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The Annual Magazine Jiva Sandesh Release Ceremony at Jiva

The Annual Magazine Jiva Sandesh Release Ceremony at Jiva

Chairman, Director, Administrator, Principal and Jiva Management members at the release of Jiva Sandesh

Jiva scripted a successful new chapter to its credit on 23rd Nov, at the ceremony of Annual Magazine release of Jiva Sandesh. This magazine is a true replica of Jiva Philosophies and carries many warm wishes and messages. The occasion was graced by the Chairman Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva, Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam, Director Ayurveda Madhusudan Chauhan, International Project Head Mrs. Kajal Chauhan, H.R. Head Mrs. Meenakshi Chauhan and Training and Development Head Mrs. Neerja Chauhan.

The Winners in Debate Competition organized by Dainik Jagran Sanskarshala with Chairman, Director, Principal, Management members and Staff

The occasion also conferred Awards to winners in different Inter-school Competition, who brought laurels to individual self and the school by procuring the most coveted First Position. In this context MVN Sector 17 had organized Science Fest, where in the participants had explained the utility benefit and medicinal value of ingredients found in every Indian Kitchen. The winners of this competition are Anshika, Nalini and Maitri Agarwal from class V. Another competition at MVN Movie Making was won by class VI participants Jivansh Singh and Shubham Thareja, who excelled despite cut-throat competition. Krishitika class IX and Vasvi class VII were awarded for participation in International Story Writing Competition. The four participants class XI Ayushi Gupta and Dhanishtha Verma, class XII Vishal Verma and Yash Chauhan were awarded in Essay Writing Competition for knowledge, skills and understanding organized by the Latvia Ambassador 1day students Competition. In Sports and games the Jiva participants and winners of Gold, Silver and Bronze Medal at District, State and National level were honoured too. The contestants had performed excellently in Karate, Badminton, Skating, Archery and Netball. In Debate Competition, organized by Dainik Jagran Hindi daily and winners of school trophy of FLCC in Drawing Competition were appreciated too.

The Science Fest winners giving demo

The occasion was addressed by Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, who stated that we must allow our children to think freely because such thoughts will lead them to scale new heights of success.

Healthy Ayurveda Tips for Tiny-Toddlers at Jiva

Healthy Ayurveda Tips for Tiny-Toddlers at Jiva

In the present day scenario where every second child is affected with obesity, it becomes imperative to develop right eating habits since the formative years of a child. In this context the school had organized a special Ayurveda workshop to generate health awareness among students of class I to III. The objective of this workshop was to apprise the students about the significance of sound health and a fit and active physique. The workshop was conducted by Dr. Savita Kaushik who emphasized and briefed about health and cleanliness. She stated that a healthy mind resides in a healthy body. The attraction of the workshop was the animated Powerpoint Presentation to explain how to keep the body clean by taking daily bath, washing hands before meals, trimming nails and eating nutritious meals. This presentation not only appealed and attracted the students but also motivated them.

Dr. Savita Kaushik is a serving doctor at Ayurveda Telemedicine Center. She intimated the students about Vata, Pitta and Kapha and advised them to eat meals according to their Body Type and use Ayurveda products. She suggested to take Chawanprash/Swarnprash to develop immune system and avoid falling sick very often. She quelled the apprehensions and replied the queries of students to their satisfaction.

The workshop was graced by the presence of Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam. The coordinator Ms. Susan had facilitated the workshop.

Panchotsav – A Successful Annual Fest Felicitation at Jiva Public School

Panchotsav – A Successful Annual Fest Felicitation at Jiva Public School

Chairman Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director, Administrator, Principal and
Guests lighting the lamp of knowledge

The school had commemorated the third successful annual fest Panchotsav on 9th  November. The fest Panchotsav, gaining popularity and deligently organized with vibrancy and exuberance, attracts best student talent from the district. Dedicated to enthusiastic budding participants, be it Science Seminar, the Business Quiz, or attracted to Languages (English Dramatic Monologue/Hindi Debate) or Technology (Kodu game lab/ TubiTube} and India in Action – A Community Service Program, its Panchotsav where a contestant ought to be ! Many schools from the district had registered to contest for variable events, and each contestant on stage was confident and unique, giving a tough time to honourable judges to adjudicate with their invaluable verdict.

