Praduman Murder Case

Ryan International School bus conductor confesses to killing child, the principal has been suspended

The body of the second-class student Praduman was found in the restroom of Ryan International School of Gururgram, Haryana. In this case, the Haryana Police has arrested the bus conductor Ashok. Witnesses said that the seven-year-old boy was strangulated to the throats and then the body was thrown into the toilet.

The body of Praduman was first seen by the school's Mali. The family members have alleged that the death of Praduman was at 7 in the morning, while the school administration informed him about it at 9 o'clock.

DCP of Gurugram said that the principal has been suspended. Varun's lawyer, the father of Praduman said, action against school management is ensured, the principal has been suspended.

Suncity School

Presidential Forum to bring together renowned educationists at Suncity School,Gurugram

Suncity School will host Pre-Conference Presidential Forum which will bring together renowned educationists and selected government officials from the United States, China, Southeast Asia, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and India to deliberate on crucial issues affecting the education sector.

The conference aims for convergence of stakeholders of education to hold a collaborative dialogue on issues that drive sustainable and inclusive counseling practices geared towards the success of students. The event to be held on 29th August at Suncity School will commence with a welcome address by Arjun Puri, Director, and O.P. Jindal Global University. The session will also witness discussion on issues such as changing field of careers in the 21st century, increased interest in the liberal style arts education, cross-border educational partnerships and the like. Dr. Adam Weinberg, a renowned educationist and President, Denison University will lead the US delegation at the Presidential Forum.

International Excellence Award

Gurgaon-based Suncity School conferred International Excellence Award for Service to Differently-Abled

Gurgaon-based Suncity School was conferred 1st International Excellence Award for Service to Disabilities in the Category of contribution for promotion of Inclusive Education in Institutional Segment at a ceremony held at the India International Centre (IIC) in New Delhi. The award has been envisaged as a platform to recognize and celebrate those people committed to Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, Special Needs, Community Counseling and Psycho-Social Development. Instituted by Association for Disabled People and Association of Special Educators and Allied Professionals in Association with Para Sports Foundation, the award recognized path- breaking work done by Suncity School in the field of inclusive education and empowerment of persons with disabilities through interventions in accessibility, advocacy, employment, trainings, education, sensitization, sports and culture.

Blue Whale Game

Gurgaon Schools Counsel Students Against Killer Blue Whale Game

To raise general awareness on the harmful consequences of Blue Whale Challenge the State Commission for Protection of Child Right (SCPCR) has issued an advisory to all the Haryana schools, including those affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE).

The main purpose of the advisory is to ensure that the children are monitored in schools and are not allowed to play any online games. For this the child rights panel will also organize awareness campaigns across the state this month.

Anmol Dhingra Suncity School

Suncity School student’s video selected among 70 prize- winning entries in UIDAI contest

Suncity School student Anmol Dhingra’s video has been selected amongst the 70 prize winning entries in the contest hosted by The Aadhaar Authority of Govt. of India (UIDAI). UIDAI had recently conducted a pan-India contest inviting children to upload their videos explaining the benefits of Aadhaar Card and driving up the Aadhaar enrollments.

Anmol has been awarded a cash prize by UIDAI. “A soon as I came to know about the contest, I made the video in less than half an hour. Little did I expect to win,” said beaming Anmol, a class IV student at Suncity School.