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Annual Function 2018 at SCS

A rainbow of colors unfurled on the stage as Surendranath Centenary School celebrated its Annual Function Cum Prize Distribution ‘Rendezvous’ with enthusiasm, excitement and youthful exuberance on 22nd December 2018 wherein a plethora of cultural events were displayed.

Mr. Rana S. Chakravarty,Director (Marketing) Heavy Engineering Corporation, Ranchi graced the occasion with his presence as the Chief Guest and Ms. Sujata Kumari Veenapani, IPS City S.P Ranchi was the esteemed Guest of Honour . All hands joined together as they inaugurated the function by lighting the ceremonial lamp. The programme commenced with the melodious welcome song presented by the students of Class IX to XII followed by the welcome dance on Saraswati Vandana by the students of Class VI to VIII. Mayank R.V Vishal, the Head Boy of the school delivered the welcome address. The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha rose to the audience to present a glimpse of the school’s progress and achievements in both academic and co curricular activities through her annual report. She shared her vision for the growth of the school. This was followed by a series of performances which brought forth the talent of the students and enthralled the audience.

The tiny tots of UKG to II with their play ‘Nature’s Dogma’ aroused awareness among all those who take environment for granted. It reminded everyone of their duties and responsibilities towards mother earth. Shradhanjali, a tribute to the former Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee paid by the students of Class IV to IX cast a magic on the stage and left the audience spell bound. The students of Class III to XII showcased their talent in the dance drama ‘Divya Leela’ which was an adapted version of Rabindranath Tagore’s ‘Bhanu Singher Padawali’ through a blend of Rabindrik dance style and Kathak. It was a breathtaking performance which mesmerized each one.The scintillating farewell dance by the students of VIII to XII added to the vibrance & color of the annual function.

The school magazine ‘Expressions’ was released by the guests followed by the prize distribution

The guests bestowed the honours and awards on 110 school achievers for academic excellence and curricular activities for the session 2017-18. Aditya Anshul the most outstanding student of the outgoing batch of class X received the prestigious Amala Goswami Award. Laxmikant Mahto and Vaishnavi, Class XII school toppers of Science Stream were honoured with Ranadev Choudhari Endowment. Ritwika Soumya,Class XII commerce topper received the Mira Choudhary Award. Champions trophy was bagged by Panther house.

The Chief Guest was impressed by the impeccable performance of the students and said that they have always been proving their worth in academics and have also enormous potential to excel in the field of cultural activities. He applauded the school for imparting quality education among the children and nurturing to excel in all fields. He also quoted the lines of the famous poet Harivansh Rai Bachhan to inspire the students and appreciated the parents for their support. While addressing the gathering the Guest of Honour expressed her heartfelt thanks and urged the students to avoid peer pressure and find their own path to become successful.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha congratulated the students for their relentless effort & brilliant performance and extended her heartfelt thanks to all for making the day a grand success. Vote of thanks was proposed by the Head Girl Adiba Alam. The programme concluded with the National Anthem.


Chritmas Celebration at SCS Ranchi

Children of UKG of the junior section of Surendranath Centenary School celebrated Christmas festival on 20th December 2018 with great joy and vigor. They were dressed up in red and white as Santa and Fairy,they gathered together to celebrate the festival of give and forgive-Christmas. They decorated the Christmas tree with bells, stars, gifts, balloons etc. They also danced around the tree on the tune of jingle bells …and we wish you a merry Christmas …. Santa Claus too joined the children, danced with them and distributed gifts among the children. Children shook hands, wished merry Christmas and shared crayons and small gifts with each other. This celebration was organized to make the students feel the joy of sharing. The children spread cheer with their smiles and lovely attire.

Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha wished children a merry Christmas and said that such festival helps in inculcating the value of sharing, spirit of forgiveness and togetherness.



Fancy Dress @ SCS

A fancy dress was organized in the junior section of Surendranath Centenary School on 30th November, 2018.Tiny tots of UKG showcased their talent in the message based fancy dress presentation i.e. ‘Listen-Think-Follow’. Children dressed up in colorful costumes and spoke a few sentences about the characters they depicted. The attractive and fascinating costumes added value to the characters presented. The special awareness drive carried the message of save water, animals, birds & trees, eat healthy and avoid junk food, safety first, save girl child, love yourself etc. Charlie Chaplin, digital Raavana & mythological characters were very much appreciated.

The effort and hard work of the children and the parents were highly commendable. The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha said that the presentation proved a good learning experience for the students and also gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent.


Social Science Exhibition

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A Social science exhibition was organized in Surendranath Centenary School on 6th November, 2018 in the school auditorium. Mr. K. K. Khandelwal, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary Government of Jharkhand was the chief guest on the occasion. He inaugurated the exhibition. The students of standard IX to XII displayed their innovative and creative skills through different models. They showcased their talent and creativity with great zeal and zest. The theme of the exhibition was ‘Timeline Transcending India’. The exhibits depicted the vision, hard work and enthusiasm of the students. The models showed the progress achieved in several aspects of our life like economic development, infrastructure, town planning, GST etc. Altogether 55 models were put up by the students ranging from Economics, Political Science, History and Geography.

