Quick Glance At The Year Gone By..

Cultural Week (19.10.2011-25.10.2011)

"A competition is for one or for some to win and for all others to learn from it." With these awe-inspiring words, Mrs. Rajesh Saxena, the principal of Shri Rama Bharti Public School, Bahadurgarh, propelled 700-750 odd students through the entire cultural week fiesta organized from 19th October to 25th October 2011 in the school premises with great fervour and pompous show. An overwhelming participation of a majority of students was ensured in three categories each for classes I-V, classes VI-VIII and classes IX-X in a plethora of events such as dramatics, debates, skits, singing and dancing in solo and groups besides athletic events and games galore in volleyball, basketball and football. Aesthetic arts such as drawing and painting formed a separate niche for students with artistic bent of mind. The programme saw the phoenix-like rise of many new and talented triumphants amongst the students' fraternity in different activities. In singing, canaries of the school, Himani and Himanshu Mudgil- the twin sisters of class IX bagged the first prize in group singing while in solo songs, Aman Jakhar of class X mesmerized all by his melody and play of accent. The sports field became arena of hot frays in athletic and sports matches with hundreds of athletes vying for individual and team titles and at their backs the whole school frantically cheering for their houses. While felicitating the winners, Mrs. Lalitha Anand, the academic director thanked the coordinating teachers and congratulated the winners by saying, "Do good for good's sake; seek neither praise nor reward, but be sure that both of these will come your way, no doubt, at all."

Summer Development Worshop for Teachers

Academic Session of the school kicked off with a ten day "Skills in Staff" summer workshop for all the members of faculty and guest faculty from 23rd May to 2nd June with a view to improve efficiency of school teachers as per the demand of modern times and curricula. Under this workshop English conversation skills, computer literacy and personality development programs were imparted to the teaching staff. The visionary General Secretary of the school governing society Mr. A.S. Gupta was at the helm of the entire exercise as the main mentor and motivator. He along with the intellectual and educationist Principal Mrs. Rajesh Saxena and the Director-Academics Mrs. Lalitha Anand took active interest and initiative in the well-structured marathon program in which teachers were taught and trained in varied skills through activities such as seminars, role plays, skits, audio-visual devices, free speeches, group discussions, extempore and a host of other skills enhancing activities. They were taught to effectively and efficiently tackle different in-house scenarios such as PTMs, Staff Meetings, stage management and comparing etc. apart from developing proficiency in routine written work such as maintaining daily and weekly diaries and conducting formative activities in the true spirit as desired and prescribed by CBSE. A three-day grammar club was also formed to help teachers brush up their skills in English Grammar.
About 80 participants including teachers, outside volunteers and guest faculty participated whole-heartedly in the workshop and teamed up in various group activities to share their views, experiences and teaching methods as well as to revamp, refresh and reinvent their creativity through various fun, education and enrichment based things devised for the purpose. Besides, the workshop provided them with a great opportunity for interaction and a cordial get-together. It came to a close with singing, dance and a formal vote of thanks to resource persons and participants followed by a savory lunch arranged by the management.

They Painted an Idea!!
Sahodaya Inter-School Poster-Making Competition

"All roads lead to Rome" is an old maxim. It befitted Shri Rama Bharti School on Wednesday, 16th November 2011 as eighteen public schools from near and far thronged the school premises with over one hundred participants and scores of accompanying teachers and guests. The whole glitterati were a part and parcel of Sahodaya Inter-School Poster-Making Competition. All witnessed the magic of art, ideas and imagination in the competition held in three categories ranging from class III to X. The theme-title in the first category for classes III-V was environmental issues whereas in the second category for classes V-VIII, the theme was reuse, reduce and recycle and in the third category it was peace and harmony in the world. Mr. Ramesh Rohilla, an eminent educationist as well as the President of Sahodaya Society inaugurated the competition and gave away prizes to winners in each category. Mrs. Rajesh Saxena, the principal and Mrs. Lalitha Anand, the academic director felicitated all the participants. A brief and bright cultural program was also organized to welcome and entertain the gathering. The competition got underway at 9.30 a.m. and got over at 12.30 p.m. After that, refreshment was provided to all participants. In the meanwhile, a panel of select qualified judges adjudged the winners. Contestants from D.H. Greenfields Public School stood first in III-V and IX-X categories. Vijaya Sr. Sec. School bagged several prizes and stood overall second. Performance of the hosts was also commendable as two second prizes went into their kitty in two categories as they came at the third spot in the competition. Consolation prizes were given in each category. Besides, all participants were given a participation certificate apiece with a memento. It was a spirited effort to teach and train the blooming and budding artists of tomorrow how to grasp the nettle. The zealous contestants had a close brush with creative ideas and colors. They made a point by painting word-pictures on pertinent social and environmental issues on a larger than the life poster sheet. SRBPS provided a good platform to children to express their talent, creativity and skills via this inter-school competition. It will go a long way in boosting their morale and broadening their mental horizon. The event was unique and very successful.

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