Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46 Gurugram

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Education serves a purpose beyond just increasing literacy and theoretical knowledge. The overarching objectives of education are to shape a child’s mind, character, and physical development so that they may apply what they learn to advance both themselves and society. The conviction that every child has boundless potential that can be utilized to open up infinite possibilities for them is the inspiration behind “MRIS.” By encouraging our children to reach their full academic, social, emotional, artistic, physical, and spiritual potential, we aim to provide them with holistic growth, experience, and education..…… Read More.

Achievements @ MRIS Gurugram Sector 46

We’re thrilled to announce a momentous achievement by our brilliant students at MRIS 46! Reyansh Vig (Grade 7), Advith Prakash (Grade 7), and Aditya Malpani (Grade 8) showcased their exceptional scientific acumen in the MacMillan Budding Scientist Competition, organized in collaboration with IIT Delhi.

Their project, “Net Zero Home,” ingeniously tackles real-life challenges through innovative solutions. After successfully navigating through the rigorous online round of 4000+ entries, they presented their project at IIT Delhi, impressing a distinguished jury comprising experts from academia, industry, and government.

We’re immensely proud to share that our students clinched the coveted first prize in the north zone! Alongside certificates of achievement and a winner’s trophy, they were awarded Lego kits. Their innovation and passion have secured them a spot in the nationals to be held in March and we wish them good luck for the next level.

This remarkable triumph underscores MRIS 46’s commitment to nurturing young minds and fostering a culture of scientific inquiry. Congratulations to Reyansh, Advith, Aditya, and their mentors for this outstanding accomplishment!

Aavishkaar Makeathon is a celebration of science and technology where students are at the forefront of innovation and are inspired to explore their passion and showcase their dream ideas.

Our brilliant students have emerged victorious at the Aavishkaar Makeathon 2023-24, sweeping awards in all categories and clinching the coveted Overall Championship! Their passion for science and technology has not only brought honor to our school but has also showcased their incredible talent and innovative spirit.

In the junior category, Chirag Baweja of Grade VI won the second prize for his project that automatically measure AQI and the team Wishers comprising of Rishit Sharma and Pranshu Arora of Grade VI won third prize for their project ‘Electric Crane with magnetic trash separator’.

In the middle category, Advith Prakash and Reyansh Vig of Grade VII, won the first prize for their project ‘Net Zero Home’. The project ‘Walk and Charge’ designed by Srijit De, Pranshu Jain, Daksh Dhaniya and Anand Kumar won the second prize.

In the senior category, a Spectroscope to detect fake currency designed by Ahana Oberoi and Gunsheen Kaur of Grade IX won the first prize. They were also awarded with Overall Championship Trophy and laptops for their innovative design. The second prize was also won by our school team comprising of Kashvi Soni and Shreya Mahesh Iyer of Grade X for their project ‘Restoring Voice’.

The list of awards continues as Chirag Baweja also won the Best Presentation Award in the junior category. Liquid Tree designed by Grade X students-Harshita Singh, Ipshita Ganguly and Advika Sahay was declared as Makeathon Star Project.

MRIS-46 was adjudged as Stellar School for maximum participation!

Congratulations to each student, their dedicated teachers, and our supportive school community. Your hard work, creativity, and commitment to excellence have truly shone through.

Let’s celebrate this outstanding achievement and continue to inspire more dreams and innovations in the future!

Latest @ MRIS Gurugram Sector 46

The Third Edition of Kala Sanyojan hosted at Manav Rachna International School, Sector 46, Gurugram, witnessed a diverse array of artworks, from stunning paintings and intricate sculptures to innovative mixed-media creations, each telling a unique story, infused with the vibrant hues of imagination.

The event was graced by distinguished artist Mr. Jiten Hazarika, who is celebrated for his figurative abstracts. His knowledge of philosophical art forms and Sanskrit literature left the audience spellbound.

The artistic alley buzzed with enthusiasm as parents and students discovered their innate potential, exploring the different art forms and uncovering their creativity followed by enthralling dance performances by students of Early Years, each moment was a memory in the making.

Amidst the colourful canvases and lively atmosphere, the dedication and talent of our students and staff shone brightly, earning heartfelt appreciation from everyone.

Let’s continue to paint our world with strokes of imagination and growth!

“We dream of a Digital India where cyber security becomes an integral part of our National Security.”

Taking cognizance of the issue of cyber-crime which has magnified into a national concern, MRIS-46 conducted an enriching and informative workshop on CYBER SECURITY for the students of Middle School. Conducted by Mr. Puneet Omar from KPMG Software, the students were apprised about cyber ethics, etiquettes, digital footprints and cyber harassments. Understanding the significance of digital footprints, several tips on privacy settings and safe practices were shared for a safer browsing. The purpose of the workshop was to make the students aware about the online threats faced due to an increase in time spent online. A few scenarios were discussed to highlight how to react when a situation related to Cyber security arises. Moreover, the workshop educated the students about protective measures to adopt to remain safe in this virtual world and where to report such cases.

The session was indeed enlightening as the students understood that- Security can be an inconvenience sometime, but now it’s a necessity all the time.