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Management Committee

Dr. Rajesh Rudhra
Chairman
Dr. Shabad
President
Smt. Usha Devi
Gen. Secretary
Sh. Rahul Bir
Corporate Manager
Sh. Harish Kumar
Vice President
Sh. Ravi Kalra
Secretary
Sh. Dinesh Goyal
Member

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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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CLASS X RESULT DECLARED

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana bore a cheerful and exalted mood on the declaration of annual result of class X. As everything glistened in the golden rays of the Green Land’s Glory, we added yet another precious jewel to the regal diadem by apprehending 100% result in Class X announced by CBSE. The Green Knights made their alma mater proud by giving an excellent result. The school premises were all aglow with the cheerful and exalted mood on the declaration of annual result of the students. Mehak Sidhu apprehended the First Position by scoring 96.8% marks in aggregate. She scored 100 % marks in Hindi & information Technology. Her success story was followed by Vansh Sohi who acquired 96.6% marks in aggregate. He scored 98% in Social Science, 96 % in English, 95% in Science. Another feather to the school glory was added by Tanishq Gond by fetching 95% marks in aggregate and 97% in Maths and 96% in English. “Reach high, for stars lie hidden in you. Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.”, this statement is aptly proved by the Green Knights with their academic prowess. Dr. Rajesh Rudra, the Chairman of Chain of Green Land School congratulated the students for their astounding performance. He articulated that that it is sheer testimony to the fact that chain of green land schools continues to invest in the development of young minds who are the future of our nation. He motivated the students by saying that untired efforts never go unrewarded and inspired them to put more endeavor in the coming years and to be the best of their own version. With a deep sense of exhilaration and delectation, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated students and teachers for their relentless dedication and untiring efforts that have taken Green Land to the towering heights of success and accomplishments. She heartily applauded all the students who have shown excellence in academics over the year and have got through final exams with flying colors. It was a matter of great pride that no student from the school got failed. It was a joyous and proud moment for all. The Green Land Champions were cherished by one and all.

CLASS XII RESULT DECLARED

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana once again proved its dexterity by emerging victorious in class XII result declared by CBSE. The Green Knights made their alma mater proud by giving an excellent result. The school premises were all aglow with the cheerful and exalted mood on the declaration of annual result of the students. “When your desires are strong enough, you will appear to possess superhuman powers to achieve.”, this statement is aptly proved by the Green Knights. An overflow of zeal and fervor drenched in the entire campus. Riya Tiwari apprehended the First Position by scoring 95% marks in Commerce Stream. She scored 98 % in Music, 95% in Accountancy, 94% in Business Studies and 93% in Economics. Her success story was followed by Nitik Gupta who acquired 94.4% marks in aggregate in Commerce Stream. He scored 96% in Economics, 95% in Accountancy and 94% in Business Studies. Another feather to the school glory was added by Jashanpreet Kaur of Non-Medical Stream by fetching 93.8 % marks in aggregate and 95% in Chemistry and 93% in Maths and Physics. Arshpreet, Namrata and Manish Kumar topped in Music by scoring 99% in aggregate. Rajveer Singh and Muskan topped in Physical Education by fetching 97% aggregate. Muskan topped in Biology by scoring 95% & Chhavi Jain topped in Chemistry and English by fetching 95% and 93% respectively. Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, the revered Chairman of Chain of Green Land Schools congratulated the students for their superb accomplishment in the AISSCE result. He stimulated the students to toil in the same manner to reach the zenith of success and let their country be proud of them. He also appreciated the painstaking efforts taken by the students and staff members. Our highly esteemed Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the students for their well-deserved recognition. She heartily applauded all the students who have shown excellence in academics over the year and have got through final exams with flying colors. She motivated the students to make hard work key ingredient of their life and achieve their goals and shine in the future. She further, wished the students to get plentiful opportunities to expand their knowledge and groom their skills in life. The school premises were charged with excitement, vigor and happiness on stupendous performance of students in their annual result of class XII.

WORLD CHOCOLATE DAY

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized an online “Choco – Choc Activity” on the occasion of “World Chocolate Day” for the tiny tots of kindergarten Wing in a scrumptious way. The main aim of this activity was to develop sensory and motor learning skills among the little angels which brought a chocolaty flavour in their lives in a fun way. “Chocolate is comfort without words.”, keeping it in view, the students of class Pre. Nursery to K.G donned their ‘Chef Caps’ to exhibit their culinary skills in the said activity where fruits, nuts, flakes or breadsticks of their choice dipped in chocolate sauce, were devoured in no time. The young novices while in their homes got together through Team App and Whats App to watch and learn how Choco cake is made. The toddlers actively participated in the activity and enjoyed the refreshing delicacies. In another activity, the tiny tots prepare beautiful collage with chocolate wrappers decorated with glitter and craft material. And amidst the joyful celebration, they also shared a few lines on why they love chocolates and learned some lip-smacking chocolate recipes from their teachers. This engaging and fun filled activity was planned in such a manner that students developed confidence. 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, the most revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Chocolates are the powerhouse of antioxidants. She said that chocolates not only acts as a good stress busters and also taught about the health benefits of eating chocolates but in moderation, as excess can cause tooth decay. She lauded the efforts of the winners of the competition and complimented the teachers on the successful execution of the events. She encouraged the students to participate in such activities and appreciated the efforts of the students and encouraged them to explore their potential to the hilt. Overall, it was a treat to watch young Green Knights showcasing their skills through this event. The event not only provided a platform for the students to foster their creativity but also helped them explore their hidden talents and discover new areas of interest.

FATHERS DAY

"My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person, he believed in me." Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the little angels and the teachers organized “A Virtual Craft Activity” for the students of Pre-Nursery – III on the occasion of Father’s Day with much enthusiasm. The students were given an opportunity to show their love and respect for their father through participating in Greeting Card Making, Decorating a Coffee Mug, Wall Hangings. Amidst the Lockdown 5.0, the teachers organised a special morning assembly through video conferencing to mark the importance of Father’s Day. It was followed by announcement the rules and regulations of various activities organised for different age groups. The little angels passionately got involved in Greeting Card Making Activity and expressed their love, affection and esteems for their father. The beautiful cards conveyed an important message of being humble, respectful and obedient to the parents. Continuing with the spirit to spread more fervor to the celebrations, the students exhibited their sentiments and made ingenious Wall Hangings using different sort of materials such as coloured tape, glitter shells, paper crafting. They also decorated Coffee Mugs with fabulous painted designs. The students used their imagination and creativity to make innovative things. 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 most revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that it’s that time of year again when everyone tries to tell themselves that they had the best dad in the world. She said that Father’s Day is an opportunity to tell dad how much you appreciate him. She articulated that Dads are the most ordinary men turned by love into heroes, adventurers, story-tellers and singers of song. She motivated all the students to appreciate the efforts and love of their father. She further thanked and appreciated the students, parents and the staff members for all the hard work, creativity and enthusiastic support. Overall, it was an enjoyable and memorable day for each and every child which left an indubitable mark on the innocent hearts.

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

“Yoga is the journey of the self, to the self, through the self” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated 4th International Yoga Day on 21 June 2020 with the enthusiastic virtual participation of more than 250 students, faculty and staff under the guidelines of the Government of India and CBSE. Keeping in mind the physical and mental well-being of one’s self, especially during Covid-19, the young Green Knights participated in virtual Yoga Sessions. Amidst the Lockdown 5.0, the yoga day celebrations began by leading the “Yoga at Home, Yoga with Family” campaign which was organised by Ministry of Ayush with asana flow, pranayama and meditation at 7:00AM on the television under the directions of young yoga trainers. It was followed by Fit India Mission at 5 p.m. in the evening on Fit India You Tube Channel which was headed by Ms. Shilpa Shetty and other Sports luminaries. The students and their family members joined the online session whole-heartedly and appreciated the efforts of school, Ministry of Ayush & Fit India Mission. The students performed a few Asanas like Sarvang Asana, Surya Namaskara, Natraja Asana, Matysa Asana. The young prodigies also briefed about the essence of Yogic exercises on the health of individuals and thereafter, held a practice session with demonstration of Asanas through videos. The best startling and astounding pictures while performing Yoga Asanas were shared by parents to the concerned teachers and details of participation were sent through the Google link provided by the school after the session. Our most revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that since its inception in the year 2015, June 21st is celebrated as The International Day of Yoga all over the world. She appreciated the idea proposed by our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi and said that Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body; thought and action; restraint and fulfillment; harmony between man and nature; a holistic approach to health and well-being. She said that our aim is to make Punjab, a healthy city by ensuring wider dissemination of information about the benefits of practicing yoga and its impact on the health of its natives. She encouraged the students to practice regular yoga to remain fit, improve concentration and to promote good health and create an atmosphere of peace, love and harmony. Overall, it was an enjoyable and memorable day for each and every student.

MANGO DAY

“Summers can be never complete without a good feast on delicious mangoes.” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana along with the little angels and the teachers organized an activity named “Little In-House Chefs” and celebrated Mango Day.” The aim of organizing the activity was to impart all information related to mangoes in a fun way. The ‘Online Mango Party’ was kicked off by introducing different types of mangoes. The tiny tots were introduced to an array of mangoes such as dussehri, safeda, chausa and langda. The teachers had a general conversation about the king of fruits- Mango, tailed by online rhymes and singing session which the kids enjoyed thoroughly. It was followed by a general introduction of rules of activity. The excitement of the children knew no bounds as in-house little chefs and their teachers demonstrated them the recipe of Mango Coconut Pops. The toddlers followed teacher's instructions and prepared yummy recipe. The little Chefs enjoyed the kitchenette activity and prepared various desserts such as mango pudding, Mango Coconut Pops, Mango Basil Lemonade, mango shake etc. which they relished by them along with their family. It was amazing to watch the children engrossed in making mango desserts and dazzling mock tail. 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 in charges. The criteria for the competition were presentation, nutritional value, hygiene and overall effect. Our revered School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that she felt proud to see such level of expertise among her students. She also told the Green Knights good eating habits will help them not only to improve their nutritional well-being, but also prevent nutrition related diseases. She also briefed the students about its being the king of fruits, not only for its taste and fleshy yellow colour but also, for the nutrients it offers like- vitamin-C and vitamin-A. She articulated that this fibrous fruit boosts our digestive system and prevents from getting heat- stroke. On the whole the day was proposed to be learning filled with joy and creativity which ended at addition in felicitating the students to have awareness of mango’s nutritive value.

