The school celebrated its Silver Jubilee on 6 February 2019 through a journey of glorious 25 years. These years have marked Jiva’s name in society for imparting quality global education for the holistic development of each pupil, integrity and empathetic contribution to make the society a healthy, wealthy and peaceful place to live in.
The programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva, Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam, School Coordinators and the Young Directors of the Institute Shri Madhusudan Chauhan, Mrs. Kajal Chauhan, Mrs. Meenakshi, Mrs. Neerja & Director Dr. Pratap Chauhan, followed by enthralling colourful presentation on stage, that represented an amalgamation of art and culture, music and entertainment. The stage presentation as exemplary and based on the philosophies of the school like DKN, SOE and Swadhyay. These philosophies empower the pupils with strength and confidence and give direction to choose what is upright. The Achievements of 25 years were read out amidst loud applause. Dr. Pratap Chauhan highlighted the significance of Ayurveda and positive thoughts and attitude. The sports students representing the school at National and District level were awarded too. The faculty was also awarded for their remarkable contribution in academics. The Service Awards were conferred to teachers completing tenure of 5 years, 10 years and 20 years of service in school. The staff was also conferred with Board Result Excellence Award and Service Appreciation Award for their hard endeavors and contribution.
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.
The school had facilitated a workshop cum training session for the staff, on 18 January 2019. It was conducted by Ms. Mamta Sharma from Delhi, who is a renowned Life Coach Trainer, orator and involved in writing skills. Ms. Sharma apprised the faculty about Life Skills and means and methodology to live and remain happy. According to Ms. Sharma being happy is an art. The workshop was organized by the school counselor Ms. Susan D’Souza.
During the training session, it was explained how to overcome the difficulties and crises in life that are inevitable. These harsh realities in life, create panic and one needs to control feelings and thoughts to maintain calm and tranquility. Life skill teaches not to worry or be anxious but to brave challenges and overcome them. Most of the time, crises occurs due to our thoughts that create a dilemma between positive and negative thoughts. Our thoughts need to be positive which demonstrate various thought control techniques to be free and released of every tension in life. She also conducted a few activities wherein the staff participated and tried to find solutions to everyday problems.
The best use of winter vacation at Jiva happened to be a workshop entitled ‘Tech Integrated Class Room Technology’ organized for the faculty members to brush themselves with the latest technology and utilize it in various aspects of academics and to share with the students. The first workshop of its kind was conducted by Dell Aarambh – Tata Class Edge at Jiva Public School. It was the first workshop in Delhi NCR region. All the teacher participants were given a participation Certificate. For maximum and excellent use of Tata Edge Class, the school teachers Ms. Renu Wadhwa, Ms. Meenu Sharma and Ms. Parminder were conferred with certificates. The IT sector school coordinator Ms. Priya Trivedi was given a certificate for her wonderful job in the Department.
The high standard of education in this era requires updates with latest technology, because the young learners are very inquisitive and eager. Hence it is necessary that teachers are adept in techno-skills to satisfy the young minds and quell their apprehensions. This technical knowledge adds to make their subjects easy and interesting. Today’s workshop highlighted the useful utility of Whats app, Facebook, Instagram, Blog and Web Designer and to work smartly for a cut above in their knowledge.
The school had celebrated the festival of Christmas on 24 Dec, during the morning assembly with great enthusiasm and aplomb. The school always facilitates every festival with joy and happiness to foster the spirit of love, harmony and tolerance among its students. Christmas is celebrated across the world to commemorate the birth of Lord Jesus, who is a symbol of love and peace.
The programme commenced with the rhythmic music of Jingle-bells and the students staged a colourful cultural presentation. Two of class X students donned as Santa Claus had distributed sweets and chocolates among students. The Kindergarten toddlers dressed in colourful costumes and Santa Caps, presented a graceful dance. Thereafter they were escorted to visit the church at NH 5. The tubbies there presented a programme, conveying the message of peace and harmony. They also danced at the Jingle-bell music.
On the occasion the Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan wished all the students and teachers and stated that we all should respect and be loving and affectionate to one and all. The school Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam graced the occasion.
