Sports are integral part of a student’s growth and development.
It also plays a very crucial part in the development of mental health and physical fitness. Various outdoor games keep the body fit and healthy, indoor games like chess enhances the concentration level of the students. Sports is not always about winning.
It is also about fair play and believing in equality and justice. Children also understand and inculcate the values of unity, integrity and team spirit.
To commemorate the ‘Silver Jubilee Celebration’ – a district level Volleyball and Ball Badminton Sports Competition-‘Urja-Celebrating the Spirit of Sportsmanship’ was organized at our school from 29th October 2022 to 1st October 2022.
Principal Dr. Mrs. Rupali Hingwe addressed the students and recalled the names of many ex-students who made remarkable achievement by virtue of Sports.
The Chief Guest Dr. Sharad Suryawanshi, Director of Sports and Physical Education RTM Nagpur University, addressed the students. He advised the students to maintain a harmonious equilibrium between sports and studies. The event commenced with theVerbal Inauguration by the Chief Guest.
On the first day of the competition, our school’s U-17 Girls won the final Volleyball match. Miss Kanishka Chafle displayed splendid performance. Our team defeated the team of Nagpur Parishad School, Kalmeshwar. In U-14 Girls Volleyball, Municipal High School Kalmeshwar secured I position and our team bagged the II position. U-14 boys Volleyball team of Banarasidas Ruiya from Katol, secured the I position whereas our school bagged the II position. In U-17 Boys Volleyball, I place was bagged by Nagar Parishad High School, Kalmeshwar and our school team was on II position.
In Ball Badminton U-17 girls category, our school’s team bagged the I position. The best player award was bagged by Miss Akshara Wankhede.
In Ball Badminton U-17 boys category the I position was secured by the Southern Point School, whereas our team secured the II position. U-14 boys team of our school secured the I position. II prize was bagged by Southern Point School. Another team of our school bagged the III position. In Ball Badminton, Southern Point School’s U-14 girls team were the winners and the II position was secured by our school’s team.
The three days power packed, nail biting and lively events were successful under the tireless efforts, guidance and supervision of the schools physical education teachers Mrs. Priya Bhore and Mr. Yogesh Kathoke.
Life can be compiled into a collage of events, experiences, etc that have taken place in our lives. Collage is a demonstration of the many things coming together and becoming one large big picture. By combining images, printed material, small pieces of paper, grains, etc. artists create striking works of collage that dazzle the eyes and offer a unique perspective of art. This newly created image conveys a message or idea. Collage making explores and enhances the creativity of young minds through it.
On the esteemed occasion of the Silver Jubilee Celebration an ‘Interschool Collage Making Competition’ was organized in our school on 14th December 2022. The event began with a formal welcome followed by paying obeisance to Goddess Saraswati and lighting the ceremonial lamp at the hands of Chief Guest Dr. Sadanand Chaudhari, Lecturer at Natraj College of Arts Dharampeth.
The topics for collage making were Save Environment for better future, Preserve Biodiversity to preserve life, Nagpur of my dreams and Heritage of Nagpur.
Sandipani School emerged as winners in Group A. II prize was bagged by Bhavan’s B.P Vidya Mandir Ashti and III prize was secured by Seva Sadan Saksham School. B.K.V.V and School of Scholars received the Consolation prizes.
In Group B, First prize was secured by Sandipani School, II prize was bagged by Somalwar High School and Seva Sadan Saksham School secured III prize. B.K.V.V and B.V.M Trimurti Nagar bagged Consolation prizes.
The competition was judged by Shri Damodar Ahirkar, Shri Ashish Bodale, Nilawar madam and Shri Kishore Ingale.
The Collage Making Competition was successfully conducted under the able guidance of Craft and Art Teachers Mrs Sumedha Patki and Mrs Rajeshree Tiwaskar.
Somebody has rightly said,
Music is the universal Language of mankind, it brings people closer together.
Music has many benefits for one’s body, mind and soul. In other words music can have an effect on the overall development, as it can improve learning and concentration. It can also boost the mental fitness and health. It strengthens learning, memory and cognitive skill. Listening to music can enhances creativity, and reduces stress.
Any auspicious beginning is marked with Shri. Ganesh and Saraswati Vandana. In short an event cannot be completed without music.
On the occasion of the Silver Jubilee Celebration, a three day interschool music competition ‘Music-A Spiritual Journey’ was organized at our School on 15th, 16th and 17th November 2022.
The inauguration ceremony commenced with paying obeisance to Goddess Saraswati and lighting the ceremonial lamp at the hands of the Chief Guest Dr. Shri Deepak Khiradkar, Director South Central Zone, Shri Shyam Deshpande Sanskar Bharti Music Department, Vice President, Vidya Bharati, Vidarbh Prant, Chairman of our Institution Shri Makarand Pandharipande, Head Master (High School) Dr. Mrs. Rupali Hingwe, Head Master (Primary) Mrs. Megha Padhye and Supervisor Mrs. Shilpa Dongre.
The school received an overwhelming response for the competitions. The first day of the event started on a melodious note. The talented and budding singers of our school presented a tuneful song.
‘Balgeet’ competition was organized for the students of Std I-IV. Miss Marvi Akolkar from The Achiever’s school bagged the I position. Miss Dorphy Janbandhu from M.K.H Sancheti School Besa secured II position and the III position was secured by Master Heramb Lokhande from Narayana Vidyalayam. The competition was judged by Mrs. Niraja Wagh and Mrs. Lata Andhare.
On the second day, there was again a melodious treat, as Indian classical music Vocal and Instrumental Competitions were held. In Vocal category, I prize was secured by Miss Gauri Satpute from Seva Sadan Saksham School. II prize was secured by Miss Saavi Telang from MKH Sancheti School, III prize was bagged by Miss Gauri Naik from Pandit Bachharaj Vyas Vidyalaya. Divesh Singh from Delhi Public School got the consolation prize.
In Instrumental category, I prize was bagged by Yogendra Hatwar from Pandit Bachharaj Vyas Vidyalaya. II prize was bagged by Aditya Chaurasia from The Blind Boys Institute, Nagpur and III prize was secured by Yogashri Hatwar from Pandit Bachharaj Vyas Vidyalaya. Consolation prize was received by Swanand Sawai from Narayana Vidyalaya.
A traditional group song competition was organized for teachers on the concluding day.
Saraswati Vidyalaya bagged the I prize while II prize was secured by Jawahar Gurukul School; Prerna Convent bagged the III prize. The musical journey of 3 days was successful and the entire audience was delighted by the performances of all these budding disciples of music.
The event was successful under the able guidance of music teachers Mrs. Vedashree Mandavgane, Mrs. Rakhi Shiporkar and Mr. Nishant Pathak.