Monday, 23 November 2015

Kannada Rajyotsava

Rajyotsava day was celebrated with great joy and vigour in the school premises. The entire school wore a festive look on this day as the red and yellow Kannada flags were hoisted at different strategic locations. The principal inaugurated the function by lighting the lamp. “Jaya Bharatha Jananiya Tanujate” the State anthem was sung. “Important historical places of Karnataka” documentary was showcased which had thrilled the audience.  “VEERA VANITE CHANNAMMA” drama was enacted by the students of fourth standard was really heart touching. Recalling all the great kannada freedom fighters and poets on this occasion, students pledged to respect and take care of their motherland. 
Significance of the day was narrated beautifully to respect and take care of their motherland.The breath taking dance on the “Barisu Kannada Dimdimava” song was mesmerizing. Rajyotsava day was an occasion to imbide the values of patriotism among the students for which they responded wholeheartedly. 

Deepavali Celebrations

Deepavali celebrations started with the lighting of the traditional diyas. The school had organized a diya making competition for the students. The students decorated the diyas and the best ones were awarded the prizes. The students were enlightened about the story behind the celebration of Deepavali and also enacted a skit on “Ecofriendly Deepavali”. They went home with the pledge to celebrate Deepavali in a green way. Overall it was a day filled with a lot of spirit and enthusiasm.

Friday, 20 November 2015

Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

On the eve of the Rashtriya Ekta Diwas the birth of Sardar Valla Bhai Patel ‘Saluting the Iron Man and the Architect of Modern India, the school has organized a rally ‘run for unity’. On this occasion Rashtriya Ekta Diwas pledge was administered by the school captain Master Mohit to the enthusiastic students. Speaking on the occasion the vice-captain Amisha mentioned that “Sardar Patel’s life is a journey of deep- rooted courage, dedication and service to the Motherland. He is truly the architect of Modern India”. The Principal flagged off the rally which started from the school premises. Students and Teachers took part in it with great zest.

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Dussehra Celebration

The festival of Dasara was celebrated with traditional gaiety and enthusiasm. Festivity had started with a melodious song on goddess sharada by the VII Std students.Doll exhibition was inaugurated by lighting the traditional brass lamp .Students spoke on the significance of Dasara. The dance troupes mesmerized the audience with their scintillating performances based on the theme of festivity.To create awareness about our rich heritage and culture of Mysore Dasara celebration a power point presentation was showcased by the technical committee. The students imbibed the message “Good always wins over Evil“ through various programmes.

Gandhi Jayanthi

Gandhiji was one of the few men in the history  to fight simultaneously on moral, religious, political, social, economic and cultural front. The essence of Gandhi Jayanti celebrated in the school with a number of activities very closely linked with Gandhiji and his beliefs.
The special assembly kick started with offering flowers to Gandhiji’s portrait by the Principal and teachers. Bapu’s favourite Bhajan “Vaishnava Janato” was rendered by the VII and VIII Std students. A class X student narrated about Bapu’s struggle in getting freedom and concluded with his message of “My life is my message “  and  “You must be the change you wish to see in the world”.The students of class VI and VII enlightened the gathered audience by sharing various thoughts related with positive thinking, homeschooling, humanity and many more.The students watched the play “ Nannannu Kshamisi “ a real life story of Gandhiji with rapt attention and felt like they were also a part of Gandhiji’s life.Finally the programme was concluded with a vote of thanks and the entire school seemed to feel the essence of Gandhiji’s presence.

Ganesha Fest

This festival is celebrated to mark the advent of the master of all knowledge, intelligence and wisdom, Lord Ganesha. BGS Public school always had a sincere concern for fast degrading environment caused by air and water pollution. So the school students and faculty made an ecofriendly 8 feet Ganesha Idol using only natural colours in 6 hours. The primary section also took initiative to prove their artistic skill and made the Idols with leaf, Vegetables and non-toxic clay.
Pooja of Lord Ganesha was performed. Students charted shlokas and later entertained the audience with the mesmerizing dance drama and song.The festivity came to an end by the immersion of Lord Ganesha’s Idol in the school pond with the hope to see him next year.

Hindi Diwas

Hindi Diwas was celebrated in the school by organizing a special assembly with lots of recreational activities. Some of the highlighting activities on this day were students lead the school with pledge and thoughts in Hindi.Significance of the day enlightened the crowd “How constituent assembly of India adopted Hindi written in Devanagiri script as the official language of the union.”Students propagated the language through ‘Raheem Ke Dohey’ dance on ‘aisa desh hai mera’ and song. Drama based on Swachch Bharat was an eye opener for everyone. The day was full of feasts, events and competitions. Various prizes were distributed by the Principal to encourage students to take more positive perceptions about Hindi language.

Onam Celebration

Onam is celebrated worldwide with great pomp and show by malayalis. Beautiful onam pookalam designs can be seen for 10 days in every house. Varieties of flowers in different colours are used to create beautiful pookalam designs. All the onam pookalam designs are unique and beautiful. To celebrate the occasion at BGSPS a floral display competition was held for the students of classes V to XI. Students participated in large numbers and created beautiful motiffs using flowers to commemorate the occasion.

KG Fruits Day

As a part of their learning activity Kindergarten students of BGS Public School celebrated Fruits Day with fun and gaiety. They had different head bands of fruits and enjoyed the game of bombing the fruit. Overall it was an enjoyable day for Kindergarten.

Friday, 11 September 2015

Sri Krishna Janmashtami

We at BGS Public School celebrated Krishna Janmashtami in the colourful way. Toddlers came in dressed as Krishna/Radha. The programme included Shloka chanting by Nursery, Group dance by Primary and highschool students. The highlight of the programme was the traditional breaking of the pot which was cheered by all.

