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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL, KOCHI

VISION To prepare proud and capable citizens of tomorrow, to take up challenges with a sound intellectual base, character, moral values, knowledge and competence in a changing world.

MISSION To impart holistic excellent education, that would ensure success in all walks of life and in that endeavour every member of the “school community” which comprises Management, Staff, Students and Parents shall strive to make the school “The Best.”

MOTTO To translate into reality the motto of the school Gyanena Shobhate which means “Shine by Knowledge”

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL

NAVAL BASE, KOCHI-682004

2022-2023

Name: ....................................................................................... Roll No: .................

Class: ...................... Division: ...................... Admission No: ...............................

School Bus No: ....................................... Route: ................................................

Contact No: Parent: .........................................................................................

Alternate Contact No: ......................................................................................

E-mail ID ................................................................... House: ...............................

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NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL NAVAL BASE, KOCHI-682004

2022-2023 IMPORTANT INFORMATION Principal

0484 2874794, 9447052500

Main Office

0484 2874792, 2874793, 8281018999

Tel/Fax

0484 2666533

E-mail

[email protected], [email protected], [email protected]

Web Address

www.ncskochi.ac.in

WORKING HOURS : 0720 Hrs - 1345 Hrs 0720 hrs

Bell to assemble

0725 hrs to 0740 hrs

Assembly

0945 hrs to 1005 hrs

First Break

1150 hrs to 1200 hrs

Second Break

1345 hrs

Dispersal

VISITING HOURS Principal

Mon- Fri during school hours.

Teachers

Mon- Fri from 1345hrs to 1415hrs

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 SL NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36

INDEX Student’s Personal details Important Information Index Academic Calendar Code of Conduct and Student’s Honour Code Personal Record of student Principal’s Message Foreword My Esteemed Facilitators Fee Structure 2022-23 School Mobile App & Parent Portal, TC, Facilities Fee details on issual of TC Facilities Bus Route and Timings Guidelines to Students, Parents/Guardian Code of Objectionable Conduct of Students School Uniform My Targets 2022-23 Exam schedule Major Events 2022-23 Co-Curricular Activities Sports Clubs Calendar for the Academic Year 2022-23, Particulars

List of Holidays Know Your School Medical Card of student Indemnity form for study tour, NCS(K) Application - TC National Anthem The Constitution of India PREAMBLE Fundamental Duties Fundamental Rights Pledge-National & School Songs- Prayer, School & Community Class Time Table

PAGE 1 2 3 4 5,6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15-18 19 20,21 22,23 24 25 26,27 28 29-36 37-42 43 44-119 120 121 122 123 124,125 126 127 128 129 130,131 132-139 140

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CALENDAR ACADEMIC YEAR APRIL 2022 to MARCH 2023

APRIL S M T W T F S

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

MAY 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

1 2 3 4 5

6 7

JULY S M T W T F S

31

3 4 5 6 7 8 9

1 2

10 11 12 13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 21 22 23

30 31

1

2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

24 25 26 27 28 29 30

23 24 25 26 27 28 29

JANUARY S M T W T F S

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

29 30 31 1 2 3 4

AUGUST

OCTOBER S M T W T F S

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

JUNE

22 29 23 30 24 31 25 26 27 28

7 8 9 10 11 12 13

1 2 3 4 5 6

14 15 16 17 18 19 20

1 2 3 4 5

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

21 28 22 29 23 30 24 31 25 26 27

20 21 22 23 24 25 26

27 28 29 30

4 5 6 7 1 8 2 9 3 10

1 2 3 4

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30

19 26 20 27 21 28 22 23 24 25

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30

DECEMBER 4 5 6 7 1 8 2 9 3 10

FEBRUARY 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

SEPTEMBER

NOVEMBER 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

11 12 13 14 15 16 17

18 19 20 21 22 23 24

25 26 27 28 29 30 31

MARCH

1 2 3 4

5 6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16 17 18

19 20 21 22 23 24 25

26 27 28 29 30 31

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CODE OF CONDUCT AND STUDENTS' HONOUR CODE 1. Navy Children School (Kochi), an educational organization functioning under the aegis of the Navy Education Society, New Delhi and governed by Headquarters, Southern Naval Command aims at overall development of the students by providing sound intellectual base while instilling character and values in them. 2. While the School endeavours to groom young students as responsible citizens of tomorrow and prepares them to take on emerging challenges by augmenting them with sound intellectual base, character and moral values, it is also the collective obligation of the management, staff and parents to participate in this holistic process. Hence, it is the responsibility of all stakeholders to strive to make the School the best by translating the motto of the School ’Gyanena Shobhate’ into reality. 3. The Honour Code at NCS (K) aims at establishing best practices towards character building in addition to achieving academic excellence. The Code of Conduct of Navy Children School (Kochi) based on the core values is as follows: (a) Academic Excellence: A student shall strive to achieve ‘academic excellence’ by actively involving himself or herself in the learning process with commitment and dedication, without indulging in any unfair means. (b) Honesty : A student shall be honest, upright and righteous and shall not lie, steal or cheat under any circumstance. (c) Integrity: A student shall remain truthful, trustworthy and shall behave in a befitting manner as expected at all times, even when unsupervised. (d) Respect for Self and Others: A student shall refrain from all unethical activities such as harming, damaging, insulting or gossiping and shall behave respectfully with teachers, staff and co-students. (e) Responsibility: Besides focusing on academics, a student shall responsibly behave in a manner conducive to the School’s healthy environment. (f) True Nationhood: Every student shall pay utmost respect to the National Flag and the National Anthem. He or she shall maintain healthy relationship with fellow students and practice good social etiquettes. (g) Sportsmanship: A student shall display his or her true spirit of ‘sportsmanship’ by displaying team spirit and camaraderie without getting prejudiced with the outcome of a sporting event.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 Student's Honour Code As a student of Navy Children School, I shall constantly strive to achieve academic excellence while practicing my School's core values of honesty, integrity and responsibility. I shall remain guided by moral and ethical values imbibed in me and shall display the spirit of true nationhood and sportsmanship on every occasion even when unsupervised. I will neither lie, cheat nor indulge in any unfair means and shall never abet the defaulters. I shall display exemplary behaviour both within the School as well as outside and shall act as a source of inspiration for other students to emulate. Taking immense pride in my School, I shall make earnest efforts in upholding the Honour Code. I shall always endeavour through my thoughts, words and deeds in making the School proud of me. Jai Hind

4.

Honour Code Committee: The following Committee is constituted to oversee the implementation of the Code of Conduct at NCS, Kochi:Ser

Committee Members

Designation

(a)

Principal

Chairman

(b)

Vice Principal (Scholastic)

Secretary

(c)

Vice Principal (Co-scholastic)

Member

(d)

Headmistress

Member

(e)

Physical Education Teacher

Member

(f)

School Counselor

Member

(g)

School Captain (Boy & Girl)

Members

(h)

Activity Captain

Member

(i)

Sports Captain

Member

(j)

House Captains of all Houses

Member

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NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL NAVAL BASE, KOCHI

Recent

PERSONAL RECORD OF THE STUDENT

Photograph in School Uniform

2022- 23 (Office Copy) Name of Student: Class & Sec: Admn. No: Category:

House: Date of Birth: Father

Mother

Name Designation/Rank Office Address: Email ID (Same as in Entab)

Telephone No. Mobile No. HOME ADDRESS: Emergency Ph. No. SMS Ph. No: Sibling Studying in NCS (K): Yes/NO 1. Name: Class & Sec: 2. Name: Class & Sec: Mode of Transport: School Bus/ Private/Public Transport/ Bicycle Bus No.: Bus Route/ Stop: Mode of Private Transport Ph. No. of Driver: Medical Status: Allergy/Illness (if any): Hospital ID: Blood Group: Specimen Signature Father

Mother

Guardian

NB: • This form must be filled carefully in BLOCK LETTERS and submitted to the Class Teacher. • All communications with the school through this diary must be endorsed by any one of the above signatories.

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NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL NAVAL BASE, KOCHI

Recent

PERSONAL RECORD OF THE STUDENT

Photograph in School Uniform

2022- 23 (Class Teacher’s Copy) Name of Student: Class & Sec: Admn. No: Category:

House: Date of Birth: Father

Mother

Name Designation/Rank Office Address: Email ID (Same as in Entab)

Telephone No. Mobile No. HOME ADDRESS: Emergency Ph. No. SMS Ph. No: Sibling Studying in NCS (K): Yes/NO 1. Name: Class & Sec: 2. Name: Class & Sec: Mode of Transport: School Bus/ Private/Public Transport/ Bicycle Bus No.: Bus Route/ Stop: Mode of Private Transport Ph. No. of Driver: Medical Status: Allergy/Illness (if any): Hospital ID: Blood Group: Specimen Signature Father

Mother

Guardian

NB: • This form must be filled carefully in BLOCK LETTERS and submitted to the Class Teacher. • All communications with the school through this diary must be endorsed by any one of the above signatories.

