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Welcome to Green Land School

Green Land Convent School run by Sant Kirpal Vidyak Mission(Regd.) is located in New Subhash Nagar, Basti Jodhewal Ludhiana. The spacious and modern building of the school heralds welcome to entrants owing to its majestic structure. It is surrounded on all sides by its eye catching lush green gardens overflowing with flowers of different hues which permeate their fragrances all around.
Quality Education is the hallmark of Green Land . Our mission is to help our students imbibe the true sprit of patriotism which shuns all pettiness and create in them a deep urge for National Unity and Progress . We strive to create an atmosphere of ideas in this institution, by making provisions for the growth of mind through many creative activities, by making teaching life inspired and life centered. This is done by celebrating Religious and National festivals in the School premises instead of declaring holidays as is the general trend.

Principal’s Message


Dr. Jyoti Pujara
Principal Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana

"The future vision is ours Many a milestone achieved and many more await us. We are progressing not in enhancing what we are, But in advancing towards what we will be. We are the sculptures, chiseling and polishing the impressionable minds. At this juncture, we are all set to unrand the mysteries, Unveil the hidden, transcend limitations and expand consciousness in every direction. We teach our children to create a successful present while building a brilliant future. We look forward towards the making of global citizens. Who work towards international peace and worldwide progress, Being technically sound, cognitively strong, These children would lead the universe." ...read more

 

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Dear Parents Some parents were giving us calls for depositing fee as online study is going on. They were asking for the link from the class teachers as they were interested in depositing the fee. So we sent link through the message for the interested parents only. Kindly don't misunderstand. The school management is not compelling anyone to pay right now. They can deposit at their own. Your co-operation is solicited . Principal

Circular No. 66 P. Nsy. to XII Dear Parents The outbreak of Coronavirus which originated in China is a global threat and a matter of great concern. This viral disease is spreading like plague and is incurable. There is a high risk of getting infected with this virus if holi colour and water guns (pichkaris) from China are used. Be very cautious and do not buy anything that has been imported from China.

Circular No. 67 P.Nsy & Nsy. Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 26th March, 2020 (Thursday) from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to show the result of Annual Examination. The students must accompany their parents in school uniform. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6500/-) + Monthly Fee (r 2150/-) for the month of April, 2020 with the class incharge on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 17th March, 2020 (Tuesday) to 31st March, 2020 (Tuesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for Nursery & K.G. will start from 1st April, 2020 (Wednesday) and the school timings for the students will be from 9:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on account of Durga Ashtami. 5. The students will have a holiday on 2nd April, 2020 (Thursday) on account of Ram Navmi. 6. The school timings w.e.f. 3rd April, 2020 (Friday) will be as follows: Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 1:00 p.m. Saturday Holiday 7. You are requested to deposit the complete bag of your ward on 30th March, 2020 (Monday) along with one set of civil dress between 09:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to the new Class Incharge. You may also interact with her about the important details of your ward and also submit the required documents. 8. The students must bring a carry bag for daily use. The books and note-books should be covered. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 9. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 10. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Circular No. 67 K.G. to be promoted to I Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 26th March, 2020 (Thursday) from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to show the result of Annual Examination. The students must accompany their parents in school uniform. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6500/-) + Monthly Fee (r 2150/-) for the month of April, 2020 with the class incharge on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 17th March, 2020 (Tuesday) to 31st March, 2020 (Tuesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for I std. will start from 1st April, 2020 (Wednesday) and the school timings for the students will be from 9:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on account of Durga Ashtami. 5. The students will have a holiday on 2nd April, 2020 (Thursday) on account of Ram Navmi. 6. The school timings w.e.f. 3rd April, 2020 (Friday) will be as follows: Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 2:30 p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m to 1:30 p.m. • Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 7. You are requested to deposit the complete bag of your ward on 30th March, 2020 (Monday) between 09:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to the new Class Incharge. You may also interact with her about the important details of your ward and also submit the required documents. 8. The students must bring a carry bag for daily use. The books and note-books should be covered. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 9. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 10. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Circular No. 67 V to be promoted to VI Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 26th March, 2020 (Thursday) from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. to show the result of Annual Examination. The students must accompany their parents in school uniform. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6500/-) + Monthly Fee (r 3055/-) for the month of April, 2020 with the class incharge on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 17th March, 2020 (Tuesday) to 31st March, 2020 (Tuesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for VI std. will start from 1st April, 2020 (Wednesday) and the school timings for the students will be from 9:15 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. on account of Durga Ashtami. 5. The students will have a holiday on 2nd April, 2020 (Thursday) on account of Ram Navmi. 6. The school timings w.e.f. 3rd April, 2020 (Friday) will be as follows: Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 2:40 p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m to 1:30 p.m. • Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 7. There will be an Interactive Session (PTM) for parents with new class incharge on 30th March, 2020 (Monday) between 09:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. to share important details of your ward and to submit the required documents. 8. The students must bring their books & notebooks in the school to get it checked from their teachers as per the following schedule so that their bags do not get heavy on the very first day. All books and note-books should be covered. 1st April, 2020 (Wednesday) English, Mathematics, Science & Computer 3rd April, 2020 (Friday) Social Science, Hindi, Punjabi, Moral Science, G.K. & Art/Craft 9. Big Bags of Class VI onwards students will not be retained in the school. Students must keep the books and notebooks at home after being checked by the teachers. They must bring books & notebooks in their carry bags as per the time table. 10. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 11. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 12. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Circular No. 67 X to be promoted to XI Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 26th March, 2020 (Thursday) from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The students must accompany their parents in school uniform. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6500/-) + Monthly Fee (r 3680/-) + Fee of additional subject (if any) for the month of April, 2020 with the class incharge on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 19th March, 2020 (Thursday) to 31st March, 2020 (Tuesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The provisional classes for XI will start from 1st April, 2020 (Wednesday) and the school timings for the students will be from 9:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on account of Durga Ashtami. 5. The students will have a holiday on 2nd April, 2020 on account of Ram Navmi. 6. The school timings w.e.f. 3rd April, 2020 will be as follows: Monday to Saturday 8:15 a.m to 1:30 p.m. • Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 7. The students must have books and note-books with them and they should be covered. Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all their belongings should be written. 8. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 9. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

CIRCULAR NO. 68 Pre- Nsy. to XII Dear Parents You are requested to get the blood group of your ward checked and send the report of the doctor to the class teacher on 13th March, 2020 (Friday) positively.

Circular No. 64 P. Nsy. to XII Dear Parents 1. To prevent the accidents involving students, all parents must be very vigilant regarding the private four wheelers or any other form of transport. You must check and get satisfied about the conduct and antecedents along with the proper address of the private drivers and attendants, who ferry your children to school. Please ensure that you regularly monitor the private transport of your ward and make sure that no unauthorized person is sent to pick & drop your ward by the transporter. 2. We have already informed you several times that autorickshaws are banned for ferrying of school children. Inspite of that some of the parents have hired private autos rickshaws for which we are not responsible. Kindly keep a note of this.

Circular No. 64 IX promoted to X Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 9th March, 2019 (Saturday) from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6000/-) + Monthly Fee (r 3360/-) & Conveyance Charges (If availing the school bus facility) for the month of April, 2019 with the Class Teacher on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 1st March to 11th March, 2019. However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for X std. will start from 12th March, 2019 (Tuesday) and the school timings will be 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 5. The students must have books and note-books with them and they should be covered. 6. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 7. Parents are requested to go through the school Message book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Circular No. 58 Class X Dear Parents The regular classes for XI are going to start from April, 2020. Kindly choose any one of the following streams with subjects and send the Consent Form positively by tomorrow. The school authorities will give provisional admission after seeing the performance of the students in Pre-Board Examination. Consent Form Adm.No.:_________ Name of the Student: _________________________ Father’s Name: _____________________ I prefer_________________ stream and elective & optional subjects are marked in the space provided. Medical Non-Medical Commerce Humanities Compulsory Subjects Compulsory Subjects Compulsory Subjects Compulsory Subject 1. English Core 1. English Core 1. English Core 1. English Core 2. Physics 2. Physics 2. Accountancy Elective Subjects 3. Chemistry 3. Chemistry 3. Business Studies (choose & write ) 4. Biology 4. Mathematics 4. Economics 2. Economics/Phy. Edu./Music _______ 3. Punjabi/Maths ____________ 4. History/Paintings __________ 5. Optional Subject 5. Optional Subject 5. Optional Subject 5. Optional Subject (Tick any one ) (Tick any one ) (Tick any one ) (Tick any one ) Phy. Edu. Phy. Edu. Phy. Edu. Phy. Edu. Music Music Music Music Paintings Paintings Paintings Paintings The students can also opt the following additional subjects. Kindly tick if interested. Computer Science Mathematics Biology Signature / Date: Father: ________________ Mother: _________________ Student: __________________

Circular No. 60 P. Nsy. to XII Dear Parents National De-worming Day is being observed on 10th Feb., 2020 and mop up day is on 17th Feb, 2020. The Director General of School Education, Punjab has ordered all schools through the Deputy Commissioner of Ludhiana to give one tablet of ALBENDAZOLE to every student aged between 2 and 19 years (for de-worming) which will be provided by the Health Department. You are requested to give your consent for the same by putting a cross or tick in the boxes given below and return the circular duly signed by 8th Feb, 2020. Yes __________ NO __________

Circular No. 59 Pre-Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents The school timings on 28th January, 2020 (Tuesday) & 6th February, 2020 (Thursday) will be from 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

Circular No. 57 P. Nsy to XII Dear Parents 1. Kindly note the change of school timings w.e.f. 22nd January, 2020 (Wednesday). Monday to Friday P. Nsy to K.G. : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. I to III : 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. IV to X : 8:45 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. XI & XII : 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy to K.G. : Holiday I to XII : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 2. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 25th January, 2020 (Saturday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon. The students will have a holiday. However, they must accompany their parents in school uniform. 3. You are requested to deposit fee for the month of February and March, 2020 together before 10th February, 2020 alongwith the examination fee Rs. 400/. Note: The timings for Extra Coaching Classes will be from 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. from Monday to Friday and 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.

P. Nsy. to XII Dear Parents The school timings have been changed due to heavy fog w.e.f tomorrow (17th January, 2020) till further information. Monday- Friday P. Nsy – III 09:50 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. IV - X 09:50 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. XI & XII 09:50 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy – K.G. Holiday I-XII 09:50 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. Note: The timings for Extra Coaching Classes will be from 8:40 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.

CIRCULAR NO. 55 P. Nsy. to XII Dear Parents The school timings have been changed due to heavy fog w.e.f tomorrow (17th January, 2020) till further information. Monday- Friday P. Nsy – III 09:50 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. IV - X 09:50 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. XI & XII 09:50 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy – K.G. Holiday I-XII 09:50 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. Note: The timings for Extra Coaching Classes will be from 8:40 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.

P.Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents The School is going to conduct Periodic Test-4 from 15th January, 2020 (Wednesday) to 22nd January, 2020 (Wednesday). Kindly make sure your ward remains present in the school during these days.

CIRCULAR NO. 52 P. Nsy. to XII Dear Parents Kindly note down the change in school timings w.e.f. 4th January, 2020 (Saturday). Monday- Friday P. Nsy – III 09:50 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. IV - X 09:50 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. XI & XII 09:50 a.m. to 3:20 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy – K.G. Holiday I-XII 09:50 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. Note: The timings for Extra Coaching Classes will be from 8:40 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. and Cambridge Classes will be 9:30 a.m.

GREEN LAND CONVENT SCHOOL (Senior Secondary) New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana Circular No. 50 P. Nsy - K.G. Dear Parents There will be an Intra Class X-mas Tree Decoration Competition on account of Christmas celebrations on 13th December, 2019 (Friday) in the school premises. So, you are requested to deposit Christmas tree along with decoration material like stars, bells, gifts etc. to the class incharge positively by tomorrow.

CIRCULAR NO. 51 P. Nsy to IX & XI Dear Parents 1. To celebrate ‘Christmas Eve’ a ‘Fun Fair & Adventure Camp’ is being organized in the school premises on 20th December, 2019 (Friday). 2. Students will be allowed to bring money to enjoy the fair in the school. They can deposit the amount to the class incharge to buy the coupons for the same by 17th December, 2019 (Tuesday). D.J. Party | Photo Corner - Picto Booth| 3D Show | Fun Games | Jurassic Park & Adventure Sports | Amusement Rides | Camel Ride or Horse Carriage Ride | Fairy Tales Haunted House| Musical Chair | Luck of the Draw |Tambola and many more stalls of mouth- watering eateries by the school students. 3. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 24th Dec., 2019 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon. The students will have a holiday. However, they must accompany their parents in school uniform. 4. The students will have holidays from 25th Dec., 2019 (Wednesday) to 2nd Jan, 2020 (Thursday). The school will reopen on 3rd Jan., 2020 (Friday). However, the school office will remain open during holidays from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wish You All Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

CIRCULAR NO. 51 X & XII Dear Parents 1. To celebrate ‘Christmas Eve’ a ‘Fun Fair & Adventure Camp’ is being organized in the school premises on 20th December, 2019 (Friday). 2. Students will be allowed to bring money to enjoy the fair in the school. They can deposit the amount to the class incharge to buy the coupons for the same by 17th December, 2019 (Tuesday). D.J. Party | Photo Corner - Picto Booth| 3D Show | Fun Games | Jurassic Park & Adventure Sports | Amusement Rides | Camel Ride or Horse Carriage Ride | Fairy Tales Haunted House| Musical Chair | Luck of the Draw |Tambola and many more stalls of mouth- watering eateries by the school students. 3. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 24th Dec., 2019 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon. 4. The school timings from 26th to 31st Dec., 2019 for Test Series will be from 9:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The students will have holidays on 1st and 2nd Jan., 2020. The school will reopen on 3rd Jan., 2020 (Friday). Wish You All Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

CIRCULAR NO. 49 P.Nsy to XII Dear Parents Kindly deposit the Assignment Fee Rs. 200/- along with the monthly fee of December (by 10th Dec., 2019).

