Friday, 31 October 2014


Date:- 1/11/14
Plastic bags are used by everybody. You get them, right from a vegetable vendor to a designer store. But, most of us are blissfully off the repercussions that are occurring and can take place in the future. These plastic bags Litter the Landscape, Kill Animals, and are Non-biodegradable. They are not only non-biodegradable, but are one of the major pollutants of the sea.
So in order to spread awareness among the students “ Say No To Plastic Bags “ house wise competition was held in which each house had to make alternative to plastic bags with the help of waste cloth or jute material.
Five students from each house were selected and were given time to prepare the bags with their material.
The participants displayed their passion for the activity and very ingeniously prepared bags out of waste jeans, jute and cotton material. The participants also marvelously decorated their bags to make it more eye-catching and handy.
Thus it was a small step taken by our students for a clean and green environment.


Thursday, 30 October 2014

National Unity Day!!

As per CBSE guidelines, the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, was celebrated as Rashtriya Ekta Divas(National Unity Day) on 31st October.
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel was the leader who played a significant role in integration of India, persuading more than five hundred self-governing princely states to merge their separate rights and become one country. To educate students about the importance of observing National Unity Day Ms. Rashmi Soman shared significance of the day. She also shared role of each individual towards attaining the absolute state of unity, integrity and security.
 Later, the Head Boy of the school took a pledge followed by the students resonating a fervent urge to work whole heartedly for unity of country. This occasion provided us an opportunity to reaffirm the inherent strength and resilience of our nation to withstand the actual and potential threats to the unity, integrity and security of our country. At the end “Run For Unity” activity was conducted wherein students, after undertaking the pledge, took laps of the sports ground to mark the run for unity.

Thus the celebration of Rashtriya Ekta Diwas (National Unity Day) ended with a resolve reverberating in each person’s heart to contribute for the unity of India.

Sunday, 19 October 2014

Diwali Celebrated


India is a land of many festivals and each state and community celebrates several festivals in a year. Diwali is one such occasion. Diwali, a festival of light and prosperity which symbolizes victory of good over evil and of light over darkness to educate the significance of diwali, there was a programme organsied in the school on 18th oct. 
The celebration commenced with a poem based on diwali, describing its fervour with which it is celebrated and presented by students of class-I. Later a skit was performed depicting the legend of lord Rama that how he defeated Ravana, who kidnapped Sita, The wife of Lord Rama. Diwali signifies the homecoming of Lord Rama after exile of fourteen years. In the end, a song was presented by a group of students, describing how diwali brings happiness, laughter and prosperity to the society. Thus programme ended with festive note.

Friday, 10 October 2014

Navratra & Dussehra Celebrated

Date:- 1-10-14
Navratra & Dussehra was celebrated in Pre primary wing of the school. Students came in their traditional dresses with dandiya as Garba dance was organized for our tiny tots.
A short skit based on epic Ramayan was presented by the students under the guidance of their teachers. The skit depicted “Raavan Vadh”.

Teachers gave the details about the festival. At last the students and teachers enjoyed the programmed very much.