Children have their own world with fancy and imaginations. What they want to be in their life is a matter of great interest. Their lives start taking shapes from the early childhood. They are always fascinated by different types of professions.A Fancy Dress Competition was organized by the school where the students participated enthusiastically. They dressed themselves according to different people in the society and acted like them. Even they presented some sort of dialogues to add to their appearance. The judges applauded the students for their novel ideas and performance.
Hasya Kavita was organized in the school to encourage the students in the field of Hindi literature. Hindi department finalized certain rules for the competition. All were made aware with the rules and the topics for the poems. The department teachers checked the poems written by the students before the read in the stage. The students participated in the competition eagerly as the choices were of their interests. Before a week Mrs Manorama read out the rules for the competition.
All the students came with the Hindi poems. Miss Noor and Mrs Maya anchored the program. The selected poems were read on the stage during the morning assembly. They were appreciated by their schoolmates and the teachers. On behalf of the school management, Mr Mangesh and Mr Parag congratulated them for their participation and honoured with the certificates.
Some children are blessed with the various types of talents such as dancing, acting, drawing, colouring, etc. The main aim to conduct the activities is to encourage and give proper shape to their inner talents. Mono Action was also organized with the same intentions. day the students came dressed according to their roles and practiced. They were judged on the basis of their dialogue delivery, content and presentation. Mrs Jatashree, Mr Mangesh and Mr Parag congratulated the winners for their performance.
The respective class teachers guided their students to deliver the dialogues effectively. On the day the students came dressed according to their roles and practiced. They were judged on the basis of their dialogue delivery, content and presentation. Mrs Jatashree, Mr Mangesh and Mr Parag congratulated the winners for their performance.
It is said that handwriting is a mirror of the personality as it reflects the neatness and discipline in us. Keeping this in consideration, we planned the Handwriting competition for the students of classes I to IV & Calligraphy competition for classes VI to X. It improves their writing and creativity as well. The students put their pens to paper to present beautiful and meaning thoughts. All the students participated in the competitions and they were assessed following certain rubrics. Afterwards they were honoured with the certificates in the following morning assembly by Mr. Mangesh.