Manav Sehyog School

Principal's Report( Session 2014 -15)

It is my proud privilege to welcome you all to the Annual Function of Manav Sehyog School. I extend a very warm welcome to our eminent Chief Guest, Dr. (Mrs.) P.P. Sharma, Regional Director DAV Schools.MSS is indeed honored by your noble presence at its Annual Function. Our warm felicitations are also extended to Dr. S. K. Sharma our illustrious chairman. Manav Sehyog is profoundly blessed by your kind presence here. I also extend a hearty welcome to all the members of ManagingCommittee, Parents, Students, Alumni and Principals from different schools on the momentous occasion of the school’sAnnual Function and Prize Distribution Function.

“Real Education fetches you more than a job. It teaches you to live. It cannot be measured in any tangible way”.

It is an enduring tradition to take time to pause, turn around to look at the fruitful year gone by, achieving both the expected and unexpected, while setting various milestones and then synergizing ourselves to move ahead to face the challenges in the coming year, with a positive attitude. We thank the Almighty God for all the blessings bestowed upon us year after year. With Great pleasure, I present to you, the Annual report of our school for the academic year 2014- 15.

Here are a few glimpses of our activities and achievements in 2014-15:

BOARD RESULT - The Academic session ended on a happy note witnessing excellent performance of the students in the CBSE Board Exams.

Class XII

Class X

We, the staff and students take this opportunity to congratulate the Students for their excellent performance and extend warm wishes for their bright future. We wholeheartedly wish that all their dreams and aspirations come true.


The School has 50 highly qualified, experienced teachers for imparting education and guidance to the children and help build up their self - confidence, prepare them for their future careers as well as inculcate in them the basic values which are important for self development and good citizenship. In addition the school functions smoothly with the help of 7 office staff and 19 support staff.


The purpose of education is to raise an individual to a higher level of understanding and awareness, to develop a thirst for acquiring more knowledge and apply it to fullest. To achieve this aim, the school has been conducting various workshops and seminars for teachers, students and parents.


In today’s world, defined by globalization, shrinking boundaries, new technologies and excessive materialism, the need of the hour is to focus on the cultivation of Human Values. Education without values is incomplete – for then it will only equip our children to make a living and not a life. Each one of us finds ourselves at the crossroads of value crisis in the society. It is with this conviction that we decided to acquaint ourselves and the children with the values of truth, righteousness, compassion and the courage to stand up for the right. We have three major programmes -NavChetna Club, Village adoption and Awareness Drive, that help our students to develop moral values.Nav Chetna Club organizes Visit to old age homes, and Visit to slum areas. These visit generate empathy in children, thereby they learn to respect and accept the short comings in their lives of these not so privileged people of the society. They get to understand their moral duty towards members of the society

In Village adoption Programme and we have adopted village LalliyanKhurd. The teachers of our school try to develop the skills of art and craft, music, stitching, embroidery, computer science and English speaking among the villagers. Every year school conducts rally in the adopted village to sensitize the villagers towards health problems.

It is a joy to see the children go through the panorama of these virtues and values. I am sure that each one of us and our children will carry some part of moral values with us throughout our lives. Intelligence, success, high achievement and money are important and worthy goals but would be meaningless if our children are unhappy and discontent. Let us, as parents and teachers, continue to empower the young minds entrusted to us, so that they are always a step ahead, a step faster, and a step surer to take on every challenge that tomorrow brings.


Running across age groups and classes (class 1 onwards) entire school is divided into four houses to inculcate the spirit of emulation and healthy competition which calls forth the highest effort and loyalties. There are four Houses in the school named after the great scientists. They are - CV Raman House, Newton House, Marie Curie House and Einstein House. We understand the importance of competition for the children. The school organizes various Inter house competitions like- Shabad Gayan, Yoga, Short Skit, Magazine designing, Pop songs,Shalok Gayan, Face Painting, Poster Making, Spell Bee and Jingle writing competitions. Our students presented a programme at Radio Station and it was broadcasted on 26th July ,2015. 17 students of our school participated in it.


Nurturing students to be future leaders, an Investiture Ceremony was held at our school on May 30,2015 to bestow the deserving students with responsibility of leading the school. It was a momentous occasion for those who could make it to be a part of the students’ council. It was a celebration of felicity and pride that brought in its wake new challenges and new aspirations. On this occasion Deepak Mahey was appointed as the Head Boy and Namrata as the Head Girl of the school.


The school has introduced a number of clubs as a part of the life skills program, each initiated to fulfill numerous secondary objectives, like the development of the skills needed for life such as communication, decision making, thinking, managing emotions, assertiveness, self esteem building, resisting peer pressure, and relationship skills but with a common primary objective which is to bring education closer to life.