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NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL NAVAL BASE, KOCHI

Recent

PERSONAL RECORD OF THE STUDENT

Photograph in School Uniform

2022- 23 (Student’s Copy) Name of Student: Class & Sec: Admn. No: Category:

House: Date of Birth: Father

Mother

Name Designation/Rank Office Address: Email ID (Same as in Entab)

Telephone No. Mobile No. HOME ADDRESS: Emergency Ph. No. SMS Ph. No: Sibling Studying in NCS (K): Yes/NO 1. Name: Class & Sec: 2. Name: Class & Sec: Mode of Transport: School Bus/ Private/Public Transport/ Bicycle Bus No.: Bus Route/ Stop: Mode of Private Transport Ph. No. of Driver: Medical Status: Allergy/Illness (if any): Hospital ID: Blood Group: Specimen Signature Father

Mother

Guardian

NB: • This form must be filled carefully in BLOCK LETTERS and submitted to the Class Teacher. • All communicationswith the school through this diary must be endorsed by any one of the above signatories.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL Naval Base, Kochi- 682004 Telephone: 2874794, 9447052500 Email:[email protected] [email protected] Website: www.ncskochi.ac.in

Dr NELLIE PAUL VERGHESE PRINCIPAL From the Principal’s Desk When things do not go your way, remember that every challenge – every adversitycontains within it the seeds of opportunity and growth.” - Roy T. Bennett 1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

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A new beginning always reflects a new Life, where we all have a chance, an opportunity or a right to embrace each new day to do many things. The dawn of the decade witnessed a historical aberration in the guise of covid-19, the effects of which continue to ripple through the annuls of human history. Let us delve into the optimistic attribute. Each new day is a blank page in the diary of our life. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences. Our new academic year is gearing up to unfurl its new-fangled folios to be adorned with resplendent dexterities. With great confidence and pleasure, I welcome you to our new academic year 2022-2023. NCS, Kochi is always set aside an ocean of opportunities for our students to dig out their intrinsic aptitudes and inquisitiveness. We believe in upholding high standards with an absolute commitment to strive to understand and improve the educational process, using team strategies, while wholly centering on student achievement. We provide an atmosphere to our students for multifaceted development, where children are encouraged to channelize their potential in the pursuit of excellence. We motivate the talents, competences, and aptitudes of each student to be lifelong learners, critical thinkers, and productive members of an ever-changing global society. The new era is beheld with undue defies where we can’t curb our urges. It is a promising fact that this new academic year will be a bench mark in the life of the students. It is a long journey to convene the high standards of education. The journey can be rewarding and full of accomplishments if you strive to remove barriers of effectiveness. It is important to chart the road map with positive attitude, ambition and action. The wheels of progress will have to be steered with determination, direction and sense of purpose. Documentation is a call letter that you record for your future self. Keeping a record to recollect the delightful and scenic remembrances in a student’s life serves a vital role to connect with school life. The School Almanac reflects your school life in all means. Along with the myriad aims and goals it acts as an open platform between parents and teachers. My dear children, success is inevitable if one is capable , focused and works hard to achieve it. Paint brilliant thoughts and actions. Mirror success. If you do, you will have the chance to not only greatly inspire others, but to also live a life that you will find deeply satisfying and rewarding. I wish my students another year of insightful learning and accomplishments. May the year bring all success in your life. With Warm Wishes Dr Nellie Paul Verghese Principal, NCS,Kochi

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

FOREWORD

GENERAL INFORMATION 1.

INTRODUCTION

Established in 1986, Navy Children School, Kochi works under the aegis of the Navy Education Society (NES), New Delhi. The school affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi not only equips students for the All India Secondary and Senior School Certificate Examinations conducted by the CBSE but also envisages the holistic development and empowers them to contribute positively to the growth of the society in general. The school functions with full-fledged primary, secondary and senior secondary sections with the most modern facilities and state of the art infrastructure. It is a co-education institution, stationed inside the Naval Base, Southern Naval Command, Kochi. Navy Children School has endeavoured to continuously upgrade the skills and proficiency of the staff and students by promoting the spirit of innovation, exploration and creativity so as to ensure holistic development of learners. Its eminence was further augmented with the addition of the Centre for Faculty Development (CFD), for training the faculty of all the schools under NES, with effect from March, 2019. The Resource Centre, ‘KOSHA’ for facilitating inclusive education and Skill Development Centre are enhancements in infrastructure upgradation which aims at enhancing proficiency and providing varied learning experiences to students. 2.

ADMINISTRATION School Management Committee ◆

Chairman



Vice Chairman - Command Education Officer, CEDO, SNC Director - SSO (Edn), SNC For further details, Log on to the School Website.



3.

- Chief of Staff, Southern Naval Command

AIM

The school has incorporated co-scholastic and life skill activities along with the prescribed academic syllabus for enhancing the creative and critical thinking faculty of the students. Heralded by Late Ms Indira V James, the founder Principal, nurtured by eminent heads at various points of time and presently navigating under the able leadership of Dr Nellie Paul Verghese, the school is certain to scale greater heights and attain higher benchmarks in imparting quality education

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 MY ESTEEMED FACILITATORS PRINCIPAL

:

VICE PRINCIPAL (SCHOLASTIC)

:

VICE PRINCIPAL (CO-SCHOLASTIC) : HEAD MISTRESS

:

CLASS CO-ORDINATOR

:

CLASS TEACHER

:

SUBJECT

SUBJECT TEACHER

ENGLISH HINDI SANSKRIT MATHEMATICS PHY, CHE & BIO (SCIENCE) HIS, CIV, GEO/ECO/EVS (SST) POL. SCIENCE ACCOUNTANCY BUSINESS STUDIES COM/ INFO. PRACTICES PSYCHOLOGY GK GAMES/ PHY. ED YOGA MUSIC ART AI

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 FEE STRUCTURE 2022-2023 OFFICERS (Including Defence Civilian Officers)

MONTHLY FEES

CLASS

Tuition Fee

I - XII

3790

Science Fee

IX - X

60

XI - XII

CPOS & ABOVE POS & OTHERS (Including BELOW Defence Civilian below Officer Rank

2980

6240

0

60

60

60

60

75

75

75

75

75

I-V

150

150

150

150

150

VI - X

175

175

175

175

175

XI - XII

200

200

200

200

200

Smart Board Fee I - XII

185

185

185

185

185

Entab Fee

44

44

44

44

44

Computer Fee

I - XII

3085

NCS STAFF

YEARLY FEES

Annual Fee

2000

2000

2000

2000

2000

PTA (to be paid for one child only)

200

200

200

200

200

Development Fee I - XII

3580

3100

3100

5260

3500

School Almanac

100

100

100

100

100

ID Card

35

35

35

35

35

Magazine

160

160

160

160

160

1000

1000

1000

6000

6000

1500

1500

1500

6000

2000

NEW ADMISSION

Admission Fee Caution Deposit

I - XII

FINE STRUCTURE (a)

Upto 20th of the month

Nil

(b)

21st to last working day of the month

Rs. 50/-

(c)

During the following month

Rs. 150/-

(d)

Thereafter Rs. 150 /- for every month plus Re - Admission charges

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SCHOOL MOBILE APP & PARENT PORTAL (www.ncskochicampuscare.in) ➢

Parents can download Campus Care Mobile App from Google Play Store or Apple App Store, optimized for both smart phones and tablets.



Parents can login to the Mobile App/Parent Portal using the individual Username and Password provided to them. In case they forget the same User ID and Password can be reset using the 'Forgot User ID or Password' feature available on the login page. For Online Payment of Fees, follow the steps given below:



a) Click on the online payment menu b) Select the due installment and click on the proceed menu c) Click on the pay button and choose payment mode (Credit/Debit card or Net Banking)

d) You will get the Paid Receipt on successful payment ◆

Important Features of Campus Care are given below: a)

Internal Messaging between Teacher and Parents

b)

Online Leave Application

c)

Homework/Assignments Submission

d)

Exam Date Sheet & Sample Question Papers

e)

Report Card Display And Download

f)

My Attendance

g)

Event Participation

SCHOOL WEBSITE-www.ncskochi.ac.in The school web portal of NCS Kochi (www.ncskochi.ac.in) provides the following facilities for students: ❖

Admission Details



Academic Calendar



Circulars and Notifications



Achievements and Activities



e-Newsletters, e-BEACON and e-Almanac



Facilities, Events and News



Photo Gallery



Feedback

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 FEES ON ISSUAL / SUBMISSION OF TRANSFER CERTIFICATE (a) TUITION FEES •

Admission from NCS to NCS: Tuition fees for the month in which TC is issued will be collected by the school issuing TC and notation to this effect will be made on the TC. Fees from the subsequent month will be collected by the school in which the student has taken admission.



Admission from Non NCS to NCS: When a student from schools other than NCS seeks admission to NCS, the tuition fees will be payable from the month in which she/he has been granted admission.

(b) CAUTION DEPOSIT •

Caution Deposit is collected from every student at the time of admission as a security. It is refunded on leaving the school.



Application for refund of the caution deposit is to be made while applying for issue of Transfer Certificate.



Caution Deposit will not be refunded if not claimed within one year.

(c) DUPLICATE TRANSFER CERTIFICATE Duplicate copy of Transfer Certificate will be issued on payment of a fee of Rs. 100/- and submission of affidavit by the parent/guardian to the effect that the original certificate has been lost and that he/she will be solely responsible for any possible misuse of the lost certificate. (d) DOCUMENTS ISSUED WITH THE TRANSFER CERTIFICATE •

Report Card

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 FACILITIES •

Technology Aided Learning - The school is collaborating with Tata ClassEdge, the front runners in Educational Technology to make teaching learning process enjoyable and interactive by combining innovative pedagogy with technology and content-aimed enhancing learning experiences.



Junior and Senior Computer Labs - The school has fully equipped Computer labs separately for primary, secondary and senior secondary sections strictly administered by competent academic team to equip the students with hands on experience to develop skills in technology.



Science Labs – Experiential learning is emphasized in schools for learning process across all areas of study. The well-equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Junior Science Lab and Mathematics Lab nurture the scientific curiosity and temperament of the students and give them felicitous opportunities to explore their skills.



Humanities Lab – The Humanities Lab offers an exploratory and investigative learning experience that provides teachers and students with information, resources and procedures to enhance thinking skills. The lab has a vast collection of artefacts which facilitates for maritime curriculum and other relevant topics.



Library - The school has well-equipped, air-conditioned libraries both in primary and secondary wings, with over 17000 volumes which include books, videos, reference books and subscription to many periodicals which are augmented continually. The digital library and online issue of books via Entab caters to the interests of 21st century learners by inculcating and sustaining healthy reading habits



Sports and Games - Sports and games curriculum is an integral and compulsory part of the education process that helps students become physically strong and mentally active members of the society. School provides professional coaching in a range of sports disciplines like Swimming, Basketball, Football, Volleyball, Athletics etc.



Physical Education - Physical Education is an integral part of the education process. It develops students’ competence and confidence to take part in a range of physical activities that become vital in their lives, both in and out of school. Based on the above-mentioned concept, the school provides ample opportunities for kids to learn and participate in a variety of sports programmes every academic year. Physical education is

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 one of the main subjects in higher secondary classes, that provides professional coaching in almost all major disciplines, participation in centrally organized CBSE competitions, Intramural and Extramural competitions, HPE and Khelo India school fitness programme. •

National Cadet Corps (NCC) - The National Cadet Corps (NCC) is a youth development movement. It has enormous potential for nation building. The NCC aims at developing character, comradeship, discipline and a secular outlook. NCS Kochi has junior division Naval Wing cadets. NCSK Sub-unit is under Ernakulam Group and 7 Kerala Naval Unit NCC. Cadets who belong to age group of 12-18 (preferably class VIII) are eligible to join. Parade training and other NCC activities are conducted twice in a week. Cadets get opportunities to participate in Unit level as well as centrally organized activities like Social Service Activities, Republic Day Parade, Combined Annual Training Camp (CATC), PreRepublic Day Camp and Republic Day Camp. Cadets are also provided incentives like cash incentives, scholarships, prizes and medals, academic incentives, career opportunities, risk cover of cadets etc.



