FASHION SHOW & EXHIBITION AT BCM SCHOOL CHANDIGARH ROAD LUDHIANA
Martyrdom Day of Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji was observed with devotion and religious fervour. Remembering the “Shahidi Diwas” and supreme sacrifice of Guru Ji for protecting the most fundamental of human rights, teachers narrated the martyrdom details of Guru Ji to the students. In morning assembly beautiful shabadas were sung by students. A shaloka writing competition was organized for the students of class IV & V. Students penned down shalokas by the man of highly challenging undertaking of giving life for others. Students were urged to follow the teachings of Guru Ji for paying him a real tribute.
Martyrdom Day of Shri Guru Teg Bahadur Ji
To inculcate Skills like teamwork, leadership, patience, discipline, learning from failure, Sportsmanship, etc., FASTEST FEET event was organised for students of class X.
Students enthusiastically participated in following events:
*Lemon spoon race
*One leg race
*Three leg race
Heartiest congratulations to all the winners
Keep it up.
A fun filled literary based ‘Book Week’ was celebrated from Nov. 19 to Nov. 24, 2022. There were various activities to enhance the creative and scholastic skills of chilldren in this week. All the students participated enthusiastically in the different activities organized during the week. Students portrayed their creative ideas in designing book marks and book covering in different activities. Students of class IV and V penned down review on their fovourite books. Students also shared the new words in theclass from tne story book they read on Vocabulary Day. The week concluded with the final round of Inter House Story Telling Competition for class III to V , Inter Class Story Telling Competition for class II and Inter Class Book Reading Competition for class I.
Book Week Celebration
BCM School, Chandigarh Road Ludhiana celebrated Children's Day on 14th November2022. Celebration encapsulating plethora of events like- motivational speech, shayari, dance ,poem, group song ,solo act, tabla performance, Ghoomar and medley. The show began with greetings to the children on the special day .This was followed by number of performances to delight , entertain and regale the students. The teachers enthusiastically performed various activities. The heartfelt appreciation by the students are a testimony to the grand success of the celebration of the Children's Day.
It is rightly said that every child is a different kind of flower that altogether make this world a beautiful garden. Children’s Day was celebrated with great vigour and enthusiasm by the students and teachers. The teachers made the occasion memorable for the children with special performances. The children were treated to a melodious medley of songs followed by a myriad of performances viz. choreography, qwali showing conflict of thoughts amid parents and children, poems, play etc. wherein teachers got the chance to relive their childhood & students got the opportunity to see their teachers performing on the stage. Students also got the chance to play some exciting games like Balloon race, Guess the song and many more. Students also participated in Fun races like Lemon & spoon Race, hurdle race etc. The winners were given gifts for their performance. It was a fun filled day full of smiles and surprises, love and laughter & fun and frolic.
CHILDREN DAY CELEBRATION
Happiness, blithe, ignorance, joy, glee, innocence and love- this is all that children are about.
On this Children's Day a fun-filled day full of love, laughter, fun and frolic was planned for the students of I to V. The day was filled with smiles and surprises. Students of I and II participated in fun races and enjoyed a lot in the school grounds. Teachers of class III to V presented mesmerizing performances for their respective students consisting of songs, dances, plays, one minute games, Riddles, poems etc. Students were delighted to see their teachers entertaining them. Apart from this, there was a plethora of in- class art & craft activities and talent hunt also. Students relished their favourite food. To make the students feel special, teachers gave small token of love to each student of their class. It was a memorable day for the students.
CHILDREN DAY CELEBRATION
Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Jayanti which marks the birth anniversary of the first Sikh Guru was celebrated with élan in the school premises when the students participated in a plethora of activities. Class in charges narrated Sakhis in the classes to emphasize the teachings of the first Sikh Guru and urged the students to follow the path of Guru Nanak. Serenity and calmness floated in the air with the beautiful humming of the shabads when students of class III to V participated in a Shabad Gayan Competition. A Sakhi narration competition was also organized for the students of class IV & V. Students of Middle block listed out the teachings of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji when they penned down the shalokas of Gurbani. Students of secondary block made beautiful portraits of Guru Ji and posters depicting Mool Mantra and Khanda Sahib. The festival was celebrated by all the students with great pride, honor and respect.
Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji Jayanti
BCM School, Chandigarh Road observed Punjab Day on November2,2022 with great fervour by conducting an array of inter- house activities for classes IX and X.Students extended their hands to make the day magnificently successful by displaying their talent through model making, jigsaw puzzle, Art and Craft of Punjab, Poem recitation, Speech etc. Beas House with maximum participation was declared winner.
The aim of the celebration was to sensitize students towards rich culture and heritage of Punjab and to ignite competitive spirit in students.
