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The KBDAV-7, Chandigarh Disaster Management Team along with the executives from the Fire Department organized a “Mock Drill” for 2872 school students on 7th May 2019 (Tuesday), who successfully executed the Evacuation Route Plan and finished the Mock Drill in just 4 minutes and 58 seconds.

 An informative session on live display of Fire Extinguishers was a great fun for the students. All students were sensitized about the fire extinguishing tips,.

 Such Mock Drills are the annual feature of the school and Evacuation Plan Drawings are displayed on the Notice Boards of the School at all strategic points.




May 1 is celebrated as Labour Day across the country. KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7 - B, Chandigarh celebrated Labour Day on its campus today, to acknowledge and appreciate the services provided by Class IV employees. The students of Class XI had made Placards and Greeting Cards that they gave out to the Maids, Gatekeepers, Maalis, Bus Drivers and Conductors. They thanked them all for their selfless service they have been providing on the campus each day, tirelessly.

The recognition of the services of the Class IV employees brought smiles on their faces, who were surprised and overwhelmed at the gesture of the staff and the students for them. The cards carried the messages of thanks for all the supporting staff as without their services, No institution can successfully function any day.


Date: 29.04.2019


KB DAV-7, Chandigarh witnesses its ‘Fifth Investiture Ceremony’ today investing in its students the responsibilities of Office Bearers for the session 2019-20.  It was a day dipped in a sense of pride, humility and leadership.  The newly appointed School Senate – Head Boy, Head Girl, the Captains, the Vice-Captains and the Prefects of the Four Houses namely Jasmine, Lotus, Rose and Tulip were decorated with the badges by  Honourable Principal, Mrs. Pooja Prakash.  The stakeholders expressed their vision and took an oath to uphold and respect the school values and ideology and become positive Role Models for their peers and juniors.  The occasion was graced by the presence of Ex-Senate members of session 2018-19, who handed over the flags to the newly appointed Office Bearers.  The worthy Principal expressed her faith in the power of ‘Service before Self’.  She commended the efforts of Ex-Senate members, who have been upholding high the values of their Alma-Mater.  She guided the young Torch Bearers of the school to work in harmony and craft a productive synergy by not just creating the change but by being the change.

On the occasion, the young learners from classes VIII to XII, who have excelled in literary skills and have a flair for language were also awarded with British Council Membership Cards.


Date: 22.04.2019

‘let mother earth breathe’ – EARTH DAY celebration at kbdav-7, Chandigarh

As Responsible Citizens of this planet, KBDAV-7, Chandigarh students came forward with spate of activities to Save their Mother Earth to celebrate Earth Day on 22nd April 2019.

April Month” also known as “Earth Month” was celebrated with full fervour to sensitize the learners towards environmental concerns.

To mark the occasion, an eye-opener skit ‘Dharti Tab or Ab’ was presented by School Theatre Group Students from Class VII. The skit highlighted the major concern of deplorable state of our mother planet. We, the citizens of this planet must take urgent preventive measures if we want our future generations not to suffer. Classes VI and VII made colourful posters to show their concern.

The students of Class III depicted their concern towards Mother Earth by making fascinating models of Earth & Face masks. Children painted their faces likes animals. Class IV learners enthusiastically prepared colourful Jute Bags pledging their efforts for the conservation of water. The learners from Class V made Eco-friendly Jewellery, made of Macroni, Vegetables. Waste Paper etc. 

Class X students participated in a ‘Quiz Competition’ on the themes Indian Heritage, Earth Day that included various interesting rounds as ‘Quizzical Karma’, ‘Double Trouble’, ‘Hidden Treasure’ & ‘Rapid Fire’. A PowerPoint Presentation Competition was held for the students of Class IX on the topic ‘Carbon Footprints’. The participants not only shared their views about the deteriorating condition of the Earth but also suggested the ways to protect it. Class VIII students organized a “Green Walk” with placards in their hands exhibiting slogans, “Be Fair, Do Not Pollute Air”.

The students of XI and XII who well understand the gravity of the issue drew wonderful posters on the vulnerability of the only planet in the Universe that holds the capacity to sustain life. But this capacity has its limits. Man has to understand this, before it gets too late. Each poster drawn was shouting out this urgency, sensitizing man to the need of the hour, leaving behind the message of ‘GREENER EARTH, SAFER LIFE'.

The students from all Classes made a sincere and dedicated efforts to remain dutiful & show respect towards Nature. A pledge to Conserve Water and Save Mother Earth was taken by the teachers and students.  


Date: 18.04.2019


The School Cyber Congress Club took the initiative to sensitize its learners not only be ‘familiar’ and ‘updated’ with latest technology, but also to be ‘aware’ and ‘alert’ about its correct usage through a Special Assembly and a plethora of activities being conducted for the learners from Class 4 to Class 12.

A worthwhile enactment on ‘Cyber Crime’ was presented by the students of classes 8, 9 and 10. It touched the sensitive issues of excessive gaming, hacking of bank account and facebook account, risks involved in e-banking, which compelled the audience to analyse whether they are not over-obsessed with it.

Interactive sessions for class 4 to 12  based on short videos, slogan writing, PPT, quiz, creating a blog, poster making on E-Waste alongwith a special session for teachers on Cyber CrimeCell on the theme”If you suspect Deceit, Hit Delete’ was conducted by class 12 students.

