Sparks of innovation are ignited in the minds of children for making them self styled professionals of the future. NVN provides creative clubs for developing the creative abilities of its students. Talent is identified, encouraged and promoted through a range of activities throughout the year.

Clubs infuses the instincts of leadership, teamwork, coordination, enhanced interactions.

 

COGNIZANT CLUB

Interest can be created but nurturing interest is a tough task. The task is accomplished in a more joyous way with Cognizant Club, formerly known as Interactive Club. It is an initiative towards giving awareness and exposure to the arena where student’s interest lies.

It help the students to excel in their field of interest and make their enthusiasm turn into passion.

 

QUIZ CLUB

Knowledge on what is going around is as important as academics for every child to compete in the world of education. Quiz club drags the child’s eye to the world other than books. Infusing competitive spirits increases the quest to know the what, why,where,when,who and how.

The main motive of this club is to cater the need of knowledge based inter-school activities. The selection of the students will be purely based on Screening Test conducted

 The selected students will be given sessions on:  

 
  • General Awareness & Sports
  • Aptitude and Reasoning Ability
  • Historical and Geographical data
  • Scientific data

Activities:

  • Picture Identification
  • Buzzer round
  • Rapid fire rounds.

Rules and Regulations:

  • Only the selected students of VI and VII classes (both CBSE and State) are supposed to take part in club activity.
  • Club activity will be conducted once in a week i.e., every Wednesday from 4 pm to 5 pm.
  • In this club, students will be grouped into two teams. One team under Mathematics and the other under Science. These teams will alter their departments every week.
  • Every club will have in charges along with the assistant teachers and will be conducted in the classes allotted for them.
  • Club in charges are supposed to give team wise performances in the school website on monthly basis. HOD will generally be club in-charges.

 

CITIZENS CLUB

This club is all about an interactive social activity where the students are involved in the welfare of the society.Activities through this club carves a student into a citizen. It helps in develop the qualities like civic sense, social responsibility. Connect the student to the societal living. Keep up the spirit of national integrity.

Activities:

  • Understanding societal problems like Parking problems, garbage problems, playground problems, noise pollution etc.
  • Debating on Social issues.
  • Visiting hospitals, Old Homes and orphanages etc.
  • Visiting business establishments and interacting with community helpers.

Rules and Regulations:

  • Only the students of VI and VII classes (both CBSE and State) are supposed to take part in club activity.
  • Club activity will be conducted once in a week i.e., every Wednesday from 4 pm to 5 pm.
  • Group 'C' students will not be allowed to participate in the club activity; they will be retained in the class for study period.
  • In every club, students should be grouped as teams. Every team should be a blend of intelligent, above average and average students.
  • Every club will have in charges along with the assistant teachers and will be conducted in the classes allotted for them.
  • Club in charges are supposed to give some projects / assignments to the teams, and the best project from each respective club will be uploaded in the school website on monthly basis. HOD will generally be Club in charges.

 

LITERATURE CLUB

"School is about practicing to wrap one's mind around real and complex ideas, those of fundamental consequence for oneself and for the culture." 

Each week children meet with trained teachers in small groups to tussle with a piece of literature. They learn to think about an author's purpose, to develop questions which can be approached from multiple perspectives, and to value the richness of the group's thinking.

Activities:

  • Skit Play: A short play is usually performed in a more informal setting like club meeting or a classroom.
  • Dramatization: Drama is a specific mode of fiction represented in performance.
  • Play Writing: If you have a great imagination and if you think you would enjoy telling stories through dialogue, physical interaction and symbolism then you should really try your hand in Play writing.
  • Word list: Enriching the vocabulary of the students. Wordlist brings you a mini glossary of modest words.
  • Creative Writing: Creative writing is considered to be any writing, fiction, poetry or non fiction that goes outside the bounds of normal professionals, journalistic, academic, and technical forms of literature.
  • Group Discussions: It is a methodology to gauge whether the candidate has certain personality traits or skills that is desired in its members. In this, the group of students is given a topic or a situation, given a few minutes to think about the same and then asked to discuss it among themselves for 15 to 20 minutes.

Rules and Regulations:

  • Only the students of VI and VII classes (both CBSE and State) are supposed to take part in club activity.
  • Club activity will be conducted once in a week i.e. every Wednesday from 4 pm to 5 pm.
  • Group 'C' students will not be allowed to participate in the club activity; they will be retained in the class for study period.
  • In every club, students should be grouped as teams. Every team should be a blend of intelligent, above average and average students.
  • Every club will have in charges along with the assistant teachers and will be conducted in the classes allotted for them.
  • Club in charges are supposed to give some projects / assignments to the teams, and the best project from each respective club will be uploaded in the school website on monthly basis. HOD will generally be Club in charges.

 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CLUB

Computers are an ever ending exciting subject to learn. Computer education is as prominent as learning alphabets to start learning process in this computer era. Every student needs the knowledge of computer, as internet and computers playing a role of global book. NVN breaks the boundaries to learn and explore. Students willing to learn more about computers are welcomed with an opportunity.

Designed to prepare students with skills for advancement in information technology career paths. Introduction to Information Technology will consist of three sections including

1. Computer Hardware and Operating systems   

2. Network Architecture

3. Web Design

Students will gain introductory knowledge of computer systems, components, and operating systems. Students will learn the fundamentals of computer networking: determining system requirements, setting up equipment, and performing installation for end users. Focused on website development basics including how to design and publish websites using site development applications and advanced multimedia technologies.

