Constitution Day or Samvidhan Diwas, which falls on 26th November, is an occasion when the adoption of the constitution of India is celebrated across the country.
On 26th November 2022, The Jain International School (TJIS) also celebrated the day when the Constitution of India came into effect. A special morning assembly was held as part of the celebrations to draw attention to the values and principles entrenched in the constitution. "The flavour of tricolour should not be depicted only through our words but also through our actions" the event's opening speech to the audience read. Following these admirable words, students and staff took an oath on the Preamble to reaffirm their dedication to respecting it. A group discussion about the facts and significance of the constitution focused on its formation, development, and crucial role in uniting a notion known as India. The students of grade 10 played the ukulele and sang Vande Mataram and a dance performance on patriotic songs also took place at the event.
The day served as a reminder to live by and promote timeless values in our constitution.
A speed radar detector is a specialised electronic gadget used by motorists to detect whether or not law enforcement and police are monitoring their speed using a radar gun. The driver can lower their speed thanks to the radar detector and avoid receiving a speeding citation.
Obstacles Avoiding Robots are clever devices that can detect obstacles in their path autonomously and steer clear of them by changing course. The necessity for any autonomous mobile robot is the ability to avoid collisions, which is made possible by this design.
The daily accident rate has rapidly increased due to the ever-increasing number of automobiles on the road. Most of the time, recklessness and violating traffic laws are to blame for these accidents. The U-Turn Monitoring project seeks to prevent vehicle collisions by warning drivers of these accident-prone locations, which are typically found at U-turn bends, hairpin bends, short corners, blind curves, etc. The control room will receive the interrupt signal in the event of any vehicle problems or repairs. By announcing their presence via the buzzer and light signal, drivers can be warned and accidents caused by carelessness can be avoided.
The Jain International School (TJIS) celebrated ATL Tinkering Day on 14th November 2022. It is an occasion celebrated in schools across India and this year, 10,000 ATLs built a project together with the goal to promote innovation spirit among students and create a national highlight for the event. Materials used for building the project included a 9V Battery, switch, DC motor and propeller, wires, and stationery. The students actively participated in India’s Largest Tinkering Event. Through a mega-scale group activity, they built the project and also understood its applications.
On 12th November 2022, the TJIS - Bangarpet organised the annual sports day. The event took place in the spacious playground with zeal, passion and excitement. Honourable Principal Smt. Annapurna H.N was the chief guest of the event and proper seating arrangements were made for the parents and students to sit and watch the event. Students of various classes participated in the sports. The event of the day begun by Principal Madam hoisting the school flag and the march past of the four different houses started with enthusiasm and the event continued with different displays from Fundamentals to Primary grades. Four different houses competed against each other in sports events like relay races, 100 mtrs, 200mtrs, shot-put, hurdles and javelin throw. Apart from non-participating students, the parents too cheered the children. Simultaneously, the prizes were distributed by Principal Madam, teachers and a few parents for the winners. The school had also made arrangements for refreshment. Even parents, parents-cum-teachers also participated in the 100 mtrs race and won medals. The event of the day came to an end with the unfurling of the school flag. To sum-up, the event came to a close with a vote of thanks and the National Anthem.
The JAIN International School celebrated the "Kannada Rajyotsava" by organising several cultural activities for all the children on 1st November 2022.
The event was inaugurated by hoisting the Karnataka Flag by Smt. H.N. Annapurna, Principal, The JAIN International School. The kids dressed as “Bhuvaneshwari Devi” lighted the inaugural lamp and the welcome speech was given by Mr Vishrut K Babu, the Class 8th student of the school.
The theme of the event was the “Wodeyers of Mysore”, all the children participated in different cultural activities like fancy dress, songs and dances based on the theme and the golden era of the ruler Naalvadi Krishnaraja Wodeyar.
