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Celebration of Grand Parent's Day

Grandparents fill the world with love .

The junior students of Class –I of Surendranath Centenary School, Ranchi celebrated Grandparent’s Day on 8th of August, 2019.The event was graced by the wonderful grandparents. The event began with a group song dedicated to the grandparents. This was followed by a yoga presentation by the learners emphasizing on the importance of health. Poems in Hindi as well as English were recited by the students during the programme. The children also presented a skit on the topic ‘ BADO KA KEHNA MANO’ which had a motivational message stressing on the importance of elderly people in our life. A rhythmic dance presentation also added fervour to the programme.

The Principal of the school, Ms. Samita Sinha said that such celebrations inculcate in the learners the love, care and respect for the grandparents who are the foundation pillars of a family. It was an overwhelming experience for the grandparents as well as for Surendranth Centenary School family.

Visit to Ice Cream factory

On 18th & 19th July students of UKG visited the N B Ice Cream factory,a unit of Abhishek Distributors Pvt Ltd. Tatisilwai. With the kind permission of the Managing Director Priti Narsaria and under the guidance of Binod Thacker and Chetan Agarwal, the children went around the mixing, freezing, packaging and storage units. Various dairy technologies were displayed. Students also enjoyed the Strawberry, Chocolate and Vanilla ice-creams as they sang ‘Ice-cream wala ayea.’

The staff and management extended their support to help reinforce the classroom learning into visual and practical learning. This visit was planned as a part of educational trip for the students included in the curriculum.

Special Session by Swami Madhavanand

Swami Madhavanand Ji the senior acharya of Chinmaya Mission visited Surendranath Centenary School on 18th July, 2019 and addressed the students of Classes III to X during a special assembly. He enlightened the students about the importance of Bhagvad Geeta and encouraged the students to participate in Geeta chanting competition. He associated Geeta chanting with modern science. He also cited examples from the lives of many prodigious children and emphasized the need of constant practice in our lives to become a successful person.

The students were quite motivated by his speech and showed their keenness in participating in the event. He also blessed the students and asked them to become good citizens of the society. The school teachers were also present during his session.

Celebration of Van Mahotsav

Trees play a vital role in maintaining ecological balance but their depleting number has become a point of concern. To incite awareness and instill a personal connect between students and nature,’Vanmahotsav week from 1st to 5th July was planned for the junior section students of Surendranath Centenary School. The best of the thought provoking slogans by the students of IV & V were presented in the assembly which flared up the green ecological sense among the students .In an attempt to give a green touch, students of I & II gifted saplings to each other .Classes III to V went on a plantation drive with a number of medicinal ,flowering and ornamental plants. Students also tagged the green potted plants with their names .Students vowed to nurture the planted saplings and conserve trees in their small possible ways. Group song ‘Plant more trees’ enthralled the audience. Vanmahotsav was an endeavour to set alight the values of social responsibility in the students towards safeguarding Mother Nature.

The Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha said that such celebrations encourages the students to preserve trees and plays a vital role in maintaining the ecological balance .She added that it also helps to strengthen the bond between the plants and the humans. The whole programme sensitized the students about their role in conserving the trees.

Celebration of Doctors Day

A special day for the students of the Junior Section at Surendranath Centenary School.Our own parents came forward to celebrate doctor’s day on 1st July ’19 with our students. This initiative is appreciable and it brought a smile on the faces of all.

On the occasion a camp was also organized by the school.Dr. Poonam Jayaprakash BDS,MDS (Orthodontics) and Dr. Alok Chandra Prakash MBBS,MS (Consultant Surgeon) spared their valuable time & joined us for the dental & Health Camp.

Dr.Amarjeet Kumar Singh BDS & Dr.Dharmendra Kumar MBBS,MD also joined in to care for our students .They were felicitated by the school Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha.

The observance of ‘Doctors Day’ is the best time to appreciate the role of doctors for caring and saving the life of people. .The doctors spoke to the children about the importance of nutritious food, healthy living and routine life.

The two days Doctor’s day concluded with an awareness drive on oral Hygiene by Dr.Priyadarshika Kumari (BDS) Dental Surgeon who shared her valuable tips through PPT Presentation on 2nd July 2019.

The entire effort was to sensitize the students and parents regarding health, hygiene and nutrition.

