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GURUKUL SCHOOL, DHAMNOD

REPORT ON SCIENCE EXHIBITION ON WHEELS AND PLANETARIUM

A Science exhibition and show of  Planetarium was organized in the school on 01 Aug. 2018 with the  proposal from Mr. Rajan Jawakhedkar, Tribal Welfare Department, Dhar and with the help of Science Exhibition on wheels by Children Science Centre, Indore .
The students were shown Stars, Planets, Constellations and Milky way Galaxy in a specially designed dome. They were shown different pattern of star and position different planets, the Moon and the Sun.
They were shown the slides of solar eclipse and various natural phenomena. Students from 3rd Standard to 12th Standard enjoyed the presentation and raised many questions to which Mr. Sunil Singh responded.
Science on wheel contain various models such as Newton’s Cradle, Hydro-electricity Model, Tesla Coil, Steam Engine, System of Pulleys, Mosquito repellent Electric bat working, Light dependent Resistance, Mars Mission Model, Models of Bio-diversity, Floating Earth, Magnetic levitation  and Magnetic brakes in train wheel. Students of class XII explained these models with the help of Mrs. Rekha Singh and Mr. Rajendra Singh. They have shown the collection of old coins from the World and India. Mr. Sunil Singh demonstrated Jadu Nahi Vigyan with the help of some magic tricks to the Teachers. He expected that teachers should come forward with the ideas and models to make Science interesting.
The students expressed their views also. They said it was a wonderful experience to see Stars and Planets in the dome as well understanding the Science models.

All the Sports teachers and Subject teachers co-operated to maintain discipline of Students.

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Gurupurnima Report

In Gurukul School Dhamnod on 27/07/18 the eve of Guru Purnima two competitions (patriotic and devotional songs) were organized the guests are respected  C.E.O., Director and Principal.In patriotic songs competition VI to VIII students participated and in devotional songs IX to XII students participated. In both the competitions four houses Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram, Maheshwaram house participated.

Mr. Paras Patidar and Mrs Sandhya Khoche were the judges for both the programs. In the beginning of program the judges were welcomed by teachers and students. The program has started by patriotic songs competition . All the presentations were appreciated by audience and dignitaries. After patriotic  song competition devotional song competition was organized . In this competition Satyam house presentation was appreciated by all. The judges had given their judgement on the basis of four parameters like selection of songs , rhythm , co-ordination and melody. In both programs anchoring is done by class VIII students . Music teacher, Mr. Ajay Dongre and his team made significant contribution for the competition. The program ended successfully.Next day the result of both competitions were announced. In patriotic songs competition Satyam house was winner . It scored        marks out of       .In the second position was taken by Maheshwaram house.  In devotional songs competition again Satyam house was the winner. The winners and runner up got certificates.

