Wednesday, September 21, 2011

World Peace Day Celebrated by the Hallmarkites

 by Haryananewswire
In today's world when violence is overpowering every section of the society. The World is ablazed with anti social acts, riots, bomb-blasts, etc. The little hands at the Hallmark, Public School joined each other to pledge for peace.
 The day was celebrated by wearing White Dove badges; the international insignia of the World Peace Day. In an effort to bring the poles apart culture under one roof and as our one more step towards the universal brotherhood, Ines, a German intern has been invited. She will be working here for a few months and introduce the students with the German culture.
 Director Jivtesh Garg and Principal Kavita Wadhwa expressed that there is a dire need to integrate moral values in our day to day life. Teaching-Learning process in the school also accentuates the idea of ‘peace, not pieces’ in its true spirit.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Grand Parents Day celebrated

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Shemrock Bliss,  Ratpur Colony, Pinjore celebrated Grand Parents Day with great pleasure. The programme began with the Gayatri Mantra performedby the tiny tots. Various activities were also organised in the school by the students to show gratitude towards the grandparents.
 Grandparents shared their experiences which were quite touching. A number of games like ties of love, vegetables cart, household tips, Cinderella feet and passing the parcel etc. were organised for the grandparents. Grandparents whole heartedly participated in all the games and enjoyed every bit of fun moments they spent with their grand children  and the staff of the school.
Director of school Mrs. Teenu Jolly welcomed the grandparents and also thanked them for having happy healthy and long life.
The winners of the various games were awarded  prizes. Refreshments were also  served to the grandparents. Grandparents were highly appreciative of the initiative taken by the school to honour them and make feel loved and cared for.

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Teachers Eligibility test postponed to Nov 5 and 6

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The Teacher Eligibility Test, which was scheduled to be held on September 24 and 25 has been postponed to November 5 and 6,2011.
          While stating this today, the Secretary of Haryana School Education Board, Mr Shekher Vidyarthi said that the test for category-3 (Lecturers) would be conducted on November 5, 2011 between 11 a.m. and 12.30 pm and for category-1 (for teachers from class 1 to 5) it would be conducted on November 6 between 11 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. Similarly, for category-2 (for teachers from class 6 to 8), the test would be held on November 6 between 2.30 p.m. and 4 p.m.
          He said that admit cards would be sent to all eligible candidates prior to the examination, who had submitted their duly filled in application forms by the prescribed date. He advised all candidates to remain in touch with Board’s website from where they could get latest updated information regarding the test.

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Two-hour painting competitions in Haryana schools

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
 Director, School Education, Haryana, Mr Vijayendra Kumar said that all school headmasters or principals have been asked to organise painting competitions of two hours duration introduced  at school level for the students of IV, V  and VI standards by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Union Ministry of Power.
          He said that for painting competition, students could pick any of the three theme topics which included save electricity to avoid power cuts, use energy with care and the less you burn, the more you earn.
          He said that the students could use pencils, crayons, colour pencils and water colours. While painting, they should keep in mind relevance of the theme depicting the selected topic, execution of concept or theme and overall visual appeal, handling of given space and use of appropriate colour combination.
          Mr Vijayendra Kumar said that school headmasters or principals have been asked to select two best paintings and send them along with information about number of students participated at school level competition to the address of State Nodal Officer by October 4, 2011. 
The back of the painting should carry the name of the student, his or her standard, school name and address, state, father's or mother's name, roll number, school located in urban or rural area, telephone or mobile number of parent’s e-mail ID of student,if any, school telephone number or mobile number or e-mail address and signature of the school principal.
          Paintings not signed by the school principal or sent directly by student's parents would not be accepted, he added.
          Mr Vijayendra Kumar said that all the participating students at school level painting competition would get a 'Certificate of Participation' and two best selected paintings would get 'Certificate of Merit' which would be signed by School Principal and Director General — Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), Ministry of Power. The schools which would record 100 per cent participation in the IV, V and VI standards,as applicable, at the school level painting competition, their names would be included in the painting competition booklet prepared by BEE, he added.
          He said that first, second and third prize winners of State level painting competition of the last two years (2009 and 2010) were not eligible to participate in this year competition. The consolation prize winners of State level Painting Competition might participate, but they would be considered for prizes if they won first, second and third prize at the State level.