Poetry Recitation Competition

An Inter Section Poetry Recitation Competition was organized for the students of Grade IX to XII in the premises of school to celebrate “Tagore Jayanti” with the belief that a poem can be an oasis of calm, a moment of slowing down and reducing stress in our frenetic world. The purpose of the competition was to instill a love for poetry and to develop recitation skills among the students and make their acquaintance with the famous poem composed by Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore. The recital of Tagore’s poem’s by the students marked the commencement of the celebration. One of the participants recited and enacted Tagore’s famous poem titled ‘Where the mind is without fear’, which enthralled the audience. The celebration included immaculate rendition of Tagore’s famous poems from the book ‘Geetanjali’. Endless Time, Unending Love, Go not to the temple, On the nature of the fear ‘Freedom’, Last Curtain’ etc. were the other poem artistically recited by students. The most riveting performances exhibited great enthusiasm and radiance in their performance and were highly applauded by all. 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 and other criteria. The judges appreciated and applauded the performance of the participants and judged them on the parameters like voice, rhythm, confidence, presentation and modulation. The Winners of the competition is are as follow: English Poetry Recitation Name of Students Class & Section House Position Dhruv XI Medical Kirti I Anchal Dhingra X Bacon Jagriti I Mehak X Bacon Jyoti II Manleen Kaur X Bacon Shakti III Simranjeet Kaur XI Medical Jagriti Consolation Hindi Poetry Recitation Name of Students Class & Section House Position Inderpreet Kaur XI Commerec Jagriti I Pallavi IX Bacon Jyoti I Neha X Bacon Jagriti II Anmol X Bacon Kirti III Diksha X Chaucer Shakti III Vaani XI Medical Kirti Consolation Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara 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. The position holders were applauded and were given prize by our school Principal.

WORLD ENVIRONMENT 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 Tree Plantation, Role- Play and Video Making Activity on the occasion of Environment 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 Tree Plantation 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 Whats App to learn how to do plantation. The excitement of the children knew no bounds as in-house Earth Janitors and their teachers demonstrated them how carefully saplings are planted. The toddlers followed teacher's instructions and their efforts proved to be a drop in the ocean. The students of classes I to III participated in Role- Play Activity in which they inspired to save "Mother Earth" by their small acts. The students of class IV to V participated in Video 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 ingenious and thought provoking videos which represented the ways to conserve environment and our self in Covid-19 pandemic. The students shared videos of motivating other to follow social distancing and importance of masks and hand washing. 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 in charges. The criteria for the competition were presentation, use of material, innovation and overall effect. The revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that the future lies in the hands of children like the newly bursting crumbs. The Corona epidemic has given us a chance to think for a moment in the race of life that we should embrace the warm embrace of Mother Nature as well. She articulated that the lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic has brought about a drastic positive change in the environment. She inspired the students to start living consciously; with sensitivity to the earth, water bodies, trees, air and to all species of life. She appreciated the efforts of parents, students for working with diligence and zeal. On the whole, World Environment 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 Inter Class Athletic Sports Meet

The World Athletic Day was celebrated in the school premises with great enthusiasm. On this day “An Inter Class Athletic Sports Meet” was conducted for the students of VI to VIII std. amidst great mirth, verve and camaraderie in the school premises to keep up with the soul of sportsmanship and to bring out the athlete in Green Knights. The main aim was to provide a great opportunity for students ‘to unite’, ‘rejoice’, ‘introduce’ and ‘represent’ themselves. Approximately 300 students participated in the customized and fun-filled track and field events. "All work and no play make Jack a dull boy”, keeping it in view An Inter-Class Athletic Meet for the students of VI to VIII std. was organized with euphoria and frolic in the school premises. The programme began with the welcome ceremony of the Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara. A melodious welcome song was rendered by the school choir. The Sports Meet was inaugurated by releasing balloons and beautifully decorated placard bearing the School’s name and motto by the Principal. The students of Middle- Section displayed a well-organized march past which mesmerized the audience. Then, the much-awaited track and field events started. As the budding athletes of Green Land Convent School ran for the finishing line. The school campus reverberated with enthusiastic cheers from the spectators. The winners of different events i.e. 100m, 200m, 400m, shot-put, long jump, discuss, High Jump, 400 x100m Relay, were given medals and participation certificates. The entire atmosphere was charged with zeal and enthusiasm of the students. Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, addressed the gathering and emphasized on the importance of sports in a child’s life. She was extremely happy and proud to see the performance of the students during the day. She further added that such activities at school level provide a good platform to showcase their hidden talent of the students. She said that sports give us a sense of discipline, respect for others and national pride. She praised the participants of the school and highlighted the necessity of the sportsmanship in a world riddled with rat races for glory. Over all, it was a day filled with euphoria and frolic. An energizing equestrian display set the tone for the rest of the event. The day ended with the National Anthem.

WORLD TELEVISION DAY

“The real fact of the matter is that nobody reads ads. People read what interests them, and sometimes it’s an ad.” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organised An Inter Class Ad Mad Show on the occasion of World Television Day in the school premises with great zeal and enthusiasm. Its objective was to acquaint the students about promotional strategies in marketing through advertisements “A flawless ‘ad’ and your product is sold.” These words seem quite easy to instruct but it becomes difficult to bring in process but the students of primary wing brought all the promotion and marketing qualities together in one room. Enthusiastic and passionate students made creative and intellectual advertisements which were appreciated by all. Ads comprised both humor and conceptual presentation. Each class was allotted a topic on which they were asked to create an advertisement. The competition was bi-lingual wherein the participants were judged on content, team work, presentation and overall performance. Each team presented their ad with gusto. Besides showing ads with social message it was a good confidence building exercise. Children participated earnestly and everyone showed the will to win. Results were declared class wise on the basis of creativity, originality of ideas, appropriateness of language, ability to attract audience’s attention and overall presentation. Speaking on the occasion, our well-regarded Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said 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 further enunciated that the show not only showcased their acting skills but also the impromptu ability to use the cognitive skill on the spot. She applauded the students who came up with exhilarating performance. On the whole, the entire event was a wonderful learning experience not only for participants but for the audience as well.

91st Regional Abacus Competition Festival, 2018

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana firmly believes in putting forth one step ahead for students’ intellectual growth and honing their self expression. The intellectual appraisal added another wings of success in the glorious name of school. Tania student of VIII standard earned laurels to the school by participating in 91st Regional Abacus Competition Festival, 2018 organised by Brain O’ Brain at Himachal Bhawan, Chandigarh on May 20, 2018. She bagged the gold medal ranking top position Open Category-Z. Another feather of Success was added to the school glory by Jaspreet of VI standard by capturing Second position in I-3 Level 9 category. Both the children proved that success comes only to those who strive hard. The Principal of the school, Mrs. Jyoti Pujara applauded them for their achievement and wished them better future prospects. The distinguish Principal always inspired her students to participate in such competitions. In her speech she said, “ If you work hard and know where you are going , You’ll get there.”

Celebration of Labour Day

‘The International Labour Day’ with full zeal and aplomb to honour workers for their contribution towards making our lives easier. Green Knights celebrated the untiring services provided by the labourer’s in the school premises to express gratitude to the class IV employees working in the school. ‘It’s labour indeed that puts the difference to everything.’ keeping in view, a special morning assembly was organized for the students of the school in which they learnt about the importance of the day, reason behind the celebration of the day and origin of the day. Recital of melodious Prayer marked the beginning of the programme followed by the students highlighting the historical events that contributed to the emergence of labour rights and the significance of the day in the present time. The students thanked the helpers of the school by singing songs for their dedication and support. A Fancy-dress competition was held for tiny tots who came dressed up as community helpers and expressed their gratitude towards the School support staff and reiterated the fact that their contribution is an important aspect of their life. They gave beautiful handmade cards to maids, drivers, security guards and conductors which touched the heart of everyone. Gleeful faces and streams of thank you cards all set to celebrate the unsung pillars of the School. Workers were overwhelmed watching the function and expressed their gratitude towards the school management, teachers and students for their endeavor. The School Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, congratulated the school staff and thanked them for their selfless services. She also felicitated them for their commendable services. In her address, she acknowledged the contributions of the work force of the school, and lauded their ceaseless efforts for the welfare of the students. She advised the staff members to spare some valuable time for themselves and play some games so that they get rejuvenated and remain positive and vibrant. Overall, the ceremony came to a close with the recital of the National Anthem.

FIRST RUNNERS UP-LUDHIANA SAHODAYA SCHOOLS COMPLEX BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (U-14)

“On the day of victory no fatigue is felt” German Proverb Fervent and passionate players of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana brought laurels to the school with their commendable achievement at Ludhiana Sahodaya schools complex Basketball Tournament (U-14) . The young Green Knights emerged victorious in the said tournament by clinching first runners up position. The Students were in high spirits after securing second position, though it was a cut throat competition. The well-regarded Chairman of The Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra appreciated the students for their hard work and dedication towards the game. He appreciated the courageous and dauntless efforts of the student who left no stone unturned to add another wings to the school glory. The esteemed Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated the winning students and appreciated them for the stupendous efforts and their talents. She motivated them to progress their skills and involvement in the game will help them to flourish in future. Winners with their glorious and outstanding achievements through focus and concentration made the teachers and parents feel proud.

ANTI TOBACCO DAY

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organised an online ‘Poster Making Competition’ on the occasion of “Anti-Tobacco Day” with great zeal and enthusiasm. The main aim of the competition was to raise awareness on the harmful and deadly effects of tobacco use and second-hand smoke exposure, and to discourage the use of tobacco in any form. Amidst the Quarantine 4.0, the teachers organised a special morning assembly through video conferencing to raise awareness against Anti-Tobacco Day. The students of Grade IX to XII were introduced with the rules and regulations of the Poster Making Competition based on the theme- “Tobacco- A Leading Risk factor for Non-Communicable Disease.” The students participated in it with utmost enthusiasm and zeal. Continuing with the spirit to spread awareness and adding more fervor to the competition, the students exhibited their sentiments and made ingenious posters using different quotes and designs. The students wrote their thoughts and ideas to sensitize all on this core issue. 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 incharges digitally. Our admired Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara shared some statistics about tobacco use in India and its effects on our social life. She also talked briefly about plain packaging and how that can reduce the sale of tobacco products, especially in adolescents. She extolled the efforts of the students to be the harbinger of change in the society. She informed the student that tobacco is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) and is cancerous. She also told the students about the need to make our country smoke and disease free so that the present and coming generations breathe (live) happily. This will be one drop in the ocean to create awareness and empowered adolescents who will be prepared to combat this devil of tobacco use with ease. 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.

Splash Pool Party

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized a ‘Splash Pool Party’ for the Tiny-Tots of K. G. wing in the school premises. The little ones put their swim suits on and enjoyed the splash activity to beat the heat of the scorching sun. Big splash pools were kept in the inner school play station. They were abundantly decorated with colourful balloons. Children in colourful swimsuits came swarming into the splash pool and enjoyed wading through water and had a gala time. The students jumped and romped in the water. They played gleefully with colourful balls and balloons in the huge splash pools. The zeal and enthusiasm of blooming buds was evident while playing with the toys and enjoying the fountains. They splashed water at each other. The celebratory music beats at the party made the surroundings more delightful. The kiddies tapped their feet dancing and hopping on different tunes. They also enjoyed water sports with their teachers. They relished different juices and summer fruits like watermelon, mango, melon etc. The teachers explained the importance of fruits intake in diet for mental and physical growth. The event was enjoyed by tiny tots and teachers thoroughly as it was a relieving activity in the monotonous routine and a kick off start for everyone to enjoy the summer vacation with new zeal. The charismatic Principal Mrs. Jyoti Pujara made sure that kids were provided utter level of security during the activities. Her happiness knew no bounds to see her little champs participating joyfully. She conveyed students the role of fun filled activities in their holistic development. Taking a step further, the children were told about the importance of conserving and reusing water. At the end of the session the kids were still beaming and were spotted in no hurry to beat the retreat.