Several songs and dance performances about the culture of Karnataka and the Kannada language were performed by the students. A small play named “Maadari Mysuru”, and a dance of “Mahisasura Mardhini” were also performed at the event. The folk dances of “Kamsaale”, “Dollu Kunitha”, “Veeragaase”, and “Yakshagana” were performed by the students to celebrate the rich folk culture of Karnataka. The parade of Dasara Tableaus was the major highlight of the Kannada Rajyotsava celebrations at The JAIN International School.
The event was successfully organised and anchored by the students of Class 9th, Mr. Ravi Tejas, Mr. Sanjay and Ms. Hemalatha. The sweets were distributed to all the children and the event concluded on a sweeter note.
World Kindness Day is celebrated annually on 13th November every year. The Jain International School (TJIS) strives to inculcate compassion and empathy in its students from a young age to make them socially responsible and peace-loving individuals. We constantly take the initiatives to make the students KIND. The students of TJIS attempted to make the world a better place by celebrating and promoting good deeds and pledging acts of kindness. The students made kindness cards for their family members, teachers, community helpers, and friends. The kindness pledge was taken as a promise to practise empathy and affection. The occasion aimed to reinforce that compassion links us all together and has the power of bridging various gaps formed due to discrimination and hatred. With small acts of kindness, we not only add a smile to somebody else's face but also add joy and happiness to our own lives.
Teachers don't need an introduction as the nation is built by them. Recognition and appreciation boost the morale of the teachers and encourage them to perform at greater heights. On the occasion of Teacher's day, teachers from each district were selected to be recognised for their contributions to the field of education. Ms. Rajamani (High school teacher - English department) of The Jain International School, Bangarpet, was among the five teachers selected from the district. Sri. S. Muniswamy - Member of Parliament and Sri. S.N Narayana Swamy K.M - MLA felicitated Ms. Rajamani. Indeed it brought laurels to our school and district.
On September 15, 2022, the Jain International School (JIRS) observed Hindi Diwas. Smt. Usha Kumari, a Hindi Lecturer at Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College - KGF, was the event's chief guest. The programme began with the lamp being lit and Smt. Usha Kumari was there along with the principal and students.
The teachers in the Hindi Department organised a variety of cultural activities for the students on the day, including dance, music, poetry recitation, fancy dress, and speeches. All of the activities were enthusiastically engaged in by the students. Smt. Usha Kumari spoke to the audience and discussed her views on using Hindi in everyday life. Everyone in the audience was moved by the speaker's powerful and stunning speech, which encouraged the use of the language. Rithika, a grade 10 student, gave a thank-you speech to end the event. Overall, the event was a huge success and recognised Hindi's importance as a language.
The Atal Innovation Mission by NITI Aayog and the Government of India organised ATL Marathon 2021- 22 for the students of The Jain International School. The goal behind this challenge was to encourage youngsters to use Atal Tinkering Lab to develop real-world, inventive solutions to community problems of national and societal importance. Young innovators of the school participated in this event under the guidance of the Principal, ATL in charge, and many other teachers. All of the teams that participated in this Marathon - Atal Innovation Mission received certificates of participation. Additionally, as a token of appreciation, certificates were awarded to the other students who excelled in school activities.
Ganesh Chaturthi festival was celebrated at The Jain International School, Bangarpet, on 1st September 2022, with great enthusiasm during the class connect time. As a part of the celebrations, a special assembly was organised in the school. To mark the beginning of the festive vibe, the story related to this festival was narrated to the children. Students thoroughly enjoyed the story about how young Ganesha acquired his trunk! The celebration began with a phenomenal dance performance by the little blooming flowers of grades 1 to 4. The graceful expressions given by the tiny tots on a devotional song were breathtaking and won everyone's hearts. There was festivity in all the corners. The students explained the significance of the festival and emphasised eco-friendly ways to celebrate it.
