In an effort to inculcate scientific temperament and encourage research & innovation amongst children, as envisaged by Chairperson Dr. (Mrs) Amita Chauhan, the school organises Amity Children Science Congress titled Vasudha and Mathamity every alternate year. Under this initiative, children are encouraged to prepare small do-able projects in Science and Maths. The shortlisted projects are then sent for various national and international forums namely National Children Science Congress (NCSC), Initiatives for Research and Innovation in Science (IRIS), CSIR exhibitions and so on.

Project based, hands-on learning in Vasudha

With the aim of cultivating scientific temper, spirit of innovation and enquiry, the school organizes 'Vasudha' - an inter Amity Science exhibition, which provides a platform to the young students to come out with research based, innovative projects under the aegis of Amity’s Children Science Foundation (ACSF), to encourage students to explore, experiment and innovate.

The Vasudha exhibition for the school on the theme 'Weather and Climate' was held on July 19, 2014 where each section presented varied sub themes as climatic zones, methods of predicting weather, water cycle, global warming and weather phenomenon, to name a few. The innovative projects displayed were judged by a panel of eminent scientists.

In order to make Mathematics interesting and exciting, the school organises 'Mathamity' - an Inter Amity event, every alternate year. It is a unique, math based competition wherein students make theme based projects in groups and showcase them in innovative ways. The event is research based and correlated with real life, rather than learning from text books. Challenging themes like 'Math in nature', 'Math in the kitchen’, etc, stimulate the grey cells of the students and encourage them to think out of the box. Students develop projects based on the relevant themes, which are judged by a panel of expert.
Amitians presenting various innovative Math Amity. Unleasing creativity, giving wings to imagination & igniting their minds.

Heritage Quiz

As a part of Heritage Education, every year the school identifies three states/UTs and celebrates their rich and diverse heritage. Various activities are organized through the year under the guidance of Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan, where children are encouraged to learn about the selected state’s people, culture, lifestyle, art & craft, music, dance, costumes, fairs and festivals, languages, religions, rituals, cuisine, etc. The highlights are colourful display boards, inter-section quiz, food festivals, etc. The yearlong celebrations conclude with Inter Amity Heritage Quiz hosted by AIS Saket.

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Inter Amity Heritage Quiz

January 30, 2018
The school won first prize in the junior and third prize in the middle category in the Inter Amity Heritage quiz hosted by renowned anchor Aditya Nath Mubai from Quizcraft. The quiz was conducted in three categories as junior, middle and senior comprising topics based on the rivers of India i.e. Ganga, Yamuna, Brahmaputra, Kaveri and Narmada. School Principal Arti Chopra congratulated and appreciated the students for their efforts.
Students with their certificates along with school Principal

Mental Math Quiz

Mental Math Quiz is an ongoing annual project initiated by Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan that aims to nurture young mathematicians by enhancing the mathematical proficiency of students from class I to X. The competitions held at different levels i.e intra class, intra section and then inter school rekindle interest in mathematical tables, enable students to calculate without paper and pen besides developing better reasoning and logical skills.

Making-A-Newspaper Contest : GT Awards

The annual Inter Amity GT Making a Newspaper Contest introduced by Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan and organized by The Global Times, introduces the school students to the different nuances of journalism in a competitive atmosphere. Under this programme, every school prepares one complete edition of the newspaper from the stage of conceptualization to finalizing the designing, layouts and editing. The competition, judged by experts from the media industry, concludes with GT Awards.

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GT Awards 2013-14

The school was at its creative best in the competition, as it bagged the 'First Runners Up' trophy in the Best Design category at the GT Awards held in August 2014, for the academic session 2013-14.

The school was at its creative best in the competition, as it bagged the 'First Runners Up' trophy in the Best Design category at the GT Awards held in August 2014, for the academic session 2013-14.

Amity Yuva Vichaar Manch

Amity Yuva Vichar Manch is a forum provided by Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan wherein the students and teachers across Amity, discuss and debate on various scientific and technical issues of importance. This year-long programme comprises five stages, viz., essay writing competition, group discussions, debating sessions, power point presentations based on the compilation of case studies and concludes with the most elaborative Youth Parliament that also involves understanding of parliamentary procedures.