CIRCULAR NO.48 Pre-Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents To develop curiosity and scientific attitude among the young learners, the Central Board of Secondary Education organizes Science Exhibition region wise every year. I am pleased to inform you that this year we have been given the onus to host this gala “Science Fair” by the CBSE in Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass, Ludhiana on 22nd & 23rd November, 2019. The theme for which is ‘Science and Technology for Sustainable Development with a Thrust on Water Consumption’. One hundred two CBSE schools from Punjab and Chandigarh will showcase their creativity. More than 140 models will be displayed under six subthemes which will be judged by a panel of experts of high competence who have been deputed by the CBSE. You are cordially invited to visit the exhibition from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on 23rd November, 2019 (Saturday) in Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass, Ludhiana along with your children to encourage the budding scientist.

CIRCULAR NO.48 I to XII Dear Parents 1. To develop curiosity and scientific attitude among the young learners, the Central Board of Secondary Education organizes Science Exhibition region wise every year. I am pleased to inform you that this year we have been given the onus to host this gala “Science Fair” by the CBSE in Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass, Ludhiana on 22nd & 23rd November, 2019. The theme for which is ‘Science and Technology for Sustainable Development with a Thrust on Water Consumption’. One hundred two CBSE schools from Punjab and Chandigarh will showcase their creativity. More than 140 models will be displayed under six subthemes which will be judged by a panel of experts of high competence who have been deputed by the CBSE. You are cordially invited to visit the exhibition from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on 23rd November, 2019 (Saturday) in Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass, Ludhiana along with your children to encourage the budding scientist. 2. The students will have a holiday on 23rd November, 2019 (Saturday). However the school office will remain open 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. But 30th Nov., 2019 (Saturday) will be a working day for all students. Timings will be from 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Circular No. 47 P. Nsy to X Dear Parents Kindly note the change of school timings w.e.f. 15th November, 2019 (Friday). Monday to Friday P. Nsy to K.G. : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. I to III : 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. IV to X : 8:45 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. XI & XII : 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy to K.G. : Holiday I to XII : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Note: The timings for Extra Coaching Classes will be 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. from Monday to Friday and 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.

Circular No. 47 XI Dear Parents 1. Kindly note the change of school timings w.e.f. 15th November, 2019 (Friday). Monday to Friday P. Nsy to K.G. : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. I to III : 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. IV to X : 8:45 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. XI & XII : 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy to K.G. : Holiday I to XII : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 2. There will be a meeting of the parents with the Chairman and Principal to discuss the prospective plans & general issues concerning your ward on 18th November, 2019 (Monday) at 12:00 noon in the school premises. You are requested to attend the meeting and enjoy a cup of tea with us. Note: The timings for Extra Coaching Classes will be 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. from Monday to Friday and 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.

Circular No. 47 XII Dear Parents 1. Kindly note the change of school timings w.e.f. 15th November, 2019 (Friday). Monday to Friday P. Nsy to K.G. : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. I to III : 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. IV to X : 8:45 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. XI & XII : 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy to K.G. : Holiday I to XII : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 2. There will be a meeting of the parents with the Chairman and Principal to discuss the prospective plans & general issues concerning your ward on 15th November, 2019 (Friday) at 12:00 noon in the school premises. You are requested to attend the meeting and enjoy a cup of tea with us. Note: The timings for Extra Coaching Classes will be 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. from Monday to Friday and 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday.

CIRCULAR NO. 46 P.Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents The students will have a holiday on 12th November, 2019 (Tuesday) on account of Guru Nanak Jayanti. However, the school office will remain open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. PRINCIPAL

CIRCULAR NO. 44 Pre Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents 1. The 12th Annual Prize Distribution Function & Cultural Fest 2019 is being organized in the school premises on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday). 2. The parents are cordially invited to grace the occasion on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday). The invitation for the same is being sent with this circular. All parents are requested to enjoy the function till the end. 3. Prize winners & cultural item students will come to the school on 6th & 7th Nov., 2019 as per the timings given to them in the separate circular. 4. All non-participants will have holidays on 6th, 7th & 8th Nov., 2019 (Wednesday to Friday) whereas prize winners & cultural item students will have a holiday on 8th November, 2019 (Friday). However, the school office will remain open. 5. The school will be working for all students on 9th Nov., 2019 (Saturday). Timings will be from 8:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

CIRCULAR NO. 44 I to XII Dear Parents 6. The 12th Annual Prize Distribution Function & Cultural Fest 2019 is being organized in the school premises on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday). 7. The parents are cordially invited to grace the occasion on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday). The invitation for the same is being sent with this circular. All parents are requested to enjoy the function till the end. 8. Prize winners, band, on duty & cultural item students will come to the school on 6th & 7th Nov., 2019 as per the timings given to them in the separate circular. 4. The school timings on 6th Nov., 2019 (Wednesday) will be from 8:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 5. All non-participants will have holiday on 7th & 8th Nov., 2019 (Thursday & Friday) whereas prize winners, band, on duty & cultural item students will have a holiday on 8th November, 2019 (Friday). However, the school office will remain open. 6. 9th Nov., 2019 (Saturday) will be a full working day for all students. Timings will be from 8:15 a.m. to 2:30/2:40 p.m. Students must bring their books & notebooks as per Friday schedule.

CIRCULAR NO. 45 For Duty Students Dear Parents 1. The school timings on 6th Nov., 2019 (Wednesday) will be from 8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 2. All duty students will come to school on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday) at 12:00 noon in white school uniform with duty sashes. Students are supposed to bring their lunch and water bottles along with them. Light refreshment will be provided in the school. 3. On 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday), parents of the duty students must pick their ward from the Fee Office Waiting Lounge after the function. 4. The students will have a holiday on 8th Nov., 2019 (Friday). However, the school office will remain open.

CIRCULAR NO. 45 FOR PARTICIPANTS Dear Parents 1. Your ward is participating in Annual Prize Distribution Function & Cultural Fest 2019 to be held on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday). 2. The participants will come to school fully dressed up with complete makeup on 6th November, 2019 (Wednesday) for full dress rehearsal of Annual Function. The timings will be 8:15 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. They must bring their school uniform along with them in the school. 3. The reporting time for all the participants on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday) will be 12:30 p.m. in the school. 4. All the participants will come dressed up from home on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday) with complete makeup. 5. A few participants of Vandana & Women Empowerment will come to school on 7th November, 2019 (Thursday) at 12:00 noon whose makeup is to be done in the school by makeup artist. 6. All participants’ hair should be washed properly. No oil should be applied on hair. Students must wear leggings/stockings/warmers/under garments according to their dress. 7. Participants are supposed to bring their lunch and water bottles with them. Light refreshment will be provided in the school on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday). 8. The participants of cultural items will deposit one civil dress with name, class and section mentioned on it to the item incharge by tomorrow. 9. All the participants must handover their dresses to respective item incharges immediately after their performance on the stage on 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday). 10. On 7th Nov., 2019 (Thursday) parents of the participants must pick their wards from the Fee Office Waiting Lounge exactly 45 minutes after their performance but they must ensure that their ward is not participating in any other item. 11. The students will have a holiday on 8th Nov., 2019 (Friday). However, the school office will remain open.

GREEN LAND CONVENT SCHOOL (Senior Secondary) NEW SUBHASH NAGAR, LUDHIANA CIRCULAR NO. 43 I to XII Dear Parents 1. The holiday for 26th Oct, 2019 (Fourth Saturday) has been cancelled. Regular classes for the students of I to XII will go on and the timings will be 8:20 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 2. The school will remain closed on 28th and 29th Oct., 2019 on account of Vishwakarma Day and Bhaiya Dooj. WISHING YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY, SAFE, PROSPEROUS AND GREEN DIWALI SAY NO TO CRACKERS PRINCIPAL DATED : 24.10.2019

Circular No. 34 I-X Dear Parents 1.The holiday for fourth Saturday (28.09.2019) has been cancelled for the students of I to X in lieu of preparation for the next day’s exam. 2.The school timings from 3rd Oct., 2019 to 5th Oct., 2019 for all classes will be from 8:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. due to evaluation of Half Yearly Examination. 3.The school will remain closed on 7th Oct., 2019 (Monday) and 8th Oct., 2019 (Tuesday) on account of Navami and Dussehra. 4.The school timings w.e.f. 9th Oct., 2019 (Wednesday) will be as follows:- Monday-Friday - 8:15 a.m. to 2:40 p.m. Saturday - 8:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 5.Registration/ Admission for the new session will start from 1st Oct., 2019 (Tuesday). You may contact the undersigned for the same.

Circular No. 32 Pre-Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents (i)The exam which is to be held on 30th Sept, 2019 (Monday) will now be conducted on 27th Sept, 2019 (Friday). (ii)The students will have holidays from 28th Sept, 2019 (Saturday) to 2nd Oct, 2019 (Wednesday) on account of evaluation of answer sheets and preparation of Half Yearly result. (iii) Regular classes for next term will begin from 3rd Oct, 2019 (Thursday) and the school timings will be as usual. Attendance is compulsory for all the students.

Circular No. 33 I to XII Dear Parents (i)The students will have holidays on 1st & 2nd October, 2019 on account of evaluation of answer sheets and preparation of Half Yearly Result & Gandhi Jayanti. (ii) The classes for next term will begin from 3rd Oct, 2019 (Thursday) and the timings will be 8:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. till 7th Oct., 2019 (Monday). Regular school timings will come in effect from 9th Oct., 2019 (Wednesday). Attendance is compulsory for all the students. (iii) The students will have a holiday on 8th October, 2019 (Tuesday) on account of Dussehra. However, the school office will remain open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Circular No. 35 Pre Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents You are requested to send your ward in full sleeved shirts and trousers w.e.f. 09th October, 2019 (Wednesday). Kindly keep the full winter uniform ready.

CIRCULAR NO. 36 P-Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents The school is celebrating National Postal Day on 9th October, 2019 (Wednesday). Kindly send duly stamped and addressed postcards or inland letters positively by tomorrow i.e. on 4th October, 2019 (Friday).

Circular No. 38 PRE NSY –K.G. Dear Parents There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 12th October, 2019 (Saturday) between 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The students must accompany their parents in school uniform.

Circular No. 39 P. Nsy. – III Dear Parents The school is organizing an ‘Intra Class Healthy Tiffin Competition’ on 16th October, 2019 (Wednesday). You are requested to send nutritious homemade food in the tiffin of your ward on the same day. Also, send table mat & apron in the carry bag of your ward.

Circular No. 40 For Cambridge Students Dear Parents Kindly note that the regular classes for Cambridge English Language Assessment for the next level Exam will commence from 14th October, 2019 (Monday) from 8:00 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. The students who are coming in Autos/Vans will join the class at 8:15 a.m. if they can’t reach at 8:00 a.m.

Circular No. 41 I to XII Dear Parents 1. The school will remain closed on 19th October, 2019 (Saturday) on account of Orientation Programme for teachers. 2. The registration and admission for the new session is already in progress. You may meet the undersigned for the same.

CIRCULAR NO. 42 I-III Dear Parents 1. As we have already started with the classes for the preparation of Cambridge English Language Assessment. Parents who are interested for their ward to appear in this exam must deposit the fee to the class incharge by 23rd October, 2019 (Wednesday). Late entries will not be entertained. Kindly ignore if already paid. 2. The school is organizing an Eco - Sensitive Diwali on 24th & 25th October, 2019. On this occasion following competitions will be conducted in the school premises: (i) Intra Class Diya and Candle Decoration Competition on 24th October, 2019 (Thursday). (ii) Inter class Cleanliness & Class Decoration Competition on 25th October, 2019 (Friday). You are requested to send Diya / Candle, decoration material & rangoli colours for your ward by 22nd October, 2019 (Tuesday).

Circular No. 33 I to XII Dear Parents (i) The students will have holidays on 1st & 2nd October, 2019 on account of evaluation of answer sheets and preparation of Half Yearly Result & Gandhi Jayanti. (ii) The classes for next term will begin from 3rd Oct, 2019 (Thursday) and the timings will be 8:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. till 7th Oct., 2019 (Monday). Regular school timings will come in effect from 9th Oct., 2019 (Wednesday). Attendance is compulsory for all the students. (iii) The students will have a holiday on 8th October, 2019 (Tuesday) on account of Dussehra. However, the school office will remain open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Circular No. 32 Pre-Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents (i) The exam which is to be held on 30th Sept, 2019 (Monday) will now be conducted on 27th Sept, 2019 (Friday). (ii) The students will have holidays from 28th Sept, 2019 (Saturday) to 2nd Oct, 2019 (Wednesday) on account of evaluation of answer sheets and preparation of Half Yearly result. (iii) Regular classes for next term will begin from 3rd Oct, 2019 (Thursday) and the school timings will be as usual. Attendance is compulsory for all the students.

