Our Achievement

"Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard"

The students of Arwachin International School have once again proved that if you train hard and stay committed towards your goals, no one can stop you from achieving them. 

Three students of our school have participated in the 3rd Gold Cup International Tug of War Championship held at Kathmandu, Nepal from 29-30 May 2019. Our students represented the Indian Tug of War team and brought gold medal in various categories.

Siddhant Agrawal of class 10 won a Gold Medal in 560kg men's category.

Yash Gaur of class 10 won a Gold Medal in 560kg men's category.

Mansi Sharma of class 12 won a Gold Medal in 540 kg women's category.

It was their hard work and dedication towards the sport which made them shine. What a moment of pride it would have been to represent your own country.

Let us applaud them for their achievements and wish them luck for their life ahead.

 

"If you can believe it, you can achieve it"

The Delhi State Amateur Tug of War Association has conducted the 12th Open Senior National Tug-of-War Championships (Men & Women) held from 28-30 May, 2019 at, Kathmandu, Nepal  in following categories.

Two Arwachinians were a part of the Delhi Tug of War team and secured a bronze medal.

Siddhant Agrawal and Mansi Sharma of classes 10 and 12 respectively were in senior mixed 4 + 4 560 kg outdoor category and secured bronze medals.

It is a moment of pride for all of us seeing our children succeed, thanks to the constant hardwork they do and the dedication they give towards the sport.

Let us appreciate them for their achievements and wish they reach heights in future.

 

 International Informatics Olympiad

Arwachin International School has been training students in computing skills since the beginning of their school life. Our students have always been good at handling technology and have achieved varied excellence in the same field. Following the trend, we have been participating in the International Informatics Olympiad since the past six years.

This year Himagn Gupta of class 6 has achieved third rank at the state level in the Olympiad. He has been awarded with a gift prize and a medal.

We are proud of him and hope that he keeps achieving similar credits in the following years.

Great Job Himagn! Keep it up!

 

Samriddhi Jain (Class-12B)

Student Of The Year 2018-19
(Awarded By TIMES OF INDIA)

 

Arwachinians Shine Again

A great milestone towards success was achieved when the students of Arwachin International School performed tremendously well in NELTAS ECAT (2018-19). There were two rounds for the competition. The first round was compulsory for all the students. Around 400 students appeared in the first paper. Out of those 400 students, 209 students appeared in the Grand Finale of NELTAS ECAT (2018-19). The results of the Grand Finale were remarkable and the school bagged the title of the BEST SCHOOL IN THE NORTH.  The school won 6 trophies for the same.

Most of the students scored above 70%. Some of the top scorers (class-wise) are as follows:

Class

Name of the students

Percentage (%)

 Class 2         

Nyonika Dhingra

82.5

Class 3

Anshul

90

Class 4

Armaan Pathak

90

Class 5

Kabir Garg, Kabir Bhutani , Tavishi Kandare, Shaurya Vansh

82.5

Class 6

Tiasha Roy

87.5

Class 7

Kokila Rohatgi

92.5

Class 8

Bhanavi

85

Class 9

Ishika Sharma, Anshika Tewatia

90

 The principal of the school, Mrs. Swapna Nair was very happy with the great performance of the students

 

INTER SCHOOL KARATE COPETITION 2019

Inter School Karate competition was organized by the NGO named ‘We people test for humanity’ and ‘MG Karate Academy’ on 14th April 2019 at Icon International School, Vashundhara (UP). Seventy participants from twelve different schools of Delhi and NCR participated in the event. Twenty Five students from Arwachin International School participated in the competition. An event of Individual Kumite based on age was organised. The referees were Mr. Ishwar Thapa, Mr. Yograj and Mr. Manoj.

       

Arwachin International School bagged 9 medals (2 Gold, 4 Silver and 3 Bronze).

The winners are:

S.NO.

NAME    

CLASS

GOLD