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LSSC POWERPOINT COMPETITION


Students of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar made the school proud by emerging victorious in LSSC PowerPoint Competition

In LSSC Maths & Science PowerPoint Presentation Competition Mehak Sidhu & Aakash Malhotra of X Std. received the Second Runner up Trophy by presenting their presentation on ‘Mathematics: As a Scientific Tool’. They were appreciated for the efforts in the form of content, design & layout and special animation effects used in the presentation.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the students on their achievement and applauded them for their wondrous performance. She showered her blessings on the students and inspired them to bring more glory and fame to their parents and school. She said it is from this tender age the children can be moulded and motivated and such competitions are a stepping stone to future success.

The winners of the competition thanked the Principal, the Teachers for their support and they were very happy and excited to get the reward of their hard work.

On the whole, it was a great success and the standards set by the students were high. 

 

ANTI-DRUG ABUSE CAMPAIGN-BUDDY’S PROGRAMME

“If you can quit for a day, you can quit for a lifetime.”

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana   launched an Anti-Drug Abuse Campaign-Buddy’s Programme under the directions of Punjab Government in an effort to eradicate the use of drugs among school children.

A special morning assembly was organized to enlighten the students about the effects of drugs on one’s body. Recitation of a melodious song on importance of fit body by the school choir marked the beginning of the function on a euphonious note. The young Green Knights shared  heart wrenching speeches and poems on the ill effects of drugs. They also shared the different methods to deal with different aspects of the drug menace. Posters with thought-provoking messages, photographs depicting the sufferings of drug addicts and their family members, and the health problems endured by the addicts were prominently displayed in the school premises.

Speaking on the occasion, our cherished Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the rising trend of drug abuse among youth, more particularly amongst the student community is alarming. She appealed and sensitized the students to take up a pioneering role in creating an atmosphere where drug abusers and peddlers will have no place in society. She assured that “Green Land Family” is committed to wipe out the menace of drug abuse from Punjab.

On the whole, the day echoed with anti-drug addiction drive.

 

MARTYRDOM DAY OF SHRI GURU TEGH BAHADUR JI

“True Realization of the actual nature of this material world, its perishable, transitory and illusory aspects best dawns on a person in suffering.”-Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated Martyrdom Day of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji known as “Hind ki Chaddar” with great piousness and serenity.

Remembering the 'Shaheedi Divas' and the supreme sacrifices of Guru for protecting the most fundamental of human rights, a special morning assembly was organised. The pious day commemorated with obeisance to the holy soul & Shabad Gayan by the senior students of the school which filled the essence of Naam Ras in the entire sangat. They paid tribute to Guru Nanak Dev Ji by spreading his divine message of harmony, humility and equality through poems, speeches and orations. Teachers narrated the martyrdom details of Guru to the students. Poem recitation also went as a tribute to the man of highly challenging undertaking of giving life for others. The emotional sentiments were reflected in their devotion with which they participated. The students along with Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara paid a floral tribute to Hind ki Chadar- Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji.

Speaking on the occasion, our revered Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that we should learn the art of self-control from the life of Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji. She articulated that Guru Tegh Bahadur was a merciful saviour of the weak, and that is what he preached. She believed that we should always protect the one who needs protection, even if it comes at the cost of one's own life. She stated that we should follow the path of righteousness and should always be ready to sacrifice our lives for the welfare of mankind.

On the whole, the school environment was devotional and blissful. All the students were filled up with deep sorrow, remembering the great sacrifice done by our Ninth Guru, Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji.

 

LUDHIANA SAHODAYA SCHOOLS COMPLEX (CENTRAL ZONE) - BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT FOR (U-19) BOYS & GIRLS


“The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team.” ― Phil Jackson

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana culminated the consecutive three days series of Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) - Basketball Tournament for category U-19 boys and girls. Around 20 teams of young players from 32 CBSE affiliated schools from Ludhiana city showed a perfect blend of dedication and enthusiasm. The entire atmosphere reverberated with the echoes of applause of the ebullient and enthusiastic sportspersons.

Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass from different schools led the tournament with maximum points. They were heavily supported with loud applause by the teachers as well as students throughout the tournament and this level of encouragement helped them to play with the superfluous ardor they needed. The performance of all the young players on the court exceeded some expectations and they were rewarded for their excellent enthusiasm.

In the closing ceremony, the Chairman of the Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the winning teams and motivated them to continue with the true spirit of games and inspired them to play with harmony and team spirit. He expressed his happiness and encouraged the budding players to possess high spirits for games and sports. He pleaded all schools’ officials to play active role in Fit India School Movement to make India a physically and mentally fit country. He said that every school must follow the guidelines of CBSE to make Fit India School Week Programme a successful event and admired the efforts of Prime Minister and CBSE officials to keep all Indians healthy and fit in all aspects.  He also inspired the students to make winning their consistent habit. One should always try for bigger and hard work to achieve better results. He congratulated the winning teams, organizing staff on this accomplishment as well as to all the other teams in the tournament.

 To his address to the players the President of the School Dr. Shabad Rudhra said that sports play a vital role in the life of youngsters and the primary factors behind a successful player are dedication and devotion towards the game. He inspired the students that the most champions benefit from having the right opportunity. The difference is that those who walk away with the win, the title, the glory are always those who are most prepared. It’s always about putting in the hard work.  He congratulated all the winners for their spectacular victory.

The well-regarded Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara extended her appreciation to the referees who contributed to the event by making wise decisions and drawing fair results. She also conveyed her heartiest admiration to all the teachers of the Physical Education Dept. for their hard work and good show. She extended her heartfelt congratulations and best wishes to the winning teams, participants, their respective parents and schools for the successful culmination of this gala event.

The strenuous efforts of the players were appreciated and rewarded with a grand Prize Distribution Ceremony especially organized to formally declare the winners and the runners up. The winners were awarded with trophies, medals and certificates of merit. All the participants were admired for their skills for upholding the spirit of true sportsmanship.

On the whole, it was a great exposure for the players to play against such good teams. The passionate players played a tremendous game till end. The competition turned out to be a massive success and every one was proud of their achievements. The ceremony ended with the singing of national anthem. The tournament ended on the note that sports is all about playing and competing and enjoyment. The Vote of thanks was proposed by Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara.

Summary of Final Day Matches

Match Between Winner
FIRST MATCH U-19 (Boys) Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Civil City
Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass
21-2
SECOND MATCH U-19 (Boys) Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
v/s
GMT Bypass
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
21-8
THIRD MATCH U-19 (Boys) Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Dugri
Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass
34-18
FOURTH MATCH U-19 (Boys) Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
v/s
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh Road
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh Road
31-29
THIRD POSITION MATCH U- 19 (Boys) Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Dugri
Green Land Convent School, Dugri
19-17
FINAL MATCH U- 19 (BOYS) Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass
v/s
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh Road
Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass
35-16

 

Final Result of U-19 (Boys) Match

Winner- Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass
First Runner up- Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh Road
Second Runner Up- Green Land Convent School, Dugri

Final Result of U-19 (Girls) Match

Winner- Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
First Runner up- GNIPS, Model Town
Second Runner Up- Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass

Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass was declared over all Winner of the LSSC Basketball Tournament U-19 Category for boys and girls.

 

LUDHIANA SAHODAYA SCHOOLS COMPLEX (CENTRAL ZONE) - BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT FOR (U-19) BOYS & GIRLS


Pain is only temporary but victory is forever. – Jeremy H

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar organized Day 2 of Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) - Basketball Tournament for (U-19) Boys & Girls. The sports gems displayed their high sportsmanship in the Basketball tournament. The premise was engrossed with the cheering of audience for their favorite team in the matches played between different schools affiliated to CBSE.

On the second day, the matches were held for the boys teams U-19 category. The tournament was well organized. The competition was held on knockout basis. The players displayed a spectrum of courage, cooperation and sportsmanship and gave a cut throat competition to each other to secure their top positions.

The most intriguing aspect, embellishing the event was the great zeal, excitement and frolicsome environment. Players exhibited team spirit and never say die attitude throughout the event. The young basketball players   showed off their hoop skills in the tournament.

Speaking on the occasion, the most esteemed Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara applauded the determination and perseverance of all players and blessed them for their better future. She emphasized that you don’t always get what you wish for; you get what you work for. It’s about self-improvement, about being better than you were the day before. She congratulated the winners of today event.

Final Result of U-19 (Girls) Match

Winner- Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
First Runner up- GNIPS, Model Town
Second Runner Up- Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass

Result Summary of First Day Matches

Match Between Total Scores
First Match (U-19 Boys) Ryan International School, Jamalpur
v/s
GMT, Bypass
Winner - GMT, Bypass
31-30
Second Match (U-19 Boys) Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh Road
v/s
GRD Academy, Humbran Road.
Winner - Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh Road
39-35
Third Match (U-19 Boys) GMT International School, Kakowal
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Dugri
Winner - Green Land Convent School, Dugri
v/s
17-6

 

LUDHIANA SAHODAYA SCHOOLS COMPLEX (CENTRAL ZONE) BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (U-19)

“There may be people that have more talent than you, but there’s no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do.”

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana hosted Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) Basketball Tournament (U-19) for fervent Lads & enthusiastic Lassies. The occasion added another glorious leaf in the legacy continued by the school. Around more than 20 teams of schools affiliated to CBSE participated in the said tournament which was held under two categories- Category-A (U-19) Boys & Category-B (U-19) Girls to showcase their potency towards their game. The event opened with a warm reception of the teams and their coaches. The atmosphere turned exuberant with echoes of cheer and applause. All the guests and the spectators wished for the success of the event.

The cherished Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara graced the occasion. She was given a warm floral welcome by the staff members of sports department. She declared the LSSC Basketball Tournament open and motivated all the teams and gave her best wishes to them. She said that Champions aren’t made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them – a desire, a dream, a vision. She also emphasized on the significance of true sportsmanship and stated that if winning gives joy then losing teaches us the lesson not to give up and prepare harder to come back with bang.

On the first day the matches were held for the girls teams U-19 category.   The players of the teams of first match i.e. Ryan International School, Jamalpur, Ludhiana Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana introduced themselves to the Principal of the host school. The tournament was well organized. The competition was held on knockout basis. The players displayed a spectrum of courage, cooperation and sportsmanship and gave a cut throat competition to each other to secure their top positions.

On the whole, the first day ended with golden performances resulting some victories and defeats. The Tournament will continue for the next two days for the U-19 Boys & final matches of Girls teams between Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar & GNIPS Model Town and followed by Prize Distribution.

Result Summary of First Day Matches

Match
(U-19 Girls)
Between Result
First Match Ryan International School, Jamalpur, Ludhiana
v/s
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana won the match by 9-5 score
Second Match Green Land Convent School, Civil City, Ludhiana
v/s
GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana
GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana won the match by 8-2 score
Third Match GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana
v/s
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh. Road, Ludhiana
GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana won the match by 24-0 score
Fourth Match Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Dugri, Ludhiana
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana won the match by 12-0 score
Fifth Match Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Ludhiana
v/s
GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana
GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana won the match 41-21 score
Third Position Match Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Ludhiana
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Dugri, Ludhiana
Result Pending
Final Match Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana
v/s
GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana
Result pending

 

LSSC ATHLETIC MEET (I-V)


“The key is not the will to win, everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important.”

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana proved its mettle once again in LSSC Athletics Meet organised for the students of classes I-V. The young Green Knights performed extremely well in the said competition.

The spirited athlete Puneet Kumar of class Vth secured a Gold medal in (Boys U-10) 200 meter race.  Nikhat Fatma of class IInd (Girls U-8) won silver medal in 50 meter Hurdle Race. Pehal of class IV got Bronze Medal in (Girls U-12) 200 meter race. Rahat Fatima of class V clinched (Girls U-12) Bronze Medal in 400 meter race.  Jatin Uppal of class Vth sealed Bronze Medal in (Boys U-10) 50 meter Hurdles race The spirited and enthusiastic athletes gave a cut throat competition to the opponents and were able to ensure champions position on the podium.

The most Illustrious Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the students for their continuous toil, unbreakable and unshakable hard work. He said that you can have all the talent in the world, but without the hard work to sharpen those skills the talent is useless. He said that  since there are countless first round draft picks who flaked out without ever making it onto the field, they should grab all opportunities which school provides them.

The most appreciated Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their stupendous performance and motivated them to excel more in the field of sports and field events. She articulated that when you are in competition, you have to leave everything on the field of competition. She enthused the students and said that you can’t hold back and hope that you have enough for tomorrow. The best competitors leave the arena with no regrets and with nothing left in their tank.

On the whole, the champions were delighted on their victory and hoped to do better in the field in next opportunities.

Constitution Day

“Our constitution is a ray of hope: “H” for harmony, “O” for opportunity, “P” for people's participation and “E” for equality.”

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated Constitution Day with an aim to spread awareness about the Indian Constitution and to instill a sense of patriotism among the students.

It was marked by the conduct of a ‘Special Assembly’ by the students of the school. The celebration started with very apt words as the thought for the day “The flavor of tricolor should not be depicted only through our words but also through our actions.’’ This worthy thought was followed by an oath on preamble taken by the students. The assembly ground echoed with the words, “WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC…’’A specially designed PowerPoint presentation was shown to enhance the awareness of the students about their constitution which was followed by a speech on our constitution which took us on a journey of our constitution from its history to its present day form and its vital role to bring together one India.

Speaking on the occasion, our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the existence and successful survival of ‘Democracy” in such diverse conditions is the most celebrated fact about our country and constitution is its backbone. She paid floral tribute to the Father of Indian Constitution Dr. Br Ambedkar and said that Dr. B. R. Ambedkar studied all of these issues in depth and presented the Constitution of India for the elimination of all the social disparities for which we all are grateful to him. She motivated the students to be committed to, get guided by our Constitution, and strive to build on this foundation for progressive development of the country.

On the whole, the day instilled patriotic feelings among students and pledged to be nation builders. The programme concluded with national anthem.

 

H2O BELLS


"Water is the best natural remedy. Drink your way to better health."

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana initiated a great stride of “H2O Bells” to keep the students hydrated throughout the day, under the aegis of Punjab State Government. The campaign aims to spread the importance of having sufficient amount of water daily among the kids.

The school rings a bell thrice a day which is considered to as the Water bell. When this bell rings, the students drink water. The first bell rings at around 10:30 am, followed by the second bell at 12:00 noon and the third bell at 02:00 pm. The bell reminds students to stay hydrated.

On hearing the bell, the children take out their water bottles and drink water along with their friends. This is in addition to the regular intake of water during snacks and lunch time. With the initiative of the water bell children are more into drinking water, not as a forced habit but as part of a fun activity.

On speaking about the “H2O Bell Campaign”, our cherished Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the idea of a water bell has emerged because of the rise in diseases among the students due to less intake of water and initiative taken by the authorities of education department. It has been noticed that many students now a days complaint about fatigue, headache, dry mouth, sunken eyes and cheeks. She shared many health benefits of drinking plenty of water with the students. She articulated that the school management always comes forward to ensure healthy and safe drinking water in school.

On the whole, this enjoyable routine has become a habit in school now. The parents are quite satisfied and impressed by this great ingenuity. 

 

ARYABHATTA GANIT CHALLENGE

“India is a Hub of Talented Brains, Show Your Talent to the World.”

Under the aegis of CBSE-Centre of Excellence, Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized “Aryabhatta Ganit Challenge for the students of Class VIII to X” in the school premises with an aim to generate interest of students towards Math. It mainly focused on the extent to which children are able to employ mathematics to their life. The “Aryabhatta Ganit Challenge” was well-organized under the competent direction of well-regarded Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra and revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara.

“The beauty of mathematics only shows itself to more patient followers.” keeping it in view, the screening test was conducted in an interactive manner and the students enthusiastically participated in it. It commenced with the declaration of the rules and regulations. The said test assessed Application of Mathematics in daily life, Change and relationships, Space and Shape, Quantity, Uncertainty and data, Joy of Mathematics learning covering questions from Puzzles, History of Mathematics, Current affairs in Mathematics, Mathematics all around us and mental ability which tested Numerical Ability of the students. The top three participants will appear for the second stage.

The esteemed Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, appreciated the continuous efforts of CBSE to promote holistic development of a child. She said that the ability to reason logically and present opinions in authentic and captivating ways is an ability that is becoming increasingly important in today’s world. In Maths, students learn that, with proper reasoning, they can arrive at outcomes that they can completely be true in a wide variety of real-life perspectives. She cited that such tests help students to practice more and to improve their level of competitiveness. She inspired the students to participate in such competitions in future as well to keep their knowledge up-to-date.

On the whole, it was altogether a fruitful event for all. It was a great learning experience for the young learners. 

 

INTER SCHOOL SINGING COMPETITION


“Where words leave off, music begins.” Heinrich Heine.

The spirited and outstanding young choristers of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana showcased their agility and strength in an Inter School Singing Competition organised by Ved Parchar Mandal. The young lases of class IX clinched a Appreciation Award in the Group Singing Competition.

Our illustrious Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra lauded the singing talent of the students and advocated that music has great power, rhythm and soul. Song and music are two separate things yet united. It inculcates human virtues and inspires to be good human beings. He congratulated and appreciated their magnificent talent.

Our well-regarded Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Music is the greatest communication in the world. Even if people don’t understand the language that you’re singing in, they still know good music when they hear it. She congratulated the winners and praised them for their wonderful performance.

On the whole, the joyfulness of students had no bound after this victory.

 

WORLD TELEVISION DAY


“The real fact of the matter is that nobody reads ads. People read what interests them, and sometimes it’s an ad.”

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana  organised An Inter Class Ad Mad Show on the occasion of World Television Day in the school premises with great zeal and enthusiasm. Its objective was to acquaint the students about promotional strategies in marketing through advertisements

“A flawless ‘ad’ and your product is sold.” These words seem quite easy to instruct but it becomes difficult to bring in process but the students of primary wing brought all the promotion and marketing qualities together in one room.

Enthusiastic and passionate students made creative and intellectual advertisements which were appreciated by all. Ads comprised both humor and conceptual presentation. Each class was allotted a topic on which they were asked to create an advertisement. The competition was bi-lingual wherein the participants were judged on content, team work, presentation and overall performance. Each team presented their ad with gusto.

Besides showing ads with social message it was a good confidence building exercise. Children participated earnestly and everyone showed the will to win. Results were declared class wise on the basis of creativity, originality of ideas, appropriateness of language, ability to attract audience’s attention and overall presentation.

Speaking on the occasion, our well-regarded Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that only a few are blessed by the talent of effective advertising. The Ad Mad Show competition bequeathed a perfect platform to showcase the knack to advertise and win hearts. She further enunciated that the show not only showcased their acting skills but also the impromptu ability to use the cognitive skill on the spot. She applauded the students who came up with exhilarating performance.

On the whole, the entire event was a wonderful learning experience not only for participants but for the audience as well.

 

Ludhiana Sahodaya schools complex Basketball Tournament (U-14)


“On the day of victory no fatigue is felt”

German Proverb

 Fervent and passionate players of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana brought laurels to the school with their commendable achievement at Ludhiana Sahodaya schools complex Basketball Tournament (U-14) .

The young Green Knights emerged victorious in the said tournament by clinching first runners up position. The Students were in high spirits after securing second position, though it was a cut throat competition.

The well-regarded Chairman of The Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra appreciated the students for their hard work and dedication towards the game. He appreciated the courageous and dauntless efforts of the student who left no stone unturned to add another wings to the school glory.

The esteemed Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winning students and appreciated them for the stupendous efforts and their talents.  She motivated them to progress their skills and involvement in the game will help them to flourish in future.

Winners with their glorious and outstanding achievements through focus and concentration made the teachers and parents feel proud.

 

Gold medal in Punjab School State Level Karate Tournament


“The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in combat”

Richard Marcinko

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana added yet another feather in its cap when the young Green Knight Souravdeep Singh Walia of class VIII won Gold medal in Punjab School State Level Karate Tournament. He showcased his forte and dexterity in the competition and got selected for School National Karate Tournament.

Our well-regarded Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated Souravdeep Singh Walia on his magnificent  accomplishment and stimulated him to keep on performing with equivalent fanaticism and passion at national level tournament  too.

The School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated Souravdeep for his steady victory, consistent hard work and arduous efforts. She blessed him to continue his efforts to achieve and excel in his future endeavors.

Over-all, the whole school and students were elated at the victory.

 

91ST BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF MICKEY MOUSE


“It all started with a mouse. If you can dream it, you can do it.”

The tiny tots of Kindergarten wing of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated 91st birth anniversary of their beloved cartoon character Mickey Mouse with great pomp and show in the school premises.

During this event, kids in the unique attire of Mickey Mouse were very happy. Excited faces were seen everywhere as children posed for photographs. Few kids were excited to be in the costumes of their favorite cartoon characters as Mickey, his friends, Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto. Interestingly, an inflatable Mickey was seen distributing toffees and chocolates to the kids. The effort and hard work of children & teachers were highly commendable. It was followed by a cake cutting ceremony. The students relished the tasty cake and enjoyed dancing on their favorite songs.

Speaking on the occasion, revered principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Since 1928 Mickey Mouse created by Walt Disney has been entertaining kids all over the world. She focused on the lessons one can learn from Mickey Mouse. She further said that one of the most amazing attributes of Disney movies is their characters’ ability to relay invaluable lessons through family friendly storytelling. These Disney characters showed us that it was okay to “stand out” from the crowd and own who you are. She inspired the children to always look on the bright side of things as Mickey always has an upbeat attitude about life and its situations.

On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the little ones and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents. The children had a wonderful time and they were seen smiling happily as they left the school.

 

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ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET ON CHILDREN'S DAY


Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated Children’s Day, the birth anniversary of the legendary freedom fighter and our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru popularly known as “Chacha” with great ardor and gusto.

“There is no garden as beautiful as Childhood”. Children’s Day celebrations focused entirely on children and their enjoyment. On this occasion, Annual sports meet was organised for little angels of Kindergarten and Primary Wing. The day began with a colourful opening & oath ceremony. The meet was declared open by well-regarded Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, marking the commencement of the ceremony.

The students participated in track and field events very enthusiastically. The most captivating aspect, embellishing the event, was the splendid field displays, involving mass student participation, which splashed on the field. The school playground was filled with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome environment. Students participated in 30m race, 50m race, 100m race, Ball Race, Hurdle Race, Frog Race, and Sack Race. The main motive of these events was complete participation. The loud cheers and applauses were a proof that children were enjoying it thoroughly.

Speaking on the occasion, the revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that every child is a different kind of flower; together they make this world a beautiful garden. She paid a floral tribute to Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. She blessed the students and encouraged them to work diligently and enjoy their childhood a transient phase to optimum.

On the whole, athletic meet was an outstanding display of student’s incredible fitness, strength, stamina and sportsman spirit.

 

550TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF SHRI GURU NANAK DEV JI

The students and Faculty of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the 550th Parkash Utsav of Guru Nanak Dev Ji with devotion and reverence. The spiritual ambience of the devotional chants was attended by all the children.

“O Nanak, the name of Waheguru is like a ship which will take you to your salvation,” to observe this auspicious occasion, a special morning assembly was organised to mark birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The students came dressed in traditional Sikh attire and the assembly commenced with a prayer followed by a demonstration of the customary ‘Prabhat Pheri’. The children looked very impressive as they were dressed up like Panj Pyaras.

On this occasion, 'Kirtan' was performed by the students of the school. They paid tribute to Guru Nanak Dev Ji by spreading his divine message of harmony, humility and equality through poems, speeches and orations. The students presented a beautiful rendition of Ek Onkar and other shabads which were appreciated by one and all present. The students along with Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara paid a floral tribute to Guru- Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

Speaking on the occasion, our most cherished Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara inspired the students to incorporate the teachings of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji in their life and respect their elders. She also spread the message of harmony and oneness and advised the students to pray daily to improve concentration. She said that in today’s busy life people are drifting away from many things including devotion and let us revive the spirit of spirituality which leads us towards purifying our inner self and one should learn from the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji for healthy and prosperous life.

The program concluded with distribution of Prasad.

 

12TH ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION & CULTURAL FEST-2019.



dccGlorifying and appreciating the achievers with accolades, Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized the ‘12th Annual Prize Distribution Function and Cultural Fest-2019’ amidst great zest, effervescence and euphoria. The evening was reserved for a gala presentation.  The celebration was bound to be a befitting occasion for the spontaneous outburst in a wide range of creativity. S. Parminder Singh Gill (IAS) C.A. GLADA graced the occasion as the Chief Guest of this prestigious ceremony and   S. Charanjeet Singh chancellor of CT University were the guest of honour. The celebration as scheduled, started in the evening with the warm floral welcome of the Chief Guest by the Chairman - Chain of Green Land Schools – Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, President of the Trust Dr. Shabad Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust Mrs. Usha Rudhra, Director Green Land Schools, Dr. Vijayata Rudhra and the Principal of the host school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. The other dignitaries gracing the occasion were Principals of all Green Land Schools, Mrs. Baldeep Pandher, Mrs. Vinita Sanan, Mrs. Ritu and Mrs. Mona Thakur and eminent member of School Management Committee, Mr. Ravi Kalra.

All the dignitaries were given a cordial welcome by the school band with a scintillating display of bagpipes and drums. The function commenced with the auspicious lighting of the sacred lamp followed by invoking on spiritual divinity with ‘Tridevi Vandana’. A musical feast was presented by the school orchestra in the form of an orchestral Sufi train journeying through various mystical and Sufi stations.
The speech given by Anvesha the student of class VII, portrayed how the school is impacting change through numerous opportunities embedded into the school space. The function included a series of thematic performances. Kindergarten Dance titled Holiday was performed by the tiny tots, leaving the spectators mesmerized. The chief attraction of today’s programme was a Punjabi musical play “Heer-Waris Shah Di”. The famous poetic narration was adapted, directed & dramatized with beautifully curated music. The students presented the tragic story with great imagination, emotional facility, physical expressivity, vocal projection and the ability to interpret drama. It was certainly an impressive presentation.

A power packed performance “Circus” by the students of Primary Wing left the audience spell-bound. They were flabbergasted to see the balancing acts by the young Green Knights. It was followed by a choreography - ‘Women Empowerment’ was an exclusive presentation. It was a tribute to the power of Nari Shakti- let us walk shoulder to shoulder to create a society where women are integral partners of our development journey. The presentation was laudable indeed.

Another fervent performance “Swachh Bharat” added élan to the function. The students initiated to aware the masses towards importance of cleanliness and 3 R’s i.e Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. The young and energetics lassies performed “Folk Dance of Haryana” highlighting their talent which added an amazing enthusiasm to the show. The confidence and the superb performance of the students on the stage kept the audience glued to their seats throughout the show.

The cosmic celebration comprised of colorful & vibrant performances by the students, theatrical extravaganzas and the prize distribution ceremony for the scholastic and co-scholastic achievers. While the students celebrated the day in all vibrancy, the school awarded meritorious students in different fields of academics & sports for their National, State and District achievements.

The vibrant music, breath taking colors and highly coordinated movement set the tone for various folk dances, where students performed the eye catching performance. The students presented their foundation of talents during this fantastic series of presentations. The most riveting performance was “Bhangra” which won an unceasing applause from the audience showing the enthusiasm of young Gabrus of Punjab.

The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara presented the annual school report highlighting the achievements of the students in the field of academics, sports and co-curricular activities. She also spoke about the year-round activities conducted in the school. She congratulated the achievers and encouraged them to perform even better in future. In her Vote of thanks, she appreciated the efforts of students and teachers in making the event a great success.

Chairman - Dr. Rajesh Rudhra felicitated the staff and the students for putting up such an extravagant show. He stated that our vision is to create a society of progressive thinking individuals who will contribute to the intellectual development of the global community by initiating positive changes in the social fabric. Education or success, he opined, is incomplete or futile without keeping in view the goal of serving one’s country. He congratulated the achievers who were awarded for their excellence in curricular and co-curricular activities and motivated the students to continue their toil and attain greater heights in life.

The most memorable moments of the function were marked by the precious words of advice and appreciation by the Chief Guest S. Parminder Singh Gill (IAS) during his  address to the students and parents. He lauded the vision and the relentless hard work done by students and their mentors for presenting such a message oriented programme showing the importance of sustainable development. A student is a celebrity while he performs in his school and one must appreciate the glory of their celebration. He urged parents to encourage and praise their children for their good work and achievements, as appreciation gives them indomitable strength to face the world.

The months of hard work and several rehearsals paid off. The gala reached to halt with the National Anthem performed by the students of the school invoking the spirit of nationality and patriotism amongst the massive presence. Parents and children were flourishing with beaming faces and a smile that they were proud to be a part of this institution.

Overall, the celebrations concluded on a happy note encouraging the students to establish further milestones in the journey of success.

 

NATIONAL UNITY DAY

The 144th Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel was celebrated enthusiastically by the students and Faculty of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana as National Unity Day. It aimed to pay tribute to him for his great efforts made to unite India.

“So powerful is the light of unity that it can illuminate the whole earth,” Keeping it in view, a special morning assembly was organised to pay tribute to the Iron Man of India. The students recited soul rendering songs in the commemoration of Sardar Patel.  The student speakers expressed their views on “Contribution of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel for Unity, Safety and Security of India”. The students along with Principal Mam, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara paid a floral tribute to the architect of India’s unity.

Speaking on the occasion, our most cherished Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Unity is strength. When there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved. She said that national integrity helps in defeating the actual and potential threats for unity, integrity and security of the nation. She motivated the students to remain united and further elaborated the significance of coordination in different body parts and then called upon the students’ fraternity to maintain same integrity and unity while working at different levels. She asked them to work for unity of the nation.

The program concluded with national anthem which was followed by Oath taking Ceremony, wherein the students and teachers took a pledge to stand for Unity and Integrity of the country.

HALLOWEEN DAY


Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrating ‘Halloween Day’ with a fun filled exciting fancy dress parade in the Kindergarten wing (Pre-Nursery to K.G. class). The school transformed the campus into a ghoulish delight for the tiny tots.

During this event, kids in the unique attire were very happy. Superheroes, Fairies, Witches, Goblins and other interesting characters walked around with a thrill. Excited faces were seen everywhere as children posed for photographs. Few kids were excited to be in the costumes of their favourite horror characters as Dracula, witch, ghost, Bhoot Boss etc. They spoke a few sentences on the character that they depicted and some of them tried to truly imitate the same. The effort and hard work of children was highly commendable. Children entertained audience who were watching with some Halloween songs and then proceeded to walk around the school parading their costumes.

Revered Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that it was a delight to watch the children as they came up and spoke about their favourite horror character that they were dressed up as. She appreciated the students with their precious pearls of encouragement. She wished good luck to all tiny tots for their future endeavours.

On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the little ones and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents. The children had a wonderful time and they were seen smiling happily as they left the school.

 

DIWALI CELEBRATIONS


Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar celebrated Diwali with great devoutness and exhilaration. The school was decorated with diyas and light anticipating that the festival of light would bring bright sparkles of joy and happiness and gaiety in everyone’s life. The ambience of the school buzzed with various activities on “Diwali Celebrations”.