Safety and Security - Crises Management Team is functioning in the school throughout the year to meet any imminent emergency. The team conducts regular meetings and analyses every situation. To ensure safety and security of students, the school has taken many important measures like fire and safety equipment placed at various locations of the school building, emergency alarm system, workshop and awareness talks related to safety and first–aid, organize evacuation drill and fire drill every year.



House System - The school has established House System aimed at fostering team spirit and healthy competition among students. The students are divided into four Houses, namely Bose (Yellow), Gandhi (Red), Nehru (Blue) and Tagore (Green). Each House is headed by a House Captain and two Vice-Captains and a member of the teaching staff acts as the House Master/Mistress.



School Counselor – The School has a permanent counsellor in order to address mental health. The counsellor helps students to address their problems in a positive way by helping them to clarify the issues, explore options, develop strategies and increase self-awareness. The school provides effective counselling services that aims to reduce confusion, allowing students to make effective decisions leading to positive changes in their attitude and/or behaviour.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 Counselling services will be made available to parents and students as and when required by the School Counsellor. •

Special Educator – School has a well-established system to address the special needs of students. To cater to the needs of these children, school has a well-equipped resource room with two special educators, whose services are available at all times. This resource room is structured in such a way so as to facilitate the direct, specialized instructions and academic remediation in a positive and non-distracted environment to the children through pull-out sessions, either individually or in small groups, ensuring their holistic development.



Artificial Intelligence – AI modules have been incorporated in the syllabus for class 6 to 10. The same has been introduced as a skill subject in class 9 from the academic year 2022-23.



Skill Development Centre –With the vision of providing skill based learning experience as envisaged in NEP 2020. The school has added on to the infrastructure facility with the Skill Development Centre. Presently it will cater to AI and Robotics for students of class III upwards. This work with the aim to bring out innovation and creativity through STEAM education.



Video Conference - The school has been updated with video conference facility to interact and share ideas among schools and to conduct competitions among the NCSs. This is an endeavour to enhance quality education via technology.



Career Counseling - The school provides both in-house and professional career guidance and counselling sessions to help students choose career options in tune with their skills.



Work Experience - Various clubs provide platform for students to hone their skills through multifarious activities in accordance with their interests, abilities and needs such as art & craft, dance, debate, quiz, nature, music, sports and games etc. to nurture holistic development.



PTA - Parent Teacher Association is a formal organization composed of parents and teachers that is intended to facilitate parental participation in the school. The school has a proactive PTA which is a vital part of every school activity.



Picnics - To enjoy and appreciate nature and inculcate life skills of togetherness, sharing and co-operation amongst students, the school

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 organizes trips that are viewed as powerful and positive teaching tools that help to enhance the social, personal and emotional development of students. •

Study Tours - Short trips to local production units and historical sites in the vicinity of Kochi are conducted to help the students to have a better comprehension of our culture and heritage.



Outreach Programme - Highlighting all aspects of a child’s personality and giving them a range of choices, one of them being the opportunity to experience the reality of life and to sensitize all students to become socially responsible, the school organizes regular visits to orphanages and old age homes.



DEAR Period - Reading is one of the most important academic skills and provides the basis for most other academic learning. ‘Drop Everything and Read’ (DEAR) period is provided to learners so as to inculcate and promote the reading habit among them.



Lock Down Bell - Repeated short rings of 3 seconds is an indication to stay inside the room and lock all the doors and windows and follow the instructions given by the teacher.



Online Classes - The school has facilitated online classes with customized platform and trained faculty for the efficient conduct of the same. The online platform facilities are also being utilized for holistic development of students in an innovative perspective.

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SCHOOL BUS ROUTE & TIMINGS (During offline classes) •

R No. 1A 2AS

Destinations Rameshwaram to NCS (S) Katari Bagh to NCS (S)

No. of Buses 5 Big Buses 1 Mini Bus 1 Big Bus

2AP

Katari Bagh to NCS (P)

1 Mini Bus 1 Mini Bus

3A

Jal Vayu Vihar to NCS

1 Big Bus

4A

Tarangini / Fermson to NCS

1 Big Bus

5A

Varsha to NCS

1 Big Bus

6A

Varuna & Viswanathan to NCS

2 Big Buses

7 & 8A

Thevara Ferry Konthuruthy to NCS

1 Mini Bus

1 Mini Bus

9A

Kadavanthra to NCS

Dronacharya to NCS

1 Mini Bus

1 Big Bus

Timings Boarding/Alighting Points Onward Return Rameshwaram to NCS (P) First Avenue Golf Course 9th Lane 4th Avenue Sailing Club KVI NCS (S) NCS (P) Jal Vayu Vihar NCS (S) NCS (P) Tarangini Fernson NCS (S) NCS (P) Varsha Kadavanthra Manorama Jn. NCS (S) NCS (P) Varuna Viswanathan NCS (S) NCS (P) St. Jude Church Thevara Ferry Shanthi Nagar Mammanji Jn. Patel Saw Mill Kasiba Theatre Super Market Konthuruthy Ch. Mattammal Chakola Colony Thevara Jn. NCS (S) NCS (P) NSS Kasturba Nagar Kallupalam Fathima Lodge Sebastian Ch Karayogam Gurudwara Jn. NCS (S) NCS (P) Dronacharya Velli Junction Thoppumpady NCS (S), NCS (P)

0640 0700 0630 0640 0648 0650 0655 0700 0710 0710 0640 0700 0710 0650 0655 0710

1410 1330 1410 1415 1420 1425 1440 1445 1345 1345 1415 1340 1330 1345 1400 1330

0640 0645 0650 0710

1415 1410 1405 1405

0630 0650 0710 0715 0635 0640 0643 0644 0640 0645 0650 0655 0700 0702 0704 0715

1415 1405 1330

0640 0620 0625 0630 0635

1355 1420 1410 1405 1400

0645 0710

1350 1340

0630

1330 1340

1420 1435 1430 1425 1415 1410 1400 1355 1350 1345 1340 1330

* Changes will be informed

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GUIDELINES TO STUDENTS, PARENTS/ GUARDIAN SCHOOL ALMANAC •

Every student must bring the school almanac to school every day. It should be preserved carefully without destroying or smudging its pages.



Parents/ Guardian should check the almanac and acknowledge the remarks etc. sent by the teacher.



In case the almanac is lost a new almanac has to be purchased from school office.

GENERAL RULES • Turn out of the students to school must be smart and neat with trimmed hair and nails, pressed uniform and well-polished shoes. • No pupil is to be sent to school in case he or she is suffering from a contagious disease. • Any pupil desiring to be exempted from games has to produce a doctor's certificate. • Parents are to intimate the office and class teacher regarding change of address, telephone number or rank of a defence personnel. • Parents have to apply in the prescribed format for transfer certificate one month in advance. • Railway concession forms can be collected from the school office 60 days prior to the date of journey. Kindly read the form and fill it. •

Parents can enter the school premises only with proper identity. Parents are to enter their details in the visitor's register.

• In case of emergency, students can leave the school early with the permission of the school authorities and with a note in the diary from the parent.

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Students must conduct themselves properly during educational visits and outings.



Respect for the school property is expected. Any damage will be rectified by the one who causes it.



School ID card is mandatory and students will not be permitted to board school transport/attend classes without it.



Primary students (classes I to V) are not permitted to come by cycle.



Students are not permitted to come to school by two-wheeler.

BUS RULES •

Stand in queue to get onto the bus. Do not push other pupils.



Show respect to the drivers and attendants of the bus.



Do not walk, shout, talk loudly or play in the moving bus.



Do not fight/ argue with other pupils.



Do not litter or throw any article inside or outside the bus.



Do not keep your bags in the aisle or walking space.



English is the campus language and students are expected to use the same in the school bus too.

GRIEVANCE CELL FOR STUDENTS •

School has a Grievance Redressal Committee which consists of Principal, Vice Principal, One PGT, One TGT, One PRT and One PEd Teacher to develop a responsive and accountable attitude among all stakeholders and to maintain a harmonious educational atmosphere.



In order to provide timely relief to the aggrieved, suggestion boxes are kept in the school corridors.

ATTENDANCE AND LEAVE •

Attendance is mandatory. Minimum requirement of attendance in an academic year is 75%.



In case a student needs leave, it is desirable to provide prior intimation in the prescribed format given in the diary. Under unforeseen circumstances, a valid leave note has to be submitted at the school office.



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CODE OF OBJECTIONABLE CONDUCT OF STUDENTS The following actions and conduct on the part of any student will amount to misconduct. •

Misbehaviour towards peers, teaching or non-teaching staff of the school.



Intentional disturbances of classes, continued absence from class without permission of the class teacher or Principal, bullying or threatening others and eve teasing or misbehavior towards anyone.



Association with banned organizations.



Disobeying any rules laid down by the school.



Leaving school premises or playground during school hours without permission.



Bringing unauthorized persons, articles and electronic gadgets. Mobile Phones are banned in the school campus. Pen pencils, very sharp pencils, sharpeners and metallic scales are discouraged.



Theft, smoking, any form of gambling, use of drugs or intoxicants, violence in any form, acts of moral turpitude, pilferage of school or students property.



Improper use of computer/ other resources in school.



Use of unfair means in tests, assignments etc.



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USE OF INTERNET AND SOCIAL MEDIA AT HOME •

Rules and guidelines for using the computer and internet to be put up near the computer as a reminder.



Preferably keep the computer in a hall / open area where the child is under supervision.



The time spent by the child online is to be monitored.



Personal information, photographs or videos belonging to anybody should not be posted.

STUDENT DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE •

Comprises of three teachers each from primary, secondary, senior secondary respectively, the school counsellor and a PTA representative.



The committee recommends and advises the Principal on action to be taken regarding any breach of conduct mentioned above.



Final decision will be given by the Principal depending on the gravity of offence, repetitive misbehavior and the recommendation of the Student Discipline Committee.

