Diwali was celebrated by our Pre-primary students on 21st and 22nd October with full zeal and zest. Joy of giving was also a part of the celebration for our students as they honoured our under privileged staff of the school.
A Field trip was organised for the Pre- primary students to the Iscon Temple on Tuesday 15th October from 9:00am to 10:30am with the objective of educating them to the Places of worship and chanting shlokas in a rhythmic way.
A fun filled competition loved by all our children is the Clay modelling Competition which was organised on 11th October in the respective classrooms. The main aim of making our children play with clay is to develop their fine motor skills.
We take pride in creating an ambience of learning that invigorates and unfolds the true potential of every child. We call it “Praying and Paving way to excellence.” Students from class III to Class XI assembled along with their teachers for a special assembly which was organized by the Eagle House members. The aim of the assembly was to achieve the following goals :
The House Assembly helped in creating House spirit and foster healthy competition amongst different houses. Best Clean Class award was given away which enthused them with the spirit of cleanliness.
To bring forth a conscious thinking on the water crisis, a Poster Making Activity on ‘Conservation of Water’ was arranged for students of Class VII.
Inviting guest speakers is an amazing way to learn about a specific topic for the students in a unique way and open new doors for better career understanding.
Pre-primary section celebrated Navratri on 4th October’19.
It was celebrated with lot of enthusiasm in the school Auditorium from 9:30 to 10:30am.
The Hindu festival of Navratri is celebrated for 9 (nine) full days in almost every part of India. The Navratri festival honours the victory of Maa Durga. To educate children on this festival of Victory of good over evil, we celebrate this festival.
The students of J.H.Ambani School, Surat marked the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi by participating in plethora of competitions and activities organised from 28th September to 2nd october.
The aim of the mission being to motivate the young bright minds of the country towards a clean India, the key feature of the campaign was to ensure complete awareness about healthy sanitation, waste management, clean surroundings and hygiene facilities. The success of the event was the undeterred support of the Principal, creative involvement of enthusiastic teachers and enthusiastic participation of highly motivated students. The following activities were successfully conducted during these days:
PRE-PRIMARY and CLASSES I & II :
A spectacular exhibition was held on 28th September in the KG classrooms from 9.30 to 12 noon. The parents of the Pre- primary section and class I & II were the spectators. The exhibition showcased the cleanliness concepts in association with Swachh Bharat Mission. Furthering this mission were the highlights of the exhibition, which are as follows :
The visitors were highly impressed with the creative display of information, artistry and the efforts behind the exhibits. Journalism Club and Computer Club jointly helped in putting up the exhibition demonstrating organisational skills and team work.
III to V
Best out of Waste, Slogan Writing and Poem writing were conducted in these classes unveiling vivid creative expression on this noble mission.
VI to VII
Describing their commitment for future towards the cause of Cleaner India the students wrote 'Letter to Bapu'. This was meant to be befitting tribute to Mahatma Gandhi sensitizing the young minds towards their responsibities towards cleanliness and sanitation.
IX & X
What's a better way to pass on the social message than using the medium of performing arts? Aiming to motivate the adolescents to become active agents of healthy and sustainable living the secondary section students displayed one cat play on ' Cleanliness- the purest emblem of the mind.' The performances adorned with messages related to Cleaner India was a great success.
XI & XII
A panel discussion titled ' Cleanliness a practice not a project' brought into light the views of the young generation. Youth has an important role to play , a role of a binding force bringing together all age groups together and bring about a change and give India what it deserves, a clean and healthy future.
With such hopeful initiatives, we wish our school will be a 'clean and beautiful' place. In this direction , our school is marching ahead to prepare the students as responsible citizens of tomorrow's India.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan ...making India clean and more
The event was organised by SURAT MUNICIPAL CORPOATION for two days i.e. on 30th and 31st August'19.
The objective of organising the science exhibition was to promote the interest in the field of science and technology among younger generation, to inculcate a sense of pride in their own talent, to provide exploratory experiences, to encourage creative thinking and problem solving approach, developing appropriate technologies, integrating and applying science in daily life situations for the greater good.
Students of classes 8th to 12th were invited to participate and enrich their learning. 33 schools participated and 69 projects were displayed. Students started their day with an oath taking ceremony about protecting the mother nature and helping the society.
JHASV Students participated under following themes:-
1.Transport and communication
Title of the Project-
AERODYNAMIC VEHICULAR TRANSPORTING SYSTEM
(Smart Traffic Solution for Smart City)
Title of the Project-
(Fire Sensor and Extinguisher Robot)
Title of the project-
Application of 3-D objects
These students were guided and coordinated by the JHASV Science Club.
Mr. Bhargav Thakkar, an honorable member of ISRO presented a documentry film on the 150th birth anniversary of the founder of ISRO, Padma VibhushanVikram Sarabhai. Mementos and certificates were falicitated by the chief curator, Ms Bhamini Mahida and curator, Mr. Divyesh Gameti, to all the students and teacher incharges.