The day started with a special morning assembly wherein students delivered speeches on the significance of the festival and the relevance of eco-friendly celebrations. The students of middle section and senior wing participated in ‘Inter-House Rangoli-Making competition along with Class Decoration Competition. The students cleaned their class rooms and decorated them with handmade paper lanterns and flowers. Every class displayed their items in a very innovative way with colourful dupattas, pictures of gods and goddesses. The whole display was overwhelming.Winners of all competition were judged on the basis of design, creativity, neatness, colour combination, variety of material used etc.

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara greeted the students and motivated them to celebrate Eco- friendly and Eco-sensitive Diwali. She said Diwali is a festival of communal harmony, wherein Hindus celebrate the return of Lord Ram at Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile, while Sikhs observe ‘Bandhi Chorr Divas’.

She congratulated as well as encouraged the winners to enhance their talent.

On the whole,  the festival of fun and excitement haulted with loads of joy and happiness sparkling on the faces of everyone. Both Teachers and students enjoyed the Diwali celebrations wholeheartedly.

INTER CLASS DIYA AND CANDLE DECORATION COMPETITION AND INTER CLASS DOOR HANGING (TORAN) MAKING COMPETITION


Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar organized Inter Class Diya and Candle Decoration Competition along with Inter Class Door Hanging (Toran) Making Competition  for the students of Primary wing to commemorate Diwali festival with great fanfare, devotion and excitement.

The students of Pre Nsy to III participated in Diya & Candle decoration competitions where as students of classes IV – V participated in Door Hanging (Toran) Making Competition & Inter Class Slogan Writing Competition. The students prepared different types of candles, diyas and pooja thalis which were very colourful and decorated with ribbons, sparkles, beads, shells, stars, mirrors, glitters etc. Candles displayed were of varying shapes and sizes - ranging from small diya shaped to floral, floating, minar shaped, dome shaped and some were even decorated with bows and frills made of wax. Every class displayed their items in a very innovative way with colourful dupattas, pictures of gods and goddesses. The whole display was overwhelming.

They all worked on the theme “Say No To Crackers” on the upcoming festival. Winners of all competitions were judged on the basis of design, creativity, neatness, colour combination, variety of material used etc.

The Principal Ms. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara greeted the students and motivated them to use home made artifacts to save money and use their own talent.  She said that school gives ample opportunities to students to explore their talent by organizing such competitions. She congratulated all the winners.

 

World Post Day


World Post Day was celebrated in the school premises with great enthusiasm and zeal. The Day was celebrated to commemorate the establishment of the Universal Postal Union with an aim to create and enable a system that allows a free flow of international mail around the world.

Today when SMS’ and E-mails have replaced traditional post-cards and letter writing, the young Green Knights and teachers wished to revive and remember the old medium of interpersonal communication. The little angels of Pre-Nsy. to K.G actively participated in the Post Card Writing and Stamp Pasting Activity under the guidance of their teachers. The children enjoyed a lot while pasting stamps on the post cards. In other competitions, the students of Primary Wing (Classes I-V) participated in Letter Writing Competition. The students wrote Diwali wishes for their parents and posted them to their address.

Interacting with the students, our most esteemed Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that people are getting back to pen and paper instead of emails. The attitude is changing but slowly. She said that Indian Postal Service is the most widely distributed post office system in the world. She advised the students to make a practice to write letters to their friends and family members.

Over-all, the students were very passionate while writing letters to their loved ones and posting them in the letter box.

 

Dussehra Celebration


Dussehra was celebrated with lot of fervor and ardour in the school premises. The primary objective of the entire celebration was to teach the students that no matter how intelligent a person is, his pride will be the reason of his collapse.

To mark Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana and to reinforce the message that good always triumphs over evil, a plethora of activities were oragnised for the young green knights. The tiny tots of Pre-Nsy. to K.G., participated in Ravana making Activity. The making of small effigies of Ravana by little hands was a treat to watch. The children enjoyed the activity and the teachers painted their students faces as Lord Rama, Lord Hanuman and Ravana.

A poster Making Activity was oragnised for the Primary wing. The students of class VI-XII participated in story writing competition based on the values extracted from the life of Lord Rama. Students also organized Dandiya Dance competition to end Navratri.

The revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara addressed the students and told them the purpose to organize this celebration was actually to make the students aware of the   the triumph of virtue over the vice. She said that Ravana was the symbol of intelligence and knowledge. But his single mistake overpowered and nullified his entire wisdom. She advised the students to genuine their doings. She further congratulated the teachers and students for the coming festival season.

On the whole, everyone around enjoyed the serene atmosphere and seemed to be in a state of absolute bliss.

 

World Animal Day


On the occasion of World Animal Day, our school, organized numerous activities to raise awareness and knowledge about wild life conservation in its school premises. As part of the students’ curriculum, the children analyzed poetry and enacted stories pertaining to the theme of the Save Animals, Save Life.

“The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”, keeping it in view, A special Morning Assembly was conducted in which students read out stories and stirring poems to motivate all to become sensitive to the cause, especially, the youth as they are the future stakeholders of the country. The students were shown a short animated movie “The Jungle Book” based on the estranged relationship between man and animals.

A puppet show, describing the various emotions of animals was organized to narrate the stories in their respective classes by their mentors followed by a story telling session. An additional, power point presentation on animal life was also showcased to the students. Children found it so interesting and got engrossed in the stories which were told to them with creative gestures and expressions. The students also prepared charts to save flora and fauna of the Earth.

Speaking on the occasion our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Earth was created for all life, not just human life. She said that animals have feelings just like humans and teasing an animal is cruel. We should have respect for animals just as much as everything else because they are a creation of God and it is our duty to protect animals and show genuine care and concern for them. She insisted students to enjoy Animal planet channel on television. Also, one must visit a real wildlife preserve where one can see and learn about local flora and fauna. She concluded the day’s events with a speech that highlighted the pressing need to raise awareness about the animals and its future in the wild.

On the whole, it was indeed a thought provoking event for all of the students who understood that saving faunas meant saving its habitat and hence pledged to take care of the trees in order to protect the environment.

 

Primary Games- Karate Block Level Tournament.


Passionate and enthusiastic players of our school embarked their potential again by clinching winning positions in Primary Games- Karate Block Level Tournament.

Ansh Rai and Manthan of class IV, Japjeet and Ashutosh of class V, Amish Sharma and Khushi Malhotra of class VI emerged victorious in the said tournament by clinching Gold Medal in the said competition. The Students were in high spirits after securing positions, though it was a cut throat competition.

The Revered Chairman of The Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra appreciated the students for their hard work and dedication towards the game. He appreciated the courageous and dauntless efforts of the student who left no stone unturned to add another wings to the school glory.

The respected Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winning students and appreciated them for the stupendous efforts and their talents.  She motivated them to progress their skills and involvement in the game will help them to flourish in future.

Winners with their glorious and outstanding achievements through focus and concentration made the teachers and parents feel proud.

 

Karate District Level Tournament


The students of our school proved their mettle in Karate District Level Tournament. It is a matter of proud to mention that Souravdeep Singh Walia, Class VIII (Category -55 kg) bagged a Gold medal and got selected for State Level Karate Tournament, Partik, Class VI (Category -30 kg) clinched a Bronze medal in U-14 category.  Akshit Arora, Class IX (Category -35 kg) sealed a silver medal in U-17 category. The Students were in high spirits after securing their place and position in the tournament though it was a cut throat competition.

Our illustrious Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the winners on their achievements and inspired them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. He highlighted the fact that the school continues its legacy of producing State and National level players in sports arena.

Elated with the achievement of the students, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their achievement and blessed them on their success while inspiring them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She also stressed on the importance of Games and Sports in the development of a child.

Over-all, everyone was in a rejoiced mood.

 

Gandhi Jayanti Celebrated

Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated on the auspicious occasion of birth anniversary of the father of our nation-Mahatma Gandhi in the premises of school. The Green Knights celebrated Bapu’s birthday in the school premises with great zeal, enthusiasm and patriotism.

A special assembly was organised to pay a floral tribute to Gandhi ji. Recitation of a soulful prayer marked the beginning of the function on a religious note. Children shared anecdotes from Gandhi ji’s life and also shared a speech on his achievements and contributions to India’s freedom struggle. The highlight of the assembly was Bapu’s favourite song such as “Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram”. The young tiny tots prepared posters and slogans which presented Gandhi Ji’s favourite quotes. Primary children recited a few lines on his life history.

Not only this, students were dressed up in Gandhi Ji’s attire wearing his spectacles, his walking stick and holding the spinning wheel- The Cahrkha. The tiny tots came dressed in khadi and cotton kurta-pyjamas and gave a taste of cooperation and a sense of involvement when they enacted the Dandi March conducted within the school campus.

Speaking on the occasion, the Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara quoted Gandhi Ji’s favourite lines “Live as if you were to die tomorrow, Learn as if you were to live forever." She said that Gandhi ji was the preacher of non-violence. He is a symbol of peace and truth. She further told the children about the Dandi march and about the Swadeshi movement, about wearing homespun cotton clothes, and about how he stressed on leading a simple but noble life. She explained the impact and significance Gandhi ji had during his times. She further, motivated the students to follow Mahatma Gandhi’s footsteps and inculcate his values in their lives to achieve their aim and uplift society.

On the whole, the day echoed with the immense contribution of pioneer of our motherland. The students dedicated their heart and soul to make it a huge success. The day closed with Gandhi Ji’s last words “HEY RAM” resonating in the air.

 

Mock Interaction Session

A “Mock Interaction Session” for the new admissions for Kindergarten wing to class first was organized in the premises of school. The purpose of the event was to introduce the parents to the system and learning experiences. It gave them the opportunity to receive constructive feedback about the children. The school keeps on conducting innovation techniques and styles with which interactions with parents become more rewarding and interesting.

 It was the time that is awaited the most by the parents, the time that affirms their faith in the school. The school bore a festive look to make the students feel special as it was the most important day of their life. Various charts, slogans and displays were prepared for the students. The tiny kids were welcomed by their favourite cartoon characters like Doremon, Shinchan, Mermaid etc.

Instead of confining the kids in their boring questionnaires and written tests for interview, they were brought out in open by the teachers to enjoy the playful rainy weather and do some artistic/ recognition activities.  The students enjoyed bungee jumping, train rides, swings etc.

As every coin has two sides, some students looked nervous yet excited in the new environment. The beaming faces and bright eyes of the tiny kids infused energy and mesmerized each and every one present there. The parents too looked quite satisfied with the school and had all words of praises for the school.

The School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that mock interaction session of tiny tots play an important role in assisting the children to be extrovert. Even the shyest students too interacted with teachers in such a convenient and child friendly environment. She further said that Quality Education is the hallmark of Green Land. The school helps the students to realize the social vices prevalent in the society and creates an atmosphere of ideas by making provisions for the growth of mind through many creative activities, by making teaching life inspired and life centered.

On the whole it was a great fun for the blooming buds who enjoyed the whole experience of mock interview.

 

Gold medal in District Level Karate Tournament.


Our school added yet another feather in its cap when the school lass Sana Rana of class VI (U-Category -22kg) won Gold medal in District Level Karate Tournament. She showcased her strength and agility in the competition and got selected for Punjab State Karate Tournament.

Our well-regarded Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated Sana on her achievements and inspired her to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. He highlighted the fact that the school continues its legacy of producing State and National level players in sports arena.

The School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara felt very happy with this progress and continuous efforts of the teachers and students. She congratulated Sana for their steady victories. She stated that team spirit is inculcated by sports and these competitions help in harnessing the budding talents. The students should take part in sports to keep them fit & healthy.

Over-all, she was in jubilant mood and thanked school for providing her such a great platform.

 

Punjab Board District Level Table Tennis Tournament.


The students of our school proved their mettle in the Punjab Board District Level Table Tennis Tournament. It is a matter of pride to mention that Harsimranjeet  Kaur , Class XI (Category U-19), Muskan, Class XI (Category U-19), Pratiksha Class XI (Category U-19) brought laurels to school by clinching  Bronze  medals in the said competition.

Our well-regarded Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the winners on their achievements and inspired them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. He highlighted the fact that the school continues its legacy of producing State and National level players in sports arena.

Elated with the achievement of the students, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their achievement and blessed them on their success while inspiring them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She also stressed on the importance of Games and Sports in the development of a child.


Over-all, everyone was in a rejoiced mood.

 

Winning Gold Medals in Punjab Board District Level Basketball Tournaments


The students of our school brought honour and laurels to the institution by winning Gold Medals in Punjab Board District Level Basketball Tournaments held at Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana recently. Players were in high spirit while unfurling the flag of victory.

Ashutosh (Class VIII) and Ayush Ahuja (Class VII) of our school performed exceptionally well and clinched the Gold Medal in District U-14 in their respective games. The students were in jubilant mood taking proud to air.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Pujara congratulated the winning teams for their wonderful efforts and stated that achieving such milestones in life take the students to the horizons of success. She stated that team spirit is inculcated by sports and these competitions help in harnessing the budding talents. The students should take part in sports to keep them fit & healthy.

Everyone was in a rejoiced mood. Players were bubbling with enthusiasm. Zenith was the limit for all the winners.

 

Punjab Board District Level Volleyball Tournament


Passionate and keen lass, Kavita Rana, the student of X std. of our school clinched the first runner up position in Punjab Board District Level Volleyball Tournament held at Government School, Govind Nagar, Ludhiana. She added one more feather to her cap which is a matter of pride to mention.

Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman, chain of Green Land Schools, congratulated “Kavita Rana” on her achievement and inspired her to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. He highlighted the fact that the school continues its legacy of producing State and National level players in sports arena.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the young achiever for her stupendous performance. She blessed the jubilant ‘Kavita Rana’ on her success and achievement. She encouraged her to reach far greater heights. She stated that team spirit is inculcated by sports and these competitions help in harnessing the budding talents. The students should take part in sports to keep them fit & healthy.

Kavita was in high spirit as left no stone unturned during practice to make her dreams come true.

 

Reading Drive



As per the guidelines of CBSE, young bibliophiles of our school kicked off “Reading Drive” from 9th September to 15th September, 2019. The reading week was organised to highlight the need of building opportunities for individualised reading at all stages in order to promote a culture of reading.

Several activities that inspired free thinking and personality development were organized as part of the programme. Book review sessions by students, reading hours and interactions were organised in Library on the importance of reading were planned beforehand and executed in the classes.

A 45-minute mass reading programme through out the week was organised in which all  students, teachers, non-teaching faculties read newspapers and books. A Fancy Dress Competition was also organised for the students of primary wing in which they dressed up and enacted as their favourite characters from their literature readers. It was a wonderful show appreciated by all which took the imagination of student at the peak.

Speaking on the occasion, revered Principal, Dr. Jyoti Pujara said that the school always provides a platform for the budding writers from our students to showcase their talent through such activities. She said that the school would dedicate a 45-minute period exclusively for reading every week. She further acquainted the students with e-reading through various reading devices and apps.

Conclusively, the entire period of 7 days was devoted to encourage students to instill reading habits. The response of the students was overwhelming and the motive of enlightening the students took the shape of reality.

 

Hindi Diwas Celebration


“Hindi Diwas” was celebrated in the school premises with great zeal and enthusiasm. To highlight the importance of “Matra Bhasha”, the event commenced by seeking blessings of the Almighty by reciting the soulful prayer “Itni Shakti Hamein Dena Data”.

It was followed by news and thought in Hindi and a speech on the importance of Hindi language. The tiny tots of Kindergarten Section prepared and showcased flashcards which depicted Hindi alphabets, sounds and consonants. Primary students decorated their boards and had programs with inspirational speeches and rhymes in Hindi.

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara appreciated the students for their commendable oratory skills. She said that in our country where People give priority to English Language but still everybody prefers to communicate and express their feelings in Hindi. While sharing her views on the language, she said that Hindi is spoken as a native language by more than 258 million people all over the world and is recognized as the 4th largest language in the world.

Over-all, everybody in the campus made sincere efforts to use Hindi as a medium of conversation for the day.

 

Swachh Bharat-Swachhta Pakhwara

As per the guidelines of C.B.S.E, Waste warriors of our school kicked off cleanliness drive from 1st September to 15th September, 2019 under the theme “Swachh Bharat-Swachhta Pakhwara”. The cleanliness drive started with the objective to spread the awareness about Swachhata Mission and its implementation across the country.  This fortnight drive intensely focused on the issues and practices of Swachhata by engaging students in their school premises. A periodic calendar was pre-circulated among the students to help them plan for the Pakhwada activities.

A cleanliness drive ensured that the students neatly turned out their classrooms. The Students picked up brooms and cleaned the school campus and its surroundings. They carried out a swachhta pledge in the special morning assembly. Plantation of saplings was carried out in the school premises. The Green Knights of middle and senior section collectively participated in doing the beautiful craft work based on swacchta event. They were made to communicate few lines and posters conveying the message of keeping surroundings clean and in turn taking care of the “Mother Earth”. Children displayed their artistic and linguistic skills while showcasing their awareness about conserving natural resources. Students and staff members took pledge during the occasion.

Principal Dr.Jyoti Sachdev Pujara requested students to stop littering their surroundings and be an agent of change. She further said that If we do not maintain cleanliness, whether it is our homes, surrounding areas or whole nation, we always remain in the fear of various diseases and it also gives rise to the different types of social evils. She said that a person could be healthy and happy, only if she/he is clean and follows hygienic habits.

Conclusively, the entire period of 15 days was devoted to encourage the students to make our “Mother Earth Clean”. The response of the students was overwhelming and the motive of enlightening Generation next took the shape of a reality.

Ganesh Utsav

Our school bid adieu Ganpati Bappa on the occasion of Ananat Chaturthi which marks the end of  “Ganesh Utsav” The school premises was adorned with flowers and streamers which gave a solemn manifestation.

High on energy, the young devotes of Pre Primary Section came to school in colorful dresses and made Lord Ganesh through coloured Rice Pasting Activity. It has been observed that there is a rise in water, air and noise pollution during the celebration of festivals like Durga Puja, Ganesh Chaturthi etc. An increase in pollution level is alarming and demands corrective action. The Green Land family taking up the role of torch bearers paved the way for an eco-friendly. Lord Ganesh idol making activity which was organized for classes III to V wherein students prepared idols of their all-time favourite friend Ganeya, Ganpati with the use of clay, paper and POP etc. The young Green Knights immersed idols of Lord Ganesha in water pool.

Speaking on the occasion, our revered Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara  narrated the story and the reason behind the celebrations. The students were acknowledged that when Lord Ganesh, was writing Mahabharata he was filled with pain, agony and anger. Thus to calm his anger, all gods decided to take him for a bath and later to rest. She expressed that the festivity gets multiplied when children participate with true spirit. She further said that one should not forget the culture, tradition and importance of celebrating festivals and asked the students to celebrate the festival with joy and devotion

Over-all, the day ended with lot of learning and the establishment of our eco-friendly Lord Ganesh in the school premises. The self – efforts of students were remarkable and the beauty of creations was filled aesthetic sense. The programme concluded the chants of Ganapati Bappa Morya!

Rain Dance Party

Enthusiastic and jubilant little angles of our school enthused with the joy of dancing celebrated ‘Rain Dance Party’ with great zeal and fervor. The jovial faces and sparkling eyes with merriment said it all. The students looked adorable in their costumes and enjoyed to the fullest.

The ground was joyfully resplendent with water sprinklers and music. The beats gave the effect of a roaring storm and thundering clouds which declined gradually. Suddenly the area was filled with showers of artificial rain from all around, accompanied with rhythmic beats, music and songs. All the tiny tots were looking winsome in their swimming costumes with their colourful umbrellas. The Little rock stars of Pre-Primary danced to the thrilling music which infused the atmosphere with energy and fun. Children enjoyed themselves thoroughly as they experienced the joy of splashing about in the puddles, having fun in the rain while staying protected from the rains in their raincoats. The multi-hued raincoats and umbrellas and the bright eyed, smiling faces of the children infused the atmosphere with energy and fun.

Back in the classes, the children were engaged in activities related to the Monsoon or the rainy season. They learnt new vocabulary, colored and painted umbrellas, and had all kind of fun art craft activities to help them associate better with the rains and the accessories used in this season.

Speaking on the occasion, sterling Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, said that Rain dance is an exciting and enthralling activity for children. It’s the time to beat the summer heat and dance and sing under the blue sky. She further said that Rain Dance Party helped the children to learn to love and develop motor skills which will make them physically fit.

Over all, It was a magical moment for the little angels as they had a great time together. It was a real treat to the eyes to watch them, feeling so happy and thrilled.

 

Basketball District Level Tournament


Passionate and enthusiastic players of our school embarked their potential again by clinching first runners up position in Basketball District Level Tournament held at Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana.

Mehak of class XII (U-19), Ranjana of class XII (U-19) And Sehaj Kaur of class XII (U-19), emerged victorious in the said tournament by clinching first runners up position. Anupam Yadav (U-17) and Anchal Yadav (U-17) of Class VIII clinched second runners up position. The Students were in high spirits after securing positions, though it was a cut throat competition.

The Revered Chairman of The Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra appreciated the students for their hard work and dedication towards the game. He appreciated the courageous and dauntless efforts of the student who left no stone unturned to add another wings to the school glory.

The respected Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winning students and appreciated them for the stupendous efforts and their talents.  She motivated them to progress their skills and involvement in the game will help them to flourish in future.
Winners with their glorious and outstanding achievements through focus and concentration made the teachers and parents feel proud.

 

All India Invitational Combat Karate Championship


The joy of students of our school had no bound when the school students won Gold medal in two different karate competitions. The young Green Knights showcased their strength and agility by participating Karate Competitions and they secured glorious first position.

In the first event, Love Kumar of Class VIII, Amanjot of Class VI, Sana of Class VI participated in Second All India Invitational Combat Karate Championship organized by Gi Toku Kai Karate Do Punjab held at Amritsar. The enthusiastic players bagged the Gold Medal in the event by beating all the opponents of their age.

In another event, Souravdeep Singh Walia of Class VIII participated in All India Karate Championship, IInd Punjab Open Cup held at Dayanand Munjal Auditoruium, Ludhidana. The passionate and fervent player crossed all the rounds to meet hard competition. In the Final match, he clinched the gold medal beating his opponent.

The School Principal, Dr. Jyoti  Sachdev Pujara  felt  very happy with this progress and continuous efforts of the teachers and students. She congratulated all of them for their steady victories.

Over-all, the students were in jubilant mood and they thanked school for providing them such a great platform.

An Inter-Class Card Making Competition and Essay Writing Competition


An Inter-Class Card Making Competition and Essay Writing Competition” was organized on the occasion of Grandparents Day in the premises of school with abundance of respect and admiration. It was held in the school campus to inculcate special love and respect and to channelize the positive and vibrant energy among the students for their grandparents. 

The Pre Primary event began with a Card Making Activity by kids followed by a series of fun games. The Primary Classes began the event with an Essay Writing Competition. The children were very excited to prepare card for their grandparents.  The love and affection for their grandparents was reflected in the cards and the essays. The children seemed like a motivation factor for everyone to give their best. The teachers were very happy to see the happiness ushering in the faces of young Green Knights who made the most of this wonderful day with happiness. The event proved to be a great platform to come together and share their love.

The esteemed Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara applauded the efforts of the students preparing beautiful cards. She also highlighted that Grandparents are the precious gems of a family. Their experience and knowledge spills the words of wisdom & captivate the grandchildren with their love and concern. She further highlighted the role of family and good schooling as strong pillars in a child’s life.

On the whole, a sense of satisfaction and expression of pride could be seen on the smiling countenance of tiny tots.

Punjab Primary School Games Cluster Level Karate Tournament


The students of our school proved their mettle in the Punjab Primary School Games Cluster Level Karate Tournament, held at Govt. Primary School. It is a matter of proud to mention that Ashutosh Tripathy, Class V (U Category +36kg), Amish Sharma, Class VI (U-Category -32 Kg), Japjit, Class V (U-Category -26 Kg), Mantham Badyal, Class V     (U-Category -23 Kg), Ansh Rai, Class IV (U-Category -20 Kg), Khushi Malhotra, Class VI (U-Category -27 Kg) bagged Gold Medals Bhavishya Bajaj Class V (U-Category -26 Kg) clinched Silver Medal.

Our well-regarded Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the winners on their achievements and inspired them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. He highlighted the fact that the school continues its legacy of producing State and National level players in sports arena.

Elated with the achievement of the students, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their achievement and blessed them on their success while inspiring them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She also stressed on the importance of Games and Sports in the development of a child.

Over-all, everyone was in a rejoiced mood.

Teacher’s day celebrations

Teacher’s day was celebrated with great fun and enthusiasm in the premises of school. To mark the great Teacher & Philosophyist, Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan’s Birthday and to thank the teaching faculty, the students organised a great show dedicated to their teachers. Both the students & staff gathered joyfully for the celebration.

The program was lead off with a prayer song sung by the school choir, followed by an innovative  inauguration where the school Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara, teachers and students paid a floral tribute to the great learner, scholar and educationist Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. The students presented flowers to the Principal  as a token of love and gratitude.

Neha Thakur (Class X) And Anchal Dhingra (Class X) gave a peek into the life of Dr Radhakrishnan and expressed their gratitude through a speech by bringing everyone’s attention to the immense importance of teachers and the role they play in children’s lives. As the speech concluded, a rapturous Bhangra performance by students of class VIII-XII left everyone mesmerized and awe-struck. It was followed by an ecstatic song by the students of Class IX, Comedy class act cum dance performance by the students of class VIII and XI, and a dance performance by the students of class IX.  One minute games like flip the Colour, Action Games, Thread and Needle, Drop the Marbles and Musical Chairs were conducted for the teachers. A wonderful PowerPoint presentation made by students of Class XII, showing a collage of teachers in their different roles and duties in the school campus was an endearing gesture and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. Teachers seemed exuberant while enjoying together.

As a tribute, students of senior classes initiated to pseudo teacher session of school administration and teaching where they played the different roles like Principal, Coordinators and teachers of all subjects. Students were attired as teachers aping the style of their favourite teacher, whom they admire the most and the one who inspires them the most. It was a remarkable effort made by students to pay the heartfelt gratitude to their felicitators. The students left no stone unturned to convey their thanks to their guides.

Speaking on the occasion, the august Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara addressed all the teachers with her inspiring words. She congratulated and thanked the educators for their diligence, sincerity and hard work. She advised the students to pay their respect to their teachers. It was her firm conviction that wisdom, happiness and peace, will prevail if teachers and students interact with each other with the spirit of oneness. She affirmed that a teacher not only disseminates knowledge but also her entire personality.

On the whole, it was truly a proud day for the teachers to bask in the love and attention they received from their students! The day buzzed with excitement and smiles all around. The programme ended with vote of thanks proposed by the student council.

Punjab Board Zonal Level Tournament


It turned out to be another feather in the cap of our when the young Green Knights brought laurels in Punjab Board Zonal Level Tournament. The students out seeded their competitors and won second position in U-19 (Girls) Volleyball Tournament.

In U- 17 (Girls) Mallika,  Kavita and in U-19 (Girls)  Arshleen, Varinda, Kashish and Sonali were extremely excited for their selection in the district team of Ludhiana.

Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools appreciated the efforts of students and teachers. He encouraged them to keep working hard and said that achieving success once is not difficult but to sustain that level is real success.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners and gave her best wishes to them. She emphasized that such notable performances aid platform for the budding stars to bloom. She further encouraged the players to progress the skills and involvement in the game to reach the peak of their career.

Over-all, it was a moment of jubilation and exuberance for the students.

 

Primary School Games Cluster Level Tournament, 2019


Our school excelled in the Primary School Games Cluster Level Tournament, 2019 held at Guru Nanak Public School. The chess prodigy, Amish Sharma (Class VI) brought laurels to the school by clinching Gold Medal in Chess Tournament.

The revered Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra and the illustrious Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated him and his parents. They appreciated his courageous and spirited efforts that left no stone unturned to add another wings to the school’s glory. The inspiring Principal encouraged him to keep participating in such competitions to achieve the heights that no one ever reached.

Over-all, it was a moment of great jubilation.

Punjab Board Zonal Level Table Tennis Tournament


Our school stamped their supremacy in Punjab Board Zonal Level Table Tennis Tournament held at KVM School, Civil Lines, Ludhiana. It was a stupendous performance from the lasses as they bagged the First and second positions both in U-19  & U-14 Categories respectively. Number of participants from various schools rubbed their shoulders with each other and Green Knights ended up in proving their mental dexterity all throughout the zone.

In U- 19 (Girls) Muskan, Pratiksha, Harsimranjit Kaur and Yashika from U-14 (Girls)  were extremely excited for their selection in the district team of Ludhiana.

Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools in his motivational speech emphasized that such victories set a bar for their fellow beings to leap forward. He further lauded the efforts of winners and encouraged other students as well as to follow their examples.

The School Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners & felicitated them in the Assembly. She emphasized that sports help students to build self-confidence and to stay fit.
Over-all, it was a proud moment for the students. All were in joyous mood.

Parkash Utsav of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji

Our school reverberated with ‘Shabad Kirtan’ to commemorate the Parkash Utsav of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji with great religious fervor and enthusiasm. The main motive to celebrate this day was to assert the values, morals, principles and teachings of Guru Granth Sahib Ji.

The pious day commemorated with obeisance to the holy soul & Shabad Gayan by the senior students of the school which filled the essence of Naam Ras in the entire sangat.  Little ones of Pre-Nursery Wing acted as ‘Panj Pyaras’. Students were entreated with speeches given by teachers and fellow students. Students presented a shining example of discipline and perseverance. The premises seemed to be pristine and possessed a sense of eternity all around.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara while extending wishes for Gurupurab explained that Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji is “Guru Ki Bani”. She told that we should follow the path of righteousness and should always be ready to sacrifice our lives for the welfare of mankind. While telling the importance of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Ji, she said that it has the solution to every problem in the World and it teaches us how we should live and promote modern ideology. She blessed the children to be healthy, happy and successful in the coming years, with positive energy flowing to fulfil the dreams of their parents.

On the whole, the Shabad Kirtan was performed under the divine fervor & spirituality. The school environment was devotional and blissful. The Programme ended with ‘Prasad distribution’.

LSSC (Central Zone) Poster Making Competition


The budding artists of our school emerged victorious in LSSC (Central Zone) Poster Making Competition held at Green Land Senior Secondary Public School, Jalandhar Bypass, Ludhiana.

The theme of the competition was based children’s emerging issues. Around 80 students participated and rubbed their shoulders in this competition from various CBSE schools of Ludhiana. The Green Knights were in euphoric mood by securing two positions among winners in different categories through their stupendous and stunning performance. The champions, Simranjeet Kaur of XI- Medical (Category B) clinched First position and Sania of class IX (Category A) secured Third position in the competition.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara heartily congratulated the delighted winners on their accomplishments. She expressed her pleasure and contentment for the budding artists and blessed them on their success while inspiring them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She also motivated them to be sincere and diligent in academics and activities to achieve success in all the spheres of life.

Over-all, it was a moment of jubilation for the school.

National Sports Day i.e Rashtriya Khel Divas


Our school celebrated the National Sports Day i.e Rashtriya Khel Divas as an endeavor to spread awareness about 'Fit India Movement' launched by Our Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi. To enlighten the students about benefits of being healthy, yoga and PT exercises were conducted for junior students.

