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Celebration / Competition 2018-19

PRIDE FOR OUR NATIONAL LANGUAGE EXPRESSED EVERY INCH AT HINDI DIWAS CELEBRATIONS

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Our School celebrated Hindi Rashtrabhasha Diwas at its campus on the 14th of September 2018. A Special Celebration was organized to mark the occasion. Principal Dr. Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, School Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, Co – ordinator of Pre - Primary section Mrs. Shubhangi Kulkarni teachers & students were present for the occasion.

The event began with an audio –visual song presentation; highlighting the significance of Hindi as a national language. Therafter, Hindi teacher for the Primary section, Mrs. Trupti Brijwasi presented a speech on the significance of Hindi as a national language; and its growing significance in the country and globally.

Students presented a Skit highlighting the concept of imbibing Swadeshi in language, daily life and using it as a means to create mass awakening; titled:” Swadeshi Ka Ho Prasaar”. Student of Std VIII, Master Himanshu Jha presented a self – composed poem on the importance of giving equal dignity to Hindi which has other India languages as co- sisters.

Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola guided the organizing of the celebrations. Co-ordinator Mrs. Banda, Hindi Teachers Mrs. Rachana Sisodiya, Mrs. Deepika Kannao, Mrs. Rajlakshmi Gupta, Mrs. Trupti Brijwasi, Mrs. Chandrakala Sharma, Mrs. Kamlesh Singh & Mr Mahesh Cheche organised the proceedings of the event.

C.C.A. in charge Miss Swaleha Mujawar compeered the session &also proposed the Vote of Thanks.

Learning Outcomes: Students demonstrated a sense of pride for the national language of their country.

MOTHER OF ALL INDIAN LANGUAGES –SANSKRIT CELEBRATED AT OUR SCHOOL

SANSKRIT CELEBRATED AT OUR SCHOOL SANSKRIT CELEBRATED HELD AT OUR SCHOOL
SANSKRIT CELEBRATED AT OUR SCHOOL SANSKRIT CELEBRATED AT OUR SCHOOL
SANSKRIT CELEBRATED AT OUR SCHOOL

Our S.B. Patil Public witnessed a week-long celebration of Sanskrit language at its Campus between 27th August to 1st September 2018.The Week was marked by arrangements for conducting the Daily Morning Assembly Activities in Sanskrit language viz. commands, pledge etc. As part of their daily assembly activity, students recited the sacred Ganesh Atharvasheersh mantra. Students also recited some ‘Shlokas’ in Sanskrit which were further explained in Hindi by teachers Mrs. Rajlakshmi Gupta & Mrs. Deepika Kannao. Even the thought for the day was stated in Sanskrit by students which were explained elaborately by our teachers of Sanskrit language - Mrs. Rajlakshmi Gupta & Mrs. Deepika Kannao. Students presented some group songs. A skit on Avoiding the Use of PLASTIC to save the environment was presented by our students of STD VII - VIII – in Sanskrit language. Students of Std V presented role play of the various vowels and sounds of alphabets used in Sanskrit language. Students also presented a skit in Sanskrit based on the celebrated series of Akbar – Birbal. The famous devotional song – “Ae Maalik Tere Bandey Hum”was presented in Sanskrit language by our students.

Addressing students at the closing session of the week long celebrations; Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola appreciated the efforts taken by our teachers of Sanskrit language in organizing such wonderful activities – that too for an entire week. She remarked that even if Sanskrit is the oldest Indian language; we are actually being oblivious to it; in our race to get modernized & so – called global. She made students that Sanskrit being the mother of all Indian languages –is also a vast store house of abundant literature & written source of information about various subjects. She stressed upon the fact that even if students take up one sukta or proverb from the ancient language and make it part & parcel of their lives, grand success in life would be all theirs.

She expressed deep satisfaction about the way the proceedings for the Week were arranged & executed. She was especially impressed by the fluency that students in presenting various songs, skits and role play- even if the accent of the language was new for them. The organization of the week’s Celebrations was guided by Principal Mrs. Gairola Ma’am. School Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, Mrs. Rajlakshmi Gupta & Mrs. Deepika Kannao & House Teachers of the Blue & Green House of our School.