JHASV students' projects were much appreacited and applauded by all the visitors and teachers present at the centre. It was a successful and knowledge gaining and enriching experience for all the students.Overall, it was an exhilarating and innovative event.
Tree Plantation programme was organized for students to adopt plants and take care of them on a long term basis during their schooling years, to develop values and culture of responsible, committed and environmental conscious future citizens.
Principal Mr. S. Antonyraj inaugurated the programme by planting a sapling.
Four student representatives along with their class teacher planted saplings provided by Surat Municipal Corporation Garden dept.
Each class gave a special name to their plant and adopted them to create a long lasting bond and belongingness to the school campus. Each Class was facilitated by “Green Adoption Certificate” for their sensitive approach and inspiring actions.
The event was successfully conducted and appreciated. Students learned the importance and co-existence of life.
A Mock Parliament was organized for students of Class VIII based on the chapter “Why do we need a Parliament?”
The objective of the Mock Parliament was to make students understand the parliamentary proceedings and the working of the government.
The Class was divided into two groups – the Ruling Party and the Opposition. From allotting roles to Members of Parliament, deciding the agenda of the session, making Placards & Banners and organizing the Classroom setup – the students did it all! The Mock Parliament discussed Public issues and Bills were taken up.
It served as a platform to hone their organizing and debating skills.
The Investiture Ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly invested office bearers. With this profound thinking 84 students exuding immense leadership potential were chosen to be a part of the Student Council body .This was after a much sorted out scrutinous interviewing and selection.
Mr. Bhagvatsinh Vanaar (Police Inspector, Crime Branch, Surat) had graciously presided over the programme. Dr. Archita Joshi (Former Head Girl ) and Mr. A Dinesh Raj (Former Head Boy) were invited as the Guests of Honour to address the august gathering. Donning the mantle of accountability the new student council body pledged to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. The solemn occasion prevailed as the badges were pinned, and the certificates and the sashes were presented to the Head Boy & Head Girl, Prefects of various sections, the Executive Council Members, Captains & Vice Captains and Club Secretaries and Joint Secretaries by the Chief Guest and the Guests of Honour. Principal Dr.S. Anthony Raj addressed the leaders guiding them to follow the golden rules of successful leadership. Student Council Handbook briefing the vision, mission and the working of the JHASV Student Council was released for the first time during the function. Darsh Shani (XI Science A) and Nitya Menon (XI Commerce) were chosen as the Head Boy and the Head Girl respectively. The speech of Assurance by the Head Boy and Head Girl elect was the highlight of the programme. A special dance on leadership led to a beautiful closure to the programme.
In line with the philosophy of charity begins at home, the ‘Joy of Giving’ is an endeavour taken up by the Student council members going from class to class and motivating the students to contribute towards a noble cause. The contributions are used to help the sick and needy at orphanages, Leprosy Homes and old age centers.
Annual Exhibition 2018 – an avenue to articulate aspirations was held on 29th December 2018 in the school campus. Around 1370 students participated enthusiastically in this event. The exhibits were displayed in 50 different classrooms. Paintings and artefacts were displayed in the auditorium. Music Exhibition was put up in the auditorium, Sports equipment in the Multipurpose court and Dance Kingdom in the Play Area. Students from KG to class XI presented beautiful and creative models based on various subjects and topics they learnt in the class. They even demonstrated various experiments and presented their working models with a brief explanation. They focused on topics like Sustainability, Smart city, Culture & Heritage , Scientific Wonders , Linguistic innovation , Drama & Declamation and many more.
The Annual Sports Day provides avenues for all students to recognize and realize their sportsman spirit through various sporting activities organised throughout the year. Various athletic events were organized wherein the students participated enthusiastically. The day ended with prize distribution ceremony.
21st July 2018 marked the formal announcement of conferring titles to the newly elected Students Council at JHASV Campus and thus reasserted the belief that the reigns of maintaining a disciplined environment has been entrusted in competent hands.
Daivat Patel of class XI Science was appointed as the School Head Boy and Nikki Mehta of class XI Science was appointed as the School Head Girl. This was followed by the appointment of special executive council members, captains and vice captains of four houses and 11 club Secretaries.
The day was commemorated bringing forth a solemn promise for the new Student Council that got ready for anointment after a rigorous selection process.
The meritorious and the deserving students who have consistently showcased their skill and competence during the course of an academic session were awarded in the Annual award ceremony under various categories like best orator, singer, dancer, writer, quiz master etc.
The outgoing batch of class XII received blessings from teachers and mentors on this day to attain successful results. The entire ceremony was hosted to boost confidence of students and bring inspiration, solace and peace of mind while appearing for board examination.