Jubilee Hills Public School showcased the skill and talent of each and every student of class IV through a spectacular show ‘The Awakening.’ It was a theme based programme to create awareness about ‘Women Empowerment.’ The programme started with swagatham dance invoking Lord Ganesha’s blessings.
The Headmistress of Primary school Ms. Sonia Nagpal welcomed the gathering and said we want to educate our children whether a boy or a girl. Each one has to be given equal opportunity.We must not tell to a boy that “don’t cry like girls” neither should we only “gift a doll to a girl.”Let us give the choices to the children what they want to be. She emphasized that boy or girl comes later first we all are humans and must cherish our lives.
The entire programme was very well anchored in three languages. The skits were well enacted by the students with fluent dialogue delivery and natural acting and played their part well. Group dances, skits, debate and band were the highlights of the Parent Day and the presentation was laudable.
The Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund mentioned that participating and performing in Parent Day programme imparts knowledge to the students which will help them in future. He emphasized that parents need to be disciplined and teach values to children and must become good role models for the children.He emphasized that when school and parents work together then only good results and progress will be achieved.
The Academic Director Ms. G.Sreedevi mentioned that behind every successful man there is a woman but behind every woman are many heads which help her to progress in life .She requested parents to teach their son’s to be more sensitive to the women and always help the women and society to grow.
The Academic Director Ms.G.Sreedevi and the Headmistress of Primary Ms. Sonia Nagpal presented a token of appreciation to the parents for their performances. Parents of class IV students were mesmerized and thankful to the teachers and Management.
Posted on July 30, 2016
SAARC- South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation holds summit to provide opportunities to the countries of this region by collectively reflecting on how South Asia can play its rightful role in the international arena.
Jubilee Hills Public School organized ‘A Model SAARC Summit’ on 22nd & 23rd July, 2016 to promote the spirit of cooperation rather than competition. It is a platform provided to students to give stimulation and expose them to the current set of problems and bilateral relationships amongst South East Asian Countries.
The Chief Guest, Dr. J. Purna Chandra Rao, IPS, Chairman, Telangana State Level Police Recruitment Board, Hyderabad. In his speech, he said that communication & coordination are necessary to resolve any issue within the country and among the countries. He appreciated the school’s effort in organizing the event on a grand scale.
Sri. P. Subba Rao, Vice President, JHES presented a memento to the Chief Guest. The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund said that one can achieve development by loving family, neighbours, state and country to face developed countries.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the participants and said that the school wanted to be unique amongst the CBSE schools and decided to organize the Model SAARC instead of MUN. The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi spoke about the importance and significance of SAARC.
Students from nine schools participated in this programme. A student from each school impersonated of nine countries and addressed the gathering. They focused on friendship with SAARC countries, strengths, achievements, trade, terrorism and growth of GDP etc. Committees like SAFTA, Education, Environment, Financial Cooperation, Energy, etc. were formed. Two delegates from each country discussed on bilateral & multilateral issues and gave suggestions.
‘The Best Prime Minister Award’ & ‘The Best Delegate Award’ from each committee were given on this occasion. At the end of two day SAARC session, the young minds enriched their knowledge of foreign relations, strengths and weaknesses of member countries. The programme was appreciated by one and all.
Posted on July 23, 2016
Jubilee Hills Public School showcased the skill and talent of each and every student of class V through a spectacular show ‘The Money Marathon’. It was a theme based pragramme to create awareness that money alone is not enough to get everything in life. The programme started with swagatham dance invoking Lord Ganesha’s blessings.
The Headmistress of Primary school Ms Sonia Nagpal welcomed the gathering and narrated an incident that occurred in the classroom of JHPS to understand the influence of Parent Day in the lives of children. She also explained the theme of the programme and said that money doesn’t equate with happiness, more money does not mean more happiness,and, children need to be taught to value other things in life. The entire programme was very well anchored in two languages. The skits were well enacted by the students with fluent dialogue delivery and natural acting and played their part well. Group dances, skits, debate and band were the highlights of the Parent Day and the presentation was laudable.
The Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund mentioned that participating and performing in Parent Day programme imparts knowledge to students. He emphasized that parents need to be disciplined and teach values to children. The Principal Ms.M.Varalakshmi conveyed that money can be earned in anyway, but, helping others with the money we have is the prime necessity and also claimed that JHPS students are practically taught to help the poor and the needy. The Academic Director Ms G.Sreedevi mentioned that the message given by students through their performance is an eye opener to every parent and explained the importance of imbibing the fact that money is not everything in life.
