Principal's Report( Session 2016 -17)
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.) Shruti Shukla ,State Coordinator Guidance Bureau-Cum-Deputy Director SCERT, Punjab.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 Managing Committee, who believe that each and every child has the potential to bring something unique and special to the world. I extend a cordial welcome to the Principals from other schools,Parents, Students and Alumni on the momentous occasion of the school’s Annual Function and Prize Distribution Function. A warm welcome aboard to everyone arrived here today. Manav Sehyog School endeavors to develop and chisel a holistic personality integrated with ethical values, confident to face the challenges of the life. School believes in an approach to expand knowledge, skills, attitude, moral and social values and nurture students beyond four walls of a class room. To achieve this goal myriads of activities are especially designed to help students develop their personal talents and skills. The school deeply grounded on the mission:
“Let’s make our future generations academically modern, deeply humane and truly Indian.”
As a Principal, the quality of staff and the potential we have for making a profound difference in the lives and the learning of the students in our core, has always been and continues to be of paramount importance to me. A key part of any role as a Principal ,is to continue to walk alongside to lead , act as a role model, to support and challenge each and every staff member to grow ,both as a person and as a professional. Our school relies on staff members, who are not only good at what they do, but understand the level of the students and the tools required to mould them. I feel blessed indeed to work with highly dedicated staff and with the passage of each year ,we see that our planning, hard work and collaborative efforts have borne fruit. We are focused on the holistic development of the students. To avoid lengthy presentation, the report will be a nutshell of all.
MSS family comprises of 55 well trained, well experienced, dedicated teaching staff and 57 Support Staff including Clerical Staff, Security Personnel, Bus Drivers and assistants.
Achieving academic excellence is at the heart of endeavor of all educators and academic institutions. It was a gratifying experience to see the brilliant performance of our students in Class XII (AISSCE) & X (AISSE) 2016-17.
CLASS XII (AISSCE)
The school toppers are -Ramanjot Kaur with 92% marks in Commerce stream, Sakshi Sharma who secured 87.2% in Science stream and Namrata got the highest 83% in Humanities Stream.
SUBJECT WISE TOPPERS (SESSION 2016-17)
|Subject||Highest Marks Obtained||Name of Student||Stream|
|Phy. Education||96||Ramanjot Kaur||Commerce|
Class X (AISSE)
School Performance at a Glance
96% students scored above CGPA 7
The most significant recommendation made by the board with effect from the Academic year 2017-18 is the revised assessment pattern for classes VI-X. As per the Board’s directive from this academic year all students of Class X will appear for the Board Exam. The CBSE will conduct Class X examination for 80 marks in each of the subjects covering 100% of the syllabus.20% of the weightage in each of the subjects will be assessed by the school ,based on continuous assessment during the academic year.
IN- SERVICE TEACHERS TRAINING PROGRAMMES
In this changing scenario the role of teacher is not only imparting merely knowledge to students but also, as a real architect of new generation, responsible to build personality of the students. Keeping this in mind the school conducts in service teacher training programmes on regular basis. Topics covered during this year are- Multiple Intelligences, Importance of Life Skills, Inclusive Education, Class Room Management, Time management and Know your learner.
Co-curricular activities facilitate the development of various domains of mind and personality such as the intellect, emotion, social engagement, morality and aesthetics. The school offers Shalok Gayan. Debate, Katha lekhan, Jingle Writing, Poem Recitation , Speech of legends,etc.
CELEBRATIONS AND JUBILATIONS
Celebrations, sharing the happy moments together and spreading joy all around is a vital feature of Manav Sehyog Parivar , as the students come from diverse backgrounds and it is the sole responsibility of the school to bind all in a single thread. We celebrate all the festivals and Important days with great enthusiasm and reverence.
We extend heartfelt thanks to Sh. M. R. Gupta Ji, Sh. Vimal Jain Ji, Sh. Ashok Verma Ji, Sh. Pavinder Jain Ji and Sh. Satish Jain Ji for rendering their services and sparing their valuable time and guiding our students.
Apart from intra-school competitions that are scheduled on regular basis, students are encouraged to participate in various inter school competitions, CBSE Sahodaya, Cluster, PSEB, Zonal etc. The aim is to help students understand their strengths and identify what skills they need to improve to negotiate in a not-so-easy world. Brief detail is as follows:-
Science CarnivalThe students of our school participated in the science carnival ‘Vigyan Uday 2017 organized by CT INSTITUTIONS held on 13th. Oct.2017. About 2500 students from different 70 schools of Punjab participated in the event. The students of our school participated in Young Mathematician Contest and got first prize and had attained first prize in Architecture and design .The students got third position and a cash prize of Rs 5000/-.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN SPORTS
IMPARTING MORAL VALUES
At the present time, ethical or moral issues are as important as scientific and technological activities and progress. Science and technology provide us with the capacity to possess systematic knowledge of natural and human realities and to improve the conditions of our material life. On the other hand moral values inculcate a feeling of contentment and selfless service. Certainly the moral values in today’s generation are lacking and generations are confused about their ethics. The children are the future of tomorrow so the lack of moral values especially among this important section of the society is a serious issue. Following the footprints of our philanthropic managing committee members we are always ready with our structured activities which help our students to imbibe moral values and ethics.
