Grand Success of the Career Fair @ JHPS.
In our commitment to academic excellence and our constant endeavour to provide ample opportunities to the students a Career Fair was held in the school premises to make Parents and Students aware of the various career options available to them. This career fair was designed to give precise career guidance and professional advice to the students.
The programme began at 3:00 P.M on the 23rd of February 2014 (Sunday).Eminent people like Sri. S.Umapati, Former Director, APPA, Mr. T. Harischandra Prasad and others who have carved a niche for themselves in their professional spheres addressed the students and shared their personal experiences of their journey en route success. Stalls were also set up by prominent colleges and Centres in the city engaged in training students for various competitive examinations. This fair was a truly enriching experience for everyone. More than 800 parents and visitors graced the occasion.
Parents and students were impressed with the programme and were happy that the School had taken the initiative to help the students.
Posted on February 24, 2014
Jubilee Hills Educational Society in association with Centre for Innovations in Public Systems (CIPS) organized a two day workshop on “BOSS LINUX” by Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (CDAC) for the teachers of Jubilee Hills Public School and Government Schools on 21st and 22nd February, 2014 in the Jubilee Hills Public School premises.
The programme started with a prayer and the Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi, Jubilee Hills Public School welcomed the gathering. The founder Director of CIPS Sri D Chakrapani in his introductory speech said that learning is a never ending process and that CIPS has taken the initiative to develop a Global Knowledge Hub to exchange the best practices across the globe. He motivated the teachers to be continuous learners as they are the ones who impart education to the future generations. He also thanked Jubilee Hills Education Society for hosting this programme.
Ms. K.Indraveni, from CDAC gave the briefing about Bharateeya Operating System Solutions (BOSS LINUX). This software is a Free and Open Source Software(FOSS) where the end-user is free to run, modify, execute and distribute the software. The other executives from CDAC gave hands-on experience to the teachers over the next two days.
The teachers felt that it was an enriching learning experience.
Posted on February 22, 2014
Model United Nations (MUN) is a simulation of the original United Nations Conference organized by high school students. The students of Jubilee Hills Public School have been very active in participating at various MUN conferences held in Hyderabad. MUN not only provides students with knowledge of the functioning of the UN but also teaches them many important qualities like diplomacy, creativity, negotiation and the ability to “sell” an idea. Students represented delegates and head of states of various countries and took part in different committees of the UN. The most prestigious MUN in Hyderabad, ‘The Harvard Model United Nations-India 2014’ was an enriching experience for students of JHPS. It was a 4-day conference held at the Hyderabad International Convention Centre. The MUN was filled with great levels of debating and many wonderful social events for the students. Other than the HMUN, “Oakridge Model United Nations” was also a part of the students’ MUN adventure. The ‘OakMun’ was held at Taj Krishna and received many delegates from various countries around the globe. MUN’s are a great platform for students to showcase their brilliance in debating and diplomacy. It is a medium through which students interact with various people and students from different countries with different mindsets. The interaction of ideas amongst various students helps in developing the thought-process of students.
Posted on February 5, 2014
It was a Baby’s Night Out for children of classes I and II on February 1st and 2nd, 2014 at Jubilee Hills Public School. Every year this exciting and adventurous camping experience is organized to bring in a sharing, caring and friendly attitude amongst the children.
The children packed all their basic things for the night and came on Saturday 1st Feb at 3.00 p.m. The tiny tots were warmly welcomed by Head Mistress Ms.Lakshmi Sri and their teachers. The evening started with a variety of rides such as ‘Giant wheel’, ‘Merry- go- round’, ‘Pony’ and ‘camel’ rides. A variety of fun games were organized to entertain the little ones.
They enjoyed the evening snacks at 5.00 p.m. The children then joined the evening’s most awaited event ‘campfire’ where they danced, yelled and enjoyed the evening with all the energy they had. A delightful dinner was served for them. They watched their most favourite cartoons, movies and chatted with their friends. Then children listened to the stories and a lullaby from their teachers and went to bed.
On Sunday morning, children woke up with a traditional song of ‘Suprabatham’ followed by jogging, meditation, and yoga. They were then served breakfast and given a gift. The parents thanked the School Managing Committee for organizing such an event to inculcate a feeling of responsibility.
Posted on February 2, 2014