Wednesday, 10 May 2023
The key to successful leadership is influence not authority. Leadership is also about making others better as a result of your presence and making sure that everyone’s opinion is counted and valued to the core.
Leaders lead the way and they mark their imprints for others to follow for the comprehensive success of the team. Wednesday, 10 May 2023 registered itself as one of the most memorable days in the history of Maxfort School, Rohini as the school witnessed the much-awaited Investiture Ceremony 2023 wherein the newly elected council members were entrusted with the mantle of responsibility. It became the perfect platform to permeate reliance and confidence in the newly invested office bearers. The esteemed Chief Guest for the event was Dr Madhu Ved, an internationally acclaimed educationist with a splendid career and valuable experience. The revered guest is an epitome of humility and nationalism and pervades the same globally. The inspiring day commenced with the traditional lamp-lighting ceremony followed by prayer dance to the Almighty, musical delight and role play on leadership. Our revered guest addressed the august gathering in the most magnificent manner. She focused on nation first policy and taking pride in our roots. She also motivated the newly elected council to fulfill their responsibilities with utmost sincerity. To complete the circle of wisdom, respected Principal ma’am, Dr Ratna Chakravarty, instilled the young leaders with great enthusiasm, vigour and zeal with her oratory expertise. Honourable ma’am elaborated that don’t measure success by result only, our goal of life is always to try our best and achieve success and if not success at least you give your best and align yourself towards the path to success. She also reflected that the school student council empowers the elected leaders with faith and trust, the council members should value it and act righteously. The office bearers were conferred with badges and sashes by honourable Chief Guest and revered Principal ma’am. The newly appointed torch bearers pledged to upscale themselves and deliver their delegated duties to the best of their potential.
Student Council Members
|S. NO.||POST||NAME OF STUDENT||CLASS/SEC|
|1||HEAD GIRL||KASHVI SETHI||XII B|
|2||HEAD BOY||PRADYUMN ARORA||XII C|
|3||VICE- HEAD GIRL||NAVYA KASHYAP||XI A|
|4||VICE- HEAD BOY||RUDRA MATHUR||XII E|
|5||CULTURAL SECRETARY||SIYA BANSAL||XI C|
|6||SPORTS CAPTAIN||PARTH RANA||XII A|
|7||GARNET HOUSE CAPTAIN||EVA PATHAK||XII E|
|8||GARNET VICE-HOUSE CAPTAIN||AAHANA SINGH||XI C|
|9||CORAL HOUSE CAPTAIN||STUTI JAIN||XII A|
|10||CORAL VICE- HOUSE CAPTAIN||VANYA KAPOOR||XI B|
|11||RUBY HOUSE CAPTAIN||GAVISHTH AHLAWAT||XII E|
|12||RUBY VICE- HOUSE CAPTAIN||NAVYA CHANNA||XI B|
|13||TOPAZ HOUSE CAPTAIN||MRINAL GHAI||XII E|
|14||TOPAZ VICE-HOUSE CAPTAIN||GARV ARORA||XI A|
This celebration of duties and responsibilities ended with rendition of the school anthem infusing the newly elected office bearers with pride in their school and determination to contribute in making an effective school culture.