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

HAU trekkers return from Mount Jagatsukh

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
A contingent of 23 mountaineers of CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar returned after successful high altitude trekking to Mount. Jagatsukh (5303m) in Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh.
          On arrival at the campus yesterday, the Vice-Chancellor, Dr. K.S. Khokhar and Director, Students' Welfare, Dr. Ram Kumar Yadav greeted the contingent and congratulated them for this success.
          Dr. Mukesh Saini, President, CCSHAU  mountaineering Club who led the team said that during 10-day expedition, the group which included Arun Janu, Manoj, Neha Mittal, Pradeep, Manish, Praveen, Ashutosh, Vikram, Kirtipal, Yashdev, Swati, Jyoti, Narender, Ashok, Hiralal, Shashikant, Vipesh, Prabhat, Navish, Manoj, Gurmesh, Padam and Anil also trekked to Chandartal lake (4480m) near Mount. Deo Tibba (6001m). The trekkers also performed adventurous activities like river crossing and monkey crawling, he said.

Monday, September 12, 2011

MDU counselling schedule for admission to vacant seats

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Maharshi Dayanand University(MDU),Rohtak has issued counselling schedule for admission to vacant and left over seats in M.Tech., B.Tech.(2ndyear LEET) and B.Tech.(1st year-ECE, CSE, ME, Bio-tech, Civil and Electrical courses.
          While stating this today, a spokesman of the University said that counselling for admission to M.Tech. course would be conducted on September 14 and for admission to B.Tech.(2ndyear LEET) on September 15. Similarly, counselling for admission to B.Tech.(1st year) for the candidates having AIEEE rank upto 2.5 lakh would be conducted on September 16 and for those having rank above 2.5 lakh on September 17. If the seats still remained vacant, the counselling would be conducted on September 30.

Sunday, September 11, 2011

Shermrock Smiles celebrates Grandparents Day

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Shemrock Smiles Prep. School, MDC, Panchkula,was blessed with the presence of grandparents celebrating grand parents day with  moments filled with love and nostalgia.. The grandparents were welcomed with tilak and flower petals were showred on them. 
The teachers of the school extended  warm welcome to them. The programme commenced with the little children reciting the gayatri mantra.
 Number of games like folds of love, office champion,  grand parents ka super star were organised for the grand parents in which they participated whole heartedly and enjoyed a lot. 
Winners were declared for all the games and prizes were give by the Director Teenu Jolly. She also thanked the grandparents for their presence at the function thus, making it  day full of memorable moments. Grand parents were also served snacks and tea.
Our seniors have  vast experience with  lot many year  behind them, so the grand parents shared their  ancedotes and experiences during the function and enriched the children and teachers with their pearls of wisdom.

Monday, September 5, 2011

Dipsites from Pinjore express their gratitude on Teacher’s Day

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

The air was full of fragrance of flowers gifted to the teachers by the respectful and affectionate students of all classes. They also expressed their heartfelt gratitude in words and through colours on the handmade cards which were presented to their loving teachers.
A short cultural program
was also prepared by the children comprising shalokkocharar ‘Gurur Brahama…’– a semi classical
dance. The poems and the speeches prepared expressed their heartfelt thanks conveyed with zeal.
The management arranged a sumptuous a south breakfast in honour of the Teachers for their
dedication and devotion for this noble profession.
A movie was an added attraction of the celebrations.
The Principal Mr. Samson Masih was thanked by all the teachers day card and a bouquet was presented
to him for being the Teacher’s Teacher and the mentor whose guidance is always sought and required to
reach the goals.
The Principal also congratulated all the teachers on this ‘Their’ day and urged them to put in their best
and guide the students entrusted to their care in the right direction.

