“When you are living the best version of yourself, you inspire others to live the best versions of themselves.” Today school celebrated Inspirational Day on the death anniversary of Late Mrs. Glory Mathews, wife of our founder Sir Late Dr. Mathews Daniel and mother of our chairman Dr. Manis K. Mathews. Firstly Principal, Vice Principal, Teachers and students offered flowers on the picture then Mrs. Gracy Mathews spoke about her life and said that the real tribute is to follow her ideals. She was a woman with a gold heart. She was the inspiration of not only us but many. She inspired everyone to work hard as she also worked hard and helped others at extent she could.
Childrens Day Celebration
“Every child is a different kind of flower, and all together, makes this world a beautiful garden”. On the occasion of children’s day school organized a surprise program for students. Program started with offering flowers in front of our first Prime minister and ‘Pyare Chachaji’ of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. The programme was anchored and different performances like dancing, singing began, different types of games were kept for students in different categories like junior, middle and higher. At the end Chairman and Principal wished all the students and said that childhood is the best part of our life we all should keep a pure heart like children. They also appreciated all the teachers for their efforts and suggested students, having seen their teacher’s efforts they should give their good results as return gift to them. The center of attraction for the students was the refreshment which they got, like perk, samosa, muffins. In all it was a great day for all of us. Indeed it seems the Children’s Day.
Social Science Presentation
Students of class VIII “B” presented various topics under their subject Enrichment Activity, based on women and reforms various topics were presented like provisions for women in constitution of India, step taken by government of India for women empowerment organisations working for womens and contribution of various reformers in women upliftment. These presentation were based on status of women in India Society. Presentation was done with the charts made by student only
“Festivals are fun for kids, fun for parents and offer a welcome break from the stresses”. Holidays are always enjoyfull for students before going on holidays. School celebrated Diwali in school. Students of different classes done different activities like poems, songs, thoughts, speech, play etc. To spread awareness our students played a beautiful and effective street play which showed harm of bursting crackers. They made others students aware not to burst crackers as crackers are not only harmfull for us but also for environment, birds etc. students of our primary group gave handmade greeting cards to all teachers and helping hands. Principal Mrs. Anita Bajpai blessed the students and wished everyone to have a happy diwali. She also suggested to celebrate a safe Diwali. Vice Principal Mr. Parmendra Daryani also wished everyone and told that Diwali is a biggest festival of Indian culture.
A Commerce quiz was conducted for commerce student of class 11th and 12th . First screening test was conducted in which 20 students were selected and then they were divided in 5 teams named (MD, CEO, CFO, financial officer. Promoters owners). Quiz was conducted in 4 rounds i.e. basics of commerce, situation Analysis, Picture identification, rapid fire management gare.Question were asked to students who were in audience students enjoyed and learnt a lot through out the quiz.Finally school got commerce masters. Managing Director 1st position and team Chief Financial Officers stood 2nd .
CBSE Cluster Kabbadi Tournament
School’s Kabbadi team went to play CBSE Cluster Kabbadi Tournament 2019-20 in DPSG, DAMOH. Total 107 teams participated in the Cluster our school participated in three categories, under 17 Boys, under 19 Boys, and under 19 Girls..
Our School adds one more feather in its crown by winning CBSE Cluster under 19 Girls played with different team and qualified for nationals. Under 19 boys became runners up.
Arti Ahirwar of under 19 girls team got best player trophy.
Dr. Manis K. Mathwes (Chairman) and Mrs. Anita Bajpai (Principal) congratulated all the teams for their outstanding performance and wished good luck for Nationals in November in Sonpath, Haryana.
A time for celebration, a time for victory of good over evil, a time when world sees the best example of power of good. Let us continue the same true spirit.
Dussehra is the most significant festival of the Hindu religion it is also called Vijayadashmi (Victory day) on this pious occasion school celebrated Dussehra, students gave speech on Vijayadshmi. Recited poems, at the end all the students and teachers came together and performed Garba Dance as it is special dance, performed on Navratri. Student enjoyed alot and treasured the memory before Dussehra vacations.
Gandhi Jayanti Celebration
“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” School celebrated 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi with great enthusiasm on 2nd Oct. The celebration started with prayer ‘vaishnav janto’ and chanting of name of ‘Ram’ (Ramdhun) followed by tribute given to Gandhiji by offering flowers by the Chairman, Principal, Vice principal, teachers and students. Different activities were conducted on this occasion like poem recitation based on Father of the nation, painting based on ‘Say no to Single use plastic’ etc. Different teachers shared their views, Mrs. Rashmi and Mrs. Neelesh gave lecture on ‘life incidents of Gandhiji’, Mrs. Tarkeshvari completion of reading of famous book ‘Hind Swaraj’. Mrs. Meenakshi and Mrs. Simran made students aware about Gandhiji’s life in the form of quiz. After that a movie ‘Gandhi’ was shown to students on the life of Gandhiji, to inculcate the ideals, thoughts and working of Gandhiji in students. At the end, Principal addressed students and mentioned that as government of India has taken a good step to ban the use of single use plastic, we should also take part in the change, as Gandhiji said that “Be the change that you want to see in others”.