The fourth speaker was Ms. Archana Shrivastava who spoke on "Living in the moment". She is an Independent consultant, Trainer, Behaviour Science Professional and a Life Coach. She has over 30 years of work experience focusing on transforming capacities of different groups of people. She has been accredited by Indian Society for Applied Behavioural Science (ISABS) as sensitivity trainer. He is a professional member of NTL Institute of Applied Behavioural Science, USA and is accredited as “Professional Coach for Transformation”, by “Leadership That Works, USA”.
Who would have known that a collective learning environment sitting at different corners of the globe could be so enriching through a click of a button. Third session was hosted by Mrs. Natasha Kher on Public Speaking and using technology better. She is a training leader with two decades of experience. She has spoken about language training, themes of leadership, human psychology and inclusive diversity at various platforms. She is also a certified Design Thinking expert and MBTI and NLP Practitioner. The most recent one being a Certified Diversity Professional from Diversity Training University, CA.
The second session was hosted by Mrs. Parvathi Subramanian on various yoga practices for daily routine. She is in yogic domain since 10 years and specialises in yoga therapy. She also works at tummee.com. She demonstrated us with various postures and asanas to connect to your body, work on important areas of the body with very simple movements. These made us feel light and happy.
Dr Akash Chhabra (MBBS & MD in pathology) is certified in First Aid from Saint John Ambulance Association and The Indian Red Cross Society. He took the first session on Monday about "First Aid: Introduction and Utility". He guided the teachers and students about 3 major areas: Road traffic accidents, Bleeding nose and burns.
A National Level Mask Making Competition was organized on 5th June 2020.This activity was organized to explore and encourage creativity in children and offer them a platform to show their skill in mask making. It inspired children to think and work creatively and promoted artistic excellence.The theme was "Creativity in times of Corona".
We received more than 250+ entries from all over India.
Winners of the competition are
The school Shifted online during the Coronavirus Pandemic. Our new session began from 3rd April 2020 and continued till 31st May 2020. To enhance the talent and skills of the students we also conducted compulsory activity classes for our students. They also learnt activities like Art, dance, music, and fitness. In these unprecedented times, teachers and parents are putting their best foot forward to uphold the value of education.
Heritage Girls School, Udaipur celebrated Graduation Day to applaud young enthusiastic learners of class XII for their commendable performance in the session 2019-20.
The occasion was graced by Mr. George Thomas. The ceremony was also attended by the parents of the students. The gathering was then addressed by the Principal highlighting the vision of the school. This was followed by a lamp lighting ceremony.
The most important part of the day was the felicitation of young graduates wherein the students dressed in Graduation robes and capes walked the stage. They were felicitated with certificates of graduation and trophies.
Heritage Girls School hosted its Fourth edition of the National Cooking Competition 2020 and National Amla Competition on the 27th & 28th of January 2020.
Renowned chefs like Chef Vicky Ratnani, Chef Mugdha Khare, and Chef Sanjeev Sharma were invited to judge the competition.
Girls between the age group of 9-16 from all over the country came to participate in this competition where there were 3 categories - Snacks, Curry and Desserts.
The winners were Mannat Valecha for Snacks, Priya Raiwal for Curry and Jumana Huzefa for Dessert.
The winner for the National Amla Competition was Anita Singhi.
It was an exciting competition where every participant presented their best dish and the winners took away a cash prize of 11,000 and a certificate as well cookery books.
Nidhi Kalal, a class 12th student of Heritage Girls School, Udaipur, utilized non-biodegradable materials to construct a road, which was acknowledged by the Ministry of Road Transport and she has also got patent of her innovation.
The road would utilize waste which would have been landfilled and would last longer than standard roads.
Heritage Girls School celebrated its 6th Annual Athletic meet today in the school ground. The celebration began with a lightening of sports torch and flag hoisting. The event followed by the March Past of the four Houses. Students participated in various athletic events and drill displays.
The Chief Guest was Capt Yashika Hatwal Tyagi ( Ex Army Officer ), Silver Medalist from OTA Officer Training who participated in Operation Rhino & Operation Vijay, a Mentor and a Career counselor.
The Chief Guest presented the trophies and the programme ended with the great festival of talent, skill and energy.
Heritage Girls School, Udaipur hosted its third edition of TEDxHeritageGirlsSchool on 9th of November 2019, at school campus.
In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group.
The theme was I for Ideas where 7 speakers across India shared their views, ideas and thoughts on different subjects.