Pre – Nsy. to III Dear Parents 1. Kindly deposit the Half Yearly Examination Fee Rs. 400/- along with the Monthly Fee of September, 2019 (by 10th Sept., 2019). 2. The students will have a holiday on 5th September, 2019 (Thursday) on account of Teachers’ Day. However, school office will remain open.

Circular No. 30 P.Nsy - K.G. Dear Parents The school is celebrating Gurpurab to mark the Parkash Utsav of Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji on 30th August, 2019 (Friday). You may send your ward dressed up in the attire of Panj Pyara on the same day.

Circular No. 29 P.Nsy - XII Dear Parents Security and safety of the school children is our prime concern. As you are well aware that kidnapping of children is rampant these days. Thus, to ensure their safety, your co-operation is expected for the safe transportation of Buses/ Vans/ Autos hired by you. The guidelines for safety have already been circulated to the students as well as drivers. You are requested to keep a personal check on the drivers and also make sure that all the instructions mentioned below are followed for students’ safety: 1. All drivers are instructed not to stop on the way for any reason when ferrying the school children. 2. No driver will hand over the child to anyone on the way. He will drop the child to parents at home. 3. Parents/ Drivers should not stop/wait outside the school gate after dropping/ picking the students. 4. Children are to be instructed not to talk to the strangers or accept any eatables from them. 5. Children should not pester the drivers to stop the van/bus on the way for any reason or get down at any place other than their house. 6. Children who use their own conveyance/ go alone must go home straight from school. 7. Parents are requested not to come to school with their face covered. The child will not be handed over to any other person except parents or guardians. 8. Parents should follow the formal dress code when come to school.

Circular No. 28 P.Nsy - K.G. Dear Parents i) The school is celebrating the festival of Janamashtami on 22nd August, 2019 (Thursday). You may send your ward dressed up as Krishna, Radha, Balram, Sudama, Gop-Gopi etc. on the same day. ii) Also send a decorated matki for the celebrations in the school. iii) Bindi Pasting activity will also be done in the classes. So, you are requested to send some stone bindis and sparkle tubes positively by tomorrow.

Pre-Nsy. to XII Dear Parents 1. It is to bring into the kind notice of all parents that the visiting hours to meet the undersigned (Principal) is 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon on all working days. 2. All the parents are requested to meet her as per the given timings to discuss the progress of their ward instead of discussing other irrelevant matters. The parents not following the above mentioned time schedule may not be entertained due to her other engagements. 3. There will be a holiday on 17th April, 2019 (Wednesday) on account of Mahavir Jayanti. However, the school office will remain open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Class: K.G. Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 2nd April, 2019 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to give the result of Annual Examination. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6000/-) + Monthly Fee (r 2000/-) & Conveyance Charges (if availing the school bus facility) for the month of April, 2019 with the Class Teacher on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 20th March, 2019 (Wednesday) to 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for I std. will start from 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) and the school timings will be as follows Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 2:30 p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m to 1:30 p.m. • Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 5. You are requested to deposit the complete bag of your ward on 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday) between 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to the new class Incharge. You may also interact with her about the important details of your ward. The books and note-books should be covered. 6. The students must bring a carry bag for daily use. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 7. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 8. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Class: P.Nsy & Nsy Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 2nd April, 2019 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to give the result of Annual Examination. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6000/-) + Monthly Fee (r 2000/-) & Conveyance Charges (if availing the school bus facility) for the month of April, 2019 with the Class Teacher on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 20th March, 2019 (Wednesday) to 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for Nursery & K.G. will start from 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) and the school timings will be as follows: Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 1:00 p.m. Saturday Holiday 5. You are requested to deposit the complete bag of your ward on 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday) along with one set of civil dress between 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. to the new class Incharge. You may also interact with her about the important details of your ward. The books and note-books should be covered. 6. The students must bring a carry bag for daily use. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 7. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 8. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Class: V Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 2nd April, 2019 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to give the result of Annual Examination. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6000/-) + Monthly Fee (r 2905/-) & Conveyance Charges (if availing the school bus facility) for the month of April, 2019 with the Class Teacher on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 23rd March, 2019 (Saturday) to 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for VI std. will start from 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) and the school timings will be as follows Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 2:40 p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m to 1:30 p.m. • Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 5. You can interact with the new class incharge of your ward on 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday) between 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. You may also share the important details of your ward with her. 6. The students must bring their books and notebooks in their big bags as per the following schedule so that their bags do not get heavy on the very first day. All books and note-books should be covered. 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) English, Mathematics, Science & Computer 5th April, 2019 (Friday) Social Science, Hindi, Punjabi, Moral Science, G.K. & Art/Craft 7. Big Bags of Class VI onwards students will not be retained in the school. Students must keep the books and notebooks at home after being checked by the teachers. They must bring books & notebooks in their carry bags as per the time table. 8. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 9. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 10. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Class: VI Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 2nd April, 2019 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to give the result of Annual Examination. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6000/-) + Monthly Fee (r 2975/-) & Conveyance Charges (if availing the school bus facility) for the month of April, 2019 with the Class Teacher on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 23rd March, 2019 (Saturday) to 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for VII std. will start from 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) and the school timings will be as follows Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 2:40 p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m to 1:30 p.m. • Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 5. You can interact with the new class incharge of your ward on 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday) between 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. You may also share the important details of your ward with her. 6. The students must bring their books and notebooks in their big bags as per the following schedule so that their bags do not get heavy on the very first day. All books and note-books should be covered. 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) English, Mathematics, Science & Computer 5th April, 2019 (Friday) Social Science, Hindi, Punjabi, Moral Science, G.K. & Art/Craft 7. Big Bags of Class VI onwards students will not be retained in the school. Students must keep the books and notebooks at home after being checked by the teachers. They must bring books & notebooks in their carry bags as per the time table. 8. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 9. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 10. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Class: VII Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 2nd April, 2019 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to give the result of Annual Examination. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6000/-) + Monthly Fee (r 3065/-) & Conveyance Charges (if availing the school bus facility) for the month of April, 2019 with the Class Teacher on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 23rd March, 2019 (Saturday) to 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for VIII std. will start from 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) and the school timings will be as follows Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 2:40 p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m to 1:30 p.m. • Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 5. You can interact with the new class incharge of your ward on 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday) between 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. You may also share the important details of your ward with her. 6. The students must bring their books and notebooks in their big bags as per the following schedule so that their bags do not get heavy on the very first day. All books and note-books should be covered. 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) English, Mathematics, Science & Computer 5th April, 2019 (Friday) Social Science, Hindi, Punjabi, Moral Science, G.K. & Art/Craft 7. Big Bags of Class VI onwards students will not be retained in the school. Students must keep the books and notebooks at home after being checked by the teachers. They must bring books & notebooks in their carry bags as per the time table. 8. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 9. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 10. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Class: VIII Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 2nd April, 2019 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. to give the result of Annual Examination. 2. You are requested to deposit Development Fund (r 6000/-) + Monthly Fee (r 3220/-) & Conveyance Charges (if availing the school bus facility) for the month of April, 2019 with the Class Teacher on the same day. 3. The students will have holidays from 23rd March, 2019 (Saturday) to 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday). However, the school office will remain open during the holidays. 4. The new session for IX std. will start from 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) and the school timings will be as follows Monday to Friday 8:15 a.m to 2:40 p.m. Saturday 8:15 a.m to 1:30 p.m. • Last Saturday of every month will be a holiday for the students. 5 . You can interact with the new class incharge of your ward on 3rd April, 2019 (Wednesday) between 12:30 p.m. and 2:00 p.m. You may also share the important details of your ward with her. 6. The students must bring their books and notebooks in their big bags as per the following schedule so that their bags do not get heavy on the very first day. All books and note-books should be covered. 4th April, 2019 (Thursday) English, Mathematics, Science & Computer 5th April, 2019 (Friday) Social Science, Hindi, Punjabi, Moral Science, G.K. & Art/Craft 7. Big Bags of Class VI onwards students will not be retained in the school. Students must keep the books and notebooks at home after being checked by the teachers. They must bring books & notebooks in their carry bags as per the time table. 8. Please write Admission Number, Name, Class & Section on all the belongings of your ward. 9. The students must come to school in school uniform. It is compulsory to wear school I-CARD. 10. Parents are requested to go through the school Message Book carefully, fill its initial pages and paste the photograph where required.

Pre Nsy. to XII Dear Parents • The school timings for all the students on 28th February, 2019 (Thursday) will be from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. • There will be a holiday on 4th March, 2019 (Monday) on account of Maha Shivratri.

For K.G. Dear Parents 1. There will be Intra Class Spell-Bee Competition for the students on 13th February, 2019 (Wednesday). You can make your ward learn the vocabulary words from English Book (Lesson 6 to 10) for the competition. 2. There will also be Intra Class Handwriting Competition for the students on 15th February, 2019 (Friday). So give practice to your ward at home for the same.

Pre-Nsy to K.G. Dear Parents The school timings on 4th February, 2019 (Monday) will be 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon.

Pre – Nsy. - XII Dear Parents You are requested to deposit fee for the month of February and March, 2019 together before 10th February, 2019 alongwith the examination fee Rs 400/.

FOR PARTICIPANTS Dear Parents Your ward is participating in Republic Day Celebrations-2018 to be held on 26th January, 2018 (Friday) in the school premises. He/She will come dressed up from home on the same day with complete makeup and the school timings will be 8:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.

Dear Parents 1. All the students must come to school on 26th January, 2019 (Saturday) smartly dressed up in white uniform along with tricolour badge for the celebration of Republic Day. The school timings will be 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon. 2. All the participants of Republic Day Celebrations will come dressed up from home on the same day with complete makeup. 3. The students who are taking part in Face Painting Competition will report in the school sharp at 8:00 a.m. on the same day. 4. Students may come without school bag but may bring tiffin and water bottle.

For Classes I-VIII Dear Parents 1. All the students must come to school on 26th January, 2019 (Saturday) smartly dressed up in white uniform along with tricolour badge for the celebration of Republic Day. The school timings will be 8:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon. 2. All the participants of Republic Day Celebrations will come dressed up from home on the same day with complete makeup. 3. The students who are taking part in Face Painting Competition will report in the school sharp at 8:00 a.m. on the same day. 4. Students may come without school bag but may bring tiffin and water bottle.

IX to XII Dear Parents 1. Kindly note the changes in school timings w.e.f. 21st January, 2019 (Monday): Monday to Friday P. Nsy to K.G. : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. I to III : 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. IV to X : 8:45 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. XI & XII : 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy to K.G. : Holiday I to XII : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 2. There will be an Interactive Session of the students with the Chairman cum Director of the school on 21st January, 2019 (Monday) from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in the school premises. The meeting has been specially arranged to counsel and guide them for their further studies. Make sure your ward remains present in the school on the same day.

P. Nsy to XII Dear Parents 1. The school is organizing Lohri Fair on 11th January, 2019 (Friday) in the school premises. The students will have fun in celebrating Lohri festival with different stalls of fun games and eatables arranged for students in the school. 2. The students may come dressed up in Punjabi attire on the same day. 3. There will be around 30 stalls of fun games and eatables which will cost Rs. 20/- to Rs. 50/- each. Students may bring money in the school to enjoy the fair. 4. Students may deposit the amount to the class in charge to buy the coupons for the fair by 8th Jan., 2019 (Tuesday). The Jumbo Packs have also been introduced for the students in which they can relish number of things on reasonable charges. It is advisable for the parents from P.Nsy to III to pay for Jumbo Pack as children may not be that smart to manage with their money. 5. The Details of Jumbo Packs for the students are as follows: Jumbo Kid Pack (P. Nsy to K.G.) Rs. 200/- Jumbo Junior Pack (I to III) Rs. 250/- Jumbo Senior Pack (IV to XII) Rs. 300/- D.J. Party | Photo Corner - Picto Booth| Kite Flying | Halloween House | Feed The Clown | Tye – Tye Fish | Let Fish Hooked On | Lottery | Ring Toss | Tambola | Musical Chair | Nail Art |Tattoo| Bangles Stall |Archery| Snakes & Ladders | Marbles| Hit The Pyramid | Hit the Wickets| Food Court | and many more stalls by the school students.