The school made necessary arrangements for viewing, hearing of the launch function of the Fit India Movement. The students, faculty and staff viewed the live streaming of the event with great enthusiasm and keenness. At the launch, the Prime Minister delivered an address and also administered a fitness pledge and requested the citizens to be a part of the movement. All the students and teachers took a fitness pledge along with Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

As part of the Fitness ledge, our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara asked everyone to walk at least 10,000 steps on August 29, 2019 and follow it up in their daily routine. She encouraged the students to make a fitness plan and incorporate daily exercise activities for everyone to adopt and practice.

On the whole, the day was filled with flavour of enthusiasm & love towards sports. The students pledged on better fitness and health.

CBSE Capacity Building Programme in English (DAY-1)


An exemplary Teacher will not just enlighten the student, but will also empower the student.

Under the aegis of CBSE-Centre of Excellence, our school organized Two- Days Capacity Building Programme in English Senior Secondary Classes. The Capacity Building Programme was well thought-out under the competent direction of well-regarded Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra and revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. The resource persons from CBSE were Ms. Pallavi Sethi and Ms. Renu Grover to update teachers pedagogical skills, delivery mechanism and other professional qualities.

Role of teachers in schools is certainly crucial, but extremely dynamic too. Today, teachers need to adjust their teaching with the ever-evolving educational goals and at the same time deal with infinite variations in students, each of whom is unique. In such a scenario continuous professional quality development of teachers becomes absolutely indispensable to respond to the changing needs of the students and system.

This is the reason this workshop aimed at enhancing better understanding of the curriculum of English Core and giving fruitful guidance to teachers teaching English to classes XI and XII . Nearly 50 teachers from 30 CBSE schools of Punjab Region including the teachers from the host school attended this enlightening session.

The workshop commenced at 9:30 a.m. with the melodious welcome song by the school choir for the empowerment session of worthy veterans in the domain of teaching English. The first day event started with an ice-breaker session where the participants got acquainted with each other. The session focused on reading and framing test items, letter writing, article writing, testing and evaluation. The maiden session focussed on special objectives of reading and the ways of attaining confidence and grip over comprehension skills. A thorough discussion of Intensive and Extensive reading skills equipped teachers with new perspective to deal with comprehension tasks. Full length discussion on the writing skills and the format and styles gave a crystal clear picture of the latest rubrics to follow while attempting the writing section.

The teachers got a hand on experience of solving various worksheets and very useful handouts related to writing and literature section were distributed which consolidated the experience gained through the workshop. The teachers thoroughly enjoyed the lively interactions on various aspects of English syllabus and everyone  gained valuable inputs of looking upon the curriculum from a new, effective perspective. Different activities, video clippings and group discussions made the session all the more effective.

Illustrious Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, always a pioneer in the field of meaningful education, highlighted the objectives of programme to empower the teachers in sharpening the skills of students in a comprehensive manner.  She also expressed that she is overwhelmed with the kind of information and guidance which was provided to all the teachers present in the workshop.

The workshop was excellent overall and gave an opportunity to the teachers to learn the various aspects of comprehension and writing skills and upgrade them . The first day session ended leaving the teachers with a firm conviction to render optimum support and  benefit to all students.

CBSE Capacity Building Programme in English (DAY-2)


A teacher affects eternity; she can never tell, where her influence stops.

In continuity with the Two- Days CBSE Capacity Building Programme in English organized by our school for teachers of Senior Secondary classes, second day session started with a vital information about Assessment of Speaking and Listening skills which were newly added in this session for XII standard after elimination of novel from the curriculum. Participants were given a variety of exercises to evaluate questions and suggested ways to improve upon the same. There were animated discussions and deliberations. The aim of the workshop was to equip the teachers with effective methods and logical ideas that can be implemented in the classrooms.

The Day-2 of workshop also saw a vivacious interaction on the Literature section; why it is quintessential to elicit responses before delving into the literature passages, prose and poetry and why it is needed to discuss at length about the poet, backdrop and setting, creating literature character cards, the right way of attempting value based or extrapolators, why interdisciplinary research work related to English literature to be done and what strategies to adopt while teaching its various modules. The teachers moreover, got a hand on experience of solving various worksheets and valuable handouts which were distributed to consolidate the experience gained through the workshop. To involve the teachers’ participation in the workshop, various engaging and vibrant activities were conducted. The teachers thoroughly enjoyed the lively interactions on various aspects of English syllabus and everyone  gained valuable inputs of looking upon the curriculum from a new, effective perspective.

The resource persons also discussed about the student's learning techniques, methodologies to teach various skills like: reading, writing and grammar, different activities were suggested to infuse the passion for silent reading, framing of questions for periodic tests, assessment of student learning, marking scheme and blueprint of board question paper. They motivated the teachers to be equipped with latest methodologies for Joyful teaching of English. The session broke on an optimistic note of making sincere efforts to implement all the nuances of English Language with great zeal and enthusiasm.

The workshop culminated with a Vote of Thanks given by the honorable Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara to the resource persons and all the participants in makimg the workshop a success and learning and enriching experience. Certificates were awarded to all the participants. She extended her best wishes to one and all for the smooth & successful conduct of the whole programme. She thanked the CBSE team from Centre of Excellence for conducting such fruitful workshops. She delivered her address and said that it was a part of a compulsory training programme initiated by CBSE and was an endeavor on the part of our school to keep the teachers abreast with the latest strategies to manage the classroom environment effectively.

Overall, it was an enlightening and thought-provoking session.  The workshop stimulated the professional selves of teachers making them more confident, empowered, sensitive and aware facilitators of English language and literature.

 

Basketball Tournament


Enthusiastic and energetic players of our school embarked their potential and gave a flying start to Punjab Board Zonal Level Tournament by bagging Second & Third Position in Basketball tournament held at Police D.A.V School.

In Basketball Tournament school team of U-19 (Girls) bagged the second position & U-17 (Girls) clinched the third position by not letting it a cakewalk for the opponents.

The Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra lauded the efforts put in by the students as well as the coaches. He expressed his ecstasy by saying that the students were toiling hard to make the School flourish in the field of sports as well.

The revered Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the teams and all praise for this exquisite performance of the students.  She motivated them to progress their skills and involvement in the game as they flourish.

Over-all, the students were in jubilant mood and they thanked school for providing them such a great platform.

 

Janmashtami Celebrated


Our school celebrated ‘Janmashtami’- the birth anniversary of Lord Krishna- the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu with mirth & joy. The Chief Guest of the ceremony was Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman of the Chain of Green Land Schools alongwith Smt. Usha Rudhra the General Secretary of the Trust. They were given a warm floral welcome by the Principal of the School, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara.

The function commenced with the religious abhishek ceremony of Laddoo Gopal by the honourable Chief Guest amidst the chanting of mantras by the school choir. Melodious bhajans were sung by the students which enthralled the whole environment with religious fervour. Various dance performances were performed by the students of the school.

The purpose of the flamboyant celebration was to inculcate value of sharing and respect among the students. The fragrance of flowers, soothing aroma of camphor and the jingle of bells filled the air. The school premises was decorated beautifully and the spirit of festivity was enhanced with vibrant tableaus depicting life history of Lord Krishna which were depicted by the tiny tots of Classes Pre. Nsy to III. The students came dressed up as lord Krishna and Radha, carrying flutes, peacock feathers and matkas all around.  The graceful dancers of Kindergarten and Primary Section left everyone spell bound with their mesmerizing Rasleela.

The festivities were followed by “Dahi Handi Decoration” and “Matki Phod” competitions which were held for the students of classes IV-VIII. The celebration that followed was truly entertaining and educating.

A soul rendering Bhajan Singing Competition was held for the students of classes VIII to XII. The young maestros recited bhajans and songs related to Janmashtami. Amidst hymns and chanting of “Hare Krishna”, a message of peace, spirituality and harmony was spread among the young minds on this pious occasion.

The chairman of the school, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra addressed the students and advised everyone to follow the path of truth and honesty. He laid emphasis on the importance of ‘Karma’ and seek the blessings of God at every moment of our lives. He shared many incidents with the students depicting various phases of Shri Krishna’s life. He blessed all the students on this auspicious day and gave them the message to always, look ahead instead of reminiscing in the past.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, the Principal of the school conveyed the message of love and mutual respect for each other and further added that ‘Doing Karma should be our priority rather than desiring the fruit of our Karma’. Her words truly summed up the efficacy of celebrating festivals of devotion and obedience towards their parents and teachers. . She also cherished the efforts put in by the teachers and students.

On the whole, the celebration filled the atmosphere with the spirit of devotion and love for the Omnipresent Lord Krishna. The participation of the students in the celebrations at such a tender age was worth applauding. The celebrations concluded with ‘Arti’ and Distribution of Prasad’. It was a moment of great joy and elation.

 

Poster Making Competition


The students of our school proved their mettle in the Poster Making Competition (Dedicated to Organ Donation Day) held at Aykai Super Specialty Hospital, Ludhiana.  The theme  of the competition was “Organ Donation-Gift of Life”. Around 60 students participated in this competition from various schools of  Ludhiana . The Green Knights (Category A &B) bagged Special Appreciation Award with their stupendous efforts. The winners Chirag of class VII (Category A) and Simran of XI-Non Medical (Category B) were in jubilant mood by securing a position among winners.

Ecstatic with the accomplishment of the students Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their achievement and blessed them on their success while inspiring them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She also stressed on the importance of such competitions that help the students to improve their artistic skills and learn the new ways of presenting their thoughts. She also motivated them to be sincere and diligent in academics and activities to achieve success in all the spheres of life.

 

Sadbhavana Diwas

Our school observed Sadbhavana Diwas to pay tribute to the former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi on his birth anniversary. The main aim of celebrating “Sadbhavana Diwas” was to promote national integration and communal harmony among the students.

On this occasion, a special morning assembly was organized on a spiritual note with the school prayer. The celebrations started with the paying of floral tributes to the 6th Prime Minister of our country Sh. Rajiv Gandhi. The students through their speeches gave an insight into the life and contribution of Late Rajiv Gandhi for the technological advancement in India.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara threw light on the life of the youngest Prime Minister of our country. She encouraged the students that youth of India should remember the contribution of our great leaders and they should lead their country towards the heights of success by following their footsteps. Further, she stressed on the need for values in the present scenario and inspired the students to take a pledge to make this world a better place for all.

On the whole, the day echoed with the immense contribution of pioneer of our motherland. The program concluded with national anthem.

Celebrated Nation’s 73rd Independence Day


Our school celebrated nation’s 73rd Independence Day in its premises with great fervor and enthusiasm. There was an air of patriotic and nationalistic sentiments which infused a sense of unity and brotherhood. The whole campus was adorned with tricolour balloons and small Tirangas and fresh flowers.

The celebrations began with the ceremonial flag hoisting which was followed by the school pledge. The cultural programme at School commenced with the slogans ‘Vande Mataram’,'Bharat Mata Ki Jai'. The spirit of freedom and nationalism was well exhibited by the students through a spectrum of patriotic poems, speeches, songs and dances.

Committed to the task of nation building, both faculty and students pledged to serve their motherland through spreading education and serving the community. The whole atmosphere echoed with melodious tunes of inspirational songs. The young maestros sang to their level best and made the gala event a great success. The staff and students collectively took an oath to safeguard the nation under all circumstances. The school resounded with the slogans of 'Jai Hind' and 'Desh Ke Shaheed,Amar Rahein'.

The Chairman-cum-Director of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra addressed the students and made them aware that on this auspicious day, 73 years ago, India attained freedom from colonial rule and the people of our country became the masters of their destiny. He also advised the students to work tirelessly to keep our Tri-colour fly high as the youth of today is the nation builder for tomorrow.

The illustrious Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara declaimed that we all are fortunate to born in this Independent India. But, the history reveals how our ancestors and forefathers suffered in the brutal rule of British. Getting independence from the British rulers was not a cakewalk. She told the students to remember the great leaders who fought for our freedom and most importantly the way we achieved our freedom. She motivated the students to make a promise on this auspicious Independence Day to make India, our motherland shine even brighter into future.

Over-all, the entire school was involved in its making to instil patriotic fervour among the staff and students. The celebrations concluded with National Anthem.

Raksha Bandhan Celebrated


The auspicious and propitious day of Raksha Bandhan was celebrated at school with vivacity and Devoutness. It was a day when young Green Knights turned into little artisans, with creativity and vision. Raksha Bandhan is a special occasion to celebrate the bond between brothers and sisters symbolized by the tying of a holy thread, ‘Rakhi’ around the wrist of brothers. The main reason behind this competition was to celebrate and depict the precious relationship of brothers & sisters.

The event started with introductions and an informative session, where the values and history of Raksha Bandhan festival were explained. The students of standard Pre- Primary Wing & Primary Wing got a chance to participate in this competition. The Rakhi Making Competition was a joyful and sanctimonious event. The children joined in this celebration, which was aimed at strengthening the bond of love and to instill the virtues of love and harmony among the young, growing Green Knights.

In this creative & innovative competition, all the students participated with a great joy and zeal. Students used unique materials such as tiny mirrors, cotton balls, stickers, etc. to present their creativity in the most exquisite manner. The rakhis made by the participants were creative and portrayed the artistic perspective of the students. The verve and vivacity exhibited by the students were really perceivable. This artistic talent of the tender buds did magnetize the attention and attraction of every audience present there. The competition showed a number of colorful and creative rakhis, made by the participants. They were judged on the basis of neatness, creativity and effort put in by them.

The rakhi designed by the students of senior wing were packed with love and wishes in a box with greeting cards. The box full of rakhi and cards was sent to the Chief Commissioner of Income Tax Department, Ludhiana to forward the love of students to the soldiers of the country. This way students thanked them to being their safeguards standing on the border of our Nation.

Speaking on the occasion, our Esteemed Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara enlightened everyone to the derivation of this celebration with her thought provoking ideas. She articulated that the chaste bond of love between a brother and a sister is one of the deepest and noblest of human emotions. She narrated the significance of this day by sharing a mythological story of lord Krishna and Draupadi. She said that strong must always protect the weak from all that’s evil. She, further, congratulated the winners and teachers for preparing them so well.

 

Van Mahotsav Day

Our school commenced ‘Van Mahotsav Day’ with massive awareness and educational purpose. Meaningful messages were put up all around on the importance of trees and how they are the 'Lifelines'.  The overall objective of celebrating the day is to sensitize masses and to generate awareness among the students. The students were a step ahead with a scintillating programme in the campus.
Adding more fervor to the proceedings and celebrations, a spectrum of activities were planned for the day for children to let them get a feel of the earth and nature. The Plantation Drive was organized for students of all classes to incorporate the sensitivity towards resources around us and to aware the students to consciously slow down the effect of technology and modernization on the dwindling and fragile eco-system. Each poster had a unique story to tell and spread the message that the green plant we live in must be cared for.  Trees are the kindest thing we grow as they fulfil all our basic needs. But their depletion has become the serious problem.

In the 'Plantation Drive' the students planted the saplings of different types of plants like Christmas tree, Postal Palm, Areca Palm, Rabish Palm, China Palm etc. brought by them which inculcate the sense of responsibility among students. The worthy school Principal and teachers also planted various saplings.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara  addressed the august gathering and said that plantation initiative has been taken so that the students learn and spread awareness about the importance of ‘Flora and Fauna’ in human life as they are the pillars of future world. She proposed to make the entire campus polythene free which will encourage others to realize their social and moral duty towards our environment. encouraged students to preserve trees which play a vital role in maintaining the ecological balance. She added that it is the responsibility of each citizen to not only grow but also taking care and protecting them. She made the students to pledge ‘Green School, Clean School’.

Thus, the programme evoked feelings of love for God’s beautiful creation and everyone at the school renewed the pledge to protect the environment. Van Mahotsav Week came up to be a great success. The event helped to bring awareness about the green cover around us. It also helped in strengthening the bond between plants and humans. Students got to learn a lot and will always cherish the memories of this important occasion.

 

District level Table Tennis Tournament (dedicated to healthy Punjab)


The students of our school proved their mettle in the District level Table Tennis Tournament (dedicated to healthy Punjab) held at Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana. The Green Knights bagged Bronze Medal with their astounding and stunning efforts. The champions Harsimranjeet Kaur, Pratiksha and Muskaan were in triumphant mood by acquiring third position.

Elated with the achievement of the students, our respected Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their achievement and blessed them on their success while inspiring them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She also stressed on the importance of Games and Sports in the development of a child.

 

Hiroshima and Nagasaki Memorial Day


The Hiroshima and Nagasaki Memorial Day was observed at school with the message of peace and concord to mark the tragedy of the fatal bombing in 1945. The day was observed to mark a remembrance of the world's first atomic bombing by the US on the city of Hiroshima, Japan on 6th August 1945.

Keeping it in view , A special peace assembly was organized by the young Green Knights which was followed by a beautiful thought on Peace Day with a glance on the Hiroshima and Nagasaki disaster. An Inter House English Group Discussion Competition for the students of classes IX to XII was an amalgamation of intelligence, alertness and patience. Each house consisted of three representatives. They were given sometime to prepare on the topic before the final discussion. Altogether, the participants enthusiastically expressed their views on the topics -Terrorism: Is this the price we have to pay for democracy?, How to eliminate the threat of nuclear war?, Why America had dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? etc. After the group discussion, a question answer session was also conducted by the judges.


The listeners were impressed by the confidence exhibited by the students as they voiced their opinion in strong and powerful words in neck to neck competition where each tried to outshine the other to the best of his or her ability. The maturity level of students’ views was amazing. Their awareness was remarkable. They took the stage with aplomb and their performance was incredible. This competition basically was to enhance their Communication, Interpersonal Leadership, Motivational, Team Building, Analytical /Logical skills, Reasoning ability and Creative thinking. A moment of silence was observed to pay homage to all the victims at the end of the group discussion.

Speaking on the occasion, our well-regarded Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the students on their achievement and also for the spirit; they carried all through for learning. She advocated the message of peace by encouraging students to take a pledge and vowing not to fight. She reminded students about the dangers of nuclear warfare and drawing lessons from horrific past for a peaceful future. The students pledged to work for a nuclear free safe world in the days ahead. She announced the Judgement & encouraged everyone to follow the path of peace and harmony. She bequeathed “Dove Badges” to all the participants to take home as a token of peace.

Overall, it was a special effort taken by the students to advocate peace and emphasized the need to set up peace initiatives at school-level.

 

77th anniversary of Quit India Movement (August Kranti Andolan)

Our school observed the 77th anniversary of Quit India Movement, also known as August Kranti Andolan in the school premises with utmost patriotism and nationalism. A series of events were organized to pay tribute to the Freedom Fighters on the occasion of “Quit India Movement”. On this day in 1942, father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi gave the famous clarion call of ‘Do or Die’ to all Indians to drive the British away from the country.

A special Morning Assembly was organized on a spiritual note with the school prayer. Students were made aware about Quit India Movement through speeches and poetry. The young green knights came dressed as Mahatma Gandhi and other freedom fighters. They were holding posters with slogans like “Do or Die” and “Independence is our birthright”. The underlying idea behind the procession was to explain the significance of Quit India Movement which instilled the patriotic fervor in the students. The students were told about the historic movement that aimed to help India attain complete independence, a momentous milestone in the Indian freedom struggle.

The Esteemed Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara and the students paid floral tribute to the great legend of India. She highlighted the importance of Quit India Movement in the struggle of independence and articulated that Quit India Movement was truly a turning point in India’s struggle for freedom. Father of the nation, Gandhi Ji gave a call to the masses and urged them to raise their voice against British and asked them to “Quit India”. She inspired the students with a beautiful quote by Mahatma Gandhi “Be the change that you wish to see in the world.”

Overall, the celebrations of Quit India Movement reminded the young Green Knights about the value of freedom. The students were awakened to protect the country in the present and future too. The whole atmosphere echoed with the immense contribution of pioneer of our motherland.

 

LDCA-Ludhiana District Cricket Association For Mahajan Trophy


Enthusiastic and energetic players of school embarked their potential yet again by getting selected in LDCA-Ludhiana District Cricket Association for Mahajan Trophy. LDCA-Ludhiana District Cricket Association held in Ludhiana which was attended by 170 aspirants.

Mankaran (U-12) And Sachin Saini (U-14) and Dilkash, emerged victorious in the selection process. The Students were in high spirits after securing their place and position in the trials though it was a cut throat competition.

The Revered Chairman of The Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra appreciated the students for their hard work and dedication towards the game. He said that the school hopes to get many more such victories in upcoming tournaments. He appreciated the courageous and dauntless efforts of the student who left no stone unturned to add another wings to the school glory.

The respected Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winning students and appreciated them for the stupendous efforts and their talents.  She motivated them to progress their skills and involvement in the game will help them to flourish in future. She encouraged him to keep participating in such competitions to achieve the heights that no one ever reached.

Winners with their glorious and outstanding achievements through focus and concentration made the teachers and parents feel proud.

 

Declaration to revoke the Article 370 & Article 35-A




The staff and the students school were in an ecstatic mood at the declaration to revoke the Article 370 & Article 35-A which gave 'special' status to Jammu & Kashmir region which was damaging the unity and integrity of India. It is a day to celebrate the conquest of Democracy of India.

A special morning assembly was organised to congratulate the honorable Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi and Home Minister Sh. Amit Shah for the impressive decision of abolishing Article 370 & Article 35-A. A documentary based on the history of Jammu & Kashmir and its special status was demonstrated to the students. The dance team of the school dedicated a special performance on Bhangra beats to the great sons of India. The ambience in the school was filled with overwhelming patriotism and respect for the nation. The team of Green Knights said they have strong persuasion that the country will progress by leaps and bounds under his able leadership. The national flag was hoisted by our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara with due solemnity and dignity on the school campus.

The staff and students also paid homage to the victims & survivors of Hiroshima & Nagasaki bombing. Through the speeches, the students acquainted everyone with gloom and despondency of this eviler and malicious attack which is a disconsolate bolt on the history of this world. A two-minute silence was marked as a respect to the innocent-departed souls.

Our well-regarded President, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra said that today was the day to pay tribute to thousands of soldiers who have sacrificed their life for Kashmir since 1947. He congratulated the resolute government for taking such courageous and determined decisions. He, further, hoped for the development of Kashmir and Ladakh. He said that this is the victory of people of India. He pinned his hopes on and presumed that India will march ahead as a strong and united country under Modi Ji’s guidance.

On behalf of the students, management, parents and staff members, our esteemed Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara welcomed the audacious step by the Government which was very essential for the interest of Jammu and Kashmir, as well as the entire country. She hoped that this will definitely bring peace and development in Kashmir. She enlightened the students about the effects of abolishment of Article 370 & Article 35-A.

Overall, everybody in the school was in triumphant and euphoric mood. The assembly concluded with the national anthem.

 

Teej celebration (Day1)



The jovial and colourful festival of Teej was celebrated with great fervor and vivacity in the premises of school. The entire staff and students from classes­­­ Pre. Nsy. to V were seen in traditional colourful attire. The School campus wore a festive look with buntings, fresh flowers and decorations replete with the traditional baagh and Phulkaris.

Keeping in traditional view, Inter Class Solo Dance Competition was organized for classes P. Nsy to V. The function correspondingly included enthralling and captivating dance performances and several enactments by the tiny tots. The beats of Punjabi music let, everybody to tap their feet. “Sohni Muttiyar” and “Sohna Gabru” Competition were conducted for the students of Kindergarten and seniors and were adjudged accordingly. The winners of Inter Class Solo Dance Competition were bestowed with titles ‘Dazzling Daisy’ ‘Dancing Queen’ and ‘Expression Queen’. They enjoyed on the decorated swings. The little ones of the Pre – Primary applied Mehandi, had fun on swings and enjoyed traditional sweets. They danced to the tunes of traditional Teej songs and the whole environment was full of festivity and zeal.

Different kinds of stalls and Punjabi traditional games were organised for the students so that the students must be rooted with their culture and tradition. Students also relished stalls of different eatables such as Kheer, Jalebi, Sandwiches, Water Balls, Pav Bhaji, Channa Kulcha, Samosa, Bhel Puri, Candy Floss, Sandwich, Combo Packs, Sweet Corns along with soft drinks. Fragrances of flowers on ‘Teej’ pervaded the atmosphere.

Speaking on the occasion, our Laudable Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara appreciated the joint efforts of little angels, parents and teachers and educated the students about the riches of the Punjabi culture and inspired the student to have wings but not to forget the ground. She also blessed the students to blossom at their best and preserve our rich cultural heritage.

Overall, it was a great festive atmosphere. The event was a grand success and a learning experience for our students.

 

Teej celebration (Day2)




Gaiety and zest marked the Teej celebrations in school. The traditional colourful costumes of the students from classes VI to XII and faculty added to enhance the charm and mood of the celebrations. The School campus wore a festive look with flags, fresh flowers and decorations brimmed with the traditional Baagh and Phulkaris.

Keeping in mind the different age groups of children, special arrangements were made for their entertainment. The “young mutiyars” of Green land recited “Boliyan” and performed “Giddha” to welcome “Savana” with which the festival is coupled. The Girls had fun while getting Heena applied on their hands and having a feast of jalebis. The programme was prepared by the students under the guidance and supervision of their teachers. The girls enjoyed riding the beautifully decorated swings with flowers, and applied various designs of Heena on their hands.

Keeping in traditional view, Inter Class Solo Dance Competition was organized for classes VI to XII. The function correspondingly included enthralling and captivating dance performances and several enactments by the young Green Knights. The beats of Punjabi music let, everybody to tap their feet. The winners were bestowed with titles ‘Dazzling Daisy’ ‘Dancing Queen’ and ‘Expression Queen’. Giddha - the heart and soul of Punjab was performed by lovely young girls of Senior wing was a treat to watch. It was a trumpet call to announce and sing the welcome notes for the Monsoon. The excitement of the young mutiyars was the best part of the day.

Different kinds of stalls and Punjabi traditional games were organised for the students so that the students must be rooted with their culture and tradition. Students also relished stalls of different eatables such as Kheer, jalebi, sandwiches, water balls, pav bhaji, channa kulcha, samosa, bhel puri, candy floss, sandwich, combo packs, sweet corns along with soft drinks. Fragrances of flowers on ‘Teej’ pervaded the atmosphere.

Addressing the gathering, the Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, talked about the importance of the day and mentioned that Teej was primarily a festival celebrated by girls and women with songs and dances and that it was mainly celebrated in the northern and western parts of India. She said that the school aims at promoting the culture through organizing such fests, events and celebrations of the festivals so that our national and cultural values may remain supreme on the globe. She added it was a pleasure to witness the festivity and galore which made the whole environment lively and colourful!

Overall, it was a great festive atmosphere. The whole ambience reflected Punjabi culture.

 

International Tigers Day




On the occasion of International Tigers Day, school organized numerous activities to raise awareness and knowledge about tiger conservation in its school premises. As part of the students’ curriculum, the children analyzed poetry and enacted stories pertaining to the theme of the emblematic tiger. The tiny tots of KG section participated in a variety of events with an aim of raising awareness in regard to the plight of India’s national animal, which as they pointed out, would benefit the human race as well.

“The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated.”, keeping it in view, A special Morning Assembly was conducted in which students read out stories and stirring poems to motivate all to become sensitive to the cause, especially, the youth as they are the future stakeholders of the country. The students were shown a short animated movie based on the estranged relationship between man and tiger, and how man is to be blamed for the national animal’s declining numbers. A poem written by the students themselves describing the various emotions an endangered species might experience during the day and age of environmental destruction was presented followed by story enacting and tiger mask making. An additional power point presentation on tigers and the various aspects of conservation was also showcased to students. The students dressed as tigers stole the show and distributed tiger masks to the students to raise awareness about International Tiger Day.

Speaking on the occasion our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Earth was created for all life, not just human life. She said that animals have feelings just like humans and teasing an animal is cruel. We should have respect for animals just as much as everything else because they are a creation of God and it is our duty to protect animals and show genuine care and concern for them. She insisted students to enjoy Animal planet channel on television. Also, one must visit a real wildlife preserve where one can see and learn about local flora and fauna. She concluded the day’s events with a speech that highlighted the pressing need to raise awareness about the tiger and its future in the wild.

On the whole, It was indeed a thought provoking event for all of the students who understood that saving the tiger meant saving its habitat, and hence pledged to take care of the trees in order to protect the environment.

Cambridge English Assessment Exam



Cambridge English Assessment Exam was successfully conducted to test the speaking skills of the young learners in its school premises. The aim of conducting this exam is to emphasize the importance of the international language among the students. To ensure that the learners have achieved the desired proficiency level towards the end of their Cambridge session, the board decided to conduct assessments for speaking for the young learners.

The speaking test was conducted at six levels which included Starters, Movers, Flyers, Ket, Pet and FCE. Before appearing for the exam, a series of mock tests were conducted by the school to make learning English enjoyable, effective and rewarding. The students were motivated to learn English and develop practical skills for the real world. The Cambridge exam focused on a level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR), testing learners’ speaking skills.

Speaking on the occasion, the revered Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Good communication skill is the objective of any language learning so that the learners of any language are able to interpret what is being said and are able to express them well are important parameters while assessing their proficiency level in the said language. She appreciated the stalwart endeavors of the students and faculty members. She congratulated them for the successful completion of the task.

Over all, it was the most exciting day of the academic year, the day on which the heart beat the fastest. The school premises were charged with excitement, vigor and happiness on stupendous performance of students in their Cambridge English exam.

 

Kargil Vijay Diwas


The Kargil Vijay Diwas was celebrated in the school on 26th July 2019, the staff members and student of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana paid a heartfelt tribute to the martyrs of Kargil war on Kargil Vijay Diwas in the school campus. To instill patriotism among the youth, the school held various activities depicting patriotic feelings. The event was planned to highlight the stories of valour by our brave soldiers and rekindle the pride among the youth of the country, inspiring those who were too young and those who were not yet born, to form part of the Nation’s resolve.

To commemorate the Gallant fight put up by the brave soldiers during the Kargil war, a PowerPoint presentation was demonstrated to the students. The music team of the school dedicated the medley of patriotic songs to the great warriors. The ambience in the school was filled with overwhelming patriotism and respect for the nation. Through their speeches, the students acquainted everyone with the dauntless courage of soldiers who served the nation during Operation Vijay.

The teachers acquainted the students with Operation Vijay to clear Kargil Sector, and the most recent examples of high-altitude warfare in the mountainous terrain, which posed significant logistical problems for the combating side.  A two-minute silence was marked as a respect to the departed souls.

The national flag was hoisted by our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara with due solemnity and dignity on the school campus. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that we should always remember our brave soldiers who fought gallantly for the pride of our nation & the security of our citizens during the Kargil War.  She added that Kargil Vijay Diwas reminds us of India’s military prowess and the great sacrifices our armed forces make while steadfastly keeping India safe.

Over all, the whole campus was filled with feeling of nationalism and patriotism for India. The students pledged to serve the nation in their best capacity. The function concluded with national anthem.