Interactive Session with Tanay Shankar(UPSC 2018_AIR 136)

Tanay Shankar an alumni of Surendranath Centenary School who achieved 136th rank in the UPSC Examination 2019, conducted an inspirational session for the students of the school in which he shared his life experiences.

During the session Tanay Shankar talked about his journey of life right from his formative years. Sharing his experience Tanay Shankar said that he completed his engineering from BITS Pilani and his MBA from IIM Indore. He also spoke about his experiences which he nurtured during the preparation of UPSC examination. The students of SCS had a motivational question answer session with him in which he answered all their queries related to their careers.

Tanay also spoke about his school days and the exposure and the opportunities that the organization gave him which helped him in shaping his persona. He also thanked the Principal of the school for being the source of inspiration and guiding light for him throughout his school life. He even extended his gratitude towards his teachers who had always supported him in all his endeavors.

The Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha congratulated Tanay Shanker on his achievement and urged the students to take an inspiration from him.

Celebration of 5th International Yoga Day

The 5th International Day of Yoga was celebrated on 20th June 2019 at Surendranath Centenary School,Ranchi with great enthusiasm and vigour. A special yoga session was conducted for the students of classes III to VIII. The Programme commenced with a short prayer .The students performed various ‘Asanas’ like Bhujangasana,Vajrasana,Tadasana,Chakrasana,Halasana etc in the school premises under the guidance of their yoga teacher. He also narrated the usefulness of different ‘asanas’ which helps to cure many diseases and keeps the mind and body healthy, stress-free and cheerful. Students gave an impressive rhythmic demonstration of asanas creating a strong impact on the audience. Today’s generation find it difficult to cope up with stress and anxiety so during the session they learnt how to overcome these problems. The main aim was to raise awareness and ignite a passion for fitness and yoga among the students. The programme concluded by the presentation of two asanas by the students of classes III to V of their choice and a special presentation by them. Teachers and non teaching staff also participated and performed various asanas with great intensity.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha said “Yoga is essential for inner and physical growth. It enables us to live a healthy life.” She also motivated the students to make yoga an important part of their daily routine to stay fit and healthy.

Summer Camp 2019

A weeklong Summer Camp was organised by Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi from 3rd June 2019 to 10th June 2019 concluded today. Students from classes III to IX participated in the camp with great zeal and enthusiasm. They participated in multi sports activities like cricket, volleyball, kho-kho, kabaddi, badminton etc. They also showcased their talent in indoor games like carrom and chess. The participants explored their potential and expressed their creativity during the camp. Children also participated in drawing, art and craft activity exploring their imagination with vibrant energy. Sports teachers Mr.Ranjan, Mr.Pradeep Runda, Mrs. Saroj Thakur and Drawing Teacher Mr.Dhruv Srivastava Jointly worked to make the camp a successful one.

The Principal Mrs Samita Sinha, applauded the efforts of the teachers and students and encouraged the students to recognise and develop their latent skills & talent. The Summer Camp helped the children to engage in activities which they found enjoyable, instilling in them self-confidence & building social skills.

Celebration of Ravindra Jayanti

On 9th May 2019, the birth anniversary of the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore was celebrated in the junior section of Surendranath Centenary School. They presented an array of programme in the remembrance of Rabindranath Tagore to mark this occasion. Adarsh Patdhar, a student of class V in his short remarkable speech presented the multifarious personality and enlightened the students on his contribution as a poet, philosopher, playwright, painter and as an educationist. He also highlighted the fact that he was born in a simple family and later on composed the National Anthem of our country. Recitation of English poems ‘Paper Boat’ and ‘Hero’ captured the attention of everyone. ‘Yeh Ujala Hai Hamara’ the group song enthralled the audience. At the end a tribute to Gurudev was paid through a dance presentation on Robindra Sangeet.

The Principal Mrs Samita Sinha spoke about Tagore’s multifaceted personality and its manifestation in his works. She also encouraged students to imbibe his values to enrich their lives.

