Location: GRM-Dhora Road,India
The 68th Republic Day was celebrated with all its grandeur at GRM, Dohra Road Campus on 26th Jan 2017.
The atmosphere echoed with patriotic fernour when our Manager Mr. Rajesh Agarwal “Jolly” hoisted the tricolor and the choir sang the National Anthem. A thought provoking speech was delivered by Yash Tiwari of Class VIII followed by a praise worthy dance performance on Vande Materm.
The power of non- violence and truth was beautifully depicted through a small skit. Highly synchronised dance performance were given by the students on hum India wale….. while group songs like Bharat Hamari Maa Hai and Sare Duniya ke Desho ….. made everyone nation alcoholic.
The program was praised by the Manager Sir and Principal Sir and they stressed on becoming patriotic in true sense of the word.
1ST NAMO NARAIN FLOWER SHOW
“Give me odorous at sunrise a garden of beautiful flowers where I can walk undisturbed.”
The writer of the above lines Walt Whiteman could not have envisaged a better place than G.R.M Dhora branch on March 4th & 5th; as it best epitomized his words.
Luckily the bright sunny weather had aligned with our wishes. The sun too, bid a warm welcome to all on the first Shri Namo Narain Flower Show. It was formally inaugurated by honourable Joint Director [Madayamik Shiksha] Mr. Shiv Prakash Dwivedi.
The maiden show transformed the lush green garden of the Institute into a kaleidoscope with assorted varieties of pancy, candytuft, petunia, lily, dahlia, etc. “Ther are flowers for those who want to see thyem”[Henri Matise]. Indeed there were spectators of all age groups throning to feast their eyes on the myriad pearls strewn from the crown of Ishtar [goddess of fertility].
The conspicuous cacti, bonsal etc kept everyone marveling. The ‘elephant trunk’ flower, however was the cynosure.
March 5th, the venue was privileged to host lunch for the distinguished guests including dignitaries, socialities of Bareilly. All were ebthralled by zillion of hues; sunny green, paddy green, royal blue, pink, purple, every color born out of the seven colours of the rainbow
Inter House Competitions
Kids prosper best with a board Curriculum that celebrates their various talents, not just a small range of them.
-Sir Ken Robinson
Keeping this in mind a myriad of Co-Curricular activities were organized for the students and were spread throughout the session.
Colours speak all languages. An Inter class colouring competition for class I to VIII was organized on 2nd and 9th April 2016. Students sketched and coloured different shapes, cartoons, posters etc. through this artistic excellence was promoted and they came up with amazing artwork. It was a treat to the eyes.
English speech competition was organized on 16th April. Different topics like My Family, My School, Importance of Discipline in Life, Impact of Junk Food and Global A, B and C respectively. The participants expressed their ideas efficiently and effectively.
Play with Maths was organized on 23rd April. The competition challenged the students of classes I to VIII to show their power of seasoning, abstract and spatial thinking, critical thinking and problem solving ability.
Cross word Puzzle is fantastic way of increasing one’s vocabulary. An Inter-class Cross-world Puzzle for class I to VIII was conducted on May 14th where students tried to excel each other. This great exercise enhanced their language and vocabulary skills.
Inter house competition in Hindi and English were organized on 23rd and 27th August respectively where student of different groups competed within their own groups. Group A participants recited poetry while Group B delivered speech and Group C students had to debate in Hindi and different topics for Extempre were given in English. The students of all houses participated enthusiastically and performed to the best of their capability.
The students proved their mettle in Inter House Singing Competition that was held on 10th Sept. The night angles of different houses made us proved by singing melodiously on topics like Mother, nature, teacher. Group A and C gave solo performances while Group B gave group performances on motivational songs.
Drama is a strong medium of communication.
In order to develop dramatic skills and promote acting ability, team work, leadership qualities among the students, and inter house dramatic competition was held on 28th Jan and 4th Feb 2017. Student performed on different themes like forest story, mythology and mine. The topic for mine was social Evil. All the four houses gave commendable performances and proved that they possess intense dramatic skills.
We organized theme based assemblies to provide stage exposure and confidence building opportunities to all our students. Diwali celebration in the assembly brought with it a beautiful act depicting the return of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita after killing the demon Ravana. The theme of Teamwork was enlivened by the students through ‘the story of Rainbow’ and the importance of time was highlighted through a short skit on it.
HARBINGERS OF PEACE AND HARMONY
2nd Oct is the day to memorialize the birth anniversary of two great leader: Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bhadur Shastri. This day is celebrated all around the world as the International Day of Non-Voilence.
GRM too paid homage to the two pioneers by organizing a short programme. Floral tributes were offered to the great leaders by the Director and the Principal which was followed by the favourite bhajan of Gandhi Ji Vaishnav fan to tere …………by a bunch of talented teachers.
Mrs. Sweta pathak highlighted the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and the need to follow them in the present scenario.
Mr. kaushal Kishore mesmerized everyone by singing “Hai Preet Jahan ki ……… Everyone enjoyed the song Raghupati Raghav in the melodious voice of Mrs. Shweta pathak.
In the end our Principal, Mr. Sheel Saxena emphaised the need to ingrain the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi and Shastri Ji in the minds and hearts of our future generation.
The program was compered by Mrs. Preeti Mehra
I heard the bells, on Christmas Day, their old familiar carols play.
And wild and sweet the words repeat, of peace on earth, good will to men.
[Henry Wadsworth Longfellow]
Festival of Christmas celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ and conveys his message of love, tolerance and brotherhood. It is a celebration of humanity and mankind.
On 24th December, 2016, the fervor of Christmas was celebrated at GRM, Dohra Road, Bareilly with great zeal and enthusiasm. A lovely assembly was presented by the students of grades II-VI. It commenced with a prayer and then the children beautifully portrayed the birth of Jesus and the message of peace and love that he spreads to all the people, through a skit. The ground was decorated with Christmas tree, balloons, gift, stars, stockings and bells. Many children dressed up as little fairies and Santa Claus. Christmas carols sung melodiously by the students in the praise of lord Jesus made the programme even more enjoyable. The audience were left spell bound with this enthralling performance.
Children were overjoyed when Santa distributed sweets and chocolates to them. Christmas cannot be completed without the hums sing jingle bells. The programme came to an end with the inspiring words of our respected Principal Mr. Sheel Saxena. He blessed the children and wished all a cheerful year.