This week, teachers whose efforts have been contributed towards excellence in education, were facilitated in the city by IIHM. The chosen educators were handpicked for their ability to provide holistic and high standard of education to their students.
These teachers were presented with a certificate and a memento - "Award for Excellence in Education" as a gesture of appreciation and recognition for their everlasting enthusiasm and commitment.
The Chairman, Director-Academics and all staff of AJPS congratulate Mrs. Rita Das for receiving the "Award for Excellence in Education". We wish her all the best.
Environment Day was observed on June 5th at Amara Jyothi Public School with great fervour. A special assembly was held wherein students of grade 10 displayed a stellar performance through Mime which laid emphasis on Protecting and Preserving Mother Nature. A song on environment day was sung by the school choir which conveyed importance on building the greener world. An array of competitions was held across all grades to commemorate 'World Environment day' such as colouring, painting, collage, model making, poster, slogan writing and many more.
Amara Jyothi Public School celebrated International Yoga Day by organizing a special yoga session in which the students and teachers performed various 'asanas'. The main aim was to raise awareness and ignite a passion for fitness and yoga among the students. In the present day when students face stress, tension, fear, etc. simple asanas can help dispel these.
Students were taught various asanas such as Tadasana, Trikonasana, Padahastasana, Kati Chakrasana, Vrikshasana, Shashakasana, Kapal Bhati and Bhramari, Anulom Vilom and Shitali Pranayam.
Principal quoted "Yoga is essential for inner and physical growth. It enhances the mental and physical well-being". She urged the children to practice Yoga which will help create overall harmony of body and mind. She also motivated the students to make Yoga an important part of their daily routine to stay fit and healthy. Yoga provides mental and physical strength to people. It enables us to live a healthy life.
Super and strong, he's my dad,
He makes sure nothing goes bad
He's the "best", he's my dad.
Every Dad of the pre primary section received an invite to a special day with their tiny tots on 23rd June 2018. They were received with an extraordinary welcome as they were escorted to the venue. Their effort and time to choose the day's wardrobe was evident in the colour coordination with their child. It was a sight to behold, fathers in orange, red, pink and peach! A few of them even coordinated footwear with their child. The invitees were thereafter taken through a melodious welcome song followed by a dance. Many Dad-child duo games were also organised. This event helped the Dads spend quality time with their kids.
Investiture ceremony is a formal occasion of conferring authority and symbols of high office where the young leaders elected in a democratic way by their peers are prepared to don the mantle of accountability and the responsibilities entrusted upon them. This solemn ceremony marks the beginning of a successful school year and it is here that we delegate faith and hope in the newly appointed School Council.
The school was highly privileged to have Commodore A. Venugopal and Mrs. Usha Venugopal as Chief Guest. The Chairman, Mr. K. N. Srinivasa presided over the function and adorned the leaders with their badges. The occasion was also witnessed by the proud parents of the elected School Council Members.
Commodore A. Venugopal congratulated and gave an inspiring speech to the young leaders and students of secondary grades. He laid emphasis on qualities a leader should have and about the mammoth responsibility the position brings in taking the right decision at critical times. Mrs Prabha Balasubramanian, the Academic Director of AJPS stimulated the leaders through her words which motivated them to develop positive attitude, set goals and attain it with extreme sincerity, no matter how many hurdles we may have to encounter in our path to success.
The designated young leaders were conferred with badges and Sashes by the dignitaries. The Principal, Mrs. Smitha Kurup administered the Oath to the elected leaders which signalled the beginning of their leadership year. The School Head boy, Master Bharathwaj delivered his maiden speech on behalf of his council and promised to render his duties impartially with utmost sincerity and dedication. He exhorted his fellow council members to uphold the values and lead by example.
The ceremony concluded and the entire aura of the school was filled with passion, excitement and hope.
World population day is a campaign celebrated annually on 11th July in order to raise awareness about global population issues. A special assembly was conducted at AJPS to celebrate the World Population Day. Students presented a short street play which dealt with the reasons for the population increase and to sensitize the students about the ill-effects of population explosion.
The students linked the menace of population increase with issues like poverty, unemployment, lack of education and accommodation. A miming act was also staged to mark the theme and spread awareness about the consequences of growing population. The play concluded by taking pledge to control population and therefore bring out Population Stabilization throughout the world.
It was heartwarming to see children apply themselves with as much zeal and zest to the Independence Day celebrations as in other festivities. Patriotism as a virtue is part of our lives and this was showcased when our students put in their effortin decorating their respective classrooms. Their reverence to the mother land was showcased in the March pasts and cultural activities that were part of the 72nd Independence Day Celebration at Amara Jyothi public School on 15th August, 2018
Participation with the right gusto and spirit were befitting the occasion. Our Chairman Dr. SrinivasaRaju, Academic Director Mrs. PrabhaBalasubramanian, Chief Guest Senior scientist (CSIR) Dr. A.K. Sharma, Principal, Vice Principal, Teachers and parents graced the occasion.We began our day with the unfurling of our NATIONAL FLAG in the school ground at 8:00 am. sOur Chief guest inspected the parade by our students and the student police cadets(NCC). Head Boy Bharadwaj led the parade with pride. The entire school was festooned with colors of the Indian flag. Our Chief Guest during his speech urged our students to do their best in the field of their choice and also emphasized on contributing to the development of the country in every way possible.
The corridors were decorated with various works of art by students in sync with the celebration. There was tough competition among the classes for the prize for the best-decorated class bulletin board. The school choir set the pitch for the program with a prayer song. The Patriotic songs enthralled the audience. Dances were choreographed to spread the message of Peace and Unity in diversity. Speeches by students and teachers emphasized the need for self-discipline along with freedom and liberty as essential ingredients for the country's growth and development. When the School Head Girl,Sneha delivered the vote of thanks we were reminded that team work is very essential for the growth of individual, society and last but not the least Our Country.