I hereby declare that, I have gone through the rules and regulations of the school. I will discharge my responsibilities as Parent/ Guardian and abide by the decisions taken by the school regarding my son/daughter according to the rules and regulations of the school. Signature of Guardian / Parent Father

:

Mother

:

Guardian :

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SCHOOL UNIFORM (During offline classes) In order to inculcate a feeling of equality and to induce a sense of belonging to the Institution, all students are required to be in the prescribed uniform while attending the school, the school functions and various competitions. The pattern of uniform code is as given: DAILY UNIFORM BOYS

GIRLS 1. Navy Blue Skirt - Regular

1. Navy blue shorts (Classes I-V) Regular Navy Blue Trouser Classes (VI - XII) Regular

2. Stripe Shirt (Half Sleeve)

2. Stripe Shirt (Half Sleeve) Regular

3. Black tights to be worn.

Regular

3. Black head dress for Sikh boys. 4. Well-groomed hair with white accessories on Wednesday and black on other days. 5. School belt with buckle 6. Polished Black laced shoes (IV-XII), Velcro strap Shoes (I-III) and Navy-blue socks with stripes. 7. Sports shoes are to be worn during games period

WEDNESDAY UNIFORM 1. White Track Pant 2. House T Shirt 3. Belt with Buckle 4. NCS Cap – Regular and sports 5. Hair to be well groomed 6. White head dress for Sikh boys 7. Polished white canvas shoes with laces (IV-XII), Velcro strap shoe (I-III) and white socks.

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MY TARGETS 2022-’23 Sl No

Academic Goals

CCA & Sports Goals

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EXAM SCHEDULE FOR AY 2022-23 CLASSES I to VIII

DURATION

Periodic -I

04 July 22 to 19 July 22

Half Yearly

06 Sep 22 to 28 Sep 22

Periodic -II

07 Dec 22 to 22 Dec 22

Annual Examination

20 Feb 23 to 13 Mar 23

CLASSES IX&XI

DURATION

Term I/Periodic-I

04 July 22 to 19 July 22

Half Yearly

06 Sep 22 to 28 Sep 22

Term II /Periodic-II

07 Dec 22 to 22 Dec 22

Annual Examination

24 Feb 23 to 15 Mar 23

CLASSES X &XII

DURATION

Term I/Periodic-I

04 July 22 to 19 July 22

Half Yearly

06 Sep 22 to 28 Sep 22

Term II /Periodic-II

07 Dec 22 to 22 Dec 22

Pre Board

24 Feb 23 to 15 Mar 23

(* Subject to Change)

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COMMON ANNUAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE FOR CLASS VI-VIII DATE

DAY

CLASS VI

CLASS VII

CLASS VIII

COMMON ANNUAL EXAMINATION FOR CLASS IX& XI DATE

DAY

CLASS IX

CLASS XI

COMMON PREBOARD EXAMINATION FOR CLASS X&XII DATE

DAY

CLASS X

CLASS XII

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MAJOR EVENTS -2022-23 Sl No 1

Events Inter NCS Debate

Month June

2

School Raising Day

July

3

Investiture Ceremony

July

4

Independence Day

August

5

August

6

Inter School Debate hosted by NCS Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav

7

MUN

August

8

Teachers Day

September

9

Sports Day

October

10

Children’s Day

November

11

Constitution Day

November

12

Explo Festo

December

13

Navy Day

December

14

Republic Day

January

15

Army Day

January

16

Inter NCS Quiz

NES

17

Inter NCS Declamation

NES

18

Activities as per CBSE

August

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CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL I - V 2022-23 Sl. No 1.

Month

Class

Event

Judging Criteria

APRIL/JUNE I - V

Drawing and Colouring (Compulsory for all)

1.Imagination 2.Colouring scheme& strokes 3. Skill 4. Clarity of theme 5. Neatness

2

APRIL/JUNE I - V

Spell Bee (Compulsory for all)

According to the need of rounds

3

JULY

I - III

Pick & Speak (English/ Hindi)

1.Creativity 2. Fluency 3. Content 4. Pronunciation 5. Over all Presentation

4.

JULY

III - V

English Elocution

1.Content 2.Diction 3.Fluency 4.Expression 5. Overall Impact

5

AUGUST

I & II

English Story Telling

6.

AUGUST

IV & V

Weave a Story

1.Selection of the story 2.Memory 3.Pronunciation 4.Fluency 5. Overall Presentation 1.Logical Sequence 2.Creativity 3.Theme 4.Mechanics (Spelling, Grammar) 5.Beauty of Language

7.

AUGUST

I & II

English Recitation

1.Selection of the Poem 2.Appropriate Introduction 3.Pronunciation 4.Voice Modulation 5.Clarity

Hindi Recitation

1.Selection of the Poem 2.Appropriate Introduction 3. Pronunciation 4.Voice Modulation 5.Clarity

Solo Song - Eastern

1.Selection of Song 2.Pitch

III - V 8.

SEPTEMBER I & II

III - V 9.

OCTOBER

I & II

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10. OCTOBER

I & II

Hindi Story Telling

III -V 11. NOVEMBER

I & II

Solo Song -Western

III - V 12

NOVEMBER

III - V

Hindi Elocution

13

NOVEMBER

I & II

Fancy Dress

14

DECEMBER

IV & V

Declamation

15

JANUARY

IV & V

JAM -Just A Minute

16

JANUARY

I & II III - V

Solo Dance (Classical Dance & Folk Dance)

III-V

Trash to Treasure

17

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3.Melody 4.Rhythm 5.Overall Impact 1.Selection of the story 2.Memory 3.Pronunciation 4.Fluency 5.Overall Presentation 1.Selection of Song 2.Pitch 3.Melody 4.Rhythm 5.Overall Impact 1.Content 2.Diction 3.Fluency 4.Expression 5.Overall Impact 1.Creative presentation 2. Costume 3. Confidence 4. Body Language 5. Overall Impact 1.Diction 2. Memory 3.Expression& Costume 4.Fluency 5.Overall Impact 1.Creativity 2. Fluency 3. Content 4. Pronunciations 5. Over all Presentation 1.Rhythm 2. Variety & Creativity of steps 3. Expression 4. Musicality of movements 5. Overall impact 1.Creativity 2. Utilization of Resources 3. Artistic composition & design 4.Utility of the product. 5. Neatness

* A Student can participate in any four competitions. It is compulsory to participate in any one literary competition. (* Subject to Change)

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CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES MIDDLE SCHOOL VI –VIII 2022-23 SL NO

MONTH

EVENT

1

JUNE

ESSAY WRITING

2

JUNE

RECITATION ENGLISH

3

JUNE

RECITATION HINDI

4

JULY

PORTRAIT MAKING

5

JULY

ADVERTISE AN ECO BASED PRODUCT

6

JULY

FUSION FOOD (No Fire CookingA dessert or starter)

7

AUGUST

SOLO SONG EASTERN

8

AUGUST

SOLO SONG WESTERN

JUDGING CRITERIA 1. Relevance to the theme 2. Comprehensiveness 3. Originality 4. Insights 5. Overall Impact 1.Message of The Poem 2.Clarity 3.Correct Pronunciation 4.Appropiate Introduction 5.Voice Modulation. 1.Message of The Poem 2.Clarity 3.Correct Pronunciation 4.Appropiate Introduction 5.Voice Modulation. 1.Creativity 2. Originality 3. Uniqueness 4. Appropriateness of theme 5.Overall Impact 1. Product creativity 2.Jingles used 3.Message clarity 4.Quality of PPT 5.Voice Modulation & Overall Presentation. 1.Innovation of the food product 2. Presentation 3.Title or Tag line for the food Item 4. Clarity in describing the process 5.Overall. 1.Selection Of Songs 2.Pitch 3.Melody 4.Rhythm 5.Overall Impact 1.Selection of Songs 2.Pitch 3.Melody 4.Rhythm 5.Overall Impact

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 1.Diction 2. Memory DECLAMATION9 SEPTEMBER 3.Expression And CostumeENGLISH 4.Fluency 5.Overall Impact 1.Content 2.Diction ELOCUTION 10 SEPTEMBER 3.Fluency HINDI 4.Expression 5.Overall Impact 1. Clarity Of Theme 2. Optimisation of Images DIGITAL 3. Synchronization of Colour 11 SEPTEMBER PAINTING setting 4. Perception and Uniqueness 5. Overall Impact 1.Selection Of Song 2.Perfection Of Notes INSTRUMENTAL 12 OCTOBER 3.Rhythm MUSIC 4.Melody 5.Overall Impact 1.Rhythm or beat DANCE 2.Originality, Clarity & Creativity COMPETITION of steps 13 NOVEMBER (CLASSICAL AND 3.Expression FOLK) 4.Symphony of movements 5.Overall Impact 1.Uniqueness of concept. 2. Originality PHOTOGRAPHY 14 NOVEMBER 3.Appropriateness of theme COMPETITION 4 Light, Colour, Exposure & Focus 5.Overall Impact 1. Creativity 2. Imagination POETRY 15 NOVEMBER 3. Appropriateness of the theme WRITING 4. Expression 5. Overall Impact 1.Artistic skills FASHION 2.Creativity 16 DECEMBER TECHNOLOGY 3.Originality 4.Aesthetic Appeal 5. Overall outlook 1.Artistic skills 2.Creativity & Originality 17 JANUARY DOODLE ART 3.Synchronization Of Colour 4.Postivity of the drawing 5.Overall outlook * A Student can participate in any five competitions. It is compulsory to participate in any one literary competition. (* Subject to Change)

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CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES SECONDARY SCHOOL IX - XII 2022-23 SL NO

MONTH

EVENT

1

JUNE

SOLO SONG EASTERN

2

JUNE

SOLO SONG WESTERN

3

JULY

DECLAMATION- ENGLISH

4

JULY

EXTEMPORE- HINDI

5

AUGUST

CARTOONING

6

AUGUST

DANCE COMPETITION (CLASSICAL AND FOLK )

7

SEPTEMBER

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC

8

SEPTEMBER

9

SEPTEMBER

PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION ADVERTISE AN ECO BASED PRODUCT

JUDGING CRITERIA 1.Selection Of Songs 2.Pitch 3.Melody 4.Rhythm 5.Overall Impact 1.Selection Of Songs 2.Pitch 3.Melody 4.Rhythm 5.Overall Impact 1.Diction 2. Memory 3.Expression And Costume4.Fluency 5.Overall Impact 1.Content 2.Diction 3.Fluency 4.Appropriateness 5.Presentation 1.Clarity Of Theme 2.Sense Of Humour 3.Uniqueness 4.Imagination 5.Beauty Of Strokes 1.Rhythm or beat 2.Originality, Clarity & Creativity of steps3.Expression 4.Symphony of movements 5.Overall Impact 1.Selection Of Song 2.Perfection Of Notes 3.Rhythm 4.Melody 5.Overall Impact 1.Uniqueness of concept2.Originality 3.Appropriateness of theme 4 Light, Colour, Exposure & Focus 5.Overall Impact 1. Product creativity 2.Jingles used

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INTER HOUSE COMPETITIONS 2022-23 PRIMARY SCHOOL (CLASSES I – V) SL NO

EVENT

MONTH

1

QUIZ

August

2

GROUP SONG

September

JUDGING CRITERIA

According to the need of rounds 1.Selection of Song 2.Pitch 3.Melody 4.Rhythm 5.Overall impact

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3

PLAY ACTING

October

4

MOCK PRESS

January

5

DANCE

January

1.Creativity and originality 2.Costume & Visual impact 3. Characterization 4. Overall presentation 5. Value/Message 1.Ability of the main character to portray convincingly 2.General awareness of the main character 3.Confidence 4.Questions asked to the Main Character 5.Overall presentation 1. Rhythm 2.Variety & Creativity of steps 3.Expression 4.Musicality of movements & synchronization 5.Overall Impact.

