Exhibition & Book Fair At The Asian Acres

Exhibition & Book Fair At The Asian Acres

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The Founder’s Day Celebrations started at 11:00 am on 21 st October 2022 with the
inauguration of the Subject Exhibitions put up by the various departments of The Asian
School. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Ms. Srishti Marwah who hails from Dehradun
and is a professional makeup artist. She has a degree in German honours from Delhi College
of Arts and Commerce. She is also actively involved in social and charity work and the
Director, Ms. Vartika Sah Juneja who is a part of the management of the Asian School and is
involved in the academics. She is a Chartered Accountant by qualification and has 7 years of
work experience working in Taxation with EY and Price water house Coopers, was the Guest
of Honour.
The exhibits were based on the theme ‘Utsav’, 75 Years of Independence. There were
unparalleled displays from each department, one better than the other. The Art and Craft
department exhibited bamboo craft and clay models – structure of the Kedarnath temple, the
Titanic and many more were carved out of bamboo. The art department reflected changes in
the living standard of villages, transformation from traditional to contemporary and Mandala
art. The English language department glorified post independence Indian authors and there
was enactment, elocution and declamation by the students and display of handmade
sketches of the authors. Another major attraction was the Lippan Art and portrayal of the
work of eminent Indian artists and the journey of painting after the independence by the
Painting department.
Commerce exhibition spoke loud about FASTAG and before and after GST, the science
department brought forth amazing working models – of chemical snow and distillation of
water in Chemistry: progress in the field of reproductive health, medical technology, organic
farming etc in Biology: and smart stick for the blind, hydraulic lift, rain detecting granary etc in
Physics. Mathematics department not lagging behind showcased geometric city and
applications of geometry. The Humanities department worked on the nation from
colonization to post independence to progress past independence. The IT people boasted of
satellite transmission, topologies and radars etc.
On the other hand the juniors caught the attention through street plays, rap songs, depicting
evolution of India since Independence in EVS and tastefully using waste and jute to make
flower pots, vases etc. accompanied by drawings on India folk art and Diwali.
The exhibition was open for parents and students. The guests expressed joy and took keen
interest in the exhibition. Also present on the occasion were Vice President, The Asian School

  • Mr. Madanjeet Singh , Director ,The Asian School -Mr. Gaganjot Juneja, Director Acdemics –
    Mr. A.V.D. Thapliyal, Special Guest – Col.Sumit Datta, Principal – Ms. Ruchi Pradhan Datta ,Head
    Senior School – Mr. Mukesh Nangia ,Dy. Head Junior School – Ms. Surabhi Narula, parents ,
    students and the entire staff. The exhibits were a reflection of creativity, hard work and
    dedication of the teachers and students. The informative and attractive exhibits were whole
    heartedly appreciated by all.