A special assembly was conducted on 9th November on account of Diwali by the middle school students. The objective of this assembly was to remind and inform everybody that all different religious festivals bring the message of love, tolerance and misunderstanding.
An educational trip to Rajasthan was organized by the school in the last week of October. A group of 95 students accompanied by nine teachers embarked on the journey. Educational trip of such kind give the students a chance to build closer bonds with other students and the chance to build and experience a new environment. The trip started with great zeal and zest from Kanpur to Sawai Madhopur station. The main attraction was Ranthambore National Park Tiger Reserve, where they were attracted by the majestic predators in their natural habitat. They witnessed a fight between two bears, some antelopes, sambar deer and crocodiles. They visited the Ranthambore Fort which is known for its glory and valor of the Chauhan Dynasty.
Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, celebrated its 41st Founders’ Day on 28th November 2015 in its portals.
Professor Himanshu Rai – an alumni of the school and presently the SDA Boccioni Professor of Organization and Human Resource Management, presently associated with management institutes including IIM Lucknow, was the Chief Guest.
Jhanak Dubey (VIII-D) and Mithi Saraf (IX) qualified for the ICSE National Meet and participated in the National Meet held in Gandhi Nagar Gujrat from 4th to 6th November. Misthi won the Merit certificate of participation while Jhanak Dubey made us proud by winning bronze Medal at National Level in Discuss throw in Junior girls category.
Orient Black Swan Publications conducted a workshop on English Language on 31st October2015 at Mehfil Restaurant. Mrs. Ruchi Seth and Miss. Rosemary Gonsalves attended the same. The workshop was conducted by Mrs. S. Kurian and Mr. S. Thomas from Hyderabad. They laid a lot of stress on Speaking, listening skills and Pronunciation Skills. Information about Technology based Classroom instruction was also given. Various exercises were practiced to bring life to a boring classroom.
This year, the Jaipuria Computer Club (JCC) celebrates the 15th anniversary of their annual Techno-Cultural festival, COMFEST which will be held from 15th to 18th of October. With elements of literary and art, the event is one of the most awaited school festivals. This year, the JCC has taken Comfest to the next level with new and unique events, intensified level of competition and an Entertainment Evening featuring the top performers of the country. The students studying in class 10th have also introduced an android application titled ‘Comfest15’, and have modified the logo of the same. The website designed by the JCC has the following URL: www.comfest.in
‘What roots are to trees Grandparents are to the family’.
They nurture us and hold us strongly and firmly connected to our values and traditions.
With these thoughts in mind, Grandparents’ Day was celebrated in the portals of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School on the 6 November, 2015 under the banner – “Fairy Fiesta”.
This year Independence Day was celebrated along with Varshamangal Utsav.
The chief guest Pandit K A Dubey Padmesh unfurled the flag and the program started with a patriotic song. A house march past and drill was performed by the senior children. Keeping up with the Jaipurian tradition of excellence, the children worked with great zeal and enthusiasm along with the teacher to put up an incandescent performance which surpassed everyone’s imagination.