* A Student can participate in any two group events. (* Subject to Change)

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INTER HOUSE COMPETITIONS 2022-23 MIDDLE SCHOOL & SECONDARY (CLASSES VI – XII) SL NO

EVENT

MONTH

JUDGING CRITERIA

1

QUIZ

JUNE

QUIZ - According to the need of rounds

2

DEBATE

JULY

3

SHORT FILM / PLAY ACTING

AUGUST

4

DANCE

NOVEMBE R

5.

MUSIC FUSION

NOVEMBE R

DEBATE COMPETITION1.Organisation, Knowledge & clarity 2. Use of argument 3.Use of cross examination and Rebuttal 4. Presentation style 5.Overall Impact. SHORT FILM 1..Story / Theme 2.Originality, Clarity & Creativity of screen play / script 3.Expressions / Acting 4.Direction 5.Overall Impact. DANCE COMPETITION1.Rhythm or Beat 2.Originality, Clarity & Creativity of steps 3.Expression 4.Symphony of movements 5.Overall Impact. MUSIC FUSION1. Vocal and instrumental technique 2.Originality ,Clarity, Creativity music and vocals 3.Performance 4. Band Team Synchronisation 5. Overall Impact.

* A Student can participate in any two group events. (* Subject to Change)

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 GAMES 1.

Volleyball

2.

Football

3.

Basketball

4. 5. 6.

Throw ball Cricket

: Boys ( Under-14 & Under-19), : Girls (Under-19) : Boys (Under-12, Under-14 & Under-19) : Under-10 ( For primary) : Girls ( Under-19) : Boys (Under-14 & Under-19 ) : Girls(Under-14 & Under-19) : Girls Under-14 & Under-19 : Boys (Under-14 & Under-19)

Table Tennis : Boys & Girls Category a) Under - 14 b) Under- 17 c) Under- 19

7. Swimming &

Athletics : Category a) Under- 08 b) Under- 10 c) Under- 12 d) Under- 14 e) Under- 17 f) Under- 19 8. Age Category ( Games) : Under-19 ( Born on1.1.2004 to 31.12. 2009) : Under-14 (Born on 1.1. 2009 to 31.12.2010)

SPORTS CALENDAR 2022-2023 DATE

DAY

EVENT

2 JULY 2022

Saturday

Inter-House Swimming ( Seniors & Superseniors)

5 JULY 2022

Tuesday

Table Tennis ( Under-19 Boys & Girls)

6 JULY 2022

Wednesday

7 JULY 2022

Thursday

Table Tennis ( Under-17 Boys & Girls) Table Tennis (Under-14 Girls) Table Tennis ( Under-17 Girls & Under-14 Boys)

12 JULY 2022

Tuesday

13 JULY 2022

Wednesday

14 JULY 2022

Thursday

19 JULY 2022

Tuesday

Football (Under-19 Boys) Basketball (Under-14 Boys) Football (Under-17 Boys Finals) Basketball (Under-14 Boys Finals) Football (Under-14 boys) Basketball (Under-19 Boys) Football(Under-12 boys)

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Wednesday

21 JULY 2022

Thursday

26 JULY 2022

Tuesday

Basketball (Under-19 Boys Finals) Basketball (Under-14 Girls Finals)

27 JULY 2022

Wednesday

Football (Under-12 Finals)

2 AUGUST 2022

Tuesday

Volleyball (Under-19 Boys ) Football (Under-19 Girls)

3 AUGUST 2022

Wednesday

Volleyball (Under-19 Boys Finals) Football (Under-19 Girls)

6 AUGUST 2022

Saturday

Inter-House Swimming

9 AUGUST 2022

Tuesday

Volleyball (Under-19 Boys Girls

10AUGUST 2022

Wednesday

Volleyball (Under-19 Boys - Finals)

11AUGUST 2022

Thursday

Volleyball (Under-14 Boys)

12 AUGUST 2022

Friday

Freedom Run (Juniors, Sub-Juniors and Kiddies)

16 AUGUST 2022

Tuesday

Football (Boys Under-10)

17 AUGUST 2022

Wednesday

Football (Boys Under-10 FINAL)

23 AUGUST 2022

Tuesday

Volleyball (Under-14 Boys- Finals)

24 AUGUST 2022

Wednesday

30 AUGUST 2022

Tuesday

31 AUGUST 2022

Wednesday

3 SEPTEMBER 2022

Saturday

KhoKho (Under-19 Boys) Football (Under-10 primary) KhoKho (Under-19 Boys Finals) Football (Under-10 primary) Cricket (Under-19 Boys) Throw ball (Under-19 Girls) Inter-House Swimming (Reserve day)

13 SEPTEMBER 2022

Tuesday

Basketball (Under-19 Boys Finals) Football (Under-14 Finals Basketball (Under-17 Boys&Girls) Basketball (Under-14 Girls)

Cricket (Under-19 Boys Finals) Throw ball (Under-19 Boys Girls Finals)

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Wednesday

Cricket (Junior Boys)

Thursday

Cricket (Junior Boys Finals)

Thursday

Inter House Athletics (Under-17 & Under-19)

Friday

Inter House Athletics (Under-12 &Under-14 ) Annual Sports Day

ANNUAL SPORTS 2022-2023 GROUP

EVENTS

SUPER SENIORS (UNDER I9) (Born on or after 01.01.2004)

SENIORS (UNDER 17) (Born on or after 01.01.2006)

JUNIORS (UNDER 14) (Born on or after 01.01.2009) SUB-JUNIORS (UNDER 12) (Born on or after 01.01.2011)

100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, 1500m, Long Jump, ShotPut, Javelin Throw 100m,200m,400m,800m,1500m, Long Jump, High Jump, ShotPut, Javelin Throw, Discuss Throw 100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, Long Jump, Shot Put, Discus Throw 50m,100m,200m,400m, Long Jump, Shot Put

KIDDIES (1 TO 5 – CLASSWISE) CLASS V (Born on or after 01.01.2012) CLASS IV CLASS III CLASS II CLASS I 4 x 100m Relay (House Wise)

50m,100m, Long Jump, Shot Put (1 kg) 50m,100m, Basket Ball Throw, Standing Broad Jump 25m,50m, Basket Ball Throw, Standing Broad Jump 25m, Standing Broad Jump,25m Hopping, Basket Ball Throw 25m,25m Hopping, Standing Broad Jump, Basket Ball Throw a) Super Senior -boys and girls b) Senior – boys and girls c) Junior-boys and girls d) Sub- Junior-boys and girls

Note: No Athlete will be allowed to participate in more than FOUR EVENTS excluding relay (* Subject to Change)

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SWIMMING COMPETITION 2022-2023 GROUP SUPER SENIORS (UNDER I9) (Born on or after 01.01.2004)

SENIORS (UNDER 17) (Born on or after 01.01.2006)

JUNIORS (UNDER 14) (Born on or after 01.01.2009)

SUB-JUNIORS (UNDER 12) (Born on or after 01.01.2011)

EVENTS 50m free style,100m free style,50m back stroke,100m back stroke,50m breast stroke,100m breast stroke, 50m butterfly stroke,100m butterfly stroke,200 individual medley,4X50m free style relay 50m free style,100m free style,50m back stroke,100m back stroke,50m breast stroke,100m breast stroke, 50m butterfly stroke,100m butterfly stroke, 200m individual medley, 4X50m free style relay 50m free style,100m free style,50m Back Stroke,100m Back Stroke,50m breast stroke, 100m Breast Stroke, 50m Butterfly Stroke,100m Butterfly stroke, 200m Individual Medley, 4x50 m Free style relay. 50m free style,50m Back Stroke,50m breast stroke, 50m Butterfly Stroke, 200m Individual Medley, 4x50 m Free style Relay.

KIDDIES (UNDER 10) ( Born on or after 01.01.2013)

50m free style, 50m Back Stroke,50m breast stroke, 50m Butterfly Stroke.

KIDDIES (UNDER 8) ( Born on or after 01.01.2015)

25m free style, 25m Back Stroke, 25m breast stroke, 25m Butterfly Stroke.

NB : 1.All events will be conducted on time trial basis. It would mean that every swimmer in these events will get only one chance and the final positions in these events will be determined on the basis of time recorded in different heats. 2.A swimmer can participate in not more than 4 individual events and relays (Relays- House wise) (* Subject to Change)

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SPORTS DAY PRIZES Best House in March Past Overall Championship – Cross Country Race Overall Championship – Swimming Overall Championship – Sports and Games Overall Best House in Sports Individual Championship •

Classes 1 to 5 Class wise (Boys and Girls)



Under-12 –Boys and Girls



Under-14 –Boys and Girls



Under-17 –Boys and Girls



Under-19 –Boys and Girls

GAMES (PRIMARY) 1.

Football

:

Boys- Under-10

2.

Basketball :

Girls- Under-10

3.

Swimming : Category a) Under- 8 b) Under- 10 c) Under-12

4.