A Maths Quiz

“A Math Maniac (A Maths Quiz)” was conducted for class X in the school premises to improve the mental faculties of children, to test student’s knowledge in mathematics and fastness of their brains. The main aim of the competition was to help the students to think from a different perspective and also to make them more resourceful to develop academically. “Mathematics is not about numbers, equations, computations, or algorithms: It is about understanding.”, keeping it in view, A Math Maniac Quiz was conducted for the Students of class X. The quiz was presented in an interactive manner and the students enthusiastically participated in it. It commenced with the declaration of the rules and regulations of the competition in front of the participants. There were ten teams in total and the quiz comprised of four rounds- Roman numeral round, Mental Maths round, Basic Mathematics operations and Identification of Mathematicians round. The questions given in the quiz were not only appreciated by the teachers but also by the students. At the end of every round there was a question for audience that kept the interest alive among them. There was a tough challenge given by the houses to one another. After the neck to neck competition Neha Thakur, Muskan Sharma, Chinar Gupta, Ayushi grabbed the first position in Mathematics quiz. The program ended up with a motivational speech by the Principal. Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, cited the “competition’’ as a “programme” that will help students to practice more and to improve their level of competitiveness. She inspired the students to participate in such competitions in future as well to keep their knowledge up-to-date. She congratulated the winners and awarded certificates to the winners. On the whole, it was altogether a fruitful event for all. It was a great learning experience for the children as they enjoyed the quiz very much. The students participated with enthusiasm and zeal and tried their level best to win the quiz.

GOLD MEDALIST OF PUNJAB SCHOOL STATE LEVEL KARATE TOURNAMENT

“The more you sweat in training, the less you bleed in combat” Richard Marcinko Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana added yet another feather in its cap when the young Green Knight Souravdeep Singh Walia of class VIII won Gold medal in Punjab School State Level Karate Tournament. He showcased his forte and dexterity in the competition and got selected for School National Karate Tournament. Our well-regarded Chairman, Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated Souravdeep Singh Walia on his magnificent accomplishment and stimulated him to keep on performing with equivalent fanaticism and passion at national level tournament too. The School Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara congratulated Souravdeep for his steady victory, consistent hard work and arduous efforts. She blessed him to continue his efforts to achieve and excel in his future endeavors. Over-all, the whole school and students were elated at the victory.

INTERNATIONAL FAMILY DAY

“Family is a gift that lasts forever” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized online activities along with the young Green Knights of Pre Nursery to V celebrated International Family Day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The aim of these activities was to create a special emotional bond among families and to highlight the importance of families as a basic unit of society. The young, enthusiastic students expressed their love and affection through participating in Family Tree activity, Musical Chair Game, Family Fun Activities, Cooking without Fire, Best Recipe & Presentation, Songs and Dance Videos and Tik tok Videos. Amidst the Lockdown 3.0, the teachers organised a special morning assembly through video conferencing to mark the importance of International Family Day. It was followed by announcement of the rules and regulations of various activities organised for different age groups. Continuing with the spirit to spread more fervor to the celebrations, the students exhibited their sentiments and made ingenious family tree using different sort of materials such as coloured tape, glitter shells, paper crafting, fabulous painted designs to decorate. The parents and students shared images of recipes, cooking without fire, musical chairs and fun filled activities. It was really a fun filled and splendid event. All the talented parents and students put up their best show through their dazzling videos. The students portrayed themselves as father, mother, sister and brother, grandparents etc. with great conviction and confidence. The Heart-warming songs and tik tok videos proved to be an icing on the cake which filled their heart with intimacy, gratitude, appreciation and acknowledgement for their families. The students shared their poignant videos with their class in charges. 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 digitally. Our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara was highly impressed by the act, idea formulation and act execution by the students. She articulated 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 voiced that rather everybody is in lockdown, but there is no lockdown on smiling, charity, glee and contentment. She applauded all the participants and said that Family is important because it provides love, support and a framework of values to each of its members. Family members teach each other, serve one another and share life's joys and sorrows. On the whole, the day proved to be a great a platform to explore their enthralling and binding talent.

Mother’s Day Celebration

You are the embodiment of Love, You are like a boon from above Like you there is no other, You’re the only one, you are my mother. Green Land Convent, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated Mother’s Day with great vigor and vehemence by paying sincere encomium to the great creation of the Lord of universe and the epitome of love and sacrifice, ‘Mother’. Keeping in mind the selfless efforts put by a mother for the well beings of her children plethora of events were organised at the school premises. A mother is a woman like no other. She gave us life, nurtured us, taught us, fought for us and most importantly loves us unconditionally. All the activities were planned to applaud the untired efforts put by a mother for her children. The Primary wing of the school I to III was engulfed in making vibrant Greeting Cards to express their love for their adorable Super Moms. All the blooming buds participated with zeal and enthusiasm. Class IV to V students beautifully put forward their efforts in making technicoloured Photo Frames exhibited their love and affection towards their mothers. The Senior Wing of the school also put forth their best by participating in Inter House Salad cum Mocktail Making Competition. Students displayed their culinary skill and exhibited their art of making dining table more tempting by adding taste, delight in preparation and nutrition value in vibrant salad and dazzling mocktail. As truly said, “A mother’s heart is brave and sacrifices its own pleasures for the welfare of her family”. She is like a flower each one is beautiful and unique. To add more colours to the day Inter House Flower Arrangement Competition was organized for the students of classes VI onwards to bring out the inner creativity of the students. Flowers are the symbol of everlasting love and indelible bond. The competition enabled the pupil to pay gratitude to their mothers for everything they have done to make their life cheerful and comfortable. It was a treat to watch the Green Knights arranging the various coloured flowers in a perfect way. The fragrance of the flower mesmerized everyone present there. The Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti Pujara congratulated the winner and applauded the efforts of all the participants . The First position was baggad by SHAKTI House. The second position was won by KIRTI House and the Third position went to JYOTI House in flower Making competition. As per the judgement of Salad cum Mocktail Making Competition, KIRTI House grabbed first position. Second and third positions were secured by SHAKTI House and JYOTI House respectively. The honourable Principal of this great temple of learning encourages such activities as they help the children to adopt healthy life style. She guided the students to respect their mothers and focused on the importance and role of a mother in building a child as a good human being. She further motivated the students to love and take care of their mothers, the precious gift of God.

Fun Filled Role Play

Role-Play competition for the students of Primary Wing was organized in the premises of school with great enthusiasm and fervour. The objective of this competition was to develop confidence and to promote the skills of effective Public speaking among the students. “Children are great imitators, give them something great to imitate”, keeping it in view, A Role Play Competition based on the theme “My Family” was conducted for the students of standard II. It was really a fun filled and splendid event. All the actors for the role play put up their best show. The students portrayed themselves as father, mother, sister and brother, grandparents etc. with great conviction and confidence. It proved to be a great learning experience for all the children. The ideas were executed so well by the students and acting was superb. Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara was highly impressed by the act, idea formulation and act execution by the students. She said that such competitions help the students to improve their communication skills and learn the new ways of presenting their thoughts. She applauded all the participants and awarded certificates to the winners. She also motivated them to be sincere and diligent in academics and activities to achieve success in all the spheres of life. On the whole, the day proved to be a great learning experience for the little ones to showcase their potential and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The whole atmosphere was so spell binding and enthralling.

91ST BIRTHDAY OF MICKEY MOUSE

“It all started with a mouse. If you can dream it, you can do it.” The tiny tots of Kindergarten wing of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated 91st birth anniversary of their beloved cartoon character Mickey Mouse with great pomp and show in the school premises. During this event, kids in the unique attire of Mickey Mouse were very happy. Excited faces were seen everywhere as children posed for photographs. Few kids were excited to be in the costumes of their favorite cartoon characters as Mickey, his friends, Minnie Mouse, Daisy Duck, Donald Duck, Goofy and Pluto. Interestingly, an inflatable Mickey was seen distributing toffees and chocolates to the kids. The effort and hard work of children & teachers were highly commendable. It was followed by a cake cutting ceremony. The students relished the tasty cake and enjoyed dancing on their favorite songs. Speaking on the occasion, revered principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Since 1928 Mickey Mouse created by Walt Disney has been entertaining kids all over the world. She focused on the lessons one can learn from Mickey Mouse. She further said that one of the most amazing attributes of Disney movies is their characters’ ability to relay invaluable lessons through family friendly storytelling. These Disney characters showed us that it was okay to “stand out” from the crowd and own who you are. She inspired the children to always look on the bright side of things as Mickey always has an upbeat attitude about life and its situations. 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 and they were seen smiling happily as they left the school.

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 to III participated in Photo Frame Making Activity. The Students participated in it with utmost enthusiasm and zeal. Continuing with the spirit to spread more fervor to the celebrations, the students exhibited their sentiments and made ingenious photo frames using different sort of materials such as coloured tape, glitter shells, paper crafting, fabulous painted designs to decorate the gift. 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 digitally. The students of classes IV to XII had something more special and unique to bring a smile on their beloved mother’s face. They whole- heartedly participated in Solo Singing Competition. The Heart-warming songs filled their heart with intimacy, gratitude, appreciation and acknowledgement for their mothers. The students shared their poignant videos with their class in charges. Our most revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara said that a man may work from dusk to dawn, but a woman’s work never ends. She said that undoubtedly, moms deserve to be celebrated because they’re always putting others ahead of themselves. Mother’s Day is the perfect opportunity to stop and reflect on all of her hard work. She articulated that mothers deserve nothing short of oodles of praise and attention. Though you should constantly let them know how much you love and appreciate them. She motivated all the students to appreciate the efforts and love of their mother. She further thanked and appreciated the students, parents and the staff members for their hard work, creativity and enthusiastic support. Overall, it was an enjoyable and memorable day for each and every child which left an indubitable mark on the innocent hearts.

Karate & Abacus State level Tournament

Students of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana performed exceptionally good and embarked their potential by bringing various positions in Karate & Abacus State level Tournaments held recently. The students earned medals by playing with full vigour and zeal in different categories of Boys & Girls. In Inter School Seishikai Shito-ryu Karate Championship, Sana Rana in U- 7 (Girls) category & Love Kumar in U-10 (Boys) category secured first position and Harshita Verma in U-6 (Girls) category, Varpunit in U-9 (Boys) category, Amanjit in U-7 (Boys) category & Abhijeet in U-12 (Boys) category won third position. Taniya and Drishti (T4 Category, Level 10) added another feather to the cap of school by bagging first position in Abacus Competition held recently at Tyagraj Stadium, New Delhi. Principal Ms. Jyoti congratulated the winning students and appreciated them for their efforts and adding 4 gold medals and 4 bronze medals in the talent basket of the school. She emphasized on the importance of sports and games in the present scenario and encouraged the students to keep on the good work and develop into wholesome personalities. She applauded the coaches and teachers who left no stone unturned during their practice to make their dreams come true.