Students of class I to V participated in Confluence -2022 organized by DAV School, BRS Nagar Ludhiana. Students brought laurels to school by bagging positions in different events. Jaibir Singh of class I-A got III prize in Fancy Dress Event. Aradhya Jain of class I – C got III prize in Story Telling Event. Dhriti of class IV – D got third prize in Solo Dance Event. Jannat Jain of class IV – J got I prize in Paper Quilling Art and Smile of class V got III prize in Kareoke Singing Event.
Rashtriya Ekta Divas (National Unity Day) is observed on 31st October every year to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel. To make the students aware about the day and this great leader, various activities were conducted. Unity Pledge was observed by students and teachers of all classes. Speeches were delivered to acquaint the students with the life of Sardar Ji. Students of class V prepared posters on the theme “Unity in Diversity”. An Inter House Quiz was also organized on the life History of Iron Man of India in which Ravi House emerged as winner.
National Unity Day
The Rashtriya Ekta Divas (National Unity Day) is observed on 31st October every year. The day commemorates not only the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel, but also reaffirms the inherent strength and resilience of our people to withstand threats to the security, unity and integrity of the country. Students of middle wing observed this day with great zest. The day started with the special morning assembly on the topic Unity wherein the students presented a story and song on the topic. They also administered unity pledge. House Council of Middle wing presented speech on the life and teachings of Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel.
RASHTRIYA EKTA DIWAS II MIDDLE WING II
U-14 boys Cricket team participated in P.S.E.B. Cricket tournament and bagged 2nd position in District level Championship held on October 29, 2022.
DISTRICT LEVEL CRICKET TOURNAMENT
U-14 Girls team participated in P.S.E.B. volleyball tournament and bagged second runner up trophy in District level championship. Out of 4 girls, 3 got selected for state level tournament.
DISTRICT LEVEL VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT
U- 14 & U- 17 girls team participated in District level Table Tennis Tournament which was held at K.V.M. Civil Lines. U- 14 team bagged 3rd position & U-17 team bagged second position. Jasmeen Kaur of class VIII B got selected for state level tournament.
DISTRICT LEVEL TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT
" It's festival of lights today, It's again Diwali".
It's time to dress up folks, It's time to adorn the Thali".*
To mark the auspicious occasion of Diwali a plethora of activities was organised in Primary block.
Students of class I & II recited Chopayees from Ramayana alongwith their meaning. Class III students made beautiful Torans. An Inter House Rangoli Competition was organised for students of class IV & V in which Ravi House emerged as winner. Students also pledged to have a safe and eco-friendly Diwali.
On the occasion of tourism day CBSE announced the second Expression Series. The theme for the same was "Tourism in India". A poster making competition on the theme "The tourist place, I like to visit the most" was organised for the students of class 5. One best entry was selected and sent to CBSE.
CBSE Expression Series on "Tourism in India"
Diwali celebrations at school often mean a festive look with diyas and lanterns adorning the school. The activities permeate the school premises with an atmosphere of togetherness and hope. Students of classes VI-VIII celebrated the festival of Diwali with great enthusiasm. The celebration started with the special assembly highlighting the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil. The students talked about the significance of the festival - how good always conquered the evil and also about why and how Diwali is celebrated across India. Besides sensitizing students about the ill-effects of crackers, they also shared the guidelines of environment-friendly options for celebrating Diwali. Decorated with rangolis of vibrant hues, the classes had an ambience of joy and happiness. The students showcased the spirit of Diwali by decorating diyas, candles, lanterns & many more.
Education and academic competitions are two most important ingredients of human life. Competitions at an educational institution target to increase students’ efficiency. These events are a part and parcel of schools for the holistic development of the students. BCM School, Chd. Road organized felicitation ceremony to honour the achievers of District level, LSSC, Hubs of Learning & other inter school competitions. The ceremony started with the School Principal honouring the achievers who have proved their potential by bringing laurels to the school. In past two months BCMites proved themselves a step ahead than others by bagging various prizes in different LSSC Competitions and Inter School Competitions. Participants of various competitions who were hounoured were Winners of District Yoga championship, Swimming Championship, LSSC Volley Ball, Turf- 2022, Hubs of Learning, G.S. Memorial and many more. On behalf of all the Achievers, School captain Raghav thanked School management and Principal Sir for giving them opportunity to showcase their talent and uncover personal capacity. At the end, School Principal congratulated all the achievers for their exemplary performance in different events. He exhorted others to work hard and shine in the same manner.
FELICITATION CEREMONY ORGANIZED AT BCM SCHOOL
Nishta of III C participated in 5th North India Ashihara Karate Championship organized by Karayat Defence Academy held at Perfect Public Sr. Sec. School and won first prize. She received a gold medal and a certificate for the same.
5th North India Ashihara Karate Championship
As part of the celebration of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM), CBSE announces the second Expression Series for the session 2022-23. Students made posters on the theme ‘How would I promote tourism in my city/town?’ Later on entry of Kiratpreet Kaur of Class VIII-F was selected and sent to CBSE for the next round of Competition. She also got the participation certificate for the same.
CBSE EXPRESSION SERIES
World Food Day Celebration.