In the afternoon, the students entered the school auditorium with loud music for the celebrations and the revelry. The celebration began with the traditional Aarti, accompanied by melodious bhajans by our young singers. The assembled students sang along with fervour and devotion to Lord Ganesha, who is believed to be the symbol of wisdom and the remover of obstacles. As a grand culmination of the celebration, it was time for the farewell procession or Ganesh Visarjan. Amidst chantings of 'Ganapati Bappa Morya, Pudhchya Varshi Laokar Ya!' The students carried the idol of Lord Ganesh, enjoying the beats of music in the backyard of the school for immersion. The day saw devotion, creativity, and fun altogether and end-up with Prasada distribution.Know More
'Great values are built on strong moral foundations.'
To think about the most deeply held values, The Jain International School, Bangarpet, celebrated World Values Day on 19th October 2022.
World Values Day is an annual campaign to promote the awareness and practice of different values. To mark the day, many students voluntarily participated in activities like Big Indian Rangoli Challenge and Anna Dhanam. Both activities sparked other students' interest and enthusiasm as well. As students deserve to feel safe in a globally conscious world, they should be aware that their contributions are valued and ideas will help to shape the future.
While people of all ages are becoming accustomed to the new normal, World Values Day gives them a secure space to interact. Values are the glue holding together our communities and broader society. They help bring people together in a world that sometimes seems more and more divided.
On 20th October, students received participation certificates and the school received certificates from Val-ed initiatives (Saksham) as a token of appreciation.
We at The Jain International School (TJIS), Bangarpet, keep moving forward, opening new doors and doing new things because we’re curious! And curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. With an endeavour to inculcate and develop scientific temperament in young learners, TJIS proudly set its steps into the noble mission of knowledge enhancement. It was a proud moment as we witnessed the inauguration of the Atal Tinkering Lab (ATL) at TJIS. The Atal Innovation Mission by NITI Aayog and the Government of India envisioned an innovative initiative to foster one million young innovators in India.
On 3rd September 2022, chief guest Mr. Dayanand, Tahsildar of Bangarpet Taluk, inaugurated the lab. The programme commenced seeking the divine graces by the lightning of the lamp followed by an invocation dance. An exuberant floral welcome came next. The ATL in charge displayed a presentation to enlighten the audience. The school Principal Mrs. Annapurna H.N. accorded a heartfelt welcome to the gathering. The chief guest congratulated the school and wished the students many happy hours of tinkering.
The lab includes an ideation studio, Do-it-yourself Kits, and all the necessary scientific and innovative equipment. The 3-D printer and drone in the lab were the main attraction. The school is genuinely making all sincere efforts to create innovators for a skilled India. To be in sync with the global scenario, the lab is designed to instil skills like design mindset, computational thinking, adaptive learning etc. Students demonstrated cutting-edge and futuristic models of ultrasonic sensing instruments, pulse monitoring systems, smoke detectors, blind sticks, obstacle avoidance robots, traffic light control, speed detector, and automatic street light. The young inventors described each model in detail. The young innovators confidently handled the queries of the guest and audience. The day wrapped up with a vote of thanks from students
The Jain International School, Bangarpet, conducted a Youth Parliament, as per BEO guidelines, on 24th August 2022. The Kannada department trained the students of grades 8, 9, and 10 in various roles like a speaker, leader, and opposition members. The platform provided students to discuss the national issue of health, education, and rural development on a large scale in a proper forum. The objective of the Youth Parliament is to strengthen the roots of democracy, inculcate healthy habits of discipline and tolerance of the view of others and enable the student community to know about the practices and procedures of the Parliament.
The session began with oath-taking by members of the Youth Parliament followed by a discussion between the members of the ruling party and the opposition party. The session was created to help students understand how the Parliament functions, think about public issues and form their opinion on them, practise group discussion techniques, develop an ability to make decisions after group discussions, and cultivate respect and tolerance for others' viewpoints. It also made students aware of various problems faced by our society and the country, helped them develop leadership quality, understand the common man’s point of view and express it in an article.
