Dyslexia is a learning disorder that involves difficulty reading due to problems identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words. Also called reading disability, dyslexia affects areas of the brain that process language. Dyslexia occurs in children with normal vision and intelligence. Symptoms include late talking, learning new words slowly and a delay in learning to read. Most children with dyslexia can succeed in school with tutoring or a specialised education programme.

A workshop was conducted for the teachers of all the branches to discuss on the topic of Dyslexia, to help identify such cases and possible ways of intervention to manage such students. The workshop was led by Mrs. Kavita Upadhyay, the Internal Counsellor of the Institution.

RESULTS OF ICSE & ISC BOARD EXAMINATIONS 2018-19

ISC (CLASS XII) RESULTS 2018-19

To succeed in your mission,
you must have single-minded devotion to your goal.

We heartily congratulate each and every student for their outstanding performance in the ICSE & ISC Examinations 2018-19.
We at Spring Dale Institution believe that every child has a potential to do good and all that is required for them to flourish is good nurturing. Today the hard work and dedication of each student has paid its dividend and we couldn’t have any more proud of them.

Highlights of the Results

In ISC (Class XII) 
Ansh Khattar of Kanpur Road Branch scored 96.25%
Satwik Upadhyay  of Indira Nagar branch scored 95.7%

In ICSE (Class X)
Rajveer Singh Bagga of Kanpur Road Branch scored 98.9%
Pulkit Tripathi of Indira Nagar Branch scored 97.6%
Ekansh Rastogi of Gomti Nagar Branch scored 93.4%

List of Students who scored 90% and above

List of students who scored above 90%
Name  Branch Examination  Percentage
Ekansh Rastogi Gomti Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.40
Saumya Mishra Gomti Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 92.00
Sagar Singh Negi Gomti Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.80
Rajveer Singh Bagga Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 98.80
Swayam Mehra Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 98.40
Tushar Mishra Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 98.00
Gautam Arora Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 96.00
Nishtha Vikram Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 95.80
Utsuk Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 95.80
Harleen Kaur Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 95.40
Nikhil Bhatt Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 95.40
Manjot Singh Sodhi Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 95.20
Shubhang Shukla Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 95.20
Vaishnavi Saxena Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 95.20
Arpita Bajpai Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 94.60
Kunal Gupta Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 94.00
Vansh Kapoor Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 94.00
Vishal Shekhar Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 93.60
Harsh Kumar Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 93.20
Aarushi C Pandey Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 93.00
Sonali Singh Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 92.60
Akshat Agarwal Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 92.40
Isha Rawat Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 92.40
Muskan Kumari Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 92.40
Shefali Gautam Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 92.00
Rituparn Sharma Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 91.80
Sanyam Shukla Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 91.80
Kinsukh Verma Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 91.60
Vansh Singh Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 91.60
Aadrika Mishra Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 91.20
Prashansa Shukla Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 91.20
Antara Sarkar Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 91.00
Bijayendra Das Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 90.60
Rahul Kumar Ganguli Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 90.60
Aadrika Srivastava Kanpur Road ICSE ( Class X ) 90.20
Pulkit Tripathi Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 97.60
Viraj Chandra Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 97.20
Tanushree Gupta Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 96.60
Shubhankar Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 96.20
Muskaan Siddiqui Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 96.00
Suraj Srivastava Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 95.40
Sankalp Kushwaha Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 95.20
Nakshatra Tomar Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 95.00
Itee Mishra Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 95.00
Krishna Dubey Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 94.60
Vainavi Srivastava Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 94.40
Ishita Rastogi Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 94.40
Gaurav Kushwaha Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 94.00
Agam Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 94.00
Kushagra Gupta Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.80
Anubhav Verma Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.80
Ashi Sinha Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.60
Shrey Kumar Tamrakar Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.40
Khushi Saxena Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.40
Pranjal Tripathi Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.00
Sneha Rawat Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.00
Shrish Tripathi Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.00
Jai Bhalla Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.00
Sayed Mohammad Uzer Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 93.00
Shriyansh Agarwal Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 92.80
Tanishq Jaiswal Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 92.20
Aakash Gupta Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 92.00
Suyash Dwivedi Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.80
Afreen Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.80
Abhinav Mishra Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.60
Ayush Katiyar Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.60
Anjika Singh Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.40
Siddhartha Pande Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.40
Eva Sabeeh Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.40
Pranav Upreti Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.20
Abhimanyu Gupta Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 91.00
Shreya Kapoor Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 90.60
Ayushi Varshney Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 90.40
Ritika Rao Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 90.00
Rishabh Jha Indira Nagar ICSE ( Class X ) 90.00
Ansh Khattar Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 96.25
Nikita Chaurasia Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 95.75
Suharsh Mahajan Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 95.50
Barby Joshi Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 94.75
Chitrangee Chandra Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 94.25
Ronit Swaroop Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 92.25
Mudit Bajpai Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 91.75
Abhinav Anant Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 91.50
Devanshi Pandey Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 91.50
Riya Shadwani Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 91.00
Harsh Jha Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 90.50
Nisha Raitani Kanpur Road ISC ( CLASS XII ) 90.50
Saatwik Upadhyay Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 95.75
Varun Mathur Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 94.50
Ishika Chowdhary Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 94.25
Jagdish Bisht Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 94.00
Priya Agarwal Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 94.00
Kriti Singh Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 93.25
Saraswat Ghosh Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 93.00
Jatin Anand Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 92.50
Naman Pandey Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 91.00
Meenakshi Singh Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 90.25
Priya Dwivedi Indira Nagar ISC ( CLASS XII ) 90.00

