Navy Children School, Delhi

Affiliated to CBSE.

On 19 October 23, NCS Delhi conducted the Annual Siddharth Kale Debate. This debate, open to students from grades 9 to 12, provided a platform for them to exchange views and hone their analytical thinking skills by integrating diverse ideas into a cohesive whole. The topic for this year's debate was- In the opinion of this house, the use of artificial intelligence in decision-making poses ethical concerns.
R ADM Sanjeev Kale (Retd) and Ms Smita Kale were the esteemed judges for the debate competition.
Kaayan (10 A) and Mahak (10 E) were adjudged as the best speakers for and against the motion respectively. Khushi (11 D) and Sana Vashisht (9 D) bagged the second position as speakers for and against the motion.
Aryan Shandilya (11E) was awarded the prize for the best interjector.
The prize winners were felicitated by Vice Chairman Cmde G Rambabu, Cmde NE and the guests of honour R Adm Sanjeev Kale (Retd) and Mrs Smita Kale.
The prize winners were felicitated by Vice Chairman Cmde G Rambabu, Cmde NE and the guests of honour R Adm Sanjeev Kale (Retd) and Mrs Smita Kale.
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To add to the glory of the day Navy Children School, Delhi, also conducted the Annual Siddharth Kale Debate on 1 December 2022. Students from classes 9-12 exchanged their views and developed their analytical thinking skills by synthesizing a variety of ideas into a meaningful whole. The topic for this year's debate was- This house believes that a Good Book Alone is Equal to a Hundred Good Friends.
Ms Kalpana Parmar and Mr Mihir Ranjan were the esteemed judges for the debate competition.
Tamanna Sharma (12A) and Aishani Sharma (9E) were adjudged as the best speakers for and against the motion respectively. Khushi (10 D) and Samrat Vashisht (12E) bagged the second position as speakers for and against the motion.
Ananya Mehrotra (9E) was awarded the prize for the best interjector.
The prize winners were felicitated by the chief guest, V ADM Suraj Berry (CPS) and the guest of Honor Mrs Kalpana Parmar.
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The annual Siddharth Kale Debate was conducted on March 16,2022, at Navy Children School, Delhi. The day witnessed a total of 29 speakers expressing their views for / against the topic:
*This house believes that Prevention by Severing the Chain is the Immediate Solution*
Mrs Smita Kale (Mother of Siddharth Kale) and Mr Tarun Singhal (Alumni, Navy Children School, Delhi) were the judges for the debate.
Trophy for the best speaker was bagged by Tamanna Sharma -11A, Simrah Ali- 11 C and Supriya Singh-12 E shared the first position as best speakers against the motion.
Samrat Vashisht -11 E, was the first runner-up speaker for the motion and Suhana Siddiqui was the first runner-up speaker against the motion. Shraddha Arun -10 D, won the prize for the best interjector.
Students spoke with great enthusiasm and stretched their mental legs out while debating over the topic of the day.
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The annual Siddharth Kale Debate was conducted on February 1, 2021, at Navy Children School, Delhi. The day witnessed a total of 21 speakers expressing their views for/against the topic:
*This house believes that social media has improved human communication* Dr. Mukta Katoch Arora and Mrs. Ritu Mehra (alumni of Navy Children School, New Delhi) were the judges for the debate.
Trophy for the best speaker was bagged by Tamanna Sharma(speaker against the motion) (10 D) and Kanishka Phogat speaker for the motion (12A ) Pratyush Singh (12C) received the first runner up trophy as the speaker against the motion and Drishika Sharma (11A) was the first runner-up speaker for the motion. Ashita Mathur (12A) won the prize for the best interjector.
Students spoke with great enthusiasm and stretched their mental legs out while debating over the topic of the day.
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The Navy Children School conducted the sixth edition of the Model United Nations on the 29th and 30th of August. Human Rights Council was simulated and seventeen bright delegates from schools across Delhi assembled to deliberate and discuss on the agenda- Eliminating Rascism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and other related intolerances.
The Executive Board opened session by guiding the students about the rules and regulations of the Committee. The session began with the General Speakers’ List followed by the unmoderated and moderated Caucus. Various motions were raised including the impact of Education on rascism, the impact of rascism on discriminated groups with special emphasis on women and children and the impact of rascism on migrants. All the topics were discussed in- depth and concrete solutions were arrived upon.
The Committee was then asked to create a Draft Resolution. Although there were clashing opinions, the delegates put forward factual arguments and the committee was deemed successful.
Soon after the valedictory function was attended by the Principal, Mrs. Oshima Mathur, who felicitated the delegates with prizes. Overall, the session proved fruitful and enlightening for everyone.
Aarti Ashwin
(Member of the International Press)
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