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Interact Club


There is always something spiritually satisfying about giving back to the less fortunate. Interact Club is a students' body which works for various social issues for the benefit of society. The club nurtures the altruistic spirit of its students and encourages them to help those in need. Hence, from cleanliness in school to charity, Interact Club covers a very broad spectrum of social issues. The Club, in collaboration with several NGOs like Goonj, Denim Club of India, Aviva and Hindustan Times, has raised funds whether monetary or in the form of clothes and books for charity.

  • The Literacy Week was celebrated from 24 August to 2 September 2015, under aegis of Delhi School Literacy Project (DSLP). Students of classes VI to XI actively participated in the competitions – Story and Script Writing, Group Song, Slogan Writing /Poster Making and Powerpoint Presentation which were held in different member schools of DSLP. Mridula Jain of class VII won the second position in Story Writing Competition held in 3rd Centenary GTB School, Mansarover Garden on 26 August 2015. She was felicitated in the Valedictory Ceremony that was held in Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan on 11 September 2015.
  • BBPS GRH Marg got the privilege to organise Inter School Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition under aegis of DSLP on 24 August 2015. Mr. Sunil Joshi, Anchor Correspondent DD News and Educationist graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The ceremony commenced with lighting of the ceremonial lamp. The school choir paid obeisance to goddess Saraswati with eloquent hymns. Participants from 17 schools presented poems on 'Literacy'. The panel of judges consisted of Dr Sandhaya Garg (Assistant Professor JDM College), Ms Nirmal Taneja (Writer and Educationist) and Ms Shobhana Srivastava (Assistant Director, Ministry of Petroleum). Mr Joshi addressed the audience regarding the potential of education to bring about a paradigm change in society. Ms Vijaya Puri, Coordinator, Each One Teach One Project, thanked the the school for putting up a successful show.
  • 'Each One Teach One Project' under the aegis of DSLP was initiated for the session 2015 – 16. All students of class IX have been enrolled for the programme. Meri Kitab – I has been distributed to all.
  • Ms Arti, Gupta Asst. Teacher along with 13 members of the club from classes VI to XI attended Thalassemia Awareness Campaign, organized by Rotary International and Rotary Noida Blood Bank on 27 September 2015 at Rotary Noida Blood Bank, Noida. The guest speaker, Ms Tejinder Kaur, Chairperson, Thalassemia Committee, Rotary International District 3011, apprised the audience regarding different aspects of Thalassemia. Ms Arti Gupta has been deputed as Ambassador of Thalassemia for 2015-18 with the objective of spreading awareness about Thalassemia among students.
  • The Primary Department at Pusa Road Campus collected and donated toys to the NGO 'The Toy Bank' on 8 May 2015. This organization works to recycle and distribute toys to the less privileged and needy children of our society.
  • Interact Club and Health & Wellness Club in collaboration with NGO MIW foundation organized the Road Safety Awareness Workshop on 29 April 2015. The resource persons were Mr. Gulshan Garg, MD Shri Sai Creation; and Sanjeev Sharma, Area manager Larsen & Tourbro Limited. The workshop consisted of the following two activities -
    • Shining Stars of Road Safety - Students of secondary department attended the workshop on different aspects of road safety. The workshop was followed by a test and students scoring more than 85 percent were shortlisted for the next round of quiz. The quiz included objective type and audio visual questions. The winning team was awarded a trophy & gifts. 
    • CRF- 50 activity - 40 students of primary department were trained to ride a two-wheeler with correct posture and control. The students were also trained to follow traffic rules while riding the vehicle. Certificates were awarded to all the participants.
  • Teach India Project successfully completed its winter cycle 2014-2015 on 7 February 2015. 15 female class IV employees, were trained in spoken English over 2 months, by 3 volunteers of class IX.
  • Khushboo Gupta (X A) involved in Outreach segment of Teach India Project successfully completed the work allotted to her. She contributed immensely in Teach India Newsletter by highlighting the importance of spoken English in a creative manner.