Age Category (Games) : Under-10 (Born on or after 1.1.2011)

SPORTS CALENDAR 2022-2023 (PRIMARY) DATE

DAY

EVENT

2 JULY 2022

Saturday

Inter-House Swimming

12 AUGUST 2022

Friday

Freedom Run

20 SEPTEMBER 2022

Tuesday

Football (Boys Under-10)

21 SEPTEMBER 2022

Wednesday

Football (Boys Under-10 FINAL)

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Thursday

Basketball (Girls Under-10)

23 SEPTEMBER 2022

Friday

Basketball (Girls Under-10 FINAL)

26 SEPTEBER 2022

Monday

26 SEPTEMBER 2022

Monday

27 SEPTEBER 2022

Tuesday

27 SEPTEMBER2022

Tuesday

Primary Athletics (Field Events) Finals, Class1 & II Primary Athletics (Field Events) Finals, Class III Primary Athletics (Field Events) Finals, Class IV Primary Athletics (Field Events) Finals, Class V,

28 SEPTEMBER 2022

Wednesday

OCTOBER 2020

Primary Athletics (Track Events) Annual Sports Day

(* Subject to Change)

SWIMMING COMPETITION 2022-2023 (PRIMARY) GROUP SUB-JUNIORS (UNDER 12) (Born on or after 01.01.2011)

KIDDIES (UNDER 10) (Born on or after 01.01.2013) KIDDIES (UNDER 8) (Born on or after 01.01.2015)

EVENTS 50m Free style,50m Back Stroke,50m Breast stroke, 50m Butterfly Stroke, 200m Individual Medley, 4x50m Free style Relay. 50m free style, 50m Back Stroke, 50m breast stroke, 50m Butterfly Stroke. 25m free style, 25m Back Stroke, 25m breast stroke, 25m Butterfly Stroke.

NB : All events will be conducted on time trial basis. It would mean that every swimmer in these events will get only one chance and the final positions in these events will be determined on the basis of time recorded in different heats. A swimmer can participate in not more than 4 individual events and relays (Relays- House wise) (* Subject to Change)

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CLUBS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-23



SLNO. PRIMARY 1. Quiz

SECONDARY Quiz

2.

Art and craft

Art and craft/apparel designing

3.

Public speaking (Hindi & English)

Debate (Hindi & English)

4. 5.

Home science Cyber

6. 7.

EK Bharath Shresht Bharat Music

Home science Cyber (web designing, gamification, AI) EK Bharat Shresht Bharat MUN

8.

Readers club

Music

9.

Literary club

Readers club

10.

Innovation club

Literary club (Creative and academic writing)

11.

Sports club

12

Eco club

Photography (short film) Innovation club

13

-

Sports club

14

-

Eco club

All students(I to VIII) have to be part of one club Name of Child: ............................................................................................... CCA Club: ....................................................................................................... Sports Club: ………………………………………………………………………. Parent’s Signature: ..............................................................................

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National Maritime Day -5 APRIL

National Maritime Day In India, 5 April is marked as the National Maritime Day every year. On 5 April, 1919 navigation history was created when SS Loyalty, the first ship of The Scindia Steam Navigation Company Ltd journeyed to the United Kingdom. This was a crucial step for India shipping history when sea routes were controlled by the British. This day is celebrated to illustrate the awareness in supporting intercontinental commerce and the global economy as the most well-organized, safe and sound environmentally responsive approach of transporting goods from one corner to another corner of the world.

Earth Day- 22 APRIL

Every year on April 22, Earth Day marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement in 1970. Earth Day is widely recognized as the largest secular observance in the world. Earth Day are all about empowering individuals with the information, the tools, the messaging and the communities needed to make an impact and drive change.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - APRIL 2022 Date 1

Day Fri

Details

New Academic Year begins

No. of Working Days 1

2

Sat

2

3

Sun

-

4

Mon

5

Tue

6

Wed

3

National Maritime Day

4 5

7 8

Thu Fri

6 7

9

Sat

-

10

Sun

-

Summer Vacation Begins

11

Mon

12

Tue

-

13

Wed

-

14

Thu

15

Fri

16

Sat

17

Sun

18

Mon

-

-

Good Friday (Holiday)

-

Easter World Heritage Day

-

19

Tue

-

20

Wed

-

21

Thu

-

Earth Day

22

Fri

23

Sat

-

24

Sun

-

25

Mon

-

26

Tue

-

27

Wed

-

28

Thu

-

29

Fri

-

30

Sat

-

Total number of working days

-

7

“Teachers open the door, but you must enter by yourself.” Chinese proverb

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International Labour Day-1 MAY

International Workers' Day, also known as Labour Day in most countries and often referred to as May Day, is a celebration of labourers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labour movement and occurs every year on May Day (1 May). It is observed every year to pay tribute to the contribution of workers across the world.

World Red Cross Day - 8 MAY

World Red Cross Day is celebrated on 8 May to commemorate the birth anniversary of the founder of the Red Cross and International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) Henry Dunant. He was born on 8th May, 1828 in Geneva and the recipient of Nobel Peace Prize. It is dedicated to the people who suffer from the shortage of food, several natural calamities and war as well as from an epidemic disease.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - MAY 2022 Date 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 Total

Day

Details

Sun International Labour Day Mon Idu’l Fitr (Ramzan) (Holiday) Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun World Red Cross Day Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Buddha Purnima (Holiday) Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Summer vacation ends Mon School reopens after summer vacation Tue number of working days

No. of Working Days 1 2 2

“One of the very important characteristics of a student is to question. Let the students ask questions.” Dr APJ Abdul Kalam

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World Environment Day - 5 JUNE

World Environment Day is the most renowned day for environmental action. Since 1974, it has been celebrated every year on 5 June; engaging governments, businesses, celebrities and citizens to focus their efforts on a pressing environmental issue. It pushes for individuals to think about the way they consume; for businesses to develop greener models; for farmers and manufacturers to produce more sustainably; for governments to safeguard wild spaces; for educators to inspire students to live in harmony with the Earth; and for youth to become fierce gatekeepers of a green future.

International Yoga Day - 21 JUNE

The International Day of Yoga aims to raise awareness worldwide of the many benefits of practicing yoga. Yoga is very necessary and beneficial for all human beings if it is practiced by all on daily basis in the early morning. Yoga is an ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. The word ‘yoga’ derives from Sanskrit and means to join or to unite, symbolizing the union of body and consciousness.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - JUNE 2022 Details

No. of Working Days

Date

Day

1

Wed

1

2

Thu

2

3

Fri

3

4

Sat

4

5

Sun

6

Mon

5

7

Tue

6

8

Wed

7

9

Thu

8

10

Fri

9

World Environment Day

-

11

Sat

-

12

Sun

-

13

Mon

10

14

Tue

11

15

Wed

12

16

Thu

13

17

Fri

14

18

Sat

*

19

Sun

-

20

Mon

15

21

Tue

22

Wed

17

23

Thu

18

24

Fri

19

25

Sat

-

26

Sun

-

27

Mon

20

28

Tue

21

29

Wed

22

30

Thu

23

International Yoga Day

Total number of working days

16

23

“Every home is a university and the parents are the teachers”. Mahatma Gandhi

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Van Mahotsav Day - 1 JULY

Van Mahotsav is an annual pan-Indian tree planting festival, occupying a week in the month of July. During this event millions of trees are planted. It was initiated in 1950 by K. M. Munshi, the then Union Minister for Agriculture and Food to create an enthusiasm in the mind of the populace for the conservation of forests and planting of trees.

Kargil Victory Day- 26 JULY

Kargil Victory day commemorates the success of ''Operation Vijay'' which was launched to take back the Indian territories captured by the Pakistani intruders in the Kargil-Drass sector in 1999. The nation will always remember the brave soldiers who sacrificed their life fighting for the nation by showcasing exemplary courage

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - JULY 2022 Date

Day

Details

No. of Working Days

1

Fri

2

Sat

2

3

Sun

-

4

Mon

3

5

Tue

4

6

Wed

5

7

Thu

6

8

Fri

9

Sat

10

Sun

11

Mon

Van Mahotsav Day

School Raising Day

1

7 -

Id-ul-Zuha (Bakrid) (Holiday)

8

12

Tue

9

13

Wed

10

14

Thu

11

15

Fri

12

16

Sat

*

17

Sun

-

18

Mon

13

19

Tue

14

20

Wed

15

21

Thu

16

22

Fri

17

23

Sat

-

24

Sun

-

25

Mon

18

26

Tue

27

Wed

20

28

Thu

21

29

Fri

22

30

Sat

23

31

Sun

-

Kargil Victory Day

Total number of working days

19

23

“The world is not ours to keep. We hold it in trust for future generations.”

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Independence Day - 15 AUGUST

The Independence Day of India, which is celebrated religiously throughout the Country on the 15th of August every year, holds tremendous ground in the list of national days, since it reminds every Indian about the dawn of a new beginning, the beginning of an era of deliverance from the clutches of British colonialism of more than 200 years. India's gaining of independence was a tryst with destiny, as the struggle for freedom was a long and tiresome one, witnessing the sacrifices of many freedom fighters, who laid down their lives on the line.

National Sports Day - 29 AUGUST

The National Sports Day is celebrated on 29 August, on the birth anniversary of hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand, who is regarded as nation's greatest hockey player of all time.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - AUGUST 2022 Date

Day

1 2 3 4 5

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

Details

No. of Working Days 1 2 3 4 5

6 Sat 6 7 Sun 8 Mon 7 9 Tue Muharram (Holiday)* 10 Wed 8 11 Thu Raksha Bandhan 9 12 Fri 10 13 Sat 14 Sun 15 Mon Independence Day 11 16 Tue 12 17 Wed 13 18 Thu Janmashtami(Holiday) 19 Fri 14 20 Sat * 21 Sun 22 Mon 15 23 Tue 16 24 Wed 17 25 Thu 18 26 Fri 19 27 Sat 28 Sun 29 Mon National Sports Day 20 30 Tue 21 31 Wed 22 Total number of working days 22 “A well-educated mind will always have more questions than answers.” Helen Keller

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Teacher’s Day - 5 SEPTEMBER

In India, 5th September is celebrated as Teachers' Day as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society. 5th September is the birth anniversary of a great teacher Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, who was a staunch believer of education and was a well-known diplomat, scholar, the President of India and above all, a teacher.

World Ozone Day - 16 SEPTEMBER

World Ozone Day or International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer is observed on 16 September to spread awareness among people about the depletion of the Ozone Layer and search possible solutions to preserve it. On this day people from all over the world are expected to join the Montreal protocol to join the talks and seminars.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - SEPTEMBER 2022 Details

No. of Working Days

Date

Day

1

Thu

1

2

Fri

2

3

Sat

3

4

Sun

-

5

Mon

6

Tue

5

7

Wed

6

Teacher’s day

Onam (Holiday)

4

8

Thu

9

Fri

-

10

Sat

-

11

Sun

-

12

Mon

8

7

13

Tue

9

14

Wed

10

15

Thu

11

16

Fri

17

Sat

18

Sun

-

19

Mon

13

20

Tue

14

21

Wed

15

22

Thu

16

23

Fri

17

24

Sat

-

25

Sun

-

26

Mon

18

27

Tue

19

28

Wed

29

Thu

30

Fri

World Ozone Day

12 *

20

Autumn Break -Begins

Total number of working days

20

“Education is not the learning of facts but the training of the mind to think.” Albert Einstein

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Non-Violence Day-2 OCTOBER

The United Nations observes the International Day of Non-Violence on 2nd October which is the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, a leader of India's freedom movement and a pioneer of the philosophy of Non-Violence. The objective of the day is to spread awareness about the idea of non-violence through education.