Pre – Nsy. – XII Dear Parents As per the orders of the Deputy Commissioner, Ludhiana the school timings are changed as mentioned below w.e.f. 5th January, 2019 (Saturday) till further information. The students must reach the school by 9:50 a.m.: (Monday to Friday) P.Nsy – K.G. 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. I - X 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. XI & XII 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Saturday) P.Nsy – K.G. Holiday I - XII 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Pre – Nsy. – XII Dear Parents As per the orders of the Deputy Commissioner, Ludhiana the school timings are changed as mentioned below w.e.f. 5th January, 2019 (Saturday) till further information. The students must reach the school by 9:50 a.m.: (Monday to Friday) P.Nsy – K.G. 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. I - X 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. XI & XII 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Saturday) P.Nsy – K.G. Holiday I - XII 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

P. Nsy to IX & XI Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 25th December, 2018 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The students must accompany their parents in school uniform. 2. The students will have holidays from 25th December, 2018 (Tuesday) to 1st January, 2019 (Tuesday). The school will reopen on 2nd January, 2019 (Wednesday). However, the school office will remain open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. during the holidays. WISHING YOU MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR MAY YOUR LIVES BE FILLED WITH PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS

X & XII Dear Parents 1. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 25th December, 2018 (Tuesday) between 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. 2. The students will have holidays from 29th December, 2018 (Saturday) to 1st January, 2019 (Tuesday). The school will reopen on 2nd January, 2019 (Wednesday). However, the school office will remain open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. during the holidays. WISHING YOU MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR MAY YOUR LIVES BE FILLED WITH PROSPERITY AND HAPPINESS

P.Nsy to XII Dear Parents Kindly note that the school timings have been changed w.e.f. 20th November, 2018 (Tuesday). The winter school timings are as follows: Monday to Friday P. Nsy to K.G. : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. I to III : 8:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. IV to X : 8:45 a.m. to 3:10 p.m. XI & XII : 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday P. Nsy to K.G. : Holiday I to XII : 8:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Note : The timings for Extra Coaching Classes will be 3:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. from Monday to Saturday.

Classes IV & V 1. The school is organizing Eco - Sensitive Diwali on 5th November, 2018 (Monday) in the school premises. On this occasion there will be ‘Inter Class Door Hanging (Toran) and Slogan Writing Competition’ for the students. You are requested to send required material for your ward on the same day. 2. The school will remain closed on 3rd Nov., 2018 (Saturday) on account of Orientation Programme for teachers. In lieu of 3rd Nov., 2018, second Saturday (10th Nov., 2018) will be a working day. It is compulsory for all the students (I to XII) to attend school on second Saturday (10th Nov, 2018). P.Nsy to K.G will have a holiday as usual. 3. The school will remain closed on 7th and 8th Nov. 2018(Wednesday & Thursday) on account of Diwali and Vishwakarma Day. The school will start at 9.30 a.m. on 9th Nov, 2018 (Friday) on account of Bhaiya dhooj.

Classes I-III Dear Parents 1. The school is organizing Eco - Sensitive Diwali on 5th November, 2018 (Monday) in the school premises. On this occasion there will be an ‘Intra Class Diya and Candle Decoration Competition’ for the students. You are requested to send diya / candle and decoration material for your ward on the same day. 2. The school will remain closed on 3rd Nov., 2018 (Saturday) on account of Orientation Programme for teachers. In lieu of 3rd Nov., 2018, second Saturday (10th Nov., 2018) will be a working day. It is compulsory for all the students (I to XII) to attend school on second Saturday (10th Nov, 2018). P.Nsy to K.G will have a holiday as usual. 3. The school will remain closed on 7th and 8th Nov. 2018(Wednesday & Thursday) on account of Diwali and Vishwakarma Day. The school will start at 9.30 a.m. on 9th Nov, 2018 (Friday) on account of Bhaiya dhooj.

Dear Parents As you have already been informed that Registration and admission for the session 2019-20 will begin w.e.f 10th October, 2018. I am pleased to inform you that as a part of ongoing Silver Jubilee Celebrations, the Management has slashed the tuition fee for classes P. Nsy to I std. From the new session P. Nsy to I std. monthly fee will be only Rs. 2000 which includes computers and smart class fee. Also this year there will be no fee hike upto V Std. VI to XII Std. only Rs. 150 will be added in the existing fee structure. You may meet the undersigned for admission (classes P.Nsy to IX Std.).

Dear Parents To assess the candidate’s aptitude, their natural orientation or interest, psychometric test will be conducted by Brain Pandits in the school premises. This will facilitate the students to map their minds and evaluate their strengths. Brain Pandits is a team of stalwart psychologists, psychometricians and researchers. The test will be conducted on 22nd October, 2018 (Monday) with technology assisted psychometric assessment tool and the charges are Rs. 300/-. Interested students may deposit the money with the class teacher positively by 15th October, 2018 (Monday).

Dear Parents 1. The arrival timings for the students in school on 17th October, 2018 (Wednesday) will be 9:15 a.m. on account of Durga Ashtami. 2. The school will remain closed on 19th October, 2018 (Friday) on account of Dussehra.

Dear Parents There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting on 20th October, 2018 (Saturday) between 9:00a.m. and 11:30 a.m. The students will have a holiday. However, they must accompany their parents in school uniform.

Dear Parents 1. The Registration and Admission for the New Session (2019-2020) will be starting w.e.f 10th October, 2018 (Wednesday). You may contact the undersigned for the same. 2. You are requested to send your ward in full sleeved shirts and trousers w.e.f. 08th October, 2018 (Monday). Kindly keep the winter uniform ready.

Pre – Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents 1. The school timings for bus students of Pre- Nsy. to K.G. on 23rd October, 2018 (Tuesday) will be from 8:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m and the school timings for other students will be as usual. 2. The school will remain closed on 24th October, 2018 (Wednesday) on account of Valmiki Jayanti.

For XI & XII Dear Parents The school timings of your ward on 18th September, 2018 (Tuesday) will be from 10:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Attendance is compulsory.

For P.Nsy to X Dear Parents The school timings for all the students on 18th September, 2018 (Tuesday) will be from 8:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

V-XII Dear Parents An educational one night tour has been organized to Amritsar on the occasion of Independence Day. The details are as follows:- 14th August, 2018 (Tuesday) : Departure for Amritsar at 2:00 p.m. from school premises • Visit to Golden Temple in the evening. • Night stay at Grand Celebration Resort. 15th August, 2018 (Wednesday) • Brunch at 9:00 a.m. • Visit to Jallianwala Bagh at 10:00 a.m. • Visit to Ram Tirath Temple at 12 noon • Lunch at 2:00 p.m. • Visit to Wagah Border at 4:00 p.m. to celebrate Independence Day with soldiers of the Indian Army. • Dinner at 8:00 p.m. • Return to Ludhiana at 11:30 p.m. You are requested to drop and pick your ward from the school premises. The charges are Rs.2000/- per student. Kindly send your consent for the same and deposit the charges with the class teacher before 31st July, 2018 (Tuesday).

P.Nsy. to K.G. Dear Parents The school is organizing “Green Day & Plantation Drive” on the occasion of “Van Mahotsav” on 17th July, 2018 (Tuesday). On this day, students may come dressed up in green attire as plants, trees, green vegetables, earth etc. He/She should also speak few lines on plants and trees or according to their costume .They may also bring green vegetable in their tiffin. You are requested to send the saplings of the following plants for the plantation drive on the same day. 1. Christmas tree (क्रिसमस वृक्ष ) 2. Purple Dome Aster (बैंगनी डोम एस्टर ) 3. Kangy Palm ¼kMGaI pama½ 4. Fish Tail Palm 5. Bottle Palm 6. Areca Palm (सुपारी ताड़) 7. Winter Cherry (ASvagaMQaa) 8. Rabish Palm (जंगली ताड़) 9. Postal Palm 10. Croton Plant 11. Agronomia Plant 12. China Palm 13. Rexona Palm 14. Sepal Plant

I to III Dear Parents The school is organizing “Green Day & Plantation Drive” on the occasion of “Van Mahotsav” on 17th July, 2018 (Tuesday).They may also bring green vegetable in their tiffin. You are requested to send the saplings of the following plants for the plantation drive on the same day. 1. Christmas tree (क्रिसमस वृक्ष ) 2. Purple Dome Aster (बैंगनी डोम एस्टर ) 3. Kangy Palm ¼kMGaI pama½ 4. Fish Tail Palm 5. Bottle Palm 6. Areca Palm (सुपारी ताड़) 7. Winter Cherry (ASvagaMQaa) 8. Rabish Palm (जंगली ताड़) 9. Postal Palm 10. Croton Plant 11. Agronomia Plant 12. China Palm 13. Rexona Palm 14. Sepal Plant

IV to XII Dear Parents The school is organizing “Plantation Drive” on the occasion of “Van Mahotsav” on 18th July, 2018 (Wednesday) to teach the students about the importance of environment. You are requested to send the saplings of the following plants for the plantation drive on the same day. 1. Christmas tree (क्रिसमस वृक्ष ) 2. Purple Dome Aster (बैंगनी डोम एस्टर ) 3. Kangy Palm ¼kMGaI pama½ 4. Fish Tail Palm 5. Bottle Palm 6. Areca Palm (सुपारी ताड़) 7. Winter Cherry (ASvagaMQaa) 8. Rabish Palm (जंगली ताड़) 9. Postal Palm 10. Croton Plant 11. Agronomia Plant 12. China Palm 13. Rexona Palm 14. Sepal Plant

I-VIII Dear Parents 1. Please note that the Periodic Test -2 for classes I to VIII will be conducted in two parts i.e. Class Test-1 & Class Test – 2. 2. The marks of the Class Tests will be included in the assessment of Half Yearly Examination. 3. Make sure your ward remains present on the day of Class Tests as absentees will not be re-examined. 4. The Class Tests will be conducted in their own subject period so no half day leave will be sanctioned. 5. The schedule for Class Test-1 is as follows: 17.07.2018 Tuesday English Hindi S.Science 19.07.2018 Thursday Maths Science Maths 21.07.2018 Saturday Science S. Science Science 24.07.2018 Tuesday Hindi Punjabi Hindi 26.07.2018 Thursday S. Science Maths English 28.07.2018 Saturday Punjabi English Punjabi

P. NSY. – K.G. Dear Parents The World Chocolate Day will be celebrated tomorrow i.e. 6th July, 2018 (Friday) in the school premises. You are requested to send eggless chocolate cupcakes, cookies, doughnuts, pastries, pudding, chocolate dipped fruits, chocolate shake etc. with the tiffin of your ward on the same day.

P.Nsy-VIII Dear Parents 1. The school will remain closed for Summer Vacation from 28th May, 2018 (Monday) to 4th July, 2018 (Wednesday). The school will reopen on 5th July, 2018 (Thursday). However, the school office will remain open from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. during the holidays. 2. There will be a Parent Teacher Meeting for classes P. Nsy. to VIII on 2nd June, 2018 (Saturday) from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

P.NSY to K.G. Dear Parents The school is organising ‘Mango Day’ for the tiny tots on 25th May, 2018 (Friday). You are requested to send some chopped mangoes in their tiffin with fork on the same day. You may also send some mango dishes. Kindly send your ward dressed up as mango or in any yellow colour costume. He / She may bring yellow balloons or stickers etc. to decor the class room. Please make him / her learn a poem or a short speech related to the mango on the same day.

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Pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi-The Father of Nation

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana observed Martyrs’ Day virtually to pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi-The Father of Nation and to honour other martyrs and soldiers who sacrificed their life defending the sovereignty of the nation. A special virtual morning assembly started by paying tribute to Mahatma Gandhi followed by his favourite prayer songs “Hey Ram & Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram”. The inspirational thoughts of Gandhi reverberated in the assembly. A Power Point Presentation on the life of Mahatma Gandhi showing his trials and tribulations and relentless efforts in the Indian Freedom Struggle and contribution to nation building was shown through live streaming. The students and staff members also observed silence prayer to pay tribute to the Father of the Nation. A Short Documentary on the life of Mahatma Gandhi was shown which presented his trials and tribulations and relentless efforts in the Indian Freedom Struggle. The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara paid homage to Gandhi Ji and other martyrs who fought for the freedom, glory, welfare and progress of our nation. She gave a message on the principles of Bapu ji and added that this day is chosen to honour our brave martyrs who laid their lives for the country and we can never forget the contribution of our brave leaders who braced the storm of the British Raj and ushered in the dawn of freedom. Further, she stressed on the need for values in the present scenario and inspired the students to take a pledge to make this world a better place for all. She said that special emphasis is laid on patriotic values in Chain of Green Land Schools by organising various activities to impart messages given by our martyrs and make students realise value of sacrifices made by Indians for the pride and honour of the nation. The virtual congregation concluded with the soul stirring and motivational song “Ae mere watan ke logo”.