World Earth Day Celebration

Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi celebrated World Earth Day with much enthusiasm. The students performed various cultural programmes highlighting the importance of mother earth and the need to save it. The students of classes VI & VII presented a mellifluous song ‘Mil Jul Ke Hum Vriksh Lagaye’. Students of the Class V danced on the song ‘Maati Maati Mein’ which mesmerized the audience. Anjali Gupta a student of Class X B delivered a speech sensitizing the students to change their perception towards environmental conditions around us. They also expressed their concern for planet Earth with posters and slogans. Students of class V staged a skit ‘Save To Survive’ creating awareness towards depleting condition of the mother Earth. English Song ‘The Earth is my home, I promise to keep it healthy and beautiful’ was equally appealing. Hindi Skit ‘Vriksh Hai to Jeevan Hai’by the students was an eye opener to everyone.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha appreciated the efforts and reminded children of their responsibility towards Mother Earth and urged the students to be responsible to save our fast depleting natural resources and be a good caretaker of the planet Earth. She advised the students to use paper and water judiciously and emphasized on the need of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

Investiture Ceremony

On 16th April 2019, the investiture and oath taking ceremony was organised at Surendranath Centenary School. The Principal Mrs Samita Sinha along with the four house moderators bestowed the honour to the newly appointed members of the cabinet for the academic session 2018-19.

The Head Boy Harsh Ranjan, Head Girl Nidhi Maheshwari along with the, Sports Captain, House Captains, Students’ Representatives, Prefects, were honoured with badges by the Principal Mrs Samita Sinha and the four House Moderators. It was a moment of pride and glory for them. The students’ council took the pledge to uphold the school motto ‘Nothing Beyond’ in high esteem.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha while addressing students stressed on the need to become more focussed in their goals and to exhibit leadership qualities in order to become a better and confident person in life. She further added that with position comes responsibility and so they need to introspect for the progress and discipline of the school. The Principal along with the teachers congratulated the office bearers and expressed that they will work towards the betterment of the institution and deliver their responsibilities to the best of their abilities.

Celebration of World Health Day

Being a part of World Health Day celebrations, junior wing of Surendranath Centenary School took a small step to create awareness on the importance of good health. ‘EAT MORE COLOUR’ was the tag line of the day. Children shared and enjoyed their colourful fruit lunch. A short skit and a poem ignited the spark of nutritional colours which should be included in our diet. Students highlighted the importance of balanced diet to enhance a better life, free of diseases. Emphasis was also given on being sensible on selecting nutritional food, staying away from junk food and doing exercises everyday. The activities well exemplified that Health is for All: everyone and everywhere.

School Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha addressed the students and emphasized on good eating habits that include balanced diet, drinking water, eating fruits and a glass of milk everyday. She also insisted on physical activities such as yoga and meditation for good health.

Interactive Session with OSAM Founder

On 2nd February 2019, the founder of Osam dairy, Mr. Abhinav Shah, an alumni of Surendranath Centenary School, visited the school to share his success mantra with the children. He interacted with students of the higher classes and made them aware of how the advancing technology and positive approach helps in bringing impeccable product for the people. He also stressed that the hard work is the key to success. He also shared his difficult time when Osam had just started and then how gradually it became a company with commendable turnover. An array of questions was asked by the student to Mr. Shah.CEO of Osam Dairy who answered them meticulously. He also extended the offer and invited the students to visit their unit and understand the processing and marketing which are the basics of a successful business.

The programme proved to be a great success and a learning experience for the audience.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha thanked Mr.Shah for his initiative and praised his hard earned success. She further said that such members of alumni act as a guiding force for the present students of the school. She also stressed on the need of taking risks and said ‘No risk No Gain’.

Art Exhibition Cum Science Exhibition

The students of the junior section of Surendranath Centenary School amply demonstrated their skills at the Art & Craft Cum Science Exhibition in the school premises on 1st February , 2019.The objective of the exhibition was to bring forth the innate skills and creative genius of the students and appreciate the guidance of the teachers. The little ones of UKG to II showcased their originative artistry through their finger puppets, butterflies, masks, turtles, dolls, elephants and ice-cream baskets, all exhibits made out of waste.

The exhibition also featured some of the brightest talents of III to V students. They displayed their craft items which consisted of caterpillars, face masks, cards decorated with pressed dried flowers and leaves, pencil decoration, paper mache pots and handmade paper toys, all made from eco friendly things.

Meticulous in their effort the scientific minds of Class III to V gave life to models like pollution &its consequences, 3 R’s reduce, reuse,& recycle, innovative methods to conserve energy, separation of mixtures etc. They impressed the parents through their delivery about the exhibits.