LEARNING OUTCOMES: The rich heritage & store house of abundant knowledge, literature & source of life skills –made our students take immense pride in the mother of all Indian languages.

ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION HELD AT OUR SCHOOL

ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION HELD AT OUR SCHOOL ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION HELD AT OUR SCHOOL
ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION HELD AT OUR SCHOOL ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION HELD AT OUR SCHOOL
ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION HELD AT OUR SCHOOL ESSAY WRITING COMPETITION HELD AT OUR SCHOOL

Our School had organized an Essay Writing Competition for its Students of Std IV –X on the 18th of July 2018. Students had well prepared for the respective topics given to them as per their Class Groups viz;

TOPICS FOR [Std IV] :

  1. A Foggy Morning
  2. My First Day at School
  3. A Visit To A Museum
  4. . My Favourite Subject

TOPICS FOR [STD V – VI]:

  1. Rivers in the Rainy Season
  2. MBenefits of Morning Walk
  3. My Favourite Subject
  4. My Daily Routine
  5. Why Should We Avoid Plastic?
  6. Indian Festivals

TOPICS FOR [STD VII – VIII]:

  1. Walk On the Village Road
  2. Life Of A Gardener
  3. My Daily Routine
  4. Cooking – An Exciting Hobby
  5. My Favourite Holiday Destination

TOPICS FOR [STD IX – X]:

  1. Value of Travelling
  2. Shoot Animals With a Camera, not With a Gun
  3. Ideal Personality
  4. Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam – Its Significance in the Modern World.
  5. The Hazards of Using Plastic.

Students were very enthused about the Competition arranged for them. They wrote in length & breadth about the topics given to them. The judges of the Event –Mrs. Shivany, Mrs. Treasa Peters, Mrs. Anita Suryavanshi, and Mrs. Nirupama Kale had to take great efforts to figure out the best essays written by the students. But the response & participation of the students was too overwhelming.

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS 2018

Independence Day Celebrations Independence Day Celebrations
Independence Day Celebrations Independence Day Celebrations
Independence Day Celebrations Independence Day Celebrations
Independence Day Celebrations Independence Day Celebrations

S.B.Patil Public School celebrated the 72nd Independence Day of our nation with great pomp and enthusiasm. Our Hon’ble Vice Chairperson of our Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust, Mrs. Padma Bhonsale presided over the occasion. Our Hon’ble Secretary of Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust Mr. V.S. Kalbhor, Our Hon’ble Trustee Mr. Bhaijan Kazi; our Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, P.T.A. members, the entire staff and students were present for the event. The flag hoisting took place at the auspicious hands of Our Hon’ble Vice Chairperson Mrs. Padma Bhonsale. The Choir Group of the School present the national Anthem, followed by the Flag Song. Following students – guided by their respective teachers presented some speeches on the significance of the day:

1. Speech in English: Master Aayush Bhise – Class III A, presented a very exuberant and energising speech.

(Guided by Mrs. Josephine Jadhav)

2. Speech in Hindi: Miss Akshaya Tanpure – Class VIII B

(Guided by Mrs Rachana Sisodiya)

3. Speech in Marathi: Master Pratham Bora - Class IX A

(Guided by Mrs. Manjusha Nathe)

The School’s Choir Group guided by Music Teacher Mrs. Sulochana Pawar presented a patriotic song. School teacher for English subject, Mrs. Leena Verghese presented her views about the true meaning and essence of Independence. The Co- Curricular Activities Team (C.C.A.) members presented the much celebrated immortal patriotic song of India – “Ae Mere Watan Ke Logon”.

In her address, our Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola referred to the glorious past where our country was beckoned as the Golden Bird – prior to the British rule. She stressed upon the need to review and usher in the golden era once again for our motherland.

Our Guest Mr Bhaijan Kazi – elaborated very eloquently upon the significance and dignity of our Indian Tricolour and gave the message of upholding the honour and respect it deserves always. He also said that service to the nation was the responsibility of each and every Indian; which needs to be accomplished without just relying solely upon the nation’s rulers and politicians.