Teacher's day celebrated at DAV Public Surajpur

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Exuberance and extremely  lively atmosphere was in the air with the teachers and students all joined together, singing and merry making on the occasion of Teachers’ Day Celebrations at DAV Senior Public School, Surajpur on  September  5 in the school premises.
 The day that commenced on the holy note of lighting of lamp, tilak ceremony of the teachers gathered  a memento a memento with the cutting of the cake by the teachers amidst loud cheers that were followed by dancing and singing by the students. A game for the teachers was held wherein the teachers were supposed to identify the song on orchestra and sing it .
 Principal R.P. Anand while speaking on the occasion apprised the students with the significance of the day.
 School  teachers  Dr. Renu Sood,  Sarita Yadav, Neeru Arora, Anju Paul, Anju Sharma, Reenu Soni, Harsh Ohri, Laxmi Khurana, PC Dhiman, Parveen Garg, Shashi Gupta, Shushma Khosla were also awarded for their contributions towards the academics in the school.
Co-ordinator  Junior Wing Sukhjeevan Sharma honoured Principal R.P. Anand on this occasion
 Mrs. Shashi Gupta, Dean CCA  too gave inspiring speech  and blessed the students.
 The celebration concluded with the lunch and gifts for the teachers.

Teacher's Day at Hallmark School

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
September 5, is commemorated as Teacher's Day all over the nation. The day is celebrated as birthday of Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan, who himself was an institution for teachers and role model for the students. It was celebrated with great enthusiasm  at Hallmark Public School, where the students prepared gratitude cards for their teachers and welcomed them with flowers. 
The students vowed that they will always follow the path shown by their teachers and the teachers too blessed them. The Principal Kavita Wadhwa addressed them on the occasion and motivated them to adhere teaching as their profession, as this is the profession which produces the professionals of all other fields.
Director Jivtesh Garg, acknowledged that a teacher plays a vital role in the future building of a student and this relation should be life long. 

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Applications invited for best Youth Award

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
  The Haryana Sports and Youth Affairs Department has invited applications for the district and state level best Youth Award and Best Youth Organization Award for the year 2010-11.
        While giving this information here today, a spokesman of the department said that the youth and youth clubs or organizations that have rendered notable services in the field of health, family welfare, industrial training, women empowerment, culture, sports, social welfare, cleanliness drive etc are eligible for the awards.
He said that the best youth award at State and district level would be given on the basis of achievement of past one year while the best youth organization or youth club award would be given for the achievement of last three years. She said that the best youth award carries a cash prize of Rs. 3000, the best youth organization or club award carries a cash prize of  Rs. 5000 while the best youth organization award at State level carries a cash prize of Rs. 20,000 which would be given after the approval of district and state level selection committees.
        While giving details about the eligibility criteria, he said that the applicant should be between 15 to 35 years of age and for the best youth organization award it should be registered under the registration Act 1860 for the last three years. She said that preference would be given to those youth clubs or organizations that are associated with the Sports and Youth Affairs department, Haryana and also contributed in the implementation of departmental activities at village level, she added.
        He said that the applicant could send their nominations along with the newspaper clippings, appreciation letter, certificates and all the relevant proofs of their achievements to the office of concerned District Sports and Youth Affairs Officer by September 13, 2011.

Dharma House win Inter-House Bhajjan competition

 by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Inter House Bhajan Singing Competetion  was held in the junior winng of DAV Senior Public School, Surajpur, Pinjore, Panchkula. Students of Dharma, Ahimsa, Vivek and Satya house participated in the competetion.
Soulful bhajans sung with great devotion and profundity reverberrated the premises inviking the mighty GOD.
Principal Mr R.P.Anand applanded the students for giving such soul-stirring performances.
Love, Harmony, Brotherhood are the essence of humanity, so, these qualities should be instilled in a child early, said co-ordinator Mr. Sukhjeevan Sharma.
Mrs Shashi Gupta, Incharge co-curricular activities, who was also present as a judge stressed the importance of such cultural activities at school level.
Concluding the programme Sadan Co-ordinator Mrs Aradhna Khanna declared the results of the competetion which are as under:-
Dharma House won the first position by winning 40 points and Satya House bagged Second position by winning 30 points meanwhile Vivek and Ahimsa stood third and fourth.