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Felicitation Ceremony – Toppers of the Session 2018-19

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Felicitation Ceremony – Toppers of the Session 2018-19

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Inspire Scholarship 2019

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Inspire Scholarship 2019

Inspire Scholarship 2019

 
 

DR. RAJARAM JAIPURIA MEMORIAL LECTURE 2019

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DR. RAJARAM JAIPURIA MEMORIAL LECTURE 2019

DR. RAJARAM JAIPURIA MEMORIAL LECTURE 2019

Hon’ble Vice President of India Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu delivered the First Dr Rajaram Jaipuria Memorial Lecture, at Dr B.R. Ambedkar International Convention Centre, New Delhi, today. The event commenced with chanting of Vedic Hymns by students of Bharatiya Chaturdham Ved Nyas Institution at Prayagraj, in the packed auditorium attended by prominent leaders from Business, Academia and other walks of life, besides the Faculty and Students representingvarious academic institutions started and patronized by the Jaipurias.

In his welcome speech, Shri Saket Jaipuria, Vice Chairman of Jaipuria Group of Educational Institutions mentioned the genesis of the Jaipuria groups educational ventures and the contribution of Dr Rajaram Jaipuria in spreading the light of education substantially during his life time carrying a family legacy forward. He mentioned that the presence of Hon’ble Vice President for delivering the First Memorial Lecture is a great honour for the Jaipuria Fraternity – Family, Business and Institutions.

Shri Shishir Jaipuria, Chairman, Jaipuria Group of Institutions mentioned the thought behind choice of the theme for the lecture – “Education, Entrepreneurship, Ethics” , as something very dear to the heart of Dr. Rajaram Jaipuria. He said the Memorial Lecture is inspired by the life experience and teachings of Dr. Rajaram Jaipuria. He had a strong futuristic vision, great entrepreneur who practiced ethical values and succeeded in simultaneously running a large industrial empire and creating educational institutions of excellence. The topic of this lecture was quintessentially inspired by his vision, contemporary nature of education and need for a strong ethical base. He drew parallel between the philosophical inclination of Hon’ble Vice President and Dr Rajaram Jaipuria and said the stature of this event has been greatly enhanced by the Chief Guest of the occasion, Shri Vekaiah Naidu ji, Hon’ble Vice President of India.

In his address, Hon’ble Vice president of India Shri M Venkaiah Naidu expressed this happiness for being part of this occasion. He said, “An idea needs propagation as much as a plant needs watering. Otherwise, both will wither and die”. I am therefore glad that the Ideals and Values for which Dr Rajaram Jaipuria stood for, all his life, have been carefully nurtured by his successors, and we have assembled here today to celebrate his Idea of ‘Empowering the Next Generations through Quality Education”.

SAJMUN 2019-20

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SAJMUN 2019-20

SETH ANANDRAM JAIPURIA MODEL UNITED NATIONS

Seth AnandramJaipuria Model United Nations was organized on the 21and 22 April, 2019. The conference, was a simulation of the United Nations Organization, comprised 7 committees namely- The United Nations Counter Terrorism Committee, United Nations Human Rights Council, United Nations Security Council, All India Political Parties Meet, Joint Meeting of the National Security Council,The North Command of the Armed Forces and the PMO, Special Political and Decolonization Committee and Press Corps.

Enriching discussions and debates were effectuated on agendas ranging from the Kurdish conflict to mobocracy in India, from the implementation of the 2030 agenda of sustainable development to the issue of Non-Self Governing territories.

Swami Atmashraddhananda graced the occasion with his benign presence. His words of wisdom left all the audience in a trance. He poured light on the magic of introspection and his contribution and his contribution to Ramakrishna Mission.

The event witnessed the participation of 25 schools with 275 delegates from all across the country. It is a matter of absolute privilege for the SAJMUN team to announce its collaboration with the esteemed United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan and its support for the noble HeForShe campaign.

On the day of culmination, the official newspaper,“The SAJMUN Times” was published by the Press Corps team. The newspaper entailed a brief record of the proceeding of all the committees.

Dr.RajaramJaipuria Award for the best delegation was won by M.R.Jaipuria School,Lucknow.

 

Last Assembly 2018-19

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Last Assembly 2018-19

The school conducted its last assembly for the session 2018-2019 on 27th March, 2019. The assembly was special because each house was felicitated with awards for different Inter-House events during the session 2018-19.The assembly was addressed by respected Principal ma’am, encouraging the students with her motivating words. She appreciated the students for a fruitful and enriching academic year and wished them well for their new classes. The prestigious Anand trophy was lifted by Godavari /Mahanadi house.