Hindi Diwas

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the students and the teachers organized An Online Doha Recitation, Hindi Slogan writing and Declamation Contest on the occasion of "Hindi Diwas" with much enthusiasm. It's aim was to pay tribute to the official language of India. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent song – “Hum hain Hindustani, Hindi bhasha humko pyari hai" to mark the importance of the country’s most widely spoken language. The school organized a plethora of activities for different age groups to ensure mass participations followed by "Doha Gayan Activity" for the students of classes IV and V in which the young novices participated enthusiastically and presented dohas of Kabirdas, Rahim and Tulsidas like: “rihmana Qaagaa p`oma ka, ‘jaOsaI pro saao saih rho kih rhIma yah doh’, ‘gau$ gaaoivaMd dao] KD,o, kako laagaUM paya’ etc. The students of classes VI to VIII participated in Slogan Writing Activity in which they inspired to stay safe from Covid-19, Importance of Education, Importance of Hindi etc. The students pledged to safeguard their national language. Continuing the spirit to spread awareness and adding more fervor to the celebrations, the students exhibited their sentiments through ingenious and thought provoking speeches on the significance of Hindi the national language. The best startling and astounding pictures and videos- of doing the activity were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. Our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Hindi is not only our national language but it is a symbol of national identity and pride. Hindi threads us into the thread of emotional unity. She articulated that today, the number of Hindi speakers in the world is increasing day by day. She further talked about the importance of language and said that a language always keeps the people United and said that the biggest example in history is that of British on India left the impact of English on us. So, we must respect our national and mother language and never forget it. She appreciated the efforts of parents, students for working with diligence and zeal. On the whole, Hindi Diwas celebrations galvanized students and parents about safeguarding our national language.

Paid obeisance to ‘Guru Ravidas Ji’

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana paid obeisance to ‘Guru Ravidas Ji’ on his birth anniversary. The event started with teachers and students paying floral tribute to the portrait of preacher-philosopher Guru Ravidas who emphasised on the values of harmony, equality and compassion, which are central to India’s culture and ethos. On this auspicious day, insightful teachings of Guru Ravidas were recited in the form of shabads and bhajans, which made the whole environment religious and pious. The students also delivered speeches on the life history of Guru Ravidas Ji, his contributions and teachings. The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, paid floral tribute to Guru Ravidas Ji. She described Him as a social religious reformer, a philosopher and Theosophist who propagated society to come out of shackles of caste, creed and colour which sets the path of ideal and virtuous living, universal humanism and the oneness of mankind. She further added that like Guru Ji we all should live a life of simplicity and piety. If we follow His teachings sincerely we can build a better world. The programme concluded with the distribution of Prasad among the students and staff.

Celebrated International Women’s Day

“A woman is a symbol of love, God’s finest and beautiful creation”. Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated International Women’s Day in its school premises with great show and pomp to recognise the contribution and significance of the women in the society. The programme began with an invocation seeking God’s blessings and welcome of the revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. The celebrations were followed by a Power Point presentation depicting the power of women not only entertained all, but made them realize the prodigious power women have. The well-regarded Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara addressed the teachers and spoke about what level of efficiency women can exhibit if given opportunity. She asked them to feel proud they are women- mother, daughter, officer, doctor and capable of holding every kind of executive role. While highlighting the qualities of women, beginning from each alphabet of the word ‘WOMAN’, she said that it is the day to acknowledge all women folk in the world for making this world a better place for everyone to live in. Over-all, It was an occasion for the members of the Green Land Family to pause for a moment and reflect on themselves, to appreciate how much has been in the field of gender equality.

Celebrated the festival of Basant Panchami

“Life is to learn. May Goddess Saraswati's divine blessings help you learn and pass the life's tests with ease.” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the festival of Basant Panchami with religious fervor and enthusiasm. The school ambience was filled with jubilation while celebrating Basant – the festival marking the start of spring and Holi Seasons. The children arrived dressed in radiant shades of yellow, which is both the colour of Spring and that associated with Goddess Saraswati, the goddess of learning who is worshipped on the occasion with all devotion. The spring of joy took over when a prayer ceremony worshipping Goddess Saraswati was led by offerings of spring flowers by all the students & staff of the school. A special congregation was held on this day. It started with the children and teachers singing ‘Saraswati Vandana’. This was followed by a presentation on the various aspects of the festival. Children carried their books with them to attain the blessings of ‘Maa Saraswati’. They also learnt about the importance of showing respect to books as they are repositories of wisdom and knowledge. The assembly concluded with an inspirational song which was sung by the students. To make it a joyful day, Pre-primary wing of the school buzzed with various activities. Dal Pasting Activity was organized for tiny tots. The students sought blessings from the Goddess of Knowledge. Yellow gaudy costumes and traditional jewellery worn by tiny tots caught the eyes of the beholders. Students enjoyed ‘Yellow Day’ as it signifies cheerfulness, wisdom, auspiciousness and intellectuality, is a symbol of spring. Students brought a delicious savoury yellow in their tiffin as well and enjoyed their nutritional meal while dining together. The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara motivated the students to be progressive learners, setting big goals and putting dedicated efforts as a promising and flourishing human harvest. She said that the Basant means spring and Panchami is the fifth day of the spring season. As per religious beliefs, worshipping the Goddess brings enlightenment of knowledge, get us rid of lethargy, sluggishness and slumber. She also emphasized on maximum plantation for healthy environment. She wished the staff members and students and said that as harsh winter ends and mustard flowers bloom, may everyone’s life sees no more tough time or any gloom. On the whole, it was a day filled with religious feelings among students. The celebrations concluded with distribution of Prasad amongst all.

Clebrated Lohri – the harvest festival of Punjab

“As the fire of Lohri flourishes, Let us hope that all our sorrows end with it. Let the glory of the festival fill our lives with happiness.” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated Lohri – the harvest festival of Punjab along with the young Green Knights virtually as well as in school premises with a lot of exuberance and funfair. With a view to add vibrancies to the occasion of Lohri, a plethora of activities along with a cultural program was organized for the students. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent prayer – “Father we thank thee” which was followed by speeches and a powerpoint presentation which highlighted the importance of the festival of Lohri, which ushers in the cheerful spring season bidding adieu to the dull winter.The school organized a plethora of activities for different age groups to ensure mass participations followed by Bonfire Making Activity for the tiny tots of Pre. Nursery to K.G in which the young novices participated enthusiastically. The tiny tots while in their homes got together through Team App and made bonfire using colourful paper and dry leaves. The toddlers followed teacher's instructions and their efforts proved to be a drop in the ocean. Some of the students came dressed up as Punjabi Gabrus and Mutiars and gave spectacular performances during the live streaming. The students of classes I to V participated in Kite Making and Card Making Activity in which they reused the newspapers and made beautiful eco-friendly kites and gave the message of Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. The creativity of the students left every onlooker astounded. The students also displayed their graphic ideas in Card Making Activity. The greeting cards were decorated with various materials such as stickers, bindis, lace, kundan work, beads, metallic paints, glitter powders, sequences etc. The cards were judged based on design, materials used, skill and presentation. The students of class VI to VIII participated in Lohri Thali Decoration Competition to boost up the preparation for the celebration of the upcoming festival. The students decorated thalis using eco-friendly material like flowers, rice, peanuts, gachak etc. To add creative outlook, some of the girls participated in Popcorn Garland Making Activity and showed off beautiful necklaces. A special arrangement of bonfire for the classes IX to XII was made in the school campus in which all teachers and students sat together by strictly following the social distancing and enjoyed the function. The celebration was initiated by illuminating the sacred bonfire by the School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, staff members and students giving a fresh start to the first month of New Year i.e. ‘Maaghi’ The folk songs and dances added the colour and festive spirit in everyone’s heart and well depicted the significance of this festival. The children had a gala time as they danced around the holy bonfire and offered their prayers for the prosperity of the nation. As kite flying is a rage during Lohri, the students enjoyed flying beautifully designed kites like miniatures or big kites with dragons faces and of different shapes in an attempt to keep their kites airborne for as long as possible. The staff and the students relished traditional food such as ground nuts, rewaris and gachaks. Speaking on the occasion, the revered Principal of the school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara shared the famous folklore- the story of Dula Bhatti who was also called Robin Hood, with the students. She hoped that the coming year would bring happiness in the lives of the students and teachers as well. She emphasized that Lohri festival prompts people to be thankful for God’s provision and also encouraged teachers to play a vital role to keep the tradition and culture alive in our festivities. She said that such festivals and celebrations help us to preserve our culture, traditions and customs. She added that the school holds the responsibility to educate them about the festivals by engaging them in fun activities. She hoped that the coming year would bring happiness in the lives of the students and teachers as well. She emphasized that Lohri festival prompts people to be thankful for God’s provision and also encouraged teachers to play a vital role to keep the tradition and culture alive in our festivities. On the whole, the celebrations rose to its boom and grandeur which filled the days with fun and religious fervor. The mood was uplifting as the flames crackled to break the chill of dusk.

Celebrated the Parkash Utsav of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the Parkash Utsav of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji with devotion and reverence. The spiritual ambience of the devotional chants was attended by all the children virtually as well as in the school premises. The main motive to celebrate this day was to assert the values, morals, principles and teachings of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. “Blessed, blessed is the Knower of the Lord, my True Guru, He has taught me to look upon friend and foe alike.” to observe this auspicious occasion, a special morning assembly was organized to mark the Parkash Utsav of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The students narrated His life history and contribution for humanity through a power point presentation. The teachers narrated the life history and martyrdom details of Guru Ji through a power point presentation. On this occasion, the students of grade X presented a melodious shabad kirtan bringing out the importance of the day. The whole ambience of the school was filled with the humming of holy hymns. The students were virtually told about the life and teachings of Guru Gobind Singh Ji through the emphatic speech remembering the great sacrifices done by our Guru Ji. The students presented a beautiful rendition of Ek Onkar and other shabads which were appreciated by one and all present. The students along with Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara paid a floral tribute to our Guru- Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. Speaking on the occasion, our most cherished Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara inspired the students to incorporate the teachings of Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji in their life and respect their elders. She also spread the message of harmony and oneness and advised the students to pray daily to improve concentration. She said that in today’s busy life people are drifting away from many things including devotion. She told that we should follow the path of righteousness and should always be ready to sacrifice our lives for the welfare of mankind. On the whole, the premises seemed to be pristine and possessed a sense of eternity all around.

Virtual “BRICS Math Online Competition 2020

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized virtual “BRICS Math Online Competition 2020 for the students of Class I to XII” under the aegis of CBSE-Centre of Excellence with an aim to cultivate interest in Mathematics and develop logical reasoning skills, as well to unite children from different countries. “The beauty of mathematics only shows itself to more patient followers.” Keeping it in view, the teachers gave important guidelines to the students. They guided the students to enter their correct names in their BRICS Math profile while accessing the website to receive certificates with their correct names. The competition was held online on the website www.bricsmath.com which was completely free of cost. The said test was held in two rounds-Trial Round and Main round. Trial Round gave the students an opportunity to practice & solve the tasks an unlimited number of times. In the main round, students were given 60 minutes to complete the test. The competition consisted of 10 colourful interactive mathematics tasks. The tasks on logical and spatial thinking do not require an in-depth knowledge of the school mathematics books. More than 60 students participated and performed exceptionally well in the said competition and received their certificates. Sameer Thind and Shubhit Sidhu of Class X and Sana Rana of Class VII achieved Certificate of Achievement & Certificate of Winner by scoring perfect 80 out 0f 80 in less than twenty and twenty-five minutes respectively. The esteemed Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, appreciated the continuous efforts of CBSE to promote holistic development of a child. She said that the ability to reason logically and present opinions in authentic and captivating ways is an ability that is becoming increasingly important in today’s world. In Maths, students learn that, with proper reasoning, they can arrive at outcomes that they can completely be true in a wide variety of real-life perspectives. She inspired the students to participate in such competitions in future as well to keep their knowledge up-to-date. On the whole, it was altogether a fruitful event for all. It was a great learning experience for the young learners.

The Virtual Grand Christmas Celebrations 2020

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organised the most anticipated celebrations of year- The Virtual Grand Christmas Celebrations with great fervor and vivacity. The Students from classes P. Nsy. To VIII were appeared to be pouring in to enjoy the virual event in multitude. The Christmas celebrations included various child friendly activities like X-Mas Tree Decoration, Christmas Mask Craft, Card Making Activity, Christmas Carols Singing, Christmas Snow Globes, Snowman Making Activity etc.The school was decorated with holy wreaths, stars, balloons & festoons. A special morning assembly was organised for the young Green Knights in which the teachers talked about the importance of Christmas and shared stories about the sacrifices of Jesus Christ for humanity. They emphasized the importance of caring and sharing and spreading goodness all around. The students were amazed to watch the pre. recorded video of school choir singing Christmas carols in the praise of Lord Jesus Christ.The harmonious compositions pleased the mind & soul and soothed the conscience. It was followed by the announcement of rules and regulations of pre. planned Christmas activities. The students of Pre. Nursery to IIIrd participated in X-Mass Tree Decoration activity, Mask Making Activity and Card Making Activity. The little stars of the Green Land Family used glittering stars, shining balls, colurful sticks etc. to decorate their trees. They also prepared Santa Masks using recycled papers. It was followed by the singing of christams carols. Some students prepared Christmas Greeting Cards which displayed beautiful meassages and gave to their family members. The joyful and wonderful dance performances by tiny tots during online class proved to be an icing on the cake. Tiny tots of Pre. Nursery wing were dressed up in Santa Claus and charming fairies. They were all bustling with cheer & energy. The performance of Anvi, Sukhmani Kaur, Pranav Sharma, Danish, Aviraj, Sourav and Jaspreet Singh in the activities which was worth admiring. It was truly an amazing spectacle as the magic of the festive season was recreated in the virtual classes. The students of classes IV to VIII participated in Christmas Carols Singing, Christmas Snow Globes and Snowman Making Activity. The activity began with the energetic dance by kids on ”Jingle bell, Jingle bell”. The students enthralled the students with Christmas Carols which were presented with grace and charm through their videos .The virtual vibrant performance of the children thrilled and captivated their teachers. In another activity, the students prepared snow globes and Snow Man using cotton and decorative items. The said activities highlighted the student’s creativity and ingenuity as they worked at a frenetic pace and innovatively displayed their presentation with a riot of colours. The students shared their two enthralling pictures and videos of performance of doing activity with their class incharges. Speaking on the occasion, our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara extended her felicitations to the students and the staff on Christmas. She said that this kind of exposure develops marketing and creative skills in students. She, further, elaborated that this festival teaches us to be thankful for God’s abundant blessings and love and appreciate His creations. She added it was a pleasure to witness the festivity and galore which made the whole environment lively and colourful! Overall it was a boisterous triumph and jubilant way of ushering in the Christmas celebration.