The Chief Guest appreciated the exhibits of the children and told them to dream big , work hard towards it and suggested the children to plan well so that they would surely be successful in their endeavors. He further advised them to aim at excellence which would benefit the society also. 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 develops creativity and better understanding among them. .


Commendable performance in JHARPEX 2018

Students of surendranath Centenary School Performed brilliantly in various competitions in Jharpex-2018 organised by the Postal Deparment at Palash Sabhagar Doranda. Students from many other schools also participated in the different competitions. And the students of Surendranath Centenary School came out with flying colours.

Swaroop Mitra, Abhigyan Karn,Vaishnavi Jha and Shobhit Bhalla (all from class IX) won the first prize in the Quiz Competition for classes IX to XII.

In category I (Classes I –III) of the Stamp Designing Competition Divyanka Priya and Manavshresth won the first and second prize respectively.

In category II (Classes IV to VIII) Samridhi Kumari got the third prize where as in category III (classes IX to XII) Surbhi Kumari (class IX) won the first prize.

In the Folk Dance Competition of classes IV to VIII a team comprised of Shreya, Ishita Rakesh and Pahal Purva (all from class V) won the first prize.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha congratulated all the winners and said that such competitions boost the self confidence of the children. It also helps in their overall development.

The Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha sensitised the students about the ill effects of crackers and spoke about the significance of the festival how good always conquers the evil.


First Prize in Inter School Quiz

Students of surendranath Centenary School won the first prize in Quiz Competition organised by the Central Bureau of Investigation (C.B.I) Ranchi, on the occasion of Vigilance Awareness Week. In the category of classes IX to XII the team comprised of Swaroop Mitra, Abhig yan Karn and Vaishnavi Jha (all from class IX) got the first prize. It was the youngest team among all.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha congratulated all the winners and said that the school had won the competition in the second consecutive years which is a matter of great pride for all of us.


Safe Diwali Celebration

On 3rd November 2018 the junior wing students of Surendranath Centenary School celebrated the festival of lights with all grandeur, devotion and excitement. Students stressed the need of safe, eco friendly and cracker free Dewali. They strongly gave the message to enjoy a festival with safety and prayers. Various activities marked the day which included diya and candle decoration and rangoli making by the students of class I & II. A skit ‘Safe and Happy Dewali’ was presented by the students of class III and IV ,laying stress on pollution free Dewali, offering prayers, sharing of sweets and bursting of crackers in presence of elders. They spread the message of honouring the labour of the potters and requested everyone to use diyas to light their homes. The programme concluded with a tapping note ‘Jai Ganesh Deva’.

The Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha sensitised the students about the ill effects of crackers and spoke about the significance of the festival how good always conquers the evil.


Celebration of Vigilance Awareness Week

A week long (29th October to 3rd November) Vigilance Awareness Week was observed in Surendranath Centenary School,Ranchi as per the guidelines of CBSE. The week was celebrated on the theme ‘Eradicate Corruption -Build A New India’ to sensitize and devise for public awareness .The basic motto of this week was to eradicate a corruption from society. The observance of the week started on 29th October with a pledge in the assembly by all the staff members and students for eradication of corruption. Various activities such as essay writing, slogan writing, Hindi elocution, painting competition were organised based on the theme ‘Eradicate Corruption Build A New India’.

On 29th October an Essay writing competition was organised for the students of class VI to XII. Students participated in the competition with great enthusiasm. On 30th October a slogan writing competition was organised for the students of class VI to VIII. On 31st October Hindi elocution was organised in which the students strongly presented their views. Students also took an e- Pledge to uproot the corruption from the country. An interactive session was organized for the students of class IX and XI on 2nd November as a part of Vigilance Week Celebration. Lieutenant Colonel Ashwini A S Pawar(VSM) was the spokesperson of this interactive session. She talked about Ethics and Values with the help of PPT presentation and its importance in eradicating corruption from the society. She made children aware the need to curb corruption for a better society.

The Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha stressed on the need of eradicating corruption for a better society. She also emphasized that awareness against corruption should not be restricted to a week long celebration rather it should be a continuous process. The week long celebration successfully concluded on 3rd October 2018.


Celebration of Durgotsav

On the eve of Durga Puja, the students of class IV presented Durgotsava with great fervor and enthusiasm.The programme started with Ganesh Vandana. The emerging of Maa Durga as a collective energy to fight against the demon Mahishasura was depicted with great zeal and zest. Thereafter ‘Durga Stuti’ was sung and ‘Sindur Khela’ was performed as an inevitable part of the great celebrations. The programme concluded with reverberating ‘Dandia’.

The Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha said that the Durga Puja festival epitomizes the ‘Victory of Good over Evil’. She appreciated the efforts of the students and teachers for keeping the cultural heritage alive. The celebration was initiated with an objective to spread awareness towards culture.


