Online Craft Competition 2020-2021
On the eve of ‘AKSHAY URJA DIWAS’, a virtual Science Quiz was held on August 20,2020 from 10.30 am to 1.30 pm.
Students from std V to X participated in the quiz. Questions related to Energy, Astronomy, Scientists and their contribution were asked. The Rapid Fire round added a thrill to the competition. Students enjoyed this new experience. The sincere efforts and tremendous hard work put in by the entire team of science teachers made this event possible.
Winners of the competition (Juniors)
|5 C||Shreyas Kamble||1st Place|
|5D||Vedant Kokate||2nd Place|
|5A||Vansh Wadkar||3rd Place|
Winners of the competition (Seniors)
|8 E||Anshal Ghadge||1st Place|
|8A||Aditya Sawant||2nd Place|
|8C||Aditya Kank||3rd Place|
The Hindi Elocution competition was held on August 19, 2020 from 2.30 pm to 5.00 pm. Students from standard V to X participated in the competition. Std V to VIII recited various hilarious poems . Std IX & X students spoke on current affairs such as Effect of Covid 19 , Boycott of Chinese products etc .The tremendous hard work of the teachers and students made this event successful.
The winners of the competition as follows:
1st : Swarang Revane
2nd : Dhruv Arunthathiyar
2nd : Anish Patil
1st : Krish Parmar
2nd : Soham Dabhole
1st : Nihal Konda
2nd : Mayuresh Katkar
1st : Anvay Thamake
2nd : Anshal Ghadge
1st : Chaitanya Awasthi
2nd : Karan Sawant
1st : Hardik Yadav
2nd : Devansh Sharma
2nd : Anuj Gawde
The Glimpse Of Competition
Review of the Judges
The English Elocution Competition was conducted online on August 17, 2020 at 11.00 am.
The student of standards 5 to 8 recited poems whereas the student of standards 9&10 delivered speeches on varied topics.
The Competition gave a lot of encouragement and confidence to the participants.
The judges of the event were Mrs. Pamela D’souza and Mrs. Josephine Gad of the Primary Section.
The results of the Competition are as follows.
|5||D||1 st||Darsh Chavan|
|5||A||2 nd||Vian Kamble|
|5||E||2 nd||Arin Warang|
|6||E||1 st||Trushant Rapolu|
|6||C||2 nd||Anubhav Mishra|
|7||C||1 st||Parth Tandel|
|7||D||2 nd||Nihar Pandey|
|7||E||2 nd||Swaroop Patil|
|8||A||1 st||Shreyash Chavan|
|8||E||2 nd||Shlok Kolte|
|9||C||1 st||Prajat Gajengi|
|9||B||2 nd||Bhargav Kshirsagar|
|10||B||1 st||Rohit Darekar|
|10||A||2 nd||Vraj Birje|
The Marathi Elocution competition was held on August 18, 2020 from 11.00 am to 1.30 pm. The students from standard V to X wholeheartedly participated in the competition. The topics for standard V to VIII for the competition varied from songs on patriotism to songs on nature. The speech topic for standard IX & X was whether ‘Online education is a boon or a bane?’ The teachers guided the students with their pronunciation, voice intonation and content. It was a combined effort of the teachers and students that made the competition a great success.
The following are the winners of the competition.
STD – V
First place – Vallabha Chavan 5C
First place – Shardul Gaikwad 5D
Second place – Sourish Shinde 5E
STD – VI
First place – Atharva Kale 6C
First place – Aryan Ghagare 6E
Second place – Yash Shirke 6B
Second place – Amogh Haldankar 6D
STD – VII
First place – Parth Tandel 7C
Second place – Mayuresh Katkar 7A
STD – VIII
First place – Arnav Kokate 8A
Second place – Nisarg Revadekar 8D
STD – IX
First place – Shreyash Kawthankar 9A
First place – Chaitanya Awasthi 9B
Second place – Mehul Narvekar 9C
STD – X
First place – Sarthak Pawaskar 10C
Second place – Rutvik Mainkar 10A
On the 15th August 2020 our school ensured that the fervor of patriotism lives on, and shifted our Independence Day celebrations online. The live part of the online Independence Day celebrations was the flag hoisting ceremony at the school where the Principal hoisted the national flag along with our Honourable Trustee Mr. Joseph D’Souza, the Vice Principal, Headmistress, and the Supervisor of the Junior College.
As the pandemic is still raging, the teachers went digital, to connect with both students and parents, to make this celebration a memorable one. To commemorate the 74 years of Independence, the teachers worked meticulously to make this day an eventful one. Class teachers of every standard connected with parents and students through Google meet at 8am. A pre-recorded video on Independence Day was presented to the students to view. Students of each class also sang patriotic songs and made speeches in their respective virtual classes. The celebration ended with a thank you to the students and parents for joining this virtual celebration.