VISIT TO ORPHANAGE
To help the children develop amongst them the divine qualities of gratitude and service towards others, the community club took the initiative of visiting the Mother Teresa Orphanage Home near Jalandhar bye pass, Ludhiana. To give the students a first-hand experience of witnessing the harsh realities that have strike the unfortunate section of the society,20 students were accompanied by 2 teachers to the place on May 29, 2019.Students distributed eatables and drinks, sang songs, danced and played games like Ludo, chess and cards with the residents of the orphanage. Upon their return , the students seemed humbled at heart with beautiful memories of praying with them and an awakened sense of service to those in need.
VISIT TO ORPHANAGE
To help the children develop amongst them the divine qualities of gratitude and service towards others, the community club took the initiative of visiting the Mother Teresa Orphanage Home near Jalandhar bye pass, Ludhiana. To give the students a first-hand experience of witnessing the harsh realities that have strike the unfortunate section of the society,20 students were accompanied by 2 teachers to the place on May 29,2019.Students distributed eatables and drinks, sang songs, danced and played games like Ludo, chess and cards with the residents of the orphanage. Upon their return , the students seemed humbled at heart with beautiful memories of praying with them and an awakened sense of service to those in need.
TRIP TO PARLIAMENT
With an objective to expand the mental horizon of the students, a team of 45 students and 3 teachers visited different places of educational importance in Delhi. With great enthusiasm and fervor, the students undertook their journey. First of all they visited the Supreme Court Museum and watched a documentary on its functioning. Lower house, Upper house and Central Hall of the parliament were also visited which helped the students to understand their working. On the second day of the trip, the students visited Rashtrapati Museum, Railway Museum and War Memorial, where students not only gathered valuable information but also enjoyed the exhibition. A documentary highlighting the freedom struggle of the country led by Mahatma Gandhi was also showcased. In the Railway Museum, students enjoyed rides in toy train. At 6pm in the evening, the return journey of the trip started and the team reached back in the school campus at 3:30 am on 16 March.
BCM School firmly believes that, all work and no fun makes a student’s life dull. In order to ensure that 1500 students of grades VI, VII & VIII have their share of fun, a trip to Wonderland Water Park, Jalandhar was arranged on 26th, 27th & 28th May. The energetic and enthusiastic students were all excited and geared up for their fun trip. As soon as they reached the water park they changed into their swimming attire & dived into the water. There were various other rides that the students thoroughly enjoyed. After this fun filled enjoyment they had their refreshment.
An educational tour to President’s House, Supreme Court and Parliament House was organized by ‘BCM School, Sec. 32A, Ludhiana’ on 18th and 19th March, 2018. 46 students and 4 teachers accompanied the tour. Objective of the tour was to make the students aware of the functioning of Parliament House and to create their interest in national and international political issues.
On 18th March students visited Supreme Court museum, where they understood how Indian judiciary system evolved from ancient to present times. On the same day students visited President’s House museum, where they came to know about the legacy of great Presidents of India, which reflected their simple living and high thinking.
On 19th March student’s visited India Gate and Parliament House, where they met and talked to a few eminent leaders. Overall the tour not only helped the studentsenjoy but also enhanced their knowledge. The principal of the school Mr. D P Guleriaappreciated the efforts and opined that tours are the firsthand experiences which highly contribute to the growth and development of the students.
In order to make the students aware about Scientific inventions, BCMites visited NASA, Headquarters. The visit helped the students to gather practical knowledge about the functioning of Scientific Inventions through a demonstration and interaction with the officials.
The tour was organised by the school from 28 December 2017 to 9 January 2018.
In order to make the students tax aware 24 students of Commerce Stream of Class XII visited Income Tax Office in Rishi Nagar, Ludhiana. The visit helped the students to gather practical knowledge about the functioning of Income Tax Department through a Ppt and interaction with the income tax officials.
Mr. Vinay Kumar Jha , the chief Commissioner of income tax dept. ,Ludhiana discussed economic growth of India and answered to the queries and doubts of the students precisely. The students reached back to school at 3 O`clock recalling and relishing the precious moments.
BCM Senior Secondary School, Sector 32-A is committed to providing every available facility, opportunity as well as national and international exposure to its students. As a part and means of education, the school was invited to send its students for a fortnightly Summer School Programme from 5 July to 19 July organized by Thames Valley Summer School at Epsom College, UK.
Ajay Behal of X-I, Aryan Chadha of VIII-K, Rashmi Saini of X-A and Jaskaran Singh of VI-J took part in this programme as exclusive invitees and had a chance to get in touch with students from many other countries like Germany, Spain, France, Italy. Apart from receiving this global exposure they participated in several educational activities and tests where they showcased their brain & brawn. Accompanied by the teacher escort, Mrs. Savita Chadhha, the students also had guided tours to museums, Cambridge University, Brighton & Central London.
On returning, the students shared their experience with their teachers and school mates. Their radiant faces & beaming voices were self evident of how much they had enjoyed varied activities like swimming, football, art & craft, talent hunt, crazy games, disco-nights, Olympics etc. Rashmi Saini of X-A thanked the school for selecting her for this programme. She also thanked her parents for supporting and sponsoring the tour for her. She said it was a wonderful experience, memories of which shall always be printed on students’ hearts & minds. The school Principal Sh. D.P.Guleria stated that once considered extravagance such tours are now an integral part of education and the school will keep venturing for providing such opportunities to its students in years yet to come.