Blooming Toddler’s

Blooming Toddler’s Welcome Fiesta a Royal Theme Party was organized in the premises of school with great enthusiasm and fervour. Aiming to combine learning with fun and to develop confidence in the little ones by giving them an opportunity to get on the stage and speak in front of an audience. A carnival like atmosphere prevailed in the decorated campus. In kids’ fashion show, the young rookie ‘models’ hit a high note of fashion showcasing a range of glittering and stylish attire. The gala event witnessed children walking the ramp exhibiting confidence and style. All pairs of eyes in the auditorium were glued to the bunch of ‘child’ models that mesmerized viewers with their remarkable performance. Children were dressed up as Cinderella, Snow White, Rapunzel, Elsa, Ben 10, Spiderman, Superman, Ironman, Captain America and many other beautiful characters. The tiny tots were given a chance to perform on the stage and were awarded with the title for their best costume and performance. The students were served snacks, juice, cupcake, Cookies, Muffin, Veg sandwich and snacks which they relished while tapping their feet at the conclusion of the event. The teachers were seen cheering and clapping for their little students who had put in so much effort to do their best. The school Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara welcomed the tiny tots and applauded the excitement with which they took part in the function. She said that extra-curricular activities help the students to overcome their stage fear, bring out their inner talent, give them a platform to build their self-confidence and explore their inner strength. The dynamic show concluded with the encouraging words of the Principal who lauded the admiral performances of the tiny tots, parents and the teachers for the success of the event and awarded the title for their best costume and performance to the winners. On the whole, the competition proved to be a great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talents and build self-confidence.

ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET-2019 ON CHILDREN'S DAY

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated 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. “There is no garden as beautiful as Childhood”. Children’s Day celebrations focused entirely on children and their enjoyment. On this occasion, Annual sports meet was organised for little angels of Kindergarten and Primary Wing. The day began with a colourful opening & oath ceremony. The meet was declared open by well-regarded Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, marking the commencement of the ceremony. The students participated in track and field events very enthusiastically. The most captivating aspect, embellishing the event, was the splendid field displays, involving mass student participation, which splashed on the field. The school playground was filled with great zeal, excitement and frolicsome environment. Students participated in 30m race, 50m race, 100m race, Ball Race, Hurdle Race, Frog Race, and Sack Race. The main motive of these events was complete participation. The loud cheers and applauses were a proof that children were enjoying it thoroughly. 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. She blessed the students and encouraged them to work diligently and enjoy their childhood a transient phase to optimum. On the whole, athletic meet was an outstanding display of student’s incredible fitness, strength, stamina and sportsman spirit.

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.

World Red Cross Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated ‘World Red Cross Day’ in order to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Sir J Henry Dunant, the founder of the Red Cross Movement. On this occasion, an awareness programme was organized with the theme “First Aid’ in an amplified manner to provide on 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 training began with orientation and briefing on the relevance of providing first aid to those in need. Demonstrations were given by the students on various emergency scenarios and how to remain calm and deal efficiently in such situations. ‘First Aid Kit’ activity was also organized wherein every class maintained their own first aid kit. The Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti stressed on the importance of conducting such events which help in disseminating first aid knowledge to save themselves and their loved ones from unexpected hazards such as severe bleeding, fainting, spells etc. She exhorted the students to be helping hands and to lead a life of service to reaffirm our commitment to the humanity.

Ceremonial Hawan

To commemorate the new session a ‘Ceremonial Hawan’ was organized in the premises with religious zeal and fervour. The Havan, though a regular & routine feature of the school activities, was especially dedicated to seek blessings of Almighty for His Grace for a fulfilling session ahead. The most revered, the Chairman cum Director of Chain of Green Land Schools – Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, President of the Trust Dr. Shabad Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust Mrs. Usha Rudhra and Dr. Vijayata, Director Green Land Schools were among the galaxy of dignitaries present on the occasion. The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara offered a floral welcome to the eminent guests. Students and teachers were also present with gleeful faces seeking the blessing and to be the part of this holy rites. The ceremony started with soul striving rendering Bhajans followed by Havan with the chanting of Gayatri Mantra and offerings to the sacred fire. The learned priest, Sh. Ajay Vashisht chanted the sacred mantras to purify the environment, and later the students of Class XI and XII along with their teachers poured holy offerings into sanctified fire amidst the chanting of Vedic mantras. The fragrance of the ‘Samagri’ kindled the golden flames and spread the positive vibration and energy all around. Amidst hymns and chanting of Mantras, a message of peace, spirituality and harmony was spread among the young minds on this pious occasion. Dr. Rajesh Rudhra exhorted students to value the blessings of good education and model themselves as righteous individuals and guided them to follow the principles of diligence, punctuality and discipline to achieve success in life. He further, blessed the children to be healthy, happy and successful in the coming years with positive energy flowing to fulfil the real purpose of the Havan. In an enlightening address, The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, said that the auspicious ceremony was aimed at infusing a sense of devotion into the students and was conducted to introduce them to the righteous virtuous value system of the school. She emphasized upon the students the importance of following our traditions and embracing congruous new trends for a wholesome development. She encouraged one and all to carry forward the institution’s glorious legacy. On the whole, the Havan was performed religiously under the divine fervour spirituality and concluded with an ‘Arti’ and Distribution of Prasad’. It was a moment of great joy and elation.

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.

Cambridge English Language Assessment Program

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized a two days’ 'Teacher Training Workshop' of Cambridge English Language Assessment to develop the teaching learning strategies to train students for Key and Preliminary English Test and for the First and Advanced Certificate of English from Cambridge, U.K. The training was very fruitful as the teachers were introduced with Cambridge programmes and techniques. They were provided guidance on how to teach the pupils for Cambridge English Exams and made them aware about the assessment criteria, its aims & objectives, teaching aids & approaches and also about the engrossed resources that are available to support their teaching. It also encouraged the teachers to reflect on and take greater responsibility for their teaching as a facilitator and to become more innovative in their classroom practice. The session aroused a lot of interest and enthusiasm among the teachers with a major focus on activity based teaching so that students develop greater interest in language competence and do really well in exams. The teachers who attended were exceptional in their desire to explore and engage with suggested approaches to the teaching and utilization of exam focused techniques. The teacher involvement produced intense and detailed discussion with animated practice. The Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti Pujara said that supporting teachers in their professional development leads to improve outcomes for learners and these training workshops provide hands on experience for teachers under the guidance of experienced facilitators. She appreciated the untiring efforts of the trainer to guide the teachers and also congratulated all the participants on successfully completing the training. On the whole, it was a very interactive, engaging and an insightful session.

World Book Day

The “World Book Day” was organized in the premises of school on 23rd April 2019 with much enthusiasm. The students came together to appreciate reading. The main aim of World Book Day was to encourage children to explore the pleasures of books and reading by providing them with the opportunity to have a book of their own. In context to the Book Day, ‘Book Mark Making Competition’ and ‘Slogan Writing Competition’ was held for classes IV-V, VI – VIII and IX – X and respectively. Words and pictures geared up everybody’s mind to give a deep thought about ‘Our Real Input’ in encouraging book reading. The children took part in various fun and creative reading and writing opportunities to really promote a love of books and of reading not just for pleasure but also for a purpose. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said, “Reading is an investment, which has great returns and books are our true friends. The magic of books has been there since time immemorial. She, further, encouraged the students to read as much as they can which will add magic to their lives. She thanked and appreciated the students 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. It was an awaking activity where everyone had a very enjoyable day and has learnt about some new books which they’d like to read next. The event was very successful as everyone left the event with a promise to read more, to open our imagination and enhance knowledge. The event was a celebration of authors, books, characters, and reading along with various fun activities.

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.

The Earth Day

The Earth Day was celebrated with much enthusiasm on 22nd April 2019 in the premises of school. The aim was to sensitize the students towards their role in addressing global environmental challenges at grass root level. The school choir presented a mellifluous song on the occasion. A week long cleanliness drive ensured that the students neatly turned out their classrooms. The tiny tots collectively participated in doing the beautiful craft work based on Earth Day. They were made to communicate few lines and slogans conveying the message of keeping surroundings clean and in turn taking care of the Mother Earth. Role plays on how Mother Earth can be saved from global warming were enacted. To mark this day and to emphasize upon the need to save trees, all the primary section children were involved in speaking slogans like ‘Save Earth’ and ‘Go Green’. Children also participated in creative activities like slogan writing, card making, poster making and poem writing displaying their artistic and linguistic skills while showcasing their awareness about conserving natural resources. Students and staff members took pledge during the occasion. The celebrations concluded with the National Anthem and the belief that the students would respect their natural inheritance and be good caretaker of their planet. Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara in her address 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 flaura and fauna, soil and water from the unhealthy man made practices growing industrialisation and urbanisation. On the whole , the Earth Day event had galvanized more students and parents than any other event Showing that more than ever people care are very concerned about global healing and environmental issues. The whole school was filled with heart warming and ecologically poignant artworks and displays done by students of various ages over the past month. These displays simultaneously brought big smiles and tears to the viewer’s eyes.

550TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF SHRI GURU NANAK DEV JI

The students and Faculty of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the 550th Parkash Utsav of Guru Nanak Dev Ji with devotion and reverence. The spiritual ambience of the devotional chants was attended by all the children. “O Nanak, the name of Waheguru is like a ship which will take you to your salvation,” to observe this auspicious occasion, a special morning assembly was organised to mark birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The students came dressed in traditional Sikh attire and the assembly commenced with a prayer followed by a demonstration of the customary ‘Prabhat Pheri’. The children looked very impressive as they were dressed up like Panj Pyaras. On this occasion, 'Kirtan' was performed by the students of the school. They paid tribute to Guru Nanak Dev Ji by spreading his divine message of harmony, humility and equality through poems, speeches and orations. 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 Guru- Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji. Speaking on the occasion, our most cherished Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara inspired the students to incorporate the teachings of Shri 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. The program concluded with distribution of Prasad.

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.

SCHOOL REOPENING

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar reopened its doors and welcomed the students after the rejuvenating summer break. The whole campus was reverberated with the beaming faces of the Green knights and the hustle and bustle of the parents getting their kids back to school on time so as to have them to begin their first day punctually. The children were elated to see their friends and teachers back plunged into the normal routine packed with full of fun and recreation. Also, students of kindergarten enjoyed watching a very interesting, funny and pleasurable movie ‘Stuart Little’. “Teachers Training Programme” was conducted before the opening of the school which helped the teachers to explore new ways to teaching through audio-visual aids with the aim to bring qualitative changes in teaching learning process and making it student friendly. The school Principal, Ms. Jyoti Pujara welcomed the students and motivated them to do their study with passion. She also informed the students about the upcoming events and inspired them to participate in every activity both in scholastic and co- scholastic. She also addressed the teachers to be life long learners and play a positive role as a facilitator to inspire the young learners and prepare them for the future. On the whole, the entire campus was echoed with enthusiasm and positive vibrancy.