The land of Haryana state is considered to be the most pious, since ancient time and the ancient history acknowledges its many pious and religious achievements. During Mahabharat, fought on this land of piety, Lord Shri Krishna had preached Arjun, the pearls of wisdom, that were compiled in the Gita as sacred composition. Now-a-days, on this pious land, the Gita Jayanti Samaroh is being organized, where in many towns and cities are participating. It is believed that the state is christened after Lord Krishna, which transcribed in Hindi means Hari–ka–Aana, which is now called Haryana.
The Gita fest celebrated across the state, was fecilitated at Jiva Public School , keeping in mind the varied aspects of academic curricula, many cultural and religious facts were apprised to students during the morning assembly. The class VII students staged a short skit based on ‘Karma’. The skit highlighted the necessity and significance of ‘Karma” as good deeds are always rewarded. The class IX students presented in Shlokas the purpose of life and the preachings of Lord Krishna to Arjun, emphasizing that human life is meant for great purposes and precepts. Man is born to fulfill the objectives of human life. The fest is fecilitated every year as on this pious day when Lord Krishna had preached Arjun during the battle of Mahabharat.
Panchotsav: Second Gala Inter-School Anniversary Felicitation at Jiva Public School
On 22nd November, the school commemorated the second successful gala anniversary of Inter-school Competition Panchotsav, wherein 18 schools of the District with a total of 210 contestants had participated enthusiastically. Panchotsav comprises of five different themes, namely India in Action, Science Seminar, Business Quiz, Languages Hindi (Navras)/English[Extempore] and two tech Competitions in Computer. Panchotsav provides a platform to young ignited minds to explore their potential in different streams of education and cultivate their talents by participating and to blossom as peak performers. Panchotsav encourages the youngsters, imbued with passion for learning, for a holistic development and to blaze a trail by virtue of their hardwork and resolute focus to prove their mettle.
The Ceremony commenced with the lightning of the blissful lamp of knowledge. The Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam graced the occasion. The guest for the day were Ms. Kajal Chauhan International Project Head, Ms. Meenakshi Chauhan HR Head, Ms. Neerja Chauhan Head Training and Development, besides many renowned and respected intellectuals were present to adjudicate the events for the day Ms. Sudipto Chaterjee, Dr. Deepti Sharma, Mr. Jai Prakash Dangre, Mr. Moshank Reylia, Ms. Mamta Singh, Mr. Harish Sharma, Mr. Vedram Shashtri, Ms. Preeti Mangla, Ms. Rajni Sachdeva, Mr. Ajay Chawla, Rotarian Gaurav Ahuja and Ms. Shashi Khurana.
The names of the participating schools are :- Saffron school Sec 37, Vidya Niketan, Asha Jyoti Peeth, Dynasty International Emerald Convent School, Vidya Mandir Public School, Manav Rachna Charmwood, Modern Vidya Niketan Sec 43, Modern Vidya Niketan Sec 17, Modern Vidya Niketan Sec 88, DAV Ballabgarh, Surajkund International, Eicher School and Jiva Public School.
The participants seemingly were very confident and excited to contest in various events. After a cut-throat competition, the winners declared were as following :- First Prize for Hindi Navras competition Best Dialogue was awarded to Jiva Public School, Ashoka Memorial bagged the Second Prize and Best Costume went to Emerald Convent. For Extempore Competition Eicher school and MVN Sec 17 were awarded Second Prize and Best Content was given to MVN Sec 43. In Science Project Jiva Public School was awarded the First Prize for Alternative Solution and Eicher School stood Second, for Unique Discovery, Emerald School and Dynasty International. For Best Content in India in Action Eicher School stood First, Manav Rachna Charmwood were awarded the Second Prize. In Business Quiz Vidya Mandir First and Manav Rachna and Charmwood got the Second Prize. In Computer Science – Slide Deck, Vidya Mandir was declared First and Jiva Public School Second and in Scratch Tales Jiva First and St. Luke got the Second Prize.
The programme concluded with the address of Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, who appreciated the hard work of the contestants and stated that such competitions build Self-confidence and tenacity of students in the growing world of opportunities to fulfill the quest for a lofty purpose. The Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan, Administrator Mrs. Mukta Sachdeva and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam, extended their best wishes to the contestants and faculty.
The Children’s Day was felicitated with great exuberance and enthusiasm, in the school during the morning assembly on 14th November. This day is celebrated across the country to commemorate the birth anniversary of our first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, who loved children. On this day the students performed on stage, imparting didactic message and highlighting the significance of the day.