“The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery and by the grace of the Guru, a disciple becomes a Pandit (scholar)".
On 5th September, The Jain International School (TJIS), Bangarpet, celebrated Teacher's Day at S.N. Resorts, Bangarpet. Sri Mahendra, Managing Trustee, visited the campus and greeted teachers on this special day. To mark the occasion, a few of the TJIS faculty donated blood, and a few went one step ahead and registered their names for donating their eyes through which they would be seeing this world without their existence. The day concluded with an utterly delicious traditional buffet to exhibit reverence for all the teaching staff.
Cultural education is an essential aspect of the curriculum. Understanding this importance and glorifying Indian traditions with the young generation, The Jain International School, Bangarpet, celebrated Janmashtami on 18th August 2022.
The school was decked up for the celebration. The event began with the lighting of the lamp by parents followed by aarti and puja performed by the staff and children of the school. The fragrance of flowers, soothing aroma of burning camphor and jingle of the bells filled the air. Students dressed up as Radha and Krishna. The friendship of Lord Krishna and Sudhama was depicted beautifully by the students of grade 6. The day witnessed many fun-filled activities like drawing, pot painting, greeting card making, and cooking without fire for parents. Parents had a great time participating in fun games. The main attraction of the event was the breaking of the Matki. The students were thrilled when they broke the Dahi Handi (pot of butter and curd). The celebration filled everyone’s hearts with joy, happiness and contentment.Know More
The holidays are over, preparation is complete, and it's time to start a new session! With perfect planning, right execution, and a lot of enthusiasm The JAIN International School welcomes its students. The TJIS, Bangarpet started the new academic year 2022-2023 on June 1st, which appears more delightful than ever before. The school resorted to extensive planning to provide students with the best educational service possible. The day started with meditation followed by a prayer acknowledging the presence of the almighty in our hearts and minds. As we step into a new season we think of renewed hope, the joy of learning, and new opportunities. We seek exploration, reflection, and growth where one would observe the mixed feelings of excitement, joy, and expectations among students, parents, and teachers. It was truly delightful to welcome the students for another great year ahead. We are anticipating another year full of great ideas and inspiring thoughts.
Crimson conducted a workshop at The Jain International School. The workshop was hosted by Mr. Rajesh. The informative session covered topics such as classroom management strategies, 21st Century skills, introspection, bloom's taxonomy, SWAB, classroom management, culmination, MUN, and ECOSOC. Teachers took part in all the activities enthusiastically. TJIS looks forward to being a part of such sessions.
On 27th May 2022, teachers of The Jain International School, Bangarpet, attended the workshop, Creative Writing and Critical Thinking among Students, conducted by Mr. Joby Mon and Mr. Vishnu Devan of the Crimson team. They emphasised the importance of these skills for a better learning experience as these stretch the imagination and offer a wonderful outlet for expression. To enhance visualisation and vocabulary, which are some of the most integral aspects of creative writing, a child should be immersed in a world full of stories; it helps to develop the imagination and visualise the character and the plot. Other vocabulary-building exercises, such as the game involving punctuation marks, a lesson on sustainable development goals, writing styles, etc., were recommended to improve these abilities. The workshop was thought-provoking and involved various tools and techniques which could easily be integrated into the curriculum to develop imagination and expression amongst children. Teachers took part in all the activities passionately and with a lot of zeal. JIRS looks forward to such interactive sessions in future.
This year's World Earth Day celebration was organized by " Bangarpet Taluk Legal Service Committee and Lawyers association along with The Jain International school, Bangarpet". The Theme of World Earth day 2022 is 'Invest In our Planet' calling for businesses to shift towards sustainable practices. This movement is expected to change the business climate, the political climate, and how to take the action on the climate.