Congratulated India and Scientists For Successful Launch Of Chandrayaan-2

The staff and the students congratulated India and Scientists of the Indian Space and Research Organization for proving their mettle with the successful launch of Chandrayaan-2. The whole school was in a jubilant mood at the successful launch of Chandrayaan-2, India's second mission to the moon, which is a giant leap in the field of science.

Success comes to those who wish and dare; this quote is firmly proven by the renowned scientists of India. As the country celebrates the proud moment, the staff and students also praised the brilliant minds behind the success of the mission. The team of Green Knights congratulated the scientists and the incredible feat of this mission that comprised 30% of the women. It is a day to celebrate the feat as well as the women empowerment.

The students celebrated the success by delivering speeches and watching a short movie at the launch of Chandrayaan-2. They all were shared with the objectives and motive of the launch of this spacecraft. Students were made aware of the benefits of Chandrayaan-2 mission and making them feel proud to be the part of fourth nation of the world who landed on the moon with a mission to send its astronauts in space by 2022.

The Chairman of Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the champions on their momentous victory. He said that this is the victory of people of India. He pinned his hopes on and presumed that India will march ahead as a strong and united country. He added that women in India who lead space exploration proved to be great role models for young girls.

On behalf of the students, management, parents and staff members, the Principal Dr. Jyoti  Sachdev  Pujara congratulated ISRO on its spectacular success on the launch of Chandrayaan-2. She congratulated the ace women scientists who made this mission possible after the years of hard work. She motivated the young generation to follow their footsteps as sky is n’t the limit neither is space!

Overall, the day was full of moments of remembrance and enjoyment.

Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) Sufi Singing (Solo) Competition


Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) Sufi Singing (Solo) Competition in  Sh. Ram Labhaya Rudhra Auditorium at Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bye-Pass. Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman cum Director of Chain of Green Land Schools graced the occasion as the Chief Guest of this competition. Dr. Shabad Rudhra, President of the trust, Mrs. Usha Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust and Dr. Vijayata, Director of Green Land Schools were the guests of honour. They were given a warm floral welcome by the Principals of all Green Land Schools- Mrs. Baldeep Pandher, Mrs.Vinita Sanan, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, Mrs. Ritu, Mrs. Aruna Kapila. The event commenced with the sacred lamp lightening followed by musical performance dedicated to Almighty to seek His choicest blessings. This gave a pious beginning to the show.
The competition witnessed an extensive array of participation from more than 16 teams of various schools affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). A healthy competition was witnessed with great fervor and zeal. Each participant expressed his mastery over Tone & Pitch, Rhythm & Enunciation, Variation & Cohesiveness and other important aspects of singing. Their best attires added festive shades to the competitive spirit.

The whole atmosphere echoed with melodious tunes of inspirational songs. The competitors came out with a variety of songs which pulled the heartstrings of the audience. All the young maestros sang to their level best and made the competition a great success. Great support was rendered by the audience and most of the songs received applause for the mellifluous compositions and music. The untiring efforts of participants were a treat to watch.

The judges, Mrs. Harpreet Kaur & Mrs. Sargam, professors from Arya College (Dept. of Music) thoroughly enjoyed the mellifluous sufi songs. They were impressed with the confidence, the tonal quality and the fervour with which they sang the inspirational songs. The Jury shared their views about the competition and gave fair judgement which was accepted by one and all without any discrepancies.

The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara wished good luck to all the school teams who participated in the competition with their immense interest and zeal. In her appreciation address to the school teams, she mentioned that Music as the universal art, plays an important part in developing life skills and such performances add to their confidence and respect towards their learning. She further thanked all the dignitaries for gracing the occasion and appreciated all the students and teachers for their active participation.

The Chairman of the school, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra addressed the august gathering and said that the performance of all the school teams has been overwhelming and congratulated all on being the part of this mega event. He announced the result of the competition & motivated the students with his encouraging words and bestowed his blessings upon them. He said that such events continuously provide a platform for aspiring singers to perform in front of the audience and enhance their singing skills.

The result of the competition is as under:
Winner Trophy was grabbed by Arshjot Singh Dhillon students of class XI from GRD Academy Ldh.
First Runner-up Trophy was clinched by Yuvraj Babbar of class IX student of Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bye Pass
Second Runner-up Trophy was secured by two participants, they are Tashmeen Kaur from KVM, Civil Lines & Inderpal Singh from Guru Nanak International Public School, Model Town and
Appreciation Award was given to Mehak Nagpal from Green Land Convent School. 32 Sec. Chd. Road,  Ldh.

All the luminaries heartily congratulated the winners and the participants. The Chief Guest gave away the prizes to all the winners. On the whole, the competition was a great success where the talented singers enthralled the audience and put their heart and soul in each stupendous performance. The motive behind the Sahodaya Competition was successfully achieved and all the winners were in jubilant mood. The musical day concluded by national anthem.

 

An Inter House G.K Quiz


“An Inter House G.K Quiz for the classes IV and V on 16/07/2019 in which students of all four houses with four fervent participants in each house gave tough battle to each other. It was very informative and knowledge enriching competition for participants along with the audience.

The participant had to go through mazes of intuited and mind blogging rounds consisting of questions related to general science, signs and symbols, sports, states and their capitals and Indian sobriquets. First round was based on historical events which was followed by Audio round, visual round, sports round, current affairs round and finally the rapid fire round. Every round was a mixed bag with questions from different fields. The quiz was presented in an interactive manner and the students enthusiastically participated in it. It commenced with the declaration of the rules and regulations of the competition in front of the participants.

The questions given in the quiz were not only appreciated by the teachers but also by the students. The young Green Knights skillfully answered the questions asked. Though some of the questions were very tricky, the teams tried to answer them with confidence. The questions put forth to the teams were intriguing and exciting. The audience clapped when the teams answered correctly. At the end of every round there was a question for audience that kept the interest alive among them. There was a tough challenge given by the houses to one another. After the neck to neck competition Kirti House once again grabbed the first position, Jagriti House Secured the second position and Shakti House obtained the third position in the G.K Quiz. The program ended up with a motivational speech by the Principal.

Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, said that these competitions help students to practice more and to improve their level of competitiveness. She congratulated the winner teams and encouraged the students to be up-dated by reading the newspaper and listening and watching the news. She lauded the efforts of the winners of the competition and complimented the teachers on the successful execution of the events.

On the whole, it was altogether a fruitful event for all. It was a great learning experience for the children as they enjoyed the quiz very much. The students displayed ecstatic spirit and enjoyed the quiz to the fullest. The students participated with enthusiasm and zeal and tried their level best to win the quiz.

 

An Inter House Social Science Quiz


“An Inter House Social Science Quiz” was organized on 13/07/2019 for the students of classes VI- VIII to enhance the academic knowledge among students regarding the subject of social science and to measure growth in knowledge, abilities and skills. The main aim of the competition was to foster interaction between students and also to make them more resourceful to develop academically.

The quiz was presented in an interactive manner and the students enthusiastically participated in it. It commenced with the declaration of the rules and regulations of the competition in front of the participants. There were four teams in total and the quiz comprised of four rounds- facts based round, buzzer round, audio round, visual round, rapid fire round and Identification of famous personalities round.

The questions given in the quiz were not only appreciated by the teachers but also by the students. At the end of every round there was a question for audience that kept the interest alive among them. There was a tough challenge given by the houses to one another. After the neck to neck competition Kirti House grabbed the first position, Shakti House secured the second position and Jyoti House obtained the third position in Social Studies Quiz. The program ended up with a motivational speech by the Principal.

Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, said that these competitions help students to practice more and to improve their level of competitiveness. She congratulated the winner teams and encouraged the students to be up-dated by reading the newspaper and listening and watching the news. She inspired the students to participate in such competitions in future as well to keep their knowledge up-to-date. She lauded the efforts of the winners of the competition and complimented the teachers on the successful execution of the events.

On the whole, it was altogether a fruitful event for all. It was a great learning experience for the children as they enjoyed the quiz very much. The quiz was very informative and knowledge enriching for the participants as well as for the audience. The students displayed ecstatic spirit and enjoyed the quiz to the fullest. The students participated with enthusiasm and zeal and tried their level best to win the quiz.

 

An Inter House English Quiz



“An English Quiz” was organized on 11/07/2019 to encourage students to look beyond their textual knowledge and establish a relationship between theory and application of the learnt concepts. The competition also aimed to foster interaction between students and also to make them more resourceful to develop academically.

An Inter House English Quiz, with an earnest endeavor to enhance the prevailing quality of English as a discipline, among the students, was organized for senior section in the school premises. The quiz was presented in an interactive manner and the students enthusiastically participated in it. It commenced with the declaration of the rules and regulations of the competition in front of the participants. The competition commenced with questions related to idioms, riddles, books, authors and quotes; as a standard practice, the second round was ‘Rapid Fire’ which was a mixed bag packed with diversified questions, covering wide range of language, renowned Authors, Poets, Novelists, Idioms, riddles and all other aspects of the subject, to evolve a positive response from the competitors. The third round was based on ‘audio-Visual Clippings’ which challenged the students to identify the world renowned Poets, authors and movie clippings. The last round was based on buzzer round related to spellings, names of books, authors & awards along with visuals.

The Students participated with enthuse and showed their learning about the most loved language of the world-English. The contest was a great success, as not only the participants, but the entire audience, who with utmost ease and confidence was able to positively response to the questions, each time they were forwarded to the vast gathering for answering. In fact, all the participants displayed a commendable level of awareness and knowledge of English as a discipline and gave each other a tough fight for the top honors. Their strive to be declared as winners continued till the very end of the contest. Finally Jyoti House merged as winners, while the second position was secured by Kirti House and the third position was shared by Shakti House. The program ended up with a motivational speech by the Principal.

Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, said that these competitions help students to practice more and to improve their level of competitiveness. She congratulated the winner teams and encouraged the students to be up-dated by reading the newspaper and listening and watching the news. She inspired the students to participate in such competitions in future as well to keep their knowledge up-to-date. She lauded the efforts of the winners of the competition and complimented the teachers on the successful execution of the events.

By all standards, the English quiz competition was highly informative and educative for all assembled in the auditorium at the time of the contest. The students displayed ecstatic spirit and enjoyed the quiz to the fullest. The students participated with enthusiasm and zeal and tried their level best to win the quiz.

 

International Mango Festival


“Mango Party” was organized on the occasion of “International Mango Festival” on 08/07/2019 for the tiny tots of Montessori wing with much enthusiasm in the premises of school. The aim of organizing the event was to impart all information related to mangoes in a fun way.

It was a perfect sweet juicy morning to celebrate the season of the king of fruits “Mango” with a fun-filled learning opportunity in the form of a Mango Party. The whole school campus was decorated in yellow and green, in tune with the theme of the party. The little angels came dressed in shades of yellow and so did the teachers. The “Mango Party” mania was kicked off by introducing different types of mangoes in the morning assembly. Children were introduced to an array of mangoes such as dussehri, safeda, chausa and langda. The children touched, smelled, and held the mangoes in an attempt to distinguish one from the other. They were quite excited and eager to know more about mangoes and their kinds.

Later in the day, the teachers and children engaged in various creative activities such as thumb printing, paper tearing and pasting, and drawing of mangoes. The children were able to associate with the shape, form and size of a mango better than before, and were proud of the drawings they made. The Toddlers participated in the ‘Mango Shake Activity’, where in teachers prepared mango shake in the class. This was followed by super cool food session. Children enjoyed eating summer fruits and relished ice cream and mango milk shake. Refreshing drinks to sip and music to make the mood were relished by all. They were delighted to experience such a stupendous time. Children shared and relished various varieties of mangoes they had brought as special tiffin.

The laudable Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, started with a general conversation about the king of fruits- Mango, followed by the nutrients it offers like- vitamin-C and vitamin-A. She further briefed the students about the features of this fibrous fruit which helps to boost our digestive system and prevents from getting heat- stroke. She also told about the various forms of its consumption such as- mango shake, ice cream, jam, pickle, chutney etc.

Over-all, it was an ecstatic day, filled with experiential learning, events, celebrations and much more. Having thoroughly enjoyed the day, children left the school clutching to the fruity delight, as a reminder of the fun-n-learn mango party, they had enjoyed immensely at the school which might turn out to be the best mango season yet!

 

World Chocolate Day


“World Chocolate Day” was celebrated for the tiny tots of Primary Wing in a scrumptious way in the premises of school on 07/07/2019. The aim to celebrate this day to provide a platform to students to showcase their skills and love for chocolate its various dishes and desserts and to bring a chocolaty sweet flavor in the life of young Green Knights in a fun way.

Keeping in this view an “Inter Class Chocolate Pudding Competition” was organised in the school for the students of Primary wing to donn their ‘Chef Caps’ to exhibit their culinary skills where fruits, nuts, flakes or breadsticks of their choice dipped in chocolate sauce, was devoured in no time. The students brought ingredients of their dishes from home and made the sweets without fire and showed their cooking skills, which was beyond the imagination of anyone. The mouthwatering delicacies from the Primary Wing which they prepared were Chocolate Pops, Chocolate Moose, Choco lava Cake, Oreo Chocolate Rolls, hocolate Popsicles, Chocolate Candy, Choco Oreo Balls etc.

The food items displayed were a visual treat and were presented in an artistic and aesthetic style. The judges interacted with the budding chefs to find out the ingredients of the recipes, nutritional value and the istorical significance of the dishes prepared by them. Judges were overawed by the efforts of the participants. Back in the classes, children ate delicious chocolates and enjoyed the day with fun by watching chocolate making videos and other exciting and creative activities also conducted. And amidst the joyful celebration, they also shared a few lines on why they love chocolates and learned some lip-smacking chocolate recipes from their teachers.

Speaking on the occasion, the most revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara said that Chocolates are the powerhouse of antioxidants. She said that chocolates not only acts as a good stress busters and also taught about the health benefits of eating chocolates but in moderation, as excess can cause tooth decay. She lauded the efforts of the winners of the competition and complimented the teachers on the successful execution of the events. She encouraged the students to participate in such activities and appreciated the efforts of the students and encouraged them to explore their potential to the hilt.

Overall, it was a treat to watch young Green Knights showcasing their skills through this event. The room was filled with a variety of simple, artistic and creative styles of chocolate delicacies .The event not only provided a platform for the students to foster their creativity but also helped them explore their hidden talents and discover new areas of interest. The students offered a treat to eye as well as to taste buds through the competition. The joy of celebrating Chocolate Day with their classmates was seen on the gleaming faces as the tiny tots bid goodbye for the day with blissful memories!

 

Reopening of School After Summer Vacation

The school welcomed all the students on 4th July, 2019 at the reopening of school after summer vacation. The reopening of session was marked with a lot of excitement and enthusiasm among the students. After summer vacation, it was the time to enter the school with new energy and fresh new vibes.

The students entered the school with jolly feelings of excitement and enthusiasm. They were welcomed on coming back to school after revitalizing themselves. Through a special video, fun-filled and adventurous summer fun moments of students and teachers were shared. Excitement and enthusiasm was at high among the students where there was an eagerness to meet the friends as well as admission to the new level. The classes were beautifully decorated and filled the students with pride. The day was filled with fun activities for the students preparing them for new challenges and exciting opportunities that the new session brings.

In view of scorching and intense weather, the school timings have been changed. Therefore the school reopened at 7:30 in the morning under D.C. instructions almost an hour earlier to the usual school timings. All were seen in a great hurry to reach the school on time.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara motivated the students that despite obstacles that may arise, we must always believe in our ability to rise above challenges and come out stronger on the other end. She inspired them to study with passion to achieve success. She further informed the students about upcoming events and inspired them to participate in every activity, including scholastic and co-scholastic. She advised the students to take balanced diet including liquids. She further recommended to stay at home during peak hours of the day in intense hot waves.

As a whole, the day was full of fun and excitement. Everyone had a great day!

 

International Yoga Day-2019 Celebrations

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated World Yoga Day in the school premises with great zeal and fervour. Since its inception in the year 2015, June 21st is celebrated as The International Day of Yoga all over the world to make this ancient practice popular among the present generation and to raise awareness about the benefits of practicing yoga among youth.

“Yoga is the journey of the self, to the self, through the self”, Keeping it in view, The International Yoga Day was celebrated by the students and teachers in the school premises with great enthusiasm. A zero hour was created to facilitate yoga and train students how to do it and educate them about its benefits. Students demonstrated various asanas followed by Omkar chanting. Warm up exercises were taken and all the students performed sitting and standing asanas, importance of these were explained simultaneously. Despite many teachers well-tuned with various aspects, dimensions and practices of yoga, the school management had appointed yoga teachers to help the students learn yoga to keep physically fit and mentally healthy.

Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body, thought and action. She further discussed some ways and dimensions of different types of pranayama. She reckoned many benefits of early rising and practicing yoga in routine. She also pointed out the contribution of yoga in maintaining fitness and good health and how it helps students to memorize something and understand a concept and its context. She said that yoga is the scientific way of living healthy and increasing life expectancy. It brings a divine glow on the face and makes us wise.

Overall, it was a fun filled day with series of activities. The celebration concluded with synchronized recitation of shlokas. She encouraged students to practice regular yoga to remain fit and improve concentration.

 

World Environment Day




World Environment Day with full vigour and enthusiasm in premises of school. The main aim of observing this day is to change attitude towards environment and advocate partnership between each human being and society to ensure a safe future.

“Let’s nurture the nature, so that we can have a better future”, keeping it in view, World Environment Day was celebrated in the school premises. The school choir presented a mellifluous song on the occasion. A week long cleanliness drive ensured that the students neatly turned out their classrooms. The Green Knights of middle and senior section collectively participated in doing the beautiful craft work based on Environment Day. They were made to communicate few lines and posters conveying the message of keeping surroundings clean and in turn taking care of the “Mother Earth”. Children displayed their artistic and linguistic skills while showcasing their awareness about conserving natural resources. Students and staff members took pledge during the occasion. The celebrations concluded with the National Anthem and the belief that the students would respect their natural inheritance and be good caretaker of their planet.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara in her address appreciated the efforts of young toddlers and added that we are fortunate to have born on Earth and reminded children of their responsibility towards “Mother Earth ” and administered a pledge to protect and save our fast depleting natural resources. She motivated the students that we should join our hands together to save our mother Earth from the increasing environmental degradation and exhorted everybody to save flora and fauna, soil and water from the unhealthy man-made practices growing industrialization and urbanization.

Conclusively, the entire day was devoted to encourage the students to make our “Mother Earth clean”. The response of the students was overwhelming and the motive of enlightening Generation next took the shape of a reality.

 

A Social Science Quiz



 “ A Social Science Quiz ” was organized to enhance the academic knowledge among students regarding the subject of Social Science and to measure growth in knowledge, abilities and skills. The main aim of the competition was to foster interaction between students and also to make them more resourceful to develop academically.  

A Quizzical Quiz was conducted for the Students of class V. The quiz was presented in an interactive manner and the students enthusiastically participated in it. It commenced with the declaration of the rules and regulations of the competition in front of the participants. There were eight teams in total and the quiz comprised of different interesting rounds- facts based round, buzzer round, audio round, visual round, rapid fire round and Identification of famous personalities round.

The questions given in the quiz were not only appreciated by the teachers but also by the students. At the end of every round there was a question for audience that kept the interest alive among them. There was a tough challenge before all the participants. After the neck to neck competition Priyansh Thakur, Shivansh, Mohit Kumar, Nitin Kumar Rana, Neha, Jaspreet Kaur, Kawaljeet, Garima grabbed the first position in Quizzical Quiz. The program ended up with a motivational speech by the Principal.

Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, said that these competitions help students to practice more and to improve their level of competitiveness. She inspired the students to participate in such competitions in future as well to keep their knowledge up-to-date. She congratulated the winners and awarded them with certificates.

On the whole, it was altogether a fruitful event for all. It was a great learning experience for the children as they enjoyed the quiz very much. The students participated with enthusiasm and zeal and tried their level best to win the quiz.

 

World No Tobacco Day



 ‘World No Tobacco Day’ was celebrated to highlight the deadly health hazards associated with tobacco in the premises of school. The main aim was to highlight the health risks associated with tobacco use, World No Tobacco Day, designated by the World Health Organization is observed every year.

“No Tobacco Drive” began with an objective to make the youth aware of harmful effects of tobacco consumption as well as its complications to others. “Tobacco Companies Kill their Best Customers and Once You Start; It’s Hard to Stop…”, keeping it in view, a Special Morning Assembly was organized in the school premises, where the focus was on creating awareness among the students and teachers on the use of tobacco products. The students were explained the harmful effects of smoking and other tobacco products.In order to make the pupil easily get aware of all the problems and health complications caused by tobacco chewing or smoking, a Power Point Presentation was shown.

An Inter House Poster Making Competition was also organized for Classes VI to VIII on the theme “Health is Wealth” in which the senior wing created thought provoking posters. The students articulated their thoughts and emotions well and presented thought provoking posters on the theme. The Green Knights enthusiastically participated in the competition. They made beautiful and inspirational posters highlighting the ill-effects of tobacco. They also depicted how plain packaging can curb the initial thought of trying tobacco products because of the increased health warnings and gruesome pictures of diseases caused by tobacco. The posters were displayed in the school campus at various places for the visitors.

An informative talk was also given by the doyenne Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, wherein she shared some statistics about tobacco use in India along with what really tobacco is, its effects on the nervous system, its physical effects and its effects on our academics and social life. Lastly, she also talked briefly about plain packaging and how that can reduce the sale of tobacco products, especially in adolescents. She extolled the efforts of the student to be the harbinger of change in the society. She informed the student that tobacco is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and is Cancerous. She also told the students about the need to make our country smoke and disease free so that the present and coming generations breathe (live) happily.

Conclusively, the entire day was devoted to encourage the students to make our country tobacco free country. The response of the students was overwhelming and the motive of enlightening Generation next took the shape of a reality.

 

Splash Pool Party

To relish the water sport an Aqua Day in school premises. On this occasion A Splash Pool Party for the tiny tots of Montessori wing was organized with fun and frolic. Water Play activities were solemnized to promote multitude of wonderful developments and learning opportunities like enhancement of gross and fine motor skills and imagination of the little ones.

‘Summer means happy times and good sunshine. It means going to the beach and having fun.’, keeping this in view, the Splash Bash Pool Party was organized to give kids a fun filled day. It was a break from regular routine work and children welcomed it wholeheartedly. Children in colorful swimsuits came swarming into the splash pool and enjoyed wading through waters and had a gala time. Children enjoyed the cool pool under the guidance of professional coaches. They enjoyed the music and had a mind-blowing time at the photo booth, especially created for them.

This was followed by super cool food session. Children enjoyed eating summer fruits and relished ice cream and mango shake. Refreshing drinks to sip in the cool pool and music to make the mood, were relished by all. They were delighted to experience such a stupendous time. Also, they played gleefully with balloons and balls in the splash pool. It was not long before the wary faces filled with frolic! Tiny-tots were dressed in colorful swimming costumes for pool party. They tapped their feet to famous rain songs and recited poems of rainy day.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Water play activities in young children strengthen motor skills, build balance and the ability to propel and navigate.  She also made sure that the kids were provided utter security and were under severe vigilance of observant teachers during the party. Her happiness knew no bounds to see her tiny tots participating joyfully.

Over-all, it was an ecstatic day, filled with experiential learning, events, celebrations and much more. At the end of the session, the kids were still beaming and in no hurry to beat a retreat!

 

Colour Fiesta

“Colour Fiesta” was organized for the tiny tots of Kindergarten wing with fun and enthusiasm in the school premises. Colors are indeed the smiles of nature. The motive of celebrating this day was to make the children aware of primary colours, their significance and to develop fine motor skills among the students.

With apples and mangoes, Ducks and dinosaurs, Fishes and frogs, Thumbs and handprints, our little angels started to explore the colorful world around them. The ‘Colour Fiesta’ activity was a wonderful learning activity which helped children to understand the concept of Primary Colors. Each Grade and each section of the Kindergarten had their own scheme of colors. The students came dressed up in the beautifully glowing colors which reflected just how their spirits are all the time-filled with fun and enthusiasm. The class rooms, doors and boards were decorated with red, yellow, green colour objects like fruits, flowers, balloons and teddies. The children were excited and happy seeing red, yellow, green hangings and balloons.

The day began with a short prayer and continued with various activities like singing rhymes and jingles on colors, color identification games, printing activity, mock tales etc. Pre-Nursery – KG students showed their enthusiasm to mix paints to get secondary colors. They painted huge kites and butterflies using sponge as group activity. Children were given beautiful handouts like book marks, wrist watch made out of colour paper to take home. Mentors also joined the celebration dressed in red.  The celebrations continued the following day wherein the children participated in mock tale activity .They brought lemon juice, water melon, fruity etc. related to the colour. All the students were elated. A lovely day passed by getting introduced to the colour of love and happiness.

The School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that early identification of colors helps toddlers to create the cognitive link between visual clues and words which is an important part of a child's holistic development. Such activities assist the children to be extrovert. Even the shyest students too participated with other students in such a convenient and child friendly learning environment. She appreciated the students with their precious pearls of encouragement. She wished good luck to all tiny tots for their future endeavors.

On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the little ones. It was an excellent learning experience for children, which will enhance their visual discrimination. The students enjoyed the activity and went back full of praise. The smiles on the students’ faces were a proof of the grand success of the Fun day.

 

World Family Day

World Family Day was celebrated in the premises of school with great show and pomp in the school premises. A Role-Play Competition based on the theme “Families” was organized for the students of Primary Wing. The objective of this competition was to develop confidence and to promote the skills of effective Public speaking among the students.

“Family is a gift that lasts forever”, keeping this special bond in view, A Role Play Competition based on the theme “My Family” was organized for the students. It was really a fun filled and splendid event. All the actors for the role play put up their best show. The students portrayed themselves as father, mother, sister and brother, grandparents etc. with great conviction and confidence. It proved to be a great learning experience for all the children. The ideas were executed so well by the students and acting was superb.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara was highly impressed by the act, idea formulation and act execution by the students. She said that such competitions help the students to improve their communication skills and learn the new ways of presenting their thoughts. She applauded all the participants and awarded certificates to the winners. She also motivated them to be sincere and diligent in academics and activities to achieve success in all the spheres of life.

On the whole, the day proved to be a great learning experience for the little ones to showcase their potential and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The whole atmosphere was so spell binding and enthralling.

 

Chatter Box Activity

A Chatter-Box Activity was organized for the Primary Wing in the premises of school. The day was observed with an aim to strengthen the verbal and presentation skills and to foster public speaking competency of the young minds.

There’s nothing like a prop or an object to spark our little ones’ imagination- our students understand that objects have many stories to tell !, keeping it in view, A Chatter -Box Activity was organized for the young Green Knights. The students from class NSY to III participated in this activity which helped them to build their self-confidence and self-esteem. It enabled them to improve their descriptive skills by communicating feelings, thoughts and emotions with words.

The students were informed to bring their favourite toy or any object of their choice.  Our students tapped into their love for their favourite objects, and brought along props such as small cars, dolls, globes etc. that they found fascinating. The event inspired them to articulate their ideas and gave them the courage to overcome stage fear to take centre-stage. The competition left the audience spellbound by the talent and ability of the little ones.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara was really impressed by the way the children conducted themselves. She said that such competitions help the students to improve their communication skills and learn the new ways of presenting their thoughts.  While announcing the achievers, she congratulated each participant for the excellent effort put in and hoped to have more such activities that will increase the vocabulary and speaking skill in children.

Over-all, it was an interesting and a thrilling experience for the kids sharing their feelings with peer which provided fun and comfortable learning arena for everyone involved. Thus, this event helped our tiny tots to build their social, emotional and language skills.

 

Mother’s Day Celebration

Mothers’ Day was celebrated with zeal and fervor in the school premises. The students were given an opportunity to show their love and respect for their mothers. The young, enthusiastic Green Knights expressed their love and affection for their mothers through participating in “A Salad cum Mock tail and Flower Arrangement Competition” and Card Making Competition.

“God could not be everywhere and therefore he made mother.”, Keeping this bonding emotion in mind, A Salad cum Mock tail and Flower Arrangement Competition was organized for  Grade IX – XII with lot of enthusiasm. It was a treat to watch the young ones chopping, dicing and easily mixing and matching the fruits and vegetables of their choice, seasoning with some spices and dressings. The participants explained the speciality of their salad and also the importance of including salad in our regular diet for maintaining good health and keeping diseases at bay. They prepared cool refreshing Mock tail Bonanza with loads of fizz & mint and presented them with appetizing names like Banana Bonkers, Tango Mango & Tangy Juices.

Cleanliness, safety, taste and presentation were the basic criterion for the judgment. The participants' creativity was revealed through the beautiful designs and patterns formed with different mouthwatering salad. The judges exhorted upon the students to make salad eating a routine habit for enabling them to maintain a healthy life. The flower arrangement with these vibrant fresh flowers danced its way into the hearts of the onlookers. The children were judged on their creativity, presentation, innovative quality and taste.

The students of  Primary Wing had something more special and unique to bring a smile on their beloved mother’s face. They passionately got involved in making beautiful greeting cards for their mothers. Heart-warming feelings filled the air with intimacy, gratitude, appreciation and acknowledgement- the little ones proudly echoed and enchanted the quote- “Mother will be our door to Paradise so, lets love, respect and care for our mother everyday”. The bulletin boards were decorated with these beautiful cards and conveyed an important message of being humble, respectful and obedient to the parents.

Speaking on the occasion, the most revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara said that Mother’s day is a special day for all children and mothers as; it celebrates the bond of love and affection that is everlasting. She stressed that the role of the mothers is of utmost

importance to the children. They give unconditional love, kindness, patience, humor, comfort, lessons in life. She appreciated the efforts of the students and encouraged them to explore their potential to the hilt. She further inspired the children to inculcate virtuous deeds and resort to ethical ways that makes the parents happy and contented.

Overall, it was an enjoyable and memorable day for each and every child which left an indubitable mark on the innocent hearts. All were very eager, happy and bubbling with energy. The day ended with all children enjoying themselves and taking back fond memories of a day well spent.

 

Graduation day

The school organized ‘Graduation Day’ to applaud the young enthusiastic learners of Pre-Primary wing for their commendable performance in the session 2018-19. The ceremony was conducted to felicitate these toddlers graduating to primary with the feel of stepping ahead a significant phase of school life. The occasion was graced by the Chairman of Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra. He was accorded a warm floral welcome by the Principal of the school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. The ceremony was also attended by the parents of the students of class Pre-Primary.

“Graduation is an exciting time. It is both an ending and a beginning. It is warm memories of the past and big dreams for the future.”, keeping it in view, Graduation Ceremony was organized for the tiny tots of Kindergarten. The celebrations commenced with the ‘Sow n Grow’ welcome of the Chief Guest Dr. Rajesh Rudhra by Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. This was followed by lamp lighting ceremony and GaneshVandana to evoke the blessings of  Lord Ganesha. The gathering was then addressed by the Principal highlighting the vision of the school and role of parents and teachers in the students’ learning process.