TEDx Heritage Girls School Announces Speaker Line-up
[Udaipur, Rajasthan (India); 8/11/2019] – TEDxHeritageGirlsSchool will take place on 9th Nov. 2019 at Heritage Girls School, Ekling ji from 3:00PM to 7:00PM. The independently organized event, licensed by TED, will feature local and national voices and TED Talks videos under the theme of ‘I for an Idea’.
Launched in 2009, TEDx is program of locally organized events that bring the community together to share a TED-like experience. Some of the best talks from TEDx events have gone on to be featured on TED.com and garnered millions of views from audiences across the globe.
The theme for this year is ‘I’ for Ideas where ‘I’ stands for an individual i.e. the speaker and the second “I” represents the ideas and innovations that come from within a person.
Speakers at TEDx Heritage Girls School include:
The 6th Founder’s Day of The Heritage Girls School, Udaipur was celebrated on October 20th, 2019 with great fanfare the programme was presided over by Mr. Avijit Dutt.
Mr. Avijit Dutt is an Indian filmmaker, Actor, Theatre Director and communications consultant. He has launched childline India with UNICEF & National Human Rights Commission and runs an NGO helping in blood test in rural areas for almost 60,000 beneficiaries across 68 villages. Mr Dutt has played roles in Madras Cafe, Jolly LLB, Gandhi to Hitler to name a few and has done 75 plays in hindi, bengali and english.
The evening culminated in a memorable theatrical extravaganza entitled,`Sawadee Kha- To the Exotic Land of the White Elephant (Thailand)’.
The Heritage Girls School students participated in 64th State Level School Swimming Competition held at Kota, Rajasthan. Avni Jain bagged the gold medal in U-17 Relay 4 X 100 meters freestyle and Yashvi Kothari won the bronze medal in U-19 Relay 4 X 100 meters freestyle.
The Heritage Girls School basketball team bagged "Second Runner's Up" trophy in 64th District Basketball Championship. The school participated in U-19 and U-17 category. In both the categories team was the second runner up.
Heritage Girls School students participated in 64th District Level Sports Competition and bagged 8 gold, 3 silver and 8 Bronze medals in swimming. Avni Jain and Yashvi Kothari are selected for state level.
In lawn tennis district they performed exceptionally well and won
7 girls are selected for state-level competition under various categories. Misha Faldu, Pragya Jain and Diya Goyal in U-14. Daxita Mann and Soujanya Kasnia in U-17 and Mukti Garg and Pooja Patel in U-19.
The Investiture Ceremony of Heritage Girls School for the academic year 2019-20 was held on the 23rd of August 2019. The chief guest for the event was Ms Prem Dhande, the Deputy Superintendent of Police.
The function was commenced with the lighting of the lamp followed by cultural event. The chief guest, pinned the badges to the Council members along with the Principal. The Prefectorial Board took over the responsibility and pledge to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities.
The impressive programme was witnessed by the parents, students and staff of the school.
The ceremony concluded with the vote of thanks and wonderful speech by Chief Guest. It was a memorable day for Heritage Girls School.
Heritage Girls School has been featured in Forbes India's marquee edition - Great Indian Schools 2019 by Great Place to Study.
The Great Indian School 2019 is a special initiative by Great Place to study to showcase the country’s K12 education community.
The Heritage Girls School added another feather in the cap by this achievement. The school has excelled in creating diversity at the campus. They currently have students from 54 cities, 16 states and also Thailand.
Heritage Girls School’s Karate team stood 2nd in Inter-school Karate District Open Championship 2019. Harshita Choudhary, Nishi Gandhi, Sayeesha Kaul, Trusha Shrinath and Dimple Kanwar Champawat performed exceptionally well and bagged Gold medal. Kratika Dariyani, Shreya Madan, Eshika Anand, Mitali Sharda and Jigisha Mann won Silver medal. Saardrisha also won Bronze medal.
Heritage Girls School students participated in donation drive organised by Greensole with ONGC. The donation drive was held at Rajkiya Ucch Prathamic Vidhyalaya Mota Bhilwara, Rama village. The participants donated greensole footwears to the students of Rajkiya Ucch Prathamic Vidhyalaya.
The school is actively participating in donation drives from last 4 years with Greensole.
