Co-Curricular 22 Jun, 2024

World Music Day

World Music Day was celebrated with a diverse and captivating program featuring talented students showcasing their musical abilities and passion for the arts. The programme began with an insightful speech on the transformative power of music in education, delivered by Tarunashree Nomula student of class VIII. Tanashri Gabhane, class IX rendered a classical vocal song the Bada Khayal in Rag Yaman Kalyan, displaying her mastery of techniques. Atharv Wanjari, class VIII, mesmerised the audience with his Solo Tabla performance in Teental.On the occasion, the music Teacher, Mr Dhiraj Khatkhede, spoke about the profound impact of music on personal development and its importance in holistic education. Principal, Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav appreciated the talent of the young performers and motivated the assembly of students to pursue their passion along with academics.Participants of the Kalakriti Singing Event 2024, were honoured by handing over the certificates in recognition of their outstanding contributions and achievements in the event.

The program concluded with a soulful Marathi Abhang in Rag Bhairavi by the students of classes IV and VI.

Co-Curricular 21 Jun, 2024

10th International Yoga Day Celebration

10th International Yoga Day was celebrated with enthusiasm and vigour at School. This year’s theme, Yoga for Women Empowerment aimed to educate students about the natural benefits of yoga.The celebration commenced with a special assembly organized on the school ground. Tanishka Vaidya, Class X highlighted the significance and importance of International Yoga Day, emphasizing its relevance in daily life. Principal, Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav, addressed the gathering, highlighting the importance of yoga and the significance of the day. One of the highlights of the event was the mass Surya Namaskar performed by both students and staff. The celebration concluded with the singing of the National Anthem. The event not only celebrated the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of yoga but also inspired students to incorporate yoga practices into their daily lives. 

Academics 8 Jun, 2024

Annual Professional Development Programme

The Annual Professional Development Programme for the staff was conducted from 3rd to 8th June 2024. The theme of this year’s programme was Holistic Approach to Education.The programme, inaugurated by Principal Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav, featured an extensive range of sessions designed to empower educators with essential skills and insights.A series of sessions included crucial topics such as Classroom Management, Enhancing Learning through Metacognition, Art Integrated Learning, Different components of the MICM school software, Designing TLM, National Curriculum Framework for the Foundational Stage, Physical Fitness in Day-to-Day Life and Theatre-Based Teaching.The week long programme concluded with a reflective Valedictory Session conducted on 8th June 2024 where participants shared their insights and experiences gained throughout the sessions. Principal, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav commended the resource persons for their efforts and expressed his gratitude to the staff for their active participation and dedication to professional growth.The Annual Professional Development Programme exemplified the school’s commitment to equipping educators with the knowledge and skills to create enriching learning environments and foster student success.

Co-Curricular 5 Jun, 2024

World Environment Day

World Environment Day is celebrated every year on 5th June to bring together millions of people across the globe to protect and restore the Earth.To mark this day, students of classes III to X participated in a series of creative activities focused on land degradation and pollution. These activities aimed to raise awareness about environmental issues and encourage sustainable practices.Students were assigned a set of tasks that emphasized and highlighted the themes of land restoration, desertification, and drought resistance. Students wrote riddles, poems, articles, reports, formal letters, drew collages, and crafted art related to the theme.Teachers took part in a plantation activity to propagate afforestation and create awareness of the preservation of our natural resources.Through this programme students and teachers developed a deeper understanding of environmental challenges and the role they can play in fostering a sustainable future.

Co-Curricular 23 Apr, 2024

English Language Day

English Language Day was celebrated with fervor and enthusiasm in a special assembly. This date holds significance as it marks both the birth and death anniversary of the legendary playwright, William Shakespeare. Students of classes I to XII participated in the event, showcasing their appreciation for the English language and its rich literary tradition. Various activities like biography reading of William Shakespeare, poem recitation, speech and amazing facts related to English Language and Shakespeare were aptly performed by the students. Sarthak Sahoo, class VIII recited one of the famous poems of the Bard, Seven Ages which was dramatized by the students of classes VI to X. Mohit Dolas, class X, delivered a riveting rendition of Mark Antony's speech from Julius Caesar with eloquence and passion capturing the essence of Antony's persuasive oration. Ruhil Dangre, class IX, cast a spotlight on the illustrious figure of William Shakespeare. Mr N B Kazi, the Head of the English Department, shared enlightening insights into the life and literary contributions of William Shakespeare. The event was compered by Akshara Kannake, a student of class X. The programme concluded with a reflective speech given by the Principal, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav who highlighted the importance of English language.

Co-Curricular 22 Apr, 2024

Earth Day Celebration

Earth day was celebrated through a special assembly in the school. The programme began with a melodious rendition of poem by Apurva Manhole and Krutika Lichade, the students of class IV. Their recitation paid a touching tribute to the vital role that trees play in sustaining life on Earth and preserving the beauty of our natural environment. Anushka Fating, class X discussed the power of small changes, such as reducing plastic use, conserving energy, and advocating for environmental policies, in making a positive difference. Ms Rucha Chaudhary, Head of Department, Science, imparted her wisdom and insights on the significance of the day. Academic Coordinator, Ms Sunita Sharma threw light on Planet vs Plastic, the theme of Earth Day 2024, which emphasises the critical nature of protecting the environment and conserving the natural resources, while also spot lighting the importance of shifting towards sustainable and renewable energy sources. She urged the students to use plastic in a justified manner and encouraged them to go for eco-friendly items. The programme concluded with singing of National Anthem.

Co-Curricular 15 Apr, 2024

World Art Day

To mark the birth anniversary of the famous artist, Leonardo da Vinci, who is regarded as one of the greatest artists of all time, World Art Day was celebrated in a special assembly in the school. On the occasion, students presented the amazing facts, thought for the day and speeches. Class IX students disseminated the facts about importance of art and artists. Ms Manjusha Sakharkar, the Art & Craft teacher delivered a speech about the significance of the event and the correlation of Arts with day-to-day life. Students of all classes paid visit to the wall painting site. The Art club members of classes VI to X took up the activity of wall painting based on 15 different Indian Folk-Art forms like the Madhubani Painting, Miniature Painting, Warli Painting, Pattachitra painting, etc. Towards the end of the programme, Principal, Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav, addressed the students by sharing his insights on the importance of Art and its relevance in different disciplines in the academics and career building.

Academics 22 Mar, 2024

Graduation Day

Kindergarten graduation serves as a memorable moment for both the children and their families, marking the beginning of a lifelong journey of growth, discovery, and academic achievement. Graduation Day was conducted for the UKG students. Principal, Academic Coordinator, Head of Administration, Pre-primary staff, and parents of UKG students attended the programme. The graduation ceremony began with citation reading by the class teacher. Each citation, portraying the unique qualities and traits of the students, brought joy to the smiling faces of the little ones and their proud parents. Principal, Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav, adorned the little graduates with convocation caps as Chief Guest.
The tiny tots enthusiastically showcased their year-long learning through various engaging activities, including reading small sentences, creating objects using shape cut-outs, delivering talks on different topics, and reciting poems. Ms. Sunita Sharma, the Academic Coordinator, emphasized the journey of the young students and their development in the foundational stage. She also shared several strategies for enhancing reading skills with parents.The Principal extended heartfelt compliments to the young graduates for their achievements and applauded the dedicated efforts of the teachers in making the event truly memorable. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks delivered by Ms Nandita Mukherjee, the Pre-primary teacher.

Co-Curricular 24 Feb, 2024

Marathi Bhasha Diwas

Marathi Bhasha Diwas is observed to commemorate the birth anniversary of the popular Marathi poet, Vishnu Vaman Shirwadkar, also known as Kavi Kusumagraj on 27th February all over Maharashtra. The day was celebrated in the special assembly. The event was marked by enthusiastic participation from students and teachers who delivered talks on the importance of the Marathi language, its cultural heritage and its importance in the realm of arts and literature. Students Vedika Hingankar, class III, Vaidehi Fandi, class VII and Kristy Nannore, class III declaimed the prominent social workers of Maharashtra like Jijamata, Bahinabai Choudhary and Sindhutai Sapkal, respectively. Trisha Tale, class III, Arohi Joshi, class V, Manas Bhajne, class III and Anaya Burde, class III and Srishti Sawant, class VII added charm to the program by elaborating on the work and contribution of Kavi Kusumagraj to the Marathi language through their speeches. The Principal and Academic Coordinator emphasized the significance of the Marathi language in education and various other fields through their addresses. The programme concluded with the rendition of Marathi Raj Bhasha Gourav Geet by the school choir.