Parents of class V students were mesmerized and thankful to the teachers and Management.
Posted on July 16, 2016
Jubilee Hills Public School conducted the Annual PTA meeting on 16th July,2016 for classes LKG to XII. The programme started with a prayer.
The Principal, Ms.M.Varalakshmi welcomed the parents. She informed the parents about the aims and objectives of conducting Parent Teacher Association Meeting. She said that respect, commitment, accountability, collaboration and inclusivity are necessary for the development of the school and the child. Later, she apprised them about the awards, scholarships, achievements and gave them an insight into the activities, infrastructure and facilities available in the school. She stressed on the importance of discipline in a student’s life and requested the parents to come out with suggestions for the development of the child and the school.
Ms. G. Sree Devi, the Academic Director informed the parents about CBSE results. She emphasized on Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation. She suggested the parents to see that the child is regular to the school whenever the tests are conducted and attend the Parent Teacher Meetings so as to know the progress of their child. She also requested the parents to cooperate and communicate with the school and teachers for the overall development of the students.
Class wise Parent & Teacher Representatives were elected to form PTA Executive Committee Body.
Posted on July 16, 2016
Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated Vanamahotsav in the school on July 14, 2016. The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the Chief Guest, Dr. K.P. Srivasuki, I.F.S, Retd. Chairman PSC, Ministry of Ayush, Government of India.
The Chief Guest, Dr. K.P. Srivasuki, said that India is celebrating 67th Vanamahotsav. He said that trees have been man’s friends since times immemorial. Trees keep our nature green and clean by giving us oxygen and taking carbon dioxide from air.
To do a bit and save the environment, he advised the students to inculcate green culture by planting many saplings, taking care of them by watering and protecting from being cut. The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund presented a memento to the Chief Guest. To make students aware of depleting number of trees, the kindest things found on the Earth, the school also celebrated Tree Plantation – Haritha Haram day. The students planted saplings in the premises.
As a part of the celebration, the Head Boy and the Head Girl distributed the saplings to the Chief Guest and the Chairman.
‘Aavishkar,’ the Science Exhibition was also organized in the school premises where students from prominent schools displayed their models. Inter School & Intra School Competitions were held and prizes were given for the best models. Aditi Mutha & T.Pranathi from JHPS secured 1st Place for the model ‘Desert-A source of energy.’ The exhibits were appreciated by the Judges and the visitors. A variety of cultural programmes performed by the students conveyed the message that Vanamahotsav reminds us of our duties and commitment towards trees.
Posted on July 14, 2016
“Leaders are not born but are made by their experiences in life”. To inculcate the leadership qualities in students and to give them a feel of the functioning of the Administrative Student Body, the Student Council Elections were held on June 20th, 2016 and the investiture ceremony was held on 2nd July 2016 in the Assembly foyer of the school.
Sri. K. Krishnadev Rao, the President, Jubilee Hills Education Society was the Chief Guest for the function. The Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School & Secretary, Jubilee Hills Education Society Sri. A. Murali Mukund, the Principal, Ms M. Varalakshmi & the Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi, the Academic Coordinator, the Head Mistresses, teachers, parents and students were also present on the occasion.
The Chief Guest Sri. K. Krishnadev Rao, President, Jubilee Hills Education Society, in his speech congratulated the newly elected Student Council members. He said that Jubilee Hills Public School is a leader by itself and he believes in every student becoming a leader. He said that a leader should have charisma, honesty, inspiration, self confidence and knowledge. He also stated that a leader should set a direction, follow the direction by setting goals and achieve them. He suggested them to take the Jawans of our country and the teachers as their role models. He concluded his speech by saying that a true leader is the one who brings a change in the society by being the novel role model who gets motivated and motivates others.
The Chief Guest pinned the badges and administered the oath to the newly elected leaders from Jubilee Hills Kindergarten School, Primary, Secondary and Senior Secondary. Speaking on the occasion, the Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund stated that a leader should set an example with a lot of patience, discipline and delegate responsibilities. He suggested them to be good leaders who can change India’s outlook and work for the development of the country. A variety of cultural programmes that included a dance, a song and a skit were put up by the students. The programme concluded with the National Anthem.
Posted on July 2, 2016