BCM Kindergarten organised a fresher’s party suitably titled ‘Welcome Fiesta’ for the kids of Nursery. Tiny tots in their colourful attires landed vibrancy to the campus. They tapped their feet on the peppy songs and enjoyed their favourite food items in the company of their friends. To make the day all the more special for the little BCMites teachers gave them masks of different cartoon characters and adorned them with different fascinating titles eg. Ms Elegant , Mr. Handsome , Ms Adorable etc.
FRESHER'S PARTY || NURSERY ||
Maintaining one’s culture, values and traditions is beyond price.
India - being a cradle of civilizations - has plenty to offer in the form of numerous historic monuments dotting the country’s landscape. April 18 is observed as World Heritage Day every year to celebrate and promote the cultural heritage across the world. BCM School Sec32 A celebrated this day with great splendour. Students of classes IV to VIII made remarkable collages on different heritage sites of India. They were made aware about the rich heritage of India through Power point Presentation. A special speech on the topic was delivered by the class teachers. The School Principal Mr. D.P. Guleria motivated the students by saying that our students are the identity of our nation and our heritage is a part of our identity. We should take step to conserve our boundless heritage.
WORLD HERITAGE DAY
Akshit Goel (V - I) Got State rank 1 in second round of IOS by Silver Zone Foundation.
IOS OLYMPIAD BY SILVER ZONE FOUNDATION || PRIMARY WING ||
The students of class VII were given a lecture on how they can awaken the possibility to reflect their capacity to express their ideas, feelings, vision or ideals through different creative forms such as art, music, theatre, writing etc. the students learned how their personality transforms and develop through this possibility on 9th April,2019. They also got an insight onto the knowledge possibility of “working with collective intelligence”. They learned to awaken their possibility to create and access knowledge which gets “co-created” in a collective by working with people. On 18th April,2019 The students of class VII were discussed about the possibility to represent our capacity to learn lifelong, continuously, all the time and also how to discover the next knowledge possibility of infinite curiosity, infinite seeking of knowledge, of infinite wonder at the joys and mysteries of creation.
SEMINAR ON “AWAKENED CITIZEN PROGRAMME” II MIDDLE WING II
‘Nobody is empty, everyone has a deposit of talent within and talent hunt is one such competition to bring out the best in students. Keeping this in mind, Inter house talent Hunt was organised in the middle wing. Students showcased their talent in Declamation, Portrait Making, Biography writing and singing. Brimming with confidence, the students put up a great show and gave each other a tough competition. In Biography Writing Kritisha of Ravi house, in Portrait Making Bhawya of Yamuna house, In Declamation Lakshay of Satluj House and in singing students of Yamuna house bagged the first position. Overall, Yamuna house was declared as the winning house for showcasing astonishing talent in all the activities. The Principal blessed the students for showing excellent hidden talent and also motivated them to adopt the spirit of healthy competition.
INTER HOUSE TALENT HUNT COMPETITION II MIDDLE WING II
To introduce tiny tots with the vivid & rich culture of Punjab, Baisakhi festival was celebrated with great fervor in BCM Kindergarten Chandigarh Road. Little BCMites enthusiastically took part in the plethora of activities planned for the day. Kids of UKG drew a picture of ‘Dhol’ and filled the color in that. Students of LKG clad in Punjabi attires walked on the ramp and competed with their peers for the coveted titles i.e “ Sohna Gabru “ & Sohni Mutiyaar’’. The winners received the trophies & participants received books as appreciation for their efforts. Kids of Nursery & UKG danced on the Punjabi numbers and got colored in the hue of this festival. Principal Mr. D.P. Guleria wished everybody a very happy Baisakhi and said that celebration of such festivals is required to keep our culture alive.
BAISAKHI CELEBRATED ||KG ||
BCM School Chd. Road endeavors to see that the students inculcate the good human values of appreciating the importance of all the National days and festivals. Baisakhi and Ambedkar jayanti was celebrated with the same spirit. In a special assembly students were explained that Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Late Dr. B. R. Ambedkar who wrote the Constitution of our country. They were also made aware that Baisakhi is the harvest festival of our country but it is celebrated especially in Punjab and Haryana. Children sang melodious songs and recited lovely poems on this occasion. The teachers also made thestudents aware about the teachings of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar and his contribution in the development of the country. Students penned down Fundamental rights and duties of any citizen of India on decorated sheets. Beautiful bio-sketches of Dr. B.R.Ambedkar were articulated. Principal Mr. D.P. Guleria appreciated the efforts of the students and motivated them to respect the rich culture of our country.