Joy of Giving Week

The Students of Class X of the school celebrated the ‘Joy of Giving Week’ with the inmates of the ‘Old Age Home, Bariatu’. Through such activities the school aims at sensitizing the young generation towards the elderly.

This visit brought smile on the faces of the children as well as the elderly. The joy of gifting filled the hearts of the students with immense joy and satisfaction.

Children also interacted with them and realized that it’s extremely important to spend time with the grandparents at home also, and that is what they crave for.

They want to be loved and cared for. Children returned enriched with the blessings, sensitized and promised to do their bit for the society.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha appreciated the enthusiasm shown by the students for this noble cause. She constantly encourages the students to take part in such acts of charity and become responsible citizens of the society.


Report on Swachhata Pakhwada

As per the guidelines of C.B.S.E, Surendranath Centenary School, Ranchi successfully organized Swachhta Pakhwada with great zeal and zest from 1st September to 15th September 2018.

The important activities undertaken during Swachhta Pakhwada were as follows:

1st September 2018 (Swachhta Shapath Day)

Swachhta Pakhwada began with a pledge taking ceremony in the morning assembly. Students along with the teachers took a pledge to devote at least 100 hours per year to voluntarily work for cleanliness. The pledge was followed by a speech on cleanliness by Swaroop Mitra of class IX A, on how to keep the surrounding clean by inculcating good habits in one’s daily routine. Each student promised to keep his/her home, class, school and community clean in the presence of the class teachers.

2nd to 4th September 2018 (Swachhta Awareness Day)

A meeting was held in the school auditorium with the objective to involve the parents which included a presentation followed by an activity to promote awareness on hygiene and sanitation. The students dressed up in different costumes to spread the message on cleanliness. An inspection of sanitary facilities was done by a group of teachers. At the same time an extensive cleaning of toilets, campus and the surrounding areas was carried out by the cleaning staff. Students also took part in cleaning their respective class rooms, fans, windows, cupboards, benches and desks etc.

A workshop was organised on ‘Health and Hygiene’. The workshop was addressed by Dr.Rashmi Prasad,a senior Gynaecologist of Sadar Hospital Ranchi. She made the children and parents aware of the need to maintain and promote cleanliness for fit and healthy life.

5th September 2018 (Green School Drive)

A Green School Drive campaign was conducted in the school by the teachers, students and the non teaching staff. The students were instructed to dispose off recycle and non recycle waste in green and blue dustbins respectively. Plantation of saplings of fruit trees in the school campus was under taken actively by the students of classes IX to XII under the guidance of the teachers. Students were also inspired and encouraged to reuse the waste material by the activity ‘Best Out of Waste’. The non teaching staff was also involved in removing all kinds of waste materials from the classrooms and school premises.

A speech was also delivered by one of the senior teachers Mrs.Sony Srivastava in the morning assembly to promote cleanliness and hygiene in school as well as surrounding areas.

6th September 2018 (Swachhta Participation Day)

In order to create awareness among the children the school organised various activities such as painting and poster making competition, face painting competition, quiz competition, English essay writing competition, Hindi debate etc. to propagate the theme of the Swachhta Pakhwada. A skit (street play) ‘Safai Ka Mahayagya’ was also performed by the students in which they gave a strong message regarding keeping the surrounding clean and tidy and keeping personal health and hygiene.

7th September 2018 (Hand Wash Day)

The students were taught the importance of hand washing. Students of junior classes recited a rhyme on hand wash and were dressed up as soap, water drop and sanitizer. They moved around in all the classes to spread the message of cleanliness. Each pupil observed the proper steps of hand washing.

8th September 2018 (Personal Hygiene Day)

An audio visual programme was under taken to motivate students and others on maintaining cleanliness. Students learnt correct ways of trimming the nails and keeping them clean. Hand outs on personal hygiene were distributed among the students.

9th and 10 September 2018 (Community Participation Day)

Students actively participated in slogan writing competition on swachhta pakhwada and a march was under taken by the students in the nearby areas with banners and posters to create awareness among the people regarding cleanliness. Checking of wastage of water and channelizing the used water from hand washing unit to the garden was also initiated in the school.

11th September 2018 (Swachhta School Exhibition Day)

The day started with the display of Photographs, paintings, cartoons, slogans on swachhta in the auditorium. The exhibition displayed the work of the students in which Best Out of Waste was highly appreciated. An audio visual documentary was also shown to the parents who were specially invited to witness the event of the day and be a part of the cleaning campaign.

12th September 2018 (Swachhta Water Day)

An awareness programme in the morning assembly on water borne diseases, their causes and simple preventive measures was organized for the students. The programme for the day also included the inspection of the water points and the water tanks. The teachers delegated with the task clicked photos, examined the water points specially the cleanliness and the upkeeping. They also looked into the water tanks and found the tanks clean and covered the water safe for use.