World Food Day – 16 OCTOBER

World Food Day is held every year on October 16th. On this day, more than 150 countries unite to raise awareness of the issues surrounding poverty and hunger.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - OCTOBER 2022 Date

Day

1

Sat

2

Sun

3

Mon

Details

No. of Working Days -

Gandhi Jayanti (Holiday), Non- Violence day

-

4

Tue

5

Wed

6

Thu

-

7

Fri

-

8

Sat

9

Sun

10

Mon

1

11

Tue

2

12

Wed

13

Thu

3

14

Fri

4

15

Sat

*

16

Sun

17

Mon

-

Dussehra (holiday)

-

-

Autumn Break Ends

Milad-ul-Nabi(Holiday)*

World Food Day

-

-

5

18

Tue

6

19

Wed

7

20 21

Thu Fri

8 9

22

Sat

-

23

Sun

-

24

Mon

25

Tue

10

26

Wed

11

27

Thu

12

28

Fri

13

29

Sat

14

Deepavali (holiday) United Nations Day

-

30

Sun

-

31

Mon

15

Total number of working days

15

“Excellence is a continuous process and not an accident”. Dr APJ Abdul Kalam

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Children’s Day- 14 NOVEMBER

Children's Day celebrated on November 14, is recognized across India to increase awareness of the rights, care, and education of children. The day is also held as a tribute to India’s First Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru. Nehru considered children as the real strength of a nation and foundation of society. The nation usually celebrates Children’s Day with educational and motivational programs held across India, by and for children..

Constitution Day of India - 26 NOVEMBER

Constitution Day On November 26, 1949, the Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution of India, and it came into effect on January 26, 1950. In May 2015, the Union Cabinet announced that November 26 will be observed as Constitution Day to promote “constitutional values amongst citizens”. This was the year that marked the 125th birth anniversary of BR Ambedkar, the Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution. .

58

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - NOVEMBER 2022 Details

No. of Working Days

Date

Day

1

Tue

2

Wed

2

3

Thu

3

4

Fri

4

5

Sat

5

6

Sun

-

7

Mon

6

8

Tue

9

Wed

Kerala Piravi

Guru Nanak’s Jayanti (Holiday)

1

7

10

Thu

8

11

Fri

9

12

Sat

-

13

Sun

-

14

Mon

Children’s Day

10

15

Tue

11

16

Wed

12

17

Thu

13

18

Fri

14

19

Sat

*

20

Sun

-

21

Mon

15

22

Tue

16

23

Wed

17

24

Thu

18

25

Fri

19

26

Sat

-

27

Sun

-

28

Mon

20

29

Tue

21

30

Wed

22

Total number of working days

22

“Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” Mother Teresa

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NAVY DAY- 4 DECEMBER

Navy Day Every year, India celebrates December 4 as Navy Day to commemorate Operation Trident – a key offensive during the 1971 India-Pakistan War, when the Indian Navy inflicted heavy damage on Pakistani vessels in Karachi harbour. The same day also marks the end of Navy Week, which, too, is celebrated annually.

Indian Armed Forces Flag Day - 7 DECEMBER

Armed Forces Flag Day is celebrated on December 07, every year in India, with an objective to collect the funds from people for the betterment of the Armed Forces staff just by selling Indian flags, batches, stickers and other items. Over the years, it has become a tradition to commemorate this day as an honour to the soldiers, sailors and airmen of India. The three branched of the Armed Forces - the Indian Army, the Indian Air Force and the Indian Navy - organize a variety of programmes to showcase their efforts towards national security.

60

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - DECEMBER 2022 Details

No. of Working Days

Date

Day

1

Thu

1

2

Fri

2

3

Sat

3

4

Sun

5

Mon

4

6 7

Tue Wed Indian Armed Forces Flag Day

6

8

Thu

7

9

Fri

8

10

Sat

-

Navy Day

5

11

Sun

-

12

Mon

9

13

Tue

10

14

Wed

11

15

Thu

12

16

Fri

13

17

Sat

*

18

Sun

-

19

Mon

14

20

Tue

15

21

Wed

16

22

Thu

23

Fri

17

24

Sat

25

Sun

26

Mon

-

27

Tue

-

28

Wed

-

29

Thu

-

30

Fri

-

31

Sat

-

Winter Break- Begins

-

Christmas(Holiday)

Total number of working days

-

17

“Knowledge will give you the power. But character will give you respect.” Dr APJ Abdul Kalam

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National Youth Day c - 12 JANUARY

National Youth Day is celebrated on January 12, every year in India to honor the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, one of India's greatest leaders and believers of youth power. was an ardent disciple of Sri Ramakrishna Paramahansa and a major force in the revival of Hinduism in India. Celebrated as one of the greatest social leaders of the country, Swami Vivekananda was born on January 12, 1863, in Kolkata.

National Martyr’s Day- 30 JANUARY

Every year on 30 January, India celebrates Martyrs' Day or Shaheed Diwas. The day has been chosen to honour our brave martyrs who have laid down their lives for the country. The date was chosen as it marks the assassination of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi in 1948, by Nathuram Godse

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - JANUARY 2023 Details

No. of Working Days

Date

Day

1 2 3 4

Sun Mon Tue Wed

5 6 7

Thu Fri Sat

4 5 6

8 9 10 11 12 13

Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

7 8 9 10 11

14 15 16 17

Sat Sun Mon Tue

18 19 20 21 22

Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

14 15 16 * -

23 24 25 26

Mon Tue Wed Thu

17 18 19 20

27 28 29 30 31

Fri Sat Sun Mon Tue

School reopens after Winter Break

National Youth Day

Indian Army Day

Republic Day

Martyr’s Day

Total number of working days

1 2 3

12 13

21 22 23 23

"Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come. We have only today. Let us begin.” Mother Teresa

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International Day Of Human Fraternity - 4 FEBRUARY

International Day of Human Fraternity is observed on 4th February globally. International Day of Human Fraternity aims to underline the importance of raising awareness about different cultures and religions, or beliefs, and the promotion of tolerance. One of its purposes is to achieve international cooperation in solving international problems, including by promoting and encouraging respect for human rights and for fundamental freedoms for all without distinction as to race, sex, language or religion

.

National Science Day -28 FEBRUARY

National Science Day is celebrated in India on 28 February each year to mark the discovery of the Raman effect by Indian physicist Sir C. V. Raman on 28 February 1928. For his discovery, Sir C.V. Raman was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1930.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC1 YEAR - FEBRUARY 2023 Details

No. of Working Days

Date

Day

1

Wed

1

2

Thu

2

3

Fri

3

4

Sat

4

5

Sun

-

6

Mon

5

7

Tue

6

8

Wed

7

9

Thu

8

10

Fri

9

11

Sat

-

12

Sun

-

13

Mon

10

14

Tue

11

15

Wed

12

16

Thu

13

17

Fri

14

18

Sat

*

19

Sun

-

20

Mon

15

21

Tue

16

22

Wed

17

23

Thu

18

24

Fri

19

25

Sat

-

26

Sun

-

27

Mon

20

28

Tue

National Science Day

Total number of working days

21 21

“Education is, quite simply, peace-building by another name. It is the most effective form of defense spending there is.” Kofi Annan

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World Consumer Rights Day-15 March

World Consumer Rights Day is celebrated with the aim to raise global awareness about consumer rights and needs, World Consumer Rights Day is observed every year on March 15, since 1983. The day was inspired by President John F Kennedy's special message to the US Congress on March 15, 1962.

World Water Day-22 March

World Water Day celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. ... A core focus of World Water Day is to support the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030.

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SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23 CALENDAR FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR - MARCH 2023 Date

Day

Details

No. of Working Days

1

Wed

1

2

Thu

2

3

Fri

3

4

Sat

4

5

Sun

-

6

Mon

5

7

Tue

8

Wed

6 Holi (Holiday)

-

9

Thu

7

10

Fri

8

11

Sat

-

12

Sun

-

13

Mon

9

14

Tue

10

15

Wed

11

16

Thu

12

17

Fri

13

18

Sat

*

19

Sun

-

20

Mon

14

21

Tue

22

Wed

15 World Water Day

16

23

Thu

17

24

Fri

18

25

Sat

-

26

Sun

-

27

Mon

19

28

Tue

20

29

Wed

21

30

Thu

22

31

Fri

23

Total number of working days

23

“Be the change you want to see in the world.” Mahatma Gandhi

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DATE

PARTICULARS

Arise, awake, stop not until your goal is achieved. -Swami Vivekananda

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

One individual may die for an idea, but that idea will, after his death, incarnate itself in a thousand lives.” - Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

" Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself”. John Dewey

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

" Minds are like parachutes, they only function when open- Thomas Dewar

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

The highest result of education is tolerance” – Hellen Keller

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

“The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows” – Sydney J. Harris

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever” – Mahatma Gandhi

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

Comfort is no test of truth. Truth is often far from being comfortable - Swami Vivekananda

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

Excellence happens not by accident. It is a process- APJ Abdul Kalam

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

DATE

PARTICULARS

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”- Benjamin Franklin

SCHOOL DIARY 2022-23

Record of School and Parent Contact DATE

REMARKS

Signature of Parent/Guardian

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RECORD OF LATE ARRIVAL (L) AND IMPROPER UNIFORM (U APRIL

MAY

JUNE

JULY

AUGUST SEPTEMBER

Date MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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RECORD OF LATE ARRIVAL (L) AND IMPROPER UNIFORM (U OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER JANUARY

FEBRUARY MARCH

Date MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S MARK TEACHER’S ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL ‘L’ / ‘U’

INITIAL

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

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RECORD OF PARTICIPATION / ACHIEVEMENT Date

Event

Position/ Participation

Signature of Class Teacher

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LEAVE RECORD Date

Remarks

Parent’s Signature

Teacher’s Signature

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LIST OF HOLIDAYS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2022-23 Sr. No

HOLIDAY

DATE

DAY

1.

Mahavir Jayanti

14 Apr 22

Thursday

2.

Good Friday

15 Apr 22

Friday

3.