Co-Curricular 23 Feb, 2024

Grandparents' Day Celebration

Grandparents' Day was celebrated for the Pre-primary students. The aim of the event was to inculcate respect for elders and impart moral values among young learners. Tiny tots Sara Hatwar, Sanvi Pattanayak, Kavya Gawande and Urvi Mathanikar gave heartfelt greetings through their animated speeches to mark the beginning of the programme. It was followed by the rendition of a welcome song put up by the choir of UKG. Washington Singha, a student of UKG recited a poem, Dada Dadi ke pyare hai, hum unke raj dulare hai while Selvi Somkuwar narrated a story emphasising the importance of reverence for Grandparents. The children’s unique dance performance to the upbeat song, Dadi Amma, Dadi Amma, Maan jao was the highlight of the celebration. Grandparents enjoyed the day by participating in fun-filled activities like matching numbers, bombing the city, and a few one-minute games. Shri Arun Sapkal, Shri Sukhdev Sonekar, Smt Sunita Veergandham, Smt Pushpa Jani, and Smt Laxmi Bokade, the beloved Grandparents shared their cherished childhood memories with the children. The gathering continued during the refreshment time, where Grandparents and children bonded over snacks and drinks. It was a joyous moment of connection and shared laughter. Ms Sunita Sharma, the academic coordinator, expressed her sincere gratitude to the Grandparents for their engaged involvement. In his reflections on the significance of the joyous event, Principal Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav acknowledged the crucial role grandparents play in shaping the younger generation. At the end of the programme, the winners of the fun games were awarded with a token of appreciation each.

Co-Curricular 10 Feb, 2024

Farewell Ceremony

The school bid adieu to the outgoing class XII students through a farewell ceremony. The Principal, staff and students of classes XI and XII attended the programme. The ceremony commenced with a symbolic ritual of lighting the lamp accompanied by singing of Saraswati Vandana. A moment of reflection unfolded as the citations, highlighting the strengths of the outgoing class XII students were read out by the class teachers. Class XII students, through their speeches expressed gratitude and shared fond memories. They reminisced about their academic journey and expressed their hopes for the future before bidding farewell to their beloved school. As tokens of appreciation and remembrance, class XI students presented thoughtful gifts to their departing peers from class XII. The musical interlude created a harmonious atmosphere, resonating with the emotions of the farewell, as choir of class XI presented a soulful Hindi song based on friendship dedicated to their seniors. Academic Coordinator and teachers encapsulated the essence of the students' academic journey through their speeches. Principal acknowledged the hard work, and growth demonstrated by the class XII students. He emphasized the importance of resilience and lifelong learning through his speech. Towards the end of the program, interactive games fostering laughter and fun were organised for the outgoing students. Students of class XI, Shrutika Dhanjode, Kushal Jain and Tarunya Lorokar compered the ceremony while Bhagyashri Dahare proposed a formal vote of thanks.

Co-Curricular 26 Jan, 2024

Republic Day Celebration

75th Republic Day was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm. The ceremony took place in the presence of the Chief Guest of the day Mr. Chetan Tarare, Chairman School Management Committee, Mouda, Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav, Principal, Ms Sunita Sharma, Academic Coordinator, Mr Shyam Kale, Admin Head, staff, and students. The event commenced with the unfurling of the tri-colour by the Chief Guest accompanied by the National Anthem that resonated across the school premises. Patriotic songs, students’ speeches and poetry recitations imparted the patriotic fervour among the audience. The choir group aroused the feeling of love and brotherhood among the audience by their melodious presentation Bharat Janani Jaan Se Pyari. Swara Motghare of class VI and Akruti Sonalkar of UKG spoke about the glory and valour of the motherland and appealed for maintaining the unity and integrity of the nation through their speeches on the occasion. Vedika Rathod of LKG recited a Hindi patriotic poem that kindled the spirit of nationalism. On this occasion, winners of the various Olympiads were felicitated at the hands of the Chief Guest for their meritorious achievements. During his remarks, the Principal encouraged the students to remain committed to their goals and dreams and urged them to contribute to the nation's well-being by acting with courage, discipline, and dedication. The Chief Guest in his address highlighted the significance of the day and made the children aware of the remarkable development of the Nation. The programme concluded with singing of the National Song.

Co-Curricular 12 Jan, 2024

Annual Day Celebration-2023-24 Folk-A-Thon

Folk-A-Thon, the Annual Day 2023 was celebrated with much pomp and show in the school ground. Mr. Harssh Poddar, Superintendent of Police, Nagpur-Disctrict, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The ceremony was also adorned by other esteemed luminaries, Mr. Deepak Agarwal, IPS probationary, Nagpur, Mr. Chetan Tarare, Chairman, School Management Committee, Dr. Bibhuti, and Mr. Sachin Sharma, the members of Reliance Foundation Schools, Academic Council accompanied by Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, the Principal. After the floral welcoming of the guests, the lamp lighting ceremony was performed by the Chief Guest and the other dignitaries. Principal presented a brief annual report on the notable achievements of the school, students and staff which have brought glory to the school. Winners of the National level competitions were felicitated at the hands of the Chief Guest. To begin with, the school choir presented the welcome song by singing a Qawwali that set the mood of the audience. The scintillating dances by students were greeted with thunderous applause by the audience. The theme ‘folk culture of India’ was aptly exhibited by the students through their exquisite dance performances and skits which covered the diverse art forms of India. Students of different class group put up variety folk dances that included the Lambadi of Andhra Pradesh, the Bihu of Odisha, Kantara of Karnataka, Chhau of West Bengal, Sambhalpuri of Odisha, Theythakka of Kerala, Bhangara of Punjab, Lawani of Maharashtra, Kalbelia of Rajsthan, Nati-Pahadi of Himachal, Rauf of Jammu-Kashmir and the Garba of Gujrat. The highlight of the show was a skit in English based on the plight of the educated unemployed folks which was well appreciated by the audience. Chief Guest Mr. Harssh Poddar, through his speech, congratulated the school for being the trailblazer and setting high-levels of educational standards despite the students being coming from the rural areas in particular. The graceful compering of the event by the students of classes VIII and IX in English, Hindi and Marathi languages respectively added charm to the mega event. The programme culminated with Vote of thanks followed by the National Anthem.

Co-Curricular 10 Jan, 2024

Vishwa Hindi Diwas Celebration

Vishwa Hindi Diwas was celebrated in a special assembly. Students passionately expressed their love for the language through poem recitations, speeches, and insightful biography reading of the great Hindi literary figures like Munshi Premchand and Mahadevi Verma. Teachers expounded the significance of the celebration of Vishwa Hindi Diwas through their speeches. This event not only celebrated the linguistic diversity of Hindi but also emphasized its global significance. The assembly instilled a sense of cultural pride and highlighted the universal appeal of Hindi literature, fostering a deeper connection with the language among students. On the occasion, Principal, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav felicitated the winners of the first round of the International Hindi Olympiad 2023.

Co-Curricular 22 Dec, 2023

Christmas day

The Pre-primary section embraced the joyous spirit of December and the birth of Jesus Christ by celebrating Christmas with a lovely show. The theme of love, care and universal brotherhood was aptly conveyed by children decked out in brilliant- red clothing and carrying red fruits in their tiffin for Christmas feast. Dhanvi Swain of UKG gave the opening speech of the event, discussing the festival customs that are observed worldwide. A joyous mood filled the air as Sanvi Pattanayak of UKG supported by the Primary class chorus, sung the well-known Christmas carol Jingle Bell-Jingle Bell. The audience erupted in cheers when Gaurav Godbole, a student in class VIII, rode in as Santa Claus. Teachers gave remarks at the end of the event to elaborate upon the significance of the festival.