Director and Principal of the institution congratulated winners, runner up as well as all the participants.
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GURUKUL SCHOOL MEGA DANCE PRESENTATION
In Gurukul School grand birthday of Director of the institution Mr. A.L. Mujumdar was celebrated. Students of senior block danced together in a mega dance performance in all 1400 students participated and itís a record in our area. He cut the cake and Gurukul family wished him long healthy life. Children also gifted self sketched picture of Director.
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REPORT ON CBSE EXAMINATION AISSCE & AISSE 2017-18
CBSE Examination AISSCE & AISSE was conducted successfully at Gurukul School from 5th March to 25thApril 2018. Gurukul School was the Centre (Centre No.1664) of CBSE Board Examination of seven schools from nearby Dhamnod i.e Adarsh Academy, Shanti Nilya, R.M. Nyati, Himalaya International, Shankar School, Nimar Cambridge & Gurukul School. There were 909 students registered in the examination out of which 606 students for class 10 and 303 students for class 12. CBSE appointed Mr.Arun Mulewa, PGT, Perfect Academy, Manawar as a Centre Supdt. for the CBSE Board Examination. Gurukul School appointed Mr. Brajesh Barve and Mr. Pankaj Khandelwal as a Dpt.Centre Supdt. & Clerk resp. Question Papers were received from the Canara Bank 15 days before the examination and were asked to count and verify the available material. Answer copies (Main copies, Graph copies & supplementary copies) were also received at the Centre few days earlier of the Examination which were counted and arranged according to the examinations day wise.
Information of Board Examination with proper details of the students and the examination timing was send to the Police Station, Dhamnod for smooth conduct of Examination and at the Post office for proper postal dispersal. Requirements of the teachers per day/per examination were sent to the different schools so that invigilation Duty can be prepared in advanced.
According to the By-Laws of CBSE following points where kept in mind:
a) Timetable was prepared day wise, where seating arrangements were changed after every two exams.
b) Seating arrangements and other matters related to the conduct of examination were prepared. (The number of seats in each vertical row was not divisible by three).
c) Separate arrangement was done for a partially visually handicapped candidate (only one) with extra time for the examination.
d) One Assistant Superintendent for every 20 or a part in a hall or big rooms was appointed. However, there were at least two Assistant Superintendents in a room irrespective of the candidates.
e) Question Papers were brought every morning between 9:45 to 10:00am from the bank with full security in presence of Centre Supdt. and Dy.Supdt in School vehicle.
f ) Instructions were given to the Assistant Supdt.(invigilators) every morning so that mistakes can be avoided.
g) Students were allowed to enter the examination hall 30 minutes before the examination. At 10:00 am answer sheets were distributed serial wise and at 10:15 Question papers were distributed sequence wise and were allowed to start writing at 10:30am. Answer copies were taken back after 3 hrs at 1:30pm.
h) Copies were collected room wise from the invigilators, were arranged according to the CBSE Guidelines ,packed and deposited to the Post Office the same day.
i) Online entries were filled every day after the disperse of the answer sheet bundles to the post office.
There were 144 Asstt. Supdt.( invigilators) given 287 duties in 18 days examination. There were three observers who observed the School Centre five Ėfive days each they were
a) Mr. Sanjay Verma ,Principal,Swayam Academy, Dharampuri, Dhar.
b) Mr. Jay Singh Panwar, Principal, Perfect Academy, Dhar.
c) Mr. A.C. Nigam, Principal, J.N.V Multhan, Dhar.
The observer found the centre fulfilling all the guidelines given by the CBSE. The examination of Economics which was conducted on 26thMarch because of some circumstances was held again on 25thApril.
At the end of the examination all the remaining material (main copies, supplementary copies, graph copies, invigilation duty chart, per day online submission form etc.) were send back to CBSE Centre back. Amount received by CBSE was `1,97,000 from which Contingent charges and Remuneration was paid to the persons involved in the conduct of Examination such as Centre Supdt.,Dy.Supdt,D-Staff,Printing Centre Material, Stationery charges, Seating Charges, Refreshment & Postal Charges were included and remaining check amount of `1,968 was send back to CBSE by the school at the time of closing account.It was a great support by the Director, the Principal and the Management that the CBSE board examination was conducted in the proper manner.
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MULTIPLEX MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
A visit was organized on 14th November 2017 in a multiplex of nearby area to all the students of classes X to XII. The activities were carried out by the Gurukul school Dhamnod . The main objective of this visit of students were to informed them about the working and management system of multiplex with the emergence of phenomenon like liberalization and globalization has taken as leap we can see transmission of ideas, trend, culture and behavior across the globalization of the trend that have caught the moment in past decade is the Era of multiplex and entertainment too. Students learnt about multiplex management system how it perform its working and came to the conclusion that this system performs its task like on line booking and cancellation of tickets Screen and movie management handling database and track records. Showing various malls and brands Listening and sale duration and sale percentage on brands etc. Student enjoyed this visit and understood the reason for the same can attributed the fact that over the past couple of years the dynamic of movie making has changed dramatically.
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RED DAY AND MADAM MONTESSORI CELEBRATION IN GURUKUL
On 31 August 2018 Red day and Madam Montessori day was celebrated in Gurukul. Children came in red dress colourful dresses. Teacher’s teaching in Pre- Primary also come in red dresses and madam Montessori day is celebrated by garlanding her photo and highlighting her educational philosophy for children. By 1912, Montessori schools had opened in Paris and many other Western European cities, and were planned for Argentina, Australia, China, India, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Switzerland, Syria, the United States, and New Zealand. Public programs in London, Johannesburg, Rome, and Stockholm had adopted the method in their school systems.
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Excursions & Picnic
Educational tours and picnics are organized from time to time keeping in mind that the child should learn and appreciate the wonder of nature around him. It develops independence, interdependence, spirit of self-confidence and adventure in them. It develops in them love for outdoor life.
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Annual Celebration
We have glorious tradition of celebrating all National and cultural festivals irrespective of cult, sect or religion to develop the true spirit of secularism and democracy. Every individual has a treasure of immense talent. We organize the functions regularly to bring out and encourage acting, singing dancing & group discussion ,elocution, debate, poetry recitation & above all the spirit to live together, to work together and to think together.
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Co-curricular
Co-curricular activities like poetry recitation, story telling, declamation, debates, speech, advertisement, painting, Rangoli, dance & singing competition are organized under Inter House Competitions and Inter School Competitions from time to time.
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Art and Craft
The young artists work here & astonish everyone by their creativity & innovation. They are deeply involved in drawing and painting. In addition to this they are taught sculpture, wood carving, pottery, clay modeling, paper cutting and folding. They take part in interschool events with great zeal.
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Literary Activities
Students are encouraged to develop their debating skills, memory and art of public speaking through various literary activities like poetry recitation, debates, speeches, declamation, talk show and quizzes etc.
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Sports
Sports forms an integral part of the school educational programme having facilities for indoor & outdoor sports. The students are given sample opportunities to exhibit their talent. A rigorous schedule has been thoughtfully designed so that each student can participate whole-heartedly in indoor and outdoor games organized at inter school levels.
Mock Parliament of Gurukul school:
Under learning through activities Mock elections were held thereby forming parliament of Gurukul Government students learnt the fundamental provisions of a democratic government; Under the same heading Emergency Evacuation Drill and similar Disaster Management Drills are organized at regular intervals. Adventure and Rescue Training Programme Certificate course was completed by more than 40 students at Kalakund near Choral on Indore-Barwaha road. Three days and two nights camp under skillful trainers students
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