Showing posts from January, 2013


You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives.  Thus, with this a counseling session was held for class X whereinour principal ma’am took their session on counseling them to pursue a goal by simple funfilled activities and injected them with life skills .                           The students interacted interestingly and put in their efforts to perform as a better team. They were also motivated in the counseling session to awaken their interest towards their future. 
SMART goal formation was discussed. With the help of pebbles, sand and water the theory of time management and to set the priorities according to the importance was also taught. By different games session team building was introduced to them. Students really involved with the session and had their share of learning too!
Hence, it is rightly said that’ Children have to be educated, but t…

64th Republic Day, celebration!!!!

Republic Day, celebrated on January 26th every year, is one of India’s most important national events. It was on January 26th, 1950 that the constitution of India came in force and India became a truly Sovereign, Democratic and Republic state.                         On this day India finally enjoyed the freedom of spirit, rule of law and fundamental principle of governance. The patriotic fervour of the Indian people on this day brings the whole country together even in her embedded diversity.
Thus, in our school also we celebrated the 64th Republic Day with great splendour. We were honoured with the charisma of Sardar Jasbeer Singh ji (our treasurer sir) as our chief guest, accompanied by our esteemed secretary sir and principal ma’am. The programme initiated with unfurling of the national flag followed by the national anthem. Then onwards the students showed their magnificent march past, the pupil also presented a short and sweet skit on unity and secularism, the senior performed a patr…

Present a Leader Competition!

The real leader has no need to lead--he is content to point the way. A leader plays a very important role; a leader is a representative-who represents his country. The air that we breathe freely is only because of the great leaders who fought for us thus, to give those leaders a mark of respect we conducted present a leader competition both at primary and senior levels.
The primary students represented a scene from the life of unforgotten leaders like Mahatma Gandhi, Chandra Shekhar Azad, Bhagat Singh and Jhansi Rani etc on the other hand the senior students represented themselves as a leader and narrated their life and great works. The competition ended with motivating facts about leaders.


Date: 5/01/2013
The word Sukhmani literally means Peace in your mind. This set of Hymns or Bani is frequently recited in their places of worship called Gurdwaras and at home. The full recital takes about 90 minutes and is normally undertaken by everyone in the congregation. Thus, on 5th January at the outset of the New Year a Sukhmani Sahib Path was organized in the school, for the well being and prosperity of all. The Sukhmani Sahib Path started at 9:30 a: m, path was done by the sangat. We were indeed blessed and honoured with the presence of our Chairman Sir Sardar Ajaypal Singh ji and our treasurer sir Sardar Jasbeer Singh ji.
  The Ragis (MASTAN JI AND GROUP) of gurudwara RAJA PARK performed shabad singing. Our students both seniors and pre primary also performed shabad singing after the path. There was a peaceful atmosphere; it was a treasure giving singing to bless all with happiness and pleasure.

             After the Shabad singing “Ardaas” was done by Gyani Jagdish Singh ji, fo…

CLASS-WISE Skit Competition III,IV, & V

Date: 31.12.12

                                    A skit captures the audience and improves your powers of persuasion. A skit sometimes plays the role of an eye opener and conveys a message of learning by scenic presentation. 

Thus, to enhance the interactive skills of the students and to express ethical lessons through a presentation an interclass skit competition was organized for the students of primary section. 
They beautifully dramatized their skits; all the students performed wonderfully teaching us commonly forgotten moral values. Their presentation and hard work was highly appreciable. The competition ended by a moral story narrated to us by principal ma’am. III B Class was declared the winner.