As a mark of respect to the former President and Missile man of India APJ Abdul Kalam's birth anniversary was celebrated with great enthusiasm by the secondary Wing of BCM School Chd. Rd, Ldh. a poster making competition was organised for the students of classes IX and X. Young learners expressed their ideas on various topics like scientific symbols, eminent scientist, quotations and Science based diagrams. The students thoroughly enjoyed the activity.
Celebration of Birth Anniversary of APJ Abdul Kalam .
Jesus Sacred Heart Convent School organized G.S. Memorial- Inter School Mega Event. Bcmites from Classes 1st to 10th participated in it and brought laurels to schools by winning various competitions. School also bagged 2nd Runner up trophy for its overwhelming performance in various competitions. Result for the same is as follows:
• Under 12 cricket team comprising Nitish, Swastik, Gurshan, Mehul, Jappan, Harshank, Dhruv, Jasnoor, Prajwal, Kavyansh, Aarush, Naved, Aarnav, Adhiraj bagged Gold medal
• Udhriti, Gurnoor, Piyush, Divisha, Kiratpreet & Varsha of class VIII bagged first position in Art Expo
• Stuti Mahajan & Roshni Farvaha of class V bagged first position in Lippan Art
• Harshita of Class VII became 1st runner up in writing and reciting
• Khanak, Aryan, Harshit, Yuvraj, Naved, Khanish, Bhavishy of class VI became 2nd runner up in Curtain Call
• Simarpreet, Elina, Kritisha, Shrishta, Prisha, Harjot of class IX became 2nd runner up in Group symposium
• Balkirat Singh & Jasmine of class VII got appreciation in Be a Rockstar
• 22 students from classes VI to VIII got appreciation in folk dance.
• Jaibir singh of class I got appreciation in Character Fantasy
• Nishtha Sharma & Navya of class III got appreciation in Mirror decoration
GS MEMORIAL INTER SCHOOL MEGA EVENT
Under17 and 19 boys got 1st position in punjab board inter school Yoga district Championship held at BVM School Udham Singh Nagar on 25 and 26 September 2022. The following students are selected for State level championship. Aneek(X-F),Rakshat(X-C), Amit(XII-MED), Anshul(VII-D), Jatin(VIII-A), Mannat(IX-B),Divyam(IX-D
DISTRICT LEVEL YOGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Celebration of Hindi Diwas in BCM School, Chd. Road
On account of ‘Hindi Diwas’, Hindi Department of BCM School, Chd. Road organized various competitions for the students. BCMites rejoiced as they celebrated Hindi Diwas with enthusiasm and fervour to emphasize the importance of Official Language of our country. A special morning assembly was oraganized to mark the importance of the country’s most widely spoken language. Students of all blocks participated in a plethora of activities consisting of Doha Gayan, Achman Mantra Recitation, Kavita Gayan, Ramayan ki Chopayeeyan, Kahavton se Kahani, Doha Lekhan, Slogan Writing, Bhashan Pratiyogita, Biographies of authors and poets etc. Aradhya of class I and Reyansh of class II mesmerized the judges when they recited dohas written by Kabir ji and Tulsidas ji with confidence and beautiful expressions. Nandika of XI Arts A recited heart touching poem to show her love and respect for pride of our country “Hindi”. To make the event fun filled and interesting, there was a round of riddles and puzzles also. The event was an initiative to make the students respect and learn the importance of our official language – ‘Hindi’. Students from all the blocks participated in this event enthusiastically. Principal D P Guleria conveyed his wishes on this auspicious day by saying that Hindi is an unbreakable part of India's culture. Hindi has been a unifying force for the whole nation for centuries and we should protect it and respect it.
PUNJAB KHED MELA- Volleyball tournament was organised by Punjab khed Mela in which Sukhman and Ashanpreet bagged first position. Abhinav of VII B also participated and bagged 2nd position.They all got selected for the district level as well.
PUNJAB KHED MELA VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT
Punjab School Zonal Badminton (Doubles) Tournament was held at Guru Nanak Stadium. U-14 Girls team bagged First position. The team comprising Ishpreet Kaur(VII-I) & Bhavtaran kaur(VII-J) got selected for district level.
PUNJAB SCHOOL ZONAL BADMINTON TOURNAMENT
Following the guidelines of CBSE under the title Poshan Maah', an interaction session on the day of PTM, was held by secondary wing students for students and their parents on 10.9.2022 with the view to spread the awareness about the balanced diet and various components that a balanced plate must include.
In this, the parents were asked for the foodstuffs they usually have for their breakfast, lunch and evening snack and the
balanced meals, consisting of common Indian foodstuffs, and healthier alternatives to the junk food were suggested.
Punjab School Zonal Table Tennis Tournament was held at KVM School. U-14 Girls team bagged First position. The team comprising Liza (VII-I), Vanshika & Jasmine(VIII-B) got selected for district level.
PUNJAB SCHOOL ZONAL TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT