NEWSLETTER 2017 (October to December)

ABHIVYAKTI

Newsletter

Jaypee Vidya Mandir, Vishnupuram 

Volume-IV                                                                                                Issue-III (October to December, 2017)

CONTENTS

October

02- Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri Birth Anniversary Celebration

07- Class wise Hindi/English Handwriting Competition

14- House Board Decoration Activity

23- Card Making Activity for Pre-Primary Classes

     29- Annual Day Celebration

 

November

     10- Story Telling Competition for Pre-Primary Classes

     14- Children’s Day Celebration

     17- Inter House English Debate Competition for Senior group (VII to X)

     25- Inter House English Debate Competition for Junior group (IV to VI)

     30- Periodic Test-II

 

December

    11- Inter House Skipping Competition for girls

    15- Hindi Handwriting Competition for Pre-Primary Classes

    21- CBSE Inspection for Upgradation to Senior Secondary Level

    22- Christmas Day Celebration/National Mathematics Day

    23- Periodic Test-II Result Declaration/Parents-Teachers Meet

    26- Winter Vacation began for Classes Nursery to IX

    26- Revision classes for Class X

   

 

CAMPUS AT A GLANCE

In the month of October 2017, a number of activities were conducted in our School. October was the busiest month for all of us, as we were occupied with the preparation of our Annual Day Celebration which was held on 28th October, 2017. Apart from this, it was the month of the most awaited festival-Deepawali. The School observed Deepawali break from 17th October to 21st October, 2017. The activities conducted from October to December are given as under:

 

CELEBRATIONS

MAHATMA GANDHI AND LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

 

“Peace is the most powerful weapon of mankind.”- M.K. Gandhi

On 2nd October, 2017, we celebrated the birthdays of two great sons of India i.e. Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri. These were the eminent leaders of our country who played vital roles in shaping the history of modern India. As is well known, Mahatma Gandhi was the leader among freedom fighters who won independence for India. Lal Bahadur Shastri envisioned a developed and prosperous India as the second Prime Minister of the country. The celebration started with the floral tribute to the portraits of Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri by the Principal of the School, Mr. Manoj Joshi. This was followed by a group song and speeches by Ms. Mukul Mishra, TGT (Social Science) and Mr. Deepak Kumar Sharma, TGT (Hindi). In their speeches, the teachers highlighted the contributions of Lal Bahadur Shastri and Mahatma Gandhi respectively. The Compere for 2nd October Celebration was Mrs. Sushma Sati, TGT (English).


ANNUAL DAY CELEBRATION
 

“We build on children’s strengths and celebrate their achievements helping children recognize their accomplishments and experience the joy of learning”.

 

28th October 2017 was a special day for us at Jaypee Vidya Mandir, Vishnupuram. On this day we celebrated our 2nd Annual Day Function with great fanfare. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Shri Chandra Shekhar Joshi Ji, Deputy Conservator of Forests, Nanda Devi National Park, Joshimath. The celebration was graced by the President of School Management Committee, Lt. Gen Ravi Mohan Chadha Ji and Mrs. Sharda Chadha Ji, Vice President, Maj. Gen Shyamadas Choudhuri Ji; Manager, Brig. Ranveer Singh Ji and Dr. Krishnalata Singh Ji along with other dignitaries and distinguished guests. The function was hosted by a group of 26 students from different classes along with Mrs. Sushma Sati, TGT (English).

The theme of the Annual Day Function 2017 was, ‘Unity in Diversity’. The students of the School, through various dances and other performances showed different cultures and traditions of different states of India and conveyed the message of oneness despite diversity of regions, religions and languages. The function began at 2:30 PM with the welcome of the Chief Guest and Lamp Lighting by the dignitaries present on the occasion.

The programme started with invocation of Goddess Shakti through a Vandana. The students presented folk dances from Kashmir, Goa, Gujarat, Punjab, Garhwal, Rajasthan, Assam, and Maharashtra. Dressed in colourful costumes and traditional jewellery of different states, the students mesmerized the audience with their wonderful performances. Apart from dances, the students celebrated diversity of India through a programme on ‘Glimpses of Indian History’ and a mimed play with a strong message of Unity. Presentation of Yoga was a breathtaking performance which was highly appreciated by the entire audience.  The students of Class I held the audience captivated with their Dance-drama based on ‘Religious Festivals of India’. On this occasion, the Students who had shown Academic Excellence in the last Academic Session were felicitated by the Chief Guest with prizes. Thereafter, motivational speeches were made by the Chief Guest and the President of the School Management Committee. The programme concluded with Vote of Thanks by the Manager of the School. One and all present on the occasion appreciated the performances of the students.

  

CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATION

 

“Children are like buds in a garden, and should be carefully and lovingly nurtured, as they are the future of the nation and citizens of tomorrow.”- Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru

 

Every child waits eagerly for the Children’s Day. The birthday of the first Prime Minister of Independent India, Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru, is celebrated as the Children’s Day. He was born on 14th November 1889. He was fond of children and wanted his birthday to be celebrated as Children’s Day. We celebrated Children’s Day with various programmes on 14th November, 2017.  The Morning Assembly on this day was conducted by the teachers. After the assembly the teachers presented poems, group songs and made speeches. Some fun games were also organized for the children. The children were happy to see their teachers performing various things for them. The function was concluded with the address of the Principal.


CHRISTMAS DAY CELEBRATION
 

 

Christmas Day was celebrated in our School on 22nd December, 2017, as the School was closing for Winter Vacation after PTM on 23rd December. The Chief Guest on the occasion was the Vice President of School Management Committee, Maj. Gen. Shyamadas Choudhury Ji.  The function was hosted by Mrs. Deepa Negi, PRT. The programme began with a scintillating dance performance by the Pre-Primary kids. It was fabulous to see them dancing on the tune of Christmas song. When they were dancing, the Santa Claus arrived and danced along with them. It was a treat to watch Santa Claus dancing with tiny tots. This was followed by a melodious Carol sung by the senior students. The function was concluded with the blissful words of the Vice President.

 

NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY CELEBRATION

On 22nd December, 2017, National Mathematics Day was observed in our school. It is celebrated in order to honour the birth anniversary of the famous Mathematician, Sir Srinivasa Ramanujan. He was renowned Mathematician who made remarkable contributions in different fields and branches of Mathematics. To mark the importance of the day, a speech was delivered by the Head Boy of the school, Rahul Chand of class X. He highlighted the significance of the day and achievements of Sir Srinivasa Ramanujan.

COMPETITIONS

HINDI AND ENGLISH HANDWRITING COMPETITION

“I saw that bad handwriting should be regarded as a sign of imperfect education.”

-         Mahatma Gandhi

It is said that good handwriting is clear thinking made visible. To encourage students to develop good hand writing, Class wise English and Hindi Handwriting Competitions were conducted for classes I to VI. English Handwriting Competition was held for the classes I to III and Hindi Handwriting Competition was held for the classes IV to VI. The students were given a paragraph to write. They were judged on the basis of the neatness, punctuation, handwriting and completion of paragraph. The result of the competition is as follows:

 

RESULT OF ENGLISH HANDWRITING COMPETITION

Sl no.

Students’ name

Class

House

Position

1

Jatin Chauhan

I

Tagore

1st

2

Anushka Rawat

I

Subhash

2nd

3

Niharika Saklani

I

Subhash

3rd

4

Manas Sati

II

Bhagat

1st

5

Anahita Panwar

II

Bhagat

2nd

6

Aman Rana

II

Bhagat

3rd

7

Prasoon Saklani

III

Subhash

1st

8

Aamena Hurram

III

Subhash

2nd

9

Shriparna Sati

III

Tagore

3rd

10

Diya Bhatt

III

Nehru

3rd

 

RESULT OF HINDI HANDWRITING COMPETITION

Sl no.

Students’ name

Class

House

Position

1

Lavanya Bonal

IV

Nehru

1st

2

Sharanya Rawat

IV

Subhash

2nd

3

Divyansh

IV

Bhagat

3rd

4

Monika

V

Subhash

1st

5

Sarthak Rawat

V

Bhagat

2nd

6

Arjun Rana

V

Subhash

3rd

7

Saffa Tahreem

VI

Nehru

1st

8

Ishnigdha Dhyani

VI

Nehru

1st

9

Vidhi Raturi

VI

Tagore

2nd

10

Prachi Bhatt

VI

Bhagat

3rd

 

 

 

 

STORY TELLING COMPETITON

Small kids are always fond of listening and telling stories. As they listen to the stories, they reach in the world of imagination. This imagination helps them to learn the things rapidly and boost creativity. In order to develop their imagination skills and vocabulary power, a Story Telling Competition was conducted on 10th November, 2017 for the Pre-Primary kids. They narrated the stories with actions. The result of the competition is as follows:

 

Sl. No

Students’ name

Class

Position

1

Yashvi Haldony

Nursery

1st

2

Sanskriti Pujari

Nursery

2nd

3

Ansh Panwar

Nursery

3rd

4

Satvik Singh

LKG

1st

5

Luv Kumar Singh

LKG

2nd

6

Reshmi Singh

LKG

3rd

7

Shruti

UKG

1st

8

Aditi Narayan

UKG

2nd

9

Sanskriti Rawat

UKG

3rd

 