13th September 2018 (Water Harvesting Day)

The teachers provided information to the students on implementation of simple water harvesting structures in school. The students were motivated to adopt rain water harvesting system in their homes in order to replenish the underground water table.

14th September 2018 (Letter Writing Day)

Students participated in writing letters to their parents on what they had learnt during the swachhta pakhwada and at the same time urged their parents to become responsible citizens and keep their surrounding clean.

15th September 2018 (Prize Distribution)

A fortnight celebration of swachhta Pakhwada successfully came to an end on 15th September 2018 at Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi. On this occasion a prize distribution ceremony for the winning participants of the different activities was organised in the school auditorium. The Deputy Mayor Mr.Sanjeev Vijayvargiye graced the occasion as a Chief Guest and gave away the prizes to the winners.

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Measles Rubella (MR) Vaccination Camp organised on 08th September 2018

The Measles Rubella Vaccination Camp was organised on 8th September 2018 at Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi under the able guidance of the Chief Medical Officer and the Civil Surgeon, Ranchi.

The experienced doctors and highly skilled health workers administered the vaccination to 835 students of the school from classes UKG to X. The children were vaccinated in the presence of their parents and were kept under observation for a short period of time.

The school under the able guidance of the Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha provided the required infrastructure to facilitate the smooth running of the campaign. The school had arranged spacious vaccination rooms, sick rooms and several observation rooms.

The Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha said that such campaign would help to eliminate Measles and control Rubella Syndrome in the country. She expressed her gratitude towards the parents and the health officers for being instrumental in the success of their campaign..


Janmashtami Celebration

Janmashtami was celebrated with a lot of passion and zeal at the junior wing of Surendranath Centenary School on 30th August 2018.The occasion was marked with the colorful programme which were enthusiastically presented by the students of class I. Children came dressed up as Radha-Krishna gave a traditional touch to the entire celebration of the birth of Lord Krishna. The Anchors Sanchita and Anshu confidently introduced Devansh and Ansh who recited ‘Kanha’. The children performed the skit on ‘Krishna Janmotsav’ won the praises of the audience. The Children also enthralled the audience with their scintillating dance performance on ‘Nand ke Anand Bhayo’. It filled the environment with joy and sacredness.

The programme concluded with the ‘Matki Phod’ event to mark the mischievous nature of ‘Bal Gopal’.It was enjoyed by everyone. Beautiful decorations festooned all around the matki, made the event more cheerful and colorful.

The Principal Mrs.Samita Sinha said that such celebration conveyed the strong message ‘Victory of good over evil’. She also urged the students to follow the path of truth and honesty and shun the evil.

The celebration was a step towards spreading awareness towards culture.


Independence Day Celebration

Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi celebrated the 72nd Independence Day with unprecedented patriotic fervour. The gamut of celebration consisted of patriotic song, dance drama and skit which were held in the auditorium to mark the occasion with great zeal and zest.

Before the programme started the Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha hoisted the Tricolour in the school campus and the National Anthem was sung thereafter. The programme started with a patriotic song ‘Mera Bharat Itna Mahan’ sung by the students of VI to VIII arouse patriotic emotions among everyone present in the auditorium. Simran ,The Deputy Head Girl delivered a speech to remind the audience of the sacrifices made by the freedom fighters for the freedom of our country. Students of Classes VII to XII presented a dance drama that highlighted the role and sacrifices of the freedom fighters like Mangal Pandey,Jhansi Ki Rani,Veer Kunwar Singh,Birsa Munda and Khudiram Bose. An enaction of Dandi March by Gandhiji was carried out by the students came alive which impressed the audience a lot. Abhinav Singh, a student of class IX B delivered a speech in Hindi enlighten the students on the struggle for the freedom of the country. It reminded the sacrifices of those who gave up their lives for the freedom of motherland .A vibrant and colourful dance on the song “Teri Meri Chunariya’ by the students of IX and X enthralled the audience. A Patriotic song ‘Ai Watan Mere Watan Abaad Rahe Tu’ developed patriotic feelings among the audience.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha extended her heartiest greetings on this occasion. In her speech she stressed on the need of taking responsibility to eradicate social evils from the society and to contribute in a positive manner to bring a change in our country. She also recalled the role of our soldiers during the Kargil War and highlighted many facts related to it..


Celebration of Pre Independence Day

Pre-independence Day Celebration was organised with great pomp and show at the Junior wing of Surendranath Centenary School on 14th August 2018. The Junior students presented an array of vibrant and colourful programme in the auditorium to mark this occasion. Mili a student of class III C delivered a speech enlighting the students on the struggle for the freedom of the country. It reminded the sacrifices of those who gave up their lives for the freedom of motherland.

The slogans echoed in the auditorium and brought the entire audience to their feet as the students dressed up as Bal GangadharTilak, Bhagat Singh, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose and Rani Laxmi Bai walked up the stage. A Hindi Skit ‘Swach Bharat’ was also presented to create awareness for cleanliness among the children. A group of students danced on a melodious patriotic song ‘Aisa Desh Hai Mera’, enthralled the audience on the occasion. The tiny national flags fluttered in the hands of the UKG students as they participated in ‘Run for Freedom’.

Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha said that we should salute those heroic spirits and pay our homage to them by remembering their brave deeds and sacrifices for our motherland and never forget that it is because of their efforts that we stand today and breathe in an Independent India.

All the kids were very excited to be the part of the function. The function came to an end with national song.


Career Counselling Session

A Career Counselling and Motivational Session was organised at Surendranath Centenary School for the students of Commerce stream on 8th August 2018.The resource person was Mrs. Rashmi Kapila (a renowned counsellor and motivator). Firstly she motivated the students to know their strengths and weakness and accordingly choose the right career options for themselves. She gave detailed information on the available colleges and institutions to take admission after completing their twelfth standard. She also guided the students to select the right career in their life. Students also got their quires answered by the resource person.

At the end of the session the Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha expressed that the school is committed towards shaping the future of all its students. She further added that a session like this will help the students in choosing better institutions and career options in their life.


Nutrition Awareness Programme by OSAM Dairy

An interactive and informative programme ‘Awesome Kids’ was organized for the students of classes V to VII at Surendranth Centenary School on 31st July, 2018 by OSAM Dairy. Mr. Abhinav Sah, the CEO of OSAM Dairy an alumni of this school addressed the students and made them aware of the importance of milk and milk products for a healthy growth. A quiz based on the topic ‘Milk’ was conducted by Miss Monica. Stationary Kits were gifted to the children and a drawing competition on the topic ‘Milk and Health’ was conducted by them. Chandrani Chakraborty ,Ayush Raj and priyanshu Das was adjudged first, second and third respectively from class V. Shrestha ,Surbhi and Riddhi from classs VI bagged the first ,second and third prize. From class VII the winners were Ariba, Aisha, Salvinia and Akansha.

Sweet curd was distributed among the students by the event organizers. Mr.Mayank Sinha , the Additional Vice President of OSAM Dairy who is also an alumni said that it was an endeavor to create awareness about the value of nutrition among school students .

The programme proved to be a great success and a learning experience for the children. They realized the importance of milk and milk products in their diet plan.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha thanked Mr. Sah for his initiative and expressed the need for such programme in the society, which does not follow a healthy diet schedule.


Interactive session for Measles & Rubella Vaccination

An interactive Session on Measles and Rubella vaccination was conducted at Surendranath Centenary School on the 19th and month luly 2018 by DRCHO Dr Shashi Bhushan Xalxo, Mr.Tabrej Alam ,Public Health Manager, Dr.Annu Boby ,Medical Officer and Dr Khalid of UNICEF. The objective was to make the parents aware of the different diseases especially Measles and Rubella. Dr. Anu threw light on the immunization program and convinced the parents regarding its authenticity so that they give their consent for the vaccination. During the discussion Dr.Anu stated that Measles and Rubella are deadly diseases and takes many lives in India every year. So it is better to take prevention against this deadly contagious disease instead of going door to door for treatment. She further added that if Prevention is not taken even the best doctors will not be able to help. The doctors explained to the parents the symptoms and the problems related to the disease. According to them parents could be a source of inspiration to one another then it will be significant contribution towards combating this disease. They informed the parents that the vaccination is only for the children are upto 15 years of age. The doubts of the parents were clarified during the session and the parents were convinced and enlightened about the benefits of the immunization program.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha felt that the health of the children is more valuable than any other thing because it is a source of success and happiness. She expressed her gratitude towards the initiative taken by the Health Officers and thanked them for sharing their knowledge and insight with the parents.


Celebration of Rath Yatra Mahotsav

Chariot festival was celebrated at the junior wing of Surendranath Centenary School on 13th July 2018.The children of UKG celebrated the occasion with great enthusiasm. The chariot itself was prepared and decorated by the students and teachers. The amazingly beautiful idols of Lord Jagannath,Lord Balbhadra and Devi Subhadra were placed on the beautifully decorated chariot and was pulled by the students on the rhythm of music and beats of drums. The children clapped with joy and happiness. Three students dressed up as deities and followed the Rath. They spread the messages of peace, harmony and brotherhood. The kids also enjoyed sharing their food items with each other.

The celebration was initiated with an objective to spread awareness towards culture and create a feeling of equality, social sharing and integrity.


Commendable performance in various International Olympiads

Students of Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi excelled in various SOF Olympiads for the year 2017-18 and bagged prizes and certificates. Dheeraj Murthy of class IX and Anurag Anand of class V D got the Zonal Rank 1 in the International English and Mathematics Olympiads respectively. They received the prestigious Zonal Gold Medal, certificate of Zonal Excellence and a cheque worth Rs.5000 (five thousand) each .Altogether 17 students from different classes bagged certificates of Zonal Excellence.

The winners were given prizes and certificates during the assembly by the coordinators .They also congratulated then on their brilliant performance and wished them for their future endeavours.