  • SCIENCE CLUBThe main aim of this club is to develop the scientific aptitude of the students. The members of this club participated in Vigyan Uday – Science Carnival organised by CT institutions and brought laurels to school by winning various positions.The model prepared by the students attained first prize and it was based on Electromagnetism.. In Energy Conservation the students bagged third position.
  • TRAFFIC CLUB The main objective of this club is to guide the children to follow the traffic norms. The club organized a seminar on traffic rules on August 12, 2015. It was organized under the directions of Commissioner of Police S. Joginder Singh, ADCP (Traffic) S.Parminder Singh Bhandal and ACP S. Dalbir Singh Bhuttar.
  • HERITAGE CLUBTo preserve, protect and maintain our rich legacy of culture and traditions among the young impressionable minds, the Heritage Club organized a visit to Noor Mahal.
  • NAV CHETNA CLUB The main aim of this club is to sensitize the children -the visionaries of tomorrow, and to groom into becoming compassionate and socially responsible human beings. This club organizes visits to Old age homes throughout the year.
  • HEALTH & WELLNESS Club The club in charge organized a visit to PIMS on the occasion of WORLD HEALTH DAY.

    Celebrations in MSS have become an integral part of joyful learning, community building and thought provoking processes. Religious festivals from across religions, national festivals and festivals related to our environment are celebrated with great enthusiasm, fervor and pride. Children are exposed to the essence of the festivals through stories, music, dance, food, discussions and a variety of hands-on activities and projects. The festivals are not only connected to our social and environmental context but to ones inner world too. Along with the enthusiasm, fun and activities of celebrations, the qualities of sensitivity, simplicity and creativity is highlighted. We have celebrated Earth Day, World Environment Day, World Book Day, Labour Day, Press Freedom Day, Red Cross Day, Mother’s Day, Technology Day, , Independence Day, World Photography Day, World Charity Day , Gandhi Jayanti and Gurupurab. Our students took command to organize and conduct the events and participated in all the celebrations in the right festive spirit and it also helps us to teach unity in diversity.


    Every kid is born with a unique set of skills and abilities. But it is unfortunate that often they are not explored due to the set monotonous regular routines. So, in our school we try our level best to explore their hidden talent They may pick up Sports, Computer, Art, cooking, Stitching, English Speaking, Dance or Maintenance of electrical appliances.


    “The use of travelling is to regulate imagination by reality and instead of thinking how things may be, to see them as they are”.Samuel Johnson

    Learning cannot be confined to the four walls of the classroom. Keeping this in mind the school organizes various visits and trips for the students. Detail is as follows:-

  • Punjab Institute of Medical Sciences
  • Gita Mandir, Model Town
  • Hardy’s World
  • Science City, Kapurthala
  • A Visit to a Super Market
  • Devi Talab
  • Talhan Sahib Gurudwara
  • RCF,Kapurthala
  • PTM

    The school is following the practice of teacher-parents monthly meetings to share the progress of their ward . This practice has helped us in assessing the areas of strength and weakness for applying corrective measures. I am happy that parents take keen interest in these meetings. We always try to do something creative and different on PTM.

    On PTM our students organize their Class Shows. More over parents are happy to learn about the aesthetic development of their ward. What I would like to stress here is that it is not only the special events, but what happens at MSS on a normal working day that is really significant. The effort we put into listening to children, to parents and to each other; the thought, the discussion, the deliberation before we launch any new idea, the complete involvement of many, the appreciation of small and big acts... these are the things that make MSS stand out as a special institution among our equals.


    MSS had another feather in its cap when educators, I and two students of class X (TaranjotKaur and Sakshi Sharma) from the school received appreciation letters from the CBSE and the HRD Ministry for their commendable work in the field of education. It gives me immense pleasure to share that CBSE has acknowledged our efforts and awarded us 28 marks out of 30in scholastic as well as in co- scholastic areas. The school and staff would continue working towards achieving the school's vision and mission of producing individuals with a mature and an all round developed personality; who are socially, emotionally and culturally aware to take up the reins of the nation and prove their worth for the society at large.