BAISAKHI & AMBEDKAR JAYANTI CELEBRATION
Aditi Sharma (V-C) and Samarth Singh (IV-A) eemerged as Class toppers among all sections of class V and IV respectively in DSSL Quiz conducted by BYJU’S learning App. They were awarded with a school bag by BYJU’S.
Annual day forms an integral part of our school activities. It is an occasion of celebration, felicitation , feast and festivity when students present not only their wonderful performance but also receive honours for their curricular achievements . The annual day 2018-19 was organized on January 26 alongwith the celebrations of Republic day. The celebration began with the ‘Guard of honour ‘ followed by March past and Band show . Lt. General Gurdarshan Singh Shergil was the esteemed Chief guest. Sh. S.K. Mehta Ji (Manager BCM School, Dr. Prem Kumar(Executive Director Education , LBCM Foundation), Dr. Monika Sethi(Principal , BCM College) and Principals of Sister concern also grace the occasion. The ceremony of Prize distribution began with kindling of lamp and a floral welcome of the chief guest. Principal Mr. D.P. Guleria extended a warm welcome to all the dignitaries present. The perfect synchronization of dance moves , music , light and vibrant costumes mesmerized the audience. BCMites showcased their talents through welcome dance , choreographies , Rhythmic and Artistic Yoga and Bhangra. Choreography on cleanliness and Indian Army were the show stealers.
The Annual prize distribution was a pride of Honour for all the winners and achievers of the session 2017-18. The students were awarded prizes for academic excellence. The chief guest for all praised for the show.He congratulated the school and the winners and advised the students to attain the winning spirit and unflinching zeal throughout their lives. The event ended with the vote of thanks and National Anthem.
Keeping the festive spirit alive BCM Kindergarten Chandigarh Road celebrated Dussehra with great enthusiasm and energy. A special Assembly was organized on the day where the kids spoke about the importance of the festival. A movie was shown to the depicting story of Lord Rama and Ravana. Students took part in different activities eg. Kids of LKG filled colors in the picture of Ravana whereas students of Nursery and UKG used colored papers and sticks for making the effigy of Ravana with the help of teachers .Principal Mr DP Guleria appreciated the efforts of students and conveyed that this festival comes with an edifying message that good always triumphs over evil.
The Indian Air Force Day is celebrated on 8 October. The Indian Air Force is the air arm of Indian armed forces. Various celebrations are organized across the country along with parades at the airbases all over India. In Middle Wing to enhance the knowledge of the students about Indian Air Force “Thank you Message Writing to the brave Indian Soldiers’ activity was organized. All the students participated with great enthusiasm.
Children expressed their love and respect for their teachers by exhibiting their creativity at its best in the Greeting Card Making activity organized for the UKG students. Students used different colors, drawings stones and stickers to beautify their creations. students dedicated these cards to their teachers. The efforts of the children were highly appreciated by their respective teachers.
In Punjab School Zonal Badminton Tournament U-14 Boys team won silver medal. This competition was held at Guru Nanak Stadium.
Following the guidelines of CBSE, to be a part of “Vigilance Awareness Week” which is organized by Central Vigilance Commission every year during the last week of October to coincide with the birth of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel on 31st October, BCM School 32-a Chandigarh Road has been observing “Vigilance Awareness Week” from 30th October to November 4, 2017. To sensitize the students about the issue various activities have been conducted on the theme “My Vision-Corruption Free India”. In a pledge ceremony students took “Integrity Pledge” and “RASHTRIYA EKTA DIWAS PLEDGE” in the morning assembly. Students of classes IV and V showcased their concern on the issue through Slogans, Cartoons and Essays on the theme “Corruption Free India and “Role of IT in making India corruption free”. A Debate Competition was also conducted for classes VI to VIII on the theme “Ethical practices in organizations bring down corruption”. Students of IX to XII had Elocution on ‘How can Value education contribute in controlling corruption”. Students were made aware of this social evil and how they can contribute in eradicating the same. Principal Mr. D.P.Guleria applauded the efforts of the students and urged that it is the need of the hour to permanently ingrain these ethical values in the minds of students to save the country from the clutches of Corruption.
Mehak Verma(8-E) and Raunak Mahajan (7-E) received a cash reward of Rs. 500 , a set of books and certificate in the competition by Prerna Peeth.
To celebrate the ‘World Heritage Day’, SST Faculty of Middle Wing organized various activities & competitions for the classes VI, VII& VIII. Collage Making, PPT Making & Declamation Contest were organized for the classes VI, VII & VIII respectively. Best three entries from each class were awarded with certificates.
Chart Making Activity was organized for the classes VI, VII& VIII. All the students prepared beautiful charts on the forthcoming important days for the class display boards. The students were divided into different groups & they prepared eye catching charts. Through this activity artistic skill of the students was groomed.