one of us can help to save the life of another by pledging to donate our organs after death.

Over 80 Nation stars took initiative to make it more successful.This was the one of its own kind and we achieved a good start for more such upcoming projects.

MAPS-Move on

India has been traditionally vulnerable to natural disasters on account of its unique geo-climatic conditions. So, In a bid to ensure safety of Delhiites , Maharaja Agarsain Public School organized a workshop on Disaster Management in collaboration with NDRF (National Disaster Response Force).It was a great learning for the Agarsanians to experience the mock drills and seminars. Interact Club was also nourished by aiding the NDRF Team. It instilled the student’s responsibilities for dealing with all humanitarian aspects of emergencies and particular preparedness for recovery during the circumstances. The Interact Club under the esteemed guidance of Principal Mrs. Punam Gupta and Club Incharge Mrs. JyotiAggarwal vigorously initiated to make the event a tremendous accomplishment.

 Visit to Indira Gandhi National Museum
Director Isha Verma and Interactor Aditi Aggarwal from MAPS Interact Club visited Indira Gandhi National Museum on 27th April 2016 along with students of class 1 and 2 and Teacher Inchare Ms. Jharna Pradhan. The yound minds got an opportunity to explore the world and learn about the Iron Lady of India- Smt. Indira Gandhi. It was a motivating experience for the all the students

No-Tobacco Campaign
The No-Tobacco Campaign was organized in the school on 25th April 2016 by Interact Club to aware students to encourage people around them to abstain from tobacco consumption in any form. Students engaged in various activities like poster making, slogan writing and debate competitions in order to spread awareness among peers about the ill-effects of tobacco on health. Interactors rallied all over the school raising slogans about the issue. The campaign successfully instilled awareness among the students about the detrimental practice of Tobacco consumption.