The day was celebrated with great spirit and enthusiasm. The tiny tots of Class I delivered a speeches to welcome the eminent guests and their parents. After this, the graceful dancers of Kindergarten left everyone spell bound with their mesmerizing dance performances. Another show stealing performance was the presentation of  ‘a choreography – my childhood dreams’ which spell bound the audience. The sublime energy of the unmatched zeal and rhythm of ‘Main Tera Ladla Dance’ performances dedicated to mothers by the students of Primary enthralled the audience with their stimulating performance. Speeches and poems respectively added an amazing enthusiasm to the show expressing their feelings.

Another heart stealing performance was the presentation of Graduation Song. Parent representatives expressed their gratitude towards the school and the teachers in instilling humility and self-esteem in their children through varied spectrum of activities. They were excited when they saw their tiny tots dressed in Graduation robes and caps walking the stage to beget ceremonial certificates. Their smiling faces were welcomed by rapturous applause from the audience as they received scrolls of merit.

The Chairman of the school, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra addressed the august gathering and congratulated the parents & the students for their first graduation ceremony. He lauded the parents efforts, perseverance, motivation and support that contributed to the successful completion of their child's pre-school.  He said that parents and teachers are like a caring potter who shape and mould the child with tender love and care into a confident individual. He assured that the children will continue to be nurtured with knowledge, values and dedication as they continue their education at Green Land.

Seeing the spirited performances by the kids, the Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the parents and tiny tots of kindergarten and said "This event is like planting a high dream in the tender minds. She appealed the parents to give their precious time to their young ones so that we may feel proud for them in the future. She thanked the worthy guest for sparing their valuable time for the young scholars.

The ceremony ended with the National Anthem. It was indeed a joyous and memorable day for the little ones as they received their Graduation Certificates from the guests.

 

World Red Cross Day


World Red Cross was celebrated with zeal and enthusiasm in the school premises. The day is observed to celebrate the birth anniversary of Henry Dunant, the founder of Red Cross Society. It aims at providing relief to people who are in distress and desolation because of natural calamities, epidemic diseases and war.

“Provide first aid and be the hero”, keeping it in view, Red Cross Day was celebrated in the school premises. On this occasion, an awareness programme was organized with the theme “First Aid’ in an amplified manner to provide on the basic first aid training and to make the children aware of diverse and innovative range of services to the humanity. The theme behind it was to disseminate first aid knowledge and skills among young people. Group discussions and lectures were held to mark the significance of this day. Students were fascinated to know the main functions of the Red Cross that fall into four categories- blood collection, disaster relief, aids to soldiers and victims of war and community education.

The Green Knights participated enthusiastically and were keen to showcase their knowledge. They shared their thoughts by means of creating slogans and posters. They visited all the classes along with their created pieces of art thus making everyone aware about the importance of Red Cross Day.

Speaking on the occasion, the benign Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the day is celebrated in Red Cross Organizations across the world by helping people with independence, humanity, impartiality, universality, unity and the fundamental principles of the organization. She encouraged volunteers to promote their humanitarian activities and help people who are suffering from any kind of problem. She motivated the young Green Knights to protect their own lives and ensure dignity of victims and set an example for the generations to follow

 

Poetry Recitation Competition

An Inter Section Poetry Recitation Competition was organized for the students of Grade IX to XII in the premises of school to celebrate “Tagore Jayanti” with the belief that a poem can be an oasis of calm, a moment of slowing down and reducing stress in our frenetic world. The purpose of the competition was to instill a love for poetry and to develop recitation skills among the students and make their acquaintance with the famous poem composed by Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore.

The recital of Tagore’s poem’s by the students marked the commencement of the celebration. One of the participants  recited and enacted Tagore’s famous poem titled ‘Where the mind is without fear’, which enthralled the audience. The celebration included immaculate rendition of Tagore’s famous poems  from the book ‘Geetanjali’.  Endless Time, Unending Love, Go not to the temple, On the nature of the fear ‘Freedom’, Last Curtain’ etc. were the other poem artistically recited by students. The most riveting performances exhibited great enthusiasm and radiance in their performance and were highly applauded by all. Each participant was given 2-3 minutes for recitation of the poem.

The students excelled in memorizing and reciting the poetry of their choice with confidence and control in voice modulation, expressions and other criteria. The judges appreciated and applauded the performance of the participants and judged them on the parameters like voice, rhythm, confidence, presentation and modulation.

The Winners of the competition is are as follow:

English Poetry Recitation
Name of Students Class & Section House Position
Dhruv XI Medical Kirti I
Anchal Dhingra X Bacon Jagriti I
Mehak X Bacon Jyoti II
Manleen Kaur X Bacon Shakti III
Simranjeet Kaur XI Medical Jagriti Consolation

 

Hindi Poetry Recitation
Name of Students Class & Section House Position

Inderpreet Kaur

XI Commerec Jagriti I
Pallavi IX Bacon Jyoti I
Neha X Bacon Jagriti II
Anmol X Bacon Kirti III
Diksha X Chaucer Shakti III
Vaani XI Medical Kirti Consolation

 

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara appreciated the exuberance & efforts of participants in general & applauded the winners in particular. She reminded of the fact that participating in the event itself is a great achievement as it reflects self-assurance & poise of an individual and helps to develop his/her personality.

On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the Green Knights and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The event proved to be a great learning experience for all the children. The position holders were applauded and were given prize by our school Principal.

 

An Inter Class Athletic Sports Meet

The World Athletic Day was celebrated in the school premises with great enthusiasm. On this day “An Inter Class Athletic Sports Meet” was conducted for the students of VI to VIII std. amidst great mirth, verve and camaraderie in the school premises to keep up with the soul of sportsmanship and to bring out the athlete in Green Knights. The main aim was to provide a great opportunity for students ‘to unite’, ‘rejoice’, ‘introduce’ and ‘represent’ themselves. Approximately 300 students participated in the customized and fun-filled track and field events.

"All work and no play make Jack a dull boy”, keeping it in view An Inter-Class Athletic Meet for the students of  VI to VIII std. was organized with euphoria and frolic in the school premises. The programme began with the welcome ceremony of the Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara. A melodious welcome song was rendered by the school choir. The Sports Meet was inaugurated by releasing balloons and beautifully decorated placard bearing the School’s name and motto by the Principal. The students of Middle- Section displayed a well-organized march past which mesmerized the audience.

Then, the much-awaited track and field events started. As the budding athletes of Green Land Convent School ran for the finishing line. The school campus reverberated with enthusiastic cheers from the spectators. The winners of different events i.e. 100m, 200m, 400m, shot-put, long jump, discuss, High Jump, 400 x100m Relay, were given medals and participation certificates. The entire atmosphere was charged with zeal and enthusiasm of the students.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, addressed the gathering and emphasized on the importance of sports in a child’s life. She was extremely happy and proud to see the performance of the students during the day. She further added that such activities at school level provide a good platform to showcase their hidden talent of the students. She said that sports give us a sense of discipline, respect for others and national pride. She praised the participants of the school and highlighted the necessity of the sportsmanship in a world riddled with rat races for glory.

Over all, it was a day filled with euphoria and frolic. An energizing equestrian display set the tone for the rest of the event. The day ended with the National Anthem.

 

Celebration of Labour Day

 ‘The International Labour Day’ with full zeal and aplomb to honour workers for their contribution towards making our lives easier. Green Knights celebrated the untiring services provided by the labourer’s in the school premises to express gratitude to the class IV employees working in the school.

‘It’s labour indeed that puts the difference to everything.’ keeping in view, a special morning assembly was organized for the students of the school in which they learnt about the importance of the day, reason behind the celebration of the day and origin of the day. Recital of melodious Prayer marked the beginning of the programme followed by the students highlighting the historical events that contributed to the emergence of labour rights and the significance of the day in the present time. The students thanked the helpers of the school by singing songs for their dedication and support. A Fancy-dress competition was held for tiny tots who came dressed up as community helpers and expressed their gratitude towards the School support staff and reiterated the fact that their contribution is an important aspect of their life. They gave beautiful handmade cards to maids, drivers, security guards and conductors which touched the heart of everyone.

Gleeful faces and streams of thank you cards all set to celebrate the unsung pillars of the School. Workers were overwhelmed watching the function and expressed their gratitude towards the school management, teachers and students for their endeavor.

The School Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, congratulated the school staff and thanked them for their selfless services. She also felicitated them for their commendable services.  In her address, she acknowledged the contributions of the work force of the school, and lauded their ceaseless efforts for the welfare of the students. She advised the staff members to spare some valuable time for themselves and play some games so that they get rejuvenated and remain positive and vibrant.

Overall, the ceremony came to a close with the recital of the National Anthem.

A Maths Quiz



 “A Math Maniac (A Maths Quiz)” was conducted for class X in the school premises  to improve the mental faculties of children, to test student’s knowledge in mathematics and fastness of their brains. The main aim of the competition was to help the students to think from a different perspective and also to make them more resourceful to develop academically.

“Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations, or algorithms: It is about understanding.”, keeping it in view, A Math Maniac Quiz was conducted for the Students of class X. The quiz was presented in an interactive manner and the students enthusiastically participated in it. It commenced with the declaration of the rules and regulations of the competition in front of the participants. There were ten teams in total and the quiz comprised of four rounds- Roman numeral round, Mental Maths round, Basic Mathematics operations and Identification of Mathematicians round.

The questions given in the quiz were not only appreciated by the teachers but also by the students. At the end of every round there was a question for audience that kept the interest alive among them. There was a tough challenge given by the houses to one another. After the neck to neck competition Neha Thakur, Muskan Sharma, Chinar Gupta, Ayushi grabbed the first position in Mathematics quiz. The program ended up with a motivational speech by the Principal.

Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, cited the “competition’’ as a “programme” that will help students to practice more and to improve their level of competitiveness. She inspired the students to participate in such competitions in future as well to keep their knowledge up-to-date. She congratulated the winners and awarded certificates to the winners.

On the whole, it was altogether a fruitful event for all. It was a great learning experience for the children as they enjoyed the quiz very much. The students participated with enthusiasm and zeal and tried their level best to win the quiz. 

 

Fun Filled Role Play

Role-Play competition for the students of Primary Wing was organized in the premises of school with great enthusiasm and fervour. The objective of this competition was to develop confidence and to promote the skills of effective Public speaking among the students.

“Children are great imitators, give them something great to imitate”, keeping it in view, A Role Play Competition based on the theme “My Family” was conducted for the students of standard II. It was really a fun filled and splendid event. All the actors for the role play put up their best show. The students portrayed themselves as father, mother, sister and brother, grandparents etc. with great conviction and confidence. It proved to be a great learning experience for all the children. The ideas were executed so well by the students and acting was superb.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara was highly impressed by the act, idea formulation and act execution by the students. She said that such competitions help the students to improve their communication skills and learn the new ways of presenting their thoughts. She applauded all the participants and awarded certificates to the winners. She also motivated them to be sincere and diligent in academics and activities to achieve success in all the spheres of life.

On the whole, the day proved to be a great learning experience for the little ones to showcase their potential and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The whole atmosphere was so spell binding and enthralling.

 

Blooming Toddler’s


Blooming Toddler’s Welcome Fiesta a Royal Theme Party was organized in the premises of school with great enthusiasm and fervour. Aiming to combine learning with fun and to develop confidence in the little ones by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of an audience. A carnival like atmosphere prevailed in the decorated campus.

In kids’ fashion show, the young rookie ‘models’ hit a high note of fashion showcasing a range of glittering and stylish attire. The gala event witnessed children walking the ramp exhibiting confidence and style. All pairs of eyes in the auditorium were glued to the bunch of ‘child’ models that mesmerized viewers with their remarkable performance. Children were dressed up as Cinderella, Snow White, Rapunzel, Elsa, Ben 10, Spiderman, Superman, Ironman, Captain America and many other beautiful characters. The tiny tots were given a chance to perform on the stage and were awarded with the title for their best costume and performance. 

The students were served snacks, juice, cupcake, Cookies, Muffin, Veg sandwich and snacks which they relished while tapping their feet at the conclusion of the event. The teachers were seen cheering and clapping for their little students who had put in so much effort to do their best.

The school Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara welcomed the tiny tots and applauded the excitement with which they took part in the function. She said that extra-curricular activities help the students to overcome their stage fear, bring out their inner talent, give them a platform to build their self-confidence and explore their inner strength. The dynamic show concluded with the encouraging words of the Principal who lauded the admiral performances of the tiny tots, parents and the teachers for the success of the event and awarded the title for their best costume and performance to the winners. 

On the whole, the competition proved to be a great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents and build self-confidence.

Ceremonial Hawan

To commemorate the new session a ‘Ceremonial Hawan’ was organized in the premises with religious zeal and fervour. The Havan, though a regular & routine feature of the school activities, was especially dedicated to seek blessings of Almighty for His Grace for a fulfilling session ahead.

The most revered, the Chairman cum Director of Chain of Green Land Schools – Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, President of the Trust Dr. Shabad Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust Mrs. Usha Rudhra and Dr. Vijayata, Director Green Land Schools were among the galaxy of dignitaries present on the occasion. The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara offered a floral welcome to the eminent guests. Students and teachers were also present with gleeful faces seeking the blessing and to be the part of this holy rites.

The ceremony started with soul striving rendering Bhajans followed by Havan with the chanting of Gayatri Mantra and offerings to the sacred fire. The learned priest, Sh. Ajay Vashisht chanted the sacred mantras to purify the environment, and later the students of Class XI and XII along with their teachers poured holy offerings into sanctified fire amidst the chanting of Vedic mantras. The fragrance of the ‘Samagri’ kindled the golden flames and spread the positive vibration and energy all around. Amidst hymns and chanting of Mantras, a message of peace, spirituality and harmony was spread among the young minds on this pious occasion.

Dr. Rajesh Rudhra exhorted students to value the blessings of good education and model themselves as righteous individuals and guided them to follow the principles of diligence, punctuality and discipline to achieve success in life. He further, blessed the children to be healthy, happy and successful in the coming years with positive energy flowing to fulfil the real purpose of the Havan.

In an enlightening address, The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, said that the auspicious ceremony was aimed at infusing a sense of devotion into the students and was conducted to introduce them to the righteous virtuous value system of the school. She emphasized upon the students the importance of following our traditions and embracing congruous new trends for a wholesome development. She encouraged one and all to carry forward the institution’s glorious legacy.

On the whole, the Havan was performed religiously under the divine fervour spirituality and concluded with an ‘Arti’ and Distribution of Prasad’. It was a moment of great joy and elation.

World Book Day

The “World Book Day” was organized in the premises of school on 23rd April 2019 with much enthusiasm. The students came together to appreciate reading. The main aim of World Book Day was to encourage children to explore the pleasures of books and reading by providing them with the opportunity to have a book of their own.

In context to the Book Day, ‘Book Mark Making Competition’ and ‘Slogan Writing Competition’ was held for classes IV-V, VI – VIII and IX – X and respectively. Words and pictures geared up everybody’s mind to give a deep thought about ‘Our Real Input’ in encouraging book reading. The children took part in various fun and creative reading and writing opportunities to really promote a love of books and of reading not just for pleasure but also for a purpose.

Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said, “Reading is an investment, which has great returns and books are our true friends. The magic of books has been there since time immemorial. She, further, encouraged the students to read as much as they can which will add magic to their lives. She thanked and appreciated the students and the staff members for all the hard work, creativity and enthusiastic support.

Overall, the competition proved to be a tough time setter for the activity in-charges to give ranks to the winners. It was an awaking activity where everyone had a very enjoyable day and has learnt about some new books which they’d like to read next. The event was very successful as everyone left the event with a promise to read more, to open our imagination and enhance knowledge. The event was a celebration of authors, books, characters, and reading along with various fun activities.

 

The Earth Day


The Earth Day was celebrated with much enthusiasm on 22nd April 2019 in the premises of school. The aim was to sensitize the students towards their role in addressing global environmental challenges at grass root level.

The school choir presented a mellifluous song on the occasion. A week long cleanliness drive ensured that the students neatly turned out their classrooms. The tiny tots collectively participated in doing the beautiful craft work based on Earth Day. They were made to communicate few lines and slogans conveying the message of keeping surroundings clean and in turn taking care of the Mother Earth. Role plays on how Mother Earth can be saved from global warming were enacted.

To mark this day and to emphasize upon the need to save trees, all the primary section children were involved in speaking slogans like ‘Save Earth’ and ‘Go Green’. Children also participated in creative activities like slogan writing, card making, poster making and poem writing displaying their artistic and linguistic skills while showcasing their awareness about conserving natural resources. Students and staff members took pledge during the occasion. The celebrations concluded with the National Anthem and the belief that the students would respect their natural inheritance and be good caretaker of their planet.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara in her address appreciated the efforts of young toddlers and added that we are fortunate to have born on Earth and reminded children of their responsibility towards “Mother Earth” and administered a pledge to protect and save our fast depleting natural resources. She motivated the students that we should join our hands together to save our mother Earth from the increasing environmental degradation and exhorted everybody to save flaura and fauna, soil and water from the unhealthy man made practices growing industrialisation and urbanisation.

On the whole , the Earth Day event had galvanized more students and parents than any other event Showing that more than ever people care are very concerned about global healing and environmental issues. The whole school was filled with heart warming and ecologically poignant artworks and displays done by students of various ages over the past month. These displays simultaneously brought big smiles and tears to the viewer’s eyes.

 

“Iam glad Iam me” a self –introductory activity




“Iam glad Iam me” a self –introductory activity was organized for the students of Class I. The day was observed with an aim to promote the skills of effective Public speaking.  

 "It is important to know yourself before you know the world", keeping it in view, a self-introduction competition “I am glad I am me!” was organized for the student of class I to enhance their oratory skills. Some of the participants spoke very confidently.  Others were motivated by the teachers and tried their level best.  The children felt on top of the world when they spoke about their school, family and hobbies.  Their attempt to hold the mic developed their socio emotional skills as well.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that such competitions help the students to improve their communication skills and learn the new ways of presenting their thoughts. She applauded all the participants and awarded certificates to the winners. She also motivated them to be sincere and diligent in academics and activities to achieve success in all the spheres of life. She was highly impressed by the act, idea formulation and act execution by the students on the topics given to them.

On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the little ones and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The event proved that the students can very well introduce themselves to the world.

 

Baisakhi Celebration


Baisakhi – the festival of harvest was celebrated with traditional fervour and gaiety and great enthusiasm in the premises of school. To mark the importance of this day, the school was dolled up and festooned with Baisakhi  theme and a grand celebration. The whole school came alive with a brilliant activities organized for the students.

The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through recital of prayer. A special assembly was organized where the students presented vibrant and colorful programs depicting the festival, followed by speeches paying tributes to martyrs of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre saluting all the martyrs who lost their lives when thousands of unarmed men, women and children were killed by the British army on the orders of General Dyer.

On this day many activities and competitions were held in the school. ‘Squash Making Activity’ was held for the students of Pre-Primary and I Std. The toddlers, actively participated in squash making activity and set the mood for the festival celebrations. The Students of primary section presented folk songs an an ‘Inter House Singing Competition’ was organized for classes II-V. The students of middle section enthusiastically participated in group dance competition. Students attired in pretty Punjabi suits with glittering dupattas looked awesome. The presentation of Punjabi song was quite mesmerizing and reminded the audience about the great heritage and culture of Punjab. A vibrant & enthralling performance of Bhangra and Giddha fascinated the audience. The hall echoed with loud music and clapping by the audience. These engaging and fun filled activities were planned in such a manner that students went home feeling confident, connected to each other, and as a deeply valued member of our school community.

A small animated video on the festival was shown to the students. They were also made aware of the importance of this festival by showcasing the Punjabi culture. The purpose was to make the students aware about the historical background, significance and relevance of Baisakhi celebrations. The students were also told about various aspects of rural Punjab, its cultural heritage through tableaux showing the sowing, ploughing, harvesting, winnowing and gathering of crop.

Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, apprised everyone of the importance of the festival. She also threw light on the religious and historical importance of the festival .She, further, motivated the students to celebrate all festivals with great enthusiasm and energy and respect to promote harmony and brotherhood throughout the world. She acknowledged and appreciated all the students for giving such scintillating and vivacious performances.

As a whole, keeping up the tradition, the students and teachers celebrated Baisakhi in a colorful and cheerful manner. As Baisakhi is a festival of joy and celebrations, students enjoyed it in the same way. The day was full of joyous and learning for children. The entire school campus was immersed in the spirit of festivity.

World Heritage Day

The ‘World Heritage Day’ was celebrated in the premises of school with cultural and traditional fervor, gaiety and great enthusiasm. An informative and entertaining presentation on the heritage was organized to mark the importance of preserving world this day; the school was dolled up and festooned with cultural theme and grand celebrations. The whole school came alive with a brilliant cultural activities organized for the students.

A special assembly was organized to mark the importance of world heritage day. The students of Grade II to V presented trivial activities based on the development of our culture in the morning assembly, to enkindle and induce love for our country’s heritage, thus giving it a special discourse. This day was celebrated for conservation of our boundless heritage so that our generation can comprehend its importance & history and pass it on as an honor to the next generation. Several competitions were organized for the students of Std. II to V on the topic ‘Cultural Games of Punjab’. The main attractions of the day were games like Gilli Danda, Bantey, Stapu, Poshampa, Geete, Pithu Garam etc. Students participated in it with utmost enthusiasm and zeal. Vigorous participation of all students was seen in the competitions.

The students learned that heritage refers to practices that are passed down through the years, from one generation to the next which includes culture, tradition, clothing, flora, fauna and also historical monuments. This special day offered an opportunity to raise awareness about the diversity of cultural heritage and the efforts that are required to protect and conserve it. The students of the Middle school thoroughly enjoyed the skit, poetry recitation and dance performance which showcased the talents of our sprightly fifth graders!

Our Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara motivated and advised the students to preserve and conserve the monuments and cultural heritage of India. As these monuments are the foretellers of the past. She encouraged the students to celebrate their cultural traditions in the wide context of the great diversity of cultures and beliefs that make up the world and nation. She further motivated the students to actively participate in sports and games.

On the whole, the celebrations were marked as an endeavor to sensitize the children about the rich culture and heritage of India. A blend of various performances depicted culture of Punjab and showcased the talent of children. Students enthralled the audience with their alluring performance. It was a delight to watch the enthralling show of folk games of Punjab where students displayed their potential to win.

 

Ambedkar Jayanti



A homage was paid homage to Dr. B.R. Ambedkar on the auspicious occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti. It was celebrated to mark the birthday of Babasaheb Ambedkar, an Indian jurist, politician, philosopher, anthropologist, historian and economist who was also the principal architect of the Constitution of India.

A special assembly was conducted to commemorate his teachings and works by the Green Knights. Recitation of a soulful shabad marked the beginning of the function on a religious note. The contributions of Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar were recalled by all through an informative speech. Important incidents from his life were narrated to students for inculcating good values among them.

The achievements and contributions of Dr. Ambedkar were highlighted and emphasis was laid on his writing a vase and lengthiest Constitution of the world. His contributions to the uplift of lower caste people were also highlighted. Primary children, recited a few lines on his life history. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem, where all the students and teachers sang with honor and pride!

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara and the students paid floral tribute to the great legend of India on his birth anniversary. She explained the impact and significance Baba Saheb had during his times. She further, motivated the students to follow Dr. Ambedkar’s footsteps and inculcate his values in their lives to achieve their aim and uplift society.

On the whole the day echoed with the immense contribution of pioneer of our motherland. The students paid tribute to their great leader and the ‘Architect of the Indian Constitution’. They learnt that life should be great rather than long. The students dedicated their heart and soul to make it a huge success.

A Day in the Garden of Joy


Keeping in view the all-round development of the students, school conducted “A Day in the Garden of Joy” for the tiny tots of Kindergarten wing. Teaching does not need to be limited to textbooks and blackboards. With fun activities for kids, learning in school becomes an interesting and enjoyable exercise.

The tiny tots of Pre Nursery to Kg Wing enjoyed a day in the garden comprising a day packed with fun activities. This ice breaking activity included Bouncy, Toy train, Ferris wheel and other games. Students also tried learning colours names through 3 D Bowling Games. Tiny tots of KG Wing had their lunch in the garden in the company of nature. Mouthwatering snacks along with a gift for every child was the icing on the cake. Kindergarten students were keenly involved in different activities and also made a take away art and craft.

A super fun activity named color match cars painting  that involved creating wheel patterns from cars with paint while matching and learning about colours. Children drove the cars through the paint towards the matching colours. As colours are everywhere and it was a wonderful experience for children to see how colours mix and form other colours. In the gathering, the students had mix of emotions, some shy, and rest excited.

The School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that such activities assist the children to be extrovert. Even the shyest students too participated with other students in such a convenient and child friendly learning environment. The students experienced nature and its benevolence in order to be kind and affectionate. She appreciated the students with their precious pearls of encouragement. She wished good luck to all tiny tots for their future endeavors.

On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the little ones and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The students  enjoyed the activity and went back full of praise. The smiles on the students’ faces were a proof of the grand success of the Fun day.

National Karate Championship


Our school broke a ceiling in the National Karate Championship by giving a scintillating performance held at Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, organized by International Sports Council Inc. (Canada). Sourav Deep Singh Walia, the school student bagged third position in 55 kg weight category in National Karate championship.

After winning National Karate Competition with the glorious and outstanding achievement, he was in high spirit. He said it was a tough competition and with the blessings of Almighty he made the parents and school proud. The lad brought laurels by winning a third position in Kumite (fight).The winner of the competition thanked the Principal, the teachers and his coach for their support and was excited to get the reward of his hard work.

Jubilant with the victory, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winner and his mentor for their commendable performance. She emphasized that such notable performances aid platform for the other budding stars to bloom.  She said that the games are organized from time to time in the school to encourage children to be well-educated for physical fitness and sports. She said that sports have special significance in today's time. She showered her blessings on Sourav Deep Singh Walia and inspired the students to bring more glory and fame to their parents and school. She also highlighted that it is from this tender age the children can be molded and motivated and such competitions are a stepping stone to future success.

On the whole, it was a great success and the standards set by the student was high. It was a proud moment for all Green Knights.

Celebration of World Health Day

The World Health Day was celebrated in the premises with varieties of participatory activities involving school children to draw their attention towards the importance of global health.

Various activities based on the theme “Verbal presentation on World Health Day” was accomplished in the form of drawing competitions and speeches. The pupils were encouraged to undertake the activities. A Talk on Food &Health was delivered in the morning assembly which reinforced the importance of balanced diet and food safety. An Art Competition was conducted for students in different groups. Vegetable drawing and painting activities were organized for the tiny tots of Pre- Primary Wing .The pupils with best presentations from each grade were awarded in order to boost them.

Thereafter, a yoga camp was organized for the students of Primary Wing. A well-developed involvement of pupils was discerned. Pupils from II to V grade, showed intense and eagerness and enjoyment in conducting the yoga asana and gave marvelous performance.

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara paid a call on to all the grades and persuaded the children for their engagement at a large scale. She said that the school has always stood by the cause of social regeneration. Addressing the assembly, she recognized the full worth of their presentations and motivated them for always being conscious for their health. She said that students must follow good healthy habits like eating nutritious food and do the physical activity every day. All must take care of personal hygiene and cleanliness of their neighbourhood. Then only one can lead a healthy style.

On the whole, this day was observed to mark the founding of WHO. It was a unique experience to come together for one day to promote actions that can improve our health. The students celebrated it with great aplomb by enhancing awareness about it.At the end of the day the students understood to enjoy the glow of good health, exercise and a balanced meal.

 

The new session of the school starts from 4thApril 2019

The new session of the school starts from 4thApril 2019.The teachers welcomed all the students on the commencement of the new session 2019-20.

The beginning of the session was marked with a lot of excitement and enthusiasm among the students. After the examination fever, it was the time to enter the school with new energy and fresh new vibes. Armed with brand new bags, uniform and stationery, students entered the school with mixed feelings of excitement and fear. Students grabbed their backpacks and sported their newest back-to-school outfits.

The day started with soul striving rendering prayer. Excitement and enthusiasm was at high among the students where there was an eagerness to meet the friends as well as admission to the new level. The classes were beautifully decorated and filled the students with pride.  The day was filled with fun activities for the students preparing them for new challenges and exciting opportunities that the new session brings.

The class in charges welcomed the students with a tilak, welcome notes, stationery etc. as a token of love.  Initially, the students settled down in their new classes and met their new teachers which was followed by a walk through with various facilities and sections designed for various activities which includes activity zone, library, art & craft, music room, dance room and play area. Most of their time was spent in playing, solving puzzles, enjoying on swings, taking nature walk, clay modeling, storytelling, coloring and painting and exploring activity zone. Entire faculty members helped kids to get adjusted and be comfortable in the school environment.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that a good beginning makes a big difference. She congratulated the students on graduating to higher classes. She wished all students of Green Land family- a fun filled session ahead. She further said that one should make sure to begin this academic year with new hopes and positive mindset to make it brighter chapter in the school life full of knowledge and learning.

As a whole, the day was full of fun and excitement. Everyone had a great day!

 

The result for the session 2018-19 from Pre. Nsy to VIII.




The result for the session 2018-19 was declared in the school on 2nd April 2019 from Pre. Nsy to VIII .The school bore a festive look as the school premises was all aglow with the cheerful and exalted mood on the declaration of annual result of the students. “A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work.” This statement is aptly proved by the Greenknights. A little progress each day adds up to big results. And here comes the big day for Greenknights. It is the time that is awaited the most by students and their parents alike, the time that affirms their faith in hard work shapes their dreams into reality and motivates them to set higher goals.

As every coin has two sides, some students looked nervous yet excited about their result.  The school bore a festive look to make the students feel special as it was the most important day of their life. Various charts, slogans and display were prepared for the students. A selfie corner was prepared for the students to capture the memories of their annual result. The students and parents looked very jubliant on this day.
The school staff welcomed the kindergarten wing parents and students to receive their progress report and many teachers greeted them in children’s favourite cartoon characters. The school premises buzzed with giggling sounds of tiny tots who were very excited to see Chotta Bheem and Doremon in their school. They enjoyed talking to them and sharing sweets. They were very happy to receive their result in a very unique style.

Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, the Revered Chairman of Chain of Green Land School congratulated the students for their superb accomplishment in the annual result.  He stimulated the students to toil in the same manner to reach the zenith of success and let their country be proud of them. He also appreciated the painstaking efforts taken by the students and staff members.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara heartily applauded all the students who have shown excellence in academics over the year and have got through final exams with flying colors. She motivated the students to make hard work key ingredient of their life and achieve their goals and shine in the future. She further wished the students to get plentiful opportunities to expand their knowledge and groom their skills in the forthcoming session that commences from April 4, 2019!

Over all, it was the most exciting day of the academic year, the day on which the heart beat the fastest. The school premises were charged with excitement, vigor and happiness on stupendous performance of students in class their annual result. An overflow of zeal and fervor swamped in the entire campus.

 

Teacher Training Workshop




A one day 'Teacher Training Workshop' of Cambridge English Language Assessment was organized in the school to develop the teaching learning strategies to train students for Young Learners Exam, Key and Preliminary English Test and for the First and Advanced Certificate of English from Cambridge, U.K.