At the same time colourful and impressive rangoli made by the students was appreciated by one and all. The exhibition received an overwhelming response and was praised by the parents.

The parents were captivated by the creativity and dexterity of the students .They were impressed and bought hand printed handkerchiefs and book marks made by the students and the collection of which would be given as charity.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha commented that such events and exhibitions help the children to learn by becoming a part of it. She further expressed that it also grows individuality and better understanding among them.

Republic Day Celebration

The 70th Republic Day was celebrated in all its solemnity and grandeur at Surendranath Centenary School. The School Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha unfurled the national flag followed by our national anthem ‘Jan Gana Mana..’

The students of classes III to V presented a series of cultural programme during the occasion. The programme included patriotic song, hindi skit, and dance .The hindi skit ‘Padhega India to badhega India’ emphasized the importance of education. The other skit ‘Swaccha Bharat’ highlighted the importance of cleanliness in our life. The patriotic song and dance filled the environment with patriotic fervour and enthralled the audiences.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha read out the preamble of our constitution and enlightens its importance. She also urged everyone to be part of the progress of the country and fulfil the vision of 2020 of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

Kite Flying at SCS

The skies above Surendranath Centenary School were awash with brightly colored kites of all shapes and sizes as the students from class IX to XII displayed their unique kite flying skills on 18th January 2019 in the school premises. About fifty students showed their kite flying skills with great zeal and zest to mark the occasion of Makar Sankranti. The kites looked amazing once the winds lifted them up. It was a lovely experience both for the participants as well as for the staff members. The children cherished the moment and displayed sportsmen spirit in this event.

The Principal, Mrs. Samita Sinha said that the activity was surely a joyful experience for all and further added that such type of activities help the children to get accustomed to their tradition.

Proud Moment for SCS:- Girl State Topper in JEE MAIN

Silky Kumari of Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi has become the Girl State topper (Jharkhand) in JEE MAINS 2019 with 99.88 percentile, bringing name and fame to the school and the city.

23 students of the school have qualified in the JEE MAINS exam which was conducted by NTA between January 8 to 12, 2019. Sumit Kumar Sahu 99.10 Percentile and Ashish Manoj Chaurasia 96.8 Percentile have become the 2nd and 3rd school toppers respectively.

The School Principal, Mrs. Samita Sinha congratulated Silky Kumari and other students who have qualified for their success and said that their hard work and determination helped them to achieve the milestone and wished them very best in all their future endeavors and for the upcoming board examination.

Fear Not Mathematics at SCS

With exams round the corner ‘Fear Not Mathematics’ was organised for the students of class I in the Junior Section of Surendranath Centenary School on 9th January 2019. Arnav Mandal and Shubh Kumar addressed the morning assembly and explained the importance of Mathematics in everyday life. A glorifying tribute was paid to the great mathematicians ‘S Ramanujam’ by Abhinn Anand. An open quiz was organized for the students. Display boards and models were exhibited to create interest in Maths. All the students participated in the first round of Maths crossword puzzle. Selected students from the first round contested enthusiastically in the final ‘Speed and Accuracy game. ‘The purpose was to improve their oral calculation and build confidence in Mathematics. Keeping in mind that Maths remains a high scoring subject, students were guided accordingly.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha expressed that Mathematics plays an integral role in our daily life and we need it in each & every aspect of life. Importance of mathematics cannot be ignored at any age by any one.

Workshop on Accountability at Work and Life

A workshop was conducted for the teachers on “Accountability at Work and Life” at Surendranath Centenary School on 5th January, 2019. Mr. Surya Narain Bahadur, a renowned personality in the field of education was the resource person. The session began with a warm-up address by the Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha.

The resource person focused on the role and responsibilities of teachers and advised them that they should be more accountable towards the holistic development of a child then only comprehensive goal can be achieved. During the session the teachers raised the problems faced in teaching learning process in the present scenario. The resource Person discussed the solutions to handle such situations. Video clippings were shown and activities were organized which was not only interesting but engaging too. It was an interactive and enriching session for the teachers.

The Principal, Mrs. Samita Sinha was of the view that the workshop would enable the teachers to handle difficult situations and infuse positive spirit in their approach. The teachers imbibed a number of progressive ideas from the motivational videos.

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