Academics 20 Dec, 2023

Session on Financial Literacy

With an aim to create awareness about financial planning and the use of digital tools that are relevant in the current scenario, a session on Financial Literacy was organized for the teachers. The workshop was a component of the CBSE's effort to strengthen financial literacy among the educators. Seventy teachers from three CBSE schools- Bhavans Bhartiya Vidya Mandir NTPC, Mouda, St. Rossello's School, Mathani, along with the host school participated in the session. Mr. Siddhant Agarwal, Training Consultant and Financial Planner, Nagpur guided the assembly of teachers on the basics of financial planning. Teachers were educated on the significance of budgeting and taking smart financial decisions. Mr. Siddhant Agarwal shared his expertise on financial investments and steered the teachers on prudent investment strategies in Mutual Funds via SIPs, the National Pension Scheme, Gold Sovereign Plans, Equity market, long-term and short-term investment plans, etc. Teachers were also informed about the avenues available for addressing financial grievances related to mutual funds. Mr. Siddhant Agarwal recommended approaching the bank ombudsman for resolution in case of any complaints, ensuring a systematic and transparent process. He expounded on ways to calculate the financial needs required for a comfortable post-retirement life during his analytical presentation. He also addressed the threats of cyber frauds and phishing. Teachers were provided with essential insights and precautions while dealing with offers of investments, insurance plans, etc. Towards the end of the session teachers posed their queries pertaining to types of investments, tax regimes, etc.

Academics 30 Nov, 2023

Mathematics for Life

A session on Mathematics for Life was conducted for the students of classes VI to IX. Dr Chandramouli Joshi, Chairman, All India Ramanujan Math Club, Government of India popularly known as Ganit Saint of India, guided the students as resource person. He presented simple yet entertaining exercises like three-digit multiplication, magic squares, puzzles, etc. Through a series of interactive exercises and examples, he demystified the connection between mathematics and daily tasks in human life. Dr Chandramouli Joshi encouraged students to avoid rote memorizing of mathematical knowledge by emphasizing speed calculation. During the workshop, students were able to quickly solve multiplication problems and higher order thinking skills calculations with the aid techniques taught by Dr Chandramouli Joshi. The method not only made the problem easy to solve but encouraged creativity and analytical skills in students. Students actively participated and enjoyed the hour-long session.

Academics 23 Nov, 2023

Seeking Admission in a Deemed University

A Career counselling session on the topic Seeking Admission in a Deemed University was conducted for the students of class IX to XII. Ms Alisha Rumde, the Regional Manager, Ahmedabad University guided the students as a resource person. Highlighting the importance of selection of the right combinations and disciplines to pursue while seeking admission in colleges, Ms.Alisha Rumde informed the students about courses and opportunities available to them outside of the engineering and medical fields. Students were also made aware of the fundamental distinction between liberal arts and liberal education. For their thorough orientation, she advised the students to visit the Ahmadabad University campus while providing them with details on the scholarships and funds the university provides. Rani Fandi of class X steered the introduction of the resource person while Ayan Khan, also from class X, proposed the vote of thanks.

Academics 23 Nov, 2023

RSC Traveling Exhibition at School

The school hosted a traveling exhibition called Vaccines Injecting Hope in association with the Raman Science Centre, Nagpur. Students from classes I to XII attended the two days’ event. A group of twenty-three student volunteers from class X were led by Mr. Tushar Madke, the educational trainer and head of Raman Science Centre team. The information was thereafter disseminated by the student volunteers to the visiting students. The mobile laboratory was surrounded by educational placards on the school ground. The display captured the behind-the-scenes activity that went along with a vaccine's quick development, production, transport, and delivery while outlining the scientific concepts underlying its creation and efficacy. Day two saw the organization of the Liquid Nitrogen Show in the Club House. The RSC team conducted fascinating tests demonstrating the remarkable qualities of liquid nitrogen before concluding the programme.

Co-Curricular 8 Nov, 2023

Diwali Celebration

The school held a special assembly to commemorate the significance of the festival of Light- Diwali and the triumph of good over evil. Students performed songs that captured the spirit of the festival, a celebration of goodness and life. Students discoursed the importance of the festival and the reasons behind and details of Diwali celebrations throughout India in their speeches. They went into further detail about the festival's applicability to everyday life and several academic disciplines, including languages, science, math, and social science. Principal Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav used the occasion to teach the students about sharing in the joy of the celebration in addition to explaining the meaning of the festivity and how good has always prevailed over evil. During the Diya Decoration and Lantern Making competitions held on this occasion, the students demonstrated the spirit of Diwali. Participants in the competition were students from classes I to V. Students created about 250 beautiful lanterns and decorative diyas which were displayed for the entire school to see on this special day. During the Diwali celebration, the school looked festive with lanterns and diyas lining the campus.

Academics 3 Nov, 2023

A visit to Career Fair

Students of classes XI and XII attended Career Fair that was held at Modern School, Koradi, Nagpur. Participants in the fair were XI and XII graders from seven different schools in Nagpur. Together with participation from national and international organizations, many universities organized a Seminar that was followed by a Career Fair. Bringing together prospective students and employers was the goal of the fair. In order to provide students with comprehensive information about the courses, their eligibility, fees, and admission requirements, etc. brochures and details about their programs were made available at each university information booth. The universities also hosted panel discussions that covered opportunities and trends in several disciplines, as well as interactive workshops on a range of career-related issues. The career fair was a huge success as it helped prospective students connect with organizations that provide a variety of training and employment options. As a result, students will be better prepared to make decisions about their future by having a thorough understanding of career pathways.

Academics 1 Nov, 2023

A workshop on Fort Making

A workshop on fort making was conducted for classes VII, VIII, and IX. The purpose of the event was to increase students’ knowledge of Maharashtra's forts while also encouraging their creativity, imagination, and sense of collaboration. As a resource person, Mr. Atul Guru, a well-known Fort Artist in Nagpur who goes by the nickname Kille Guru, led the session. The Kille Guru was honoured by Principal Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav with a memento.
Mr. Atul Guru elaborated upon the history of fort construction in Maharashtra, including notable examples like Chhatrapati Shivaji, the founder of the Maratha kingdom, who built forts like Sindhudurg and Pratapgad. He not only taught the pupils about the origins, history, and importance of building forts, but also about the three main kinds of forts: Jal, Sthal, and Gir forts. His group of volunteers used the mud, stones, pebbles, etc. to construct a model fort during the session. The workshop effectively utilized the participants' passion and expertise to assist them in organizing and carrying out the construction of forts as an activity.

Co-Curricular 31 Oct, 2023

National Unity Day Celebration

To mark the 148th birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, National Unity Day also called as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas was celebrated through a special assembly. The event commenced with the students taking a solemn pledge of their dedication to the cause of national unity and echoing the futuristic vision of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. Following the pledge, an enthusiastic run took place under the guidance of Principal, Hari Prasad Vaishnav in which students and teachers displayed their enthusiastic participation. The event disseminated the message of national unity and integration.

Academics 21 Oct, 2023

Opportunities in Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)

Alumni Interaction Session was conducted for the students of classes X, XI and XII. Dr. Ishita Jaiswal, MDS, Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics conducted the session. The objective of the session was to provide students with valuable information about medical and dental programs, helping them make informed decisions about their future careers and about admission process of Bachelors in Medicine and Dental Surgery in particular.
The program commenced with an overview of the MBBS and BDS programs. Besides explaining the key differences between MBBS and BDS the speaker discussed the eligibility criteria for admission, entrance exams and the selection process. The speaker expounded the essential personal qualities and skills required for pursuing career in medicine or dentistry. Students were encouraged to explore and consider the other areas of medicine where Entrance Test is not required for pursuing careers like Physiotherapist, Biotechnologist, etc. Students posed their queries towards the end of the session.

Academics 12 Oct, 2023

Visit to Raman Science Centre

With an objective to provide students to broaden their scientific knowledge and stimulate their curiosity about the world of science and technology, an educational tour to Raman Science Centre was organised for the students of classes IX, X and XII. Students explored and witnessed various science related shows, activities, exhibitions etc. during their visit. They also collected data on the climate, marine life, and species of both aquatic and non-aquatic animals. Students learned important facts about the corona virus's creators and researchers from the Covid-19 vaccination exhibition. Students received essential information regarding constellations, astronomical bodies, and universe wonders.
During their all-day excursion, students saw the Science on a Sphere Show Planetarium, watched a 3-D movie, interacted with working models, explored science exhibits, and participated in a vaccination quiz. The study tour gave the students a chance to learn and acquire important knowledge outside of the classroom.

Co-Curricular 14 Sep, 2023

Pola Celebration

Pola is one of the most celebrated festivals of rural Maharashtra. The celebration was held for the students of Pre- Primary section. The program started with the inauguration of Nandi exhibition. Students exhibited their exquisitely decorated wooden oxen symbolic to the Pola Celebration. Various activities like singing songs, Dance, recitations, and the traditional Nandi Race were conducted for the students on the occasion. Teachers explained about the importance and significance of the festival through their speeches. The traditional Nandi Race conducted at the end of the programme remained the highlight of the event.