 

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The 7th two-day B.S. Sood Memorial Inter-School Table Tennis Tournament that began on 29thApril, 2019 at our Gomti Nagar branch was smoothly conducted and drew to a stupendous close on 30thApril, 2019, among much fun and frolic. It was followed by a prize distribution ceremony that was held within the premises.

 

The winners of the tournament were –
1st Position Team Event boys – Spring Dale College Indira Nagar
1st Position Team Event Girls – St. Agnes Loreto Day School

 

Running Trophy for the overall championship was bagged by Spring Dale College, Indira Nagar with 18 points. The trophies and medals were awarded by the President of the institution, Major S.  K. Khanna and the Director, Ms. Sangita Midha while the other Director, Ms. Reeta Khanna delivered vote of thanks and acknowledged the efforts of the guardians, coaches and students. The exciting and fun-filled event came to a close with a promise of meeting the budding players again next year with greater enthusiasm and vigor.

Spring Dale Golden Jubilee Lecture by Padma Shri Ajay Kumar Sood, Distinguished Professor and Physicist on Nature Inspired Physics:  Why Do We Flock Together?, was held today, Monday 22, 2019 at KalaMandap, Kaisharbagh, Lucknow. More then 500 children and teachers attended the lecture from different schools of Lucknow.

Prof. Sood made fascinating linkages between his lab experiments and social phenomenon. He talked about collective behavior seen in many species. He argued how different behaviors can produce same outcomes. His talk challenged the commonly understood notions how no top down orders are required, there is no role of mental templates of orderly flocks, nor is there any role for telepathic communication. Talking about physics of life Prof. Sood said that movement of flocking of birds, marching locusts, and self-propelled particles are related with each other.  Based on his study of more then four decades Prof Ajay Sood said that we could explain patterns of collective behavior and the transition from dis-order to order without any reference to any central command.

Talking of what matters for explaining pattern of behavior is the shape, size and the context in which they individuals move. His lecture was followed by an interactive session with students that lasted more then one hour.

 

Professor Ajay Kumar Sood is President of the Indian National Science Academy (INSA) and Honorary Professor for Physics at the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru. Professor Ajay Sood has made outstanding contributions in both  hard and soft condensed matter that are profound in terms of experimental discovery as well as theoretical understanding. He has developed some of the finest experimental techniques, applied them to discover many fascinating natural phenomena, and used them to design sensitive devices for practical applications. Some of his research interests lie at the interface between physics and biology.

Prof. Sood has been honoured with a large number of prestigious awards which include the S.S. Bhatnagar Award (1990), TWAS prize (2000), G.D. Birla Science Award (2000), Bhabha medal of INSA (2002), Materials Research Society (India) Medal (2000), Millennium Gold Medal of Indian Science Congress (2000), M.N. Saha Birth Centenary Award of the Indian Science Congress (2003-2004), Sir C.V. Raman Award (2003), Goyal prize (2003), National Award in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, DST (2006), Bhatnagar Fellowship of CSIR (2007), G. M. Modi Award (2012), R D Birla Award for Excellence in Physics by IPA (2014), Life Time Achievement Award by Optical Society of India (2016), Distinguished Alumnus Award of IISc (2016) and MRSI Distinguished Material Scientist of the Year (2016).

The Education Foundation Lucknow was founded to take the mission and vision of founders of Spring Dale Institutions (Shri B. S. Sood, 1923 – 1994 and Smt. Krishna Sood, 1928-2013) forward. The Foundation strives to achieve excellence in pedagogy, curriculum and systems of education, improve educational access and find ways to move towards a more equitable, humane and peaceful society by engaging in research, dialogue and advocacy.

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News Paper Coverage

SPRING DALE USHERS INTO THE GOLDEN JUBILEE YEAR

To stand strong for 49 long years and getting ready to celebrate Golden Jubilee year is a thing of honour for any institution.  Spring Dale College takes great pride in initiating the 50thyear celebration .