The programme commenced with the lighting of the blissful lamp of knowledge. The occasion was graced by the benign presence of Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam, followed by the welcome of the esteemed guests, who are Ms. Shikha Gupta (Asstt. Prof. YMCA), Dr. Dipti Sharma (Asstt. Prof. K.C.C. Institute of Technology & Management Greater Noida), Mrs. Usha Saxena (HOD English, Jiva Public School), Ms. Monisha Gupta (Teacher Trainer with Cambridge University & Resource Person with British council), Shri Harish Sharma (Head of Beti Bachao Abhiyan), Ms. Seema Sharma (National Head of Beti Bachao Abhiyan), Mrs. Preeti Mangla (Examiner of Patent of Design Minister of Commerce & Industry), Shri Inderjeet Singh (PGT Science DPS Mathura Road, Faridabad), Rotarian Neeraj Bhutani (Ex President Rotary Club, Aastha), Dr. Jyoti Rana (Prof of Management at Vishvakarma Skill University). The objective of the competition was to blend modern and ancient culture with optimum balance.

Winners with the Chairman, Director, Administrator, Principal and the event incharges

The names of the participating schools are :- Vidya Niketan, Vidya Mandir Public School, DAV School Sector 37, St. John’s, Modern Vidya Niketan Aravali Hills, The Modern School, Emerald Convent School, Rawal International School, Jiva Public School and Ryan International School etc.

The winners of the various competitions are – In Business Quiz Pavitra Singh, Prateek Anushka from MVN Aravali School, Science Seminar Rahul Ranjan Patra, Mayank Jaiswal, Daksh Arora from MVN Aravali, in Hindi Debate Competition Best Speaker (for) Krishithikaa Jiva Public School and Best Content (against) Himakshi from Vidya Niketan, Best Content (for) Khwaish St. John’s, Best Speaker (against) Sameeksha from Jiva Public school. In Fast and Furious Kunal Verma, Kratagya Kumar from Vidya Mandir, India in Action Simarjeet, Lakshay, Devika from Jiva Public School, Tubi-Tube Ankit and Yeleena from Jiva Public School, in Dramatic Monologue Akanksha Choudhary from Jiva Public School.

The Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan appreciated the efforts and congratulated the winners. The Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam wished all the faculty members.

A Safe, Eco-Friendly and Traditional Diwali at Jiva

A Safe, Eco-Friendly and Traditional Diwali at Jiva

An ambience of festivity embarked at Jiva premises to celebrate Diwali in its most traditional but eco-friendly manner. It conveyed the message that the festive occasion should be felicitated pollution free and safe. The occasion was briefed with the festive significance and the folk lore of Lord Dhanwantri’s incarnation on Dhanteras Day. The true meaning of Deepawali was explained by Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan.

The programme commenced by offering traditional puja of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi by the Chairman, Director, Principal and Coordinators of the school, followed by cultural items on stage by the students. The students staged a short skit that appealed to make the country pollution free and not to burst crackers. They also intimated the harms caused by bursting crackers to humans, animals and plants. The students celebrated Diwali in an eco-friendly way using natural and waste materials for decoration. The enthralling dance added colour to the celebration and kept everyone mesmerized.

A safe & eco-friendly diwali at Jiva

The occasion was also marked with awards to winners at Inter-school level for different events in sports, speeches and Bhajan Competitions.

The Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan and the Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan wished a safe and Happy Diwali to students and teachers. Shri Chauhan in his address stated that one must light the candle of knowledge on this festive occasion, as it leads to the pinnacle of success. We must follow our culture and acknowledge the scientific importance that each tradition and ritual carries. Each festival in India is based on some scientific aspect and we must realize it for our own benefit. He also advised to remain rooted to our culture.

Career Counselling Programme at Jiva

Career Counselling Programme at Jiva

A career counselling programme was conducted for the outgoing students. It was presided by the Director Shri Rajul Pratap Singh, who runs an institute and is popularly known as Career Pundit. It was co-hosted by Ms. Bharti Sethi who apprised better future career options in different streams. There are nearly 2700 schools working under this institute. It apprises the students about the right and remunerative career options related to almost all stream in Education.

