Jiva Public School empathizes with the less privileged in society and humbly endeavours to contribute to share joy and assist them to love with respect and dignity. Under the on going programme India in Action the teachers and students share their efforts to work for their well-being in society. In collaboration with the Rotary Inter-Act Club the teachers and students organised Blood Donation Camp, and many other such campaigns for society welfare. Despite their own hectic schedule they keep in mind the progress and prosperity of the society and work unrelentlessly and tirelessly.
Keeping the objective in mind the faculty of our school visited the slums in Patel Nagar at Ballabhgarh on 28 May to share a few joyful moments with the less privileged there. This programme was conducted under the supervision of Chief member Shalini Murishwer of Aadi – The Beginning. The school had collected sarees to be distributed among those women of the slum who could not afford clothing for themselves. The school faculty believes that sharing joy is the highest form of charity and one should willingly be ever prepared for it.
Success Prides 100% Board Result at Jiva Public School
Success embarked with joy & revelry at Jiva premises on 14th May, when the council for Indian School Certificate Examination had declared the results for ISC & ICSE. It was a 100% result for a total of 124 students from class X and XII who had appeared for Board Examination this year. Our school is affiliated to CISCE and offering 3 streams namely Science, Commerce and Humanities. The ISC students in Science Stream crossed the previous years bench mark by scoring a whooping 96% in aggregate and Aayush Jaiswal 93% and stood IInd.
The ICSE topper in Science stream Himanshu Mittal scored 94.2%, Yashika Arora 92.5% and Yukti 90.4% respectively. In Commerce Stream Gaurav Bhatia and Tarushre scored 90 % respectively.
The students who scored 90 % and above across the subjects are:-
The Chairperson Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan and Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan congratulated the toppers and the students. On the occasion the Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva and the Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam congratulated the students and appreciated their efforts unreservedly.
The PTM on 5th May for the parents and guardians of sub-juniors in Kindergarten was very special, as it initiated to sensitize and create awareness for child safety. The purpose of this teacher/parent meeting was to apprise and alert the guardian against the crime and exploitation of innocent children in society, since they fall an easy victim to such happenings in society.
Through the programme they were sensitized for child safety and cyber safety in order to save children from being exploited. The parents themselves will have to take some precautionary measures by explaining safety steps to children for e.g. While changing, bathing and the difference between safe and unsafe touch. Equally important is the need for cyber safety, as in this highly technology developing world, even the little ones prefer playing games on a smart phone. They even know to use internet, hence social media has an important role in aggravating the situation. The children have become tech-savy, which is good to acquire knowledge but as parents they need to keep a watchful eye, so that the technology is not being misused by them. Therefore all care, and safety of a child is significant and the parents need to limit usage of such media before their children and represent an ideal self.
The 24th Foundation Day at Jiva Public school was perpetuated on 6 Feb amidst great euphoria and fan-fare. The fecilitation was a compendium of culture, music, revelry and education. Each item presented conveyed the crystal clear message that the school cares for the holistic development of each pupil. Besides global and modern pedagogy, the pupils are also apprised of Indian culture to strengthen their roots to its basis. The stage presentation comprised of the principles followed in the school.
The school also awarded the sports winner at State and National level. The programme was also attended by the parents/guardians of State Level winners in Road Safety Quiz Competition. These parents were honoured as well. The Best Student were awarded certificates of Merits.
The Police Commissionerate Haryana, had organized the last level of Road Safety Quiz Competition, at State Level at D.A.V. Police Public School in Ambala on 30 Jan. The contestants from Jiva Public School had an edge over others and clinched the First Position at State Level. This competition was participated by many Districts of the State. The chief objective of this competition was to apprise the students and create a conscious awareness towards traffic rules and remain bound to follow it. Every year the Police Commissionerate organizes such competition in all districts of the state and the school team who won the quiz was declared the winner.
The First Level of this competition had been organized at District Level and the school teams qualifying it were eligible for the second, third and fourth level of competition. The winners in all four level at District had qualified for the State Level Competition. Each school had a team of three contestants. The Jiva contestants could lead despite cut-edge competition and bag the First Position with their excellent performance.
This programme was graced by the presence of Shri Krishna Lal Pawar (Transport Ministry, Haryana) The school Principals and the staff were also awarded Trophy for their contribution in this competition and the winning students were awarded Dell Computers, trophies and certificates.
The school Chairperson Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan and Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan congratulated the winners. Shri Chauhan stated that it is the foremost duty of all citizens to follow traffic rules and build a safe society. The school Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam also graced the occasion.
Jiva First in District in Road Safety Quiz Competition
The Police Commissionerate Faridabad had organized the Fourth Level of Road Safety Quiz Competition at Dynasty International School, wherein participants from many schools of the district had participated. This competition is organized by the police commissionerate every year and contestants from any school with the highest score are declared the winners. The contestants from Jiva Public School had an edge over other participants. For the Second Level competition the Jivites clinched the First and in the Third level, third position respectively.
In the First level, the Dynasty school bagged the First Position. In the Second level it was Jiva Public School and in the Third level St. Columbus School stood First. The contestants from all the three schools will now compete at State level. The DCP Virendra Viz IPS himself honoured the winners by awarding a Trophy and Certificates of Merit.
Jiva participants excelled in displaying their talent at Shri Ram Millenium School on 10 Dec and clinched the First Position in the Street Play. Shri Ram Millenium School had organized a competition Mad About Environment with an objective to preserve the detoriating environment. Many renowned schools from the district had participated in the competition entitled ‘Manushya Ki Den – Prithvi Ka Vinash’. A total of 15 Jivites contested for the competition and won laurels for their remarkable presentation.
The Sant Literary Academy of DAV Shatabdi College NIT – 3 Faridabad had organized the Fourth Spiritual conference for Global Peace. The chairperson of Jiva Public School Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan was honoured for his noble deeds and contributions for the progress of Indian Culture in the benign presence of Mahant Shri Vijendra Das and Mahant Shri Ghanshyam Das. The Chief Guest was Mrs. Seema Trikha MLA and Guest of Honour were Shri Vikrant Singla and Shri Mukesh Bharadwaj. The programme was anchored by Jyoti Sangh.
The objective of this programme was upliftment of Hindu Dharma. The discussion was based on the message of Aham Brahmism and the reasons of decline of Hindu Culture.
The fore-sighted Sant Kabir, in his contemporary age, had predicted about the annihilation of mankind in future, which seemingly appears to be true now. It is only the Sant and culture that can restore it.
Jiva Conferred with National School Excellence Award
It was an extreme honour for Jiva Public School to be conferred with the National School Excellence Award on 11 December at the Fifth National Conference and School Excellence Award 2017-18. Commemorated by Brain-Feed. Hotel Le Meridian New Delhi, witnessed some five hundred Pre-school and Secondary schools assembling, to be honoured for their noble undertakings. In this regard, Jiva Public School was privileged to be awarded in three categories – Community Collaboration, STEM Education and Innovation.
The vision and guidance of the Chairperson of Jiva Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan had paved way for these great honours in three categories at national level. The Chairperson Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam, wished and congratulated the Education Department in school for its excellence and innovation and motivated for such noble deeds in future as well.