ENGLISH DEBATE COMPETITION

 

Debate is a part of public speaking. A good debater has to convince a large audience with his/her viewpoint. These points may be either in agreement or in opposition to popular sentiments. Clarity of thoughts and knowledge of the subject of debate helps an individual to put forward his/her argument confidently, while facing a huge crowd.  In view of this, Inter-house English Debate Competitions were held in our school on 17th and 25th November, 2017 for the Senior (Class VII-X) and Junior (Class IV-VI) category, respectively. There were two participants each from every house in both the categories. The topic of the debate for Senior category was ‘Private cars should be banned’ and for Junior category was ‘Watching television is good’. The participants were well prepared for the debate. Everyone tried to put in his best effort to win the competition. The efforts of the participants were appreciated by the Principal. He encouraged the students to take part enthusiastically in such activities, whenever they are conducted in the school. The result of the competition is as follows:-

Sl. No

Category

Students’ Name

Class

House

Position

1

 

Senior

Smriti Pandey

IX

Tagore

1st

2

Shalini Bhatt

VIII

Nehru

2nd

3

Sakshi Rawat

IX

Nehru

3rd

1

 

Junior

Jyoti Dhyani

VI

Tagore

1st

2

Mahi Sharma

V

Bhagat

2nd

3

Suryansh Lodha

V

Nehru

3rd

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HINDI HANDWRITING COMPETITION FOR PRE-PRIMARY WING

Pre-Primary classes are the first step to inculcate good and neat handwriting. At this initial age, children are motivated to write neatly and fairly. Keeping this in view, a Hindi handwriting competition was held for the kids of Nursery, LKG and UKG. The students were told to take down the words and sentences written on the chalkboard. They all tried their best to write and win the competition. The result of this competition is as under:

Sl. No

Students’ name

Class

Position

1

Rishant Bisht

Nursery

1st

2

Ishant Sati

Nursery

2nd

3

Chhavi

Nursery

3rd

4

Aditya Kumar

LKG

1st

5

Manas Joshi

LKG

2nd

6

Parth Chamola

LKG

3rd

7

Abhay Rana

UKG

1st

8

Samriddhi Rawat

UKG

2nd

9

Bhavika Rautela

UKG

3rd

 

SPORTS  COMPETITIONS

In today’s world we cannot deny the significance of Sports and Games, as they are the best source of physical and mental energy. In order to develop the habits of keeping the body fit, an Inter-house Skipping Competition was held in the month of December for the girls of classes VI to X. The competition was organized by the PET, Ms. Suneeta Rawat. She instructed the girls about the rules which were to be followed during the competition. The girls were very excited to showcase their talent to prove that they are best Skipping players. The result of the competition is as follows:

 

Sl. No

Students’ name

Class

House

Position

1

Suchita Negi

VIII

Tagore

1st

2

Anjali Negi

VI

Nehru

2nd

3

Kumari Seema

VII

Bhagat

3rd

 

ACTIVITIES

 

HOUSE BOARD DECORATION ACTIVITY

 

On 14th  October, 2017, a House Board decoration activity was held in the school. As the festival of lights was around the corner, we decided to decorate our House Boards on the theme of  Deepawali. The students brought colourful and bright decorative items to be put up for display on their respective House Boards. The children enjoyed the House Board Decoration activity a lot and made good efforts to make their House Board more attractive than others.

PERIODIC TEST-II

In the month of November-December , Periodic Test-II was conducted for the classes I to X. The performance of the students was evaluated by the teachers in order to know the progress of the children in academics. The examination commenced on 30th November and lasted till 8th December, 2017. The result for the same was declared on 23rd December, 2017 in Parent- Teachers Meeting.

 

 

CBSE INSPECTION FOR UPGRADATION TO SENIOR SECONDARY LEVEL

CBSE inspection of the school for upgradation to Senior Secondary Level was held on 21st December, 2017. A Committee of two members constituted by CBSE visited our School and inspected teaching-learning process and available facilities in the School.

 

WINTER VACATION

After Christmas Day Celebration at School, everybody awaited the announcement of Winter Vacation. The school closed for Winter Vacation on 26th December, 2017, to reopen on 1st February, 2018.  For the preparation for Board Examination 2018, the preplanned revision classes began for the Class X on 26th December, 2017.

 

We feel immense pleasure to publish 3rd issue of the Newsletter 2017-18. In this volume we share the news and happenings of JVM, Vishnupuram to the entire group. We wish you all a very Happy and Prosperous New Year 2018.

Happy reading!

 

With thanks   

Patron- Mr. Manoj Joshi, Principal

Editor: Mrs. Sushma Sati, TGT (English)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
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