Celebration of Van Mahotsav

The Van-Mahotsav celebration which started on 3rd July 2018 concluded on 6th July at Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi. An array of cultural programme was organised to instil a sense of of social responsibility in the students towards safeguarding trees and forest. The program began on a positive note with a group song to promote greenery. Bhavya, a student of Class VIII B delivered a speech emphasizing the need to protect the environment by planting more and more trees. This was followed by a skit ‘Safai Ka Mahayagya‘ performed by the students of class VIII and IX,.The Skit highlighted the Principle of ‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’. The skit not only entertained the audience but conveyed the message for keeping our environment clean and hygienic for a healthy life. A group dance ‘Na Kaato Mujhe’ by the students of class III to V presented the anguish of tress which are being cut recklessly by the people. The students were dressed as tress created awareness regarding protection of trees in the surrounding.

The whole programme sensitized the students about their role in conserving the trees.

Mrs. Anannya Sen the co-ordinators of co curricular activities of the school said that such celebration encouraged the students to preserve trees and it also plays a vital role in maintaining the ecological balance .She added that it also helped to strengthen the bond between the plants and the humans


Nutrition Week & Doctor’s Day Celebration

‘Nutrition Week’ was observed from 25th to 29th June 2018 by the students of Classes UKG to II at the junior wing of Surendranath Centenary School, Ranchi. During the week parents were requested to send their wards with nutritious lunch including fruits and sprouts to encourage and make them realize the importance of health. The parents appreciated the initiative with their cooperation.

The week concluded with the ‘Doctor’s Day’ celebration. The students of classes I and II enacted the roles of doctors and spoke about the importance of hygiene and proper nutrition. The poem ‘Doctor’ was recited by ‘Alisha’ a student of class II C and a skit performed by the students on doctors. The skit highlighted the important role played by the doctors in the life of people. A lively dance was also performed by the students at the end of the programme which won accolades by the audience.

The observance of ‘Doctors Day’ is the best time to appreciate the role of doctors for caring and saving the life of people.

On the occasion a health camp was also organized by the school under the guidance of Dr. Sandip Agarwal, Associate Professer of Surgery RIMS and Dr. Rashmi Prasad,CMO Sadar Hospital. The doctors spoke to the children about the importance of nutritious food ,healthy living and routine life.

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


Celebration of International Yoga Day

The 4th International Day of Yoga was celebrated on 21st June 2018 at Surendranath Centenary School,Ranchi with great enthusiasm and vigour. A special yoga session was conducted for the students of classes III to V. The Students performed various Asanas like Bhujangasana,Vajrasana,Tadasana,Chakrasana,Halasana etc. in the school premises under the guidance of their yoga teacher. The Yoga teacher 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 rhythemic 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 Co-Curricular Activities Coordinator Mrs Annanya Sen 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 at the School

A weeklong Summer Camp organised by Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi concluded today in a very satisfying manner. The camp kicked off on 4th June 2018 and continued till 11th June 2018. More than hundred students from classes IV 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. A get together was organised on the last day of the camp to express and convey their acknowledgement.

The co-ordinator of co-curricular activities of the school Mrs. Annanya Sen, 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 them self-confidence & building social skills.


Orientation Programme on Inclusion and Inclusive Strategies

An Orientation Programme was conducted on “Inclusion and Inclusive strategies” (capacity building programme) at Surendranath Centenary School, Dipatoli on 24th and 25th of May, 2018 respectively. The resource persons for this training session were Dr. Pragya Verma (Deputy Director, Inclusive education, CBSE) and Dr. Kishore H Mane (Assistant professor, BHU, Varanasi). A workshop of such kind was the first to be held in Ranchi which created an awareness regarding Inclusion in regular schools, which is immensely essential to cater the needs of the students. Maybe due to circumstantial reasons, parents and teachers are sometimes unable to identify the problems faced by their children.

The workshop saw a participation of approximately 60 participants, that included Principals, vice principals and counselors from different cities of Jharkhand including Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Bokaro etc. There was a wide discussion on the topics like ‘knowing various disabilities’, ‘understanding classroom barriers, and ‘Behaviour Modification. It was an enriching and learning experience for all. Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha inferentially stated that such workshops are the need of the hour and we need to understand the importance of Inclusive education and its’ application in school management.


Commendable Performance in Wushu & Yoga Championship

The students of Surendranath Centenary School won seven medals in the 1st Inter School CBSE/ICSE Wushu championship organised by Jharkhand Wushu Assosiation at Sahid Birsa Munda Stadium on 6th May 2018.

Krish Oraon (III A), Naiteek Raaj (V D) &Ayush Maan clinched the silver Medal while Rishav Singh Jha (IV A),Sharad Nag Yadav (IV B),Shivanshi Sharma V A & Aryan Bhagat (V B) got the bronze medal.

The students also displayed their great energy and enthusiasm in performing the different ‘asans’ in the 22nd All India inter School & Club Yoga championship organised by Ranchi Yoga Culture .Bhavya of III C got the 5th prize for her excellent perpomance in the junior group (girls).