4th International Karate Championship

Sana Rana students of Class V of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana participated in the 4th International Karate Championship on 28th and 29th July, 2018 at Netaji Indoor Stadium, Kolkata organized by All India Seishin Kai Shito –Ryu Karate-Do Federation and bagged the Bronze Medal. It was a hard competition where number of students from all over India participated giving tough competition to each other. Sana Rana played under 10 category and by clinching the Bronze Medal, She not only made her School Proud but also the whole of India. The School Principal, Mrs. Jyoti Pujara appreciated the student and felt highly proud to have such students being trained in the school. The school students and staff were in a spirit on the grand achievement of Sana at International level at such a small age.

“Iam glad Iam me” a self –introductory activity

“Iam glad Iam me” a self –introductory activity was organized for the students of Class I. The day was observed with an aim to promote the skills of effective Public speaking. "It is important to know yourself before you know the world", keeping it in view, a self-introduction competition “I am glad I am me!” was organized for the student of class I to enhance their oratory skills. Some of the participants spoke very confidently. Others were motivated by the teachers and tried their level best. The children felt on top of the world when they spoke about their school, family and hobbies. Their attempt to hold the mic developed their socio emotional skills as well. Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that such competitions help the students to improve their communication skills and learn the new ways of presenting their thoughts. She applauded all the participants and awarded certificates to the winners. She also motivated them to be sincere and diligent in academics and activities to achieve success in all the spheres of life. She was highly impressed by the act, idea formulation and act execution by the students on the topics given to them. On the whole, the day proved to be great fulfilled experience for the little ones and gave them a platform to explore their hidden talent. The event proved that the students can very well introduce themselves to the world.

INTER-HOUSE MEHANDI DESIGNING COMPETITION

Our school organised Inter-House Mehandi Designing Competition in the school premises with great gusto and passion. The Day was celebrated to inculcate among the learners’ interest in traditional customs of India exhibited on various festive occasions. The young lasses of Jyoti House, Shakti House, Kirti House and Jagriti House took part in the competition enthusiastically. Irrespective of the exposure and experience, they adorned their hands with Mehandi designs which helped them boost their confidence in the art. Few girls hold the cone for the first time in their hands and applied beautiful designs which caught hold the eyes of the judges. The different types of designs which the students explored where; Indian mehandi designs, the Arabic mehandi design and African mehandi designs. Interacting with the students, our most esteemed Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that it is important for students to make use of such diligent practical learning opportunities to add momentum and edge to their professional aspirations. She encouraged the students and the teachers for putting in efforts to keep this cultural and traditional art form alive. Over-all, the students were very passionate while applying henna on the palms of their house-mates. The outcome of the competition was an epitome of their imagination & creativity.

12TH ANNUAL PRIZE DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION & CULTURAL FEST-2019

Glorifying and appreciating the achievers with accolades, Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized the ‘12th Annual Prize Distribution Function and Cultural Fest-2019’ amidst great zest, effervescence and euphoria. The evening was reserved for a gala presentation. The celebration was bound to be a befitting occasion for the spontaneous outburst in a wide range of creativity. S. Parminder Singh Gill (IAS) C.A. GLADA graced the occasion as the Chief Guest of this prestigious ceremony and S. Charanjeet Singh chancellor of CT University were the guest of honour. The celebration as scheduled, started in the evening with the warm floral welcome of the Chief Guest by the Chairman - Chain of Green Land Schools – Dr. Rajesh Rudhra, President of the Trust Dr. Shabad Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust Mrs. Usha Rudhra, Director Green Land Schools, Dr. Vijayata Rudhra and the Principal of the host school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara. The other dignitaries gracing the occasion were Principals of all Green Land Schools, Mrs. Baldeep Pandher, Mrs. Vinita Sanan, Mrs. Ritu and Mrs. Mona Thakur and eminent member of School Management Committee, Mr. Ravi Kalra. All the dignitaries were given a cordial welcome by the school band with a scintillating display of bagpipes and drums. The function commenced with the auspicious lighting of the sacred lamp followed by invoking on spiritual divinity with ‘Tridevi Vandana’. A musical feast was presented by the school orchestra in the form of an orchestral Sufi train journeying through various mystical and Sufi stations. The speech given by Anvesha the student of class VII, portrayed how the school is impacting change through numerous opportunities embedded into the school space. The function included a series of thematic performances. Kindergarten Dance titled ‘Holiday’ was performed by the tiny tots, leaving the spectators mesmerized. The chief attraction of today’s programme was a Punjabi musical play “Heer-Waris Shah Di”. The famous poetic narration was adapted, directed & dramatized with beautifully curated music. The students presented the tragic story with great imagination, emotional facility, physical expressivity, vocal projection and the ability to interpret drama. It was certainly an impressive presentation. A power packed performance “Circus” by the students of Primary Wing left the audience spell-bound. They were flabbergasted to see the balancing acts by the young Green Knights. It was followed by a choreography - ‘Women Empowerment’ was an exclusive presentation. It was a tribute to the power of Nari Shakti- let us walk shoulder to shoulder to create a society where women are integral partners of our development journey. The presentation was laudable indeed. Another fervent performance “Swachh Bharat” added élan to the function. The students initiated to aware the masses towards importance of cleanliness and 3 R’s i.e Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. The young and energetics lassies performed “Folk Dance of Haryana” highlighting their talent which added an amazing enthusiasm to the show. The confidence and the superb performance of the students on the stage kept the audience glued to their seats throughout the show. The cosmic celebration comprised of colorful & vibrant performances by the students, theatrical extravaganzas and the prize distribution ceremony for the scholastic and co-scholastic achievers. While the students celebrated the day in all vibrancy, the school awarded meritorious students in different fields of academics & sports for their National, State and District achievements. The vibrant music, breath taking colors and highly coordinated movement set the tone for various folk dances, where students performed the eye catching performance. The students presented their foundation of talents during this fantastic series of presentations. The most riveting performance was “Bhangra” which won an unceasing applause from the audience showing the enthusiasm of young Gabrus of Punjab. The Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara presented the annual school report highlighting the achievements of the students in the field of academics, sports and co-curricular activities. She also spoke about the year-round activities conducted in the school. She congratulated the achievers and encouraged them to perform even better in future. In her Vote of thanks, she appreciated the efforts of students and teachers in making the event a great success. Chairman - Dr. Rajesh Rudhra felicitated the staff and the students for putting up such an extravagant show. He stated that our vision is to create a society of progressive thinking individuals who will contribute to the intellectual development of the global community by initiating positive changes in the social fabric. Education or success, he opined, is incomplete or futile without keeping in view the goal of serving one’s country. He congratulated the achievers who were awarded for their excellence in curricular and co-curricular activities and motivated the students to continue their toil and attain greater heights in life. The most memorable moments of the function were marked by the precious words of advice and appreciation by the Chief Guest S. Parminder Singh Gill (IAS) during his address to the students and parents. He lauded the vision and the relentless hard work done by students and their mentors for presenting such a message oriented programme showing the importance of sustainable development. A student is a celebrity while he performs in his school and one must appreciate the glory of their celebration. He urged parents to encourage and praise their children for their good work and achievements, as appreciation gives them indomitable strength to face the world. The months of hard work and several rehearsals paid off. The gala reached to halt with the National Anthem performed by the students of the school invoking the spirit of nationality and patriotism amongst the massive presence. Parents and children were flourishing with beaming faces and a smile that they were proud to be a part of this institution. Overall, the celebrations concluded on a happy note encouraging the students to establish further milestones in the journey of success.

MAHA SHIVRATRI

"When you focus on being a blessing, God makes sure that you are always blessed in abundance". Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated Maha Shivratri with devotion and religious fervour in honour of Lord Shiva in its school premises. To feel the verve of festival, a special assembly on ‘Mahashivratri' was conducted by the students. Festival celebrated in veneration of Lord Shiva commenced with the Morning Prayer 'Teri Hai Zameen, Tera Aasmaan” followed by a speech sharing the significance of the pious day. Powers and role of Lord Shiva in the natural cycle were highlighted through the speech. The auspiciousness of this day for Goddess Parvati was exhibited and heartfelt prayers were offered to Lord Shiva by all. Speaking on the occasion, our revered Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Maha Shivaratri is a festival celebrated annually in honour of Lord Shiva, and in particular, marks the day of the celebration of marriage of Lord Shiva with Goddess Parvati. She said that the third eye of Lord Shiva symbolises that we must not always believe what we see until we are able to see it from the mind’s eye. She articulated that whenever we face an adverse circumstance, then we must not keep on thinking about what we see in front of us. Rather we must give our mind enough time to think about the solution to the problem and must perceive the situation from all the aspects. The students along with Principal Mam offered flowers to Lord Shiva and seek His choicest blessings for the upcoming exams. On the whole, everyone swayed away with the chanting of sacred mantra ‘Om Namah Shivaya' which made the milieu holy and consecrated.

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.

Shabad Kirtan and Satsang to commemorate the commencement of new session

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana reverberated with ‘Shabad Kirtan and Satsang to commemorate the commencement of new session and seeking the blessings of Hazoor Maharaj ji. The school premise was aptly decorated depicting the joviality of the occasion. The most revered, the Chairman cum Director of Chain of Green Land Schools – Sh. Rajesh Rudhra, President of the Trust Sh. Shabad Rudhra, General Secretary of the Trust Mrs. Usha Rudhra and Ms. Vijayata were among the galaxy of dignitaries present on the occasion. The Principal, Ms. Jyoti Pujara offered a floral welcome to the eminent guests. The school students and staff were also present with gleeful faces to welcome the Principals of all Green Land Schools – Mrs. Baldeep Pandher, Mrs. Vinita Sanan, Mrs. Gunmeet, Mrs. Vinod Khajuria and Mrs. Gurpreet Kaur. It was a moment of great joy and elation. The celebration started with a soulful rendition of Shabads followed by Langar. The students of school choir and teachers recited melodious Shabads taking every one into the world of devotion and spirituality. Students presented a shining example of discipline and perseverance. The entire staff & the students of the school participated in this holy occasion whole heartedly and took a pledge to follow the path of humanity, piety, truth and peace. Shabads and Hymns allured in the positive energy as students from senior classes joined their hands in prayer to seek the grace of Hazoor Maharaj Param Sant Kirpal Singh Ji. The Chairman of Chain of Green Land Schools, Sh. Rajesh Rudhra in his speech stressed on following the principles of Guru. He gave full credit of success of Chain of Green Land Schools to Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj. He stated that it is only the blessings of our Guru that we are enjoying pinnacle of glory today. He exhorted students to value the blessings of good education and model themselves as living a righteous life. He blessed the children to be healthy, happy and successful in the coming years, with positive energy flowing to fulfil the dreams of their parents. Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti Pujara showered her blessings and urged the students to work with more devotion and dedication. She said that the beginning of a new session is always an auspicious time - a time for new hopes and renewed dreams. She advised the students to walk down the right path and always strive for the best in life. On the whole, the shabad kirtan and satsang programme were performed under the divine fervor & spirituality. The school enviornment was devotional and blissfull everywhere. The programme ended with ‘prasad’ distribution.