Teachers Day

A good teacher is like a candle. It consumes itself to light the way for others. Teachers’ day was celebrated in a different way in our school by welcoming each and individual teacher. There was lighting of the lamp by the teachers and principal by offering pranams & flowers to the great teacher  Sarvapalli Radha Krishna. Teachers plant seeds of knowledge that grow happy forever! Children showed their gratitude & love to all the teachers by making them to play some games & winners were awarded. It was an enjoyable day for all the teachers.

A very happy Teachers Day to all the teachers in the world from BGS Public School family.

Thursday, 10 September 2015

World Photography Day

The World Photography Day was celebrated at ​BGS Public School on 20th August 2015.​ The young and budding photographers of the photography club enthralled the audience by showing the techniques involved in taking a good photograph. The components in a camera and their functioning kept the audience spell bound. Enthusiasts who wanted to take up photography as a hobby enjoyed trying their hands at it. Overall it was an enjoyable day for all.

Sanskrit Diwas

The celebration of Sanskrit day provided a medium stimulating the interest in the language and also increased the awareness about the importance of Sanskrit as a language. That day also gave an opportunity for students to showcase their creativity by taking part in various competitions.
Shloka and poetry recitation in Sanskrit were the highlights of the day.

Sunday, 16 August 2015

Independence Day

Saturday, August 15th, 2015, Independence Day was celebrated in a mood of joy and happiness no rituals, just festivities. The scouts band led the guest of honour to hoist the flag.

Even though India celebrated 69 years of Independence from the colonial rule students brought back the memory of freedom struggle by performing drama on swadeshi movement and Dandi march. Students passionately spoke about the freedom fighters and dance was performed on the national song ‘Vande Mataram’. 

Exhibition was organized to depict the lives and teachings of the sons of the soil, who sacrificed their life for freedom. A large number of parents, students and staff participated and witnessed the grand ceremony.

Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Guru Poornima

At BGS Public School, students offered  prayers to the founder Bhairavaikya Jagadguru Padmabhushana Sri Sri Sri Dr.Balagangadharanatha Mahaswamiji. Sri Balagangadharanatha  Mahaswamiji born on 18th January 1945 was an Indian religious leader who was the seer of Sri Adichunchanagiri,  Nagamangala Taluk, Mandya district. He was awarded Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian honour for the year 2010. Swamiji completed his graduation in Science from Government Arts & Science College, Bengaluru. Motivated by the desire to serve God and the people, he chose the spiritual way of life.

The Interhouse Kho Kho competition

The Interhouse Kho Kho competition was held on Wednesday, 22nd July,2015. There are four houses: Sharavathi, Tunga, Kaveri and Bhadra. In the boys category -  Sharavathi House emerged as winner and in Girls category also Sharavathi House bagged the trophy. The Runners are Bhadra House in the boys category and Tunga House in the Girls category. Congratulations to all the winners.

Investiture Ceremony

The Investiture Ceremony at BGS Public School, Kengeri was held on Monday, 13th July, 2015 to inculcate the qualities of leadership, discipline and service. During the ceremony the leaders of the perfectual board and student council pledged to uphold the name of the institution and motto “Service to Mankind is Service to god”. The prayer song was followed by the lighting of the traditional lamp by the guests – His holiness Sri Sri Sri Nirmalanandanatha Mahaswamiji of Sri Adichunchanagiri Mahasamsthana Mutt, Sri Sri Prakashnath Swamiji Managing Director of BGS group of Institutions and other dignitaries.Cultural Programme included a classical fusion dance and Sarvadharma prayer. A documentary on “Democratic way of election in school” was showcased.In order to provide holistic education various clubs like, Science club, Literary club, Cyber club, Dance and Music club, Photography clubs were inaugurated.Mahaswamiji in his Ashirvachana highlighted inculcating spirituality among students who inturn will be a great assets to the society.

World Music Day

World Music Day was celebrated in BGS Public School, Kengeri on 22nd June 2015. It gave an opportunity for amateurs to commune and share a special bond through music. The concert began with the Carnatic music and concluded with western music by the talented students. The message was very clear that music has the power to heal, connect and inspire.

World Yoga Day

"Yoga is an invaluable gift of India's ancient tradition. International Yoga Day was celebrated at school with a sense of oneness. On this day everyone took a pledge to work towards creating consciousness by adopting a holistic approach to health and well-being. The programme began with a salutation to sun god, after which the students performed different asana. The Yoga Instructor contributed significantly by writing a book ‘Suryanamaskara’ which was released on this occasion by the Principal.

World Environment Day 2015

World Environment Day was celebrated on Friday, 5th June 2015. The students of BGS Public School presented a dance drama depicting an interrelationship between man and nature. They gave the message to save and conserve environment. The effects of depleting flora and fauna in the environment were also highlighted during the programme. The students also took a pledge on that day to save natural resources and thus protect the environment.

World No Tobacco Day 2015

BGS Public School Kengeri observed “World No Tobacco Day” on Monday, 1st June 2015. World No Tobacco Day was intended to encourage an abstinence from all forms of Tobacco. It is celebrated every year on 31st May. A special assembly was conducted by the students of Std. 10. The Programme began with a speech which gave the introduction on World No Tobacco Day, stressing the need for “Tobacco  free world”. The skit which was performed by the students highlighted the consequences of using tobacco. Badges of No Tobacco Day were distributed to the students, staff and drivers to spread the message. The programme concluded with vote of thanks. The students and staff enjoyed being part of the celebration for a noble cause and took a pledge to make the place free of tobacco.