Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the Indian Constitution Day on 26th November, 2016, as per the CBSE directive. A special assembly was conducted in the school premises. The PREAMBLE or the introduction to our Constitution describes India as a DEMOCRATIC, SOCIALIST, SECULAR, REPUBLIC.
The Academic Director, Ms. G Sree Devi, administered the oath, the Preamble of India to the students and teachers. A quiz competition was conducted for classes VI to XII and the names of the top three students were uploaded on the CBSE site. The students were given certificates in the School Assembly. The CBSE drive towards such programmes will truly educate children in various aspects.
Posted on November 26, 2016
Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated its Tri Decennial Pearl Anniversary in a magnificent and reverberating Annual day in the school premises on 19th November, 2016. The Managing Committee members, the Principal, the Academic Director were escorted by the Student Council. The programme started with the Swagatham song and the students performed a dance invoking the Lord’s blessings.
The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the gathering and spoke about the school’s academic and sports achievements. She further added that the road to success comes through hard work, determination and sacrifice. In her speech, she also mentioned about many laurels won by the school.
The Secretary of Jubilee Hills Education Society and Chairman of Jubilee Hills Public School, Sri. A. Murali Mukund in his speech said that today’s education is career oriented, but JHPS believes in quality teaching with lot of emphasis on discipline, morals and values.
The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi addressed the gathering and spoke about the history of 30 years of JHPS. She added that the glorious journey of JHPS right from its inception to the latest technology is commendable. The Primary Headmistress, Ms. Sonia Nagpal, spoke about the school awards and congratulated all the students for their accomplishment.
The awards like School Topper awards (AISSE & AISSCE), Subject topper awards, Special Scholarship, the Best All-rounder award and Special Talent awards were given away by the Vice President, Dr. Subba Rao Pavuluri to the outstanding students to acknowledge their achievements and special talents.
The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund gave away the Special Scholarship award and the School General Proficiency awards were given by the Vice President, Sri. D.Vidyasagar. The Ascent magazine of the school was released by the Vice President, Dr. Subba Rao Pavuluri and the Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund.
The evening was colourful with melodious music, dances and skits performed by the students that mesmerized the audience. The Tribal dance and Jashn-e-Qawwali enthralled everyone and drew an unceasing applause. The vote of thanks was proposed by the Academic Coordinator, Ms. Suneeta Roopchand and the programme ended with the National Anthem.
Posted on November 19, 2016
Childrens’ Day was celebrated with gaiety and fervour at Jubilee Hills Public School. On this occasion the Principal and all the Heads wished the students a Happy Childrens’ Day. The Principal expressed that the teachers loved the students very much and the school premises looks lively with their presence . A special assembly was held and the teachers rocked the stage with their fantabulous performances. They made the day special with the energetic songs, skits, puppet show, ramp walk and the scintillating dances.
The students enjoyed every moment of the day and there was a smile on every Jhpian’s face. There was joy all around and the campus buzzed with excitement . Sweets were distributed and the students looked extremely delighted.
Posted on November 14, 2016
The Vigilance Awareness Week is observed every year across India to promote integrity in public life and achieve a corruption free society.
Jubilee Hills Public School observed the Vigilance Awareness Week from 31st October to 5th November, 2016 to mark the birthday of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and to bring social awareness among the students. The theme for this year was “Public participation in promoting integrity and eradicating corruption”.
A special assembly was conducted to sensitize students about the various wrong practices and how one should be vigilant. The CBSE drive towards preventive vigilance as a tool of good governance was explained to the students. The school organized several competitions at different levels to create awareness on vigilance in public life. A poster making competition for classes VI to VIII and Elocution competition for classes IX and X was conducted. The Reserve Bank of India organized an essay writing competition for classes XI and XII. The topic was included in the teaching plan too and students were able to give suggestions to put an end to existing corruption in the administration. The objective of the programme was to stop corruption in future and make the students honest and responsible citizens of India.
Posted on November 5, 2016
The Jubilee Hills Public School held a colourful programme in its campus to celebrate the Parents’ Day of Class I on Saturday i.e, 5/11/2016.
Class I students started the programme with a devotional song. The programme was based on the theme ‘GYANOSTSAV’. The audience saw the rendition with rapt attention. Students presented a number of programmes, including dances, songs, drama in Hindi, Telugu and English, to mark the occasion.
The Headmistress of Primary School Ms. Sonial Nagpal welcomes the gathering and said that children learn, change and try to adjust with time and systems. We need to guide them to make a right judgments in life, we need to teach them to distinguish right from wrong. We should give them constant guidance and supervision to attain positive attitude and to acquire lots of patience. Children should be taught to respond in life but not react to the situations. The Chairman Sri A. Murali Mukund and the Academic Director Ms. G. Sree Devi emphasized that parents need to teach values and discipline to children. Children at JHPS learn through play way method and strive to balance between scholastic and co-scholastic activities.
Posted on November 5, 2016