This seminar offered school teachers the opportunity to understand the complexities of English language acquisition and delves into ways and means to overcome these challenges. It offered a variety of methods to facilitate English language learning through a communicative approach and links these methods to Cambridge English exams. The aim of the seminar was to introduce English as a skill and highlight how Cambridge English can contribute to acquiring this.

The workshop began with a very creative introductory session. It was an enjoyable ice-breaking exercise and it was observed that teachers were quite engrossed in the exercise. This was followed by a deliberation on the Cambridge exam pattern and an introduction to the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR).The workshop was further divided into four parts. Each part focused on one of the four skills: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking. Teacher Support Programme was designed to introduce teachers to the Cambridge English exams. This included information about the format of each question paper and classroom activities.

The workshop provided a comprehensive range of professional development and resources for teachers in their professional journey. It was a learning experience, as it helped the teachers to adopt various techniques to make the teaching and learning process more effectively. It also encouraged the teachers to reflect on and take greater responsibility for their teaching as a facilitator and to become more innovative in their classroom practice.

The session triggered a profusion of engrossment and gusto among the teachers with a considerable focus on activity based teaching so that students develop greater interest in language competence and do really well in exams. The teachers who attended were exceptional in their desire to explore and engage with suggested approaches to the teaching and utilization of exam focused techniques. The teacher involvement produced intense and detailed discussion with animated practice.

Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara thanked the resource persons with a souvenir and shared her belief that this initiative of Cambridge U.K would definitely enhance teaching competencies of the teachers. She said that supporting teachers in their professional development leads to improve outcomes for learners and these training workshops provide hands on experience for teachers under the guidance of experienced facilitators. She appreciated the untiring efforts of the trainers to guide the teachers and also congratulated all the participants on successfully completing the training.

To sum up, it was a well thought-out, well – conducted and informative workshop. It was a very interactive, engaging and an insightful session. The workshop was praised and applauded by everyone present and it paved the path further for excellence and hard work. It helped teachers prepare for a lifetime of success in the classroom.

 

Holi Festival



Holi – the festival of colours was celebrated in the school premises with religious fervor and enthusiasm. It was a beautiful spring day when the pre-primary wing and the staff got together in the school premises to celebrate the festival.

The staff and the tiny tots applied “Abeer” and “Gulal” on each other’s face. Our school experienced a true explosion of colours and children had a great time. This kind of activity helps children to understand the importance of rich Indian culture and heritage of India. On this occasion a painting competition was organized for the tiny tots of  K.G. Wing. The whole atmosphere was filled with joy and excitement. The students applied tilak on the forehead of the parents. To enhance the pleasure of celebration and teach them the real importance of this colourful festival, the teachers told the students that this festival marks the victory of good over evil through the story of king Hiranakashyap and his son Prahlad.

The function was celebrated with a special morning assembly the students were given demonstrations regarding this festival and made aware about World Water Day through speech. A Hand Painting Activity was organized where blooming buds of the pre-primary wing painted their hands and gave impressions to their teachers as a memory.

The Principal of the School, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, greeted the students and added that this colourful festival, being a symbol of love and merriment, gives an opportunity to connect with our dear ones and provides a chance to live a fresh and vibrant life. She, moreover, emphasized that, this Holi, we should add colour not only to our celebrations but to the world around us by saving water on the occasion of  Holi and World Water Day. She wished the management, staff students and parents a safe and colourful Holi.

The facilitators along with the students enjoyed the festival by playing colours with each other. In the end, the colours were distributed among the children to play Holi.
On the whole the festival of fun excitement haulted with loads of joy and happiness sparkling on the faces of everyone.

National Science Day

National Science Day was celebrated in the school premises to commemorate the invention of ‘The Raman Effect’ by the Veteran Indian Physicist, Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman. It is celebrated every year to widely spread a message about the importance of science used in the daily life of the people and to discuss all the issues and implement new technologies for the development in the field of science.

A number of activities were organized in the school on this day. In the morning assembly students gave speeches on the History and Importance of the National Science Day. The celebrations included screening of science movies to foster joyful learning among students. A Power Point Presentation was shown to students as it covered the theme of National Science Day 2019 ‘Science For  The People And The People For The Science’. The main aim was to provide a scientific temper in the minds of youngsters to spread the message of the importance of science and its application in the daily life of people.

While addressing to the students, Principal of the school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara enlightened the students about the importance of this day. She motivated the students on the general aspects of science and its application to technology and product development. She exhorted the students to cultivate a scientific temper in their day-to-day lives and follow principles of hygienic living. She said we all should take a pledge to abide by the theme to use science for building nation and not for destruction.

On the whole National Science Day was celebrated to raise awareness among youngsters about development in science field. 

 

A Great Hero-Indian Air Force (IAF) Pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman.




All the staff members and students of the school expressed their happiness for the home back of A Great Hero-Indian Air Force (IAF) Pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman. We all are proud of his courage and sense of duty and his exemplary courage. We all appreciate his valour and grit. He held his calm in the face of adversity. He is an inspiration for our students as he gives a great message to everyone to always ready to sacrifice their lives for the motherland.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara was elated to see the spirit of students for their love for the real hero of the country. She really admired the zeal of students to be happy for the IAF officer Abhinandan to come back home without any injury and setting an example for millions of youth for our country.

Mother Tongue Day




“A special kind of beauty exists which is born in language, of language, and for language”
by Gaston Bachelard.

Matribhasha Diwas (Mother Tongue Day) was celebrated in the school by organizing day-long activities in two languages –Mother Tongue Hindi and Regional Language Punjabi. The objective behind celebrating this day was to promote linguistic & cultural diversity, to highlight the important role of languages that play in preserving and developing our heritage.

Students from Classes I to VIII impressively showed their writing skills by Sulekh Writing in Hindi and Gurmukhi Writing in Punjabi. Some of the highlighting activities like writing name of teachers, name of members in the family motivated the students to enhance their basic neatness in writing and they explore their language knowledge with different hues and flavors. The participants very enthusiastically participated. This activity was mainly to encourage the students to learn basic language skills in mother tongue. It was a pleasant sight to watch those tiny hands working with their pencils and erasers to create a letter as beautiful as they could and recall all spellings and styles require to write in mother tongue and regional language.

Addressing the students, the revered Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara praised and applauded the efforts of the students. She appreciated the students with their precious pearls of encouragement. She advised the children to use the pure form of the language rather than “Hinglish” and develop an interest in our rich culture by reading and writing more for pleasure. Further she said that we are living in that nation which is blessed with many regional languages. It was a day when we bow to the love for our mother tongues. We should proudly say “Hindi hain ham watan hai Hindustaan hamaaraa”, irrespective of the languages that we speak and irrespective of the place we hail from.

On the whole, languages connect us and break down barriers when we unite to nurture the best in us and help each other succeed. Happy Mother Tongue Day!”

 

Handwriting and Calligraphy Competition

“Our handwriting style depicts our personality traits”

An English Calligraphy and Handwriting Competition was conducted in the school in order to improve presentation skills and to inculcate habit of good handwriting among students. All students from Class I to VIII participated in this competition with great enthusiasm and showed excellent creativity through their writing skills.

The aim of the competition was to encourage the students to write neatly and present the content in proper manner. In this competition, all students exhibited their writing skills in different forms of calligraphy like Old English, Humming Bird. The assessment was done by a selected panel of teachers on the basis of writing style, curves and patterns, legibility and neatness, beautification etc.

This event was held in view of the changing ways of communication due to growing interest in computers. In the era of technology, handwriting skills have been forgotten these days. So to overcome these problems this competition is regularly done in the school premises.

At the end of the competition, the results were announced by the school Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara and she appreciated all participants’ spirit of learning and congratulated the winners. She said that the adolescents of today should be encouraged to write properly and for this, such type competitions turn out to be very meaningful for the students. Since calligraphy not only improves writing skills but also teaches students about their unique structure and the beauty of the language.

 

Guru Ravidas Jayanti


The staff and the students of the school paid obeisance to ‘Guru Ravidas Ji’ on his  birth anniversary. On this auspicious day insightful teachings of Guru Ravidas have been framed in the form of shabads and bhajans, which make the whole environment religious and pious. The students also delivered speeches on the life history of Guru Ravidas Ji, his contributions and teachings.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, paid floral tribute to Sant Ravidas Ji. She described Him as a social religious reformer, a philosopher and Theosphist. She said that Guru Ravidas Ji was one of those great saints who contributed in a big way in removal of the ills of the society. He propagated society to come out of shackles of caste, creed and colour which sets the path of ideal and virtuous living, universal humanism and the oneness of mankind. His pure thoughts and ideals have a profound impact on society. She further added that like Guru Ji we all should live a life of simplicity and piety. If we follow His teachings sincerely we can build a better world.

Pay Homage to CRPF




The staff and students of the School paid homage to Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnels who died in suicide bomb attack at Lethpora in Pulwama by the militants on their convoy. A special morning assembly was organized in the school where all the students and staff members observed silence prayer to pay tribute to these pious souls. All were in mourning and their eyes were moist when children sang "Aye Mere Watan Ke Logo” to remember the sacrifice of our brave heroes. Further, the slogans against terrorism were raised by the students in the assembly. All staff members paid their heartfelt condolences tobrave-heart HEROES, who gave their lives.May their holy souls rest in peace and May God give strength to all their loved ones left behind.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti  Sachdev Pujara  requested the students to be  brave and remain patient against the cowardice act of terrorists. She said that we as responsible citizens should always ready to face such challenges and always condemn this type of attacks on our brave heroes. Further she added that our India is a peace loving and secular country and inspires the students to take a pledge to make this world a better place for all.She paid her deepest condolence for the families of martyrs and prayed God to give them strength to overcome this difficult time. They are the heroes and may all remember their sacrifice.

Intra Class Spell Bee

If you are not willing to learn, no one can help you.
If you are determined to learn, no one can stop you.

An Intra Class Spell Bee was organized in the school for the students of Classes KG to V, aimed to improve their spellings, to  increase their vocabularies, to learn new concepts , to develop correct English usage and to add new words to the active vocabulary of the students. The tiny tots participated with great enthusiasm and dueled through the toughest words to prove their mettle. A thorough orientation was done by the mentors before the event in the format of learning cum fun filled competition.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara admired competitive spirit of the students and also commended them on their level of interest and enthusiasm sportsmanship. While addressing to the students, she said that such types of competitions make students aware of the using new spellings in their day to day life and the usage of many unfamiliar words. It serves two educational purposes. One, as a platform that inspires students to showcase their improved skills. And two, as an instrument that hones their command over their language. It was a wonderful learning experience for all the little ones and served to enrich and encouraged them to learn new words. The winners were felicitated with the merit certificates.

Birthday of Param Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj




The Birth Anniversary of Hazoor Maharaj Param Sant Kirpal Singh Ji was celebrated with great devotion and zeal. The main motive to celebrate this day was to impart the values, morals, principles and teachings of the great Guru among the students. The festive event commemorated by paying obeisance to the holy spirit with Shabad enchantings by school choir, which empowered the gathering and ambience with religious essence. Everyone was engrossed with heart and soul during Shabad Kirtan. Speech by teachers and students acknowledged the gathering with the eventful life of divine soul Param Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj and his teachings inculcating the feeling of brotherhood, humanity and a firm belief in Almighty.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara directed the students that they should imbibe his teachings and try to reform themselves for the sake of humanity and to attain eternity. She added that the aura of our spiritual Guru is all around us, showering His blessings and mentoring our path generously. We don’t get such love and affection anywhere else which we feel here. She also titled Him as the living master, a spiritual, illustrious, leader, mystic poet and humanitarian who wrote an extensive collection of books on spirituality.

Conclusively the celebration of Hazoor Maharaj Param Sant Kirpal Singh Ji’s birthday filled the tenor with spirituality.

 

Basant Panchami





Basant Panchami , the festival marking the start of spring and Holi Seasons was celebrated in the school with religious fervor. The ambience was filled with jubilation.The children arrived dressed in radiant shades of yellow, which is both the colour of Spring and that associated with Goddess Saraswati, the goddess of learning who is worshipped on the occasion. The spring of joy took over when a prayer ceremony worshipping Goddess Saraswati was led by offerings of spring flowers by all the students & staff of the school and distribution of Prasad amongst all.

A special assembly was held on this day. It started with the children and teachers singing ‘Saraswati Vandana’. This was followed by a presentation on the various aspects of the festival. Children carried their books with them to attain the blessings of ‘Maa Saraswati’. They also learnt about the importance of showing respect to books as they are repositories of wisdom and knowledge. The assembly concluded with an inspirational song which was sung by the students.

To make it a joyful day, Pre-primary wing of the school buzzed with various activities. Dal Pasting Activity was organized for tiny tots. The students of K.G. wing sought blessings from the Goddess of Knowledge. Yellow gaudy costumes and traditional jewellery worn by tiny tots caught the eyes of the beholders. Students enjoyed ‘Yellow Day’ as it signifies cheerfulness, wisdom, auspiciousness and intellectuality, is a symbol of spring. Students brought a delicious savoury yellow in their tiffin as well and enjoyed their nutrimeal while dining together.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara motivated the students to be progressive learners, setting big goals and putting dedicated efforts as a promising and flourishing human harvest. She said that the festival signifies the happiness and comes to brighten up our lives and bless us with the joys that last throughout the year. She also emphasized on maximum plantation for healthy environment.

 

Farewell Shin-Dig






The 'Farewell Shin-Dig' for  the outgoing class XII batch of 2018-19 was organised in the school with full fervour and vigour. The luminaries who adorned the occasion were Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Smt. Usha Rudhra, General Secretary of School Trust, the Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara & other eminent guests along with the staff members. The evening was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments. It was a day of mixed emotions of  happiness and sorrow for the students as well as for the teachers to bid goodbye and official send of.  

 The function commenced with the auspicious lighting of the sacred lamp. The students were welcomed traditionally by applying ‘Tilak’. The programme was painstakingly arranged by class XI students as they wanted to make this occasion a truly memorable for their seniors.  The highlight of the function was the beautiful cultural presentation. The students put forth a mix of scintillating dance performances, entertaining theatre, melodious songs and pulsating music that rocked everyone.

The members of the Head Council delivered speeches expressing gratitude to their mentors and teachers for their invaluable contribution in making the journey a memorable one. Rajveer and Ridhima of Class XI in their speech wished good luck to their seniors for their future endeavours and be successful in all fields.

A special cultural programme showcased the multiple talents of class XI students. The jesting comical Choreography presenting anxiety of board exams filled everyone’s heart with humour. A mesmerizing duet dance performance by Manish and Prayatan aptly set the momentum for the other stage performances. The pick of the day was the Bhangra event, where both juniors and seniors enthralled the gathering with their rhythmic dance steps.

Class XII students grew sentimental and emotional as they recalled their happy memories of more than 10 long years in the school. They thanked their mentors and gave a token of gratitude to their Honourable Chairman, the Principal and teachers for helping them find their purpose in life with a promise to come back to their Alma Mater.

The Chairman of Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated everyone for this gala day and showered his blessings on the students and said that the efforts, determination and confidence in students are appreciable. He extended his good wishes to them for a bright, successful and prosperous future and to perform well in the Board exams. He said that he look forward to see an IAS, IPS, IRS, IFS officers among the students and will reward him/her Rs. 11 Lakhs to honour in bringing the name of the parents and school high.

While addressing to the students, The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara blessed the outgoing batch and appreciated their efforts for enthusiastically participating in varied competitions raising the level of perfection. She wished them good luck to make a mark in the world outside, carrying forth the school motto of 'Be Good, Do Good, Be one.'

The students enjoyed the scintillating cultural treat. After the cultural programme, everyone assembled in the hall for refreshments and dance. The students danced to their heart’s content to the music belted out by the DJ.  Many were seen clicking pictures of friends and teachers – capturing memories of school forever.

The students at this threshold of new beginnings greeted one another with their glittering eyes, sunny smiles and warm hugs.

Thus ended a beautiful evening marked with both happiness and sorrow.

LSSC Solo Singing


“Words make you think. Music makes you feel. A song makes you feel a thought.”

Palak Thakur the student of class VIII emerged victorious by bringing  Third position in Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) - Solo Singing Competition. She sang melodious Punjabi Folk Song and was exuberant on her success. Palak said that music is her passion and she every day practises as dreams to be an Indian Idol.  Her sincere efforts and participation give wings to her dreams.

The Principal of the revered school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated her and other participants also. She appreciated all the students for the stupendous efforts and their talents. She inspired them to keep on attaining laurels in future as well.

Martyrs' day of Mahatma Gandhi Ji



Martyrs’ Day was observed on 30th January, 2019 in the school to pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi-The Father Of Nation and to honour the soliders who sacrificed their life defending the sovereignty of the nation. The Morning Assembly started by paying homage to Mahatma Gandhi followed by his favourite prayer song “Hey Ram”. The inspirational thoughts of Gandhi reverberated in the assembly. Poems to motivate the young generation were recited by the students.

The students and staff also observed silence prayer to pay tribute for the Father of the Nation. A Short Documentary Movie on the life of Mahatma Gandhi was shown which presented his trials and tribulations and relentless efforts in the Indian Freedom Struggle.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara paid homage to Gandhi Ji and other martyrs who fought for the freedom, glory, welfare and progress of our nation. She gave a message on the principles of Bapuji and added that this day is chosen to honour our brave martyrs who laid their lives for the country and we can never forget the contribution of our brave leaders who braced the storm of the British Raj and ushered in the dawn of freedom. Further she stressed on the need for values in the present scenario and inspire the students to take a pledge to make this world a better place for all.

The assembly concluded with the soul stirring and motivational song “Ae mere watan ke logo”, sung with passion by the students.

Lala Lajpat Rai



The Birth Anniversary of ‘Lala Lajpat Rai’, the great freedom fighter of our country was celebrated on 28th January, 2019 in the school. The main motive to celebrate this day was to remind the students about his sacrifice while sustaining serious injuries in leading non-violent protest against the Simon Commission in 1928.

On this day, the school organised a special assembly. Inspirational speeches were conducted by the students and teachers narrating the significance of the day. The students were told that Lala Lajpat Rai was given the title of ‘The Lion of Punjab’ and he was one of the three extremist members of the Indian National Congress who sacrificed their lives for the independence of the country. Besides a freedom fighter, he was a prolific writer.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara explained the main teachings of Lala Lajpat Rai. She added that he played a pivotal role in the Indian Independence movement and he was popularly known as Punjab Kesari. She told that we should follow the path of righteousness and should always be ready to sacrifice our lives for the welfare of mankind. She also focused on how the teachings and way of living of freedom fighters could still help in solving present day problems occurring in our country. She also mentioned the books written by Lala Lajpat Rai such as ‘History of Arya Samaj’ and ‘Swaraj and Social Change’.

On the whole the atmosphere was patriotic and blissful everywhere.

National Voter's Day



National Voter’s Day was celebrated on 25th January, 2019 in the school with great fervor and enthusiasm. It is celebrated every year to spread awareness about the necessity of voting and to encourage young generation towards the voting rights. It is a day to celebrate the right to vote and vibrant democracy of India. The celebration started with the speeches and recitation of poems with the theme of  ‘Relevance and significance of Right to Vote’ and ‘Can Right to Vote leads to good governance?’.

While addressing to the students, Principal of the school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara enlightened the students about the importance of this day. She stressed that voting was the way of expression of opinion and brings change for the better. She added that this day aims at increasing the enrolment of voters, especially to encourage participation of newly eligible young voters and ensure universal adult franchise. She motivated the students to pass on this message to all the adults in their families and neigbourhood to always cast their vote being unbiased.

On the whole National Voters Day was celebrated to raise awareness among youngsters about their rights. 

On the whole the atmosphere was patriotic and blissful everywhere.

Neta Ji Subhash Chandra Bose





To instill dedication, sincerity and fighting spirit among students, Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana paid tribute to our Charismatic leader Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. The day was celebrated as‘Des Prem Diwas’.

On this occasion, Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, staff members and the students offered floral tribute to the great soul of our nation Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. As a mark of tribute, a  special assembly was organized by the students which comprised of thoughts and teachings of Netaji.  A speech on the life and achievements of Netaji was delivered. Slogans like “Freedom is not given, it is taken” and “You give me blood and I will give you Independence!” reminded about his great sacrifice for the freedom of our country.

During this patriotic day, tiny tots from Kindergarten came dressed up in Netaji’s attire and represented “Desh Prem Divas” in order to re-memorize his great sacrifice towards the country. They were all thrilled and excited while they replicated one of the legendary figure on the stage.They sang patriotic rhymes and attributed the illustrious leaders as great patriots and men of action.

The revered Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara salute Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on his 122nd birth anniversary. She added that his valour played a major role in freeing India from colonialism and he was a great intellectual who always thought about the interests & well being of the marginalised sections of society.  She also extorted the students to always remember the great leaders who fought for our freedom and recognize their contribution.

Thus, the event was a successful in inculcating the feeling of patriotism, leadership, promises and hope among students.

 

71st Army Day Celebrated





Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated 71st Army Day with fervour and pride in the school premises. The day was celebrated on January 15 to commemorate the day when Lieutenant General KM Cariappa took over General Sir Francis Butcher as Commander-in-Chief of India on January 1949.

A special peace assembly was organised for tiny tots. Each one of them introduced themselves in terms of nation, culture and heritage. The students brought their presentation to a harmonious end by holding hands as one to the song, "We are the world, We are the children". The assembly was successful in striking a chord among all present deepening the realization that our biggest identity is in being human. Students of primary wing paid their tribute to the gallant Indian Army through various activities like power point presentations, rhymes and poster makings. Students of Kindergarten were dressed in a soldier attire and recited lovely Patriotic and Peaceful poems. Every student felt proud to have had the opportunity to show our gratitude to the Indian Army – men who, willingly and selflessly, are always ready to sacrifice their lives for the country and serve us with a smile.

The principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara urged students to come united for peace, to fight against terrorism and stand altogether for the safety of mankind as it is the high time for generation should be made aware regarding respect for fellow beings despite of caste, creed, sex & colour. The day has been marked to memorize the daring and bold Indian soldiers who lost their lives while protecting their nation.

 

Birth Anniversary of 10th Guru of Sikhs ‘Guru Gobind Singh Ji’



Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the Birth Anniversary of 10th Guru of Sikhs ‘Guru Gobind Singh Ji’, with great zeal and enthusiasm. The main motive to celebrate this day was to assert the values, morals, principles and teachings of Guru Gobind Singh Ji.

The pious day commemorated with obeisance to the holy soul & Shabad Gayan by the students of the school. Life history of Guru Ji was narrated on this occasion. Little ones of Primary wing acted as ‘Panj Pyaras’. It was really a wonderful and appreciable efforts made by the students. Students were entreated with speeches given by teachers and fellow students. The atmosphere was devotional and blissful everywhere. Shabad Kirtan was performed by the senior students who filled the essence of Naam Ras in the entire sangat. The students were fascinated to learn how the Guru acquired the stature as both saint and soldier. All the students and staff members showed their love towards their guru performed the sewa with full dedication.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara while wishing ‘Happy Gurupurab’ explained the main teachings of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. She told that we should follow the path of righteousness and should always be ready to sacrifice our lives for the welfare of mankind. The premises seemed to be pristine and possessed a sense of eternity all around.

 

LOHRI – the harvest festival of Punjab






Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated LOHRI – the harvest festival of Punjab in school premises with a lot of exuberance and funfair. With a view to add vibrance to the occasion of Lohri, a ‘Fete’ was organized. The mood on the campus was upbeaten and the students were totally absorbed in the festive spirit of Lohri.

The celebration was initiated by lighting the sacred bonfire by the School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, staff members and students giving a fresh start to the first month of new year i.e. ‘Maaghi’. The Principal of the school made the students and teachers understand the significance of sacred fire which burns all the ill omens and make every one pure as the light emerges from the fire. She said that Such festivals and celebrations help us to preserve our culture, traditions and customs. She added that the festivals are not only meant for celebration. Its an opportunity to educate kids about our culture and traditions and school hold upon themselves the responsibility to educate them about the festivals by engaging them in fun activities.

The programme was started with speeches of students highlighting the importance of the festival of Lohri, which ushers in the cheerful spring season bidding adieu to the dull winter. The students and teachers dressed in traditional Punjabi attire sang songs immersed in rich cultural folklore of Punjab. Gajak, jaggery and peanuts were offered to the sacred fire and were also distributed among the students. Melodious Lohri Songs were also sung by the students & teachers. Some were singing in praise of “Dulha Bhatti”, others were singing in the praise of festival.

To add colour to this gala event a cultural and musical show was also organised. The folk songs and dances added the festive spirit in everyone’s heart and well depicted the significance of this festival. The children had a gala time as they danced around the holy bonfire and offered their prayers for the prosperity of the nation. The students organized around 30 stalls of various fun games and eatables in the fair which proved as a real sense of enjoyment for all of them. Archery, Haunted House, Tambola, Tye-Tye Fish, Hook the Fish, Tatto, Nail Art, Bangles, Play station, Lottery, Snakes & Ladders, Marbles, Hit The Pyramid, Hit the Wickets, Ring the Toss and many more games upbeat the mood of the students. Students were very excited to click their photos in different poses and in Punjabi attire in Photo Corner - Picto Booth. The fete is incomplete without mentioning the ‘Stalls of tempting Eatables’. There were also a variety of flavoured food stalls like Bhel Puri, Sweet Corn, Pav Bhaji, Maggi, Gol Gappe, Chhole Kulche, Samosa, Frooti, Juice, Cold Drink, Gachak, Rewari and many more.

The main attraction of the funfair was Halloween House which made the spectators eerie and frightened at the sight of scary witches, hanging bats and ghosts. D.J. Party time enthralled all as it witnessed the enthusiasm and energy of the students on Giddha, Bhangra and other dance beats.

As kite flying is a rage during Lohri and students enjoyed flying beautifully designed kites like miniatures or big kites with dragons faces and of different shapes. An air full of joy was blowing with a strong competition was witnessed where students flew their colourful kites in the beautiful surroundings, running and ducking in an attempt to keep their kites airborne for as long as possible.

On the whole, the celebrations raised to its boom and grandeur which filled the days with fun and religious fervour.

 

Alphabet Day Conducted




Keeping this in view the all round development of the students, Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana conducted the ‘Alphabet Day’ for the tiny tots of Kindergarten wing.

During this event, kids in their unique attire were very happy. Children came dressed up in their colourful costumes representing one of the letters and speaking confidently about that alphabet with the phonic sound. They were all thrilled and excited when they replicated many characters, fruits and personalities of alphabet they were depicting on the stage.  There was a lot of enthusiasm and excitement as the little ones walked forward displaying their vibrant costumes.  They spoke few sentences on the character that they depicted and some of them tried to truly imitate the same. The effort and hard work of children was highly commendable. The spectators were truly mesmerized to see the devices and gadgets incarnated on the stage.  The event brought an amiable ambience and each participant left the stage with prolonged deafening applauses.

The revered Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that it was a delight to watch the children as they came up and spoke about the alphabet with the phonic sounds clearly and confidently. She added that teaching the alphabet is a foundational skill for kids to learn in order to be able to read and write. She appreciated the students with their precious pearls of encouragement. She wished good luck to all tiny tots for their future endeavours.

On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the little ones and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The greatest gift the school is giving the children are the confidence and wings of imagination at the early stage of development.

Christmas Day 2018




A Cherished Christmas celebration were organized in the premises of school which was decorated with holy wreaths, stars, balloons & festoons. In the morning assembly, school choir sang Christmas carols in the praise of Lord Jesus Christ. The harmonious compositions pleased the mind & soul and soothed the conscience. The ambience of Christmas was all set with the atmosphere filled with joyful and wonderful dance performances.

The programme began with the energetic dance by kids on ”Jingle bell, Jingle bell”.The students enthralled the audience by a Christmas Carol which was presented with grace and charm .The vibrant performance of the children thrilled and captivated everyone. Further the students of the senior classes gave speeches in English and in hindi to highlight the importance of the festival. They emphasized the importance of caring and sharing and spreading goodness all around. The Contest to decorate Christmas tree were also held in the classes. This contest highlighted the student’s creativity and ingenuity as they worked at a frenetic pace and innovatively displayed their presentation with a riot of colours.

Tiny tots were dressed up in Santa Claus and charming fairies. They were all bustling with cheer & energy. Christmas cakes and goodies were distributed to the students by the Santa. At the end, Santa Claus came and asked the children to say goodbye to bad habits and adopt one good habit as a resolution for the New Year.

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, applauded the efforts and presentations of the students. She said that Christmas brings cheer and love and we celebrated it with the same fervour, spreading the message of love and joy among our children. She added that such events aim at bringing elements of fun, excitement and creativity through the spirit of competition. She encouraged the students to emulate the teachings and noble thoughts preached by Jesus Christ.

The school was drenched with the festivity and students seemed charming.

 

BHOOMI PUJAN FOR AUDITORIUM







14 Dec, 2018 indeed was a special day for the management, staff, students and parents of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana, as the day was marked with the official start of construction work by laying the foundation stone for the New School Auditorium in the school premises with the pious hands of the Chairman cum Director of Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra and General Secretary of the Trust Mrs. Usha Rudhra. Other eminent dignitaries were also present on this most awaited occasion. The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara and staff members welcomed all the eminent guests on this day. Students were also present with gleeful faces on this ceremony. It was a moment of great joy and elation.

The foundation stone was then sealed and moved into the excavation pit where the Bhoomi Pujan held with the traditional and ceremonial rites. All the rituals were very well performed under the stewardship of the learned priest Sh. Ajay Vashisht. He led the ceremony by enchanting the hymns and religious mantras and later he blessed that area by sprinkling the Holy Water.

The upcoming spacious auditorium hall will have a capacity of accommodating more than 1,000 audiences powered with advanced lighting and sound systems and other technologies needed for theatre and cultural performances. In the coming New Year, the students will showcase their talent in cultural and other school activities on this huge and exquisite platform beautifully designed by the proficient architects.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman cum Director of the school said that it had always been perceived that the Auditorium should always be made its own premises which would be in keeping with its autonomous character. He tagged it as a top priority project and promised to get the work done with much-needed facility operational within few months.He also exhorted students to value the blessings of good education and model themselves as righteous individuals. He blessed the children to be healthy, happy and successful in the coming years.

The School Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the entire Green Land Family on the start of Hi-tech School Auditorium. She also thanked Dr. Rajesh Rudhra for giving his selfless support to the school which always has a great impact in moulding ourselves for the integral dimension of the growth of this great institution. This outstanding infrastructure speaks volume about the taste, magnanimity and aesthetic sense of our honourable Chairman sir as he always spend lavishly to give the best of everything to your students. She showered her blessings and urged the students to work with more devotion and dedication. She advised the students to walk down the right path and to strive for the best in life.

The ceremony ended religiously under the divine fervor & spirituality which even leaves an excitement and happiness on the faces of students, staff and management.

 

Martyrdom Day of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji


A religious programme was organized in the school to honour the Great Sacrifice of Shri Guru Tegh Bahadur Ji who is known as “Hind Di Chaadar”. The school Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, staff and the students paid obeisance to the holy soul Guru Teg Bahadur Ji on his martyrdom day.

