Monday, February 3, 2014

Making the miracles within reach: Sundaram House

At Atmiya Vidya Mandir, every day is a tiny step towards the ultimate goal of life. The daily morning assemblies are the onset of this gradual march which brings daily dose of values strengthening and preparing the students for this journey of life. To fulfil this very purpose of making the students better human beings, in daily morning assemblies, we share inspiring material which forms weekly reflection. In this manner, in the second week of January, Sundaram House members presented the incidents and details of inspiring lives of the Nobel Laureates from India.

This inspiring week started with the detailed introduction of the Nobel Prize and its making. On the first day, the students were explained the humanitarian purpose of Alfred Nobel in establishing this peace prize which bears his name. Students were also given a short insight on the lives of legendary Nobel Laureates of Indian origin, like Mother Teresa and Rabindranath Tagore. The following day, the success journey of another Indian Nobel Laureate C.V. Raman was talked about by Priyavadan Sir. C V Raman’s contribution to the human society was explained through videos. It was followed by another inspiring day, as the students were explained how Nobel Laureates like Amartya Sen and Har Gobind Khorana made their way to this most prestigious award of the world. A power point presentation elucidated the motivational lives of these renowned personalities and details of their research work. The yet another morning of this week again unwrapped history of unprecedented achievements of Dr. Subramanyan Chandrasekhar.

Thus, though the list of the inspiring Nobel Laureates is long and the inspiration is unlimited, but a secret spark in these young minds was ignited. This way, these assemblies about Nobel Laureates induced a dream in students’ hearts that they should stride towards their glorious future in such a way that they also contribute to make the world a better place.
Written by: Seema Ma'am

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