The Programme commenced around 10:00am on 22nd April 2022 with the presence of eminent personalities Sri. Ajith Devaramani (Chief Civil Judge, JMFC and Secretaries, Bangarpet Taluk, Legal Services Committee, Bangarpet ), Mrs. Annapurna H.N (Principal), chief guests Mr. Deepu B.C (Appellate Civil Judge and JMFC), Mrs. Sridevi.N and Mrs. Sarojamma.S (Prosecutors, Bangarpet), Sri. Rajgopal ( Lawyers Association President, Bangarpet), Sri Jayaprakash, Sri K.C. Prasad and Sri Amaresh (Lawyers, Bangarpet), Faculties and Students of TJIS to rejoice the celebration of Our Mother-Earth.
The programme started with planting saplings were all the chief guests involved in the event, followed by invocation song and lighting of the lamp. Welcome address was delivered by Tanu A of Grade 7 to Honor the gathering followed by Inaugural address by Sri Ajith Devaramani (Chief Civil Judge, JMFC and Secretaries, Bangarpet Taluk). The speech delivered by the dignitaries on the topic ” BAN ON PLASTICS and SAVE EARTH, enlightened all of us. Various programmes like dance, fancy dress (Panchabhootas) and skit (Save Earth) was performed by the students of TJIS, BANGARPET. Finally, the vote of thanks was delivered by Moksha of grade 9 and the programme successfully came to end around 12:00pm.
Team Crimson in association with The Jain International School, Bangarpet conducted a student development program titled Crimson master class on 7th April, 2022 through online mode.
The speaker of this program was Dr. Kiran bedi. She was the first woman in India to join the officers rank in Indian police service (IPS), the 24th lieutenant governor of Puducherry, Author TED Talk speaker and social entrepreneur. She is an Asian tennis champion. Winner of gallantry award and the Magsaysay Award also known as Asia’s Nobel Peace Award.
The presenter who herself is a source of motivation to students gave encouraging examples from her own life and inspired students to be a self-motivator. She discussed the importance of positive thinking , women empowerment and attitude which brings optimism into life and such constructive changes can make one brighter and more successful. This program helped students to be guided by a positive mind and driven by self-motivation. She insisted them to fix up or set their goal or define the purpose and work hard to achieve it. It covered the key elements required for a student to be successful in academics and later life.
Attendees were offered the opportunity to present their questions and comments. During question-and-answer session, Ms. Chinmayi M.G, a Grade IX Student of The Jain International School, Bangarpet had an interaction with Dr. Kiran Bedi. Her question was brilliantly answered by Dr. Kiran Bedi who guided and encouraged her to set a goal and achieve her dreams.
At the Eldrok India K-12 Summit 2022, the Jain International School was recognized for Excellence in Delivering Quality Education Programs. Leading school owners, industry-related entrepreneurs, important educationists, and some of the most well-respected thought leaders, corporate executives, government officials, consultants, and policymakers all gather under one roof at the summit.
Storytelling is a universal and traditional art form that has featured strongly in Indian culture as an effective communication tool. It can be used as a medium to ingrain values, improve reading skills, and open the minds of children beyond their imagination. The storytelling session by parents was held at The Jain International School, Bangarpet by Dr. Saraswathi R, on 24th February 2022 for grade-VI. As it is a part of ‘Read India Moment’ Organized by the CBSE board to promote reading habits. The session was indeed valuable. Children found it interested in the stories of ‘The face on the wall’ and ‘Story about living in the present’ which were told to them with creative gestures and facial expressions. It was an interactive session where children were taught the right way of telling the stories. Overall this session helped young minds to develop creative thinking.
An inter-school math quiz competition was organized by the Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology and the Indian Institute of Science in Bengaluru on 17th December 2021. It was organized virtually on the occasion of National Mathematics Day 2021. The quiz featured three levels that covered the areas of mathematics, mental ability and general knowledge.
We are proud to announce that many of our students were part of this competition, among them Miss. Sinchana BC of grade 10 won first place with the cash prize of rupees 2000 and Miss. Mir Zoya Ali of grade 8 won third place with the cash prize of rupees 1000.