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha congratulated and appreciated the efforts of all the winners and conveyed her best wishes to them for their future endeavours.


Celebration of Rabindra Jayanti

On 10th May 2018, the birth anniversary of the Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore was celebrated at the junior wing of Surendranath Centenary School. The Junior students presented an array of programme to mark this occasion. Harshvee a student of class IV D delivered a speech enlighten the students on his contribution as a poet, philosopher, playwright, painter and as an educationist. She also highlighted the fact that he was born in a simple family and later on composed the National Anthem of our country. An English poem ‘Paper Boat’ was presented by Shreya Samridhi of Class V B which was enacted by the students of class I and II.A Hindi song ‘Mere Chit Me..’ was performed with dance and this was followed by a colourful fusion dance by the students of class V. 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.


Workshop on Class Room Management

A Workshop was conducted at Surendranath Centenary School on 5th May 2018 on Class Room Management for the senior section teachers (VI to XII).The resource persons were Mrs. Anannya Sen and Mrs. Piali Das Gupta, the senior teachers of the school . Mrs. A. Sen discussed the effective teaching techniques that can be adopted by the teachers to enhance their teaching skills. Mrs. Piali Das Gupta discussed the Rules, Procedures and Routine to be followed in the classroom. She also discussed the Inter Personal Relationship of the teachers with the students and parents. Video clippings and activities were organised which was not only interesting but engaging. It was an interactive and enriching session for the teachers. The Principal, Mrs. Samita Sinha said that such workshops serve the purpose of enhancing the teaching skills of the teachers. She also added that they enable the teachers to keep abreast with the latest teaching methodology so that they can meet the demands of the present day education system.


Fun with Friends: ‘Colour, Fruit & Rhyme Time’ (Junior Wing) held on 04th May 2018

Childhood is the best and happiest phase of anyone’s life. Children not only enjoy during this phase with full vigour but they also learn from each other. With these objectives an activity called “Fun with Friends: Colour, Fruit & Rhyme Time” was organised on 4th May 2018 at the Junior wing of Surendranath Centenary School. The tiny tots presented rhymes on the theme ‘Good morning fruits I eat fruits every day’. The children wore colourful dresses in the shape and design of different fruits and sang rhymes with great enthusiasm. The children learnt the importance of fruits in their diet. The concept of healthy fruits, its colour and taste was explained in a playful manner. An action song “Apples are red-red, bananas are yellow-yellow…” was also presented by them.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha said that such activities not only help the children to get acquainted with one another but also enables them to acquire various skills in a playful way.


Visit to Old Age Home - Class X Students on 03-05-2018

The Class X students of Surendranath Centenary School, Ranchi, visited the Old Age Home, Cheshire Home Road, on 03.05.2018, to spend some quality time with the elderly people, residing there. As a part of SUPW activity, the students had prepared handicrafts which were sold during an Art and Craft Exhibition. The money collected from this was used to purchase a geyser and a toaster which was gifted to them.. The students learnt a valuable lesson in compassion towards the elderly. The initiative was taken up to sensitize the students regarding their problems and difficult life.

The residents of the Old Age Home were overwhelmed with the warmth and care shown by the students and the teachers. The joyous expression on their faces reflected their gratitude.

The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha appreciated the enthusiasm shown by the students for this noble cause. She constantly encourages the students to take part in such acts of charity and become responsible citizens of the society.


Investiture Ceremony (Nurturing Future Leaders) - held on 01-05-2018

On 1st May 2018, 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 Mayank R. V. Vishal, Head Girl Adiba Alam along with the, Sports Captain, House Captains, Students’ Representative, 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 their hope that they will work towards the good of the institution and deliver their responsibilities to the best of their abilities.

The badge holders were encouraged to shoulders their duties and excel in their future endeavours.


Road Safety and Traffic Awareness Programme

On 19th April 2018, a Road Safety and Traffic Awareness Programme was conducted by Dainik Jagran at Surendranath Centenary School to spread awareness among the youngsters about the road safety and traffic rules. The programme began with the felicitation ceremony by giving away the Tulsi plants by the senior manager of Dainik Jagran Mr Manoj Gupta to the Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha and the traffic S.P Mr Sanjay Ranjan singh who was the chief guest of the programme .The Programme commenced with the presentation on the topics such as achievements of Jagran, sanskarshala, cctv footage of road accidents. Two street plays were presented by the NCC cadets ‘Yamraj on Duty’,and ‘Horn Dhire Baja re Pagle’.were quite interesting and informative. The traffic S.P interacted with the students and guided them about the safety rules.The Principal Mrs. Samita sinha appreciated the effort put up by the Jagran team and she hoped that it will be a ‘wake up call’ for the students. .


Orientation Day for UKG 2018-19

On 5th April 2018, Surendranath Centenary School Ranchi organised an Orientation Programme for the parents of the new entrants of class UKG session 2018-19.The aim of the programme was to initiate a harmonious learning process and to familiarize parents with the school ethos.

