To honour womanhood, The Jain International School, Bangarpet organized the International Women’s Day on 8th March 2021 virtually as well as in the school campus. The welcome speech was addressed by Ms. Annapurna H N, to inspire and encourage all the women to keep excelling consistently and keep moving every time. The significance of the day was highlighted by the speech rendered by Ms. Rajamani, Mr. Rohith Mishra, and Ms. Hemavathi.
Many events were organized which included highlighting about the significance of women in every aspect of life. Melodious song was rendered by Ms. Anitha Mary followed by Harikatha performance by Ms. Arathi V. At Virtual women's day celebration, the little champs of the school presented the invocation song. The entertainment quotient was added through fashion show where the mother's presented themselves dressed in traditional attire of various states of India. The parents were given an opportunity to speak about womanhood. The virtual celebration of women's day was indeed a grand success.
The Macmillan Education and Rhapsody had organized art Contest-Rhapsody Online Challenges for kids (7-15years) with the theme - online classes. TJIS, Bangarpet always encourages student’s participation in the competition for their holistic development. Notably, the competition was organized to observe the ongoing online education. Many students from various schools around the country participated in the competition. The winners of the competition were announced in the art conclave workshop conducted on 6th February 2021 by Macmillan Education. We are proud to announce that Moksha LS student of grade 10 has been selected in the top 10 list. The student showcased her talent and creativity through painting. The competition was like an extravagance for the painters and spectators as well, as the participants have used their brilliance of painting blended with the perception displayed on the painting sheet.
To promote the singing talents of students, a solo singing competition titled ‘Voice of TJIS’ was organized by The Jain International School, Bangarpet for children of grade 1 to 10 on 29th January 2021. The competition was held in two categories, juniors, and seniors. Due to the pandemic following the guidelines of the government and the safety of children the competition was conducted on a virtual platform.
The budding singers put up the amazing show with their enthralling performance and mesmerized the audience present in the show with their melodious voice. The occasion was graced by the esteem presence of our principal. The competition was judged by principal Ms. Annapurna H N, parent-judge, Ms. Sowmya, Admin staff Mr. Sunil and Mr. Amos. The participants were judged based on their melody, rhythm, tone quality, and expression. The mellifluous songs pulled the heartstrings of the judges and audience. All our young maestros who took part in the competition made the competition a great success.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, TJIS celebrated 72nd Republic Day by organizing cultural programs and competitions like essay writing, skits, speech, debate, patriotic song, and dance through an online platform. Students commemorated the event by sharing quotes of the great freedom fighters in their speech and highlighted the importance of the constitution and its unique features such as Sovereign, Socialist, Secular, Democratic and Republic enshrined in the preamble of the constitution. The speech was followed by the National Anthem, various other representations of the classical art forms in the different dances and songs performed by the students, giving a glimpse of the diversity in unity of the nation and Guard of Honour. The program ended with the message to create a great nation through collective efforts from all individuals. Today, let us remember the golden heritage of our country and feel proud to be a part of India.
The Jain International School, Bangarpet organized Cyclothon on 26th January 2021 on the occasion of Republic Day, to showcase the importance of fitness in the student's life. On the occasion of Republic Day, TJIS Bangarpet hosted the flag followed by the national anthem. In continuation, the students took part in the cycle marathon and bagged prizes. The main aim of this event was to create awareness for the students regarding the importance of physical fitness and to boost the immune system to stay fit. Social distancing protocols were observed during the event.
"Arise! Awake! and stop not until the goal is reached." - Swami Vivekananda. Looking at the current challenges, humanity ground is facing the pandemic and climate change which is dealt with combined global action. In such a state, the involvement of young people has to be addressed efficiently. Therefore, TJIS celebrated the National Youth Day on 12th January 2021 to commemorate the birthday of Swami Vivekananda through an online platform. Swami Vivekananda is a great inspiration for all National Youth in the world. He was a social reformer, philosopher, spiritual igniter, and thinker.
The main objective of the celebration is:
The program started with the speech followed by recitations, essay-writing competition, and seminars by grade 9 and grade 10 students. To inspire the Indian youth’s writings and lectures of Swami Vivekananda were also performed by the students. Students enthusiastically participated in competitions and expressed their views and ideas on Swami Vivekananda. The intention behind celebrating the National Youth Day is to empower young people through the life and ideas of Swami Vivekananda.