Principal Mrs.Pooja Prakash applauded the efforts of Cyber Congress Club- Teacher members and student members.  She expressed her keen faith in the members of Cyber Congress Club to create awareness of computers amongst students and keep on updating them from time to time about the threats of overusing social media and hacking.  New members of the club were introduced and decorated with badges.

The winners of various activities were honoured with the prizes and certificates of participation.


Date : 12.04.2019

Morning Assembly on Baisakhi by Class I & II students at KBDAV-7

On the eve of Baisakhi, the young learners of Class I and II conducted special morning assembly on the forthcoming event. Baisakhi, the harvest festival of Punjab was celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm in the premises of KBDAV-7 on 12th April 2019. The young learners came dressed in Traditional Punjabi colourful outfits with ornaments and accessories. The purpose was to make the students aware about the significance of the festival. The assembly began with “EkOmkar” prayer followed by melodious poetry and significant messages like ‘one should shed their arrogance during this pious hour’ and ‘our hard work and toil shoulder bear fruits just like the farmers enjoy their harvest’. The young learners danced on foot tapping Punjabi number where in all staff members joined and enjoyed the event.





More than 60 learners from Classes IX & X attended an interactive session with hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji. This was a unique interactive session in which the students, parents and teachers from India and across the globe interacted with the Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji, over the children related issues. Through this session, the Prime Minister conveyed to the young aspirants that we should celebrate the festival of exams and exams should be considered as ‘Exam of Class and not Exam of Life’. He also extended his thanks to media and advanced technology to enable him to reach 12 crore viewers this year compared to 7 crore last year and making this campaign a huge success.



The young learners as well as parents and teachers raised their queries about how to reduce examination stress, how to gain confidence, what are stress busters, time management, technique for reducing the stress – to name a few. He conveyed the students that every individual has latent energy which lies unknown and suggested them to realize it and to connect with life. His sincere advise to the parents & the teachers was to appreciate the students in public and criticize the students in private. He also asked the parents and teachers to support the learners in the hour of need and keep them motivated without putting too much restrictions on them, not having unrealistic expectations and making them understand that exams are a part of life.

He concluded the seminar at a positive note for the students and advising them to ‘Be your own anchor and celebrate your strength’.




Yashraj of Class VI is a wonder kid whose accomplishment has made the school beam with pride. Yashraj was among 4000 students who participated in a National Level Exam (Digital Mode Test) – Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan conducted by Vigyan Prasar on 25 November 2018 in the respective schools.



Nine students from KBDAV-7 – Yashraj, Rishab Rai (Class VI), Vishal, Prabhnoor, Dhruv Saini, Naman, Ekampreet (Class VII), Prateek Garg, Prashant (Class X) were among 125 students who qualified to appear for State Level Camp held in Chemistry Department, Panjab University, Chandigarh on 6 December 2018. The students were adjudged on the basis of Pen-Paper Test, Audio-Visual Test, Practical Laboratory Test. 18 students were shortlisted for their remarkable performance and Yashraj was amongst them. He was awarded with Prize money, a Memento and a Certificate. The students participated in VVM have been a source of inspiration for the young aspirants who have keen interest in the field of Sciences.



Famously known as the ‘Google Girl’, Lady luck smiled on Kindergarten Vaishnavi Gupta of KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh, when she was invited to meet His Excellency Shri Manohar Lal Khattar, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Haryana on 4th January 2019 at the Chief Minister’s residence for her extraordinatry capability of memorizing names of world capitals and many more. She has also had a rare honour of featuring on his personal Facebook page, where he has lauded her strengths and written that “Over the centuries the whole world has always saluted the remarkable intellect of Indian daughters. Vaishnavi Gupta, a Proud Indian Daughter will be a source of inspiration for others.” She was honored with flowers and a gift.

She has already been interviewed by 13 TV channels including News 18 India, News 18 Punjab, News 18 Haryana, News 18 Himachal and Zee News. Vaishnavi’s video showcasing her special abilities has already received 16 Lac views on You Tube. She wants to grow up into being an IAS officer and serve the nation.




KB DAV Senior Secondary School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh held its first ever Alumni Meet on January 5, 2019 on its campus, inviting students from Batches 2007 to 2011. The Meet drew huge crowd as around 85 alumni came back to their alma mater, despite their busy schedules. Mrs. Madhu Bahl, Founder Principal was the Chief Guest on the occasion. The function started with Jyoti Prajwalan by the dignitaries, and mantra uchchaaran by Dhruv Goyal of Class XI of the present batch. The students of classes V, VI, VII sang the welcome song. Principal, Mrs. Pooja Prakash welcomed the guests in her address. Class XII students presented Bhangra which was liked by all. This was followed by the REMINISCENES, in which Founder Principal, Mrs. Madhu Bahl went nostalgic by recalling the years spent with the batches in attendance. Next to this were the speeches of Priyanka Luthra, Mohit Aggarwal, Kriti, Ravinder, Shonit, Yogesh, Bhamini, Abdul and Dr. Gurkirat Singh, alumni from different batches who credited and thanked their alma mater for the success they have achieved today.

The next segment was BACK TO CLASS ROOM in which different games like I SEE, I RECALL ,GUESS THE TEACHER, KARAOKE and MUSICAL CHAIR were played with the alumni. The winners for the games were: Dr. Gurkirat Singh, Aastha Tuli, Aseem Bhardwaj, Navneet Kaur and Siddharth Sharma. A group photograph was finally clicked before everybody had the lunch.