The Principal, Mrs. Samita Sinha addressed the gathering by sharing the school’s vision and mission and also reiterating the school parent partnership to ensure holistic development of the young ones. Furthermore she briefed the parents about the general instructions to be followed for the progress of the children. She emphasised the importance of discipline, school rules, good habits and moral values. Parents were also guided about the on- line fee payments to promote cashless transaction. The session was interactive where the parents and students were introduced to the respective class teachers and all their queries were answered.

Overall the orientation programme helped to streamline the smooth transition of the new parents into the SCS family and make them familiar with the curriculum, rules and regulations of the school. .


Farewell of Class X & XII

The Farewell Ceremony for the outgoing students of class X and XII was organized in Surendranath Centenary School on 22nd February 2018 in the school auditorium.
The day was filled with nostalgia fun and excitement and the students spent the day reminiscing the joyous moments of their school life. The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha addressed the students with an inspirational and motivating speech. She enlightened the students regarding the exam strategy and emphasized the importance of discipline, hard work, sincerity and honesty in achieving success in life. She advised the students to leave their past behind and focus on their future by analyzing their strength. While sharing the views of the Prime Minister Mr.Narendra Modi,the Principal urged the students to build self confidence and focus on time management, relaxatation and concentrattion on their goal .The senior teachers of the school extended their warm wishes for the upcoming Board examination and advised the students to be diligent and dedicated to get the desired result.


Pariksha Par Charcha

On 16th February 2018, the students of Surendranath Centenary School along with the parents and the teachers attended the live telecast of the Prime Minister address to the students. The prime objective of this session was to enable the students overcome stress before the examination. The session was a lively discussion on the problems faced by the students during preparation. The students put forward their queries related to Stress, Concentration ,Peer Pressure ,Comparison ,Parental and Social Pressure. According to the Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi these problems are natural phenomenon and can be solved by self analysis and advised the students to defocus before being focused. He suggested that every individual is a complete being and should compete with himself rather than others. The students were thrilled and excited during the session .The entire experience was beneficial and enlightening for them. The Principal Mrs Samita Sinha appreciated the effort and expressed her gratitude for our Prime Minister’s innovative venture. According to her such an initiative will boost the morale of the students to a great extent. .


Art & Craft Exhibition

On 3rd February 2018, an exhibition was conducted in Surendranath Centenary School, Ranchi. The scientific skill of the students of classes VI-VIII was distinctively evident in the models displayed. Apart from this as a part of SUPW activity, the students from classes IX and X sold handicraft and food items prepared by them. The entire initiative was undertaken to sensitize the students towards the underprivileged section of the society. Money collected would be donated to the Charity Organisation of Ranchi. The senior section students showed their artistic skills and displayed their creativity by attractive and colourful designs of Rangoli and Flower arrangement. In Junior Section Children exhibited Food stalls to display delicious food items used in various states of India. The competition provided the students an opportunity to discover their potential and enhance their creativity.

Results of Inter house Rangoli Making
1st Jaguar House
2nd Panther House
3rd Leopard House

Results of Inter house Flower Arrangement Competition
1st Cheetah House
2nd Panther House
3rd Panther House



69th Republic Day Celebration

The Sixty Ninth Republic Day was celebrated by the staff and students of Surendranath Centenary School with a great patriotic fervour and enthusiasm. The Principal Mrs Samita Sinha hoisted the national flag in the school campus, followed by the national anthem and slogans.
A variety of cultural programmes were performed by the students of classes V to VII which mesmerised the audience. The programme began with the patriotic song Vande Ma Taram performed by the school choir. Adya Jha and Amita Singh, students of Class V delivered the speech in English and Hindi respectively and spoke about the sanctity of the occasion and role played by the Constitutional makers with particular reference to Dr.B.R Ambedkar. A Drama based on Cleanliness is next to godliness was staged by the students which was very appealing and highly applauded by the audience. Fusion Dance on different patriotic songs compelled the audience to tap their feet.
The Principal Mrs Samita Sinha addressed the gathering and threw light on various tasks to be undertaken by the present students who are the future citizens of the country.She further added that we as a responsible citizens should strive to develop the country. She also reminded the students of the sacrifices made by the freedom fighters and emphasized the importance of Sovereignty, Integrity and solidarity.


Workshop on Life Skill

A workshop was organised for class VI students in Surendranath Centenary School on 16th January 2018. Dr. Rashmi Kapila, a renowned personality in the field of education was the resource person. The objective of the workshop was to enhance life skills among the children. She emphasized that the children should become productive for the society and not be a burden.
She explained to the students about ways to improve their concentration. She told the students to learn moral and ethical values in their day to day life. She explained to the students various types of skills such as: understanding the problems, find solutions with available resources, be creative and innovative. She also told about verbal and non verbal communication and given ideas for stress management.
The Principal Mrs. Samita Sinha encouraged the children and emphasized on the same values. She felt that such workshop helps them to face the challenges of life.



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