On 14thJanuary 2019 Golden Jubilee year started with a bang for Spring Dale College, Lucknow, An auspicious day when the school was founded by two eminent educationist who dreamt to have a school for the common man’s ward and reach out to the last child keeping alive Gandhi’s principle of Antodaya.

The inception of the Golden year program saw the presence of Maj. Khanna (Retd), Col. G.S Sood (Retd), Prof. Atul Sood and Dr Navsharan; they were welcomed by the school band. The day’s highlight was the unveiling of the statues of founder Late B.S. Sood and Late Krishna Sood by Col. G.S Sood.

The school is a dream come true for them said Mrs Reeta Khanna (Director and Principal) who thought of imparting quality education to the children of Lucknow. With meager amount and their hard work Mrs & Mr Sood could raise the standard of the school to a level where we see the students excelling in lives and contributing to the society. She briefed the various milestones which the school has crossed to be among the few top notch educational institutes of the city of nawabs.

Mrs. Sangeeta Midha (Director and Principal) invited Col. G.S. Sood (Retd.) to unveil the Golden Year logo of esteemed Spring Dale institution. While the logo was beingunveiled she emphasized the significance of the logo, which symbolizes 50 years of progress, achievement and sustainable growth. The theme for our fiftieth anniversary celebrations is about honouring the past, energizing the future. The colours of the logo is a reflection of our past legacy, an honour and salute to our founders Sir B.S. Sood and Smt. Krishna Sood for laying the foundation of success. The background cream shade depicts elegance and honesty which has a hue of the warmth of brown whereas the earthy brown symbolizes wholesomeness, foundation and stability.  These two colours fulfills our motto of Satyamvad Dharmamchar and is testimony to the humble attitude of the founders and inculcating the same in the students. Golden symbolizes vibrancy, energy, warmth and success.

Prof Atul Sood an eminent global economist  spoke about building new nation based on new parameters merging the golden year theme “honoring the past and energizing the future”. He reiterated that for next 50 years Spring Dale needs to focus on upholding the values established by the founders making education accessible to all weak and strong, and change the perception of how we look at the poor and the left behind in the aspiring new India. New India needs to be sensitive to the issues of secularity and gender. Based on the principles of respect and empowerment for all, the school has plans to celebrate the Golden year with various programs.

The program concluded with an enchanting song composed by the school music teacher Mr. Rahul depicting the ethos, values of the school and congratulating self-celebrating 50thyear.

The Gomti Nagar Branch hosted the 6th Sub Junior Cricket Tournament on 22nd February 2019. Our young cricketers from the three teams got an opportunity to show case their talent on the field.
The three teams Gomti Nagar Royals, Indira Nagar Lions and LDA Super Kings set the ground ablaze with a flurry of sixes and fours. After playing the semifinals with LDA Super Kings, the Gomti Nagar Royals went on to play finals against Indira Nagar Lions. The players of both the teams put up an exceptional show of their batting and bowling skills and thoroughly entertained the audience, who were continuously cheering the players. The captain of Indira Nagar Lions, Ayaan Khan hit a flurry of sixes, took some good wickets and led his team to victory.


The title for the man of the match went to Ishan Rai of Indira Nagar Lions and the man of the series went to Rudransh Sharma of Gomti Nagar Royals who won this for the third year in a row.
It was really enthralling to watch the budding cricketers display their talent and their cricketing skills. All the three teams took the results in a sporting spirit and congratulated each other.

Republic Day Celebration at Gomti Nagar Branch

The 70th Republic Day celebration kick started with the Hosting of the flag followed by few cultural programs by the children. It was followed by the investiture ceremony.

A special red letter day for every SpringDale’ian was celebrated with pride on 14 January 2019. This founder day being special one as we are ushering in the golden jubilee year.

On this day the vision, values and principals of our founder parents were reiterated.

On 24 December 2018, to commemorate the birth anniversary of our founder mother Ma’am Krishna Sood, Roshni – An Annual Children’s Festival, celebrated with great verve and enthusiasm. This year the children showcased and rejoiced in their talent on the theme –
‘These are a few of my favourite…….

24th of December the birth Anniversary of our founder Director Ma’am Krishna Sood is celebrated as Roshni – The Annual Children’s festival. The children marked the day by engaging themselves in various activities related to the theme – ‘These are a few of my favourite…..’

A puppet show was setup by the teachers as kids of any age like to watch it. Some students showcased beautiful shading, poster making, collage and other craft items where as others enthralled everyone by the notes of their guitar and also through their singing. The little ones spoke about their favourite games and their favourite personality. It was fun to watch the kids making eatables without fire.

It was a day marked with celebration and fun.