Co-Curricular 6 Sep, 2023

Janmashtami Celebration

Janmashtami Celebration was held in the Pre-primary section. On the occasion, programmes like singing songs recitation of Shlokas and Bhajans were performed by the tiny-tots. Children dressed in traditional outfits resembled Lord Krishna and Radha. Teachers, through their discourse, narrated the history of Krishna Janmashtami, the story of Lord Krishna and the Govardhan Parvat, etc. Children danced on the tunes of Janmashtami song much gaya shor sari nagri re which made the Janmashtami celebration an enjoyable one. Dahi Handi, was organised towards the end of the programme.

Co-Curricular 5 Sep, 2023

Teachers’ Day

With an objective to acknowledge the contribution of teachers and inculcate a sense of reverence in the minds of students, Teachers' Day was celebrated in the school in a special assembly. The Principal, teachers and students paid rich tribute to the portrait of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the former President and an educationist of India whose birth anniversary is observed as the Teachers’ Day in India. A series of cultural programmes which included citations and greeting cards distribution to the teachers, recreational-games followed by the self-discipline programme was conducted. Students conducted the entertaining games like Passing the Parcel and Treasure Hunt for teachers. Students felicitated every member of the teaching and non-teaching staff with a greeting card on this occasion. Students of classes X, XI and XII conducted the classes by becoming the replica teachers that concluded the Teachers’ Day celebration in the school.

Sports & Games 29 Aug, 2023

National Sports Day

National Sports Day is celebrated in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of the hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand. With an aim to promote sportsmanship, unity, and physical fitness among the students while paying homage to the remarkable contributions of the hockey legend of India, the National Sports Day was held with much zeal and enthusiasm in the school. Various sports competitions were organized for the students of classes LKG to XII. These included running races like the German Relay, Balancing the Ball, Tunnel Race, Three Legged Race and games like Tug of War and Cricket. Head Boy, Ayan Khan through his speech highlighted the importance of Sports in day to day life. Sanjana Joshi, a student of Class XII, in her speech, threw light on the life of Major Dhyan Chand. In his address, Principal, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav exhorted the students to understand the values like unity, sportsmanship, and the invaluable life lessons to be derived from Major Dhyan Chand's inspiring journey of success. The winners were felicitated by the Principal which concluded the event.

Co-Curricular 15 Aug, 2023

Independence Day

77th Independence Day of India was celebrated with patriotic fervour. Mr Chetan Tarare, Chairman School Management Committee hoisted the Tri-colour as the Chief Guest. This was followed by the singing of National Anthem. Principal, Academic Coordinator, staff and students attended the solemn ceremony. The entire school premise was decked with vibrant bulletin boards, charts and festoons. An array of cultural programme that included speeches in English and Hindi, Mime, Group Dances, Patriotic Songs and Declamations was held to mark the day. A synchronized display of Yoga by the students, reflected their indomitable spirit and love for the nation. A medley of patriotic song by the orchestra group of class VIII and IX students remained the highlight of the day. Students played fusion songs using various instruments like table, dholak, djembe, congo, harmonium, flute, keyboard, etc.
On this occasion, students attaining their 100% class-room attendance in the Academic Year 2022-23 and academic achievers were felicitated at the hands of the Chief Guest.
In his address, the Chief Guest acclaimed the students and teachers for putting up a disciplined show and urged the youngsters to contribute to the society through their sincere efforts. The principal, in his speech reminded the students of the invaluable works of freedom fighters on the occasion. The programme concluded with the singing of National Song.

Co-Curricular 15 Jul, 2023

Investiture Ceremony

Investiture Ceremony for the session 2023-24 was conducted in a solemn ceremony. The Student Council comprising House Captains, Vice-captains, Sports captains and the Club Captains is elected based on students’ academic excellence and involvement in the school activities. The ceremony began with the head count of the council members by the newly elected Head Boy. The Principal and Academic Coordinator conferred the Sashes and pinned up Badges to the newly elected cabinet members. Ayan Khan, Head Boy and Rani Fandi, Head Girl led the oath-taking ceremony. The Principal administered  oath of allegiance to the council members who pledged to embody and uphold the ideals of the School. Followed was the acceptance speeches delivered by the Head Boy and the Head Girl. Principal, in his address urged the Student Council to perform its duties with utmost sincerity and ethos. He also motivated the younger students to emulate their seniors and dream for such accomplishments in future. The programme concluded with the National Anthem.

Academics 15 Jul, 2023

Session on Mental Health for Youngsters

An educative session on the topic Mental health for Youngsters was conducted for the students on 15 July, 2023. Ms. Rashida Amreliwala, Clinical Psychologist, Alexis Hospital and Ms. Shabih Lodhi, Director K S Global Education, both from Nagpur guided the assembly of students as resource persons. inculcate the importance of mental health in the students. The objective of the programme was to motivate and inspire students to harness their mental health alongside inculcating the importance of mental health in their day to day life. Students were made aware of the different aspects of mental health issues, its impact on routine life and implications on wellbeing, etc. The resource persons also put across the remedies and precautions to deal with the triggers of mental health. During the interactive session, students were informed about the ways to overcome overthinking and avoid stress and overcome low self-esteem, the abuses of bullying in and outside the school etc. About 80 students from classes IX, XI & XII attended the session.

Co-Curricular 6 Jul, 2023

Smriti Diwas

A solemn and commemorative assembly to observe Smriti Diwas, the death anniversary of Shri Dhirubhai Ambani ji, the founder of Reliance Industries Limited, was conducted in the school. The event was aimed to educate the students about the life and legacy of Shri Dhirubhai Ambani ji and to inspire them with his entrepreneurial spirit. Principal, Hari Prasad Vaishnav garlanded the portrait. In his speech, the Principal elaborated upon the life journey of Shri Dhirubhai Ambani ji and emphasized his unwavering determination, innovative mindset, and never-give-up attitude, encouraging the students to imbibe these qualities in their own lives. Inspirational speeches, sharing anecdotes and insights from Shri Dhirubhai Ambani's life were delivered by the students on the occasion.

Co-Curricular 3 Jul, 2023

Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima is a celebration that marks the birth anniversary of Guru Ved Vyasa, a revered figure in Hindu mythology. The programme organized in the school to commemorate this occasion was filled with zeal and enthusiasm. The event began with a soulful Prayer Song, which set a serene and spiritual ambiance followed by the chanting of Saraswati Vandana. Students presented group songs, recited Sanskrit shlokas and delivered speeches where they spoke about the importance of teachers and gurus in guiding and shaping their lives. As a tradition, students revered their gurus by putting Tilak and sought blessings from them towards the end of the programme.

Co-Curricular 30 Jun, 2023

Earthen Pot Painting competition

As a part of CCA activity, an inter-house Earthen Pot Painting Competition was conducted for classes VI and VII. The objective of the event was to allow students to recognize and develop their creativity, enjoy and appreciate colours, objects and to encourage them to explore their unique relationship with visual art through activities. Students showed enthusiasm and creativity while engaging in the Pot Painting Competition, making the activity lively and enjoyable. The Eagles House and the Falcons House bagged the First Positions in class VI and VII categories respectively.

Sports & Games 21 Jun, 2023

Yoga Day

9th International Yoga Day was celebrated in the school. The celebration was a part of the global commemoration efforts of International Day of Yoga initiated by the Government of India. The students and staff explored and enjoyed the bliss of doing yoga and realized its importance in life through their enthusiastic participation in the programme. Under the guidance of sports teacher, they learnt how to stay, flexible, calm and develop the physical and mental strength through different Yoga Asana like Suryanamaskara, Pranayam, Padmasan, Vajrasan, Tadasan etc. Principal, Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav, through his speech, enlightened the students on the significance of Yoga in day-to-day life.

Co-Curricular 24 Apr, 2023

English Language day

To commemorate, the birth and death anniversary of William Shakespeare which falls on April 23rd, English Language day was celebrated in a special assembly. Students of class VI and VIII attended programme organized in the school Multi Purpose Hall on 24th April 2023. Various activities related to William Shakespeare and Evolution of English Language were aptly performed by the students. The activities included the biography reading, poem recitation, speech and amazing facts, etc. Parth Sahu, class VIII recited one of the famous poems of the Bard, Seven Ages while Ruhil Dangre, Class VIII shared the amazing facts. Teachers threw light on the life and works of William Shakespeare and urged the students to cultivate good reading habits and learn to appreciate the literature. Principal, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, highlighted the importance of English language, its evolution and transformation through the times in his short speech. Rani Fandi, Class X compered the programme.