Fourth International Yoga Day

Yoga is more than the union of our head to our knees, it is the union of ourselves with the divine……… Ms. Jyoyi Pujara Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar Ludhiana celebrated ‘Fourth International Yoga Day’ to enhance the feeling of well-being and better quality of life amongst its students and teachers. The great institution initiated one day practice session to create awareness about the essence of yogic exercises. To elevate the healthy way of life and imbibe the value of discipline, the students and the teachers were summoned in the school campus. The occasion began with the mellifluous prayer. A Power Point Presentation was shown demonstrating various Asanas and Importance of Yoga in One’s Life. All the paricipants were introduced to Yogasanas, Pranayama, Meditation, Dhyana, Kapalbhati, Bhadrasana etc. The Whole Campus drenched in the nectarean flute music of divine love. The teachers and the students participated enthusiastically and got the chance to know how yoga embodies unity of mind and body. The Principal, Mrs. Jyoti Pujara calls yoga “an expression of life.” In her speech she said, “Yoga essentially means finding the key to the nature of existence.” She inspired her students and teachers to develop a habit of early rising and practising yoga daily as it has countless benefits that positively affect our physical and mental well - being. She also pointed out that a regular practice of yoga can help us to reduce stress, memorize the things, increase memory power, and understand a concept and its context. She exhorted upon that yoga is the scientific way of living healthy and increasing life expectancy. She motivated her students to make yoga indispensable part of their lives. The Programme ended with a vote of thanks and the resolution taking ceremony of practising yoga everyday.

STORY TELLING COMPETITION

“Story Telling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the World today.” To enhance the confidence and speaking skills of the students and to observe ‘International Tiger Day’, An Inter Class Story Telling Competition was organized on the topic ‘The Jungle Safari’ at Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar for students of pre-primary and I std. Around 70 students from different sections participated in the competition with great enthusiasm and zeal. Story Telling is an art that helps students to connect to humanity. It is what that helps students to link with their past and provides a glimpse into the future. Taking this fact into consideration the children got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. All the participants came up with different stories and narrated them on stage with great zeal and enthusiasm. All the class teachers put their efforts to teach the narration of stories to these tiny tots. The telling of stories by these little ones in various costumes with props and voice modulation proved that a real great talent finds its happiness in its execution. This competition was really beneficial for the students to pursue a rich and enjoyable language learning experience. The whole school was captivated with the charm, confidence and conviction of students. The students were judged on parameters like confidence, pronunciation, costume, props and on the overall presentation. Ms. Amrita and Ms. Baby Sharma were the judges of the competition. The worthy Principal of the school Ms. Jyoti Pujara who is one of the finest narrators declared the final result. She congratulated the winners and applauded all the participants for their superb performances. She also highlighted the importance of ‘International Tiger Day’ and motivated the students to ‘To save the environment by saving the rare species of the tiger.’ She also explained the right way of narrating a story and emphasized that story telling is a spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings. She motivated the students to always showcase their talent in spectra of activities.

Punjab School Zonal Tournaments

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana sparkled in the Punjab School Zonal Tournaments held recently. Players were in high spirit adding feathers to the glorious school cap. Our school Badminton team (U-19 boys) performed exceptionally good and won bronze medal after beating St. Thomas Sr. Sec. School, Ludhiana by 2-1. Players Shubham, Pratham, Agampreet, Gurpinder and Abhinav Sharma were in jubilant mood taking proud to air. Another felicitation added to the school fame was brought by players in Volleyball tournament. Kavita, Anshika, Diksha, Arshleen, Kashish, Gurmehak, Virinda, Anjali and Sonali (U-17 Girls) bagged third position and were appreciated for their stupendous efforts and talents. The sports gems exhibited their high sportsmanship in the Hockey tournament as well. Keshav Rana, Taranpreet Singh, Enosh & Jashandeep from U- 14 (Boys) and Parampuneet, Ragvenderpal, Jashanjot, Bhavuk, Anand, Navpreet, Bharamveer & Rajveer Singh from U-19 (Boys) got selected for Punjab School District Tournament. Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti Pujara congratulated the winning teams and inspired them to keep on attaining laurels in future as well. She said that the students have been putting up excellent performances in various sports events as they are trained under the supervision of specialized coaches. She further added that participation in sports activities enhance the development of sports skills, high levels of discipline and team spirit among students.

Dilkash Selected in Ludhiana District Cricket Association

Passionate and keen player, Dilkash, the student of VIII std. of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana has been selected in Ludhiana District Cricket Association out of 250 aspirants who attended these trials. He added one more feather to his cap which is a matter of pride to mention. Dilkash has always been appreciated for his all-rounder performance in zonal as well as district level cricket tournaments. In session 2017-18 & 2018-19 he represented school cricket team in District Level Tournament and won Gold medal by securing first position. He was also selected in PCA trials in session 2017-18. Chairman of the school, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated Dilkash on his achievement and inspired him to keep on performing with the same zeal and enthusiasm. He highlighted the fact that the school continues its legacy of producing State and National level players in sports arena. Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Pujara congratulated the young achiever for his stupendous performance. She blessed the jubilant ‘Dilkash’ on his success and achievement. She encouraged him to reach far greater heights and said that, "The three pillars of cricket - discipline, determination and devotion - can not only guide one in cricket but in one's life." Dilkash was in high spirit as left no stone unturned during practice to make his dreams come true.

Mother Tongue Day

“A special kind of beauty exists which is born in language, of language, and for language” by Gaston Bachelard. Matribhasha Diwas (Mother Tongue Day) was celebrated in the school by organizing day-long activities in two languages –Mother Tongue Hindi and Regional Language Punjabi. The objective behind celebrating this day was to promote linguistic & cultural diversity, to highlight the important role of languages that play in preserving and developing our heritage. Students from Classes I to VIII impressively showed their writing skills by Sulekh Writing in Hindi and Gurmukhi Writing in Punjabi. Some of the highlighting activities like writing name of teachers, name of members in the family motivated the students to enhance their basic neatness in writing and they explore their language knowledge with different hues and flavors. The participants very enthusiastically participated. This activity was mainly to encourage the students to learn basic language skills in mother tongue. It was a pleasant sight to watch those tiny hands working with their pencils and erasers to create a letter as beautiful as they could and recall all spellings and styles require to write in mother tongue and regional language. Addressing the students, the revered Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara praised and applauded the efforts of the students. She appreciated the students with their precious pearls of encouragement. She advised the children to use the pure form of the language rather than “Hinglish” and develop an interest in our rich culture by reading and writing more for pleasure. Further she said that we are living in that nation which is blessed with many regional languages. It was a day when we bow to the love for our mother tongues. We should proudly say “Hindi hain ham watan hai Hindustaan hamaaraa”, irrespective of the languages that we speak and irrespective of the place we hail from. On the whole, languages connect us and break down barriers when we unite to nurture the best in us and help each other succeed. Happy Mother Tongue Day!”

Baisakhi Celebration

Baisakhi – the festival of harvest was celebrated with traditional fervour and gaiety and great enthusiasm in the premises of school. To mark the importance of this day, the school was dolled up and festooned with Baisakhi theme and a grand celebration. The whole school came alive with a brilliant activities organized for the students. The day started by seeking the blessings of Almighty through recital of prayer. A special assembly was organized where the students presented vibrant and colorful programs depicting the festival, followed by speeches paying tributes to martyrs of Jallianwala Bagh Massacre saluting all the martyrs who lost their lives when thousands of unarmed men, women and children were killed by the British army on the orders of General Dyer. On this day many activities and competitions were held in the school. ‘Squash Making Activity’ was held for the students of Pre-Primary and I Std. The toddlers, actively participated in squash making activity and set the mood for the festival celebrations. The Students of primary section presented folk songs an an ‘Inter House Singing Competition’ was organized for classes II-V. The students of middle section enthusiastically participated in group dance competition. Students attired in pretty Punjabi suits with glittering dupattas looked awesome. The presentation of Punjabi song was quite mesmerizing and reminded the audience about the great heritage and culture of Punjab. A vibrant & enthralling performance of Bhangra and Giddha fascinated the audience. The hall echoed with loud music and clapping by the audience. These engaging and fun filled activities were planned in such a manner that students went home feeling confident, connected to each other, and as a deeply valued member of our school community. A small animated video on the festival was shown to the students. They were also made aware of the importance of this festival by showcasing the Punjabi culture. The purpose was to make the students aware about the historical background, significance and relevance of Baisakhi celebrations. The students were also told about various aspects of rural Punjab, its cultural heritage through tableaux showing the sowing, ploughing, harvesting, winnowing and gathering of crop. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, apprised everyone 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 all festivals with great enthusiasm and energy and respect to promote harmony and brotherhood throughout the world. She acknowledged and appreciated all the students for giving such scintillating and vivacious performances. As a whole, keeping up the tradition, the students and teachers celebrated Baisakhi in a colorful and cheerful manner. As Baisakhi is a festival of joy and celebrations, students enjoyed it in the same way. The day was full of joyous and learning for children. The entire school campus was immersed in the spirit of festivity.

NATIONAL NUTRITIONAL WEEK

Our school celebrated National Nutritional Week in the school premises with great zeal and enthusiasm. Looking at alluring advertisements of famous food chains, children are getting attracted to junk food. To address the issue, the school took an initiative to inculcate healthy eating habits by organizing an Intra-Class Healthy Tiffin Competition for the tiny tots of Pre-Primary students. A gamut of activities were planned for our young learners who explored their artistic self as they designed colourful headgears of fruits , thus proclaiming Eat Healthy, Stay Healthy. Going the salubrious way, the tiny tots displayed their Tiffin which was vibrant with variety of food items, carrying out the spree of nourishing Balanced Diet. The students gave presentations and enumerated the wholesome benefits. To develop the skill of non- flame dishes, an activity “Inter Class Flameless Cooking” was organized for Class I-II. It was conducted with a view to create awareness about the nutritional value of food cooked without fire. The students prepared nutritious dishes like ‘Sprouted Bhel, Sandwiches, Orange Tang and Cheesy Biscuit Canopy’ using easy and quick recipes. They served the substantial meal in an artistic and aesthetic way. Mastering the art of Table Setting, children were seen learning the placement of cutlery. The school Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara articulated that a healthy mind lives in a healthy body. She applauded the students for their enthused contribution and elucidation of each component present in their food. She exhorted the participating students to eat fresh homemade food. Students were inspired to eat fresh fruits and salads. According to her along with Academics, it is an amalgamation for the students to show their contribution and participation in co-curricular activities. She said one should eat healthy food, balanced diet and not waste food. Over-all, it was a learning experience for young green knights. The event not only provided a platform for the students to foster their creativity and decision making skills but also helped them explore their hidden talents and discover new areas of interest.