On this occasion a special Morning Assembly was organized on a spiritual note with the school prayer. The students were given an insight into the life of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji, his teachings and philosophy. The ideology and sacrifice of the great Guru Teg Bahadur Ji was discussed by the teachers of the school. A Power Point Presentation was shown to students as it covered a wide range of topics, such as the nature of Guru ji, human attachments, body, mind, sorrow, dignity, service, death and deliverance.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara gave a message to the students that they should follow the path and principles of Guru Teg Bahadur Ji who undertook supreme sacrifice for the protection of the fundamental rights of people which were being exploited by the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb. She also told the students that Guru Sahib gave us the uniqueness to stand out in action and reaction. A gift we cannot afford to lose.

On the whole, the event restored the religious sanctity and courteousness with the recital of Gurmantra - Waheguru.

 

11th Annual Prize Distribution Function - 2018 and Cultural Fest - Folklore of Punjab












Honouring and appreciating the achievers with accolades, the 11th Annual Prize Distribution Function-2018 and Cultural Fest - Folklore of Punjab was organized on 8th December, 2018 in the school premises amidst great zest, vibrancy and elation. The evening was reserved for a gala presentation. The celebration was bound to be a befitting occasion for the spontaneous outburst in a wide range of creativity. Sh. R. J. Khanderao (Joint Secretary), Regional Director, CBSE, Panchkula graced the occasion as the Chief Guest of this prestigious ceremony. The celebration as scheduled, started in the evening with the warm floral welcome of the Chief Guest by the Chairman cum Director of Chain of Green Land Schools – Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, President of the Trust Dr. Shabad Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust Mrs. Usha Rudhra, Director Green Land Schools, Dr. Vijayata and the Principal of the host school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. The other dignitaries gracing the occasion were the councilors and other renowned personalities of Ludhiana Mr. Vipin Vinayak, Mr. Harminder Singh Khinda, Mr. Harjinder Pal Lali, Mr. Sukhdev Bawa, Mr. Yashpal Chaudary, Mr. Kuldeep Janda, Mr. Anil Malhotra, ex-councillor Mr. Surinder Chhinda, Mr. Rajnish Jain, Pandit Ajay Vashisht, Bhagat Parveen Kumar, Mr. Bhinder and also the Principals of all Green Land Schools, Mrs. Baldeep Pandher, Mrs. Vinita Sanan, Mrs. Ritu, Mrs. Aruna Kapil; Mr. Ravi Kalra and the other eminent members of the school management committee.

All the dignitaries were given a cordial welcome by the school band with a scintillating display of bagpipes and drums. The function commenced with the auspicious lighting of the sacred lamp followed by invoking on spiritual divinity with ‘Ganesh Vandana’. A musical feast was presented by the school’s orchestra group in the form of an orchestral train journeying through various cities of Punjab, celebrating the diverse forms of folk music.

The speech by Junior Head Girl of the school, Anvesha portrayed how the school is impacting change through numerous opportunities embedded into the school space. The function included a series of thematic performances. Kindergarten Dance titled ‘ Kid-O-Joy ’ was performed, leaving the spectators mesmerized. The chief attraction of today’s programme was a unique presentation on legendary persons of Punjab who has brought great glory to the state and country with their achievements. The accomplishments of proud personalities were highlighted motivating the youngsters to follow those role models.

Play - ‘Raavi Paar’ presented by the students was an exclusive presentation. The central character was Darshan Singh who was one among many struck in the flood of people across the borders in 1947. The play depicted the agony of losing family and home, the ruins of partition and the pain of migration. The presentation was laudable indeed.

The students presented their foundation of talents during this fantastic series of presentations. The most riveting performance was “Bollywood v/s Pollywood Dance” which won an unceasing applause from the audience showing the glimpses of Bollywood and Pollywood journey. Another fervent Bollywood dancing, ‘Cine Magic’ added élan to the function.

Punjabi play ‘Toya’ was staged signifying and emphasizing on the comic system elements of corrupt system in our country. It was not just an entertainer but came with an important message emphasizing on the reformation of the mind and transforming ourselves into better persons. The Show was a sumptuous feast for the eyes and the ears.

The cosmic celebration comprised of colorful & vibrant performances by the students, theatrical extravaganzas and the prize distribution ceremony for the scholastic and co-scholastic achiever. While the students celebrated the day in all vibrancy, the school awarded meritorious students in different fields for their State, National and International achievements.

The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara presented the annual school report highlighting the achievements of the students in the field of academics, sports and co-curricular activities. She also spoke about the year-round activities conducted in the school. A Power point presentation was shown along with it. She congratulated the achievers and encouraged them to perform even better in future. She remarked that the show aimed to bring forth the culture and tradition of Punjab in all its glory. In her Vote of thanks she appreciated the effort of students and teachers in making the event a great success.

Chairman - Dr. Rajesh Rudhra felicitated the staff and the students for putting up such an extravagant show titled ‘Folklore of Punjab’. He stated that our vision is to create a society of progressive, thinking individuals who will contribute to the intellectual development of the global Community by initiating positive changes in the social fabric. Education or success, he opined, is incomplete or futile without keeping in view the goal of serving one’s country never being oblivious of the fact that ‘Our motherland is better than heaven.’ He congratulated the achievers who were awarded for their excellence in curricular and co-curricular activities and motivated the students to continue their toil and attain greater heights in life.

The most memorable moments of the function were marked by the precious words of advice and appreciation by the Chief Guest Sh. R. J. Khanderao during an address to the students and parents. He lauded the vision and the relentless hard work done by students and their mentors for presenting such a message oriented programme showing culture of Punjab. A student is a celebrity while he performs in his school and one must appreciate the glory of their celebration. He urged parents to encourage and praise their children for their good work and achievements’ more than criticizing them, as appreciation gives them indomitable strength to face the world.

The vibrant music, breath taking colours and highly coordinated movement set the tone for various folk dances, where students performed the eye catching performance. The students performed folk dances of Punjab – Sammi, Giddha and Bhangra highlighting their talent which added an amazing enthusiasm to the show. The confidence and the superb performance of the students on the stage kept the audience glued to their seats throughout the show.

The months of hard work and several rehearsals paid off. The gala reached to halt with the National Anthem performed by the students of the school invoking the spirit of nationality and patriotism amongst the massive presence. Parents and children were blooming with beaming faces and a smile that they were proud to be a part of this institution.

Overall, the celebrations concluded on a happy note encouraging the students to establish further milestones in the journey of success.

 

Winners of LSSC Shabad Gayan Competition


Our students sparkled in the Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) Shabad Gayan Competition held recently in GMT International Public School, Ludhiana. They proved their mettle by securing second position.

The winners Palak Thakur (VIII), Agrima Rawat (VIII), Riya Tiwari (XI), Tanvi (XI), Anmol Chauhan (VIII), Hiya Nayyar (VIII), Sargundeep Kaur (VII) and Sukhbir Singh (VI) were in jubilant mood by winning second position in the competition. All winners were appreciated for their melodious singing.

Elated with the achievement of the students Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, Principal of the school, congratulated the winners for their achievement and blessed them on their success. She said that the participation of students in such devotional and musical events elevates them spiritually and ethically.

 

CELEBRATION OF GURU NANAK JAYANTI







Parkash Utsav of Guru Nanak Dev Ji was celebrated with great religious fervor, enthusiasm and gaiety. The premises of the school were drenched with divinity. The main motive to celebrate this day was to assert the values, morals, principles and teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.

The Students paid obeisance to Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and sang hymns, “Satguru Nank Pargateya”, “Behen Nanaki da veer”, “Tum Mera Rakha Sabni Thayi” with devotion. Students narrated the life stories of Guru Ji and highlighted His teachings with the message that ‘God is One’, ‘Kirat Karo, Naam Japo, Vand Chhakho’, ‘Be Truthful & Honest’, ‘Love Humanity’ etc.

The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara greeted students on the auspicious occasion and reiterated that there is a need for religious tolerance. Just as a candle cannot burn without fire, men cannot live without a spiritual life. She further highlighted them to learn patience, self control, empathy, fraternity, benevolence from His life span.

The celebration ended with enlightenment & learning of life worthy values. The whole premises seemed to be pristine and possessed a sense of eternity all around.

 

Winners of LSSC Athletic Meet


The Athletes of our school emerged victorious in LSSC (Central Zone) Athletic Meet for Boys & Girls held at GNIPS, Model Town, Ludhiana. Teams of both boys and girls from different CBSE schools participated in the competition. The students proved their mettle by winning Gold, Silver & Bronze medals.
In Under-12 category (boys), Naman Chauhan bagged the First Position in 200m race and third position in 400m race. In Under-10 category (girls), Saina Thakur, Pehal, Mehak and Arshnoor secured Second Position in 4x100m Relay Race. It was a moment of jubilation for the school.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara heartily congratulated the jubilant winners on their achievements. She expressed her happiness for the budding athletes and said that this was the real test of one’s stamina and strength.

 

Bhasha Sangam Programme



“Bhasha Sangam Programme” is being organized in the school to mark the unique symphony of languages of our country. In this programme the students are being familiarized with simple dialogues in 22 regional languages on daily basis from 20th November to 21st December. On the day one of the programme students learnt following five sentences in Assamese language.

Namaste
What is your name?
My Name is ________.
How are you?
I am fine.

The joyful activity involved the students and teachers very actively in displaying the appreciation of the rich linguistic diversity. Teachers highlighted the importance of language learning and encouraged the learners to pursue languages as they journey through education. The Senior students of the school were encouraged to create posters on these sentences to put up all over the school.

The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that this monthly programme aims to promote the preservation and protection of all languages used by people of our country and promoting national integration. She added that the school believes in exposing students to multiple languages which enhances their access to people and resources, to better communication and fruitful travel experiences. She also thanked the department of CBSE for intiating the programme and providing an opportunity to the students in multilingual exposure in Indian languages.

 

90th Birthday of Mickey Mouse



The Kindergarten students of our school celebrated 90th Birthday of Mickey Mouse with great zeal and enthusiasm in the Kindergarten wing. The school transformed the campus to the theme “Happy Birthday Mickey Mouse" for the tiny tots.

It was a delight to watch tiny tots in bright and colourful attries of their favourite characters like Micky Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck etc. Excited faces were seen everywhere as kids posed for photographs. The children sang "Happy Birthday" to Mickey throughout the day. They had the cutest themed cakes, pastries and desserts. The students were all bustling with cheer & energy. Cartoon Movie show was organized for the students packed with plethora of fun and enjoyment. All the tiny tots enjoyed the day dancing, singing, eating cakes. The effort and hard work of teachers and children were highly commendable.

The revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that it was a delight to watch the children in their favourite character. She told that the efforts and hard work of teachers and children were highly commendable. She added that it's hard to believe, but one of the biggest and most recognizable animated characters is turning 90 years old this year and today, Mickey Mouse is recognized worldwide as the symbol of the Walt Disney Company. She said that such events aim at bringing elements of fun, excitement and creativity through the spirit of competition.

All in all the day ended on a high note, with everyone fully satiated with the love and companionship of their favourite characters. The school was drenched with the festivity. Students seemed charming with lines “Happy Birthday…Micky Mouse.”

 

Punjab State Basketball Tournament


Enthusiastic and passionate player, Mehak (XI) of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana with great elation and taking proud to air clinched Silver Medal in Punjab State Basketball Tournament (U-17 category girls) held recently at Amritsar.

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara blessed the jubilant ‘Mehak’ on her success and achievement. She appreciated her efforts and talent and emphasized that sports help students build self-confidence and help them outshine as stars.

Mehak with her glorious and outstanding achievement made the coach, teachers and parents feel proud.

 

Children Day Celebration & Final Day of Athletic Meet


Karate players of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana scintillated in Punjab Board State Karate Tournament held recently at Amritsar. In this tournament U -17 (Boys) Rohit Mehra clinched the gold medal, U-14 (Boys) Sameer Virdi and U-19 (Boys) Amzad won bronze medals. Rohit Mehra also got selected for Punjab School National games to be held in December.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winning team and appreciated for their stupendous efforts and talents. She inspired them to play with harmony and team spirit in upcoming tournaments.

 

Children Day Celebration & Final Day of Athletic Meet

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated ‘Children’s Day-The birth anniversary of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’ with its three day long ‘Annual Athletic Meet’ closing ceremony with full zest and fervour. The day began by paying homage to Pt. Nehru, our first Prime Minister, by the Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, staff and students of the school.

In great weather, our athletes were able to bring out their best performance while the sports ground echoed with cheers and chants. The excitement peaked when different house teams competed against each other in Tug of War. Students performed an outstanding level of sportsmanship and courage, doing their best to bring glory to their houses. Putting up strong competition, the trophy for the Inter House Annual Athletic Meet was won by Jagriti house.

Highlight of the celebration was participation in 100m, 200m and brick race by the teachers, coaches, maids and drivers. This was the first time that staff members and IV class employees performed in athletic meet for the children in the school. The ground reverberated with feverish enthusiasm as the tempo set in with the students excitedly cheering their role model.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their fantabulous performances and gave away the medals & certificates. She wished the students a Happy Children's Day and motivated to follow the footsteps of Pandit Nehru. She said that children are the future of the country and the school inculcates in the young minds a sense of values, discipline, dedication and commitment to the nation. She also added that winning or losing in sports or athletics is not of that much importance, but the happiness originating from the participation in sports or athletics is highly cherished trophy.

On the whole, everyone from teacher to student worked hard to make this meet a grand success and it ended very enthusiastically.

Result Summary of Final Day

Event

Position

Name of the Student

Name of the House

TUG OF WAR I Rahul Sohi, Nitish, Jaan Nisar, Harsimran, Chhavinder, Arunav Thakur, Lovepreet, Akash Singh, Padam Scahdeva, Akshay Bhalla, Vansh Sohi, Prabhjot Singh Jagriti
II Shubham, Savir, Parampuneet, Sharandeep, Jugraj, Vishnu, Tushar, Bhavuk, Rajveer Singh, Chirag, Md. Amzad Ansari, Parth Shakti
III Hardeep Singh, Dipesh Baid, Chirag, Rishabh, Yashraj, Ashu Tiwari, Kunal Ahuja, Avneet Singh, Manjeet Singh Kainth, Vansh Chawla, Bharamveer, Sarthik Bhatia Jyoti

 

Events of Teachers

Event

Position

Name of the Teachers

100 M RACE (Female) I Ms. Suman
II Ms. Manpreet
III Ms. Sadhna
200 M RACE (Male) I Mr. Rohit
II Mr. Jaswinder ( Badminton Coach)
III Mr. Naval
BRICK RACE (Female) I Ms. Divya, Ms. Kavita
II Ms. Heena, Ms. Manpreet
III Ms. Isha, Ms. Sadhna

 

Annual Athletic Meet (First Day)



“The running track is to the body what the library is to the mind – a conducive environment that helps one grow, learn and become the best version of oneself.”

Continuing its legacy of inter-disciplinary excellence and overall growth and development of its students, Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized the Annual Athletic Meet. The day began with a colourful opening & oath ceremony. The meet was declared open by Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, Principal of the School, marking the commencement of the ceremony.

This was followed by the track and field events for Primary classes, U- 12, U-14, U-17 & U-19 category (boys & girls). The most intriguing aspect, embellishing the event, was the splendid field displays, involving mass student participation, which splattered on the field. The school playground was filled with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome environment. Students participated in 30m race, 50m race, 100m race, 200m race, 400m race, 800m race, 4x100m relay race, back race, lemon race, sack race, horse race, skipping race, 3- legged race, chatti race, long jump and shot put. 

The vast crowd in attendance was proof of the institute's dedication to all-round development of its students and the significance of becoming achievers in different fields.

Speaking on the occasion, the Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the aim of the event is to encourage sports activities, identify talent, build confidence and create competitive spirit amongst the children. She told that sports improve the health and confidence of students. It promotes good habits and inculcates better values in a person. She gave her best wishes to all the participants with her motivational words, “Sports is all about playing and competing, enjoy it, be positive and try to win.”

On the whole, the first day ended with golden performances resulting some victories and defeats.

Summary of First Day Events
Category: U-17 (Boys/Girls)

Event

Position

Name of the Student (Boys)

Name of the Student (Girls)

100 m RACE I Ashveer Taniya
II Chhavinder Thakur Arshleen
III Devansh Dhingra Chhavi
  200 m RACE I Abhishek Kashish
II Parth Anchal Dhingra
III Vansh Chawla Kavita
  800 m RACE I Ashveer Diksha
II Shahid Neha
III Yashraj Inderdeep
  LONG JUMP I Shahid Arshleen
II Raj Kanwar Sonali
III Vansh Thakur Kashish
  HORSE RACE
(Boys)
I Aadil, Daksh
II Avneet, Tanishq
III Padam Sachdeva, Kuldeep
  3 – Legged Race (Girls) I Neha Thakur, Anchal Dhingra
II Ritika, Mehak
III Kavita, Manleen

 

Category: U-12 (Boys/Girls)

Event

Position

Name of the Student (Boys)

Name of the Student (Girls)

100 m RACE I Abhishek Mehak
II Aditya Priya Rani
III Haaris Sneha
  200 m RACE I Utsav Mehak
II Abhinav Pruthi Palak
III Daksh Sharma Parul
  HORSE RACE
(Boys)
I Aditya, Moulik
II Jatin, Naman Dhingra
III Pratham, Neel
  LEMON RACE
(Girls)
I Jasmine Sharma
II Chetanya Khosla
III Harshita Thakur
  SKIPPING RACE
(Girls)
I Rahat
II Yashita
III Simran
  3 – Legged Race (Boys) I Harjot, Md. Tanish
II Daksh, Partik
III Aaryan, Gurkirat

 

Classes: I - III

Event

Position

I Std

II Std.

III Std.

50 m RACE I Rashi Gangar Mehak Beri Saina Thakur
II Chahat Parneet Kaur Pehal
III Harleen Tejpreet Rishita Chaudhary
  100 m RACE I Chirag Ekam Tanveer Singh
II Nirmal Kumar Baljinder Singh Harman Mehra
III Sushil K. Yadav Himanshu Sandeep Singh
50 m HURDLE RACE I Rashi Gangar Parneet Kaur Saina Thakur
II Nikhat Tejpreet Pehal
III Harleen Ridhi Rishita Chaudhary
50 m HURDLE RACE I Gavish Ekam Jaanveer Singh
II Sushil K Yadav Vineet Karir Harman Mehra
III Manveer Singh Gurnoor Singh Manav Rana

 

Classes: I - III (Boys/Girls)

Event

Position

Name of the Student (Boys)

Name of the Student (Girls)

  Back Race I Lovish Chopra Vanshika Roy
II Nirmal Kumar Harnoor
III Samar Raza Harleen
  Lemon Race I Baljinder Singh Parneet Kaur
II Himanshu Gursimran
III Paras Rajvi
  Sack Race
I Manav Rana Pehal
II Manthan Badyal Siya
III Harman Mehra Wafanoor

 

Annual Athletic Meet (Second Day)



Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana concluded the second day of ‘Annual Athletic Meet’ with full vigour. The participating students displayed their ability in track and field events i.e. 30m race, 50m race, 100m race, 200m race, 400m race, 800m race, 4x100m relay race, back race, lemon race, sack race, horse race, skipping race, 3- legged race, chatti race, long jump and shot put. The athletes gave their best in these races, showing true skill, grit and determination. House–Wise Tug-of-war was also organized. The zealous audience gathered in large numbers, constantly applauded the participants of the field track displays.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara encouraged the students to participate without bothering about winning or losing. She said that participation in sports is very important for good health and it should be preferred over mobiles and laptops. She also added that sports liberate us, warding off all the negativity around us making us better human beings with positive energy and capability to change one’s destiny.

On the whole, the second day of athletic meet was an outstanding display of student’s incredible fitness, strength, stamina and sportsman spirit.

Result Summary of Second Day Events
Category: U-14 (Boys/Girls)

Event

Position

Name of the Student (Boys)

Name of the Student (Girls)

100 M RACE I Sarthik Suhani Thakur
II Prince Muskan
III Diljeet Arshdeep
200 M RACE I Nitin Suhani
II Sahil Kirti
III Sameer Raja Harleen Kaur
400 M RACE I Dilkash Mishthi
II Jashanpreet Yashika
III Abhas Anmol
4 x100 m
RELAY
RACE
I Dilkash, Sachin Saini, Harsh Kumar, Nitin Gupta Muskan, Hansika, Milanpreet, Gayatri
II Abhas, Mehre, Jashanpreet, Sourav Prabhjot, Muskan, Jasmilan, Mishthi
III Shubit, Samir Raza, Sahil, Mojammil Suhasini, Harmanjot, Palak, Sonia
  LONG JUMP I Md. Asif Hussain Yashika
II Md. Mojammil Mehak
III Aman Singh Raunakpreet
SHOT PUT I Ankit Kajal
II Md. Asif Hussain Muskan
III Sourav Amandeep
HORSE RACE
(Boys)
I Asif, Hiten
II Ankit, Akshit
III Naksh, Daksh
SACK RACE
(Boys)
I Sourav
II Love
III Gurinder
3- LEGGED RACE (Girls) I Suhani, Ashu
II Mishthi, Simran
III Jasvir, Jasmine
CHATTI RACE (Girls) I Ravleen

 

Category: U-19 (Boys/Girls)

Event

Position

Name of the Student (Boys)

Name of the Student (Girls)

100 M RACE I Uday Ranjana
II Ragvendra Manisha
III Gurpinder Ayesha
200 M RACE I Gaurav Arshpreet
II Ankush Ranjana
III Shubham Manisha
800 M RACE I Gaurav Sehaj
II Navpreet Ekamdeep
III Rajveer Karampriya
4 x100 m
RELAY
RACE
I Gaurav, Aryan, Bharamveer, Prayatna Ridhima, Riya, Ekamdeep, Kirti
II Jashanpreet, Uday, Nitish, Arunav Karampriya, Mehul, Ranjana, Ankita
III Ankush, Ragvendra, Navpreet, Prince Ayesha, Muskan, Sneha, Mehak
  LONG JUMP I Shubham Manisha
II Ragvendra Ranjana
III Gaurav Chhavi
SHOT PUT I Parampuneet Ranjana
II Varun Ruksaar
III Uday Anvi
HORSE RACE
(Boys)
I Tushar, Parampuneet
II Manish, Nitish
III Nitish, Deepanshu
SACK RACE
(Boys)
I Gaurav
II Agampreet
III Aryan
3- LEGGED RACE (Girls) I Arshpreet , Pallavi
II Muskan, Ayesha
III Ridhima, Chhavi
CHATTI RACE (Girls) I Sandeep
II Sehaj

 

Classes: P.Nsy to K.G. (Girls)

Event

Position

P.Nsy.

Nsy.

K.G.

30 M RACE I Japji Gorvi Jaspreet Kaur
II Hargun Bani Varinder
III Aditi Pal Divyanshi Shivika Gupta
BALL RACE I Aditi Pal Gorvi Jaspreet Kaur
II Sukhman Kaur Priyanshi Parisha
III Japji Bhavya Varinderjeet Kaur

 

Classes: P.Nsy to K.G. (Boys)

Event

Position

P.Nsy.

Nsy.

K.G.

50 M RACE I Vikramjeet Singh Japnoor Singh Arham Hashmi
II Dhairya Saini Udit Jain Sidharth
III Jai Aarav Jorra Rajvansh
HURDLE RACE I Vikramjeet Singh Japnoor Singh Md. Faizal
II Jai Udit Jain Baneet Singh
III Gurnoor Gulati Binny Beri Md. Zaid

 

Category: U-17 (Boys/Girls)

Event

Position

Name of the Student (Boys)

Name of the Student (Girls)

4 x100 m
RELAY
RACE
I Padam, Sahibpreet,
Abhishek, Chhavinder
Inderdeep, Anchal, Neha, taniya
II Ansh, Parth, Shahid, Savleen Arshleen, Parminder, Vanni, Mehak
III Raj Kanwar, Anmol, Surya, Vansh Ritika, Ridhi, Kashish, Mehak
SHOT PUT I Harsimran Singh Walia Anjali
II Jugraj Kavita
III Vansh Chawla Varinda
SACK RACE (Boys) I Aadil
II Sharandeep
III Abhishek

 

Category: U-12 (Boys/Girls)

Event

Position

Name of the Student (Boys)

Name of the Student (Girls)

4 x100 m
RELAY
RACE
I Aditya, Ronit, Tajinder, Suhail Naina, Neha, Mehak, Kawaljeet
II Neel Thakur, Abhinav Pruthi, Karan Chauhan, Arman Singh Sweta, Deepika, Hatisha, Anamika
III Krishna Thaman, Karamjeet, Abhishek, Naman Chauhan Fatima, Salochna, Palak, Ashiya
 LONG JUMP I Sidakveer Singh Parul
II Sukhman Priya Rani
III Tanish Sweta

 

Diwali Celebrations 2018






Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar celebrated Diwali with great fanfare, devotion and excitement. The school was decorated with diyas and light santicipating that the festival of light would bring bright sparkles of joy and happiness and gaiety in everyone’s life. The ambience of the school was buzzed with various activities on “Diwali Celebrations”.

The students of Primary wing participated in various competitions like Inter Class Cleanliness & Decoration Competition, Inter House Rangoli Competition, Intra Class Diya And Candle Decoration Competition, Intra Class Door Hanging (Toran) Making Competition & Intra Class Slogan Writing Competition.

The students prepared different types of candles, diyas and pooja thalis which were very colourful and decorated with ribbons, sparkles, beads, shells, stars, mirrors, glitters etc. Candles displayed were of varying shapes and sizes - ranging from small diya shaped to floral, floating, minar shaped, dome shaped and some were even decorated with bows and frills made of wax. Every class displayed their items in a very innovative way with colourful dupattas, pictures of gods and goddesses and making various designs of Rangoli ranging from geometrical to floral patterns. The whole display was overwhelming.

They all worked on the theme “Say No To Crackers”& celebrate an Eco-Sensitive Diwali’. Winners of all competition were judged on the basis of design, creativity, neatness, colour combination, variety of material used etc. In the Inter House Rangoli Making Competition Shakti House bagged first position, Jagriti & Kirti House won second prize and Jyoti House was on third position.

The Principal Ms. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara greeted the students and motivated them to celebrate Eco- friendly and Eco-sensitive Diwali. She further informed harmful effects of air and sound pollution caused due to fire crackers during Diwali celebrations which leads to various health hazards. She also gave the message of planting saplings as a Diwali gift to the environment. She also conveyed that this is an auspicious occasion where each one of us should kill evil in us and become exemplary, luminating personalities. She also congratulated the winners of all the competitions held during the day.

On the whole the festival of fun and excitement haulted with loads of joy and happiness sparkling on the faces of everyone.

 

LSSC TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT


The students of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar sparkled in the Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) Table Tennis Tournament held recently in Darshan Academy School, Bhamian Kalan, Ludhiana.

The Green Knights of U-14, U-17 & U-19 Category Girls Yashika, Mannat, Prabhnoor, Hansika, Ravneet, Muskan, Pratiksha, Jaansheen, Chhavi, Harsimranjeet and Palak got silver medals in LSSC Table Tennis Tournament. The winners were in jubilant mood by securing overall second position in the tournament. The sports gems U-17 Boys Yashraj, Sujal and Harry clinched the bronze medal and exhibited their sportsmanship by securing third position. All winners were appreciated for their stupendous efforts and talents.

Elated with the achievement of the students Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their achievement and blessed them on their success while inspiring them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She stressed on the importance of Games and Sports in the development of a child. She further added that participation in sports activities enhance the development of sports skills, high level of discipline and team spirit among students.

 

LSSC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT DAY 1



Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) Basketball Tournament (U-17 & U-19) for Boys & Girls. The whole campus was enthralled with the zealous performance of more than 30 teams of schools affiliated to CBSE who participated in the tournament. The Chairman of Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra graced the occasion as the Chief Guest of the day. He was given a warm floral welcome by the Principal of the School, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara and staff members. The ground reverberated with feverish enthusiasm among the players of different schools.

The LSSC Basketball Tournament was declared open by the Chairman Dr. Rajesh Rudhra who motivated all the teams and gave his best wishes to them. The players of the team of first match i.e. Green Land Convent School, Dugri and Guru Nanak International Public School, Model Town introduced themselves to the Chief Guest. The tournament was well organized under the guidance and supervision of the Principal of the School.

The competition was held under four categories- Category-A (U-17) Boys, Category-B (U-17) Girls, Category-C (U-19) Boys & Category-D (U-19) Girls in which teams from different CBSE schools showcased their vigour towards their game. The competition was held on knockout basis.

On first day matches were played under Category-A (U- 17 Boys) & Category- C (U-19 Boys). Mr. Ashwani Kumar, Mr. Narinder, Mr. Ajay Parkash & Mr. Jimmy Joy were the referees for the tournament who judged the competition unbiased.

On the whole, the first day ended with golden performances resulting some victories and defeats.

Summary of First Day Matches

First match: (U-17 Boys)
Second match: (U-19 Boys)
Total Score
Green Land Convent School, Dugri
  v/s
Guru Nanak International Public School, Model Town

  Winner - Green Land Convent School, Dugri
Green Land Convent School, Civil City
v/s
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar

Winner - Walk over given to Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar 
32 - 10
Third match: (U-19 Boys)
Fourth match: (U-17 Boys) 
Total Score
Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Daad
v/s
Guru Nanak International Public School, Model Town

Winner - Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Daad
Green Land Convent School, Civil City
v/s
KVM Sr. Sec School, Civil Lines

  Winner - Walk over given to Green Land Convent School, Civil City
30 - 8 
Fifth match: (U-17 Boys)
Total Score
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
v/s
Ryan International School, Dugri

Winner - International Public School, Sandhu Nagar 
34 - 2
Sixth match: (U-19 Boys)
Total Score
Green Land Sr. Sec Public School, Jal. Bye pass
v/s
GRD Academy, Hambran Road

Winner - Green Land Sr. Sec Public School, Jal. ByePass
51-30
Seventh match: (U-19 Boys)
Total Score
GMT Public School, Jal. Bye Pass
v/s
Ryan International School, Jamalpur

Winner - GMT Public School, Jal. Bye Pass
39-34

The Tournament will continue for the next two days for the U-17 & U-19 Boys & Girls and final matches followed by Prize Distribution.

 

LSSC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT DAY 2

"Sports teaches us that its good to compete, good to achieve, good to sweat, good to get dirty and tired and feel fit, fine and refreshed." - Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized Day 2 of Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) - Basketball Tournament for (U-17 & U-19) Boys & Girls. The sports gems exhibited their high sportsmanship in the Basketball tournament. The premise was enthralled with the cheering of audience for their favourite team in the matches played between different schools affiliated to CBSE.

The most intriguing aspect, embellishing the event was the great zeal, excitement and frolicsome environment. Players showcased their passion and intensity towards their game.

It was a proud moment when Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, Principal of the school applauded the true spirit and grit of all players and blessed them for their better future. She highlighted the appraised sportsmanship and the genuine crave for winning. She emphasized that sports help students to build self-confidence and help them to outshine as stars.

