Messages From The Principal’s Desk
- HOLIDAY HOMEWORK FOR CLASSES I-V
- HOLIDAY HOMEWORK FOR CLASSES VI-VIII
- PSA FOR CLASSES VIII-XI
- SPECIAL CLASSES FOR X-XII
May 15, 2013
Dear Parents & Students,
It’s finally HOLIDAY time! You all must be looking forward to visiting your relatives, going for a trip to a hill station, watching movies and relaxing. Well, it’s a break from the hectic school schedule, so enjoy yourselves!
We have listed out a few activities and academic work which we would like the students to do. A few points that we would like you to take care of:
- Read as many story books as you can!
- Make an effort to converse in English.
- Play games that will sharpen your brain! – Scrabble / Sudoku / Chess / Spellathon.
- Help your parents with some household work – Clean your room / lay the table / water the plants.
- Do any kind of physical activity daily – swimming / cycling / skating / playing cricket / badminton.
- Visit a few historical monuments during the vacations and note down some interesting facts about them. Click photographs and make an album.
- Join a hobby club and learn some new activities during the vacations.
- Parents should only guide the children in their work. You must learn to create new things yourself.
So enjoy your holidays and come back re-energized!
May 11, 2013
Summer Break has begun. We hope the children will have a thoroughly good time. We also hope that besides enjoying the vacation they do a bit of thinking, reading and writing. In order to keep them gainfully occupied for some part of the summer break, we have prepared integrated (common theme for all subjects) holiday homework for the students of classes VI, VII and VIII. Please ensure that your ward does some work regularly and independently. This way he/she will not feel stressed, will be able to finish the work easily and, more importantly, enjoy and learn from the work given.
We’d also like to inform you that the holiday homework given will be a part of Formative Assessment I. Therefore, non submission of work or incomplete work will reflect poorly in the Formative Assessment I Grades.
May 14, 2013
As per the directive of the Central Board of Secondary Education, Problem Solving Assessment (PSA) will now be conducted for classes IX and XI every year in the month of Jan/Feb. It is mandatory for all the students of these classes to appear in Problem Solving Assessment. There is no specific syllabus for this test. It will simply assess Life Skills relating to Quantitative Reasoning, Qualitative Reasoning and Language Conventions and improve generic and high order thinking skills. This will also result in improving scores in the core school subjects. Due weightage will be given to the assessment in the Final Term Result.
Since CBSE clearly states that there will be no separate time tables or periods for teaching or practice of PSA in schools, the school has decided to upload some assignments for the students on the website. This is being done solely to familiarize students with the format of the test. Please encourage your child to complete these assignments.
As a preparatory measure we have compiled some assignments for class VIII students as well, though they will not have any PSA this academic session.
For classes IX and X, the assignments of English, Science and Social Sciences are common. Maths assignments are separate.
May 17, 2013
Students of classes X-XII will have special classes from 25th – 28th June. The time schedule for the extra classes will be as follows:
C.T.P. : 7:30 a.m. – 7:40 a.m.
I Period : 7:40 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
I Break : 8:30 a.m. – 8:40 a.m.
II Period : 8:40 a.m. – 9:30 a.m.
III Period : 9:30 a.m. -10:20 a.m.
IV Period : 10:20 a.m. -11:10 a.m.
II Break : 11:10 a.m.- 11:30 a.m.
V Period : 11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m.
School buses will leave the premises at 12:30 p.m. during the week of the extra classes.
May 14, 2013
1. PGT Chemistry
2. TGT Science, English
(For posts 1 & 2, M.Sc./M.A., B.Ed. with minimum 5 years of experience)
3. Primary Teachers (Trained Graduates and Post Graduates)
4. Lady Physical Education Teacher (M.P.Ed./B.P.Ed.)
5. Badminton Coach (NIS trained)
6. Taekwondo Teacher
(For posts 4, 5 and 6 minimum 2 years of experience a prerequisite)
Education is an endless journey through knowledge ... leading to empowerment.– Mrs. Usha Chopra (N.E.P.S. Founder Principal & Director)
The mission of education is to ignite the minds of the young.– A.P.J. Abdul Kalam (The 11th President of India)