The Book-Reading & Film-Viewing Club
The Book-Reading & Film-Viewing Club provides the students with a safe space to express their interests and an opportunity to refine their literary expression through reviewing.
The club is open for students from classes 9th-12th, filled with enriching activities and interaction. It serves as a refreshing break from daily life. Numerous literary works have been discussed, including classics such as To Kill a Mockingbird and Little Women. The team attempts to make it as diverse as possible by tapping into various genres, including sci-fi, horror, psychological thrillers, et cetera.
The TED club is the newest member of the Mayo family. It was introduced in 2020 to give effervescent students a platform to express their thoughts. This forum hones the skills of each student and provides them with the opportunity to interact with a large variety of people who share their success stories and even the life challenges faced by them. The club hosts events like ‘Dare to Dream’ which serves as a platform to enhance the confidence in every student to come up with their own life stories, passion and multifaceted domains that attract their interest. ‘Pride of Mayo’ another TED Event is organised to acquaint and inspire our students with great work and stories of our Alumni. The club is proudly crafted by the ignited minds of and for our students.
The Quiz Club of our school is one of the most sought-after activities. We have more than seventy students enrolled from classes 9-12. From famous fictional villains, like Uriah Heap, to the Grammy Awards and true pop culture icons, like The Carters, the Quiz Club is a place to discuss and learn about everything under the sun. Here, we teach students the importance of lateral thinking, problem solving and reasoning. The Quiz Club is also the perfect place to gain exposure into the competitive world, with quizzes being one of the most widely conducted Inter-School Competitions.
Gardening Club (for Jamila Singh House Students)
Gardening is a versatile hobby. It fosters good mind and body health through experiential learning. Besides, they understand, realise and learn the importance of regular and timely care required for not only the plants but for humans to bloom to their fullest. It helps the students to raise their self-esteem through the satisfaction of seeing their hard work bear fruits. This also raises their health and happiness quotient, hence results in making a responsible and happy person.
Photography is art in its way. It allows artists to present perspectives and allows the audience to interpret them in any way possible. Our students are exposed to a great amount of photography and are taught different methods of it as well. The students have learnt interesting things such as making pinhole cameras. The photography club is given utmost importance when capturing moments in Mayo and presenting them in the regular newsletters and the Annual School Magazine.
The Robotics club at Mayo college Girls’ School, is a student driven after school activity held once a week, where students from classes 9th-12th come together and take part in various projects and experiments based on different parameters of physics such as Gas Laws, Hydraulics, Archimedes Principle etc. Robotics club gives the students an opportunity for overall development, it helps them become confident, develop teamwork, and enhance a student’s STEM skills and their creativity by having them consistently think out of the box.
Jamila Singh Literary Club
( for Jamila Singh House Students )
At the Jamila Singh Literary Club, we adopt a communicative approach for enhancing the speaking skills of the students of the club. The literary club conducts activities intending to inculcate amongst students a love for both the English and Hindi languages and develop the four language skills- reading, writing, listening and speaking. The objective of this club is to promote literary zeal amongst the students and help them to think critically and analytically. The students who are engaged in this club are from classes IV, V and VI.
Model United Nations Club
Model United Nations is an academic simulation of the United Nations where students play
the role of delegates from different countries and attempt to solve real-world issues with the
policies and perspectives of their assigned country. At MCGS, the MUN Club helps students develop highly useful skills related to diplomacy, persuasion, communication, teamwork, problem-solving and more. The MUN club requires students to keep up with worldly affairs and understand them from different perspectives. This enhances one’s knowledge and helps broaden one’s mindset while building their confidence.
Prakriti – Environment Club
‘Prakriti – Environment Club” at Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer we believe that it is our responsibility to keep it clean and green and to achieve this goal works for it. The club comprises the students of grade IX to XII. The students are engaged in various activities and discussions based on environmental topics such as climate change, biotechnology and SDGs etc. The purpose of the club is to inspire students to work collectively towards environment protection and to sensitise them towards it, while consistently helping the students to be creative and confident individuals. It encourages them to work towards the betterment of the environment and raise awareness against various environmental problems of the 21st century.
World Scholar’s Cup Club
The World Scholar’s Cup is an international academic tournament that brings together many subjects and helps in expanding the mind. It challenges teams to work together, because there’s nothing harder or more inspiring than knowing that someone else depends on you. It deals with serious global issues without taking itself too seriously, because before we can fall in love with learning, we have to find the fun in learning.
The event comprises three main events: Scholar’s Quiz which is based on six interesting and new subjects, Collaborative Writing which gives children the liberty to write what they believe in without the constrictions of formats, and lastly the Team Debate event which allows the students to speak on topics of importance with a twist of their own interpretation of the world.
It aims to motivate all students to grow and be a part of themselves as well as inspires to create a global community which focuses on universal brotherhood and acceptance.
At Mayo College Girls’ School, we host the Ajmer regional round for WSC with students participating from all over the country. This two-day event is the first step for many of our students to make a mark in the Tournament of Champions.
The WSC club became a part of the MCGS Curriculum in 2020, with the integration of the WSC club which aims to foster and prepare the students for the event. It aims to teach and help the students practice the WSC syllabus including collaborative writing and debate in a fun and invigorating way which empowers the students to learn more and celebrate learning beyond four cemented walls.
Information technology is a broad field that continues to widen. Understanding different dimensions of computing is part of the necessary skill set for an educated person in the 21st century. The MCGS IT Club teaches students how to use different multimedia software which not only offers great opportunities for true creativity and innovativeness but also gives students an extra edge in everything. The IT club is open to students from classes 9th to 12th.The students are taught and made experts in this field with brain teasing activities every week and many interactive competitions both Inter House and Inter School throughout the year.