  • Pearl Khurana, Arnav Gupta, Tanjul Kumar and Drishti Gupta of class X involved in 'Community Mobilization Segment' of Teach India Project worked with the NGO, Society for Promotion of Youth and Masses, Vasant Kunj for motivating people to enroll and volunteer for Teach India Project. At a local level, they also worked with Jyoti Samajik Sewa Sanstha, Kapashera and Sahyog Welfare Foundation, Badshahpur, Gurgaon. They targeted youth, aged 18 to 30 years, by going door to door, discussing the importance of Teach India Project and distributing pamphlets related to the same.
  • Learners were given a help book prepared by British council to further hone their speaking skills.
  • 'Meri Kitab Part –III' and the corresponding test paper 'T-9' were collected from the volunteers of "Each One Teach One" project. Total 115 volunteers were enrolled for this project in the session 2014-15. 'Meri Kitab Part I & II' have already been submitted by the volunteers.
  • Interact Club initiated a campaign to collect books for donation to Chandra Arya Vidya Mandir Girls School .This school  is a not for profit orgaisation running under the aegis of Chandrawati Chaudary Smarak Trust.
  • Students of classes VI to VIII raised funds for the Red Cross Society of India. A  Donation Box of the Red Cross Society was placed in each section of the classes. All 24 boxes were handed over to the Society in the first week of February 2015. 
  • Display 'cum' sale of items prepared by the children of the school being run by NGO Prateek, for specially abled children, was organised on 18 October in the school premises.
  • Under the Each One Teach One Programme, 'Meri Kitab' Part 2 has been completed by 150 learners under the guidance of volunteers from the school. 'Meri Kitab' Part 3 has been distributed to all learners.
  • Woollens were collected and donated to NGO 'AAROHAN' as a part of a campaign initiated by HT PACE.
  • Various art and craft competitions like candle/ christmas tree decoration, shagun envelope/ folder making were held from 17 to 20 December 2014. These craft items were contributed by students for Charity Auction held on the occasion of Winter Carnival. An amount of Rs. 4650/- was raised through this endeavors.
  • On the day of Winter Carnival, Interact Club donated Rs. 5100/- to an NGO, Prateek catering to children with special needs. The club also sponsored fifteen children of the NGO, Karuna – the Compassion, that works for upliftment of backward masses, to the carnival.
  • 'Nine Is Mine' workshop was held on 6 August 2014 at St. Thomas School, New Delhi. 5 students of class X and Ms. Sandhya Thapar attended the workshop. The workshop focused on workers' rights and demands that 9% of Global Development Plan (GDP) should be used for the welfare of workers - 6% for health and 3% for education.
  • Old school furniture was donated to NGO Prateek and Govt School, Shakti Nagar. In total 300 chairs and 250 desks were donated.
  • Interact club volunteers enthusiastically participated in various competitions like Poster making, Slogan Writing, Cartoon Making, Declamation, Story Writing, Street theater, Group Song and Learners' Group Dance during the Literacy Week celebrated from 27 August -12 September, 2014.
  • Spoken English classes of 'Teach India Project' started from 18 July 2014. These classes are being held for learners of economically weaker sections and disadvantaged groups. Total 12 learners have been enrolled for the summer cycle project 2014-2015. Module 1 and 2 have been executed by student volunteers, Varun Sharma (X H) and Riya Khanna (X A). These modules focused on teaching basic communication skills and grammar used in daily life.
  • In an act of solidarity, generous contributions were made by the staff members and students for the flood affected people of Jammu and Kashmir. Dry ration, woolens, blankets, utensils, medicines, flex banners etc were donated to the NGO, Goonj.
  • On 30 April 2014, Annual Award Function of Delhi Schools Literacy Project was held at Springdales School, Dhaula Kuan. Mr. Rajarshi Bhattacharya, (Secondary Department of School Education & Literacy Minister of HRD) was the chief guest for the function. Ms Sudesh Sharma (TGT Hindi) along with eleven student volunteers from BBPSGR attended the function. Our school was awarded certificate of commendation for making 120 people literate.
  • Ms Sunita Verma (TGT Mathematics) along with 15 volunteers visited the NGO Goonj on 12 May 2014 to donate the old books, stationery, clothes, toys, shoes etc which were collected from staff and students as a part of 'The Power to Reuse' campaign initiated by the NGO.
