The annual ethical leadership programme, initiated by Dr (Mrs) Amita Chauhan, chairperson, Amity Group of Schools under the aegis of 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 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.
Team leader Lagan Sethi (X), Aditi Gautam (X), Richa Avtar (X), B.Saksham Rao, X along with mentor teacher Nandita Manaktala took up the cause of Nurturing Compassionate Citizenry. The excellent work done by the team fetched them the Second Runners-Up trophy. The team was also adjudged first in the Creative Communication Act.
YP team members hold ‘blind toss game’ in residential societies to sensitize them towards how disbaled people face similar challenges on a daily basis
Students present a skit on ‘Creating an inclusive society’ during the school morning assembly
Students of Amar Jyoti School – A school for disabled children, put up a dance performance
Conducting a hand printing activity on the theme – ‘We are lucky to have hands….because we can help those without.’
Playing ‘aankh micholi’ with tiny tots followed by talk with them of how blind people face similar difficulties in daily life
YP team members sell muffins and biscuits made by differently abled children so as to raise funds for the cause
Students partcipate in a rally outside the school to sensitize the audience towards their cause
The school YP team sensitizing the audience toward the disabled through an act
Sensitizing the audience toward the disabled through an act
The Creative Communication act presented by the school
The YP team making a presentation at the grand finale
YP Team members lift the Second Runners Up trophy at Youth Power 2016-17
YP team members visit Vigyan Bhawan to attend the National Awards for the Empowerment of Divyangjan 2016 to understand the cause better