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Date: May 11, 2017
The school bagged the rolling trophy in the grand finale of seventh Amity Yuva Vichar Manch. The students from all Amity International Schools discussed, deliberated and debated on the current issue of ‘Gender equality through performance or reservation’. The school auditorium was converted into a Parliament and the session incorporated all the proceedings of the Parliament like introduction of bill, clause by clause discussion, voting and zero hour. The session ended with prize distribution ceremony in nine categories including ‘Most Humorous Parliamentarian’, ‘Best Orator’, ‘Top Informed Parliamentarian’, ‘Best Question Raised’, etc.

Students debate as young parliamentarians Students raise their placards
Children receive trophies for their performances Winners uplift the trophy

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AIS Gur 46 participated in the sixth AYVM held at AIS Noida from May 12-13, 2016. The event organised under the aegis of Amity’s Children Science Foundation (CSF), saw students slip into the shoes of parliamentarians as they discussed different topics like - Is academic talent of more worth than sporting talent, Odd-Even scheme, No Junk Food bill etc. The school won several awards in various categories. Vaishali Tikoo was awarded the Best Orator. Ansh D Singh, Dhiren Kikkar, Rudrakash Lakra and Shikhar Aggarwal were awarded for Best Questions. Manasvi Ahuja won the Best Answer award. Pranav Tevatia and Avnish Rooperia won the most Informed Parliamentarian award.

A participant putting his views across during the parliament session Students take on the role of parliamentarians

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Mini model of the Indian parliament at Amity Yuva Vichar Manch Lifting the AYVM trophy
Amity GGN 46 wins the Inter Amity Yuva Vichar Manch Championship Trophy successively for the third time

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The school hosted the 4th edition of Amity Yuva Vichar Manch on March 4-5, 2014. All the eight branches of Amity International School participated in the prestigious event with great enthusiasm. The various topics of discussion included Education, Lifestyle technologies, cleaning of rivers and skewed gender ratio. The event expanded the knowledge and understanding of parliamentary procedure, etiquette and advocacy procedure.

The school bagged the rolling trophy in Amity Yuva Vichar 2013 where the young Parliamentarians enthusiastically took part in heated debates on current issues like 'Waste Management', 'RTE Act & its implementation', 'Will interlinking of rivers solve the water crisis?', 'Expanding the scope of nuclear energy' & 'Is population a boon or bane?'


Youth Power

The annual ethical leadership programme, initiated by The Global Times-Amity’s youth newspaper, aims at grooming students as harbingers of change. Young leaders from across all Amity International Schools work on different social issues related to women, by forming teams, researching topics, designing plans of action, generating funds and finally showcasing their work in the form of a presentation at the grand finale.

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With a mission to build safe and hygienic society ‘Aarogya’ team under the mentorship of Sarita Chittal, leadership of Yajur Lath (XI) and team members Keshav Maheshwari (XI), Sahar Dua (XI) and Daksh Sachdeva (XI) took upon the cause of spreading knowledge about safe and secure disposal of medical waste and harmful effects of self-medication. For their research and innovation oriented approach the team won ‘Best Research Strategy’ award. The team in collaboration with Atal Tinkering Lab prepared fertilizer using waste medicines which was given to farmers in Tikli Village and Adara, a nursery in Nagpur. The change innovators also created Aarogya app and Healr App which sends out reminder to the user about the expiry date of the medicine and connects the user with team members also. Both the Apps are available on Google Play Store.

Team Aarogya with mentor Sarita Chittal Young innovators won the award for ‘Best Research Strategy’
A very powerful creative expression Vision ‘Health for all’ Mission ‘Aarogya’
Meet our little mascot ‘Minion Pill’ We know ‘An apple a day keeps doctor away’

Sports Meet

The Inter Amity Sports competition organized under the leadership of Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan aims to stress on the importance of sports in students’ lives and how it can inculcate discipline for personality development. The competition held over the year includes a number of games as football, circlet, table tennis, kho kho, aerobics, taekwondo, PEC, etc. hosted by different Amity branches. The games organized strictly on the rules of the respective federations, commences with inter house matches, followed by league matches and then the finals.

