Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Alumnae Meet

It was indeed a unique event as Sarvanaman Vidya Mandir hosted its first Alumnae Meet. As many as thirty students from first three passed out batches of the school illuminated the floor of school assembly hall as they received a majestic welcome by the school. While students of Class XI and XII welcomed the alumnae with cards and roses, students of Class II welcomed their seniors with their sweet graceful dance. High pitched fusion dance presented by students of class IX & X won the acclamation of the spectators. To refresh the memories, an entertaining play on the school life was also performed by the current students. Many of the alumnae climbed up the stage to share their experiences and a word of advice with the juniors.  All the alumnae were felicitated by school management as they were offered a memento - an album reflecting their school life. Principal Mr Govind Borade, in his speech, welcomed the alumnae as well as focused on strengthened relationship between the school and the alumnae for mutual development. The programme concluded with a grand dinner arranged in honour of the alumnae. 

Monday, December 21, 2015

CBSE National Kho-Kho Tournament

Sports is an integral part of a student’s life. A student should not only study hard to be successful in competitive examinations, but, must also play games and participate in sports to generate health and competitive spirit in life. After emerging as the fourth time Champion in the CBSE Kho-Kho Clusters, the proud Kho Kho team participated at the national level championship in Punjab. Congratulations to the kho kho girls who did their best as a team and made the school undoubtedly honoured! 

Monday, December 7, 2015

Annual Sports Meet

The Sports Day, the most eagerly awaited day, was celebrated splendidly in the school. The opening ceremony had begun with the school flag hoisting followed by prayer. The spectacular march past competition by the students followed by a lighting of the Sports Torch, presented a glorious panoramic view. Mr K T Jhonson, the Principal of NTPC School, Jhanor, was the Guest of Honour who declared the opening of The Annual Sports Meet. The house captains took the oath. The main attraction of the event was mass drill competition with innovative themes uniting countless formations.  In both the days of battle, plentiful Athletic and team events were organized resulting into breath-taking climax. The evening of the last day was chock-a-block with medals and certificates for proud winners.