Teacher’s Day

Teachers’ day was celebrated by the students of the schools very enthusiastically on the 5th of September. They organized a short programme to entertain the teachers and pay a tribute to them. Arrangements were made to telecast the Prime Minister, Shri Narander Modi’s speech and his interaction with students from various schools of the country.

 

 
Sanskrit Week

From 7th of August to the 13th, the Sanskrit week was observed as per the directives of C.B.S.E. where students showed their hold over the language by reading out the news in the morning assembly in Sanskrit, participating in ‘antakshari ’and skits.

 
Old Age Home

As part of the school curriculum the students of class X were taken to the Old Age Home. The purpose was to inculcate values in the present generation, respect for the elderly and compassion for human life. They were made aware of the social conditions and the domestic issues.

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Lac Research

The students of class IX A and B were taken on the 22nd of September while those from IX C and D on the 23rd, to the IINRG or Lac Research Institute at Namkum. The students were first taken on a tour around the huge campus, where they were introduced to trees like Palas,Ber, Kusum,Khair,  Akashmani, Khatber and Sal on which the insects feed and secrete the resin from which lac is produced.


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Commonwealth Quiz

On the 11th of August the school organised the “Know your Commonwealth Quiz organised by the British Council in collaboration with the BBC and the Commonwealth Secretariat. More than 25 schools from Jharkhand had participated in this extremely lively quiz conducted by quiz master Mr.Charanpreet Singh from Kolkata with Loyala School, Jamshedpur emerging as the winner of the day, followed by DPS Ranchi.

 
First Aid Training
A First Aid training programme was organized in the junior building for students of Std. VIII to X, where they were not only made aware of the necessity of knowing some basic First Aid Skills but were also given some practical knowledge on how to go about it.

 

 
CCE Seminar
On the 19th of July an inter-active session was held for parents of Class IX to explain in detail the C.C.E. pattern and the system of marking.

 

 
Independence Day

Independence Day was celebrated at Surendranath Centenary School on the 15th of August with true patriotic fervour. After the hoisting of the flag by the Principal, Mrs Samita Sinha,an excellent programme was organized in the auditorium. While the students of classes VI to VIII put up a play, almost eighty students synchronised to present a moving dance-drama that depicted the various stages of the freedom struggle. A speech in Hindi and English and finally that of Principal Madam stressed upon the responsibility of each student towards the country.
 

 
International School Award Programme

Surendranath Centenary School added a feather to its cap when it became the first school in Ranchi to not only become a member of the International Award group for 2014-17, but also win the International Award conferred by the British Council. >>>read more
 

 
A Seminar on Traffic Safety

The Rotary Club of Ranchi organised a Seminar on Traffic Safety at Surendranath Centenary School in the school auditorium on the 30th of April for students of Class IX to XII who come to school on bikes, so that they could be made aware about the necessity of following traffic rules and avoid accidents.

The traffic DSP Mr. Ajay Mishra personally spoke to the students about this issue, suggesting that they should only use bikes after they are eighteen, to always wear helmets and to avoid over-taking. The following of these simple tips would certainly ensure their safety.
 

 
Teachers Workshop

A workshop conducted by Father Vijay Kamath Ex- Principal of B.ed College Loyala was held in the junior building which was attended by teachers from the junior and the middle section.

The seminar was focused on how to create and atmosphere among the students that would be conducive for the purpose of inculcating moral value among them. This entailed that the teachers had a very positive attitude, did not discourage any student, motivated the lazy ones to come forward and above all have control over their own emotions. The teachers were also given a few hints on how to conduct the teaching period and some simple ways to guide students in service towards society.

 

Independence Day 2013

Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi, celebrated the 66th Independence Day in the school premises. The programme began with the hoisting of the flag by Madam Principal, with the students singing the national anthem with patriotic zeal and fervour. This was followed by a short cultural progamme organized by the students from classes six to eight. It included some songs, a speech in Hindi and one in English, a  few dances and skit – all based on the theme of Nationalism and the duty of every citizen towards the  country. The programme concluded with a very motivating speech by the Principal.

 

Republic Day 2013

The 63rd Republic Day was celebrated at Surendranath Centenary School with true patriotic zeal and fervor. The programme began with the hoisting of the flag by Madam Principal followed by the national anthem and the march past by the four houses ,Cheetah, Jaguar, Leopard and Panther. A colorful programme including some rhythmic dances based on inspiring themes including Tagore's 'ekla chalo re' and some songs kept the children emotionally motivated. The yoga group presented some items that were quite new and graceful while the karate children showed their own skills. The speeches in English and Hindi reminded the students of the task they have as responsible citizens. The programme concluded with the inspiring words of Madam Principal.

 

Annual Day-cum-Prize Distribution 2012

Surendranath Centenary School celebrated its annual night on the 21st of December in its school premises with a colourful programme that enthralled the audience. It included an English play ‘Heidi of the Alps’ enacted by students of UKG to Class-V, a Hindi play ‘Sadachar ka tabeez’by students of class ix to xi and a dazzling cluster of dances that gave all a glimpse of India, concluding with a scintillating number ‘Jai Ho’. The talented singers of the school sang several melodious numbers that created the right ambience for the cold evening.

The Principal, Mrs. Samita Sinha presented her annual report in which she mentioned the names of the students who have brought laurels for the school which included Gaurav Prasad who not only received the Ranodeb Choudhary award for scoring the highest in science in the AISSCE exams but also has the distinction of clearing all PMT exams, topping the Jharkhand entrance, scoring the 50th rank in JIPMER and the 29th rank in AIIMS .Surabhi Munda was awarded the Amala Goswami silver endowment for the all around performer of class x. Dr. Rabindra Nath Bhagat Vice Chancellor of Vinobha Bhave University was the chief guest of the occasion while Mrs. Bhagat gave away the prizes. Ruchika Bhartya the Head girl, delivered the inaugural address while Ayush Ojha the Head boy concluded the programme.