Number Of Visitors

About Me

Indore, 5 Manik Bagh Road Pin Code :- 452014 Madhya Pradesh, Phone:0731 247 5252, India

Select Date

Powered by Blogger.

Global Cartoon Making Contest Organised by Choithram School


Global Cartoon Making Contest Organised by Goode Earth Enterprise of Choithram School

Choithram School's business enterprise, Good Earth, run under the aegis of School Enterprise Challenge, UK conducted an online Global Cartoon Making Contest for the students of grade 8 to 12 on the topic ‘The World From the Eyes of Our Speechless Friends During COVID-19 Period’, where Speechless Friends referred to animals / birds / trees.
The event witnessed participation of 47 schools from nine countries – 36 schools of India, 3 schools of Lebanon, 2 schools of Nepal and one school each of Argentina, Egypt, Romania, South Korea, Sri Lanka and Taiwan.  The participants were given two weeks' time to send their submissions by July 01, 2020. The entries saw a creative amalgamation of art, skill and ideas, with thought provoking content in the speech bubbles. Students depicted diverse interpretations of the topic, ranging from a 'Human Zoo' to animals ruling the Earth during COVID-19, giving humorous effect while at the same time adding a new dimension to the sentiments of the speechless friends. The best three presentations were announced on July 12, 2020 on the School Facebook page, Good Earth Choithram School Facebook page and Good Earth Instagram page.
Submissions of Sudiksha Singh Rathore of Sunbeam School, Varanasi, India,  Inika Babbar of Indraprastha International School, Dwarka, India and Yashaswini Joshi of Choithram School, Indore, India were adjudged as the best presentations and received certificates of Best Presentation. All participants received certificates of participation.

Names of Participating Schools

                                 Submission of Sudiksha Singh Rathore of Sunbeam School, Varanasi, India



                     Submission of Inika Babbar of Indraprastha International School, Dwarka, India


Submission of Yashaswini Joshi of Choithram School, Indore, India






Meeting of Business Team with School Principal


Meeting Of Business Team With School Principal

Members of the business team of the enterprise met School Principal Mr. Rajesh Awasthi via Google Meet on Sunday, June 21, 2020. While providing insight about organisation of E-Summit, he gave them valuable tips that an idea should be creative and innovative, should address the need and problem in the society as well as create a need in the society. The students also discussed about what type of fundraising events they could organise during this pandemic.








Working on Something Exciting with Teach a Man to Fish Team, UK

Working on Something Exciting with Teach a Man to Fish Team, UK
Working on something new and exciting with Teach a Man to Fish, UK team again on June 18, 2020:
That's Raminder Mac, Lead Teacher of Good Earth, Dhruvi Nagpal (General Manager of Good Earth), Nandini Bhachawat (Head of Media Relations Dept, Good Earth), Charvi Gangwani (member of Media Relations Dept) with Christophe Walder, Programme Officer, School Enterprise Challenge team, UK, Hannah Gooding and Gio.





Session Taken by Dhruvi Nagpal - Related to Organization of E-Summit


SESSION TAKEN BY DHRUVI NAGPAL - RELATED TO ORGANIZATION OF  E-SUMMIT

Dhruvi Nagpal, General Manager of the enterprise conducted a session on June 13, 2020 related to organization of Inter School E-Summit. 27 members of the business team of grade 10, 11 and 12 participated in the discussion related to theme of the Summit and various activities that could be a part of this two day event.



Global Online Discussion on the Occasion of World Environment Day


Global Online Discussion Organised by Choithram School on the Occasion of World Environment Day

Good Earth, the business enterprise of Choithram School organised Global Online Discussion on the occasion of World Environment Day on Friday, June 05, 2020 wherein 26 students from 15 countries (USA, England, Argentina, Germany, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Lebanon, Indonesia, Oman, UAE, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Nepal and India) expressed their views on the topic, 'COVID-19: An Environmental Crisis or Opportunity’.

 The event took place in two rounds, with the objective to provide an international platform to collaborate and adopt a pragmatic approach towards the extant pandemic. The panelists elucidated the crisis, critically expounded the economic hardships currently being faced, and possible difficulties for transition to a green economy. But a major part of the discussion was suffused with compassion and concern to bring sustainability and environmental planning after the lockdown gets over. The symposium also witnessed the idea that this was the time to embrace 'positive thinking' rather than 'tragic suffering', to find our lost souls stuck in the maze of corruption and greed, the time to reflect, introspect and respect our environment.

The deliberation concluded with positive feedback from various spectator teachers who regarded the youth speakers as the harbingers of a united future where the environment doesn't need protection and appreciated the problem-solving skills embedded in each individual.














Working on Something Exciting with Teach a Man to Fish Team, UK



                       Working on Something Exciting With Teach a Man to Fish Team, UK

Working on something new and exciting with Teach a Man to Fish, UK team:
That's Raminder Mac, Lead Teacher of Good Earth,  Dhruvi Nagpal (General Manager of Good Earth), Nandini Bhachawat (Head of Media Relations Dept, Good Earth), Charvi Gangwani (member of Media Relations Dept) with Christophe Walder, Programme Officer, School Enterprise Challenge team, UK, Hannah Gooding and Gio.



Session Taken by Dhruvi Nagpal - Related to Answers of Business Idea


SESSION TAKEN BY DHRUVI NAGPAL - RELATED TO DISCUSSION OF ANSWERS OF THE BUSINESS IDEA TEMPLATE (GOLD LEVEL)

Dhruvi Nagpal, General Manager of the enterprise conducted a session related to discussion of answers of the Business Idea Template (Gold Level) on May 31, 2020. 32 members of the business team of grade 10, 11 and 12 participated in the brainstorming session, putting forth their views enthusiastically. Ms. Raminder Mac also provided inputs during the discussion.






- Copyright © CHOITHRAM SCHOOL, MANIK BAGH, INDORE (INDIA) - - Powered by - Designed by Choithram School -