Innovative and Creative Orientation in the New Session

Innovative and Creative Orientation in the New Session

The new academic session in school began with an innovative three day orientation programme from 18th March to 20th March to apprise the students about the rules and regulation followed in the school and the philosophies that build a rock foundation of every pupil. For a smooth functioning and individual progress, during the programme the students were briefed to strictly follow rules and discipline. They were introduced new subjects and made aware about the benefits of sound health and a healthy life style. Through Portfolio they were informed to follow meals accordingly so that they remain healthy.

Through varied activities, the students learnt about the main subjects to be followed. The School Diary intimated about the rules and regulations and they learned about the importance of Dincharya Ke Niyam. One of the chief philosophy of Jiva SOE was explained besides the rules of road and personal safety as well. They were introduce to different Life Skills and made aware of cleanliness and keeping the surroundings clean. This was followed by a Group Discussion, wherein the students discussed about Community Service via India in Action programme activity. The highlight of discussion was to begin with donating old books. The MI & MN activity with Flash Cards intimated them about their own natures and intelligence. The students of Jiva remain disciplined through the year, which is why the school outshines with culture and moral values. The students were also tested for their MI & MN during the programme so that they know about their own potential. The students were elated to learn about Nature and Science too.

The Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan wished the students on the occasion and advised them to form concrete goals and remain focused to achieve it for future progress. Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan extoled the students and asked them to accept challenges and work hard to be successful. The Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam wished the students for a bright future in the new session.