Shri Rajul had briefed the students in detail about the successful career options in science, Commerce, Humanities and Arts stream. It is necessary to choose any such stream where a student could excel. In today’s scenario, the sources of various careers have changed drastically due to advanced technology. The minute details of each stream and the jobs related to it were explained by Shri Rajul, besides that, he stated there might be such job options which may not be popular at present but holds a vast scope in future and would work according to the environment. He brought home the significance of each subject and the jobs it offered, which the students need to weigh and reason according to their capabilities. He extolled to be aware of the indepths and inputs of the chosen stream and be benefitted with its technical aspect and knowledge. The students should also keep themselves abreast with new aspects and advancements for their benefit.

The students had queries regarding their stream and career which were satisfactorily answered by Shri Rajul. An inquisitive query about modeling career options was also promptly and skillfully replied.

The occasion was graced by the Principal Ms. Devina Nigam. The programme was conducted under the supervision of school counselor Ms. Suzane D’Souza.

Exemplary Orientation at Jiva Public School

Exemplary Orientation at Jiva Public School

The school takes initiatives to conduct orientations time and again to quell apprehensions and doubts and pave way to guide and clear concepts. This exemplary orientation was aimed to provide clear guidance to students for their bright future and enable them build a successful career for themselves. The occasion also marked granting scholarships to class X students under this program. It was a HATRICK of Scholarship 2020 and in the Science stream the grants of scholarship rose to twelve and commerce stream five.

Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam with students granted scholarship

The orientation is a generous endeavor of the school to assist students to acknowledge and recognize their strengths and work with equal efficiency to succeed. Besides it also allows parents to sneak peek into their wards talents and virtues and help them pursue it in right perspective. The faculty in school briefed about the difference between ICSE and CBSE and explained abou the Question paper pattern and high score marking scheme in Board Exam. The teachers explained about certain policies of ISC, which would prove useful and of greater advantage to students.

Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam with students granted scholarship

The guardians were appealed to follow the philosophy of the school and impart moral values to their wards. They should be asked to follow Dincharya Ke Niyam and Swadhyay, so as to build confidence and overcome their flaws. The occasion was also marked by ex-jivites explaining of the benefits of the high quality education and high moral and cultural values they acquired in school.

The occasion was addressed by the chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, who emphasized on twin Bhagidari of parents and school in building the future of students. Parents need not aspire for a high score but see to building the upright character of their wards. This will give them right direction to progress.

Master Faridabad and Miss Faridabad Award Conferred at Jiva Public School

Master Faridabad and Miss Faridabad Award Conferred at Jiva Public School

It was an insightful initiative to facilitate Panchotsav for the Play School tiny toddlers and provide opportunity and a platform for the essence of their existence and expressions. Such programmes are catalyst to progressive ideas, interaction and exchange of information. An exciting array of talents and skills were staged by over 200 participants of various play schools to enhance knowledge and foster comaraderie and demonstrate skills in a healthy and friendly atmosphere. The events categorized according the age groups were amusing and interest captivating. To name a few schools in attendance are – Kids Safari, Little Angel, Sai Kids, Kids Convent, Genius Play, Blooming Kids, Wonder World, Cambridge Montessori, I-Kids Shiny Star, Lord Shiva, Disney Den, Anand Kids, Little Pioneer etc.

The programme comprised of various competitive events like Ramp Walk, Colouring, Dad and Me with Sports, Mom and Me dance, Rhyme and Recitation. The events were improvised according to their potential and age. The winners were awarded duly and the lime-light of the programme was Master Faridabad and Miss Faridabad Award.

The programme commenced with the benign presence of Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva, Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam. The Guest of Honour was the Young Director of Jiva Ayurveda Mr. Madhusudan Chauhan, who also did the honour to adjudicate the event Ramp Walk. The Chief Guest was Ms. Poonam. The International Project Head Ms. Kajal Chauhan, H.R. Head Ms. Meenakshi Singh and Head Training and Development Ms. Neeraj Chauhan not only graced the occasion but also obliged to judge for different events.