DIWALI CELEBRATION

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar celebrated 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 ambience of the school buzzed with various activities on “Diwali Celebrations”. The day started with a special morning assembly wherein students delivered speeches on the significance of the festival and the relevance of eco-friendly celebrations. The students of middle section and senior wing participated in ‘Inter-House Rangoli-Making competition along with Class 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, variety of material used etc. The Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara greeted the students and motivated them to celebrate Eco- friendly and Eco-sensitive Diwali. She 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’. She congratulated as well as encouraged the winners to enhance their talent. On the whole, the festival of fun and excitement haulted with loads of joy and happiness sparkling on the faces of everyone. Both Teachers and students enjoyed the Diwali celebrations wholeheartedly.

LSSC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2019 (U-19) BOYS & GIRLS

Pain is only temporary but victory is forever. – Jeremy H Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar organized Day 2 of Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) - Basketball Tournament for (U-19) Boys & Girls. The sports gems displayed their high sportsmanship in the Basketball tournament. The premise was engrossed with the cheering of audience for their favorite team in the matches played between different schools affiliated to CBSE. On the second day, the matches were held for the boys teams U-19 category. The tournament was well organized. The competition was held on knockout basis. The players displayed a spectrum of courage, cooperation and sportsmanship and gave a cut throat competition to each other to secure their top positions. The most intriguing aspect, embellishing the event was the great zeal, excitement and frolicsome environment. Players exhibited team spirit and never say die attitude throughout the event. The young basketball players showed off their hoop skills in the tournament. Speaking on the occasion, the most esteemed Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara applauded the determination and perseverance of all players and blessed them for their better future. She emphasized that you don’t always get what you wish for; you get what you work for. It’s about self-improvement, about being better than you were the day before. She congratulated the winners of today event. Final Result of U-19 (Girls) Match Winner- Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar First Runner up- GNIPS, Model Town Second Runner Up- Green Land Sen. Sec. Public School, Jalandhar Bypass Result Summary of U-19 (Boys) Matches I. First Match (U-19 Boys) Total Scores Ryan International School, Jamalpur v/s GMT, Bypass Winner - GMT, Bypass 31-30 II. Second Match (U-19 Boys) Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh Road v/s GRD Academy, Humbran Road. Winner - Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh Road 39-35 III. Third Match (U-19 Boys) Total Scores GMT International School, Kakowal v/s Green Land Convent School, Dugri Winner - Green Land Convent School, Dugri 17-6

ORIGAMI ACTIVITY FOR THE STUDENTS OF K.G.

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana conducted an Origami Activity for the students of KG in the school premises with great zeal and enthusiasm. Children participated in this venture with high spirits. The tiny tots were amazed to see transformation of a flat sheet square of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting. Budding stars created unique and exclusive shapes and structures to showcase their finesse in paper craft. They made house, fan, fish, flower, boat, butterfly, dog, bird etc. and displayed them with great pleasure and gratification. Origami Activity provided the little ones with wonderful “schematic learning through repeatable actions”. As the teachers demonstrated, children watched closely and listened carefully to the specific instructions and then carried them with originality, neatness and accuracy. This activity triggered their imagination and enhanced their creative skills. The most illustrious Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Origami is a fun way to explain concepts. A thin piece of paper is not very strong, but if you fold it like an accordion it will be. She articulated that such skills allow children to comprehend, characterize, and construct their own vernacular for the world around them. She further said that it excites other modalities of learning. It has been shown to improve spatial visualization skills using hands-on learning. On the whole, the paper folding craft was not only a fun filled experience, but it also proved to be a valuable means to develop artistic skills in the young ones.

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.

SUMMER CAMP

The two weeks Summer Camp concluded at Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana with a high note amid fun and learning. The camp was a hub of rejuvenation, rejoice, recreation and reinforcement where different activities were clubbed to make students improve their concentration, learning, imagination and develop their social skills. Spoken English, Personality Development, Western Dance, Classical Dance, Calligraphy, Abacus, Art & Craft, Sports like Cricket, Volleyball, Badminton, Karate, Skating, Kabaddi, Chess, Hockey, fitness were comprised to make it as a wholesome exposure for learners. More than 120 students participated in that array of activities. Students were zealous to participate in these activities. A great change was noticed in the students as compared to the time back when they joined the camp. On the last day of the camp a function was organized to exhibit the talent of students which was groomed in this camp. The show involved most of the students in a spectacular performance enriched with rich music, dance, play, speeches etc. The students presented their foundation of talents during this fantastic series of presentations. The confidence and the superb performance of the students on the stage kept the audience glued to their seats throughout the show. The Chairman of Chain of Green Land Schools Sh. Rajesh Rudhra applauded the efforts of students and staff members. He expressed his happiness and encouraged the budding green knights to continue their toil and attain greater heights in life. He said that that these camps groom the hidden talent of students. The Principal Mrs. Jyoti Pujara appreciated staff & students to put a great show all together. She said educational activities add learning in a fun and meaningful way is the need of the hour. These activities make the students love and enjoy the sweet creativity. On the whole, children were blooming with beaming faces and a smile that they were proud to be a part of this camp.

Baisakhi Celebration

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated ‘Baisakhi- the important harvest festival of Punjab with great zeal and fervour. Students as well as the teachers were in their gala mood and displayed great enthusiasm for the celebration. A whole set up of punjabi culture & tradition was visible on the day. On this day many activities and competitions were held in the school. ‘Squash Making Activity’ was held for the students of Pre-Primary and I Std. An ‘Inter House Singing Competition’ was organized for classes II-V. Students attired in pretty Punjabi suits with glittering dupattas looked awesome. The presentation of Punjabi song was quite mesmerizing and reminded the audience about the great heritage and culture of Punjab. A vibrant & enthralling performance of Bhangra and Giddha fascinated the audience. The hall echoed with loud music and clapping by the audience. Students also gave speeches on Jallianwala Bagh massacre saluting all the martyrs who lost their lives when thousands of unarmed men, women and children were killed by the British army on the orders of General Dyer. Principal Ms. Jyoti added more colours to this celebration & addressed the students highlighting the religious & social importance of the festival. She threw a limelight on the relevance of this day and also motivated the students to enrich their rich cultural heritage by imbibing moral values. She announced the judgement & congratulated the winners of Inter House Singing Competition and encouraged everybody to maintain beautiful culture of Punjab. First position was obtained by Jagriti House, Second position was acquired by Kirti House and Third position was won by Jyoti House. The whole school wore the festive look of rich Punjabi culture. On the whole the Baisakhi celebration was enjoyed by one and all.

Investiture Ceremony

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana earmarked the ‘Investiture Ceremony’ with high degree of sincerity & enthusiasm investing its outstanding students as office bearers. It was a day imbued with a sense of pride, humility and leadership to help the students feel the sense of responsibility and keeping the tradition of the institution. The Investiture ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly invested office bearers. Donning the mantle of accountability, they also pledged to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. We believe that the child centric approach will frame a responsible citizen. The Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti Pujara conferred badges & sashes to the newly elected school council. This year the council comprised of Senior Head Boy SAKSHAM (XII COMMERCE) & Senior Head Girl TANYA (XII COMMERCE), School Secretaries MANISH KUMAR BIND (XI NON-MEDICAL) & CHHAVI JAIN (XI MEDICAL) and Junior Head Boy SHIVANSHU BHARDWAJ & Junior Head Girl ANVESHA SHARMA from VI std. who boasted with the feeling of pride and sense of responsibility surging in their heads. Captain- RUKSAAR PARVEEN (XI COMMERCE) & Vice Captain- VANSH SOHI (IX BACON) of Jagriti House, Captain- JASHANPREET KAUR (XI NON-MEDICAL) & Vice Captain- MEHAK SIDHU (IX Bacon) of Jyoti House, Captain- DHRUV ARORA (X BACON) & Vice Captain- RAJ KANWAR SINGH (IX BACON)of Kirti House & Captain- SHUBAM KUMAR (XI COMMERCE) & Vice Captain- SAVLEEN SINGH (X CHAUCER) of Shakti House, Prefects of all the houses and all Class Representatives took the stage and were also adorned with sashes and badges. It was followed by an Oath Taking Ceremony by the elected School Council pledging solidarity, loyalty and devotion to their alma mater. Teachers who have been chosen as the House Minister and Deputy Minister were also announced formally. The revered Principal congratulated them and admonished them to be impartial and honest in discharging their duties. She also exhorted them to uphold the values. She reminded them that with position comes responsibility towards themselves, their school and peers and struggles help one to achieve heights. She advised them to be role models and extended a supporting hand to the students’ council for the smooth running of the school. On the whole, the stage lit up with vibrant colors of the different flags and the event reinstated the faith in the caliber and leadership of the future generation.

Closing of Summer Camp

The two weeks Summer Camp concluded at Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar Ludhiana with high note amid fun, frolic and lifelong learning. The prestigious school regimented a wide range of activities like Spoken English, Western Dance and Music, Classical Dance and Music, Flameless Cooking, Art & Craft, Calligraphy, Sports like Cricket, Basketball, Badminton, Skating, Chess, Yoga, Hockey, Fitness and Aerobics etc. The camp was organized to cater the needs of young learners and to encourage them to enjoy diversity of extra-curricular activities and enable them to use their leisure time in a productive and fun-filled way. A wide range of activities were adjunct to provide the students an opportunity for introspection, self-discipline, self-discovery and creativity. The two weeks Summer Camp provided the students adventurous, active and healthy summer. The students actively and robustly participated in the various activities. On the last day of the Camp a function was organized to entitle the students to unveil their flair and artistry in which they were groomed during the camp. The students spellbound the audience with their talent and astounding performances. Sh. Rajesh Rudra, the Chairman of Chain of Green Land Schools and the Principal, Mrs. Jyoti Pujara appreciated the students and the staff members for organising the blend of learning and fun filled activities and making the summer camp a success. They said that the main aim of the summer camp was to enable the students to develop their abilities and enthusiasm for sports and extra-curricular activities which they can enjoy and excel in. Thus, the school creates plenty of opportunities for the students to carve out a niche for themselves in various fields by participating in sports and various activities. The principal in her address call for proactive approach from parents to identify, nurture and appreciate their children’s creativities. On the whole, the school Champs were blooming with beaming faces and smile and feeling proud to be the part of nurturing Summer Camp.

