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Pathways World School Gurgaon

Flagship Campus of Pathways Schools.
Consistently Ranked #1 Top International Day cum Boarding School in Delhi & Gurgaon.



One life-changing event, a distinct perspective, one clear path: our true identity. On 3rd September 2019, PWS students participated in the event ‘Ek Pehchan’, hosted by Pathways School Gurgaon. 'Ek Pehchan', an event that PSG has been hosting for six years, this year expanded its horizons to include not only linguistic performances, but performing and visual art competitions as well.

10 student representatives and two teachers from PWS traveled to Baliawas, each exploring their distinct yet cohesive perspectives on their 'Ek Pehchan'. Jiya Kathuria (Grade 10), Vedika Mandapati (Grade 11) and Aabhas Garg (Grade 12) participated in 'linguistique', a tri-lingual sequential verbal performance. Guided by Ms. Ankita Tandon, they navigated their national identities through the lens of recent events in Kashmir.

Their performance spanned three languages- English, Hindi and Spanish- and Jiya's exceptional recitation in English won her a Special Mention Award.

Students participating in Path-Art-Ways performed wonderfully as well under the guidance of Ms. Shally Mahajan. The art teams not only created magnificent works, but presented their creations to a panel of judges and answered a series of challenging questions about their interpretations of the theme. 

The middle school team (Mohammad Arsal Qureshi- Grade 6, Dhriti Pasrija- Grade 7, Aditya Pratap Mahajan- Grade 8, Anushka Roy- Grade 9, Tanisha Bhatnagar- Grade 10) earned itself a special mention for its wonderful group composition. The senior school team (Zobiya Jamal-Grade 11, Devangi Verma- Grade 12) worked together to construct an elegant clay statue that stood tall among various other creatively conceptualized works.

Apart from submitting their own works for consideration, the teams were elated with the opportunity to witness other performances at the event’s closing ceremony. The narrative dance-drama performances presented by other schools touchingly explored societal divides in India, while another dance piece accompanied by live vocals talked about rejection and ambition.

No student walked away from the event with a sense of only one identity, but chose instead to embrace the idea that a multitude of experiences build up each individual. The influx of perspectives challenged participants' own opinions on each topic, enriching thought processes and creating a more accepting community.

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