News and Events

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Students visited to see the conservation on contemporary architecture curated by Ms. Rupali Gupta and Mr. Prasad Shetty of Jawahar Kala Kendra, Jaipur.

Principals' Summit and Teachers' Excellence Award - 2018

Ms. Pramendra Khangarot, our Activity Incharge is awarded for her commendable leadership and guidance to the young minds of our country at Principals' Summit and Teachers' Excellence Awards 2018 held at Manipal University Jaipur on Feb 09, 2018.

Ms. Meenakshi Rathore is awarded the best Art teacher in Jaipur.

Our art department HOD, Ms. Meenakshi Rathore is awarded the best art teacher in Jaipur city 2017-18 by the Arch Academy.

MGDians Performed classical dances and singing at Albert Hall, to encourage Indian Culture and heritage in an event organised by Department of Archaeology

"Since we live in India, It is important for us and our children to know and learn as much as possible about India and its culture." Keeping this thought in mind our students performed various forms of classical dance and singing at Albert Hall on 07/02/2018. This event was organised by Archaeology Department of Jaipur for encouraging our rich and prosperous culture and heritage.

Ms. Lutter's birth anniversary-2018

" The Key to Student Success is a Great School, And the key to a great school is a Great Principal." School observed Ms. Lilian G. Lutter's birth anniversary on 6 February 2018 with remembrance assembly addressed by Ms Rita Nayyar of Batch-1970 and prayers at the Quiet Corner.

Sahodaya Fest 2018

On 1 February 2018, MGD hosted Sahodaya Fest 2018 for students of classes 1 to 5, conducted by Ms Kritika Rathore and Ms Brijminder Kaur. In this event students were shown a PowerPoint presentation on the work of renowned abstract expressionist artist Jackson Pollock followed by a discussion. Then they painted and expressed themselves through colour strokes on the canvas provided to them.

Launch of the book 'Chote Haath Badi Baat' at Jaipur Literature Festival.

Launch of the book 'Chote Haath Badi Baat' at Jaipur Literature Festival.

Congratulations Monika Saini, Vaishnavi Saxena & Nandita Garg who were selected to take the stage and to read their works during the launch of the children's book "Chhote Haath Badi Baat" on 25.01.2018 at Baithak Hall, Hotel Diggi Palace.

Dr Rashmi Pareek at a Symposium on 'Climate Change in Rajasthan and its implications'

Dr Rashmi Pareek was invited by Prof H.S Sharma, famous Geomorphologist and Geographer, to attend a Symposium on 'Climate Change in Rajasthan and Its Implications' organised by Geography Department Parishkar college and CHEC India.