On 10th September 2021, the students and teachers of The Jain International School (TJIS) celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi. The Lord of New Beginnings is honored on Ganesh Chaturthi. The event was held virtually due to the continuing pandemic.
Ganesha statues built by children at home were the centerpiece of the festivity. Children were instructed to create an idol of Lord Ganesha out of clay and paper, and they eagerly participated. Colorful deities made of clay, turmeric, and paper were on display. The Ganesha Mantra was chanted to lend spirituality and liveliness to the event. The attendees prayed to Lord Ganesha, believing that He would shower His blessings and erase all barriers from their lives.
World Post Day is celebrated every year on 9th October to raise awareness about the importance of post offices in people's and businesses' daily lives.
On World Post Office Day 2021, The Jain International School, Bangarpet, held a virtual CCA. The students were instructed to create an inland letter/postcard and write a letter concerning online lessons to Mrs. Mrs. Annapurna H.N., Principal - The Jain International School (TJIS). The kids were ecstatic to share their online experiences through the inland letter, and they did so with great enthusiasm. Students saw a variety of letters, stamps, and other items as part of this activity. They were also given information about the postal department's numerous services. The event went off without a hitch, with enthusiastic participation and increased knowledge of the post office. For the kids, it was both a learning experience and a fun day.
The Jain International School (TJIS) celebrated the festival of Navratri on October 7, 2021. The festival began with a prayer to Goddess Durga for her blessings. The significance of the nine days of Navratri was explained to the students. Students were given the task of preparing Indian festive food with the assistance of their families. The children were asked to write about their experiences as young chefs at home. Children made a variety of meals and presented them to Goddess Durga. The children and their families took part in the magnificent event. The event went smoothly, thanks to everyone's enthusiastic participation. With their dishes, students took pictures and selfies.
On November 24, 2021, kids in grades 1 to 5 competed in an intersection quiz tournament about freedom fighters. The quiz was designed to foster a sense of patriotism in the students. The quiz was played by three teams, sections A, B, and C, each consisting of four students. The quiz began with the players' introductions and an explanation of the quiz's rules. Visuals, slogans, titles, publications, who am I, and rapid-fire were all included in the six-round tournament. Students had 30 seconds to answer each question throughout the first five rounds, and one minute for the rapid-fire round. For each accurate response, the teams received ten points. The kids demonstrated their brilliance by answering the questions quickly. The teams competed in the tie-breaker round. After two tie-breaker questions, team C was declared the winner of the competition. The quiz was a huge hit with the kids, who completely enjoyed themselves.
The Jain International School (TJIS), Bangarpet, constantly encourages good competitions and strives to bring out the best in all of its students through such activities, while also ensuring that the children learn in a variety of methods outside books and classrooms.
The Jain International School (TJIS) organized a poster-making competition dedicated to freedom fighters on September 8, 2021, for students from grades 6 to 10. The students came up with many ideas that reflected the spirit of independence. Paints, brushes, and paper were used to creatively represent their views on India's quest for independence.
There were postures dedicated to women's empowerment post the country's independence. Some depicted freedom fighters who battled for our country and gave their lives to ensure that India no longer remains enslaved. Students' attitudes demonstrated that they are well-aware of the sacrifices made by freedom warriors and that they appreciate the significance of freedom. Students used art and ingenuity to pay tribute to the martyrs. The content and concept were created by the students in each group. The student-centric exercise lasted about fifty minutes, during which the children engaged in a lot of interaction and had a lot of fun. The event demonstrated kids' patriotism and the importance of enjoying freedom.