Bazinga: Science Quiz

An annual inter Amity Science quiz titled ‘Bazinga’, organized for students of Class IX to XI was conceived by Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan to inculcate scientific temper in the students. The quiz aims at testing the theoretical, analytical and reasoning skills in physics. It is first held at intra class level, followed by inter class level, culminates with the inter Amity round. The questions for different rounds are based on various subjects including physics, chemistry, biology, latest innovations, scientists and audio-visuals.

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Inter- Amity Science Quiz

The school organised Bazinga Science Quiz for Class X on November 15, 2016. Eight branches of Amity schools participated in this event enthusiastically. Yavnika Garg and Arsh Mittal of the school emerged as the winners. Being the host school, the trophy was awarded to the first runner-up AIS Noida. AIS Saket bagged the third position.

Winners Arsh Mittal and Yavnika Garg with school Principal Arti Chopra Bazinga being conducted in the school

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Bazinga- Physics Quiz

In an effort to develop the scientific acumen amongst children by providing them with an opportunity to display their practical knowledge, application and recent developments in the field of Physics, Amity organizes ‘Bazinga – Inter Amity Physics Quiz'. Putting the mental abilities of the participants to test, the quiz organized for Classes IX-XI, comprises eight rounds of innovative questions. Bazinga is organised at different levels i.e. intra class, intra section and inter school.

Aheli Ghosh(X F) and Madhur Gera (X D)
(Winners of Bazinga with their prizes)

Verve: Aerobics competition

With the objective of strengthening physical agility in students, Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan introduced ‘Verve’ an Aerobics competition hosted by AIS Pushp Vihar. The competition serves as a forum for children to showcase their fitness levels. The competition divided into senior and junior category includes several individual, dual, trio and team performances, and is judged by eminent personalities from the field of sports.

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Youth Power participants bag the Silver Rolling Trophy

'Youth Power', is a unique annual inter-Amity social leadership program launched by The Global Times-Amity's youth newspaper, aimed at grooming students to becoming ethical leaders and harbingers of change.


Hindi Natya Utsav

With an aim to kindle love for our national language Hindi amongst Amitians, Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan introduced ‘Hindi Natya Utsav’ hosted by AIS Mayur Vihar every year. The competition invites participation from all branch of Amity schools to enact plays in Hindi based on social issues or works of literary giants as per the theme, which are then judged by experts from the industry.

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Hindi Natya Utsav
Date: April 28, 2017

The school won third position in the senior’s category in the inter-Amity drama competition organised by AIS MV to develop dramatic skills and acting ability among students. The programme presided over by Dr Indu Jain and Dr M K Pandey commenced with lamp lighting ceremony. The participants dressed in vibrant costumes enthralled the audience with their theatrical skills. The vote of thanks was given by the school Principal Priyanka Mehta.

Children give splendid performances
Students perform on stage Children bitten by the acting bug

Amity Schools Art & Sculpture Teachers' Camp

In an effort to promote healthy competition and showcase the artistic skills of the art faculty and students as envisaged by Chairperson Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan, Amity Group of Schools organise a one- week art camp every year that culminates with an exhibition. The camp, based on a different theme every year witness’s active participation of teachers from all branches of Amity. Every year, the camp is graced by art connoisseurs who also judge the event and award the participants.

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Art Display Camp

Date: December 26, 2016- January 14, 2017

The school art faculty and a group of students participated in the fourth Art & Sculpture Camp in their respective schools on the theme ‘Incredible India’. Each team comprising 3 students and a teacher in-charge worked on a masterpiece during the camp. The selective masterpieces were adjudged by famous artists. The school won two prizes in art and sculpture category. Salini Sharma & team bagged the First prize for their artwork on the topic ‘Bihar- the Nation’s Abode’. Sujit Singh & team bagged the First prize in preparing a sculpture on ‘Assam- Rongali Bihu’.

Students stand proud with their prizes and esteemed dignitaries Art teacher Sujit Singh & team with their winning sculpture titled ‘Assam- Rongali Bihu’
Shalini Sharma & team with their winning artwork titled ‘Bihar- the Nation’s Abode’ Art teacher Abha Gupta & team with their artwork titled ‘Delhi- Cosmopolitany Yours’
Art teachers and students display their artwork titled ‘Odisha- the Land of Art and Culture’ Artwork by students titled- ‘Punjab-the Colourful Extravaganza’