  • AmritpalSingh andGurpreetKaur students of Class X participated at national level Tchoukball U-18 tournament held at Udeshwer Public School in Haridwar and Amritpal Singh won gold medal.
  • The State Level Taekwondo Tournament organized by Punjab Taekwondo Association was held at Teachers’ Hall, Bathinda on 25thand 26th July, 2015 and 7 players of our school bagged 5 gold and 2 silver medals.Aman Mohan, Prakriti,Meenakshi and Bavesh Mohan had been selected for National Level and participated at National level Taekwondo Tournament held at Hyderabad
  • The district level Taekwondo Tournament was organized by PSEB. Gurpreet Kaur and Aman Mohan bagged gold medals and Lovejot Kaur got silver medal.
  • Our students took part in “Seventh Open Punjab State Sqay Martial Arts Championship”. Two students Aman Mohan and Bhavesh Mohan got Gold Medal in Loba Event.
  • Second GR Dar Memorial Squay Championship was held at Kashmir on June3,2015 and Aman Mohan bagged Gold medal.
  • In Punjab School Education Board Zonal Level Competition our Kho- Kho ( U- 19) Girls and Handball (U-17) Boys team emerged as winners. Whereas, Kho- Kho ( U- 14)girls,Volleyball U-19) Girls, Volleyball (U-19 Boys), Handball (U-14)Boys,Volleyball (U-14 girls stood runner up.
  • Rajiv Gandhi KhelAbhiyan Block Level Tournament was held on 23rdand 24th Sept.2015) at Village Kukkar, Jalandhar. Our Volleyball (U-16) Girls stood first, Kho-Kho (U-16) stood second runner up.Volleyball (U-16, boys),Kho-Kho (U-16,boys) got the position of Second runner up.
  • Inter School Sahodaya Taekwondo Competition held at DPS, Jalandhar Gurpreet Kaur won gold medal, Bhavesh Mohan got Silver medal and Lovejot kaur and Madhvi Mohan bagged bronze medal.
  • In Zonal Athletics Meet ( PSEB) our energetic players performed very well. Gurpreet Kaur got gold medal in U- 19 100m. and in 200 m race. Gurpreet Kaur bagged silver medal in 100 m. U- 17 and gold medal in Long jump. Lovejot Kaur achieved Gold medal in discuss throw (u-17) as well as in short put (u-17).where as Manpreet Kaur got silver medal in 400 m. In U- 19 relay race are energetic students attained gold medal and in U-17relay race our students got bronze medal.
  • INTER SCHOOL SAHODAYA COMPETITIONIn Inter School Sahodaya Poster Making and Slogan Writing Dishant a student of Class IX A achieved II nd. prize and Silver Medal.


  • Hon’ble Deputy Commissioner Sh. Kamal Kishore Yadav Ji visited our school on May 19,2015.He interacted with the students and appreciated the efforts of the students and staff. His presence has been a source of inspiration and guidance for us.
  • Hon’ble ADC Sh. Kumar Amit Ji spared his valuable time and graced the school on July 08,2015.

  • Sports like Tae-kwon-do and Tchoukball have been introduced in the school.
  • Observation of various thematic weeks like Health and Nutrition, Road Safety Rules and many more become a regular feature in the school.
  • Life Skills Education in the Primary Department has been integrated in to the school routine.
  • The school has been given a makeover wherein the floors were re-laid with tiles and the walls were painted.
  • The school had conducted fire drill and the resource person guided the students about the types of fire and how to control fire and avert danger.
  • The school has initiated Hands on training programme during Summer break. The main aim of the program is to help the students gain understanding of the workplace. The students of XII Class visited Patel hospital, Atam Valves, Bombay Box Factory and Savi International. I am happy to share that the students have cherished our new venture and this programme has proved to be very informative for them. We are very grateful to Dr. S.K. Sharma, Sh. Vimal Jain Ji, Sh. Pavinder jain Ji and Sh. Ashok Verma Ji for rendering their services.
  • Mrs. Aarti Gupta has spared her valuable time and conducted a cooking class for our students during summer camp. That was a good learning experience and it has helped a lot to tantalize the taste buds of our students.

    On behalf of the fraternity of the school, I express heartfelt thanks to Dr.(Mrs.) P. P. Sharma Regional director , D.A. V. Schools, an eminent educationist and we are very thankful for your benign presence. In all humility I take this opportunity to thank some very special people without whom these achievements would not have been possible –Dr. S. K. Sharma, our chairman. His zeal and commitment to empowering young minds has been our driving force in building a strong foundation of values for our students. I take this opportunity to thank the members of the managing committee. All of us here at Manav Sehyog School greatly appreciate what our donors have done and will do, with your donations for this school. The gratitude of the children who are now receiving education because of you is of a magnitude greater than words can express. I would like to express my gratitude to the Parents for their continuous support, which I am sure we will continue to get as always. I would also like to thank each and every member of my staff who has contributed to make Manav Sehyog School, what it is today. I convey my special thanks to Mrs. Anju- our Craft teacher, Mr. Mulkh Raj -our Art teacher, and students especially -Avneet, Anna, Shubham, Manisha, Sakshi, Simran , Manveet, Gurjeet, Ramnik Singh, Dishant, Raman, Punit, Sahil, Vivek, Rahul , Saurav , Kiranjeet, Manjot, lakhbir, Nayandeep, Dilpreet, Gurjot, Amanat, Harveen , Manpreet and Ramnik Kaur. A warm word of thanks goes to Auxiliary staff for their help and support. I wish to conclude this report with a prayer to God thanking him for his benevolence and grace and seeking the blessings and guidance to make our tomorrow more rewarding and fulfilling.

    Mrs Rajni Sharma
    Manav Sehyog School