The celebration was guided by our Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola. School Co- ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda & Pre- Primary Co- ordinator Mrs. Shubhangi guided the organisation of the proceedings. Sports Teachers of our School Mr Dhanaji Patil, Mr. Chandrakant Thombare, Mr. Shrikant Deshpande, Mr. Ramesh Nandal; Arts Teachers Mr. Sunnjoy Vispute & Mr. Kuldeep Ghadge – along with all the faculty members of the Pre- Primary, Primary, Secondary & Admin Staffs whole heartedly co- ordinated in the grand success of the days celebrations. Mrs. Rachana Sisodiya compeered the event, while C.C.A. – in – Charge Miss Swaleha Mujawar proposed the Vote of Thanks.

REPORT ON SPEECH COMPETITION CONDUCTED FOR OUR STUDENTS

Speech Competition Speech Competition
Speech Competition Speech Competition
Speech Competition Speech Competition
Speech Competition Speech Competition
Speech Competition

Our School had organized a Speech Competition for its Students of Std VI – IX on Tuesday, 7th of August 2018.Students had well prepared for the respective topics given to them viz.

TOPICS FOR STD VI – VII:

  1. The Best Letter of an Alphabet
  2. If I Had A Superpower
  3. Spending Time With Grandparents
  4. The Day When Everything Went Wrong
  5. The Best Book I have Read

TOPICS FOR STD VIII – X:

  1. The Advantages of Reuse and Recycling
  2. My Biggest Fear / Inspiration
  3. Stand for What Is Right, Even If You Stand Alone
  4. My Concept of Friendship
  5. Books are Better than Electronic Entertainment

Students were very enthused about the Competition arranged for them. They expressed their ideas very confidently & also the one who were participating for the first time developed good stage confidence. The judges of the Std VI –VII Group were Mrs. Treasa Peters & Mrs. Leena Verghese. The judges for the Std VIII - X Group were Mrs. Nirupama Kale & Mrs. Anjali Gugale. The Winners at the competition were as follows:

No.

Name of the Student

Std /Div

House

Score

RANK

GROUP STD VI – VII

1

Swara Awate

VI B

Green

47.5

Ist

2

Krishnali Pawar

VII B

Blue

41.5

IInd

3

Kimaya More

VII B

Green

41

IInd

4

Aarya Gundakalli

VII C

Blue

40

IIIrd

No.

Name of the Student

Std /Div

House

Score

RANK

GROUP STD VIII – X

1

Tanaya Ajgar

IX A

Yellow

57

Ist

2

Bhavya Nath

IX B

Green

53.5

Ist

3

Meghana Sangle

VIII A

Blue

49

IInd

4

Shaivee Jaywant

IX B

Yellow

49

IInd

5

Kanak Joshi

X B

Blue

48

IIIrd

6

Sharvari Panse

IX B

Yellow

45.5

IIIrd

Learning Outcomes: Students were able to express their ideas freely. They developed stage confidence & public speaking skills as well.

Patriotic Song Competition 2018

PATRIOTISM LOOMS LARGE AT THE CONTEST

Our School had organized a patriotic song competition for its students of STD I – V; on the 6th of August 2018.

Students presented various songs demonstrating nationalism & in –depth sense of patriotism composed by different poets & lyricists. They enjoyed presenting the songs with vivid expressions, gestures & even props suitable to their presentations. Mr. Prathamesh Inamdar & Mrs. Sulochana Pawar were the judges for all the three group events. Miss Swaleha Mujawar anchored the competition & also extended the Vote of Thanks.

The Winners of the Competition in the House Groups in the three sessions of the event are as follows:

Patriotic Song Competition Patriotic Song Competition
Patriotic Song Competition Patriotic Song Competition
Patriotic Song Competition Patriotic Song Competition
Patriotic Song Competition Patriotic Song Competition
Patriotic Song Competition

Sr. No

Name of the House

STD

SCORE

RANK

1

GREEN HOUSE

I – II

48 Points

1st

2

YELLOW HOUSE

I – II

46 Points

Runner -up

 

 

 

 

 

1

GREEN HOUSE

III - IV

48 Points

1st

2

RED HOUSE

III - IV

45 Points

Runner -up

 

 

 

 

 

1

YELLOW HOUSE

V

48 Points

1st

2

GREEN HOUSE

V

45 Points

Runner -up

Learning Outcomes: Students took great pride in singing praise about their Motherland & also in proving every bit that they were Proud to be Indians.