 

Basant Panchami

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Basant Panchami

10th February, 2019 was marked by a blissful and grand celebration of Saraswati Puja solemnized on account of Basant Panchami, auspicious festival that marks the end of winter season and the onset of spring season in North India. It is also celebrated to worship Goddess Saraswati, the symbol of knowledge and wisdom. Special Puja was organized, where all students and teachers participated whole heartedly in offering prayers and bhajans, invoking the Goddess and seeking her blessings. The school looked resplendent with students dressed in shades of yellow, for the occasion, presenting an aura of positivity. The programme ended with the distribution of ‘Prasad’.

 

 

 

 

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION BY PRE-PRIMARY

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REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION BY PRE-PRIMARY

Freedom in mind, faith in words,

Pride in our heart, memories in our soul,

Let’s salute the Nation on Republic Day.

It’s time to celebrate the freedom of our country and pay tribute to our freedom fighters. There was a special assembly conducted in the morning with pre – primary kids where teachers threw light on about the National Symbols and importance of each colour in the National Flag. The young minds were engaged in hands on activities like making tri colour fans which were given as a take away to the children. The colouring of balloons with tri colours inculcated in them the feeling of patriotism and children also learnt to relate these colours with our National Flag. Their creativity was displayed on the soft boards in their classes.

 

 

Post-ASSET Presentation

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Post-ASSET Presentation

Detailed analysis of the performance of our students in ASSET-summer 2018 was presented on 10th January, 2019 by Mr Jerin Joseph from Educational Initiatives (EI).Subject teachers of English, Mathematics and Sciences (Physics, Chemistry,Biology) attended the program in the Senior Computer Lab.

Our students of Classes III to X appeared in ASSET-Summer this time and the performance was considerably better.

Two of our students were declared Outstanding, who secured their position in top 1%, 18 students were declared  Distinguished i.e. among next 5%, and 55 declared Creditable i.e. among next 10% according to the National bench marking.

Mr. Jerin emphasized on the steps of remediation after this assessment through ASSET.

Table Tennis Report 2018 – 19

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Table Tennis Report  2018 – 19

Akshat Agarwal of Class VII – C participated in the 64th National School Games 2018 – 19 Table Tennis Boys Under 17 Tournament which was held in Vadodara, Gujarat at Sama Sports Complex from 2nd January to 6th January, 2019.

36 teams from different states participated in the tournament. Akshat Agarwal represented UP and UK region. He defeated the team from Kerala by 3 – 0 in his first match held on 3rd January. He went on to defeated the teams from Manipur by 3 – 0 and Rajasthan by 3 – 0 and made it to the Quarter Finals

 

Open Tournament

In SGFI National Table Tennis Tournament, Individual Event Under 17, Akshat Agarwal of Class VII – C from our school defeated a participant from Andaman and Nicobar, thereby qualifiying for the second round,where he played against a participant from the State of West Bengal. The competition was held at

 in Vadodara, Gujarat on the 5th of January 2018 – 19.

 

 

 

 

Farewell 2018

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Farewell 2018

“What heaven more will, That thee may furnish, and my prayers pluck down, Fall on thy head!”

It is often said that the best period in the life of anyone is the time that one spends in an educational institution. This is, undoubtedly, a golden era, which a student happens to recollect nostalgically for the rest of his stay in this world. This golden period of life of the 2018-2019 batch of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Kanpur came to its sudden end on the 28th of December, which was their farewell.

This momentous day on one hand, marks the act of wishing adieu to the ones who have been our mentors and have bestowed upon us this inestimable and sublime legacy-Our seniors and on the other hand, serves as a day of parting from friends, school-mates and teachers for our seniors.

For the ones who are about to leave this institution and are ready to embark on a very spry voyage, the farewell party is a very heart-breaking and sentimental event as their educational career in the school is drawing to a close. This year’s theme revolved around the largest musical extravaganza in Belgium, “Tomorrowland”. As the name signifies, it is a land of tomorrow where people celebrate their embark on a new journey of life with symphonies and commemorative jollification. This theme made the mighty Jaipurians believe in the saying-

“Yesterday is history,
Today is a Gift,
Tomorrow is mystery”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
 
 
  
  
 

This farewell party hosted by class 11th was filled with awe and bewilderment as the juniors not only prepared dance performances for their illustrious seniors but also honored them with prestigious titles. Owing to the Jaipurian culture, each year the HeadBoy and HeadGirl of this institution are honoured with the title of Master Jaipuria and Miss Jaipuria who in turn felicitate the Head Boy and Head Girl for the next academic year by pinning a badge to their collar along with a number of responsibilities to he taken care of and pass down this rich legacy to them. They give their capable juniors a chance to return this institution what it has given them in the past twelve years.

Though the atmosphere of this farewell party was full of joy and excitement, yet it was tinged with an air of melancholy and sadness. The ones who once craved to be in casual dresses, were desperately looking for an excuse to wear their school uniform, once again because deep in their hearts they knew that it was time to leave for good, their dear institution, where they had spent the twelve most precious years of their lives.

 
 
 
 

 

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