Rally As a part of this programme the students conduct Rally every year and sensitize the villages about Rabies, Cleanliness and harmful effects of pesticides. Here I would like to extend a warm thanks to Sarpanch, Panchayat members and parents of Village Jamsher, Kang Sabuu, Bajuha Khurd , Lalliyan and Kalyanpur. This year it was conducted at Vill Jamsher near Jalandhar.
Nav Chetna Club -To inculcate the spirit of compassion in the students, the club organizes visit to Mother Teresa Missionary of Charity Institute, Apahij Aashram and old age Homes. The club members distribute eatables and spent quality time with the inmates. To give back to the society for various noble causes, activities and support for the needy, our students offer donations out of their pocket money to the less fortunate ones .Our sincere thanks and appreciation to the students, teachers and parents for their voluntary contribution for the noble cause.
Village Adoption Programme
The students and teachers have adopted Village Laliyan Khurd .We started this project in year 2014 and we offer classes in computer software, English speaking, Music, Art and Craft and stitching. We got an overwhelming response from the villagers.
The school has integrated life skill training program in the schedule so that students develop the ability to meet difficulties in life in a constructive way. Students with special needs are identified and monitored by the class teachers and subject teachers. Such students are then regularly counseled by the School Counselor and attended by the teachers as per the need. We have enrichment classes for HOTS and remedial classes for not so bright students.
SCHOOL ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE
As part of the British Council’s buddy project , the school has initiated a project to inculcate entrepreneurship skills among the students. Over 60 students with the help of their teachers prepared and sold bhel, batata puri and attractive hand made diyas In the process they learnt not only technical skills but also developed their ability to plan for profit making learning alongside team work.
Now the students put up their exhibition stalls on the occasion of PTM and their decorative items made from the waste and discarded things are highly appreciated by the parents and visitors.
EXCURSION AND FIELD TRIPS
Moreover travelling and exploring new places has many great benefits in terms of life experience. It works wonders on our perception of life .We have been planning for a while that students should get a chance to not just have fun but also explore innovative prospects during educational trips. A lot of students were attracted to space and astronauts and our Science and technology club chose the NASA- Kennedy Space Centre for the purpose.26 students were part of this trip. Students came back with many inputs to share with the rest of the students. During the 11day long trip, students visited the NASA centre and were given an opportunity to have lunch with NASA astronaut, Bruce Mel nick, He shared his experiences with the students and explained the process involved in his space journey. The students were impressed to know his style of spending leisure time , the games he used to play during his mission and unique style of sleeping in the space. NASA made them fall in love with astronomy.
Our clubs also organize different trips to the places of historic interest. Like on the Birth anniversary of Shaheed –e--Azam Bhagat Singh Heritage Club of the school has organized a visit to Khat Kar Kalan – birth place of S. Bhagat Singh.
PARENT STUDENT TEACHER RELATIONSHIP
MSS encourages a healthy communication between parents and teachers in the interest of the child.The MSS family is open to sharing of concerns and grievances of parents- both for academic and non-academic enhancement. The school provides opportunity to every class to conduct its class show on the occasion of PTM.
We want to add the following for the betterment of the students.
1. Home Science lab.
2. Open Gym & Indoor Games.
3.Music and Dance Studio.
4. Upgradation of Maths Lab.
5. New Infrastructure for KG Wing.
On behalf of the school, I hereby express our sincere thanks and to our honourable Chief Guest Dr. (Mrs.) Shruti Shukla ,State Coordinator Guidance Bureau-Cum-Deputy Director SCERT, Punjab for her benign presence and we extend our heartfelt gratitude to of our ever positive Chairman Dr. S. K. Sharma , Who always help us to stay tuned to maintaining high standards in the school. 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. A cordial thanks to media for their support.
A warm word of thanks goes to auxiliary staff for their help and support.
On behalf of teachers and other staff, I now take this opportunity to commit ourselves to do our best at all times to serve the institution and every stake holder.Before concluding this report, I bow my head in reverence to the Almighty God for the blessings He has showered upon this institution. Once again Thank you all.
Mrs Rajni Sharma
Manav Sehyog School