* Idu’lFitr (Ramzan)

03 May 22

Tuesday

4.

Buddha Purrnima

16 May 22

Monday

5.

* Idu-ul-Zuha (Bakrid)

10 Jul 22

Sunday

6.

* Muharram/ Ashura

09 Aug 22

Tuesday

7.

Independence Day

15 Aug 22

Monday

8.

Janmashtami

18 Aug 22

Thursday

9.

Onam

08 Sep 22

Thursday

10.

Mahatma Gandhi’s Birthday(Gandhi Jayanti)

02 Oct 22

Sunday

11.

Dussehra(Vijay Dashmi)

05 Oct 22

Wednesday

12.

* Milad-un-Nabi or Id-E-Milad

08 Oct 22

Saturday

(Birthday of Prophet Mohammed)

13.

Diwali (Deepavali)

24 Oct 22

Monday

14.

Guru Nanak’s Jayanti

08 Nov 22

Tuesday

15.

Christmas

25 Dec 22

Sunday

16.

Republic Day

26 Jan 23

Thursday

17.

Holi

08 Mar 23

Wednesday

Sr. No

Type of vacation

From

To

(a)

Summer vacation

11 Apr 2022 (Monday)

29 May 2022 (Sunday)

(b)

Autumn Break

29 Sep 2022 (Thursday)

09 Oct 2022 (Sunday)

(c)

Winter Break

23 Dec 2022 (Friday)

01 Jan 2023 (Sunday)

* Subject to Change depending upon appearance of moon

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KNOW YOUR SCHOOL IMPORTANT GUIDELINES: WHAT TO DO

DURING AN EARTHQUAKE 1. Keep calm and reassure others. 2. The safest place is open space away from buildings. 3. If you are indoors, take cover under a desk, table, bed, door frame, etc. 4. Stay away from glass doors, glass panes, 5. Walk out calmly 6. Take children, the aged and the sick out before leaving the building or room. 7. If you are outside stay away from buildings and utility works. 8. Stay in the open till the vibrations stop 9. If you are in a moving vehicle, stop as quickly as possible and stay in the vehicle. 10. Free all pets and domestic animals so that they can run outside. 11. Extinguish all open flames like stoves, candles, lamps and matches.

IN CASE OF A FIRE 1. Do not panic. 2. Raise alarm/Inform the nearest teacher 3. Switch off fans, lights, air-conditioners and computers etc. 4. Open doors and windows 5. Do not run. Walk calmly down the stairs in a single file. 6. In case of heavy smoke, wet a towel or hanky using water from a water bottle, Then cover your nose and mouth with a wet towel or handkerchief and crawl out towards the nearest exit. 7. Assemble in an earmarked space at a safe distance and wait for instructions. Note: In case of emergency, follow the exit plan as provided in each room and corridor

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MEDICAL CARD OF THE STUDENT (To be filled in by the Parent) 1. Name of the Student ................................................................ 2. Date of Birth ..............................................................................

3. Height ...................................................................................... 4. Weight………………………………………………………………. 5. Specific diseases suffered in the past ..................................... 6. Operations undergone in the past, if any ............................... 7. Allergies, if any ......................................................................... 8. Immunisation i)

Polio

Yes / No

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DPT

Yes / No

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Measles

Yes / No

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Tetanus (Date of last injection)

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Cholera (Date of last injection)

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Any other injection (Specify)

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9. Any other ailment for which the student is on regular medication: ………….............................................................................................

Signature of the Parent

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INDEMNITY FORM FOR STUDY TOUR, NCS (K) The President of India In consideration of minor of whom I am the legal / natural guardian being carried at my request as a passenger in Indian Navy Mechanical Transport, I undertake and agree that neither I nor my executor or administrator or my other legal representative will make any claim against the Government or against any officer or sailor or any employee of Indian Navy or against any person in the service of the Government in respect of loss or injury to property or person including injury resulting in death which the said minor may suffer while the said minor is or in consequent the said minor being so carried or whilst he/she is boarding or alighting from the said transport, and I understand and agree that no compensation will be paid by the Government or by any officer or sailor or employee of the Indian Navy or by any person in the service of the Government in respect of any such loss or injury. I further agree so as to abide myself my executors and administrators to indemnity you or any person of the service of the Government against any claim which may be made by any act of default on the part of the said minor during or in connection with such journey in the Indian Navy Mechanical Transport. Dated the

day of

(Signature of the Parent) Name, Address & Ph. No.:

Note: To be filled and submitted to the class teacher as and when required.

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NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL NAVAL BASE, KOCHI-682004 APPLICATION FOR ISSUE OF TRANSFER / SCHOOL LEAVING CERTIFICATE 1. Name of Pupil:………………………………………………………… 2 Admission No:…………………Class………………Sec……….…. 3. Father's Name…………………………………………………………. 4 Mother's Name…………………………………………………………. 5 Date of Birth…………………………………………………………… 6. Nationality & Religion………………………………………………… 7. Whether SC/ST/OBC etc. …………………………………………… 8. School dues cleared up to ……………………………………………. 9 Reason for withdrawal ………………………………………………… 10. Date for withdrawal …………………………………………………. (Signature of Parent/ Guardian) Date …../…../……. Name……………………………… CLEARANCE a) Librarian……………………………………(for classes III to XII only) b) NCC…………………………………………(for classes VI to X only) c) Fee In-charge………………………………(for all)

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d)Physics Deptt……………………………..(for classes IX to XII only) e) Chem. Deptt ………………………… .. (for classes IX to XII only) f) Geography Lab……………………….…(for classes IX to XII only) g) Bio. Lab………………………………. (for classes IX to XII only) 11. Attendance as on date of withdrawal………………………………

Signature of Class Teacher Dated………………………….

Note: 1. This form is to be submitted (at reception) after clearance or signature. 2.For refund of caution deposit, separate pre-receipt is to be submitted. Caution deposit not claimed within one year will not be refunded. 3. The parent / guardian is to get the Transfer Certificate countersigned by the District Education Officer; if the student is to be re-admitted to a school outside Delhi. 4 This form is to be submitted to school at least 15 days before the day of withdrawal.

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THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA

PREAMBLE WE, THE PEOPLE OF INDIA, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a SOVEREIGN SOCIALIST SECULAR DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC and to secure to all its citizens. JUSTICE, social, economic and political. LIBERTY of thought, expression, belief, faith and worship. EQUALITY of status and of opportunity and to promote among them all. FRATERNITY assuring the dignity of the individual and the unity and integrity of the Nation. In our Constituent Assembly this twenty-sixth day of November, 1949, do Hereby Adopt, Enact And Give To Ourselves This Constitution. 127

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Fundamental Duties It shall be the duty of every citizen of India *

to abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem;

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to cherish and follow the noble ideals which inspired our national struggle for freedom;

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to uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India;

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to defend the country and render national service when called upon to do so;

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to promote harmony and the spirit of common brotherhood amongst all the people of India transcending religious, linguistic and regional or sectional diversities; to renounce practice derogatory to the dignity of women;

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to value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture;

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to protect and improve the natural environment including forests, lakes, rivers and wild life, and to have compassion for living creatures;

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to develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform;

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to safeguard public property and to abjure violence;

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to strive towards excellence in all spheres of individual and collective activity, so that the nation constantly rises to higher levels of endeavour and achievement;

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who is a parent or guardian, to provide opportunities for education to his child or, as the case may be ward between the age of six to fourteen years. 128

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Fundamental Rights 

Right to Equality



Right to Freedom



Right against Exploitation



Right to Freedom of Religion



Cultural & Educational Rights



Right to Constitutional Remedies

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NATIONAL PLEDGE (ENGLISH) India is my country/ All Indians are my brothers and sisters/ I love my country/ and I am proud of its rich and varied heritage/ I shall always strive to be worthy of it/ I shall give respect to my parents, teachers and all elders/ and treat everyone with courtesy/ To my country and my people / I pledge my devotion/ In their well-being and prosperity alone lies my happiness.

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SCHOOL PLEDGE As a student of Navy Children School, I pledge that I will be truthful, trustworthy, honest and forthright under all circumstances. I will obey my teachers and follow all rules concerning discipline. I am proud of my school. I will, at all times, endeavour to uphold its reputation by my conduct, bearing and manner both within and outside the school. I will not do anything that will bring dishonour to me, my parents or my school I will totally devote my time in school for studies and to take part in as many co-curricular and extra-curricular activities as possible. I promise to faithfully live up to this pledge.

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SCHOOL SONG Our pride, our pride, NCS our pride,

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When duty calls, always ready With courage in our hearts, When duty ends, always ready, To climb another mast. Our pride, our pride, NCS our pride,

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Her banner we shall hold up high, And guard our honour till we die, And though one day we will part, ..... She will always be in our hearts. Our pride, our pride, NCS our pride,

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We feel the pride and the joy, Of being the NCS girl and boy, So let the cheering out in the pool, Long live our dear NCS School. Our pride, our pride, NCS our pride,

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Prayer Before Each Period (Both morning & noon) Our hands we fold Our heads we bow Bless us dear God Enlighten our minds Strengthen our memories And direct our wills Towards what is right

Prayer Before a Meal 1.

Thank you God for the world so sweet Thank you God for the food we eat Thank you God for the birds that sing Thank you God for everything

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Our hands we fold Our heads we bow For food and drink We thank you now

Prayer After Class Thank you for looking after our school Thank you that you love each and every one of us here Help us to learn, play and share together, So that the wonderful world you have made Becomes more beautiful everyday. 135

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CLASS TIME TABLE DAYS/ TIME

I 7.50 AM 8.30 AM

II 8.30 AM 9.10 AM

III 9.10AM 9.45AM

IV 10.05AM 10.40 AM

VII VIII 12.00 Noon 12.35 PM- 12.35 PM 1.10 PM

V VI 10.40AM - 11.15 AM 11.15 AM 11.50 AM

IX 1.10 PM1.45 PM

MON

B R E AK

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B R E AK

TUE

THU

FRI

SAT * DEAR - Drop Everything And Read

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NAVY EDUCATION SOCIETY

MISSION To nurture the students to be life-long learners, instilled with sound moral values, who are respectful and responsible, and who rise to the challenges of life creatively and enthusiastically, in an ever changing world.

VISION To transform all Navy Children Schools into branded schools of international standards providing world class education.

MOTTO “Gyanena Shobhate” ie “Knowledge is Bliss” Knowledge is Bliss and quest for knowledge will motivate the students and teachers of NCS to strive for more and more knowledge.