10th YRoNS Conference at Norway

Eeshna Gupta from school along with nine other students from Amity Group of Schools participated in the 10th International Conference, Young Researchers in Natural Science (YRoNS) held at Arendal Videregaende Skole, Norway from April 24- 28, 2017. The theme for this year’s coveted symposium ‘Energy for the future’, was organised under the aegis of Amity Educational Resource Centre (AERC). Team Amity India gave presentations on topics such as Battery Mould, Hydrogen Fuel Cells, Algae on urban walls, Green Electricity, Conservation, Biofuel production by algae treatment, etc. which were highly appreciated by the International audience for their innovative matter and research.

Students with their certificates and medals
Jyoti Arora, Director, AERC being felicitated Amitians at YRoNS Conference, Norway
Students enjoy a day out at Norway Students with Jyoti Arora, Director, AERC
Children give presentation Students present cultural programme at the conference
Giving Indian flavours at Norway Students at Science center, Norway

Karate Champ

A proud moment for Amity Saket and India – Our Karate Champ Karanvir Chaoudhary won a Bronze at The World School Games held on 13th July,2016 In Turkey

Asia Pacific Conference for Young Scientists

The school bagged 3 Gold, 1 Silver and 9 Bronze medals at the Asia Pacific Conference for Young Scientists (APCYS 2016). The 5th edition of the conference organized from July 14-16, 2016 for students from Class VI to XII was hosted in India for the first time at Amity University Manesar campus. The conference saw some of the best minds and scientific talents from more than 20 countries across the Asia and Pacific showcase research by students in the area of Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Environmental Science and Life Science. Out 40 projects presented from India, 24 projects belonged to Amity Group of Schools. The Asia Pacific Conference of Young Scientists (APCYS) is the Asian chapter of the globally renowned Centre for Young Scientists (CYS) and has played crucial role in exposing young students to International science standards

Projects 'Techo Bottles' and Brain booster capsules' that bagged 2 Bronze and 1Gold, 1 Silver respectively

The team won a silver medal for their project 'Vernut, a herbal handwash'

The team won Bronze medal for best poster on the topic 'Improved Devanagari OCR'

ZAMUN

Tushti Sharma of Class VIII participated in an international MUN held at Zilina,Slovakia from 22nd April to 25th April.She was a part of delegation of 8 students from various branches of Amity schools.They were accompanied by Mrs. Divya Bhatia, Principal Amity, Saket

Opening ceremony zamun slovakia. Amitians with his Excellency Mr paramjit Mann. Ambassador of India to slovakia

Visit to the UN Convention Centre Vienna

Walk through the beautiful city center Zelina,Slovakia

United Space School Programme

Sanjana Singh, class XI student of Amity International School Saket, has been selected as one amongst three students chosen from across the country to represent India at United Space School, Texas, NASA, USA for the United Space School Programme. She will take part in a two week programme in summer 2016 during which she will get an opportunity to work on different projects based on Space Science (NASA) as well as interact with astronauts of repute.

The opportunity extended by Dr. (Mrs.) Amita Chauhan, Chairperson, Amity Group of Schools and RBEF aims to nurture global leaders. As a prelude to this prestigious win, the first round of the competition had about 85000 students from 143 schools take part in an Essay explaining their interest in Space and why they were suited for the programme. This was followed by a written test and finally a skype interview by the Foundation for International Space Education Board of Directors. School principal Divya Bhatia shared that participating in projects as this will mark a revolution in Space Science.

International Achievement

Amity Saket team comprising of Shyam Rajgarhia, Tanya Chauhan, Chayan Dhall, Saloni Rastogi, Vishwanath Raheja, Radhika Ahuja and Siddhant Puri were among 12 finalists from all over the world selected to represent Amity in K@WHS and Aberdeen Asset management
 
Team advisor Monica Thareja with Shyam rajgarhia and Chayan Dhall at Wharton University
 

World Scholar's Cup

The regional round of World Scholar's Cup was held at Amity International School, Noida and Amity University, Noida. World Scholar's Cup is a program for students of age 11-18 years, around the globe. It is an opportunity to showcase as well as improve one's skills at public speaking, writing and quizzing. The students participated in Team Debate, Scholar's Bowl, Collaborative Writing and Scholar's Challenge. Amity International School, Saket participated enthusiastically and bagged over 30 medals and various trophies. 8 teams qualified for the Global Round that is to be held at Kuala Lumpur.

 
Winning Team at World Scholar's Cup   World Scholar’s cup finalists at YALE finals
 
Chirag Sethi and Animesh Jha qualified the global round and participated in the YALE finals in USA.
 

ODYSSEY OF MIND

Three groups from Amity International School Saket represented India for Odyssey of the Mind 2014, Slovakia. One group of 7 students bagged the third Prize.

The event provides excellent opportunity to the students to mingle with children from other nationalities, work with them and learn about their country, culture etc. Above all, it teaches to overcome the problem of language barriers. It was a memorable moment for all the students and teachers attending the prestigious Euro fest at Slovakia which was dubbed as the International Festival of creativity. There were 90 teams from 16 countries participating in the event. It was a grand celebration of creativity and international teamwork.

Students representing India for Odyssey of the Mind at Slovakia   Amity Saket group at Slovakia
 

IAYP

The International Award for young people organised a two day workshop for teachers and guides on October 16 and 17, 2014. Two teachers from Amity International School, Saket attended this workshop. The Award is about experiential learning, through individual challenges. The programme is non-competitive and anyone with perseverance and enterprise, including the differently abled, can enroll for the award. Young people choose activities that are appropriate to their environment and best suited to their own personal interest and talents.

IAYP workshop hosted by Mr Kapil Bhalla, national director of IAYP and Bivujit Mukhoty, programme manager for IAYP