Heritage Girls School organised a session on ‘Communicate with Confidence’ by Mr. Craig Travasso. The session aimed to enhance the teacher’s communication and people skill. Mr Craig covered various topics like The Art of Storytelling, The power of Body language, Team activities and presentation, Overcoming fear of speaking in stage and Voice Modulation.
Mr Craig has been in the voice over business for the past 10 years on channels like Times Now, Mirror Now etc and has successfully completed more than 1000 voice overs in TV promos, corporate videos, audio books, podcasts, radio spots, etc.
The session was Interactive, engaging with several takeaways for the participants.
Heritage Girls School students participated in various sports categories and bagged 6 gold, 11 silver and 3 Bronze in PIE Olympics organised by Hindustan Zinc in collaboration with Rajasthan Patrika from 29th January to 2nd February 2019. The award ceremony was held yesterday for the same and the winners were felicitated by the Chief Guest.
Heritage Girls School, Udaipur's Karate team-Harshita Choudhary, Sayeesha Kaul, and Avisha Jain performed exceptionally well and bagged Gold medal and Trusha Shrinath won Silver medal for the same.
Harshita Choudhary, Sayeesha Kaul, and Avisha Jain are selected for states as well.
As always they made a mark by performing to the best of their capabilities and brought pride and honour to the school.
Nidhi Kalal of Heritage Girls School, Udaipur has been conferred the ‘Maharana Fateh Singh Award' for Academic achievement by Maharana Mewar Foundation. The award was presented by Shriji Arvind Singh Ji Mewar of Udaipur.
Heritage Girls School organised a session on ‘Strategies for Conflict Resolution’ by Master Trainer Prof Kishu L Daswani.
Professor Kishu Daswani has been teaching law at the Government Law College, Mumbai for over 25 years. He is the Faculty Advisor and responsible for publication of The Law Review, Government Law College.
Heritage Girls School held Graduation Ceremony for the 2018-2019 batch on 15th February 2019. The Chief Guest Ms. Nandita Singhal, CEO at Secure Meters and member of board of governors, Heritage Girls School graced the ceremony and in her commencement address she emphasised on the importance of learning throughout life. The students were bestowed with the certificates. Parents expressed joyful gratitude to the faculty and the management in moulding their wards as professionals in the course of study in institution.
Heritage Girls School’s students went on a week-long educational school trip to Sri Lanka. Students had an opportunity to journey beyond their country. This trip highlighted some important sights like Colombo, Kandy, Nuwara Eliya, and Bentota. They also attended an interactive session on the environmental study.
It was an exciting and rewarding journey for all.
Heritage Girls School, Udaipur hosted its second edition of [email protected] on 17th of November 2018, at school campus.
TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TED Talks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection.
The theme was Shifting Gears where 8 speakers across India shared their views, ideas and thoughts on different subjects.
5th Annual Athletic Meet!
Students participated in various athletic events and drill displays. The Chief Guest Sonika Hooda, 2nd runner up in Cadet World Wrestling Championship, Zagreb, 2018 and Cadet Asian Wrestling Championship, Taiwan, 2016 graced the occasion with her presence.
The evening culminated in a memorable theatrical extravaganza entitled,`Eternal Egypt-the Unfolding of the Mystique’ with honourable Chief Guest Gen Bipin Rawat, COAS.
Thanks to all parents, staff & special invitees to make it a grand success.
We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the panel of judges Chef Vernon Coelho, Chef Vicky Ratnani, Chef Salil Fadnis & Chef Mughda Khare for their constant support in upscaling the quality of National Cooking Competition 2019.
Thank You again for being the torchbearers for the upcoming generations.
Academic Exhibition 2018.
Consistent with the school’s concept to celebrate one country every year, the exhibition displayed and celebrated Egypt through various projects and artwork.
Heritage Girls School, Udaipur's dance team secured various positions in Inter School Dance Competition organized by Rajeev Surti Dance Factory & Rotary Panna.
Khushi Agarwal-1st position in senior solo dance, Saadrisha Roy-2nd position in junior solo dance.
Senior group of Purni Singh, Manisha Bapna, Krishna Upadhyay, Eshika Anand, Jhanvi Jain, Ishmeher Kaur, Kashish Devmurar, Moksha Rathore and Deeya Rathod won the 2nd position.
Heritage Girls School, Udaipur was adjudged Best Residential School at Udaipur School Awards-2019 organized by Aravali foundation in association with Animetor academy ,Daksh Auto & Renault Udaipur at Bhairav bagh on 24th january 2019.