Storytelling Competition held on July 6, 2018

MANY TALES COME TO LIFE AT OUR STORY TELLING COMPETITION

Storytelling Competition Storytelling Competition
Storytelling Competition Storytelling Competition
Storytelling Competition Storytelling Competition
Storytelling Competition Storytelling Competition
Storytelling Competition Storytelling Competition
Storytelling Competition Storytelling Competition
Storytelling Competition Storytelling Competition
Storytelling Competition Storytelling Competition

Our School had organized a Story Telling Competition for its Students of Std I –III on the 06th of July 2018. Many students had prepared for the Semi-finals of the Competition conducted by the respective Class Teachers. The students who qualified for the top ranks from every class were eligible for the Final Round. Mrs. Archana Prabhune & Mrs. Josephine Jadhav were the judges at the competition who after a deep & testing contest; could figure out the best story tellers among the young finalists. Each one was a champ story narrator in himself /herself & proved every point that they were the Best. The winners at the event were as follows:

No.

Name of the Student

Std /Div

House

J 1

J 2

Total

Rank

1

Bachhav Antara

I B

Blue

19

18

37

I

2

Bhatte Pranjal

I B

Blue

18

17.5

35.5

II

3

Khairnar Prachet

I A

Yellow

17

17.5

34.5

III

 

1

Quadri Arshan A.

II D

Green

19

19

38

I

2

Dicholkar Ria

II B

Green

18

18.5

36.5

II

3

Shaikh Jiya

II C

Green

19

17

36

III

 

1

Bhise Aayush S.

III A

Blue

20

19.5

39.5

I

2

Patil Anushka S.

III A

Yellow

18

19

37

II

3

Chinchwade Harshali

III D

Blue

17

18.5

35.5

III

LEARNING OUTCOMES: Students were able to express themselves effectively & confidently.

EVENT / COMPETITION: FINAL RESULTS OF STORY TELLING COMPETITION

Date: 06 / 07 / 18
Day: Friday
Group: Std I

Sr. No

Name of the Student

Std / Div

House

J 1

J 2

Total

Rank

1

Khairnar Prachet

I A

Yellow

17

17.5

34.5

III

2

Hardikar Varad

I A

 

15

14.5

29.5

 

3

Patil Nirjara

I A

 

15

12

27

 

4

Bhatte Pranjal

I B

Blue

18

17.5

35.5

II

5

Bachhav Antara

I B

Blue

19

18

37

I

6

Nirgude Shreyas

I C

 

17

16

33

 

7

Iyer Avya

I C

 

16.5

12.5

29

 

8

Rajput Khushi R.

I D

 

17.5

13

30.5

 

9

Kidangan Johan V.

I D

 

14

16

30

 

10

Torane Arnav

I E

 

14

17

31

 

11

Chigate Kushi D.

I E

 

15

17

32

 

12

Ukarande Asmeeta

I E

 

14

16

30

 

13

Mashale Urvi

I F

 

14

16.5

30.5

 

14

Kare Aditi

I F

 

14

15.5

29.5

 

EVENT / COMPETITION: FINAL RESULTS OF STORY TELLING COMPETITION

Date: 06 / 07 / 18
Day: Friday
Group: Std II

 

Sr. No

Name of the Student

Std / Div

House

J 1

J 2

Total

Rank

1

Tanpure Sharvari S.

II A

Yellow

19

16

35

 

2

Chougale Jayvardhan

II A

 

16

14

30

 

3

Dicholkar Ria

II B

Green

18

18.5

36.5

II

4

Datar Maanya

II B

 

16

16.5

32.5

II

5

Shaikh Jiya

II C

Green

19

17

36

III

6

Srivastava Lopamudra

II C

 

17

14

31

 

7

Mali Atharva

II C

 

18

15.5

33.5

 

8

Yawalkar Bhikan

II C

 

19

15.5

34.5

 

9

Babar Avaneesh S.

