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Parent Day of Class V

Jubilee Hills Public School exhibited the proficiency and talent of each and every student of Class V through a marvelous show ‘HOPE – IT’S STILL ALIVE’. The aim of the programme was to generate awareness on natural disasters and how to deal with them. The Primary Coordinator, Ms.Vidhu Mohan, welcomed everyone and introduced the anchors of the day. She added that the students were anchoring in English, Hindi and Telugu to enable parents to understand better.

The Headmistress of Primary School, Ms. Sonia Nagpal, welcomed the gathering and said that Parents’ Day had started 4 years ago and great effort was put in to guide the teachers and students to bring them to the present standard. The students have now become more expressive, confident. She congratulated the teachers and students and thanked the management for their support. The programme started with a swagatham dance. The cultural programme was very enlightening, it was an amalgamation of rhythms, dances, skits and a debate. The spectators werespellbound watchinga child performing on the drums. The songs, dances and skits were performed by the students with confidence and each student played his/her part well. The presentations were praiseworthy as one saw theeffort the students had put in during the rehearsals, reaching its finale.

The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi, congratulated Ms. Sonia Nagpal and her team for the accomplishment of the programme. She said that through this, the students not only learn skills of teamworkand confidence on the stage but it also opens their minds to the various careers. She added that it is certain that the students who participated in the day’s programme would take care of Mother Nature and would be socially responsible citizens. She thanked the parents for coming. The parents of Class V were overwhelmed with the performance of their children and some of them said that it was a wonderful programme. Some parents expressed their sincere thanks to the teachers who were responsible for inspiring their children to come up with such a wonderful programme.

Posted on August 26, 2017

Pravachana by Chakravarthi Brahmasri Chaganti Koteswara Rao garu

A discourse by eminent Pravachana Chakravarthi Brahmasri Chaganti Koteswara Rao garu on Personality Development was organized for the students by Jubilee Hills Public School. The Secretary, Jubilee Hills Education Society, Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School, Sri. A. Murali Mukund, Distinguished Managing Committee Members, Principal, Ms.M. Varalakshmi, Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi, Teachers and students graced the occasion.
The Principal Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the guests and said that moral values and discipline have always played a prominent role at Jubilee Hills Public School. She emphasized that if the seeds of good behaviour and personality are sown during childhood, life becomes more fruitful.

Speaking on the occasion, Sri.Chaganti Koteswara Rao garu said that for the overall development of one’s personality, along with education one needs to cultivate good habits right from childhood and develop humility, tolerance, obedience, ability to learn from difficult situations which arise in life. He then quoted examples from the lives of Sri Adi Shankaracharya, Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Mr. Nelson Mandela, Madame Curie and Mahatma Gandhi. He reiterated that eating healthy food and cultivating healthy habits need to be given equal importance in a student’s life.

The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund said that everyone present would treasure the pearls of wisdom disseminated by him.
Sri. Chaganti Koteswara Rao garu was felicitated by the Chairman and the Managing Committee Members.
The programme concluded with a beautiful song rendered by Ms. Gayatri who though visually challenged overcame the problem and transcribed Carnatic music into Braille for people with similar problems.

Posted on August 19, 2017

Independence Day Celebrations

Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated Independence Day with fervor and pride. The chief guest for the day was Sri. T. Harischandra Prasad, Joint Secretary, Jubilee Hills Education Society. The guests were the Distinguished Managing Committee Members and Principal Ms. M.Varalakshmi. Teachers, parents, alumni and students graced the occasion too.

The programme began with the hoisting of the National Flag by the Chief Guest. The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the gathering to the Independence Day Celebrations. The Chief Guest, Sri. T. Harischandra Prasad said that it was a pleasure to address the gathering on the occasion of Independence Day. He said that the world essentially is interdependent on each other. If one works hard and has thorough knowledge of all the aspects of life then one can become truly independent and serve the country.

The various cultural programmes put up by the children were inspiring and evoked patriotism in one and all present. The school magazine “Ascent” was unveiled by the Chief Guest. 100% attendance prizes were given to the children on the occasion by Managing Committee Members Sri. T. Harischandra Prasad, Sri. J. MuraliKrishna, and Sri. Lokender Reddy.

Posted on August 15, 2017

Janmashtami Celebrations

Janmashtami celebrates the birth of Lord Krishna, rejoicing the concept that good always triumphs over evil.
Students of Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the festival with a lot of enthusiasm. The pre primary children enacted important events from Krishna’s life and reminded everyone of the mythological facts.

The Raas Leela which shows Krishna’s enthusiasm for dance and music was then performed with gaiety and fervor by the students of Primary and Secondary. The game of dahi handi was then enjoyed by the children and staff alike. The programme concluded with the best wishes from the Principal Ms. M. Varalakshmi and Academic Director Ms. G. Sree Devi.

Posted on August 11, 2017

Rakshabandhan Celebrations

Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated Rakshabandhan in the school premises. Rakshabandhan is a festival celebrated to commemorate the everlasting bond between brothers and sisters. It teaches us to value relationships. It is a tradition where in sisters tie Rakhi (sacred thread) on the wrist of their brothers and they in turn promise to protect them.

Students of Jubilee Hills Public School visited various organizations which provide services to the public and appreciated their efforts by tying Rakhis on their wrists. The students from classes IX to XII tied rakhis to,

  1. Mr. U. VenkatRao, Chief Manager, Andhra Bank
  2. Mr. D. MohanRao, Senior Fire Officer, Fire Station, Film Nagar
  3. Mr. T. NarasingaRao, Assistant Engineer, Film Nagar
  4. Mr. S. Vijaya Kumar, S.I, Jubilee Hills Police Station
  5. Mr. P.J. Sri Narayana, H.M.W.S.S.B, Jubilee Hills
  6. Mr. Srinivas Sagi, Manager, Axis Bank
  7. Mr.D.V.P.S. Guru Swamy, S.I, Jubilee Hills Police Station
  8. Mr. N. VidaySagar, Inspector of Police, Banjara Hills
  9. Mr. G. V. V. S. N. Murthy, Senior Manager, KarurVysya Bank, Banjara Hills
  10. Mr. R. E. NageswaraRao, Assistant Commissioner, Planning, G.H.M.C
  11. Mr. K. SrinivasRao, Director, Town Planning, G.H.M.C
  12. Mr. S. Devender Reddy, Chief City Planner, G.H.M.C
  13. Mr.G. Amruth Kumar, City Planner, G.H.M.C
  14. Mr. P. Jagan Mohan, Assistant City Planner, G.H.M.C

Students from classes VI to VIII presented an informative skit on this occasion. The Principal Ms. M. Varalakshmi wished the students and the staff on this occasion. She requested the students to maintain good relationship with everyone and follow tradition and culture.

Posted on August 2, 2017