Republic Day was celebrated by the staff and students of Sri Guru Datta High School with patriotic fervour. Y.S. Sarma, the head of chain of educational institutions, hoisted the national flag and spoke to the gathering about the sanctity of the occasion and the role played by the Constitutional makers, with particular reference to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.
School principal Padmaja threw light on various tasks to be undertaken by the present students who are the future citizens of the country. Cultural activities were held and the gathering was treated with some spectacular musical feats.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Vidyashram celebrated 67th Republic Day with great enthusiasm. Chief guest Chanda M. Pandit, IA & AS, NIRD and chairman of the School Managing Committee hoisted the national flag.
School principal welcomed the chief guest, distinguished guests, invitees and parents. The chief guest said on the occasion that students should be brave and face all the challenges with courage. She asked all the students to be responsible so that they can perform their role as good citizens.
Karnataka Academy of Mathematics had conducted 16th International Maths Talent Search Exam, in which 6 of our students received gold medals at national, state and district levels. K. Taruni of class IX received a merit certificate for her outstanding performance in Art & Painting Competition on Road Safety organised by the Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC).
Students of Sister Nivedita School celebrated Republic Day in which children of SNS School and teachers took part. School director Harihara Prasad hoisted the national flag. In his address, he saluted the efforts of the national leaders in building an independent, republic nation and recalled various anecdotes related to his childhood days. He applauded the work of the teaching fraternity, emphasising the need to develop strong moral values among children. School principal Jayanthi Venkataraman, in her speech, reiterated the importance of education and the role of teachers in moulding the young minds, preparing them to lead the country towards development.The 67th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur by Jubilee Hills Public School on the school premises on January 26. An air of patriotic fervour permeated the atmosphere. The chief guest, K. Krishnadev Rao, president, Jubilee Hills Education Society; chairman A. Murali Mukund, principal M. Varalakshmi, academic director G. Sree Devi, managing committee members of the Jubilee Hills Education Society, parents, staff and students attended the event. Mr. Krishnadev Rao unfurled the national flag. The chief guest said that people should follow the rules of the land in order to become better citizens. Principal alVaralakshmi, in her speech, said that a nation’s culture resides in its people. She said that we as citizens should strive to develop the country.
A variety of cultural programmes mesmerised the audience. A few sports events were also organised. The chief guest gave away prizes to the winners.
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Public School, Jubilee Hills, celebrated Republic Day. S. Gopalakrishnan, IA&AS(Retd), chairman, School Managing Committee, was the chief guest. Senior principal C. Rama Devi and vice-principal M.R. Shashikala were also present. Mr. Gopalakrishnan reminded the gathering to execute their duties well.
Later, the drill display was followed by Kolatam by the students of classes VII and VIII.
The students of St. Andrews School expressed their spirit of unity and secularism on the occasion of 67th Republic Day celebrations. The students staged a street play on corruption. Through the play, students brought to the fore certain ways through which corruption can be checked. The celebration continued with song and dance competitions and speeches that reminded the students of the sacrifices made by the freedom fighters.
Sports Day celebrated
Pallavi Model School, Alwal celebrated Sports’ Day recently in Alwal cricket ground to promote the idea that sports is that part of life which makes learning holistic.
Brig. J.S. Raj Purohit attended as chief guest for the event ‘Kallosthenos’ – exercise without using machines. The chairman of Pallavi Educational Society also graced the occasion. After hoisting the school flag and the sports flag by the chief guest, the school captains and the four houses declared their motto. After declaration of the sports meet open, the torch was lit and a victory run was taken out. Achievers of the year 2014-15 were rewarded.
Jubilee Hills School ranked No. 1
The contribution and performance of Jubilee Hills Public School in the education sector has been recognised and is ranked No. 1 in Hyderabad by a recent survey conducted by Asia’s premier magazine, Digital Learning. The school has been ranked No. 1 in parameters such as academic outcomes, goodwill, legacy and reputation, future ready academic infrastructure, enrichment of learning experience and career advancement.
Chairman A. Murali Mukund, principal M. Varalakshmi and academic director G. Sree Devi expressed their heartfelt thanks to all the staff and students for the hard work that they have put in through all these years which brought laurels to the school.
KG Day celebrated
NSKK High School celebrated its KG Day on January 9 with tiny tots making merry on the occasion. K.P. Thampan, chairman, NSKK was the chief guest and E. Vipinan, secretary, NSKK, presided over the event.
UKG students Kavya. K mesmerised the audience with her Cindrella performance. Chief guest Mr. Thampan and other members of the management distributed prizes.
5K, 3K run held
On a pleasant, wintry but warm, Sunday morning of January 24, around 500 students lined up to join the 5k Run and 3k Run held at Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Public school, Jubilee Hills, (Vidyashram) to promote a healthy lifestyle. The 5K run was held from school to Dr. Ambedkar Open University and back to school. The 3K run was held from the school to Peddamma temple. In her welcome address, senior principal Rama Devi said running is a vital and energetic part of one’s life. S. Gopalakrishnan, Chairman SMC (School Managing Committee), said in his speech that education should not only produce citizens with economical self, but also produce healthy citizens.