Celebrated birthday of Chairman Dr. Rajesh Rudhra

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated birthday of Chairman Dr. Rajesh Rudhra with great show and pomp. It was a joyful occasion where the Green Land family came together to greet and wish Chairman Sir virtually. Even though the students couldn’t meet him personally to make him feel special but they were still successful in making his day special virtually. The celebrations started with a virtual prayer service in which the talented lasses of Green Land family wished Sir through an enthralling song cum dance performance. It was followed by the virtual greetings, wishes and speeches from our students in which they extended birthday wishes to Sir and spoke a few words about Sir’s qualities and how he manages everything so gratefully in difficult situations. The students recorded their short videos while expressing their love and concern for Sir and submitted to their class incharges which was later combined by IT Department and presented to Sir. The Children showed their love and gratitude through a small virtual program and a presentation. Great zeal was visible among the students and staff members. Each class did its bit in making this day a special one for their Chairman Sir. Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman, Chain of Green Land School was so touched with the efforts put forth by the school staff and students. He thanked each and everyone for making his day special and indeed a different and memorable one. Speaking on the occassion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the leadership style of Chairman Sir is one of the best one can think of. He is always on the lookout for the best in terms of the welfare of your students and the Green Land Family as a whole. She, on behalf of the students and staff members thanked sir for all the support he has given us to be a part of this wonderful Green Land Family. On the whole, The celebrations concluded with the Chairman Sir's inspiring message.

Virtual Armed Forces Flag Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana observed Virtual Armed Forces Flag Day along with the tiny tots to honour the martyrs and the men in uniform who serve our country. To instill patriotism among the youth, the school held Flag Making Activity for the students of classes Pre. Nursery to III. A special digital morning assembly was organised in which the teachers shared the stories of valour by our brave soldiers to rekindle the pride among the youth of the country. It was followed by Flag Making Activity in which the tiny tots made flags to keep on study table, car etc. Some students wore the flags on their shoulders and sang patriotic songs. They also highlighted that Indian army is the cause for peace in the nation and their contribution is very valuable. Little angels dressed up in the army uniform and recited poems and thanked the courageous and martyed soldiers. The virtual classes were filled with overwhelming patriotism and respect for the nation. The best startling and astounding pictures and videos- while doing the activity and to complete task were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. Our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara appreciated the efforts of the students for remembering our great heroes who sacrificed their lives for their nation and strengthened the national bond among the people. She said that it has become a tradition to commemorate this day as an honour to the soldiers, airmen and sailors of India. She further articulated that that we should always remember our brave soldiers who fought gallantly for the pride of our nation & the security of our citizens. Over all, this pious day filled the hearts of students with feeling of nationalism and patriotism for India. The students pledged to serve the nation in their best capacity. The virtual function concluded with national anthem.

Celebrated the 551st Parkash Utsav of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the students and faculty celebrated the 551st Parkash Utsav of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji with devotion and reverence. The spiritual ambience of the devotional chants was attended by all the children virtually. “O Nanak, the name of Waheguru is like a ship which will take you to your salvation,” to observe this auspicious occasion, a special digital morning assembly was organised to mark birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The teachers explained the life history of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and inspired the students to follow His footsteps. A pre-recorded video of students being dressed up in traditional Sikh attire followed by a demonstration of the customary ‘Prabhat Pheri’ was shown to the students. The children looked very impressive as they were dressed up like Panj Pyaras. It was followed by 'Virtual Kirtan Performance ' by the students of the school. They spread the divine message of harmony, humility and equality through a beautiful rendition of the pious shabad- “Satguru Nanak Pargatiya.”. Our most cherished Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara inspired the students to incorporate the teachings of Sri Guru Nanak Dev Ji in their life and respect their elders. She also spread the message of harmony and oneness and advised the students to pray daily to improve concentration. She said that in today’s busy life people are drifting away from many things including devotion and let us revive the spirit of spirituality which leads us towards purifying our inner self and one should learn from the teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji for healthy and prosperous life.

Ananat Chaturthi

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the little angels and the teachers organized various online competitions on the occasion of “Ananat Chaturthi” with great pomp and gaiety. The students from classes Pre-Nursery to VIII Participated in making of eco-friendly Ganesha, Ganesha Hanging with recycled material, Paper Lotus Throne, Ganesha themed Rangoli and Modak Thali Decoration etc. The day started by seeking the blessings of Lord Ganesha through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent song – “Ganpati Bappa Morya-Agle-Baras-Tu-Jaldi-Aa. ” urging Lord to bestow his power and destroy the invisible enemy-Corona Virus. The school organized a plethora of online activities for different age groups to ensure mass participations followed by eco-friendly Ganesha Making Activity for the tiny tots of K.G. wing in which the young novices participated enthusiastically. The tiny tots while in their homes got together through Teams App and WhatsApp to learn how to make an eco-friendly idol of Lord Ganesha using Play-Doh. The excitement of the children knew no bounds as their class incharges showed them an animated movie about how young Ganesha acquired his trunk which was thoroughly enjoyed by them. The young Green Knights also participated in Ganesha Hanging with recycled CD, Paper Lotus Throne and Ganesha themed Rangoli Making Activity. They made various designs In Rangoli Making Activity decorated with sequins, mirrors, studs and beads. They tried to prove their talent in the best possible way. They made different rangolis depicting beautiful pictures of “Ganesh ji, Kalash, and many other auspicious, traditional as well as modern designs and decorated them with earthen lamps and flowers. In another competition, the students decorated Modak Thalis using eco-friendly material like flowers, rice, clay etc. The best startling and astounding pictures and videos- one while doing the activity and another on completion of the task were shared by parents to their respective class incharges. The criteria for the judgement were presentation, use of material, innovation and overall effect. Our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Lord Ganesha is our Mentor and Protector. He enriches our life by always giving us great beginnings and removing obstacles. She said that today's world has become a global village and celebrations of all kinds showcase the acceptance of cultural diversity, solidarity and patriotism. She articulated that when lord Ganesh, was writing Mahabharata he was filled with pain, agony and anger. Thus to calm his anger, all gods decided to take him for a bath and later to rest. She appreciated the efforst of participants and said that the festivity gets multiplied when children participate with true spirit. Over-all, the self – efforts of students were remarkable and the beauty of creations was filled with aesthetic sense.

National Postal Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the little angels and the teachers celebrated Virtually National Postal Day with much enthusiasm. The main aim of celebration was to aware the students about the role and importance of postal sector in India. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent song – “There shall be Showers of Blessings” urging Lord to protect the world from the invisible Coronavirus. It was followed by a Zero Cost Post-Box Making Activity for the tiny tots of Pre. Nursery to III in which the young novices participated enthusiastically. The excitement of the children knew no bounds as when when the young artists tried their hands on making postbox as demonstrated by their teachers. It was followed by letter writing session in which they wrote letters for their friends and posted those letters in the handmade postbox. The teachers also showed them varieties of stamps and letters, explaining the development of the postal services in the country and asked the students to cultivate a habit of writing letters to friends. Some students also dressed up as a postman and spoke a few lines on the importance and hard duty of a postmaster. The best startling and astounding pictures and videos of the participants - one while doing the activity and another on completion of the task were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. The criteria for the competition were presentation, confidence, innovation and overall effect. Our admired Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that today, the world has become a global village. Communication and information technology play a crucial role in bringing the world close together. She articulated that in recent times when e-mails and SMS have somewhat replaced the conventional system of letters and post cards, the young Green Knights took an effort to enliven this medium of interpersonal communication. She appreciated the efforts of parents, students for working with diligence and zeal and said that the activity was a great step to revive the fallen glory of the postal department. On the whole, It was a great learning experience and a pleasurable day for the children.

Hindi Diwas

“Honour of Hindi is the honour of our Country." Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the students and the teachers organized An Online Doha Recitation, Hindi Slogan writing and Declamation Contest on the occasion of "Hindi Diwas" with much enthusiasm. It's aim was to pay tribute to the official language of India. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent song – “Hum hain Hindustani, Hindi bhasha humko pyari hai" to mark the importance of the country’s most widely spoken language. The school organized a plethora of activities for different age groups to ensure mass participations followed by "Doha Gayan Activity" for the students of classes IV and V in which the young novices participated enthusiastically and presented dohas of Kabirdas, Rahim and Tulsidas like: “rihmana Qaagaa p`oma ka, ‘jaOsaI pro saao saih rho kih rhIma yah doh’, ‘gau$ gaaoivaMd dao] KD,o, kako laagaUM paya’ etc. The students of classes VI to VIII participated in Slogan Writing Activity in which they inspired to stay safe from Covid-19, Importance of Education, Importance of Hindi etc. The students pledged to safeguard their national language. Continuing the spirit to spread awareness and adding more fervor to the celebrations, the students exhibited their sentiments through ingenious and thought provoking speeches on the significance of Hindi the national language. The best startling and astounding pictures and videos- of doing the activity were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. Our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Hindi is not only our national language but it is a symbol of national identity and pride. Hindi threads us into the thread of emotional unity. She articulated that today, the number of Hindi speakers in the world is increasing day by day. She further talked about the importance of language and said that a language always keeps the people United and said that the biggest example in history is that of British on India left the impact of English on us. So, we must respect our national and mother language and never forget it. She appreciated the efforts of parents, students for working with diligence and zeal. On the whole, Hindi Diwas celebrations galvanized students and parents about safeguarding our national language.

Virtual Global Handwashing Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the little angels and the teachers celebrated Virtual Global Handwashing Day with much enthusiasm. The main aim of celebration was to educate kids about the importance of hand washing with the theme "Hand Hygiene For All". The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent song – “Father We thank thee” thanking God for His blessings and asking His help in obeying His will. In an interactive session, the students of Pre. Nursery to V were shown a PowerPoint presentation to encourage them to stay hygienic and keep their hands clean. It was followed by an instructional session in which the students were taught how to use water and soap to effectively protect ourselves from the bacteria and virus. The best startling and astounding pictures and videos of the participants of doing the activity were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. The criteria for the competition was presentation, confidence, innovation and overall effect. Our admired Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the COVID-19 pandemic has provided an important reminder that hand hygiene is a fundamental component to health and development. She said that to beat the virus and ensure good health, there is an immediate need to take action on hand hygiene across all world to respond and control the COVID-19 pandemic. She articulated that proper hand hygiene is often neglected in India. Many people in India don't wash their hands only because they believe that the hands that look clean cannot make them sick. She said that hand washing habits in India need to improve and we must start it with kids who are the most powerful change agents. On the whole, It was a great learning experience and a pleasurable day for the children.

Virtual National Unity Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the young Green Knights and teachers celebrated Virtual National Unity Day to mark 145th birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The main aim of celebration was to unite the people belonging to different castes, religions, ethnicities, regions and speaking different languages. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent song – “There shall be Showers of Blessing” which was followed by Powerpoint presentation and an oath taking ceremony in which the students affirmed their pledge to withstand the actual and potential threats to the unity, integrity and security of India. Taking forward the message of Run for Unity, A Poster Making Competition was organised for the students of classes IX to XII in which the young Green Knights participated enthusiastically. The objective of the competition was to ignite the fire of unity, imagination and creativity in the students. The students participated in the competition with immense zeal and displayed their artistic skills through an array of posters which gave the message of United we stand to our future generations. The best startling and astounding pictures and videos of the participants - one while doing the activity and another on completion of the task were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. The criteria for the competition was presentation, confidence, innovation and overall effect. Our admired Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that we are strong if we are united and will be weak if we are divided. But sadly, the world is a divided place. She said that Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel played a crucial role in the unification of India. She added that Patel worked tirelessly to bring 562 princely states into the fold of the Union of India. She further inspired the students to move in one direction and collectively aim for - One goal i.e “Ek Bharat, Shrestha Bharat”. She appreciated the efforts of parents, students for working with diligence and zeal and said that the activity was a great step to symbolise India's integrity and resolve. On the whole, It was a great learning experience and a pleasurable day for the children

Virtual Halloween Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated ‘Virtual Halloween Day’ with a fun filled exciting fancy dress parade in the Kindergarten wing (Pre-Nursery to K.G. class). The virtual classes turned into a ghoulish delight for the tiny tots. Decking up in ghostly attires and posing as witches, vampires and other evil characters from their favourite fictions, the little angels participated in various activities. Superheroes, Fairies, Witches, Goblins and other interesting characters walked around with a thrill. Expressing their artistic skills, the tiny tots prepared Scary Haloween masks and pumpkin lanterns. In another activity, the little Green Knights made hand print vampires and crayon pumpkins. The children growing grass head pumpkins with their tiny hands was an icing on the cake. Few kids were excited to be in the costumes of their favourite horror characters as Dracula, witch, ghost, Bhoot Boss etc. They spoke a few sentences on the character that they depicted and some of them tried to truly imitate the same. The effort and hard work of children was highly commendable. Revered Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that it was a delight to watch the children speak about their favourite horror character that they were dressed up as. She appreciated the students with their precious pearls of encouragement. She wished good luck to all tiny tots for their future endeavours. On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the little ones and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents. The children had a wonderful time.