  • Each One Teach One project was initiated for the academic session 2014-15 with the distribution of 'Meri Kitab- Vol-1' to 120 student volunteers
  • Donations collected by members of Interact Club were made to Red Cross Society of India and All India Federation for Welfare of Deaf.
  • "Meri Kitab 3" with evaluation paper "T9" was collected from 125 volunteers of "Each One Teach One" project and has been submitted to Coordinator, Delhi Schools' Literacy Project (DSLP).
  • Art competition – 'Elephants never Forget' An art competition was organized for Interact Club members in association with IFAW (International Fund for Animal Welfare) on 13 November 2013 in the school premises to create awareness about animal welfare issues. The best three entries have been sent to IFAW. The result is awaited.
  • Poster making with Slogan Writing Competition: 'Hum Sab Ek Hain' As a part of celebration of Communal Harmony Campaign week organized by NFCH (National Foundation for Communal Harmony), a Poster Making with Slogan Writing Competition was held on 27 November 2013 in the school premises. Entries have been forwarded to NFCH. The result is awaited. The result is awaited.
  • Donations were made to various NGOs – Red Cross Society of India, Prateek, NFCH , an NGO working for disabled students.
  • On the occasion of Winter Carnival, the Interact Club put up a stall. Cards, paper bags, madhubani paintings etc. made by students were sold to raise funds for charity purposes. On the occasion, Rs. 5100/- were also donated to Prateek, an NGO catering to children with special needs
  • The school has been awarded a certificate of commendation for making 101 learners literate under the 'Each One Teach One' programme of Delhi Schools Literary Project (DSLP). The learner, Radhika Sharma taught by our student –volunteer, Kanishka Behl(X F) was awarded Henry Selz Memorial Scholarship. For the current academic session, 175 copies of Meri Kitab (Part I & II) have been distributed to the club members of classes VI to XII.
  • Members of the club raised an amount of Rs 5750/- from staff and students which was donated to 'Rahat Uttrakhand', a campaign initiated by GOONJ.
  • Raffle tickets issued by the Indian Red Cross Society were sold from 5 to 18 August 2013 to staff and students by the club members. Rs 1607/- were collected and donated to the society for its welfare activities.
  • NINEISMINE campaign seeks to ensure that INDIA keeps her promise of dedicating 6% on education and 3% on health. In the first phase of the campaign, survey forms were filled by 289 students of the school for the feedback on the factors that should be taken in consideration for budgetary allocation.
  • Literacy week was organised by Delhi School Literacy Project from 10-20 September, 2013 to motivate students to participate in National Literacy Campaign. Volunteers of the school enthusiastically participated in various events. Tushita Srivastava (VII G) secured second position in Story Writing competition.
  • Students of class XI participated in the Global Tiger Day Competition, conducted by Saevus Wildlife India, Mumbai.
  • Items like clothes, cereals, pulses etc are being collected for 'Rahat Floods', an initiative by GOONJ for relief work in Uttarakhand.
  • Four members of Interact Club along with teacher escort, Ms Pooja Seth attended the Introductory Workshop held in St. Columba's School to become a part of nationwide campaign, NINEISMINE. This participatory children's advocacy initiative led by Wada Na Toda Abhiyan (WNTA) seeks to ensure that India keeps her promise of dedicating 9% of the GDP (Public Expenditure) to health and education by 2014. Members of the club hope to achieve this objective by conducting, in 2013-14: Signature campaign; Photo Campaign; Diplomatic Mission 9 and Framing a manifesto which includes the rights of children.
  • Interact club members of Senior Department visited the NGO "Goonj" on 28 April 2012. The NGO is actively involved in providing charitable services to the weaker sections of our society. It was an eye opener for the students as to how the old & new uniforms, notebooks, stationery are re-used & the material is provided to the slum schools & villages across the country. Contributions were collected from the students to be sent to the NGO "Goonj"
  • Interact club members of Senior Department visited the NGO "Goonj" on 28 April 2012. The NGO is actively involved in providing charitable services to the weaker sections of our society. It was an eye opener for the students as to how the old & new uniforms, notebooks, stationery are re-used & the material is provided to the slum schools & villages across the country. Contributions were collected from the students to be sent to the NGO "Goonj"