AMS P. Obul Reddy Public School hosted a training programme in Mathematics for class X teaching faculty. The programme was conducted by Center of Excellence for Teachers (CBSE). The workshop was inaugurated by S.V. Rao, the chairman of Andhra Mahila Sabha, P. Obul Reddy Educational Academy.
He formally welcomed the resource persons Varalakshmi, principal of Jubliee Hills Public School, Poola Deepa, a senior teacher, Jubliee Hills School, and participants from various parts of the State. He said the aim was to bring together accomplished math teachers under one roof. Secretary E. Narasimha Rao, in his address, appealed to the teacher fraternity to incorporate the teaching methods that the workshop has empowered them with.
Principal of AMS P.Obul Reddy Public School, Anjali Razdan, addressed the gathering and laid emphasis on the importance of mathematics by giving best of the anecdotes.
Sports Meet held
Springfield School, Masab Tank and Toli Chowki, jointly organised the Annual Sports Meet ‘SYNERGY 2016’ on the eve of Republic Day at KVBR Indoor Stadium. Chief guest Arshad Ayub, President of Hyderabad Cricket Association and guest of honour M.A.M. Rizwan, Commandant (Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India), Captain Vignesh, 47th Infentry Brigade, Alexander Francis, Administrator of SATs and others took part.
Sarwar Babukhan, founder of SFS group of schools, Anjum Babukhan, director of SFS group of schools felicitated the school toppers for the academic year 2014 –2015 with a cash award of Rs. 10,000 and a rolling trophy.
Asma Subhana, senior principal, shared the school’s vision of keeping an inclusive and positive environment that celebrates diversity and talents of students.
Annual Day celebrated
Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Atmakuri Rama Rao School celebrated their Annual Day on January 27. It was presided over by chief guest S. Gopalakrishnan, chairman of School Managing Committee.
The programme began with the welcome address by the school principal A. Rani followed by the annual report which highlighted various achievement of the school.
Report on Annual Sports Day 2013
School of Education organized a one day Sports day for its students of B.Ed and MA Education on the 16th of February 2013. Its objective was to develop in the students a sporting spirit, a venue to display their physical prowess and gain hands on experience of organizing a sports day at a school in future. The day was scheduled to begin at 7:30am at the Christ University campus, where the students assembled near the auditorium block. Two buses were utilized to transport the students to the Christ University Kengeri campus which was the venue of the Sports Day. All required arrangements were made there. On reaching the campus at 9:00 am, there was short break for tea. Ample seating arrangement and a tent was erected on the vast sporting grounds of the campus.
The inauguration commenced at 9:30 am with an invocation song. This was followed by a welcome and inaugural speech by the chief guest Prof. Glady Jacob, administrator, Christ University, Kengeri campus his words of wisdom, especially drawn from his own personal life were inspiring and it set the tone for the day. Prof. Jose Cherian, Head of Department, School of Education, Christ University declared the sports day open.
The judges for the day were eminent and experienced sports referees Mr. A Nagarjuna and Mr. M.S Nagarjuna. They guided all the sports events of the day with their fair and unbiased judgement. They patiently explained the rules of the games scheduled and graced the sports day with their expertise.
The sports events kicked off with a motivating example set by the walking race for the faculty members of the School of Education. After this exciting start the various events lined up for the day quickly progressed.
The students of School of Education were divided into 5 teams of 20 each with a faculty guide for each team. Exciting and energetic names were given to each group- Blue whales, Red bulls, White tigers and Black jaguars. Teams designed flags for their teams too.
100, 200 and 400m race for both boys and girls was organized. The much anticipated mixed relay race and boy’s sack race was followed by shot put and discus throws for both boys and girls. Long jump for boys and girls was followed by the girls three legged race which saw maximum participation. The events were finished off with the most energetic and cheered tug of war for the girls where all the members of the team competed against each other.
After announcement of the winners by Ms. Greta D’Souza, the medals and certificate was distributed by Fr. Thomas TV, Director of the School of Education to the winners of each event. Overall best performance in all events was also awarded and the winning team was also applauded. His speech stressed the importance of sporting sprit. The prize distribution ceremony was completed by 1:30pm, and was completed with a photo session. The students were then led to the cafeteria for lunch.
At 2pm Fr. Thomas TV, Director of the School of Education led the students on a guided campus tour which interactive while he patiently answered all questions and enthusiastically explained the Christ University attempts to maintain a green and eco friendly campus. This tour was greatly appreciated by the students. The tour ended at 3:30 pm and then the students boarded buses for the trip back to the main campus.
It was an exciting day for the students of School of Education and the returning trip was filled with lots of nostalgic memories of the eventful and educational day. It highlighted the importance of the sports and a sporting spirit to these future teachers.
Sports CoordinatorDr. Samson Victor