Virtually Dussehra

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana, celebrated virtually Dussehra with great fervor and ardour. The primary objective of the entire celebration was to teach the students that no matter how intelligent a person is, his pride will be the reason of his collapse. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent song – “There is only one religion” with a belief in the existence of one God, or in the oneness of God. It was followed by activity like making the effigy of Ravana for the tiny tots of Pre. Nursery to III in which the young novices participated enthusiastically. The tiny tots of Pre-Nsy. to K.G., made small effigies of Ravana to mark Lord Rama’s victory over Ravana and to reinforce the message that good always triumphs over evil. Some students painted their faces as Lord Rama, Lord Hanuman and spoke a few lines on the importance Selflessness, loyalty and humility. The students also participated in Digital Rangoli and Toran Making Activity with the help of their mothers. They used colouful paper, glitter, dry flowers etc. to make colourful rangoli. Toran making with the help of bangles and waste material proved to be an icing on the cake. The best startling and astounding pictures and videos of the participants - one while doing the activity and another on completion of the task were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. The judgement criteria for the competition was presentation, use of eco-friendly items, innovation, low cost and overall effect. The revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the purpose to organize this celebration was actually to make the students aware of the triumph of virtue over the vice. She said that Ravana was the symbol of intelligence and knowledge. But his single mistake overpowered and nullified his entire wisdom. She advised the students to genuine their doings. She further congratulated the teachers and students for the coming festival season. On the whole, It was a great learning experience and a pleasurable day for the children.

Virtual Children’s Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated Virtual Children’s Day, the birth anniversary of the legendary freedom fighter and our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru popularly known as “Chacha” with great ardor and gusto. The day started with a special virtual morning assembly wherein the teachers delivered a lecture on the significance of Children’s Day. “There is no garden as beautiful as Childhood”, keeping this in view, the celebrations focused entirely on the little angels and their enjoyment. On this occasion, a digital DJ party was organised for the little angels of Kindergarten Wing in which the students participated very enthusiastically. The most captivating aspect of the function was the splendid dance performances of tiny tots which involved mass participation. Some of the students dressed up as Chacha Nehru and spoke a few lines about him. The loud cheers and applauses after every performance were a proof that children were enjoying it thoroughly. The students of Primary Wing recited poems and delivered speeches on Jawahar Lal Nehru and participated in one minute games. Speaking on the occasion, the revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that every child is a different kind of flower; together they make this world a beautiful garden. She paid a floral tribute to Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru and said that children carry the hopes for our brighter tomorrow and the dreams of our happy future. She blessed the students and encouraged them to work diligently and enjoy their childhood a transient phase to optimum. On the whole, the virtual event was an outstanding display of student’s zeal and enthusiasm.

Diwali Celebrations

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar celebrated traditional as well as virtual Diwali with great devoutness and exhilaration. The school was decorated with diyas and light anticipating that the festival of light would bring bright sparkles of joy and happiness and gaiety in everyone’s life. The school buzzed with various activities on “Diwali Celebrations”. The day started with a special virtual morning assembly wherein the teachers delivered a lecture on the significance of the festival and the relevance of eco-friendly celebrations and organised an online quiz based on epic Ramayana. The students of Pre Nsy to KG participated in Diya and Candle Decoration, Pooja Thali Decoration and Paper Lantern Making Activity. The excitement of the little angels knew no bounds when their class Incharge demonstrated them each step to decorate diyas, candles and thalis. The students prepared different types of candles, diyas and pooja thalis which were very colourful and decorated with ribbons, sparkles, beads, shells, stars, mirrors, glitters etc. The students of classes I – III participated in Zero Cost Craft Making Activity to enhance the children's dexterity and agility. The students prepared Pompom Torans, Dream Catchers with Paper Plates, Photo Frames etc. which were later gifted to their Grandparents. The tiny tots also dressed up as Sri Ram, Mata Sita, Lakhman, Hanuman and portrayed their character from Epic Ramayana. They also wore suitable accessories and jewellary and spoke a few lines about that character. Recital of poems on Diwali by the little angels was an icing on the cake. Decorating the home during festivals, is a very important part of Indian traditions. To keep up the festive spirit, the students of classes IV to VIII participated in Door Hanging (Toran) Making Activity with great zeal and gusto. The enthusiasm showed by the students was infectious as they used colorful paper, auspicious leaves, craft mirrors, glitters and decorative material to make beautiful torans. This activity enhanced their fine motor skills and social skills. They enjoyed doing activity, thereby learning how to be helpful to the parents doing festival. The passionate Green Knights also participated in E-Greetings and Poster Making Activity and motivated everyone to say no to Firecrackers and use noble ways to celebrate Diwali through their igneous posters. The students of Senior Wing (IX-XII) participated in ‘Inter-Class Rangoli-Making Competition virtually as well as in school with an aim of mass participation in the celebrations. The stunning designs of rangoli were alluring and fascinated the spectators. They students also participated in Classroom Decoration Competition. The students cleaned their class rooms and decorated them with handmade paper lanterns and flowers. Every class displayed their items in a very innovative way with colourful dupattas, pictures of Gods and Goddesses. The whole display was overwhelming. Winners of all competition were judged on the basis of design, creativity, neatness, colour combination, mass participation, variety of material used etc. The ceremonies took place by maintaining social distancing and following the guidelines issued by Government of India. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, greeted the students and motivated them to celebrate Eco- friendly and Eco-sensitive Diwali. He said Diwali is a festival of communal harmony, wherein Hindus celebrate the return of Lord Ram at Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile, while Sikhs observe ‘Bandhi Chorr Divas’. He offered his warm wishes to the students and appreciated the creativity displayed by the students. He sensitized the students about the ill- effects of the crackers and inspired them to celebrate pollution free Diwali in its purest form by lightening lamps and sharing with underprivileged. The revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara greeted the Green Land Family on the auspicious occasion of Diwali. She appreciated the efforts of parents and students and motivated them to use home-made artifacts to save money and use their own talent. SHE said that Chain of Green Land Schools gives ample opportunities to students to explore their talent by organizing such competitions. She congratulated as well as encouraged the winners to enhance their talent. On the whole, the festival of fun and excitement progressed with loads of joy and happiness sparkling on the faces of everyone. Both Teachers and students enjoyed the Diwali celebrations wholeheartedly.

World Television Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organised Virtual Inter Class Ad Mad Show for the little angels of classes Pre. Nursery to III on the occasion of World Television Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. Its objective was to enable students to highlight the talent, creativity, innovation in creating an advertisement for the products. The Class Incharges organised a special morning assembly through video conferencing to mark the importance of World Television Day. It was followed by announcement of the rules and regulations of the said competition for different age groups. Continuing with the spirit to spread more fervor to the celebrations, the students participated with a lot of eagerness and enhanced their skills in expression, voice modulation and dialogue delivery. Most of the students dressed up as the product they were advertising came up with unique ideas and well-written scripts of the advertisements. Besides showing ads with social message, it was a good confidence building exercise. The competition was bi-lingual wherein the participants were judged on content, presentation and overall performance. The best two startling and astounding pictures and poignant videos were shared by parents to their respective class in charges digitally. Speaking on the occasion, our well-regarded Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Television plays a major role in presenting different issues that affect people. It helps people to remember the beneficial purposes of television. She articulated that only a few are blessed by the talent of effective advertising. The Ad Mad Show competition bequeathed a perfect platform to showcase the knack to advertise and win hearts. She appreciated the young marketers to explore and adopt the life skills and blessed them for their future endeavors. On the whole, the virtual event was a wonderful learning experience for young participants.

INFORMATIVE SESSION ON THE CAUSES AND PRECAUTIONS OF CORONAVIRUS DISEASE

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organised an informative session on the causes and precautions of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) under the aegis of CBSE and Ministry of Health. The session was well organized under the competent guidance and leadership of Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools and revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. The session was organized to make the students aware about coronavirus infection. While discussing the causes and effects of the virus, an informative comic –Kids, Vayu & Corona: Who wins the fights? The teachers communicated the significance and importance of disseminating valid and authentic information about the novel coronavirus (n-COV) among the students. The students put several queries which were answered by the teachers. Speaking on the occassion, reverent Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that you may be aware of the Novel Coronavirus reported from China and 24 other countries. Though much is not known about the disease dynamics, it is evident that there is human to human transmission. As of now, there is no drug or vaccine available to manage this disease. Hence preventive measures become crucial to stop spread of this disease. She said that the best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. She said that one should clean hands often, avoid close contact and wear a facemask because prevention is better than cure. Indeed, it was a very interesting and educational session which was appreciated by one and all.

STARTED NEW SESSION 2020-21 AMIDST THE WORLD PANDEMIC NOVEL CORONA VIRUS THROUGH REMOTE LEARNING TO MOBILISE TOWARDS A DIGITAL FUTURE

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana started new session 2020-21 amidst the world pandemic novel Corona Virus through remote learning to mobilise towards a digital future. The Chain of Green Lands Schools has been among the initiators to unlock Future Learning to their students and staff. The school designed In-House Online Teaching to give the young Green Knights practical steps towards online teaching and student support. The move allowed the youngsters to access to the online study material delivered through the digital platform. A number of educational materials on various subjects such as Mathematics, Science, S.S.T, Languages, Art and Craft, Physical Education, Music etc. are being shared through videos and online classes. The teachers were provided an online coaching before equipping themselves with digital tools. Speaking on the occasion, Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that online education provides opportunities to access and share information more easily and readily. Teachers and students are able to join online communities of practice based on their area of interest rather than their geographic location. She further said that while quarantine is the time to strengthen the family bonds. Except paper- pen education, kids must be taught some skills such as cooking without fire, one should use quarantine to reinforce the moral and divine values among students, she articulated that rather everybody is in lockdown, but there is no lockdown on smiling, charity, glee and contentment. On the whole, everyone is utilizing quarantine efficiently.

BREATHE HEAT WITH ‘LEMONADE MAKING ACTIVITY’

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organised Beat the Heat with ‘Lemonade Making Activity’ for the tiny tots of Pre-Nursery-KG on the occasion of Baisakhi. The main aim of this activity was to develop sensory learning among students. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a soul rendering payer – “Ek Tu Hi Bharosa, Ek Tu Hi Sahara” urging God to show his mercy on the world by ending the worldwide pandemic Novel Corona Virus. It was followed by lemonade making activity in which the young novices participated enthusiastically. The tiny tots while in their homes got together through Microsoft Teams App and Whats App to watch and learn how lemonade is made. The excitement of the children knew no bounds as an in-house chef and their teachers demonstrated to them how lemonade is made. The toddlers actively participated in the activity and enjoyed the refreshing delicacies. This engaging and fun filled activity was planned in such a manner that students developed confidence, connected to their family, and as a deeply valued member of family. A small animated video on the festival was shared with the students. The startling and astounding videos and pictures were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. Speaking on the occasion, our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, apprised every one of the importance of the festival. She also threw light on the religious and historical importance of the festival. She, further, motivated the students to celebrate the festival by staying safe at home and motivated them to promote harmony and brotherhood throughout the world. She also highlighted that sensory play builds nerve connections in the brain's pathways, which lead to the child's ability to complete more complex learning tasks. She appreciated all the parents and students for sharing such scintillating and vivacious videos of their kids while enjoying the drinks. As a whole, the day was full of joyous and learning for children.

AN ONLINE TALENT HUNT CONTEST ON THE OCCASION OF BAISAKHI

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized An Online Talent Hunt Contest on the occasion of Baisakhi – the festival of Harvest with traditional fervour and enthusiasm for the angels of P. Nsy to V. The objective of the activity was to freshen up and bloom the minds and hearts of energetic learners during Home Quarantine. To mark the importance of this day, the school came alive with a plethora of activities organized for the students. The students were given a choice to participate either in performing arts or visual art. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing and later discussing the rules and regulation of the said competition through video conferencing by their mentors. The teachers also made the students aware about the historical background, significance and relevance of Baisakhi through digital media. The young enthusiasts were also told about various aspects of rural Punjab, its cultural heritage through a short movie which was dedicated to the meticulous farmers. It was followed by a Folk Dance Activity in which the vibrant Green Knights actively participated and set the mood for the festival celebrations. These engaging and fun filled activities were planned in such a manner that students felt refreshed amidst lock down. The Students attired in pretty Punjabi suits with glittering dupattas looked awesome. The presentation of Punjabi song was quite mesmerizing and reminded everyone about the great heritage and culture of Punjab. A vibrant & enthralling videos and pictures of little angels fascinated all. In another competition, the creative blooming artists shared their paintings and art work. Speaking on the occasion, our revered principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara apprised every one of the importance of the festival. Talking about the videos and art work, she articulated that performing arts in education provides students with the opportunity to engage the mind, the body and emotions into a collaborative expression of all that it means to be human. Through study and performance, students explore and present great themes and ideas. She further said that organizing such competition was a fun-filled way to channelize the energies of students. She appreciated all the parents and students for sharing such dazzling and energetic performances. She further blessed all with virtuous health and high spirit. On the whole, it was a day filled with a lot of activity and joy.