Co-Curricular 15 Apr, 2023

World Art Day

World Art Day was celebrated on 15th April 2023 in a special assembly. The activities based on Art like Amazing Facts, Thought for the Day, Sanskrit Shloka and a Speech were put up by the students. The information on the importance of Art and its connection with 15th April was shared through the introductory commentary. A thought-provoking Speech based on the theme Art is Good for Health was delivered by Art teacher Mrs Manjusha Sakharkar. Class IX students disseminated the facts about famous art and artists. A canvas was arranged on the stage to unleash the artists’ hidden talent and creativity where the students of grade I to X drew and painted their thoughts through their imaginative art work producing a beautiful Kalakruti which concluded the programme.

Co-Curricular 24 Mar, 2023

Graduation Day Ceremony

Graduation Day was conducted for the Pre-primary students on 24th March 2023. The objective of the programme was to applaud the young enthusiastic students of the Pre-primary section for their commendable performance and to greet them for their entry to the formal schooling. The ceremony was attended by the parents and students of the Pre-Primary section and teachers. Principal, Hari Prasad Vaishnav lighted the lamp as the Chief Guest. Followed was the welcome address by Academic Co-ordinator, Sunita Sharma in which she highlighted the journey of the tiny-tots and their steady progression in the school. UKG students adorning the convocation caps and sashes gave a delightful sight to behold. Citations, describing each student with titles and qualities added charm to the programme. The smiling faces of the little students donning caps as they mounted the dais, were cheered by the rapturous applause of the parents. Principal, in his speech, complimented the little graduates on their achievements and shared some important tips on the healthy nurturing with the assembly of parents and teachers. The UKG students received Graduation Certificates towards the end of the programme.

Co-Curricular 25 Feb, 2023

Marathi Diwas Celebration

Marathi Bhasha Diwas is celebrated every year on 27th February to commemorate the birth anniversary of renowned Marathi Poet V.V. Shirwadkar, better known as Kusumagraj. The focus of the celebration of Marathi Diwas was to promote the importance of the official language of the Maharashtra state. A special assembly was conducted by the students of class III and IV on 27th February. To begin with, students recited the Marathi Gaurav Geet of poet Suresh Bhat. Followed was the presentation of rhythmic Table Recitation in Marathi language, the age-old practice of the native learners. Various speeches highlighting the rich culture and heritage of the Marathi language were presented by the students. Ms. Shalaka Joshi, the teacher elaborated the importance of Marathi as a mother tongue in her speech. Principal, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, through his address, disseminated the significance of local languages and urged the students to incorporate the state language into their day to day communication, reading and writing. The programme concluded with poetry recitation by the students of class III.

Academics 14 Feb, 2023

Farewell to class XII students

Farewell programme was conducted for the outgoing batch of class XII on 14th February, 2023. The Function began with the lighting of Lamp and garlanding of the portrait of Goddess Saraswati which symbolizes light and knowledge. Followed was the singing of rhythmic shloka by the choir and the Citations reading for class XII students. On the occasion, class XI students presented a melodious theme song that set the nostalgic mood. Ayush Mishra and Divyani Khandait of class XII shared their thoughts that revealed the glorious journey of their school days. A few teachers, through their discourse, expressed their views and conveyed the best wishes to the students for their upcoming board exams. Co-ordinator, Sunita Sharma urged the students to keep their morale high, succeed in whichever fields they venture and return to their Alma Matter as an Alumni. Principal, Hari Prasad Vaishnav motivated the students by sharing an anecdote. Class XII students were given a token of love as a gift.

Co-Curricular 26 Jan, 2023

Republic Day

74th Republic Day of India was celebrated with gaiety and patriotic fervor on 26th January, 2023. The ceremony took place in the presence of the Chief Guest of the day Mr Chetan Tarare, Chairman School Management Committee, Principal Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav, Academic Coordinator, staff, parents and the students. The programme commenced with the unfurling of the National Flag by the Chief Guest. The Chief Guest and the Principal inaugurated the Resolution Park. The presentation of the 75 resolutions and the various developmental schemes of the Maharashtra State were aptly exhibited on the placards and display boards in the premises.  The students’ contingents of the four houses and a troop of Scouts and Guides performed the disciplined March Past. The energetic drill and dance performances put up by students filled the crowd with great energy and enthusiasm. Students presented patriotic speeches on the occasion. The melodious music and graceful movements of dancers had the audience spellbound as the choir group presented the patriotic song “Aye Watan Mahboob Mere, Tujhpe Meri Jaan Hai” followed by the group dance. Students displayed the spectacular Pyramids and a few drills of Taekwondo which was a treat to watch. The meritorious students of the various inter-school co-curricular activities and competitions were felicitated at the hands of the Chief Guest. The programme concluded with the singing of National Song.

Co-Curricular 14 Jan, 2023

Blooming Buds, Sports Meet-2022-23

In recognition of the need to inculcate the sporting spirit in children, the school organized Blooming Buds 2022-23, the Sports Meet for the Pre-primary students on 14th January, 2023. Parents of Pre-primary section and Students of Classes LKG to VIII attended the event. On this occasion, a wide range of races like Jump in the Pond, Obstacle Race, Zig Zag Race, Book Balance Race, Card Board Race, Push the Ball, Drag the Ball, etc. were organized for the tiny-tots. The parents enthusiastically cheered on as the students took to the track to compete with their peers. The event was full of fun as the parents also took active participation in the games like Tug of War and Tunnel Race on this occasion. Towards the end of the event, the students of LKG and UKG displayed a foot tapping dance to entertain the spectators. Speaking to the audience, Principal, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav opined that the events like Sports Day help children explore their hidden outdoor interests, build confidence and inculcate a desire to learn new skills by watching their peers.

Co-Curricular 23 Dec, 2022

Christmas Day Celebration

The month of December brings a lot of warmth, hope and glad tidings. To spread the message of love and good cheer, students of primary section presented a spectacular show in assembly on the occasion of the world’s most loved and celebrated festival, Christmas. The programme commenced with a speech by Sparshika Vaidya of class V B. She spoke about the traditions of the festival that are followed all across the globe. The Christmas Carol which is synonymous to the celebration, was melodiously rendered by the vibrant choir group of class VI to VIII which sang the famous Jingle Bel.…Jingle Bell that filled the atmosphere with festive mood. Students of class II, III and IV presented a tableau based on the events of the birth of Jesus Christ. The children in their bright and elaborate costumes were a delight to watch. Followed, was the entry of the Santa Clause, portrayed by Gandharv Hatwar of class VIII, who made the audience tap their feet on the tunes of Carols. Principal, Hari Prasad Vaishnav addressed the assembly saying that the festival of Christmas is all about caring and loving one another and spreading the universal brotherhood. Atharwa Wanjari and Lawanya Kanpate of class VI compered the programme.

Co-Curricular 21 Dec, 2022

Life in the Jungle

Experiential learning is a powerful foundational approach to all forms of learning and development of the children in their elementary stage. Life in the Jungle, an outdoor activity was organised for the students of classes LKG and UKG. The tiny-tots, all dressed up as wild animals, imitated the life of the cohabitants. The children, through their acts like making animal sounds, creeping around the jungle, dwelling among the trees and caves and drinking water from the pond disseminated the information about the habitat, food and behaviour of each animal. The jungle aura created in the school turned our little kiddos’ imagination to reality. It was no less a thrilling experience for the little kids that left an informative trail about animals in their minds. Students gave an apt message ‘Save Trees, Save Life’ towards the end of the programme. Students of classes I to IV and Parents of the students of LKG and UKG attended the event. It was compered by Shreya Mahajan, class IV. Angel Thaker and Jay Amlani, class IV played the role of Jungle Guides who ferried the visitors for the Jungle Safari. Parents lauded the sincere efforts of the teachers by showering the words of appreciation. Principal Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav appreciated the staff for their creative ideas and applauded the tiny-tots for their enthusiastic involvement in the activity.

Co-Curricular 17 Dec, 2022

Artovox-2022, An Inter-school Music and Art Competition.

