Save tiger

DATE :28 November 2015

OBJECTIVE

  • To create awareness about protecting tigers in their natural habitats.
  • To understand the importance of protecting tigers from extinction.
  • To create awareness about rectifying damages done to the habitat so as to facilitate the recovery of the ecosystem the maximum possible extent.
  • To give a message regarding viable population of tigers for economic, scientific, cultural, aesthetic and ecological values.

DESCRIPTION

The theme “SAVE TIGER” was depicted on 28 November 2015 as a part of sports day. It was held on JPS playground. The chief guest for the program was swimmer JalajaShirole. Guest of honour was Ms.SnehaBhatt, Tae Kwon Do, Master RohanShingri, Miss MeghaAgrawal and Shree Tanmay, Malusare Arch, Campus director Mr.V. A. Bugade and principalMs.Unnati Joshi.

Bhagat Singh house (Red house) mistress Ms.SaritaPandey has given a brief description about the theme and the students of this house has performed a dance demo of theme “Save Tiger” which are becoming endangered. In this dance demo, at first they have shown how the tigers were living happily in their natural habitat. After the entry of the tribals/humans they were killing the tigers for their skin, teeth and claws. The last part of the dance gives the message that tiger is a unique animal which plays a pivotal role in the health and diversity of an ecosystem. As it is a key predator which is at the apex of the food chain and keeps the population at a proper balance between prey herbivores and the vegetation upon which they feed. The dance demo conveys the message that if the tigers go extinct, the entire system would collapse. Through this dance students were able to convey the message of saving tigers.

Save water

OBJECTIVE

  • To create an awareness about how can we save water at home and school.
  • To give the idea of different sources of water.
  • To increase the awareness of cleanliness of water bodies.
  • To make aware of consequence of shortage of water.
  • To know the techniques of conservation of water.

DESCRIPTION

The theme “SAVE WATER” was depicted on 28 November 2015 as a part of sports day. It was held on JPS playground. The chief guest for the program was swimmer JalajaShirole. Guest of honour was Ms.SnehaBhat, Tae Kwon Do, Master RohanShingri, Miss MeghaAgrawal and Shree Tanmay, Malusare Arch, Campus director Mr.V. A. Bugade and principalMs.Unnati Joshi.

Shivaji house(Blue house) Ms.Seema have given a brief description about the theme “Save Water” and the students of this house have performed a dance demo of theme ‘save water’ which gave the message of different sources of water and how to save water effectively and properly. In this dance demo they have shown where water comes from and how to keep water bodies clean. This dance demo gives an idea about the consequences we have to face due to the shortage of water. People are unnecessarily wasting the water and due to this many are facing shortage of water and it is very important to save water for future generation.

Rakshabandhan

Objectives :-

  1. To develop good understanding between brother and sister.
  2. To create awareness regarding environment issues.
  3. To inculcate the feeling of Eco awareness amongst students.
  4. To save trees.
  5. To give promise of protection is made on this special occasion

Description

It is Hindu festival of brother and sister. It symbolize caring attitude of brother towards their sister. It is not only restricted to brothers. On the occasion of Raksha bandhan we have organized Rakhi making competition. Advocates, doctors, police and other community helpers were invited in the school. They showered their blessings to the girls. These community helpers protects us. They are ultimate guard of life rights and health.

Cultural events

Songs

Bageshri Kulkarni –Tere man darshan

Dance

Class VI Behana ne bhai ki kalai pe

Class VII Bhaiya mere Rakhi ke bandhan

Phullon ka taro ka sabaka kehana

Student performed skit to give importance to Rakshabandhan. Our principle greeted everybody on the occasion and talked about a vision that we should live in harmony and respect our rich culture and tradition.

Principle proposed the idea of tying Rakhi to a tree to nourish it as well. She tied Rakhi to tree to spread the message “SAVE TREES”. Students have taken the oath to protect and nourish the trees. As we tie Rakhi to our brothers expecting love, care affection, safety and security throughout our life , the same way we should also think that the trees are also our brothers and will help protect our future.

Our campus Director Mr. Bugade and Asst. Campus Director Mr. Sanjay Sawant were present to grace the occasion. They wished their best wishes on the occasion. Hence it was one of the most eventful celebrations in our school.

Vana mahotsav

Objectives:

  1. To plant a sapling in van mahotsava week.
  2. To spread awareness amongst people about the harm caused by cutting down of trees.
  3. To plant more and more trees in schools,offices,house and public places.
  4. To spread awareness of global warming and pollution.
  5. To save our mother earth.
  6. To provide alternate fuel facility.

Description:

Van Mahotsav is an annual tree-planting festival in India. This movement was initiated in the year 1950 by India’s Union Minister for Agriculture, Kulapati Dr.K M Munshi.

  • The name Van Mahotsava means “the festival of trees”.
  • It has gained immense national importance and every year, millions of saplings are planted all across India in observation of the Van Mahotsav week.
  • It is expected that every citizen of India has to plant a sapling in the Van Mahotsav week.
  • It helps spread awareness amongst people about the harm caused by the cutting down of trees.
  • People celebrate Van Mahotsava by planting trees or saplings in homes, offices, schools, colleges, etc.
  • Awareness campaigns are held at various levels.
  • Novel promotions like free circulation of trees are also taken up by various organizations and volunteers.
  • The planting of trees during the festival serves various purposes like providing alternative fuel, increase production of food resources, helps create shelter-belts around fields to increase productivity, provide food for cattle, offers shade and decorative landscapes, helps conserves soil deterioration, etc.
  • The festival educates the awareness of trees among people and portrays the need of planting and tending of trees, as trees are one of the best ways to prevent global warming and reduce pollution.
  • Van Mahotsava is celebrated as a festival of life.
  • In India it was started as a crusade to save mother earth.