A paragraph writing competition was held at The Jain International School (TJIS), Bangarpet, according to a circular dated October 5, 2021. The competition was open to students from grades 6 to 10. With the support of their elders in the family, teachers, and research/study/books, children were obliged to write about historical heroes and sites in their area in the last 75 years for the competition. Writing stories about India's struggle for independence from the perspective of their village, town, or city showed the glory of their region and its historical significance. Students also wrote about women freedom fighters. The great individuals in Indian history were admired, and children were motivated by them.
The competition met its goal of motivating students to push themselves intellectually by requiring them to conduct research, assimilate information, and articulate themselves persuasively on the assigned topics. A surge of joy swept over the young participants and their families, demonstrating unity in diversity.
On September 17, 2021, a paragraph writing competition on places associated with the freedom fight was organized to improve pupils' thinking and writing skills. Students in grades 1 to 5 were eligible to participate in the competition. Students were given the task of writing about India's struggle for independence.
Students were expected to submit a page in their best handwriting for the competition. The submissions were graded based on neatness, sentence construction, and spacing. Students took part in the competition enthusiastically and correctly chose locations associated with the freedom fight as their subject. The students did an excellent job describing the occurrences and providing peeks into India's struggle for freedom. The competition brought out the pupils' talent and creativity.
Testing times often make you shine, and Anveshan by New Cambridge International Public School (NCIPS) has been an ideal platform when it comes to making the best out of a student. We successfully conducted a virtual inter-school competition, and it was one of a kind, where students of all ages came together to showcase their mesmerizing talents. Through the virtual platform, we had competitions in recitation, dancing, search, paper dressing, and mathematics. Tanisha Jain, a grade 9 student of TJIS, won a consolation prize in the brochure-making competition.
The Vigilance Awareness Week is celebrated every year during the birthday week of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, often referred to as the Bismarck of India. In the previous year, Vigilance Awareness Week was observed from October 26 to November 1, 2021. The week's celebrations and activities were intended to identify the horrors of corruption and encourage solutions to combat it on a personal and structural level.
The theme of the Vigilance Week celebrations was Independent India @ 75: Self Reliance and Integrity. A host of activities were planned around the country to celebrate the week. The theme was proposed by the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) to mark 75 years of India's independence and in keeping with the central government's push for AatmaNirbhar Bharat.
As per the circular dated November 6, 2021, Vigilance Awareness Week 2021, was celebrated at the BEML R&D facility. Students from The Jain International School (TJIS) in Bangarpet competed in the BEML extempore competition. In the group discussion, Master Girish came in second place. In extempore, Leyana V. and Moksha earned the consolation prize. JIRS congratulates the students on their achievements, which have brought honor to our school.
With the current times urging us to be more innovative and cautious, TJIS opted for the hybrid model to commemorate the 75th Independence Day. Adhering to the social distancing norms, few students and members of the school gathered at the school campus while several others attended the event via an online platform. The spirit of patriotism shown by the principal, staff, and young talented students on the campus permeated the air with constant cheer and active participation from the virtual audience.
Notable freedom fighter and a retired school teacher, Sri Sriranga Krishnamachar was the chief guest for the event.
Sri Krishnamachar, 97 years old, shared his experience and spoke on the importance of value, morals, and character development as the foundation to become a great citizen of the country and a good human being.
The awe-inspiring march by the students, flawlessly synchronized with the beats of the drum, was the highlight of the day. Later, students enthralled everyone with stellar dance performances, role-plays, songs, speeches, further igniting the spirit of patriotism.
The event concluded with a vote of thanks by sports captain Ms. Vilasini.