The premises resounded with huge applause when the result for Ramp Walk was announced. Yuwaan from Kidz Safari Play School was declared Master Faridabad and Yuvika from Little Angels Play School was declared Miss Faridabad. Advika from Kidz Safari and Aarav from Little Angels were the Runner-up. Hardika from Genius Play School and Akshara from Anand Kidz were awarded for Best Attire, Riyansh from Genius Play School, Sehaj from I-Kids Play School, Madhavi from Wonder World were awarded for Beautiful Smile Lakshita and Prateek from Genuis Play School. Diya from Little Angels were awarded Graceful Walk. In Colouring Competition Laxmi from Lord Shiva School was the Winner and Sanjana Saini from Wonder World was the Runner-up. Himanshi from Sai Kidz School was awarded for Outstanding Presentation Dad and Me Sports Competition Shourya from Genius Play School was the Runner-up. Mom and Me Dance Competition Laxmi from Genius Play School was the Winner and Veedisha from Anand Kids Play School was Runner-up. Tavleen Kaur from Wonder World was awarded for Outstanding Choreography and Daksh Rawat from Lord Shiva Play School for Outstanding Coordination. Ryhyme and Recitation Competition Lakshita from Kids Convent was the Winner and Kanika Goyal from Sai Kids was the Runner-up. The atmosphere was marked with thrilling excitement and exuberance.

The Chairman congratulated the winners and motivated them with a free conversation. The Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam extended their warm wishes to the winners and appreciated the endeavours of the staff.

 

Safety Measures Against Fire under Disaster Management at Jiva

Safety Measures Against Fire under Disaster Management at Jiva

Engineer Laikram Bhartiya and Virendra Singh Narvat briefing about the safety measures

One of the salient feature of our school is that it cares for every minute details to provide a congenial atmosphere for learning. The school had especially conducted a seminar regarding Disaster Management to safe-guard one’s-self against fire. The resource persons were invited from the District Fire Control Department. The resource persons apprised about the easy ways and means to save one-self incase of sudden fire eruption. The two resource person from the District Fire Control Department, Engineer Laikram Bhartiya and Virendra Singh Narwat recalled their experiences about precautions and safety measures to be necessitiated during sudden fire – Laikram Bhartiya stated that during fire eruption we panic and feel insecure not knowing the right safety measures, hence suffer greater loss and damage.

According to him, the foremost step is to evacuate the place that has caught-fire and immediately inform the Fire Control Department. During the session the students queried the resource persons and were replied to their satisfaction. The students also learnt the usage of fire extinguishers.

The occasion was graced by the Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, who with the staff and students acquainted himself with the safety measures. He opinions that disaster safety measures are vulnerable issues and seminars for right knowledge must be conducted in schools. The seminar was attended by Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam.

Gold for Jivites at International Level

Gold for Jivites at International Level

International Gold Medal winner Sanket Mittal and Bhavesh Lada with the National Flag

Sports and Games are an integral part of school curriculum and Jiva Public School takes special care to provide its students not only a platform but also every opportunity to showcase their talent. The school Games Federation of India had organized different Sports and Games competition like Archery, Basket-ball, Karate, Roller Hockey, Skating, Net Ball and Badminton. Many schools from the district had registered their contestants, whereas the Jivites not only contested for various Sports and games but excelled in their performance and were honoured with Medals respectively.

The Jivites had their names registered to contest at International level. Two contestants from Jiva, Sanket and Bhavesh class X participated in Indo Nepal Goodwill Championship and ranked 1st Position and procured Gold Medal, bringing laurels to school, district, state and the country.

The two winners with the Chairman, Director, Principal, Event Coordinator and Coach Jitendra.

The students credited the discipline and philosophy Swadhyay followed in school to help them remain focused on their aim and chisels their skills with regular practice. The names of the winners in Archery are: – Chavi class VII Gold Medal, Vanshika and Vineet class VII Silver Medal. These three winners will also play at State Level. The names of winners in Roller Hockey are :- class XII Deepanshu, Abhishek, Mayank, class XI Vishal Chandila. Each of them bagged Silver Medal at District Level and now they will play at State Level Competition. Skating Competition class VI Vani Awasthi Silver Medal, Class IX Surya Pratap Silver Medal and class XI Vishal Chandila Gold Medal. In Karate all participants bagged Gold Medal and their names are: – class XII Vikas Rana, Gunjeet and Khushi Chabbra, class XI Shaily, class IX Aarti, class VII Tashi. Those who clinched Silver Medal are class VI Ishita Bishnoi, Bronze Medal Mohit Vikram and Tarun Mishra class XI. From class XI Mansi, Srishti, class XII Dipanshi, Komal were elected to play at State Level Competition. Their Team bagged First Position at District level in Netball Competition and Third position in Basketball.

The occasion was addressed by the Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan who stated that Sports and Games instill discipline among students which leads then to success. The Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan apprised them the importance of Sports and Games. The Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam congratulated the winners and wished them a bright future.