We at TJIS are not far behind during the COVID-19 pandemic to reach the students and the parents with various strategies for the continuity of distance education. At TJIS, we believe in working with students to create future global citizens who are not only well educated but also well-rounded. Both parents and students actively participated in various activities conducted. To help students prepare better for real life, the school conducted workshops and seminars covering both academic and pastoral aspects such as life safety measures to be followed during COVID-19, life skills, time management, and career counseling. Projects like Go Green and COVID-19 gave the students hands-on experience and a clear understanding of their role in an interconnected global community. Students enjoyed the celebration of World Environment Day, International Yoga Day, Grand Parents Day, Independence Day, Gandhi Jayanti and Navaratri with the family members during the COVID-19 pandemic staying home and safe.
TJIS celebrated Guru Poornima indoors without any gatherings, which was the main step to fight against pandemic situation. Speeches and sholkas from the Bhagavatgita and puranas were recited by students, which highlighted the importance of the Guru in our lives. Students were also seen paying respect to their parents by touching their feet and taking the blessings of their first guru in their life.
Unlike every year, this year the Yoga Day celebration at TJIS, Bangarpet was different. The Covid-19 pandemic has pushed the celebrations of International Yoga Day 2020 indoors. The theme this year for the celebrations too has been kept on similar lines to spread the message of "Yoga at Home and Yoga with Family". The students and teachers joined the celebrations from their residence with their family and friends. This year Yoga Day was a challenging time, so it went on smoothly indoors without any gatherings, which was an important step in the fight against Covid-19.
Though pandemic-COVID19 has kept the students and stakeholders away from the four walls of the school. But Technology indeed brought us geographically much closer than we thought. The Jain International School celebrated the World Environment Day on 5th June 2020 through their online classes conducted by their class teachers. With the theme as Go vocal for local and to promote the sustainable living for a progressive outlook. The children were encouraged to research locally prepared products and to speak about the same, to create awareness and for promoting Made in India products.
The Environmental Day program challenged the students to develop Entrepreneurship and sense of belongingness and of course patriotism. The program began with an Invocation song, Talk, Debate, slogans writing, poster making, advertising the local products so on. The parents were also part of the program which was an encouraging aspect. The program was attended by Mr. Mahendra Munoth, Managing Trustee of JGI inspired the students.
TJIS celebrated National Youth Day i.e., the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda on 13 January 2020. The event serves as an opportunity to raise awareness of challenges and the role of youth in creating a violent free society.
The program began with anecdotes on ideals and philosophy of ‘Swami Vivekananda’ for which he lived and worked. Swami Vivekananda stands tall as a great source of inspiration for the Indian youth. The students delivered the speech in the morning assembly highlighting Swami Vivekananda Talk at the parliament of the World’s Religions in Chicago which glorified India’s name and fame. The event ended with skit, quiz and role play by the students.
School fetes are one of the most anticipated times of the whole academic year. It is a time for rejoicing and celebrating. Every kid in school looks forward to this day with the utmost enthusiasm and fervor.
The 'Art and Cultural Fair' was celebrated by the TJIS on 10 January 2020 with great excitement, joy and fun. Stalls were headed by teachers and accompanied by students. There were slides, games, eat out, food joints and many stalls for the games. The whole concept of the fair was to provide a platform for experiencing trade, learn business skills, develop entrepreneurship and understand the economics of the country. The Bajji Stall and Greens Stall by grade 3 teachers and students won the hearts of stakeholders of the school.
The much-awaited Annual Sports Meet was held on 23 December 2019, with great zeal, excitement, and frolicsome atmosphere. The program began with the Principal Ms. Annapurna H N welcoming the esteemed gathering and emphasized on the Importance of sports in a child’s life.
The chief guests Mr. Jagadish Reddy, Sub Inspector of Police, Mr. Kempaiya, BEO, Mr. Mahender Kumar, Managing Trustee, Mr. Vinod Jain, Coordinator, and Ms. Annapurna H N, Principal took the salute of the impressive March past of the students, coupled with some stirring marching music by the band. The spirit of the occasion was in the air and began with the oath being administered by the sports captain. The chief guest spoke about the Importance of having self-belief, being focused and goal-oriented.