16 जून 2021 के परिपत्र के अनुसार सीबीएसई बोर्ड ने 2022 तक देश के सभी बच्चों के बीच “ मॉक स्क्रिप्ट" के संदेश को प्रचारित करने का आह्वान किया था। छात्रों और शिक्षकों ने लगन के साथ बहुत ही उत्साहपूर्वक प्रतिस्पर्धा की।
N95 मास्क का महत्वपूर्ण एंकरिंग क्रियाकलाप किया गया…...जिस में बच्चों ने हिस्सा लिया और उनके स्मार्ट आर्टिक्यूलेट को पहचानना और परख गया ।
कई कार्यक्रमों की योजना बनाई गई और औपचारिक रूप से एक बहुत ही कार्यात्मक और ज्ञानवर्धक तरीके से क्रियान्वित किया गया, जैसे समाचार पढ़ना, पुस्तक समीक्षा, डिजिटल पुस्तकालय का पुनरोद्धार। छात्रों द्वारा असाधार मौखिककौशल की जांच की गई जिसने साबित किया कि लिखित संचार में आत्मसात करना और प्रतिक्रिया देना कितना फायदेमंद है। जो किसी की प्यास और जिज्ञासा को संतुष्ट करता है। इस प्रकार उनमें से कई ने अपने निजी प्रतिभा का प्रदर्शन किया।
हमारी माननीय प्रधानाचार्य महोदया ने ज्ञान और प्रोत्साहन के कुछ शब्द बोले और सभी को आशीर्वाद दिया।
Leading when it matters!
The Investiture Ceremony is a proud moment for a school and if with changing times it's on a Virtual Platform it is much more innovative. Despite the widespread, pandemic, the indomitable spirit of young talented leaders of The Jain International School, Bangarpet was commemorated using a Virtual Investiture Ceremony on July 12, 2021.
The first-ever Virtual Investiture Ceremony was yet another milestone attained in the journey of distance learning! Many inspiring speeches and many cultural programs, and Principal ma'am conveyed her best wishes to the students.
The newly elected student leaders pledged to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities, and the ceremony concluded with rousing cheers! It was different from any conventional event as the safety of every individual was of utmost importance. The occasion proved to be an exhilarating moment for all the office bearers who were filled with zeal and zest to take up their duties.
The event was attended by students, parents, and teachers.
The 7 th International Yoga Day celebrations were carried out by The Jain International School (TJIS), Bangarpet on June 21, 2021. The event witnessed the participation of teachers and students virtually in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The opportunity was utilized to shed some light on the meaning of yoga. Everyone attending the event was made aware of the significance of practicing yoga, especially during these testing times when health has become an individual’s utmost priority. The event also focused on the importance of International Yoga Day.
The teachers, students, and their families performed various Asanas, Surya Namaskar, and meditation while being in the comfort of their homes. Some teachers shared their experience of doing yoga regularly. The event was a success and reflected unity in fighting against the global pandemic.
The Jain International School organized a unique summer camp for the students of classes KG to 8th in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. The camp hosted a bunch of extra-curricular activities to provide students a structured opportunity to learn and grow. The camp allowed kids to become independent and self-confident, while socializing and making new friends, and even learning new skills.
Various activities like yoga, sports, story-telling, singing, art and craft, handwriting, and dance were conducted during the summer camp to create a perfect balance between the physical and mental health of students. Life skills such as no-flame cooking, gardening, and stress management were also included in the program. Through this summer camp, the children were also educated about the safety precautions and measures to be taken during the pandemic. The kids had a wonderful time enjoying the fun-filled activities and acquiring new skills. The camp was a great success and generated words of appreciation from parents.
The Jain International School recently celebrated World Environment Day. It is a day dedicated to the environment and is observed on June 5 every year. The theme of 47th World Environment Day was REIMAGINE, RECREATE, RESTORE. The purpose of World Environment Day is to spread awareness about the threat to the environment due to rising pollution levels and climate change by highlighting the importance of the environment and reminding people that nature should not be taken for granted.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, the event was conducted through a virtual platform. The program commenced with an invocation song and included events like debate, slogan-writing, poster-making, advertising the local products, planting saplings, preparing seed balls, etc. Both students and parents actively participated in all the activities. The students were educated on the significance of planting trees, making cities more green, rebuilding gardens, changing their diets, and cleaning up rivers and coasts. Overall the event was a success and extremely informative.
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