Artovox-2022 - An Interschool Music and Art Competition was held at Reliance Foundation School, Mouda on 17th December 2022. Shri Swami Narayan Gurukul International School, Nagpur, Dnyanganga Convent school and Junior College Mouda, Adarsh Public School Mouda, Oxford Public School Mouda and St. Rossello’s CBSE School Mathni along with the Host School participated in the Event. The program was inaugurated with lighting of lamp followed by a melodious prayer song by the School Choir. Participants exhibited their talent by singing devotional songs and creating some exciting art models in both the events respectively. Popular devotional songs like the Raja Pandharicha, Baje Muraliya Baje and Vithu Mauli Tu…, etc. reverberated through the entire school premises. The clay art models carved by the little artists were a sight to behold as they depicted the environmental issue like need for saving the endangered species of birds and water life based on the theme Nature and Marine Life. Dhiraj Mate, class VIII and Tanushree Gabhane, class VII both from Reliance Foundation School, Mouda were adjudged the winner and runner up respectively in the Solo Song Competition. Ovi Balbudhe and Kankana Mondal, class V and Aisha Menon and Priyanka Naik, class VI also from Reliance Foundation School, Mouda took the first and second positions respectively in the Clay Art Competition. Principal, in his address applauded the participants for their exemplary performance and extended his gratitude to the participating schools and the panel of judges for their cooperation.

Academics 17 Dec, 2022

Preparations for the Competitive Exams

A session on career guidance for the students of Classes X, XI and XII was conducted by Mr. Rishi Bisen, the Revenue Officer, Government of Maharashtra. He educated the students on topics like Choosing streams after class X, setting target in Class XI and XII, preparations for the various Competitive Exams, etc. His lecture also included the life skills topics like how to stay focused, managing exam pressure, etc. The real-life examples and anecdotes given by the resource person made the session engrossing.  The hour-long interactive session was well grasped by the students as they interacted with the resource person and posed their queries. Towards the end of the session Principal, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav reflected on some of the topics of the session.

Co-Curricular 15 Dec, 2022

Public Awareness Rallies

With the aim of instilling consciousness among the residents of the nearby locality on the social issues like illiteracy, lack of civic sense, superstitions and the environmental issues like the wastage of water, pollution, etc. Awareness Rallies were conducted at the Mathani,  Rahadi and Ramtek in the month of December 2022. Students from classes VI, VII and VIII along with staff members took part in the event. In the beginning, Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, Principal, greeted and steered the students and staff on the objectives of the event. Students marched holding 75 resolutions written in English, Hindi and Marathi Language on the placards, that displayed the social messages like Save water, Save life, Avoid Superstitions, Follow the traffic rules, Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, Zade lawa Zade Jagawa, etc. The importance of cleanliness and health and hygiene was disseminated through the chanting of slogans during the Rallies. Street plays and short skits exhibited by the students during the programme, aptly propagated the objectives of the event.

Academics 14 Dec, 2022

Why Interdisciplinary Education Matters

A session on career guidance for the students of class XI and XII was conducted by Ms Viragi Jhaveri, the Regional Head, Admissions Outreach Team, FLAME University. The topic of the session was Scope of Liberal Education in the of Opportunities/Why Interdisciplinary Education matters.Ms Viragi Jhaveri enlightened the students on the aspects of different Degree Courses apart from Medical and Engineering fields such as Humanities, Commerce, Data-Computing, Business Management in various streams, etc. She threw some light on the admission procedure and also motivated the students to appear in online Entrance Exam conducted by FLAME University. She informed them about various scholarships offered by the University. The hour-long interactive session was well grasped by the students as they put their queries to the resource person towards the end of the programme. Principal, Academic Coordinator and the concerned faculty members attended the session.

Academics 10 Dec, 2022

Career opportunity in Banking Sector

Alumni Interaction Session on Career Opportunity in Banking Sector was organised for the students of classes IX to XII. Ms Naazneen Khan, Head Cashier, Central Bank of India, Nagpur Main Branch conducted the virtual session. She oriented the students about the functioning and establishment of Banking Sector in India. Citing her own career aspirations in Commerce and Statistics, she motivated the students on professional choices and the lucrative job opportunities in the Banking Sector. Through her interactive lecture, she elaborated upon various aspects such as preparations for the competitive exams and the interview procedures, etc. Students posed their queries related to the framework of the syllabus, preparations for banking and other competitive exams, etc. towards the end of the programme. Academic Coordinator proposed the vote of thanks to conclude the session.

Co-Curricular 19 Oct, 2022

Family Day Celebration

Parental involvement is a crucial factor in the early years of a child’s development. With an objective to enhance the children’s bond with their parents, Family Day was celebrated on 19th October 2022 in the Pre-primary section. Parents of Pre-primary section along with students attended the programme. The celebration began with a melodious Ganesh Vandana. Ms. Sunita Ahuja, a UKG teacher spoke about the importance of family values, a sense of belonging, etc. in her introductory speech. Parents took an active part in the cultural event. They represented different states of India by means of its language, costume, food and art forms like dance and song.  Each group of parents including children portrayed the culture and traditions of different states of India.Towards the end of the programme each group prepared its respective state cuisine and exchanged the same with each other. The celebration aptly promoted the unity in diversity and underlined the basic values like bond of love and affection among the family members.

Co-Curricular 14 Oct, 2022

Fort Making Competition

Students are taught about the importance of forts and its significance in the history of Maharashtra through the activities like forts making during Diwali time. Inter-house Fort Making Competition was organised for classes VI to IX. Two students from each class represented their respective house in the competition. They exhibited their creative ideas by building miniature forts using stones, soil, mud and material like hard-board, rangoli, etc. The objective of the competition was to develop awareness about forts of Maharashtra and to encourage creativity and imagination among the students. Kite House was adjudged as the winner of the competition.

Co-Curricular 10 Oct, 2022

Lantern Making Competition

Lantern Making Competition was held on 19th October, 2022 for the classes III to V. Students made lanterns from recyclable material using paper folding and cutting techniques. The competition was a part of Diwali Celebrations at the school. The main aim of the activity was to inspire the children to think and work resourcefully and to promote artistic excellence. Aryan Patil of V B, Soham Mankar of III B and  Araadhay Raut of IV A were adjudged the  I, II and III winners respectively.

Academics 30 Sep, 2022

How to make Career Choice

Ms Shikha Saboo, a well-known counsellor from Pune conducted a session on How to make career choice for the students of class VIII, IX and X on 30th  September 2022. She guided the students about deciding the careers and exploring new opportunities. She elaborated upon the traditional mindset  of the parents and students and steered the students on decision making through her discourse.

Co-Curricular 14 Sep, 2022

Hindi Diwas Celebration

Hindi Diwas is celebrated on 14th September to commemorate the adoption of Hindi as the official language of India. The event was organized in the school with an objective to inculcate the values and highlight the importance of Hindi language in day to day life. The programme began with a melodious prayer Hum Ko Man Ki Shakti Dena followed by the recitation of Dohas. Shreya Mahajan, class IV, Vipul Gajbhiye, class II and Akshit Bhvigade, class III recited poems to mark the significance of the Hindi Diwas. Ms.Vanshika Rakahade of class VII delivered an informative speech on the occasion. Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, Principal disseminated his thoughts about Hindi Language while addressing the gathering.

Co-Curricular 5 Sep, 2022

Teachers Day

The Birthday of Dr. Radhakrishnan, the former president of India is celebrated as Teachers’ Day in order to highlight the importance and greatness of the teachers and their work. With an objective to acknowledge the contribution of teachers and inculcate a sense of reverence in the minds of students, Teachers Day was celebrated in the school on September 5, 2022. The program was lead off with a prayer song sung by the school choir. The Principal, Academic Coordinators and Teachers paid rich tribute to the portrait of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. Rohit Barbate a student of class XII declaimed and performed a role play of Dr. Radhakrishnan. Shrutika Padole, a student of class XII spoke about the significance of Teachers Day in her speech and Daniya Tadavi from class X rendered a melodious theme song on the occasion. Students conducted a series of cultural programmes which included songs, citations and greeting cards distribution followed by the self-discipline programme. Students conducted classes by becoming the replica teachers. Various games like Dumb-charades, Treasure Hunt, Antakshari and Dahi Handi were organised for the teachers and prizes were distributed to the winners. Students created and presented a short video showing their gratitude to the teachers. Students felicitated every member of the teaching staff with an appreciation certificate at the end of the programme.