The most intriguing aspect of the event was the splendid field drill, involving mass student participation by all the four housed Siddhi, Spoorthi, Srishti, and Shakthi. The students of grade 5 to 10 competed in events including running race, relays, and open race. They sprayed on the field, a riot of hues, and radiance. Siddhi house received the maximum points and bagged the best house trophy.
Integrity club is a co-curricular activity to rekindle human values in school children right from formative years. The overall objective of the club is to influence positive change within the school so that integrity becomes an implicit in school culture and carry forwarded by all the stake holders.The club was inaugurated on 13 December 2019 in association with BEML KGF by Shri Vidhya Bhushan Kumar, IFS Chief Vigilance Officer BEML Limited.
Shri Vidhya Bhushan Kumar sir appreciated the initiative taken by the school in spreading the concept of vigilance in the true spirit of “Integrity – a way of life”. The program began with planting of a sapling by the chief guest followed by invocation song, students pledge and release of the book ‘Integrity Club for Children’. Quiz, Elocution competitions and indigenous games were organised as a part of Inaugural ceremony. The occasion was graced by Shri Rathnaiah, DDPI Kolar, Shri B Shankar, Executive Director BEML KGF as guest of honour. Shri Kempaiya, BEO and Shri Mahendra Kumar, Managing Trustee TJIS were also present in the occasion.
TJIS organized the much awaited Mini Olympics was held on 22 November 2019 with great zeal and enthusiasm. The event began with mesmerising march past by fundamental students followed by flag hoisting and oath which was administered by the sports captain and the students.
Mrs. Annapurna, Principal welcomed the gathering and spoke on the importance of sports in child’s life. The children entered into the spirit of the occasion and were ready for their drill performance. The kids displayed energetic and mesmerising gymnastics, yoga and acrobatics. Once the events began the children got into competitive spirit and were awaiting their turn and the air was filled with cheering and encouragement for the young athletes. The event concluded with events for parents wherein they participated with great excitement followed by the prize distribution to the winners.
The faculty of The Jain International School were honoured as Best Teachers on 19 October 2019 at Sangam Convention Hall. The event was organised to appreciate the efforts of teachers who contribute in nation building process by educating the future citizens of the country in the formative years. The recognition and the praise for the hard work, dedication and commitment towards the profession was presented by the DDPI of Kolar, BEO & MLA of Bangarpet. The Award ceremony has indeed motivated the educators self-esteem and to develop positive professional practice and to set high expectations for the school educators.
We wish the awardees all the best in their future endeavours.
A week long educational trip was organised on the second week of October 2019 to Delhi and Jaipur. The fun filled trip was an opportunity to explore and learn more about the capital city of India, its rich culture and heritage.
The Highlight of the trip was visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan and Parliament. The students had the opportunity to attend the live session of the Parliament and gained real time experience of the functioning of the parliament. The students tasted the history with the visit to Raj Ghat, India Gate, Qutub Minar followed by visit to Jaipur, the pink city of India. Travelling from Bangarpet to Delhi by train was indeed a memorable journey to travel and live out of comfort zone of their parents has taught children to be independent in future.
TJIS celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm and unprecedented patriotic fervor on 15 August 2019. The gamut of celebration activities held on the campus consisted of special morning assembly, patriotic song and impressive parade. The entire school assembled at the ground. The program commenced with the march past. Students marched in contingents to the beat of drum while the staff of the school presided over it. The cultural program followed by dance, patriotic song, fancy dress, painting, rangoli competitions was conducted by all the 4 houses (SIDHI, SRISHTI, SPOORTHI, SHAKTHI). Students actively participated in the competition.
The program concluded with speech by school head girl which included the information about the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters and soldiers for the sake of our freedom and safety, in the end vote of thanks was given by the school head boy.
The Bharath Scouts and Guides organised the singing district level competition on 21 st August 2019 to inspire student about the sacrifice made by our fore fathers to bring freedom for our country. The students of TJIS Bangarpet participated in the event and bagged 1 st prize and also qualified to state level event.
The Eighth Kannada Sahithya Sammelana was held at Government PU College for girls on 13 July 2019. Kannada Sahithya Sammelana is a Kannada literature conference of writers, poets and kannadigas. It is held with the aim of preserving and developing Kannada language, literature, arts, culture and music. The choir group of The Jain International School, Bangarpet participated in the program and presented ‘Nadageethe’.