AN ONLINE COLLAGE MAKING ACTIVITY

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana conducted An Online Collage Making Activity for the students of class VI to VIII on the occasion of the ‘World Heritage Day’ with cultural fervor and enthusiasm. The main aim of the competition was to make students aware about world's famous monuments and heritage sites besides the efforts required to protect these. The students were made to realise the need to protect places of historic importance. Amidst the lockdown 2.0, the teachers organised a special morning assembly through video conferencing to mark the importance of World Heritage Day. The students of Grade VI to VIII were introduced to the rules and regulations of the trivial activities based on the theme- Cultural heritage of India, Diversity of world and nature to enkindle and induce love for our country’s heritage. This day was celebrated for conservation of our boundless heritage so that our generation can comprehend its importance & history and pass it on as an honor to the next generation. The Students participated in it with utmost enthusiasm and zeal. The startling and astounding pictures and videos of collages were shared by parents to their respective class in charges digitally. It was followed by an informative and entertaining presentation on the heritage which was presented via Whats App to mark the importance of preserving world this day. Speaking on the occasion, our well-regarded Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the chain of Green Land Schools regularly holds awareness events for major UN observance days. For ‘World heritage Day’ observed on April 18, we wanted to create awareness about preservation and conservation of our “Grand Heritage.” She articulated that in view of the quarantine, the school decided to hold the event via Whats App since no one could come outside. She motivated and advised the students to preserve and conserve the monuments and cultural heritage of India. She encouraged the students to celebrate their cultural traditions in the wide context of the great diversity of cultures and beliefs that make up the world and nation. On the whole, the competition was marked as an endeavor to sensitize the children about the rich culture and heritage of India. It was a delight to watch the enthralling collages where students displayed their artistic potential and creativity.

AN ONLINE ART ATTACK ACTIVITY ON THE OCCASION OF EARTH DAY

“The environment is where we all meet; where we all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing all of us share.” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the little angels and the teachers organized An Online Art Attack Activity on the occasion of Earth Day with much enthusiasm. The aim was to sensitize the students towards their role in addressing global environmental challenges at grass root level. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a magnificent song – “We're All in This Together” urging everyone to come together to spread awareness on Covid-19 and save our Mother Earth. The school organized a plethora of activities for different age groups to ensure mass participations followed by Hand Printing Activity for the tiny tots of Pre. Nursery to K.G in which the young novices participated enthusiastically. The tiny tots while in their homes got together through Microsoft Teams App and Whats App to watch and learn how to do thumb printing. The excitement of the children knew no bounds as in-house artists and their teachers demonstrated to them how printing is done. The toddlers dipped their tiny hands in colour and made Earth and developed confidence, improved their motor skills. The best two startling and astounding pictures one while doing the activity and another on completion of the task were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. To mark this day and to emphasize upon the need to conserve Earth, the students of Primary Section I-III participated in Best out of Waste Activity. The objective of the competition was to create love for environment by making best out of waste with help of recyclable things. The students used their imagination and creativity to make innovative things. Students used broken bangles, plastic bottles, waste nails, peanut shell, beads, therrmocol glasses, old CD etc. All these things which are waste in our day to day life were used in constructive manner and variety of things were made from them. Students made cloth doll, wall hanging with bangles, doll with tea strainer, night lamp with bottle, and paper flowers were artistically made. The criteria for the competition were presentation, use of material, innovation and overall effect. The students of class IX to XII participated in Poster Making Competition with an aim to make a commitment to learn more about the environment and demonstrate how you can help in protecting it. Continuing with the spirit to spread awareness and adding more fervor to the celebrations, the students exhibited their sentiments through ‘Art Attack, and made ingenious posters represented the ways to conserve earth with strokes of colors. The best two startling and astounding pictures one while doing the activity and another on completion of the task were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. Speaking on the occasion, revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara appreciated the efforts of young toddlers and added that we are fortunate to have born on Earth and reminded children of their responsibility towards “Mother Earth” and administered a pledge to protect and save our fast depleting natural resources. She motivated the students that we should join our hands together to save our mother Earth from the increasing environmental degradation and exhorted everybody to save flora and fauna, soil and water from the unhealthy man made practices growing industrialisation and urbanization. On the whole, the Earth Day celebrations galvanized more students and parents than any other event showing that more than ever people care is very concerned about global healing and environmental issues.

AN ONLINE BOOK COVER DECORATION COMPETITION ON THE OCCASION OF “WORLD BOOK DAY”

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organised An Online Book Cover Decoration Competition on the occasion of “World Book Day” for the 14th successive year with great zeal and enthusiasm. The main aim of the competition was to encourage children to develop creativity and imagination through a range of complex activities and to improve their ability to control materials, tools and techniques. Amidst the Quarantine 2.0, the teachers organised a special morning assembly through video conferencing to mark the importance of World Book Day. The students of Grade IV to VIII were introduced to the rules and regulations of the Book Cover Decoration Competition based on the theme- “Books Help Us Grow.” The Students participated in it with utmost enthusiasm and zeal. Continuing with the spirit to spread awareness and adding more fervor to the celebrations, the students exhibited their sentiments and made ingenious book covers using different sort of materials such as coloured tape, glitter shells, paper crafting, fabulous painted designs to decorate their book covers and Made strong design statements. The best two startling and astounding pictures while doing the activity and another on completion of the task were shared by parents to their respective class in charges digitally. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Art and design stimulates creativity and imagination. It provides visual, tactile and sensory experiences and a special way of understanding and responding to the world. She articulated that children become involved in shaping their environments through art and design activities and learn to make informed Judgement and aesthetic decisions. She, further, encouraged the students to inculcate the habit of reading as it will add magic to their lives. She thanked and appreciated the students, parents and the staff members for all the hard work, creativity and enthusiastic support. Overall, the competition proved to be a tough time setter for the activity in-charges to give ranks to the winners. The students explored ideas and meanings through learning about the roles and functions of art.

AN ONLINE FANCY DRESS COMPETITION- OUR HELPERS FOR THE TINY TOTS OF PRE-NURSERY-KG ON THEOCCASION OF “THE INTERNATIONAL WORKERS’DAY”

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized An Online Fancy Dress Competition- Our Helpers for the tiny tots of Pre-Nursery-KG on the occasion of “The International Workers’ Day”, also called as Labour Day, with full zeal and aplomb. To honor workers for their contribution towards making our lives easier, Greenknights celebrated the untiring services provided by the Corona Warriors during this international pandemic. ‘It’s labour indeed that puts the difference to everything.’ Keeping in view, the day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where teachers and students recited a soul rendering song– “Desh Mere Tu Jeeta Rahe” and pour their heart’s gratitude and thankfulness before them. The tiny tots while in their homes got together through Whats App and dressed up as helpers of society and expressed their gratitude towards the support staff and reiterated the fact that their contribution is an important aspect in their life. The toddlers actively participated in the activity and thanked the helpers for their dedication and support. This engaging and fun filled activity was planned in such a manner that students developed confidence, connected to their family as a deeply valued member of family. A small animated video was shared through Whatsapp in which they learnt about the importance of the day. The startling and astounding videos and pictures were shared by parents to their respective class incharges. Our revered School Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara acknowledged the contributions of the work force of the society, and lauded their ceaseless efforts for the welfare of the public. She said that as the world is hit by the coronavirus pandemic; Medical workers, sanitation workers, police personnel and other essential service workers are working day and night to help people, without caring about them and are fighting the deadly virus on the frontline. She paid her heartfelt gratitude and thankfulness to the real warriors; she further articulated that their undiluted courage, selflessness, determination, and focus have ensured that India remains on track in this difficult time. She appreciated all the parents and students for sharing scintillating and vivacious videos of their kids while paying thankfulness to Covid-19 warriors. As a whole, the day was full of joyous and learning for children.

AN ONLINE INTER CLASS POETRY RECITATION COMPETITION FOR CLASSES VI TO XII TO CELEBRATE “TAGOREJAYANTI”

“The burden of the self is lightened when I laugh at myself” – Rabindranath Tagore Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana, organized An Online Inter Class Poetry Recitation Competition for classes VI to XII to celebrate “Tagore Jayanti” with a belief that a poem can be an oasis of calm, a moment of slowing down and reducing stress in our frenetic world. The main purpose of the competition was to instill a love for poetry and to develop recitation skills among the students. “Poetry is emotion put into measure. The emotion must come by nature, but the measure can be acquired by art.”, keeping this in view, the day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where class teachers and students recited a Tagore’s famous poem: “The Grasp of Your Hand” and poured out their heart’s gratitude and thankfulness to God to shower his mercy during Covid -19. A small write up was read digitally in which the young Greenknights learnt about the life and contribution of Gurudev. It was followed by announcement the rules and regulations of the competition. It was organised for two categories A and B which represented two languages i.e English and Hindi respectively. The recital of Tagore’s poems by the students marked the commencement of the celebrations. One of the participants recited and enacted Tagore’s famous poem titled ‘Where the mind is without fear’, which enthralled the audience. The celebrations included immaculate rendition of Tagore’s poem ‘Geetanjali’, ‘Freedom’, Last Curtain’, पिंजरे की चिड़िया थी.., चल तू अकेला!, कुसुम etc. The most riveting performances exhibited great enthusiasm and radiance in their performances and were highly applauded by the judges. Each participant was given 2-3 minutes for recitation of the poem. The students excelled in memorizing and reciting the poetry of their choice with confidence and control in voice modulation, expressions, confidence, and modulation. The astonishing and astounding videos and pictures were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. Our well-regarded Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara articulated that when power leads man towards arrogance, poetry reminds him of his limitations and when power narrows the area of man's concern, poetry reminds him of the richness and diversity of existence. She said that Poetry helps us understand and appreciate the world around us. She appreciated the exuberance & efforts of participants in general & applauded the winners in particular. She reminded of the fact that participating in the event itself is a great achievement as it reflects self-assurance & poise of an individual and helps to develop his/her personality. On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the Green Knights and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The event proved to be a great learning experience for all the children.

AN ONLINE FIRST AID BOX MAKING ACTIVITY TO CELEBRATE WORLD RED CROSS

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized An Online First Aid Box Making Activity to celebrate World Red Cross amidst Lockdown 3.0. It aimed to aware the youngsters about the importance of the first aid and inculcates a great respect towards our front line warriors during this pandemic situation. The day is observed to celebrate the birth anniversary of Henry Dunant, the founder of Red Cross Society. “Provide first aid and be the hero”, keeping this in view, the day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through video conferencing where class teachers and students recited a famous poem: “The Red Cross” and poured out their heart’s appreciation and acknowledgment to the blood and plasma donors during Covid -19. An informative video was shared digitally in which the young Greenknights learnt about the life and contribution of Henry Dunant and role of Red Cross Society. Students were fascinated to know the main functions of the Red Cross that fall into four categories- blood collection, disaster relief, aids to soldiers and victims of war and community education. It was followed by announcement the rules and regulations of First Aid Box Making Activity. It was organised in an amplified manner to provide the basic first aid training and to make the children aware of diverse and innovative range of services to the humanity. The theme behind it was to disseminate first aid knowledge and skills among young people. The Green Knights participated enthusiastically and were keen to showcase their knowledge. The criteria for the competition were presentation, use of material, innovation and overall effect. The best two startling and astounding pictures one while doing the activity and another on completion of the task were shared by parents to their respective class in charges. Our benign Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the day is celebrated in Red Cross Organizations across the world by helping people with independence, humanity, impartiality, universality, unity and the fundamental principles of the organization. She encouraged volunteers to promote their humanitarian activities and help people who are suffering from any kind of problem. She motivated the young Greenknights to protect their own lives and ensure they follow lockdown 3.0. On the whole, the event proved to be a great learning experience for all the children.

YOUNG GREEN KNIGHTS CELEBRATED MOTHERS’ DAY

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the young Greenknights celebrated Mothers’ Day with zeal and fervor. The students were given an opportunity to show their love and respect for their mothers. The young, enthusiastic students expressed their love and affection for their mothers by participating in Card Making, Photo Frame Making & Solo Singing Competition. Amidst the Lockdown 3.0, the teachers organised a special morning assembly through video conferencing to mark the importance of Mother’s Day. It was followed by announcing the rules and regulations of various activities organised for different age groups. Kindergarten Wing had special celebration on Mother’s Day. The little angels passionately got involved in Card Making Activity and expressed their love, affection and esteems for their mother. The beautiful cards conveyed an important message of being humble, respectful and obedient to the parents. The students of classes I