Co-Curricular 29 Aug, 2022

National Sports Day

National Sports Day is celebrated on 29th August to commemorate the birth anniversary of the Indian hockey legend Major Dhyan Chand. The day is also dedicated to the nation’s sports heroes and champions honouring them for their dedicated contribution towards in bringing laurels to the country. National Sports Day was organised in the school by conducting various athletics events like the Flat Race, Backward and Forward Running and the Obstacle Race alongside, traditional games like the Tug of War and Kho-kho and Futsal. Inter- House cricket and football matches were conducted on the occasion. Students of classes LKG to XII participated in the sports and games in the respective categories. Teachers verses students cricket match was one of the highlights of the day where the students team emerged winner in the Ten-over game. The objective of the event was to promote the values like discipline, perseverance, sportsman’s sprit, teamwork and to encourage students to take up sports and make it an integral part of their lives while emphasizing on the importance of maintaining physical and mental health.

Co-Curricular 26 Aug, 2022

Pola Celebration

Pola is celebrated by farmers in various parts of India and specially in Maharashtra to acknowledge the importance of Nandi, the Vahan of Lord Shiva and plays a crucial role in the agricultural activities in India. Pola was celebrated on 26th August 2022 by the students of Primary Section. Children, dressed in traditional Maharashtrian costumes and conveyed a message of love and respect towards the animals. The program started with the inauguration of ‘Nandi’ exhibition by the Principal. Students exhibited their colorfully painted and decorated wooden oxen symbolic to the Pola Celebration. Teachers expanded the significance of the festival through their speeches. Principal interacted and encouraged the students on the occasion. Children took part in various activities like singing songs, poem recitations, rhymes, speeches and role plays. The event concluded with the traditional Nandi Race.

Co-Curricular 26 Aug, 2022

Sanskrit Day Celebration

Sanskrit is the most ancient and perfect among the great languages of the world. Its storehouse of knowledge is an unsurpassed and the most invaluable treasure of the world. Keeping in mind, the objectives of promoting the ancient Indian language, Sanskrit day was celebrated in the school on 26th August 2022. The program began with the Sarasvati Vandana by the school choir followed by Samuha Gaan by students of class VI and VII respectively. Dr. Sagar Kaware, the Sanskrit Teacher conveyed the importance of Sanskrit language through his introductory speech. Students of class IX presented a Sanskrit skit Vidyottama Natakam based on the life of Mahakavi, Kulguru Kalidas and his wife Vidyottama. Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, Principal, in his address, highlighted the values and importance of ancient language like Sanskrit and appealed the students to appreciate the rich culture of India.

Co-Curricular 17 Aug, 2022

Janmashtami Celebration

Krishna Janmashtami marks the birth of Lord Krishna is celebrated on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Bhadrapada that is July-August in India. Janmashtami Celebration was held on 17th August in the school. Children dressed in traditional outfits resembled Lord Krishna and Radha highlighted the event that included Dance, Songs, Recitation of Shloka and Bhajan, Matki Phod and Speeches by the students. Teachers narrated the story of Lord Krishna and his best friend Sudama. The Principal, Mr Hari Prasad Vaishnav expounded upon the importance of the celebration during his speech. Children sang popular Bhajanas and danced on the tunes of Janmashtami song Go Go Go Govinda. However, a dance on the tunes of Go Go Go Govinda and the Matki Phod event made the Janmashtami celebration an enjoyable one.

Co-Curricular 15 Aug, 2022

Independence Day Celebrations

Independence Day was celebrated with much pomp and show on 15th August, 2022. Mr. Chetan Tarare, Chairman, School Management Committee, hoisted the tricolour as the Chief Guest. The auspicious flag hoisting ceremony was followed by singing of the National Anthem.
The Chief Guest inaugurated the Exhibition of 75 Flags, that depicted the uniqueness of the nation. The entire school premise was decked with the tricolour festoons, balloons, various charts, and placards. The display boards portrayed the nationalistic thoughts and highlighted the importance of the Amrit Mahotsav Celebrations in the school.
Various activities were held at school to encourage students and proliferate the importance of the India’s freedom struggle. Patriotic Songs, Speeches in Hindi and English, Kavita Vachan, Skit, Tableau and a Mime aptly reflected students’ love for the nation and instilled a sense of patriotism in the minds of the audience.
The Chief Guest commended the students for their wonderful display of the talent and reminded them of the invaluable contributions made by the freedom fighters. He also appealed them to remain united for the cause of the nation while addressing the gathering as the Chief Guest. Through his message, the Principal congratulated everyone on the occasion and spoke about the country’s progression, scientific and achievements besides elaborating upon the Amrit Mahotsav celebrations in the country. The colourful programme concluded with the singing of the National Song. Gouri Mannikeri, class VIII B and Harshal Yelne, class VII B compered the event.

Co-Curricular 13 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Zumba)

Zumba is a fun, high-energy workout to keep one excited to exercise and stay agile. Led by the Physical Education teacher of the school, students of class V to IX demonstrated Zumba dance. The basic objective of the activity was to strengthen the self-confidence of the students and instill the feeling of nationalism in the young minds. Students, dressed in House Uniforms, displayed the aerobic moves on the beats of the popular patriotic songs. Their energy and enthusiasm was unmatched when they danced on the beats of the foot tapping Hindi song Mohe Mohe Tu Rang De Basanti. The activity propagated the importance of healthy mind with healthy body.

Co-Curricular 13 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Books Exhibition)

As part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav celebrations, a fifteen-day Book Exhibition was organised in the school library for the students of class V to XII. Various Books such as  Novels, Short Story Books, Journals,  Brochures, Periodicals and Children’s Books were put on the display. Books related to the theme freedom fighters and freedom movement of India, perfectly highlighted the objective of the Exhibition. With the very special feeling, students learnt how our country has accomplished such a remarkable feat of achieving the Independence and enlightened themselves about the country’s struggle for Independence and its larger goals after becoming the Republic Nation.

Co-Curricular 12 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Rangoli Making Competi tion )

Rangoli making is an integral part of Indian custom and culture and it adorns the houses especially during festivals. On the occasion of 75th Independence Day celebration, Rangoli making competition was organized in the school. Based on the theme India’s Freedom Struggle, the competition was aimed at honing the students’ aesthetic skills, creativity, clarity, innovation and expression through art. The participants created excellent designs portraying the valour and achievements of the freedom fighters through their exquisite sand work. The beautiful and lively Rangolis drawn on the floor presented a picture of festivity and gaiety.

Co-Curricular 12 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Independence Day- Pre-primary Section)

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav celebration was held in the Pre-primary section. The tiny tots highlighted the theme aptly through their vivid presentations that included skits, patriotic songs, poems, role plays and speeches. Children, through their innocent acts, presented the diversity of our nation and revealed the fabric of traditionally existing emotional bonds between the people of our country. The objective of the event was to make the children aware of India’s freedom struggle and love for the nation. Heeya Thaker of UKG brought a sense of patriotism through her speech showcasing the rich heritage and culture, customs and traditions of India. Prabhas Charde of LKG made the audience feel proud by reciting an English poem We are Indians thus fostering a sense of common identity and unity in diversity. The celebration concluded with the singing of the National Song by Yadhu Chunne of UKG.

Co-Curricular 12 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Hindi Kavita Vachan)

Based on the the theme Deshbhakti, the Hindi Kavita Vachan Competition was organized in the school. The primary focus of the Independence Day Kavita Vachan for children was remembering India's struggle for independence and paying tribute to the courageous individuals who led it. Students from classes VI to X participated in the competition. The patriotic poems reflected the students’ love for their nation and it instilled a sense of patriotism in the hearts and minds of the audience. Hindi poems like Hame Mili Azadi, and Desh ka Sipahi reminded the gathering of the country’s glorious struggle, its values, ethos, and the unique culture. Students made the stage more joyful and cheerful with the recitation of exciting and rhythmic poems.

Co-Curricular 12 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Fancy Dress Competition)

Fancy Dress Competition was organised in the Primary Section. The theme for the competition was Freedom Fighters and Culture of Indian States. Students dressed as the prominent freedom fighters like Rani Lakshmibai, Subhash Chandra Bose, Bhagat Singh, Sarojini Naidu, Birsa Munda and Lala Lajpat Rai was a delight to watch. The chanting like Bundele harbolon ke muhh hamne suni kahani thi revealed the patriotic feelings of the participants. The programme was aimed at inculcating a sense of patriotism and national pride among the students while propagating the importance of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav celebration in the school. Ayush Punde of class VII  proposed a vote of thanks to conclude the programme.

