One more batch of Jivites is ready to step out of the school portal and the golden years spent in Jiva will remain etched in the mind and heart of the out-going students who move forward to carve a niche for their bright future. The didactic adieu solemnised in honour of class XII, raphosidized them with old memors, sentiments and entertainment. The programme commenced with the traditional VedicHawan, to be bestowed with divine blessings, before the pupils appear for their Board Exam.
The Chief purpose of the programme was equally a reminder to remain focused on their goals and achieve success. The class XI students had staged rhythmic dances, conducted fun-filled games and synchronized heart-throbing titles according to each persona. The atmosphere was filled with high emotions and sentiments, when the out-going jivites expressed their gratitude towards the management and teachers for giving them direction through SOE, DKN and Swadhyay besides imparting academic knowledge and education.
On the occasion the Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan and Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan wished luck to class XII pupils and appreciated class XI for organizing the programme so smoothly. The Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam also wished the out-going students. Shri Chauhan, in his address to students stated that each student is empowered with unique traits and accordingly they should decide their future course. He also advised to maintain an optimum balance of the values learned even in moments of adversity.
On 27 December, a cricket tournament for Jiva’s alumni was organized at D.P. Choudhary Sports Complex Pawata. A total of fifty ex-students from Jiva had participated. This Cricket tournament was organized by Dr. Keshav Chauhan, Shri Rahul Ojha, Shri Pankaj Sharma and Shri Rohit Ojha. The Jiva Institute had organized this match which was divided into three teams entitled as Team A, Team B and Team C. The lucky winner of the match was Team A, captained by Shri Madhusudan Chauhan, who is an ex-jivite. It was a pleasant occasion for the ex-jivites to meet one another and share their experiences as well.
All the participant players had given a remarkable performance during the match. Shri Rohit Ojha was declared the Man of the Match in the First match, Shri Sandeep Singh Reydhu in the Second and Third match and Pankaj Sharma in the Fourth match. The winner Team A was conferred a Gold Medal, Team B Silver and Team C Bronze Medal respectively. Keshav Chauhan was declared the Best Bowler. There was arrangement of a D.J. for their entertainment and enjoyment.
The occasion was graced by Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, who congratulated the winner. The Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan inter-acted with the ex-Jivites and motivated them. The occasion was also graced by Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam and faculty Monika Sharma.
Alumni form an important part of our Jiva family. Over the years we work to nurture the talents of each individual. Once they enter college and the world of work, we want them to continue to be a part of Jiva Public School.
If you are a Jiva alumnus, we encourage you to stay connected to your alma mater, and to share your experience and wisdom with our students and staff. Get in touch with us to find out how you can be involved with Jiva at every step of your life.