KVS Social Science Exhibition – cum – National Integration camp 2014-15-reg.
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHAN (HQ)
18, Institutional Area, S.J. Marg, New Delhi- 110016.
Tel.: 26858570 Fax 26514179
F.110338/06/2012-KVS(HQ)/Acad./AEO(A)/266-91 Dated: 21.03.2014
Sub: KVS Social Science Exhibition – cum – National Integration camp 2014-15-reg.
With reference to aforesaid subject the details of States and Countries which will be taken up by your region for Social Science Exhibition 2014-2015 are provided herewith. This advance information is given to encourage students to prepare Charts/Albums/Projects which will facilitate the teachers and students to select and prepare the best for the presentations to be displayed at the National Level Social Science Exhibition. The Social Science teachers and students are to be encouraged to make use of their summer vacation to collect references/articles/materials etc. for the School/Cluster/Regional and National level competition. Every region will bring One Project at the KVS National level Social Science Exhibition.
The school level exhibition should be conducted as inter class Competition. The PGTs and TGTs of Humanities group (preferably Social Science) should be allotted duties through an Office Order and this should be recorded in the Self Appraisal Part II of the ACR for the year 2014-15 of the teacher who is contributing towards the preparation for the aforesaid competition. It is expected that school level competition should be conducted in a befitting manner. KVS Social Science Exhibition cum National Integration Camp is stated to be conducted in the month of October, 2014. Details regarding the National Venue & Date will be intimated at a later date.
The Social Science Exhibition MUST be held at School, Cluster and Regional level. Selection of students, team and projects must be made judiciously. Parents, Neighboring schools, Important local personalities be invited for the Exhibition being organized at school, cluster and Regional level. The Social Science Exhibition at all levels must be conducted with enthusiasm and earnestness, so that the aim and objective of the event is fully realized.
You are requested to intimate the undersigned name of the Assistant Commissioner In-charge of Regional Level Social Science Exhibition. Allotment of state, Country, Topics for debate, quiz, projects and allotment of Dance is give at Annexure-I,II & III.
KVS SOCIAL SCIENCE EXHIBITION 2014-15
Allotment of State/Country
|S.No.||Name of the Region||
|1||AGRA||Andaman and Nicobar||Thailand|
|9||DELHI||West Bengal||United Kingdom|
|13||JABALPUR||Andhra Pradesh||Sri Lanka|
|25||VARANASI||Jammu & Kashmir||Germany|
Region Wise allotment for dances and song
Dance: There will be two separate categories of dance – Indian and Foreign
|S.No.||Name of the Region||
|1||AGRA||Andaman and Nicobar|
|25||VARANASI||Jammu & Kashmir|
Annexure – III
1. Topics for Project work are as follows:-
- Plastics – a new & powerful enemy of the environment.
- Role of human capital in the development of the Indian Economy.
- Impact of Tourism Industry on the Environment.
- Public Awareness of Human rights – Global Issue.
- Role of Women in Freedom Struggle.
The following steps to be taken for writing the report of project work,
- Data – Collection or Survey
- Analysis of Data – Qualitative and Quantitative
- Reporting (writing)
- Bibliography – mention all references.
- A certificate in the beginning claiming that the work is original – signed by students, Teacher guide and principal
Project work should include the following
Project should be a group work of 2 to 5 students. The compilation of report should be specifically 20 to 25 pages. Project should include photographs, illustration, drawing, graphs etc. The main content of project should be primary data.
NOTE: – Project work doesn’t include the following.
Preparation of charts or models and copying material from text-books / books are not included in the Project. Copying material from text-books or taking print out from internet, cut and paste information from internet should not included.
2. Topics for Debate (Hindi and English)
Topic for English Debate:- Is women empowerment becoming a reality?
Time – 4mts+1mts-/rebuttal:- Total 5mts
Topic for Hindi Debate:-
Note: Special Weightage will be given to wit and humour aspects.
Each region will sponsor two speakers one ‘for’ and the other ‘against’ the motion separately for Hindi and English. The debate will be of 05 minute duration of which minimum 01 minute must be (repeat must be) devoted to rebuttal and repartee. The first two speakers; one ‘for’ and the other ‘against’ the motion will be given only four minutes and one minute at the end for their share of rebuttal and repartee. The first Speaker speaking for the motion will be given one minute for rebuttal after all the speakers spoken. The division of marks for the debate will be as follows:
Rebuttal & Repartee 30 (No marks will be allowed if rebuttal part is left untouched)
(Logic, thought, process, pronunciation, flam our, confidence)
The aim of the exercise is to discourage cramming and to encourage spontaneous speaking.
Quiz will be another regular feature of the Social Science Exhibition. The quiz will be conducted in English and the theme will be North Eastern States of India (Seven Sisters). It will be in two rounds. The preliminary round will be written round in which maximum five students from every region will participate. Four top scoring teams will qualify for the final round. In the final round, the selected team will be represented by two students of the concerned region. The quiz will be verbal with audio & visual round.
4. Group Dance
Group Dance to be presented by the Region must be related to the State/Country allotted to the Region. Maximum time allowed for the dance will be 06 (six) minutes including the announcement. Number of participants allowed on the stage will be six to eight and with six persons including the Music Teacher for background music and song. No person from outside KV will be allowed to play/sing. Pre-revised cassette or any other recorded device will not be allowed. The group dance being presented will be performed in the costume of the Place/State concerned. Marks allotted for dance is detailed below:-
Costume – 25
Co-ordinate – 25
Harmony with Music – 25
Background Music/Song – 25
5. Group Song
Duration of the Group Song will be 4-5 minute including the announcement. The number of participants allowed on the stage will be 6-8 with 04 persons including the Music Teacher for background music. The group song may be in Hindi or in the language of the State/Country allotted to the Region. The theme of the song may be patriotism, national integration. Social Cohesion, Youth/women empowerment or the folklore of the State/Country. The division of marks will be as under:-
Costume – 20
Theme – 20
Harmony – 20
Melody – 20
Background Music – 20
The announcement of Song/Dance should not take more than 15 seconds.
There will be a one act play/skit on any theme related to social issues (i.e. issues related to gender, population, health environment, education etc.) and the language will be English and or Hindi. The duration of the skit will be 10 to 12 minutes and this item will be covered on first two days between 6 and 8 pm. The venue Principal should ensure proper light and sound arrangement for the event based on the requirement of the skit. The concerned regions are advised in their own interest, to keep the stage resources and requirements to the minimum. Basic stage materials will be provided by the venue Principal. The best skit selected by region will be sponsored for the Nationals.
Division of marks for the event will be as under –
Theme and Script – 25
Acting and Dialogue delivery – 25
Stage setting and Direction – 25
Overall effect – 25
While selecting students the DC/AC/Principal/In-charge teacher should select the students on the suggested guidelines.
- English/Hindi Debate – 04 students
- Quiz – 02 students
- Exclusively for Project – 02 students
- Skit – 05 students
- Group song, dance and background and
having talent and capabilities to assist/
contribute in the items 1-4 – 19 students
In no case, the number of students as specified above (32) should exceed nor any extra escort other than specified need be sent. During the evening programme at National venue of Exhibition participants should be encouraged to wear their Regional/State costume, but during Exhibition school uniform will be the dress code.
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