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Krishnashtami Celebrations

Krishnashtami celebrates the birth and life 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 beautiful rendition of Slokas, songs and dances brought Lord Krishna’s abode to the school.

The Raas Leela which enlivens Krishna’s enthusiasm for dance and music was then performed with gaiety and fervor by the students of Preprimary, Primary and Secondary. The Dahi Handi in which all the students and staff participated, aroused a lot of excitement in the audience. The program concluded with the best wishes from, the President, Sri. K. Krishnadev Rao, the Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund, and Academic Director Ms.G.Sree Devi.

Posted on August 31, 2018

TARANG of Class III – The SANGAM

The students of class III showcased a fantastic performance ‘TARANG’ with the theme ‘SANGAM’ on 25th August, 2018 at Jubilee Hills Public School. The Primary Headmistress Ms.C.Srilatha, addressed the gathering and briefed the theme of the day which culminates the methods followed in the past to the present, leading to the student centric learning. She added that this programme facilitates the students with skill based learning.

The entire programme was very well anchored in three languages. The skits, dramas and the debate were well performed by the students with fluent dialogue delivery and natural acting. These suggested that, how educational system has transformed from past to the present generation. Group dances were the highlights of the programme.The Chairman, Sri A. Murali Mukund, appreciated the students for their wonderful performance. He added that children reflected what they had learnt about the democracy, barter system and education system and had wonderfully showcased it in the programme.

The President, Sri. Krishna Deva Rao, appreciated and stated that the children were able to feel proud about their culture and heritage. He suggested the elders to pass on the values and traditions to the future generations. The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi appreciated the children for their amazing performance and appreciated the teachers and parents for the support extended. She also said that such programmes, which focus and teach the tradition and glorious past of India, would help the children to link the past and the society to move in the right direction. The parents of Class III were overwhelmed with the splendid performances of their children and carried lots of memories by end of the show.

Posted on August 25, 2018

Independence Day Celebrations

The grit, determination and sacrifice of our forefathers helped India gain freedom from the British Rule on 15th August, 1947. Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated the 72nd Independence Day with great enthusiasm and fervor. The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund was the Chief Guest. Sri. K. Krishnadev Rao, President, Jubilee Hills Education Society, Sri. Lokender Reddy, Distinguished Managing Committee member, Ms. M. Varalakshmi, Principal, Ms. G. Sree Devi, Academic Director, staff, alumni, students and parents graced the occasion. The Principal, Ms. M. Varalakshmi welcomed the gathering. Speaking on the occasion the Chief Guest, Sri. A. Murali Mukund questioned as to how many could actually understand the true meaning of freedom and said that it has become a ritual celebrating Independence Day year after year. He asked everyone to introspect whether the freedom won is being utilized in the right way as there are still a lot of milestones for India to cross- few of them being, eliminating poverty, making India self-sufficient and successful. He urged the students to take an oath in leading the nation to success with commitment and discipline.

The programme started with hoisting the National Flag. Skit depicting the journey of the great freedom fighter Chandrasekhar Azad fighting for the country’s freedom was showcased beautifully. The songs and dances awakened the spirit of patriotism in one and all.

Prizes for 100% attendance were given to the students by the Chief Guest. The Atal Tinkering Lab, which was sanctioned by The NITI Aayog, Govt. of India, for the students to tinker ideas and work upon, was inaugurated by the President, Sri. K. Krishnadev Rao, the Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund on the auspicious occasion of the Independence Day.

Posted on August 15, 2018

Green School Initiative Award

Jubilee Hills Public School bagged the “Green School Initiative Award 2018″ in a recent survey conducted by Asia’s premier magazine, Digital Learning. The award was given on the basis of a detailed assessment of environment – friendly practices such as 1000 KWs solar power, rainwater harvesting, proportion of green area in school, waste management and sanitation practices.

Jubilee Hills Public School educates its students about the optimal usage of the non-renewable resources and how one can use the resources which are renewable without penalising the environment. The school has been determined to keep pace with the environment friendly practices and leads its students in the same way. The award was received by the Principal, Ms M. Varalakshmi at the 12th World Education Summit, 2018 organized at New Delhi on 10th August.

Posted on August 10, 2018

Class IV Field Trip

To acquire knowledge there are many ways to learn and to master, among them Field trips play an important role in learning; it has an impeccable impact in sharing the social experience and it provides the opportunity for students to c explore innovative things in an authentic setting. Jubilee Hills Public School organized an educational field trip to Telangana State Museum for the students of Class 4 on 8th August, 2018.

The students could eyewitness the Health Museum which is as old as India. It has two sections of the Health Museum which include nutrition and health issues. They learnt that it symbolizes the era, the poverty, ignorance and lack of dedication, commitment, progress and improvement prevailing during the ancient time.

The trip was an informative one which showed the topics like nutrition, health TB, leprosy, anatomy, cancer, malaria, immunization, motherhood and childbirth. It also has the details about how to maintain and improve health, photographs of a variety of medical discoverers, list of eminent visitors at the museum. The students also visited specialty nurseries that had offered a different variety of unusual plants for the students to view. It gave the students a perfect venue to relax amid the refreshing greenery and fresh air.

The students really enjoyed their field trip and they made a note of each antiquity to share the knowledge with their friends. Overall, it was a wonderful experience for the students.

Posted on August 8, 2018