Summary of Second Day Matches

Semi Final Match: (U-19 Boys)
Total Score
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan
v/s
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar

Winner: Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan
36 - 28
Match : ( U-17 Boys)
Total Score
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar ByePass
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Civil City

Winner: Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jal. ByePass
32-22
Match : ( U-17 Girls)
Total Score
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
v/s
Ryan International Public School, Jamalpur

Winner: Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
21-16
Match : ( U-17 Girls)
Total Score
Green Land Convent School, Civil City
v/s
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan

Winner: Green Land Convent School, Civil City
7-3
Semi Final Match : ( U-19 Boys)
Total Score
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jal. ByePass
v/s
Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Daad

Winner: Green Land Sr. Sec Public School, Jal. ByePass
42-28
Match : ( U-19 Girls)
Total Score
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jal. ByePass
v/s
GRD Academy, Hambran Road

Winner: Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jal. ByePass
16-4
Match : ( U-17 Boys)
Total Score
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Dugri

Winner: Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan
45-42

The final matches of all the teams will be played tomorrow.

 

LSSC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT DAY 3

In Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) - Basketball Tournament for (U-17 & U-19) Boys & Girls continued for the third day. In this tournament more than 30 teams of CBSE affiliated schools participated with vigour and enthusiasm. The matches were being played on knock out basis. The competition gave the players plenty of inspirational moments to discuss. They played and filled the hearts of everyone with the spirit of sportsmanship and unity.

The young and enthusiastic players of all teams enjoyed their segment of the tournament as they played against peers in exciting matches. The Basketball stars displayed their talents on the court and amazed spectators with their level of skill. Players proved that sports are not just for fun, they help to build one’s self -esteem and self -confidence in order to become most accomplished person.

The Principal of the school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara applauded the true spirit and grit of all the players. She emphasized that sports explore the hidden interest of the students more than the physical activity. Such events help children to build their confidence and also teach them the benefits of goal-setting and practice.

On the third day quarter and semi - final matches were played. Final matches of all categories will be played tomorrow.

Summary of Third Day Matches

Match U- 17 (Girls)
Total Score
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Dugri

Winner: International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
24 - 12
Match U-17 (Girls)
Total Score
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
v/s
Green Land Convent School, Civil City

Winner: Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
24-9
Match U-17 (Boys)
Total Score
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
v/s
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar

Winner: International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
21-17
Semi Final Match U-17 (Girls)
Total Score
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
v/s
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jal. Bye Pass

Winner: International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
36-24
Match U-19 (Girls)
Total Score
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
v/s
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar

Winner: Walk Over given to Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
 
Third Position Match U-19 (Girls)
Total Score
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
v/s
GRD Academy, Hambran Road

Winner: GRD Academy, Hambran Road
4-1
Semi Final Match U-17 (Boys)
Total Score
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan
v/s
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar

Winner: Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan
42-28
Third Position Match U-19 (Boys)
Total Score
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
v/s
Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Daad

Winner: Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
49-47
Semi Final Match U-17 (Boys)
Total Score
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jal. Bye Pass
v/s
GMT Public School, Jal. Bye Pass

Winner: Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jal. Bye Pass
26-22
Third Position Match U-17 (Boys)
Total Score
Green Land Convent, Civil City
v/s
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jal. Bye Pass

Winner: Green Land Convent, Civil City
12-11

 

LSSC BASKET BALL TOURNAMENT FINAL DAY





Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana culminated the series of Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) - Basketball Tournament for U-17 and U-19 boys and girls. It was an exciting tournament which went on for four days with full zest and fervor, highlighting the skill and spirit of sportsmanship of all the players. The Basketball courts and play grounds reverberated with the students excitedly competing and cheering the players of different schools.

Nitika, Navshaan, Sukhdeep, Paras & Tanveer from different schools led the tournament with maximum points. They were heavily supported with loud applause by the teachers as well as students throughout the tournament and this level of encouragement helped them to play with the extra zeal they needed. The performance of all the young players on the court exceeded some expectations and they were rewarded for their excellent enthusiasm.

In the closing ceremony, the Chairman of the Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the winning teams and motivated them to continue with the true spirit of games and inspired them to play with harmony and team spirit. He expressed his happiness and encouraged the budding players to possess high spirits for games and sports. He motivated the students to participate more in games for their all-round development. He congratulated the winning teams organizing staff on this accomplishment as well as to all the other teams in the tournament.

The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, gave a vote of thanks to all the school teams who participated in the tournament with the team spirit and zeal. She said that whether all participants have won a medal or not, but they are all winners. In a long run their active and continued participation in sports would pay them rich dividends in terms of fitness, well-being and happiness. She also appreciated the efforts of staff for organizing such a wonderful tournament and to students for maintaining discipline and decorum throughout the tournament.

The event ended with the Prize Distribution Ceremony in which winning teams, first & second runner up teams were given trophies & medals who exuberantly played under Boys (U-17 & U-19) & Girls (U-17 & U-19). Everyone was pleased to see that the competition was praised by the dignitaries and the participating teams." The competition turned out to be a massive success and every one was proud of their achievements. The ceremony ended with the singing of national anthem.

Summary of Final Day Matches

FINAL MATCH U- 17 (GIRLS)
Total Score
International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
v/s
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar

Winner: International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
38 - 19
FINAL MATCH U- 17 (BOYS)
Total Score
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
v/s
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan

Winner: Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
34-27
FINAL MATCH U- 19 (GIRLS)
Total Score
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
v/s
Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar

Winner: Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
24-21
FINAL MATCH U- 19 (BOYS)
Total Score
Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
v/s
Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan

Winner: Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
36-23

 

OVERALL POSITIONS

Category

Position

Name of School

U-17 Girls Winner International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
1st Runner Up Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
2nd Runner Up Green Land Convent School, Civil City
 
U-17 Boys Winner Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
1st Runner Up Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan
2nd Runner Up International Public School, Sandhu Nagar
 
U-19 Girls Winner Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
1st Runner Up Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar
2nd Runner Up GRD Academy, Hambran Road
 
U-19 Boys Winner Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Byepass
1st Runner Up Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan
2nd Runner Up Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar

 

Halloween Day




Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrating ‘Halloween Day’ with a fun filled exciting fancy dress parade in the Kindergarten wing (Pre-Nursery to K.G. class). The school transformed the campus into a ghoulish delight for the tiny tots.

During this event, kids in the unique attire were very happy. Superheroes, Fairies, Witches, Goblins and other interesting characters walked around with a thrill. Excited faces were seen everywhere as children posed for photographs. Few kids were excited to be in the costumes of their favourite horror characters as Dracula, witch, ghost, Bhoot Boss etc. They spoke few sentences on the character that they depicted and some of them tried to truly imitate the same. The effort and hard work of children was highly commendable. Children entertained audience who were watching with some Halloween songs and then proceeded to walk around the school parading their costumes.

Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti Pujara said that it was a delight to watch the children as they came up and spoke about their favourite horror character that they were dressed up as. She appreciated the students with their precious pearls of encouragement. She wished good luck to all tiny tots for their future endeavours.

On the whole, the day proved to be great fullfilled experience for the little ones and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents. The children had a wonderful time and they were seen smiling happily as they left the school.

 

National Unity Day (Rashtriya Ekta Diwas)






As an endeavour to solidify the bond of oneness and unification, Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the Birth Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhai Patel as National Unity Day (Rashtriya Ekta Diwas).

A special morning assembly was organized. The programme started with the impressive speeches by the students on the life, history and the role of Sardar Patel in the freedom struggle to establish a harmonious society. The school choir presented a patriotic song on National Unity. Also, a collaborative pledge on Peace and Solidarity was administered by the teachers and the students.

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara enlightened the students on the life and works of the Iron man of India. She told that he was a barrister, statesman and one of the founding fathers of the Republic of India. As being the first Home Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of India he played the most important role in the integration of many Indian princely states to make an Indian federation. He made huge efforts to restore the peace all across the nation and we all must follow his footsteps to maintain peace and harmony.

On the whole, the ideas of national integration, Unity in diversity, Federal structure etc. were subjects of discussion on the occasion.

 

Punjab State Open Karate Championship


Souravdeep Singh Walia, the student of VII std. of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana performed tremendously in Punjab State Open Karate Championship held at Sangrur. It is a matter of proud to mention that he bagged Second position by clinching the silver medal in the tournament.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated and blessed Souravdeep Singh for his achievement. She encouraged him by paising that if we practice hard, sky is the limit. She exhorted all the students to come forward and take interest in sports too if they want to touch the heights in life. She stated that such competitions give confidence and help one to move further in life.

Winner ‘Souravdeep Singh Walia’ with his glorious and outstanding achievement said that it was a moment of jubilation and exuberance for him when he proved his mettle by winning Silver medal.

 

LSSC Group Song Competition




Words make you think. Music makes you feel. A song makes you feel a thought.”

Owning this in mind, Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) Group Song Competition in Sh. Ram Labhaya Rudhra Auditorium at Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bye-Pass. Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman cum Director of Chain of Green Land Schools graced the occasion as the Chief Guest of this competition. Mr. Shabad Rudhra, President of the Trust, Mrs. Usha Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust and Dr. Vijayata, Director of Green Land Schools were the guests of honour. They were given a warm floral welcome by the school Principals Ms. Baldeep Pandher and Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. The competition commenced with the auspicious lighting of the sacred lamp followed by invoking on spiritual divine with the holy collection of ‘Vandana’.

The competition witnessed an extensive array of participation from more than 12 teams of various schools affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). A healthy competition based on inspirational songs was witnessed with full participation. Each team comprising of six to eight participants expressed their mastery over Tone & Pitch, Sense of Rhythm & Enunciation, Creativity, Cohesiveness, Costume & Make-Up and other important aspects of singing. The untiring efforts of children were a treat to watch.

The whole atmosphere echoed with melodious tunes of inspirational songs. The competitors came out with a variety of songs which pulled the heartstrings of the audience. All the young maestros sang to their level best and made the competition a great success. Great support was rendered by the audience and the songs Bandh Lo Bikhre Suron Ko, Zamin Salam Kare, Tum Samay Ki Ret Par, Ab Jag Utho Kamar Kaso, Ayo Hum Sab Hath Milayen, Suraj Badle Chanda Badle, Sabse Uncha Vijay Pataka etc. received applause for the mellifluous compositions and music.

The judges, Mrs. Harpreet Kaur from Arya College (Dept. of Music) and Mr. Neeraj thoroughly enjoyed the mellifluous group songs. They were impressed with the confidence, the tonal quality and the fervour with which they sang the inspirational songs. The Jury shared their views about the competition and gave fair judgement which was accepted by one and all without any discrepancies.

The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara welcomed all the school teams who participated in the competition with their immense interest and zeal. In her appreciation address to the school teams, she mentioned that Music as the universal art, plays an important part in developing life skills and such performances add to their confidence and respect towards their learning. She further thanked all the dignitaries for gracing the occasion and appreciated all the students and teachers for their active participation.

The Chairman of chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra addressed the august gathering and appreciated all the teams for their melodious singing. He said that Music is food for soul. He told that even when there was no life on the earth, music was heard. He corelated it with nature and said that music is voice of nature. In all eras music and instruments were part and parcel of all lords. In Satyug when Lord Brahma appeared, Maa Saraswati along with Naradmuni had veena with them. In Tretayug, to please lord Shiva, even Ravana used to play veena. In Dwaparyug, lord Krishna played flute and in Kalyug Guru Nanak gave us Gurubani and his devotees Bala and Mardna had a Rabab. So he ended with the message that God resides in music.

He announced the result of the competition & motivated the students with his encouraging words and bestowed his blessings upon them. He said that such events continuously provide a platform for aspiring singers to perform in front of the audience and enhance their singing skills.

The result of the competition is as under:
Winner Trophy was grabbed by Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bye pass, First Runner-up Trophy was clinched by Green Land Convent School, Dugri , Second Runner-up Trophy was bagged by Guru Nanak International Public School, Model Town and Appreciation Award was given to Green Land Convent School, Civil City.

All the luminaries heartily congratulated the winners and the participants. The Chief Guest gave away the prizes to all the winners. The program ended with the singing of National Anthem.

On the whole, the motive behind the Sahodaya Competition was successfully achieved and all the winners were in jubilant mood.

 

District level Table Tennis Tournament (dedicated to healthy Punjab)


The students of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar proved their mettle in the District level Table Tennis Tournament (dedicated to healthy Punjab) held at Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana. The Green Knights (U-18 Category girls) bagged Bronze Medal with their stupendous efforts. The winners Muskan, Chavvi, Harsimranjit, Pratiksha and Jaansheen were in jubilant mood by securing third position.

Elated with the achievement of the students Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their achievement and blessed them on their success while inspiring them to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She also stressed on the importance of Games and Sports in the development of a child.

 

District Level Karate Tournament


Students of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana performed tremendously in District Level Karate Tournament held at Government Girls School and brought positions in different categories. It is a matter of proud to mention that students bagged 3 Gold medals and 4 Silver medals in the tournament.

In under-19(Boys) category, Amzad and Jaannisar embarked their potential by bringing Gold and Silver medal respectively. In under – 17 (Boys) category, Rohit Mehra got Gold medal by performing stupendously in the tournament with high spirit and remarkable confidence. In under – 14 (Boys) category, Sameer Virdi bagged Gold medal and Abhijeet, Souravdeep & Princepreet were felicitated with Silver medals.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated them and appreciated their efforts and talents. She motivated them and said that the school always supports the students so they should continue playing enormously to enhance their skills required for the game and put whole hearted determination to bring laurel for the school and parents with their glorious and outstanding achievements through focus and concentration.

 

Dusshera Celebration


Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana adding fervor of spirituality & festivity, celebrated ‘Dusshera’ in the premises of the school. Students from P. Nsy - K.G. were attired in the costumes of Lord Rama, Lakshmana, Goddess Sita and Hanumaan. They did Colouring in the caricatures of Ravana, Meghnath & Kumbhkaran which were truly emphasizing the spirit of the festival ‘Victory of good over evil’.

Also the puppet show was organized depicting the effigies of Ravana, Meghnath & Kumbhkaran. The primary objective of the entire show was to convince the students that no matter how intelligent a person is, his pride will be the reason of his collapse. They were informed that Ravana was basically very intelligent. His knowledge was equal to the knowledge of ten heads. His ten heads are symbolic of his great wisdom. They were intimated how his single mistake overpowered and nullified his entire wisdom. So, ultimately the students were told to be genuine in their doings.

Hereafter, an unusual activity was conducted which held the children’s attention intact all throughout the event. Ten inauspicious qualities of Ravana in link with the modern time were illustrated in front of the young minds with the usage of placards. With the help of this activity it was very well summarized to the kids about the good and bad habits prevailing in our society.

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara enlightened the students with the history behind the festival. She congratulated the students for their stupendous performance and also motivated them to follow the path of truth, righteousness in their action and deeds as well.

Conclusively the celebration was aimed to inculcate religious, spiritual, moral aura among students which seemed to be personified in their gestures.

 

Third position in District Level Table Tennis Tournament


Students of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana emerged victorious by bringing Third position in District Level Table Tennis Tournament held recently at Guru Nanak Stadium. Winners of U-14 (Girls) i.e. Yashika, Prabhnoor, Ravneet and Hansikawere in high spirits after securing positions in the competition.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winning team and appreciated all the students for the stupendous efforts and their talents. She inspired them to keep on attaining laurels in future as well.

Winners with their glorious and outstanding achievement made the school and parents feel proud.

 

National Level Karate Tournament


Zealous and keen player, Souravdeep Singh of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana emerged victorious in National Level Karate Tournament held at Vivekanand High School, Pathankot. He was in high spirits after clinching Silver Medal in under-12 catergory. He performed exceptionally good and earned medal by playing with full vigour and zeal.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the young achiever for his stupendous performance and adding one more medal in the talent basket of the school. She encouraged him to participate more in games for his all-round development. She also motivated him to maintain such spirit and pursue his goals with determination.

Winner Souravdeep Singh with his glorious and outstanding achievement through focus and concentration made the teachers, coaches and parents feel proud.

 

Sana Rana winning the Punjab School District Karate Trials


Enthusiastic player, Sana Rana , the student of V std. of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar brought honour and laurels to the institution by winning the Punjab School District Karate Trials which was held at Govt. Girls School, Ludhiana. It is a matter of proud to mention that she has been selected for Punjab State Karate Tournament (Primary).

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Pujara congratulated and blessed Sana Rana on her success and inspired her to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. She encouraged her to keep on the good work and develop into wholesome personality.

 

2nd Ptako Open National Karate Championship


The students of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar proved their mettle in the 2nd Ptako Open National Karate Championship held at Guru Guru Nanak Stadium, Ludhiana. The Green Knight Jaan-Nisar Alam (U-18) bagged Gold Medal with his stupendous efforts. In Under- 12 category, Suhani Thakur and Aditya clinched the bronze medal by securing third position.

Elated with the achievement of the students Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winners for their achievement and wished them luck for the upcoming tournaments. She appreciated them for their hardwork and dedication and also stressed on the importance of Games and Sports in the development of a child.

 

National Postal Day



Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana observed ‘National Postal Day’ to create awareness among students about the importance of postal services in our lives. In this context, students wrote compassionate and warm-hearted messages & wishes on Navratras for their family members on postcards and inland letters in the school. They posted these postcards and inland letters to their homes/relatives to generate a broader awareness about Indian Postal services role. Students were excited and thrilled to perform this activity because this activity helped them to express their thoughts and feelings which they kept the most suppressed.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara applauded the efforts of the students to mark this day informative and creative. She said that in recent times when e-mails and SMS have somewhat replaced the conventional system of letters and post cards, the school took an effort to enliven this medium of interpersonal communication. She briefed the students about the postal services provided by the postal department and also told about the procedure of sending letters with this mass letter writing event.

The celebration was aimed at reconnecting the future generation to the living heritage - the Indian Postal System and indeed was a great step to revive the fallen glory of the postal department.

On the whole, the day was informative, creative, inspiring and exhilarating.

 

Dilkash Selected in Ludhiana District Cricket Association


Passionate and keen player, Dilkash, the student of VIII std. of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana has been selected in Ludhiana District Cricket Association out of 250 aspirants who attended these trials. He added one more feather to his cap which is a matter of pride to mention.

Dilkash has always been appreciated for his all-rounder performance in zonal as well as district level cricket tournaments. In session 2017-18 & 2018-19 he represented school cricket team in District Level Tournament and won Gold medal by securing first position. He was also selected in PCA trials in session 2017-18.

Chairman of the school, Dr. Rajesh Rudra congratulated Dilkash on his achievement and inspired him to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. He highlighted the fact that the school continues its legacy of producing State and National level players in sports arena. 

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Pujara congratulated the young achiever for his stupendous performance. She blessed the jubilant ‘Dilkash’ on his success and achievement. She encouraged him to reach far greater heights and said that, "The three pillars of cricket - discipline, determination and devotion - can not only guide one in cricket but in one's life."

Dilkash was in high spirit as left no stone unturned during practice to make his dreams come true.

 

CBSE CLUSTER NORTH ZONE - II (CHESS TOURNAMENT)


Enthusiastic and energetic players of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana embarked their potential by bringing positions in CBSE Cluster NORTH Zone –II held at Haryana (Dist. Jind) from 30th September to 2nd October, 2018.

Arunav, Deepanshu, Rohit and Tushar emerged victorious in chess Team by clinching Bronze Medal for getting third position in U-19 (Boys) category. Students were in high spirits after securing positions and clinching medals in the competition and said it was a cut throat competition.

Chairman of the school, Dr. Rajesh Rudra appreciated the students for their hardwork and dedication towards the game. He said that the school hopes to get many more such victories in upcoming tournaments.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Pujara congratulated the winning students and appreciated them for the stupendous efforts and their talents.  She motivated them to progress their skills and involvement in the game will help them to flourish in future.

Winners with their glorious and outstanding achievements through focus and concentration made the teachers and parents feel proud.

 

CBSE Cluster XVI TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT


Star players of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana embarked their potential by bringing positions in CBSE Cluster XVI held at Amritsar from 27th to 30th September, 2018.
The students emerged victorious in Table Tennis Tournament in different categories of Girls.
In table tennis tournament U-17 (Girls), Jaansheen, Muskan, Pratiksha won third position.
In U-19 (Girls) Chhavi and Harsimranjeet bagged third position by clinching the Bronze Medal.

Students were in high spirits after securing positions in the competition. They said it was a cut throat competition.

Chairman cum Director of the Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the winning teams and inspired them to play with harmony and team spirit. He encouraged the students to participate more in games for their all-round development. He further added that sports rejuvenate the mind and soul & helps in the overall development of the child.

Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara congratulated the winners and applauded their relentless efforts. She also motivated them to maintain such team spirit and pursue their goals with determination.

Students of Green Land Convent School made the teachers and parents feel proud with their glorious and outstanding performance as they had extremely performed well in all the tournaments.

 

World Smile Day




Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated ‘World Smile Day’ keeping the words of Harvey Ball (an artist from Massachusetts created the smiley face in 1963) in mind as he thought that people should devote one day each year to smiles and kind acts throughout the world.

Students celebrated this day by drawing colourful smilies and embraced themselves by wearing it as a badge on uniforms. They distributed handmade smiley faces to their teachers and other staff members. They also wrote a few lines about what makes them smile. Students participated with great zeal and learnt that a smiling face can make a difference by just being caring and compassionate.

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara applauded the generosity of students. She said that Smiley is a symbol recognized throughout the world as something good and kindness is in the school’s code of ethics so this day is a perfect fit. She further highlighted the prominence of smile, as it pacifies and adds the charm to the bearers personality, on the contrary it soothes the soul of others. It is the foremost part of personality, it brushes down all the artificial blushers.

The innocent faces with mesmerizing smiles on faces conveyed the message that ‘The world is still a better place to live in, unless we strive to maintain it so’.

 

World Animal Day





Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated World Animal Day to incite curiosity and the love for animals in children. Teachers of pre-primary narrated stories such as The Hare And The Tortoise, The Fox And The Goat, The Lion And The Boar, The Monkey And His Heart, The Elephant And The Dog, The Lion and the Rabbit etc. to share information about different animals and how to take care of them in the form of moral stories.

To captivate the children’s attention and make the narration interesting, the narrators donned the avatars of the characters and used aids like charts, puppets and power point presentations. Children found it really interested and engrossed in the stories which was told to them with creative gestures and facial expressions. The appropriate use of voice modulation and body language infused passion, enhanced imagination and expression and introduced children to new horizons of storytelling.

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Pujara said that animals have feelings just like humans and teasing an animal is cruel. We should have respect for animals just as much as everything else because they are a creation of God and it is our duty to protect animals and show genuine care and concern for them. She insisted students to enjoy Animal planet channel on television. Also, one must visit a real wildlife preserve where one can see and learn about local flora and fauna.

 

Surgical Strike Day




As per C.B.S.E instruction Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar celebrated Surgical Strike Day to mark the second anniversary of the Indian Army's strike against terror cells across the Line of Control in Pakistan-occupied Kashmir. The basic objective behind celebrating the day was to commemorate the valour and sacrifice of the armed forces. A special morning assembly was organised where students were made aware about surgical strike. School choir enthralled everyone with patriotic songs.

Students were shown video clippings on the life of soldiers. Handmade cards of appreciation to soldiers were also made with heart touching messages such as "We are proud of our brave hearts soldiers and salute the Indian Army", "I love you Indian Army. I want to say just one thing, you are the loveliest soul on entire earth because you help, care, and safeguard us from the threat we are facing due to political, natural and egoist reasons", "Soldiers are the biggest strength of any country. We thank our heroes who have given their lives serving and protecting the nation."

Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Pujara said that we bow our heads in honour of all those soldiers who have sacrificed their lives for our nation. She motivated the students to join the armed forces in future and serve the country in an elite manner.

 

Inter School Fancy Dress Competition and Grandparents Singing Competition


Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized “An Inter School Fancy Dress Competition and Grandparents Singing Competition” for the students and grandparents of Play way schools in which more than 150 tiny tots and 50 grandparents from different Play way schools participated with vigour and enthusiasm. It was held in the school campus to channelize the positive and vibrant energy among the little ones from two to five years of age and their grandparents.

The occasion was presided over by the Chairman of the Chain of Green Land Schools Dr. Rajesh Rudhra and Mrs. Usha Rudhra the General Secretary of the trust. They were given a warm floral welcome by the Principal of the school Dr. Jyoti Pujara. The Principals of all Play schools were special invitees. Those who graced the occasion were Ms. Jaspreet from Genius Play way, Ms. Seema Lamba from Sunflower Play way, Ms. Rinku Sharma from Ridham Shishuvatika, Ms. Ridhi Jain from Kids Care, Ms. Meera Garg from Disney World, Ms. Jyoti Behl from Little Rose Play way, Ms Mona Jain from Little Wonders Play way, Ms. Kanika Soni from Kids Play way, Mr. Rajvinder Singh from Star Kid’s Zone, Ms. Kavita Jindal from Cute Angel Play way.

The cultural programme based on Grandparents Day celebrations commenced with scintillating Welcome Dance by the tiny tots followed by Shiv Vandana depicting obeisance to the Almighty. The other mesmerizing performances of the evening were “The circle of Love, Happy Family, Giddha etc. It was followed by a patriotic choreography on ‘Swachch Bharat’ / ‘Save nature Save future’ remembering the message given by Father of Nation, Mahatma Gandhi.

The chief attraction of today’s programme was Inter School Fancy Dress Competition in which the small kids showcased their talent and confidence on stage. They looked exuberant and charming in their colourful costumes of Doremon, Spiderman, Solider, Chota Bheem, Barbie doll, Fairy, Mango, Book, Doctor, Traffic light, Pollybag, Whatsapp, Save trees, Maggi, Pollution, Donate your eyes etc. The prize winners were awarded with First, Second , Third and Appreciation Award as they set the stage on fire with their mesmerizing performances. All the participants were also awarded with participant trophies as they all were uniquely winners. The principals of all the pre-schools were also discretely honoured with the token of gratitude by the pious hands of Chairman of School.

It was a delight to watch the enthralling extravaganza where grandparents were the center of attraction during singing competition. In this vibrant atmosphere, one could see the skills and talent of the grandfather and grandmother. The event proved to be a great platform to come together and share their love.

The Chairman of the school, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra gave away the prizes to all the winners and applauded the efforts of the staff for organizing such a grand show and appreciated the guest schools in preparing and nurturing their kids with such affection and tender. He also highlighted that in today’s era it is very important to emphasize on all round developments of kids and extended his heartfelt wishes to all the invitees. 

The Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara also extended her warm greetings to the guest schools and wished them to uphold the great responsibility in future too. She congratulated all the prize winners and highlighted the achievements of the school in the field of academics, sports and co-curricular activities. She further highlighted the role of Play school and good schooling as strong pillars in a child’s life. 
The result of Inter School Fancy Dress Competition and Grandparents Singing Competition is as follows:

INTER SCHOOL FANCY DRESS COMETITION
POSITION NAME OF THE PARTICIPANT NAME OF THE SCHOOL
FIRST JASNOOR SINGH GREEN LAND CONVENT SCHOOL
ANSH LITTLE ROSE KIDS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
RAGHAV VERMA KIDS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
PARNEET KAUR DISNEY WORLD PLAYWAY SCHOOL
SECOND ATISHAY JAIN LITTLE WONDERS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
HAZAL KIDS KARE PLAYWAY SCHOOL
DIYA CHOPRA GENIUS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
AARAV GARG GREEN LAND CONVENT SCHOOL
THIRD NAMYA JAIN LITTLE WONDERS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
MANKIRAT SINGH KIDS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
VIDISHA SARDA LITTLE ROSE PLAYWAY SCHOOL
AARAV JOHRA GREEN LAND CONVENT SCHOOL
APPRECIATION AWARD KESHAV KUMAR KIDS KARE PLAYWAY SCHOOL
PRANAV KALRA RIDHAM SHISHUVATIKA PLAYWAY
BHAWIKA SUNFLOWER PLAYWAY SCHOOL
GURMANDEEP SINGH GREEN LAND CONVENT SCHOOL
ANSHDEEP SINGH CUTE ANGELS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
ISHANVEER SINGH STAR KIDS ZONE PLAYWAY SCHOOL

Grandparents Singing Competition
POSITION NAME OF THE PARTICIPANT
(Grandparent)
NAME OF THE GRANDCHILD NAME OF THE SCHOOL
FIRST MS. SHANTI SACHDEVA ANNIE/ KRIDAY  
SECOND MS. LAJJO CHAUDHARY VIHAAN CHAUDHARY KIDS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
THIRD MS. BOLI THAKUR AAVYA THAKUR STAR KIDZ ZONE
MS. RENU JAIN BHAVYA JAIN KIDS PLAYWAY SCHOOL
APPRECIATION AWARD MS. SAVITRI SARDA VIDISHA SARDA LITTLE ROSE PLAYWAY SCHOOL
MS. KRISHNA DEVI    

On the whole, a sense of satisfaction and expression of pride could be seen on the smiling countenance of tiny tots and their grandparents.

 

Grandparents Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the ‘Grandparents Day’ at its campus showing love and affection to the Grandparents. Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman cum Director of Chain of Green Land Schools graced the occasion as the Chief Guest of this prestigious ceremony. Mr. Shabad Rudhra, President of the Trust, Mrs. Usha Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust and Dr. Vijayata & Mrs. Vinita Sanan Director Green Land Schools were the guest of honour. They were accorded a warm floral welcome by the Principal of the school Dr. Jyoti Pujara. The other dignitaries gracing the occasion were the Principals of all Green Land Schools, Mrs. Baldeep Pandher, Mrs. Manpreet, Mrs. Ritu and the eminent members of the School Management Committee. Mr. Rahul Bir Mrs. Shivangi Bir.

All the dignitaries, grandparents and parents were given a cordial welcome by the school band. To mark this day students of all classes right from the tiny tots of Pre-Nursery to the young ones of class III welcomed their grandparents with rose sticks showing warmth and gratitude. The programme commenced with the lighting of the Ceremonial lamp by the Honourable Chief Guest escorted by the other dignitaries followed by invoking on spiritual divinity with the holy collection of ‘Vandana’.

The welcome speech by Harleen and Sanvi symbolizing the feeling of togetherness was worth listening. The school orchestra team enthralled the audience. The harmonious chords of musical instruments created audible magic for one and all. The welcome song was sung exhibiting the elation of the students followed by beautiful Rhymes sung by kids. Also, the little ones dedicated loving sweet lines to their grandparents.

A wonderful display of talent was witnessed through the dance number ‘Lovely Granparents’, which befitted the theme of the show. The performance left the audience gaping at the incredible display of talent. It was also a delight to watch tiny tots in colourful attires dancing on the floor.

The vibrancy of the dance performed on the theme Happy Family was such that the grandparents were overwhelmed to the point of actually willing to join in and be participative in the dance.

SkitMool Nalo Vyaj Pyara was an enactment of the idea that how much more one loves the grand-children than the children themselves. It was the most riveting performance given by young children which won an unceasing applause from the audience.

The fun, thrill, energy and challenge seemed to grow endlessly with the Grandparents Singing Competition – “Jashan – E– Sur”. Each grandparent was enveloped in his own new space and belting out the song he/she had prepared, giving it his/her best go. Some of their songs were so melodious that they transported everyone to another realm.

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