In addition to this there was a dance performance by Grade X students.The program was graced by Mr. S N Narayanaswamy, MLA, Bangarpet, Mr. Rathnaih, DDPI Kolar Dist., and Mr. Kempaiah B P, BEO Bangarpet. The students received a lot appreciation for their wonderful performance.
The Jain International School had organised Intra School Volleyball, Throw ball, Kabaddi and Basketball tournament on 11 July 2019 to develop harmony, sportsmanship and build healthy environment.The Tournament was started with the throw ball match followed by volleyball, kabaddi and basketball. Students participated with great enthusiasm in all the events. The Jain International School bagged the first position in Throw ball, Basketball and Kabaddi and Second in Volley ball. The day was a great experience for the students. In Short, the Intra-school tournament was a grand success by the efforts of Students, Sports Teachers and Principal.
Syed Shayaan Khadri of grade 6 was awarded as the second runner-up in Golf Tournament organized by TNGF Chennai. The trophy was presented by Mr. Kasi Vishwanathan, CEO, India Cements and Chennai Super Kings, IPL.
TJIS welcomed the year’s events with the investiture ceremony where in the elected student members officially took charge of the duties and responsibilities.Read More
In keeping with the tradition of Indian culture, The Jain International School initiated the students of fundamental into formal education through Aksharabhysam on 10 June 2019.Read More
The Scouts and Guides department of the The Jain International School joined hands with Forest Department of Kolar district to celebrate World Environment Day on 10 June 2019.Read More
The Jain International School organized workshop to help grade 6 students to combat middle school journey smoothly on 1 June 2019.Read More
The Scouts and Guides team of TJIS attended “Flag Day Celebration” conducted by the Bharath Scouts and Guides on 16 November 2018 at Women’s College, Kolar.Read More
The Jain International School participated in the Kannada Rajyotsava celebrations organized by Kannada Sangha, Bangarpet, Kolar. The School presented a tableaux highlighting the quintessence of river Kaveri and its vital role in irrigation. Goddess Bhuvaneshwari painting by art teacher Mr. Jagadeesh.
TJIS students participated in SPORTIVO – Inter School Sports Festival organized by Sharanya Narayani International School on 30 October 2018 and Won 1st prize in Throw Ball. Ms. Ruthvika of Grade 10 was awarded as the Best Player of the Tournament.
The Jain International School’s Chair Group participated in the district level singing competition organized by the Bharat Scouts and Guides.Read More
As Per the directives by the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) vigilance awareness week 2018 has been observed by BEML KGF. As a part of observance of VAW – 2018 Quiz competition was organized for the Students of Kolar District.Read More
The Jain International School hosted “The World Space Week” – 2018 on 4 and 5 October 2018 in line with the year’s theme “Space Unites the World” in coordination with Department of Public Instructions, Kolar Dist., Government of Karnataka.Read More
The Jain International School Bangarpet Inaugurated the Cubs, Scouts, Guides and Bulbuls on 26 September 2018.Read More
The Jain International School celebrated the birth of Lord Krishna on 3 September 2018. The children dressed up as Radha / Krishna which added more colour to the celebration.Read More
Sharana Sahithya Parishath conducted "VACHANA GAYANA SHARADE Competition, Taluk Level, at Akkana Balaga, Bangarpet on 1 September 2018 for Higher Primary students.Read More
TJIS students of grade 8, 9 and10 participated in the Social Outreach Program “Seed Ball Preparation” organized by the Forest Department of Kolar district.Read More
The Jain International School celebrated 72nd Independence Day with Flag hoisting parade march by Bull, Cubs, Scouts, and Guides.Read More
The International Day of Yoga was celebrated to bring happiness with great zeal and enthusiasm on 21 June 2018 under the guidance of the yoga instructor, Ms. Vasavi.Read More
On this occasion, the groups of cabinet members were invested with authority to guide and look after the students of all houses- SHAKTHI, SPOORTHI, SIDDHI, and SRISHTI.Read More
TJIS students participated in the National Level All India Water Quiz Competition.Read More
The students of TJIS participated in the District Level Kannada Essay Competition.Read More
Students of TJIS participated in the Taluk level election quiz competition and the District level BEML quiz competitionRead More
Taramandala Competition was organised in TJIS to celebrate the development of Science in the world.Read More
Students participated in the District Level Kannada Quiz Competition, District Level Election Quiz Competition, District Level Election Essay Competition and National Level Handwriting Competition.Read More