Workshop by Dr. Mohan
“When you aspire something, the whole nature conjures to make it happen for you.” Was the highlight of the motivational talk given by Dr. Mohan in his address to the students of Good Shepherd International School and Good Shepherd Finishing School. His talk motivated us and guided us to redefine our goals to becomebetter, positive and productive individuals.
On the auspicious day of Rakshabandhan, we learnt the art of making handmade Rakhis, which we sent across to our respective brothers. This way, this Rakshabandhan was a very emotional one for all of us. We used beads, satin ribbons, sequins, motifs, laces and silk threads to make Rakhis..
We dressed in traditional attire and spent quality time with each other. A few of us, visited the GSIS campus, where we spent time with our brothers. It was really a memorable Rakshabandhan.
“Genesis” …of the 3 Months Batch
|The President - GSFS|
|The Principal- GSFS|
|The Students- GSFS|
|The 3 Months Batch- Joyous|
The 3 Months Batch -“Romedy Comedy”
The members of team Jubliant, staged their talent nite, ‘Romedy Comedy,’ A combination of romance and comedy. The audience witnessed a wonderful recreation of the famous 12th night by William Shakespeare. The program was an amalgamation of every act of entertainment such as dance, drama, singing, music and fashion show, where the girls transformed themselves into elegant ladies of the 21st century.
|The President- GSFS|
|The 3 Months Batch - Jubilant|
Flower Arrangement Workshop
Gerbera, Carnation, Sunflower, Liliums…., flower sand fillers of all criteria were arranged with the best aesthetic sense that could ever be, at the Flower arrangement Workshop held for the 3 Months Batch students. The session gave complete awareness on various floral arrangements which equipped them to manage the floral interiors on their own.
Nilgiris… In and Out !
|Dr Tarun Chabra|
|GSFS Students - 9 Months and 3 Months Batch|
It was an interesting session in which he gave us in-depth facts about the culture, heritage, flora and fauna of Nilgiris. It is said that the Todas are one of the last vegetarian tribes in the world, who are not only unique in culture but also in its shrubberies and wildlife.
It was surprising to know that, a beautiful world exist in such a small valley which upholds a combination of culture, heritage, flora and fauna.
The workshop by Dr Tarun Chabra helped us to build a new perspective towards nature. It has abetted us in the better understanding of the life of the tribes. The session showed a clear picture on how different the life of tribes is, compared to the other habitats.
This workshop has built a sense of responsibility in us towards nature and has made us aware of the one of the part of the world which exist. Also, this has helped us to know our locale better.