Alumni Meet at JHPS on 29.12.2013

Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the Annual Alumni meet ‘Anoranza 2K13’ on
29th December 2013, a day for old friends, old reminiscences and precious
anecdotes. Many students right from the 1991 batch to the 2013 batch had the
opportunity to meet their old friends and go down memory lane.
The programme started with a prayer song and the gathering was welcomed by the
president of the Alumni Association – Mr. V. Seshagiri. In his speech he asserted
that JHPS had given them a strong foundation which has made them what they are
today. He wished all the alumni present to cherish their past moments with their
friends and to make the day a very memorable one. He extended his heartfelt
thanks to all the management committee members and presented them with
The senior most alumni present was Mr.Kanthi Rana, DCP, Madhapur of 1990-91
batch. He spoke about his school days fondly and said that JHPS had instilled
discipline in him though he was a back-bencher. He said that he is proud to be a
JHPian. This was followed by the year wise Alumni Sub Committee Election which
aims to extend the JHPS Alumni family.
The school premises was filled with fun and frolic, with many cultural programmes
being presented by the students, with a Symphony too that was organized by the
JHPS Alumni Association enthralling the audience. Siddharth Nagarajan gave a
fabulous performance on drums.
The Principal, Ms.M.Varalakshmi thanked the Alumni President, Mr.V.Seshagiri, Vice
President, Mr.D.Srikanth, Treasurer, Mr.A.Akarsh Krishna, Mr.Ravi, Mr.Prashanth,
Ms.Sirisha and Ms.Likitha for organizing such a wonderful programme.

Posted on December 29, 2013

CIPS at Jubilee Hills Public School

Jubilee Hills Educational Society in association with Centre for Innovations in Public Systems (CIPS) organized a one day programme on “Innovations to Inspire Young Minds” for the teachers and students of Government Schools and a Pre Dinner Talk with Distinguished Social Innovators and the Community on Saturday, 7th December, 2013 in the Jubilee Hills Public School premises.
The programme started with a welcome dance and the Principal, Jubilee Hills Public School Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the gathering with the inspiring words of Swami Vivekananda.

Eminent speakers from various walks of life gathered under one roof to motivate the future innovators. The main motive of CIPS is to bring out the young talents of 21st century generation in a committed manner. The founder director of CIPS Sri D Chakrapani believes that the future of India is safe in the young hands. His speech highlighted the importance of imbibing the latest methods in the teaching learning process.

Sri Murali Mukund, Chairman of JHPS felt that innovations are the necessity of the day and aptly the government of India has declared the decade 2010-20 as the Decade of Innovations. Sri Chukka Ramaiyah, most popularly known as IIT Ramaiyah said that the secrecy of a nation’s development lies in its education. He also remarked that a teacher who cannot be an innovator can never become a good teacher.

Sri Umapathi, IPS, Former Director, AP Police Academy emphasized that critical thinking and creative thinking should be developed at school level. He said that the man who provokes one to think is a real teacher and a thinking student is an asset to the country.

Another speaker Dr.Balasubramaniam, Founder, Swami Vivekananda Youth movement, Bangalore said that India needs value based leaders and asked the students to follow TAP, where T refers to transparency in personal and professional life, A refers to accountability to hold oneself to a very high standard in whatever they perceive and P refers to participation in demanding change for better living.

Mr. Diwakar Vaish from A SET Robotics, New Delhi, demonstrated the working of mind sensing robots that left the audience spell bound. Many more eminent speakers like Dr Suranjan Bhattacharya and Dr Sara Bhattacharya from CMC Vellore, Dr Kanika Kandelwal from Lady Shriram College for women, New Delhi, Brigadier P Ganesham from Palle Srujana, Hyderabad gave inspiring speeches to motivate the young minds.

The programme concluded with the performances of a few child prodigies. More than 800 people participated in this programme and Sri D Chakrapani praised the Jubilee Hills Education Society for organizing such a wonderful programme.

Posted on December 9, 2013


Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated its ‘Annual Day’ on Saturday 30th November, 2013 in the school premise. To mark the 150th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, his teachings were chosen as the basic theme for annual day. Sri B.Prasada Rao, IPS, Director General of Police, Hyderabad was the Chief Guest for the day. He was accorded a warm welcome by the members of the committee, the principal and the student council. The Chief Guest and the Committee Members were presented with bouquets and mementos.
The programme started with the Swagatham dance and the tiny tots of preprimary did a dance to invoke Lord Ganesha’s blessings.

The Principal Ms.M.Varalakshmi welcomed the gathering and briefed about the school’s recent achievements. She further added that the students should have the qualities of purity, patience, perseverance and love like Vivekananda to aspire and reach their goal. The head, JHSDC Ms.G.Sree Devi in her speech accentuated that school has taken new initiatives for overall development of students. To achieve this, teachers are empowered with latest changes in education world through regular trainings.

The Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund, in his speech expressed that learning is a continuous process and latest technology is brought in to enhance student learning. He emphasized that tradition is equally taken care were in teachers are the most valuable asset. He announced that school is moving further with two more branches – at A S Rao Nagar and Vijayawada- in the near future.

The Chief Guest Sri B.Prasada Rao appreciated the school’s performance. He added that education should be endowed with committed teachers so that students will be empowered in the process of being self reliant as life is full of challenges.

The awards like Surapaneni Radhadevi Memorial award, Shantha Biotechnic award, School Topper awards(AISSE & AISSCE), Subject topper awards were given away by the Chief Guest to the outstanding students to acknowledge their achievements. The president Sri Kode Satyanaraya gave away President’s best student award and Special Talent awards.

The Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund gave away the School general proficiency awards and prizes were given to the teachers who have put in 100% attendance during the academic year.

The audience was enthralled by the variety of cultural programmes presented by the children. The school wore a festive look. The function was attended by the parents, alumni, media people and other dignitaries.

The Senior Head Boy Allen Thomas proposed the vote of thanks. The programme ended with the national anthem.

Posted on December 2, 2013