On 7th February, 2019, ‘National Road safety Week’ was organized in the Robinson hall of Christ Church Boys Senior Secondary School.
A seminar on ‘ Traffic Rules and Regulations’ was presented by the TIO of Omti Police Station, Mr Neeraj Verma along with his squad. The city police aimed to educate the youngsters about traffic rules and dangers of drunken driving and over speeding. Importance of wearing helmets and seat belts was also emphasized.
Mr. Amrit Meena, additional superintendent of police addressed the students about traffic signs and to reduce casualties due to road accidents. A power point presentation was shown to the students to encourage safe mobility on the roads.
The enthusiastic students interacted with the police squad with keen interest. The seminar concluded with a vote of thanks and the hall echoed with the slogan
''Sadak Suraksha-Jeevan Raksha"
“Admiration comes easy to a person, who is endowed with the fine art of public speaking, who adorns common thoughts with the grace of elocution, and the elegancy of style”
……the famous words lingered on in the mind of all those who were lucky to witness the Middle & High School Elocution Competition which was held on the 18th of December from 8.30am onwards at the Robinson Hall.
The participants, exhibited perfect nuances and finer points that go into making a public speech interesting and captivating. The poise, self-confidence and praiseworthy articulation delivered by the speakers with uncommon sense of conviction, made the event a benchmark for the fellow students, also providing utmost satisfaction and pride to the teachers.
The event had 48 talented speakers from grades 6 to 11
The judges were Mrs.R. Boro and Mrs. W. Hussain for the Middle school and Mrs V. Francis and Mr. R. Gee for the High School to judge the competition. Some criteria which were judged during the competition were voice quality, speech content and delivery standards.
The judges were truly moved by the effort, applauded the hard work and particularly appreciated the material / content collated by the students.
The positions awarded were as follows:
VI PRANAY TIWARI & ROHAN DRIVER 1st , HRISHI TIWARI 2nd, SHIVRAJ NAIR & SIDDHARTH MITRA 3rd
VII DARIN ANDRADE 1st, VEDANSH GUPTA 2nd , GARV GULATI & SARANSH SINGH BAGHEL 3rd.
VIII DHRITIMAN BANERJI 1st ,RAGHAV SHUKLA 2nd , ARYA SHAH & ESHAN MASIH 3rd .
IX HARCHIT ARYA & KUSHAGRA PODDAR 1st, RAAGHAV PAHARIA & SUBHASHISH BISWAS 2nd, SARVESH BHATIA 3rd.
X DIVYANSHH MITRA 1st, SIDDHANT DASS 2nd, AYMAAN SHAHZAD 3rd.
XI ANUPAM MITRA 1st, SWARNIM NAMDEO 2nd, MELVIN METHEW 3rd.
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Jayanti was celebrated in Christ Church Boys School. The students of class 7th spoke about the life history of Netaji. Jai Kakkad played the role of Netaji. His childhood and how he formed the Indian National Army (INA) were discussed by the students.
Netaji's famous quotes including ' Give me blood and I will give you freedom' were shared by the students. Lastly the poem 'Khooni Hastakshar' dedicated to netaji was recited by Ryan Joseph.
A class Wise spelling bee competition was organized in the school Robinson Hall on 17th January 2019.Students participated with great enthusiasm and they duelled through the toughest words.This competition was a wonderful learning source not only for the participants but also for their peers.This competition also helped in enriching the vocabulary bank of the students.
The results of the competition are:-
VI B 1st Dev Kaurav
VII C 1st Farhan Ahmed
VII D 2nd Jagtej Singh
VIII A 1st Aditya P Singh
2nd Vibhor Dubey
Career Guidance is an essential factor for identifying the real potential and it guides the students towards the right goal.
A Career Guidance program was held on 16th January 2019, for the students of classes IX & X in Christ Church boys school, in Robinson hall.
A team of eminent educationist, well versed in their subjects from within the school- Mrs. M.V.P Rao, Mr. Saju Thomas, Dr. V B Das, Mr R Chopra, Mr. M Thangadurai, Mr A. Y Mujumdar were the resource person of the programme
It was led by Mr. Shahzad Saleem, who guided the students to choose an appropriate academic stream depending on their aptitude, interests and skills.
The awareness regarding different streams and sub streams were illustrated through a power point presentation. It included the probable courses that a student can pursue, the necessary entrance exams held in the country and the cut offs for the same, and the eligibility for specific courses. Additional information was provided on the various other courses with the course profile-their content and duration.
The session also included a talk show on moral values, which guides and motivates an individual’s attitude and behaviour. It was well supported by inspirational documentaries and videos.
The students were apprised of the advantages of a regular school. The overall development of a child is possible by various co-curricular activities along with regular studies. This was depicted by a short skit presented by students .
The students put up their queries in the last part of the programme in an interactive session and clarified their doubts and confusions.
The program which continued for five hours concluded successfully by words of encouragement from the Principal Mrs. L M Sathe.
The students of class 6th conducted the Assembly and enlightened about the Indian Army day.
The Indian Army is the third largest Army in the world. The Primary mission of the Indian Army is to ensure national security and defend the nation from external aggression and internal threats and maintain peace and security. The Indian Army, known for adventure bulk of experience and power to protect the nation has several ways for aspirants to join it at a high post.
All aspirants who have cleared class 12th or are appearing for class 12th examinations are eligible to appear for NDA examination. The exam is conducted by the UPSC and is scheduled twice a year.
Participants are advised to maintain physical fitness by following the mentioned routine.
*Running: 2 to 4 Km in 15 minutes
*Pushups and sit-ups: Minimum 20 each
*Rope climbing: 3- 4 metres
The School Band.