Wednesday, November 30, 2016


The ECO CLUB launched an initiative of anti-cracker campaign on 25 october 2016  in a unique manner. For this a street play was prepared week before. The name of street play was BEZUBAAN 'YE DIWALI KISI KE SAPNE SACH KR DENE WALI.' The main theme of play was to spread awareness about harmful effects of crackers on environment and on human beings. It was prepared by members of ECO CLUB under the guidence of talented RAHUL SIR from ASMITA theatre group.

Play depicted the conditions of poor children who are forced to work in cracker factories and giving up their dreams for happiness of others. The students enacted play in school assembly then at NETAJI SUBHASH PLACE, a crowded and busy market

and ROHINI CITY CENTRE MALL. The play caught attention of people and passers by huge crowd was collected to take the glimpse of our play. They boosted up the confidence of students by appreciating the efforts of each student. 
Event was huge success where people gave their feedback and promised to observe CRACKER FREE DIWALI

Monday, November 28, 2016


The GLOBE Asia Pacific  Science Fair is organised annually for a worldwide community of students, teachers, scientists and citizens working together to understand, sustain and improve the Earth's Environment at local, regional and international scales.

This year, GLOBE India and The Indian Environment Society collaborated with our school's Vasundhara Club. Vasudha Kalra and Ishita Banati, the office bearers of the  club along with the  Teacher Coordinator, Ms. Madhu Mehta  participated in this mega event held in Gangnam, Seoul, South Korea. 

This event saw the participation of 15 school's from over 8 countries.

We, The GLOBE Representatives from India had made a detailed analysis of Soil cover in the areas that surrounded our institution. Team India had also showcased a glimpse of Indian folk and classical music through a dance performance.

Our project received a commendable applause. Kulachi, once again shone overseas by winning the Best Poster Award and the Second prize in the Best Project.

Friday, September 2, 2016


It was a very pleasant morning of 20th August, 2016 and students of Vasundhara- The Eco Club of KHMS were all geared up for the tree plantation in the colony park near our school in association with RWA of B-Block, Ashok Vihar. Around 15 members of RWA had gathered in the park, where the Principal of the school, Ms. Sneh Verma, Dr. B.C.Sabata, Sr. Scientific Officer, Deptt. Of Environment, Govt. of NCT Delhi, eco club members and teacher coordinators, Ms. Madhu Mehta and Ms. Manjula Agarwal joined them.
The programme started with a Nukkad Natak,  highlighting the importance of trees, presented by the students of Class 7 and 8 of our school.
After that ,the school Principal, Dr. Sabata, RWA members, students  and teachers planted 50 saplings in the park. Vasundhara-The Eco Club of our school has now adopted the park and has pledged to nurture the saplings which we had planted so that they all grow well  into healthy trees.

Thursday, September 1, 2016

INDUCTION CEREMONY and Tree Plantation Session 2016-17

Vasundhara, the Eco Club of KHMS, was established to sensitize the students and to strive towards achieving a greener earth. The 14th Induction Ceremony of the club took place on 20th August, 2016 which was presided over by Dr. B.C. Sabata, Senior Scientific Officer, Department of Environment, Govt. of NCT, Delhi. He, along with our Principal, Mrs. Sneh Verma and members of the club lit the lamp of knowledge. The Principal of the school presented a small plant to the guest as a symbol of a blossoming tomorrow.

This was followed by a Prakriti Vandana sung by club members. The Principal  addressed the gathering wherein she asked the students to plant a tree on their birthday and to nurture it. The outgoing President, Sanchit Jain, presented the annual report of previous year’s activities undertaken by Eco-Club. The names of the new office bearers of the club were then announced . Vasudha Kalra was inducted as the new President and Rashi Jain as the Vice-President. The office bearers and members were decorated with badges. Then, Dr. B.C.Sabata and Dr. Deshbandhu, President, Indian Environmental Society, administered the eco pledge. This was followed by an inspiring address by Dr. Sabata and Dr. Deshbandhu in which they motivated the students to work towards making our surroundings cleaner, greener and healthier.

The ceremony concluded on a good note, where the students along with Dr. Sabata, Dr. Deshbandhu and teachers planted saplings in the school ground, with a promise to nurture these saplings for a better tomorrow. 

Wednesday, November 25, 2015


Kulachi Hansraj Model School, Delhi, India is celebrating "Pragyalok" the world of light and light of wisdom an event to commemorate International Year of Light and light based technologies & International Year of Soils, healthy soils for healthy life on 10th October, 2015.

Science exhibition was conducted in the Senior wing. Students put up an array of exhibits at the exhibition.

Eco-Club also participated in the exhibition.  25 exhibits were displayed in the room allotted to us.

  1.   Students used various innovative measures to make useful items from the waste materials. They used old pens, bottles, newspaper CD’s bangles to make beautiful pen stand, paper bags, jewellery boxes, clock, decorative items etc.

  2.   Sparrows were very common to see but surprisinglynow their number has reduced. So students were encouraged to draw sparrows so that they could stay in touch with the beauty of nature. They also prepared nest of various birds and display their features, eating habits ways of communication and the importance of birds in human life and the measures which we need to take to conserve them.
  3.   Let Delhi Breath Students of class IX prepared a model depicting ways of emitting effluents their harmful effects and how to reduce it?

  4.   An eco-friendly holi colours made from natural biodegradable material by the students of  our school. They collected waste flowers from temples students are trained to cut petals of the marigold and rose flowers which are dried at the room temperature, measured and packed in air tight containers, grind these dry petals and convert them into herbal holicolours students after working into whole year round, make beautiful and vibrant herbal holicolours, which are their packed and sold. This year students sold 1000 packets (100 gm.) each of herbal holicolours. 

  5.   Soil ConservationThe soil we see around us has taken thousands of yearsto form. Fertile soil is precious. In order to conserve nature and optimize the utilization of resources. Students presented science model wherein they displayed vertical farming, terrace farming, effects of soil erosion etc

  6.   Herbal Garden Plants like Neem, Tulsi, Amla, Bahera, Alovera Kari patta were grown in pots. Student’s depicted their medicinal values on the board prepared by them.

  7.   Alternative sources of energy Model was focussed on use of solar energy.  Solar energy is an efficient way to heat materials with the help of solar panels, batteries and the right equipment. We can use solar water heaters, solar cookers and solar powered bulbs. It can also be used to generate electricity in both small and large amounts.