5-September-2023 : Teachers' Day
Teachers' day was celebrated in our school with full enthusiasm. Students of standard 10th played the role of teachers, they went to class as per the timetable and taught the students.
Further program was conducted in the auditorium. Our student Mst.Himanshu Gaykwad compered the Programme Few students delivered speeches in different languages for their beloved teachers and informed all the students about the importance of this day. Mst Ishan gave a speech in Marathi language. Mst Arman expressed his thoughts in Hindi. Miss presented views in English. Sonalika and Sagarika performed a wonderful dance. Students of standard 5th performed a beautiful dance. Dr.AshokPradhan the chairman of kalyan education society congratulated all thé teachers for their outstanding dedication in the field of education.
The program concluded with the felicitation of the teachers
21-June-2023 : International Yoga Day
The School believes that education does not mean mere imparting of knowledge or facts but it encompasses an all round development of an individual. The school has been taking all initiatives to accomplish this. The celebration of International Yoga Day as declared by United Nations was highly an exuberant event with the buoyant and enthusiastic participation of the large number of students. The heavy rains that lashed the city did not dampen the spirit of the students. The school organized a plethora of activities for students of all ages ranging from asanas, pranayam to Suryanamaskar. The students stretched their arms, bent their legs, rolled their neck and twisted every sinew in their body with greater dexterity, in a spectacular synchronicity with English and Hindi instructions. Vrikshasana, Parvatasana, Padmasana, Vajrasana were the asanas, to name a few, performed on the occasion. The main attraction of the day was the performance of Suryanamaskar in which coordination of body and mind is very important. Mr. Jaywant Patil, the school’s PT teacher shares, “Yoga nurtures the healthy mind in every school-going child. The role of yoga in school therefore, becomes significantly important.”
The Principal, Mrs. Anjali Tiware, in her inaugural address opened, “Yoga, an ancient Art and Science of health and harmony have vast potential for physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual health of every human being." The schools being convergent centers can play a path breaking role in the growth and development of the nation. Realizing this, the students have been encouraged to do asanas every day. “The students of Std: X especially felt that yoga and meditation help them in not only coordinating their body and mind but also in enhancing their concentration power. The school once again witnessed unprecedented support from the parents for this event too. The day came to conclusion with the message that, “Yoga is not for only one – it’s for everyone, Yoga is not for a day- it’s for everyday.”