II D

 

18

16

34

 

10

Quadri Arshan A.

II D

Green

19

19

38

I

11

Thakur Vidisha

II E

 

18

17.5

35.5

 

12

Sangle Janhavi

II E

 

-

-

-

Absent

13

Hirave Amod

II F

 

16

16.5

32.5

 

14

Dhoot Parth

II F

 

17

16

33

 

15

Bhondve Jue

II F

 

16

16.5

32.5

 

EVENT / COMPETITION: CONSOLIDATED RESULTS OF STORY TELLING COMPETITION

Date: 09 / 07 / 18
Day: Monday
Group: Std I-III

Sr. No

Name of the Student

Std / Div

House

J 1

J 2

Total

Rank

1

Bachhav Antara

I B

Blue

19

18

37

I

2

Bhatte Pranjal

I B

Blue

18

17.5

35.5

II

3

Khairnar Prachet

I A

Yellow

17

17.5

34.5

III

1

Quadri Arshan A.

II D

Green

19

19

38

I

2

Dicholkar Ria

II B

Green

18

18.5

36.5

II

3

Shaikh Jiya

II C

Green

19

17

36

III

1

Bhise Aayush S.

III A

Blue

20

19.5

39.5

I

2

Patil Anushka S.

III A

Yellow

18

19

37

II

3

Chinchwade Harshali

III D

Blue

17

18.5

35.5

III

Maharashtra Day and International Labour Day Celebrations , celebrated in our School on the 2nd of May 2018

Maharashtra Day & International Labour Day Celebrations Maharashtra Day & International Labour Day Celebrations
Maharashtra Day & International Labour Day Celebrations Maharashtra Day & International Labour Day Celebrations
Maharashtra Day & International Labour Day Celebrations Maharashtra Day & International Labour Day Celebrations

Pimpri Chinchwad Education Trust’s S.B. Patil Public School celebrated the dual events of Maharashtra Day & International Labour Day at its Campus on the 2nd of May 2018.

The celebrations were held in the School Multipurpose hall. Principal Mrs. Madhubala Gairola, School Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, Pre Primary Co- ordinator Mrs. Shubhangi Kulkarni, the entire teaching & non –teaching Staff, Class IV employees & students were present for the occasion. The event began with an inspirational song lauding the greatness of Maharashtra state by the School’s Choir Group; guided by music teacher Mrs. Sulochana Pawar. Thereon, School’s Karate Instructor Mr. Shrikant Deshpande presented the famous ‘Shivgarjana’ lauding the valour and greatness of Chatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. Students of Std VIII presented the folk art form of ‘Powada’ that describes the brave nature of the Maratha blood. Then student of Std VIII presented the early morning recitations done publicly in the olden days; dressed as ‘Vasudev’. Girls of Std VIII presented the Mangalagaur; a form of exercise with entertainment that women in those times practiced for recreation- in the absence of any other source of driving away monotony and as a break through from routine life. They were guided by Mrs. Vishakha Ma’am and Mrs. Manjusha Nathe Ma’am. C.C.A In charge Miss Swaleha Mujawar delivered a speech highlighting the significance of yet another global event that falls on the same day –the International Labour Day. She remarked that even if mechanization and sophisticate lifestyle have replaced man power by machine power; the fact that human effort, human labour and its dignity can never be side tracked at any point of time in the human history. It is not that the contribution of our ‘ Helping hands’ needs to be applauded by laurels, tokens of appreciation or big rewards each time; a small gesture of generosity, an act of recognition for all that they do for us ,a sweet word of appreciation does a big job for them

Principal Mrs. Gairola guided the organization of the celebration. Co-ordinator Mrs. Padmavati Banda, Mrs. Manjusha Nathe, Mrs. Sulochana Pawar, Mrs. Vishakha Sonkamble organized the proceedings of the session. Mrs. Vandana Sangle compeered the event. Mrs. Rohini Kanake proposed the Vote of Thanks.