 

  • Computer Hardware

 

In this course, we will take an in depth look at some advanced computer maintenance concepts and techniques. We will examine theoretical concepts that make the world of technology unique. Also, this course will adopt a practical hands-on approach when examining PC development techniques. Along with examining different troubleshooting strategies, this course will explore the advancement of technological development, as well as, timeless problem-solving strategies.

 

  • Operating System

The goal of this course is to provide a thorough, step-by-step process for learning the fundamentals of supporting and troubleshooting computer operating systems. This course covers a wide range of material about operating systems using different Windows operating systems to demonstrating how the boot process works, as well as installing, supporting, and troubleshooting different Windows operating systems.

The course begins with a general overview of how software and hardware actually relate to each other on a computer. Other topics include supporting hard drives from a software point of view, supporting and troubleshooting Windows on networks and the Internet. The course takes a hands-on approach to learning the steps to installing, troubleshooting and supporting the most common operating systems in use on the personal computer.

In addition to explaining concepts, the course uses a multitude of real world examples of problems and issues related to operating systems.

  • Web Design

Web Design teaches how to design and publish websites. General topics include website development basics. In this Web Design club will teach you HTML, HTML 5, and Cascading Stylesheets (CSS). It is aimed at complete beginners to the subject, and assumes you have no knowledge of creating web pages

         Rules and Regulations:

  • Only the students of VI and VII classes (both CBSE and state) are supposed to take part in club activity. Classes VIII, IX and X are exempted from it.
  • Club activity will be conducted once in a week i.e., every Wednesday from 4 pm to 5 pm (Study period 2).
  • Group C students will not be allowed to participate in the club activity; they will be retained in the class for study period.
  • In every club, students should be grouped as teams. Every team should be a blend of intelligent, above average and average students.
  • Every club will have in-charges along with the assistant teachers and will be conducted in the classes allotted for them.
  • Club in charges are supposed to give some projects / assignments to the teams, and the best project from each respective club will be uploaded in the school website on monthly basis. HOD will generally be Club in charges.

 

NATURE CLUB

A nature club is a group of young people, generating effective awareness on environmental issues  through a collective effort of the members. Nature Clubs are initiatives towards pitching conservation efforts at societal level, which would have direct bearings upon decisions that we make as individuals and members of the society, in the interest of an environment of which we all form different parts.

In order to create interest and awareness about nature conservation and environment protection, the Nature Club carries out a lot of activities such as visiting National Parks and Sanctuaries to make environmental education more meaningful

Activities:

  1)Outdoor Activities:

Camping:  Camping activity is beneficial for many reasons. Apart from a self esteem, confidence and social skill building activity, it also helps one appreciate ‘Adaptive Living’ i.e. living in harmony with others & nature. It inculcates an awareness of the environment and the problems of protecting it. The camp also imparts basic knowledge and understanding of the immediate surroundings and its interrelationship with human beings. It tries to make the participants understand that all form of life has an important role in maintaining ecological balance.
Nature Trails: Nature Trails are an attempt to provide a break to the city dwellers from their ordinarily hectic daily lives and introduce them to the natural beauty, peace and serenity that nature has to offer. A manageable time period like half a day or so is taken out to visit a nearby area where natural flora and fauna can be observed. It proves to participants the importance of nature and the proximity man should share with it.

  2)Indoor Activities:

Competitions: Various indoor competitions are organized like poster presentation, drawing, painting, essay writing, slogan writing, quiz, elocution, etc. so that the message can be put across in a fashion most favorable to the young ones.
Lectures / Seminars: In order to facilitate the awareness, lectures on current topics of concern to be encouraged. Topics like ecotourism and environment are such issues that arouse curiosity and have been in news of late.

Rules and Regulations:

  • Only the students of VI and VII classes (both CBSE and State) are supposed to take part in club activity. Classes VIII, IX and X are exempted from it.
  • Club activity will be conducted once in a week i.e. every Wednesday from 4 pm to 5 pm.
  • Group C students will not be allowed to participate in the club activity; they will be retained in the class for study period.
  • In every club, students should be grouped as teams. Every team should be a blend of intelligent, above average and average students.
  • Every club will have in charges along with the assistant teachers and will be conducted in the classes allotted for them.
  • Club In charges are supposed to give some projects / assignments to the teams, and the best project from each respective club will be uploaded in the school website on monthly basis.

 

HOBBY CLUB

Hobbies are not only stress busters but the activities which inculcate creativity and passion towards the likes and interests.

To bring about all round development in a student, we intend starting Hobby Clubs. This club is organized thrice in a week between 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. (for Classes III to V) and 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. (for classes VI to IX). 

The students of Classes III to IX can enroll themselves in any one of these clubs. All these clubs are on monthly payment basis. Conveyance arrangements are to be made accordingly. School buses will not be available at 6 p.m.

Clubs

Days

Cricket & Karate

Mon, Wed and Fri

Roller Skating

Tue, Thu and Sat 
(Only Saturday 1.30pm to 2.30pm)

Music (Instrumental & Vocal)

Mon, Wed and Fri

Dance (Classical & Western)

 Tue, Thu and Fri

Time Table for Hobby Clubs