The day commenced with affectionate greetings and wishes to all children. The pupils from Primary Wing presented programme on stage in their most appealing manner, thereafter the seniors enacted a musical short skit, indulging in reminiscent of routine activities in classes, between teacher and students, to the reaction of hilarious laughter and loud cheering applause. The tiny toddlers from Kindergarten section staged enthralling dances on various songs, to mark the day.
The occasion was graced by the Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan and Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan. They wished all the students on the day. The Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam reached out to every class and wished the students. She interacted and motivated them.
Police Commissioner of Faridabad organized Road Safety Quiz at Jiva Public School
The Police Commissioner of Faridabad had organized Road Safety Quiz Competition Second Level at Jiva Public School, on 12th November. The competition was contested by participants of many schools in the NIT zone. The chief purpose of organizing this competition was to create an awareness among students to follow and remain dutibound towards road safety and traffic rules. Every year the Police Commissionerate organizes this competition and the contestants with the highest score of any participating school are declared the winners. The ongoing competition was surveyed by the ACP Traffic and Nodal Officers traffic quiz.
The First level of Road Safety Quiz competition was already conducted in respective participating schools and the contestants with the highest score had qualified for the Second Level of Competition, in which many contestants from different schools of the District had participated. Each school had send a team of three contestants. Today’s competition was conducted at three Levels. In the First Level the participants were from class I to V. In Second Level, the participants were from class VI to VIII, and in the Third Level the contestants from class IX to XII had participated. The names of winners school at the First Level are :- Jiva Public School, Bansi Vidya Niketan, Ideal Public School, Govt. Senior Secondary School 21 D, Govt. Primary School NIT 5, Govt. Boys Senior Secondary School Tikona Park NIT 1, St. Columbus School Dayalbag, Apeejay Swarn Global School Sector 21 D, Shanti Niketan Public School, Blue Angles Global School Charmwood, Vidya Niketan 2 No., Govt. Primary School Sector 41-42. The names of winning school at Second Level are :- Jiva Public School, GBN School, Aravali International, Navjyoti Public School, Govt. Senior Secondary School Fatehpur Chandila, Modern MG Public School, SS Public School, The Great Buddha Public school, Hommerton Grammar School.
The names of winner schools at the Third Level are :- Govt. Senior Secondary School Pawata, Rajkiya Varistha Madhyamik Vidyalaya Saran, Shanti Vidya Niketan High School, Jiva Public School, MVN Aravali Hills, Sumer Singh Public School, Rawal International School, Aravali International School, Bansi Vidya Niketan, AD Senior Secondary School, Modern BP School and St. Luke High School.
The Chairman Shri Rishi Pal Chauhan, Director Mrs. Chander Lata Chauhan and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam graced the occasion and congratulated all the teams. Shri Chauhan, in his address said that it is the foremost duty of all citizens to follow road safety and traffic rules and make over society a safe and secure place to live in.
The school felicitated the occasion of Diwali festival in the school premises during the morning assembly, today on 5th November. It is the school’s salient feature that it celebrates all festivals traditionally and with devotion so that the children remain connected to their cultural values. Diwali is one of the Chief festival of Hindus, celebrate every year in commemoration of Lord Rama’s return to Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile. Today’s celebration was based on this aspect of the festivity.
The programme commenced with Puja of Goddess Laskshmi and Lord Ganesh by the Chairman, Director, Administrator, Principal and Co-ordinators followed by enthralling dances by the students, that kept everyone spell-bound. The primary wing flagged off a rally to create awareness for a pollution free country and a crackerless Diwali. They highlighted the harmful impact of bursting crackers on environment and human life. The kindergarten toddlers had donned colourful dresses and staged their presentation on the significance of the festival that festivals teach us love and affection, to remain duti- bound and retain communal harmony. The tiny toddlers presented a rhythmic dance as well.
The occasion was graced with the best wishes to all by chairman shri Rishi pal Chauhan and Director Mrs Chandra Lata Chauhan and Principal Mrs. Devina Nigam. In his address to students Shri Chauhan stated that we must light the lamp of knowledge which will help us to reach the pinnacle of success. All tradition, customs and rituals in India have a scientific base, the pupils should learn its significance and endeavor to progress and prosper.