Co-Curricular 12 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav ( Skit)

Unity in Diversity is a concept that signifies unity among individuals who have certain differences among them. These differences can be on the basis of culture, language, ideology, religion, class, ethnicity, etc. Students of Class VI presented an apropos message of Unity in Diversity through a short skit on the occasion of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav celebration in the school. Through their petite tableau, students depicted the Pre-independent India and the dominance of the foreign rule and highlighted the values like unity, equality, and patriotism. A universal appeal was made to maintain peaceful and amicable society belonging to different ethnicities and cultures. Students exhibited the culturally, ideologically, and ritually different sections of the society and how they live together and have a deep-rooted respect for each other.

Co-Curricular 12 Aug, 2022

Investiture Ceremony


The Investiture Ceremony of the Student Council of Reliance Foundation School, Mouda for 2022-23 was held on 12th August 2022 in the school. The function commenced with a rendition of the prayer song by the school choir. The Council Members took position of the centre stage as the commentators highlighted their admirable qualities and achievements. The Principal and the Academic Coordinators pinned the appointment badge and placed the sash on each member of the Students’ Council for 2022-23. The Students’ Council of 18 members comprised House Captains of the Eagle House, Falcon House, Hawk House and the Kite House alongside, the Secretaries of the Cultural club, Eco club, Literary club and Math club. Utkarsh Mall, the Head Boy and Sanjana Joshi, Head Girl led the oath-taking ceremony. The Principal administered the oath of allegiance to the council members who pledged to embody and uphold the ideals of the School and promised to be worthy leaders for their peers to emulate. In his address to the Council, he emphasized its duties and obligations to be worthy role models in every aspect and appealed the junior students to hone their leadership qualities for the future of the society.
The programme concluded with the elected student body singing the National Anthem.

Co-Curricular 10 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Essay Writing Competition )

About 90 students from classes VIII to XII took part in the English Essay Writing Competition organized as a part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav celebration in the school. The topic of the competition was Vision for India @ 2047. Students actively participated in the competition and expressed their views on the glorious achievement of India’s freedom struggle, its proud achievements, etc. Children through their essays have put eradication of poverty and corruption as some of the goals for India at 100, in their responses and how they envision India @2047. 

Co-Curricular 10 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Karaoke Songs Singing Competition)

On the occasion of 75th Independence Day celebration, Karaoke Songs Singing Competition was organized in the school. The theme of the competition was Patriotism. Students from classes VI to XII enthusiastically participated in the event. The audience could witness some all-time Hindi patriotic songs like Mera Mulk Mera Desh…, Aie Mere Watan Ke Logon…. Saare Jahan Se Accha Hindosta Hamara, Nanha Munna Rahi Hoo….etc. The participants rendered their love for the country in a melodious way. A panel of teachers from the school judged the competition based on the criterion. Daniya Tadavi, a student of class X-A was adjudged winner of the competition.

Co-Curricular 10 Aug, 2022

Rakhi Celebration

Rakhi is a special time to increase and strengthen the bond between brother and sister. The appeal of this bond is universal and the celebration spans not only between own siblings but also among other sections of the society. The auspicious celebration was held on 10th August 2022. Students of classes V, VIII and IX tied the sacred thread on the wrists of the School Security Guards. They expressed their gratitude towards the students for their noble gesture of goodwill and brotherhood. In his address Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, the Principal said that the endeavour will stand as a symbol of universal brotherhood and make the children as well as the School Security Guards feel special and strengthen the bond of love.

Co-Curricular 8 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Prabhat Pheri)

On the occasion of 75th Celebration of Indian Independence, school has planned a week long activities and competitions under campaign Azadi ka Amrit Mohotsav. Students of class IX to XII organised Prabhat Pheri in the school as a part of this campaign. The theme for this event was Har Ghar Tiranga and Environment Conservation. Mr. Hari Prasad Vaishnav, Principal, briefed the objectives of the event to the gathering. Starting from the school main gate, students marched holding placards displaying patriotic messages like Vande Mataram, Inquilab Zindabad, and Saare Jahan Se Accha Hindustan Hamara. Alongside, the rally also took up the issue related to environment with the motto to aware the people for protecting environment, planting more trees, saving water, etc. Students chanted the slogans Jal hai toh Jiwan Hai, Think before you trash it, If you cannot reuse, refuse. The entire vicinity reverberated with the chants of patriotic slogans.

Co-Curricular 8 Aug, 2022

Azadi Ka Amrit Mohatsav (Poster Making Competition)

Inter House Poster Making Competition was organized in the school to commemorate the glorious years of the country’s culture, richness, heritage and progression as our country celebrates the 75th year of its Independence. The Theme for the competition was ‘Ancient Indian Traditional Art’. About 250 students from classes IV to XII participated in the competition. Students expressed their views and thoughts on the given topic by drawing and painting. One could see and feel the enthusiasm that the students had in their presentation. The activity provided the students a platform to explore their imagination and to showcase their skills. Students participated in great numbers and exhibited their creativity by setting forth unique edifying posters inspiring their peers.

Academics 18 Jul, 2022

Liberal Arts Education

Ms Swati Razdan, a Deputy Manager outreach programme of Ashoka University Delhi conducted a session Liberal Arts Education on July 18th, 2022 for the students of class X to XII. College and Career Counselling Cell of the school invited her to inform the students about Liberal Arts Education. In this Online session she focused on understanding Liberal Education and interdisciplinary approach, Undergraduate programmes offered by Ashoka University, Concept of major and minor subjects, Scholarships offered by the university for this programme and career prospects. The session was concluded with answering questions by the students.

Academics 9 Jul, 2022

Careers in Designing

College and Career Counselling Cell of the school organised an informative session for the students of class X, XI and XII. School of Design and Innovation (ISDI) Mumbai was invited to guide the students on career prospects in designing industry. Mr. Abhyuday Roy, assistant director outreach and admissions ISDI was the main speaker. He is a management professional with cumulative experience of over 15 years working in India and Abroad. In this interactive session, he guided students about how vast is designing industry and what is the scope for making careers in it. He informed students about Communication design, Fashion design, Interior design, Product design, Fashion Luxury & Lifestyle design, Strategies design management, 3D Animation and VFX .

Co-Curricular 8 Jul, 2022

Umbrella Painting Competition

Inter House Umbrella Painting Competition was held on 8th July 2022 for classes VI to IX. The activity, based on the theme Flora and Fauna, was aimed at motivating the students to exhibit their creative ideas, explore nature and express their dormant thoughts through the visual art.  Students used different tools like paint brush, cotton-sponge, ear-buds, cloth piece, spray paint to paint their imaginative ideas on the umbrellas. The Hawk House was adjudged winner of the competition while the Eagle House took second position.

Co-Curricular 6 Jul, 2022

Smriti Diwas

Smriti Diwas of Shri Dhirubhai Ambani ji, the founder of Reliance Industries Ltd. was observed through a special assembly on July, 06th, 2022.  Principal, Shri Hari Prasad Vaishnav garlanded his portrait. In his speech, the Principal elaborated the life journey of Shri Dhirubhai Ambani ji and urged the audience to take a leaf out of his book and strive hard on the path of success. Activities performed by the students on this occasion included, Reading Biography of Shri Dhirubhai Ambani ji, Speech in Sanskrit and English language, Thought of the day, Motivational Songs and amazing facts about Shri Dhirubhai Ambani ji. Students through their discourse highlighted his visions and principles  followed throughout his life. 

Academics 1 Jul, 2022

Fun with Chemistry

Dr. Hemant Pande, a well know educationist and a member of various scientific organizations guided the students of class IX to XII about Fun with Chemistry. He was invited by the school to explain the importance of Chemistry in our day-to-day life and simple tricks to study Chemistry as a fundamental science that impacts everything around us. He further guided the students about how they can explore the careers in Chemistry. Dr. Pande performed a magic show using chemicals to explain that what happens if we have a fix mind set. Students enjoyed the show and learnt a valuable lesson.

Sports & Games 21 Jun, 2022

International Yoga Day

Students participated in International Yoga Day 2022. Teachers expounded the importance of the event referring to the theme Yoga for Humanity. Various Yoga Asana like Trikon Aasan, Bhujang Aasan, Chakrasan and Suryanamaskar were performed by the students. The programme highlighted the importance of Yoga and Meditation in day to day life.

Co-Curricular 17 Jun, 2022

World Environment Day

To sensitise the students towards environment; school celebrated World Environment Day following the campaign slogan Only one Earth. Students prepared 3-D Posters/Models on topics Beat Plastic Pollution, Think -Eat and Save, Energy Positive Homes. They decorated display boards and made posters focusing on sustainable living with nature.