Inter class Poetry Recitation Competition

“Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words” - Robert Frost An Inter class Poetry Recitation Competition was organized at Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar for the students of Primary Wing. Beauty is the realm of poetry, children enjoy the beauty of expression, thoughts, feeling, rhyme, rhythm and music of words. Taking all these facts into consideration the children got an opportunity to exhibit their talent and confidence. The competition inspired the children to come forward and recite on stage. The children came up with different poems on the topic “Environment Conservation” and recited them withgreat zeal and enthusiasm. The competition was conducted in two categories i.e. Category-A (II & III standard) and Category-B (IV-V standard). Four students from each class & section participated in two categories for the competition. All the class teachers put their efforts to recite the poems in the coherent form and students proved that a really great talent finds its happiness in execution. This competition really proved beneficial for the students to pursue a rich and enjoyable language learning experience. The whole school was captivated with the charm, confidence and conviction of students. The students were judged on parameters like confidence, voice modulation, dramatic appropriateness, the props used and on the overall presentation. Ms. Deepali Headmistress and Ms. Priya teacher of Primary Wing were the judges. But the final judgment was made by Mrs. Jyoti Pujara who is a poet and worthy Principal of the school. She also declared the final result. From Category A Sanvi Sharma of Class III Chaucer stood first, whereas, Sneha of Class II Bacon, Aahana Sharma of Class III Chaucer and Rajvi of Class II Bacon, Tanvi of Class III Bacon secured the second and third position respectively. From Category B Naina of Class IV Chaucer & Ritika of Class IV Bacon were declared as the first position holder and Simran of Class IV Chaucer and Smayra of Class IV Bacon stood second and Mehak of Class V Chaucer and Yashita of Class IV Bacon stood third in the competition. The honourable Principal of the school congratulated the winners and applauded all the participants for their superb performance. She explained the right way of poetry recitation and emphasized that poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings. She also quoted the lines of great poet Robert Frost, “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words”. She motivated the students to always showcase their talent in spectra of activities. On the whole, the competition was a great success and the standards set by the students were high.

HAND WASH DAY

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized ‘Global Hand Washing Day’. School evidently believes in all round development of the students, in this prospects school strives to inculcate good habits among students. This year’s theme is ‘Our Hands, Our Future’, highlighting how the benefits of handwashing go beyond protecting one’s own health. Good handwashing can prevent disease outbreaks, reduce school absences, and improve healthcare outcomes. Teachers had shown Power Point Presentation to the students conveying the message of hygiene. Students prepared charts depicting healthy and hygienic habits. The steps of proper cleaning of hands were displayed in the charts. Students explained their depictions in form of class presentations. It was practical experience earned by students as teachers instructed them to wash the hands properly following up the correct seven steps. Principal Ms. Jyoti Pujara highlighted the importance of hand hygiene as it plays a vital role in the healthy growth of students. She motivated them to convey the same message to their parents and neighbour to get the healthy & fit society. The motto of organizing this event truly lived up when these students found concerned for cleaning their hands before & after their Lunch break during school timing.

CBSE Cluster XVI- TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT

Star players of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana embarked their potential by bringing positions in CBSE Cluster XVI held at Amritsar from 27th to 30th September, 2018. The students emerged victorious in Table Tennis Tournament in different categories of Girls. In table tennis tournament U-17 (Girls), Jaansheen, Muskan, Pratiksha won third position. In U-19 (Girls) Chhavi and Harsimranjeet bagged third position by clinching the Bronze Medal. Students were in high spirits after securing positions in the competition. They said it was a cut throat competition. Chairman cum Director of the Chain of Green Land Schools, Dr. Rajesh Rudhra congratulated the winning teams and inspired them to play with harmony and team spirit. He encouraged the students to participate more in games for their all-round development. He further added that sports rejuvenate the mind and soul & helps in the overall development of the child. Principal Dr. Jyoti Pujara congratulated the winners and applauded their relentless efforts. She also motivated them to maintain such team spirit and pursue their goals with determination. Students of Green Land Convent School made the teachers and parents feel proud with their glorious and outstanding performance as they had extremely performed well in all the tournaments.

Birth Anniversary of 10th Guru of Sikhs ‘Guru Gobind Singh Ji’

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the Birth Anniversary of 10th Guru of Sikhs ‘Guru Gobind Singh Ji’, with great zeal and enthusiasm. The main motive to celebrate this day was to assert the values, morals, principles and teachings of Guru Gobind Singh Ji. The pious day commemorated with obeisance to the holy soul & Shabad Gayan by the students of the school. Life history of Guru Ji was narrated on this occasion. Little ones of Primary wing acted as ‘Panj Pyaras’. It was really a wonderful and appreciable efforts made by the students. Students were entreated with speeches given by teachers and fellow students. The atmosphere was devotional and blissful everywhere. Shabad Kirtan was performed by the senior students who filled the essence of Naam Ras in the entire sangat. The students were fascinated to learn how the Guru acquired the stature as both saint and soldier. All the students and staff members showed their love towards their guru performed the sewa with full dedication. The Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara while wishing ‘Happy Gurupurab’ explained the main teachings of Sri Guru Gobind Singh Ji. She told that we should follow the path of righteousness and should always be ready to sacrifice our lives for the welfare of mankind. The premises seemed to be pristine and possessed a sense of eternity all around.

National Voter’s Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated the National Voter’s Day with great fervor and enthusiasm. It is celebrated every year to spread awareness about the necessity of voting and to encourage young generation towards the voting rights. It is a day to celebrate the right to vote and vibrant democracy of India. The celebration started with the speeches and recitation of poems with the theme of ‘Relevance and significance of Right to Vote’ and ‘Can Right to Vote leads to good governance?’. While addressing to the students, Principal of the school Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara enlightened the students about the importance of this day. She stressed that voting was the way of expression of opinion and brings change for the better. She added that this day aims at increasing the enrolment of voters, especially to encourage participation of newly eligible young voters and ensure universal adult franchise. She motivated the students to pass on this message to all the adults in their families and neigbourhood to always cast their vote being unbiased. On the whole National Voters Day was celebrated to raise awareness among youngsters about their rights.

Handwriting and Calligraphy Competition

“Our handwriting style depicts our personality traits” An English Calligraphy and Handwriting Competition was conducted in the school in order to improve presentation skills and to inculcate habit of good handwriting among students. All students from Class I to VIII participated in this competition with great enthusiasm and showed excellent creativity through their writing skills. The aim of the competition was to encourage the students to write neatly and present the content in proper manner. In this competition, all students exhibited their writing skills in different forms of calligraphy like Old English, Humming Bird. The assessment was done by a selected panel of teachers on the basis of writing style, curves and patterns, legibility and neatness, beautification etc. This event was held in view of the changing ways of communication due to growing interest in computers. In the era of technology, handwriting skills have been forgotten these days. So to overcome these problems this competition is regularly done in the school premises. At the end of the competition, the results were announced by the school Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara and she appreciated all participants’ spirit of learning and congratulated the winners. She said that the adolescents of today should be encouraged to write properly and for this, such type competitions turn out to be very meaningful for the students. Since calligraphy not only improves writing skills but also teaches students about their unique structure and the beauty of the language.

World Heritage Day

The ‘World Heritage Day’ was celebrated in the premises of school with cultural and traditional fervor, gaiety and great enthusiasm. An informative and entertaining presentation on the heritage was organized to mark the importance of preserving world this day; the school was dolled up and festooned with cultural theme and grand celebrations. The whole school came alive with a brilliant cultural activities organized for the students. A special assembly was organized to mark the importance of world heritage day. The students of Grade II to V presented trivial activities based on the development of our culture in the morning assembly, to enkindle and induce love for our country’s heritage, thus giving it a special discourse. 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. Several competitions were organized for the students of Std. II to V on the topic ‘Cultural Games of Punjab’. The main attractions of the day were games like Gilli Danda, Bantey, Stapu, Poshampa, Geete, Pithu Garam etc. Students participated in it with utmost enthusiasm and zeal. Vigorous participation of all students was seen in the competitions. The students learned that heritage refers to practices that are passed down through the years, from one generation to the next which includes culture, tradition, clothing, flora, fauna and also historical monuments. This special day offered an opportunity to raise awareness about the diversity of cultural heritage and the efforts that are required to protect and conserve it. The students of the Middle school thoroughly enjoyed the skit, poetry recitation and dance performance which showcased the talents of our sprightly fifth graders! Our Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara motivated and advised the students to preserve and conserve the monuments and cultural heritage of India. As these monuments are the foretellers of the past. 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. She further motivated the students to actively participate in sports and games. On the whole, the celebrations were marked as an endeavor to sensitize the children about the rich culture and heritage of India. A blend of various performances depicted culture of Punjab and showcased the talent of children. Students enthralled the audience with their alluring performance. It was a delight to watch the enthralling show of folk games of Punjab where students displayed their potential to win.

International Yoga Day-2019 Celebrations

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated World Yoga Day in the school premises with great zeal and fervour. Since its inception in the year 2015, June 21st is celebrated as The International Day of Yoga all over the world to make this ancient practice popular among the present generation and to raise awareness about the benefits of practicing yoga among youth. “Yoga is the journey of the self, to the self, through the self”, Keeping it in view, The International Yoga Day was celebrated by the students and teachers in the school premises with great enthusiasm. A zero hour was created to facilitate yoga and train students how to do it and educate them about its benefits. Students demonstrated various asanas followed by Omkar chanting. Warm up exercises were taken and all the students performed sitting and standing asanas, importance of these were explained simultaneously. Despite many teachers well-tuned with various aspects, dimensions and practices of yoga, the school management had appointed yoga teachers to help the students learn yoga to keep physically fit and mentally healthy. Speaking on the occasion, Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that Yoga is an invaluable gift of India’s ancient tradition. It embodies unity of mind and body, thought and action. She further discussed some ways and dimensions of different types of pranayama. She reckoned many benefits of early rising and practicing yoga in routine. She also pointed out the contribution of yoga in maintaining fitness and good health and how it helps students to memorize something and understand a concept and its context. She said that yoga is the scientific way of living healthy and increasing life expectancy. It brings a divine glow on the face and makes us wise. Overall, it was a fun filled day with series of activities. The celebration concluded with synchronized recitation of shlokas. She encouraged students to practice regular yoga to remain fit and improve concentration.

An Inter House English Quiz

“An English Quiz” was organized on 11/07/2019 to encourage students to look beyond their textual knowledge and establish a relationship between theory and application of the learnt concepts. The competition also aimed to foster interaction between students and also to make them more resourceful to develop academically. An Inter House English Quiz, with an earnest endeavor to enhance the prevailing quality of English as a discipline, among the students, was organized for senior section in the school premises. The quiz was presented in an interactive manner and the students enthusiastically participated in it. It commenced with the declaration of the rules and regulations of the competition in front of the participants. The competition commenced with questions related to idioms, riddles, books, authors and quotes; as a standard practice, the second round was ‘Rapid Fire’ which was a mixed bag packed with diversified questions, covering wide range of language, renowned Authors, Poets, Novelists, Idioms, riddles and all other aspects of the subject, to evolve a positive response from the competitors. The third round was based on ‘audio-Visual Clippings’ which challenged the students to identify the world renowned Poets, authors and movie clippings. The last round was based on buzzer round related to spellings, names of books, authors & awards along with visuals. The Students participated with enthuse and showed their learning about the most loved language of the world-English. The contest was a great success, as not only the participants, but the entire audience, who with utmost ease and confidence was able to positively response to the questions, each time they were forwarded to the vast gathering for answering. In fact, all the participants displayed a commendable level of awareness and knowledge of English as a discipline and gave each other a tough fight for the top honors. Their strive to be declared as winners continued till the very end of the contest. Finally Jyoti House merged as winners, while the second position was secured by Kirti House and the third position was shared by Shakti House. The program ended up with a motivational speech by the Principal. Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara, said that these competitions help students to practice more and to improve their level of competitiveness. She congratulated the winner teams and encouraged the students to be up-dated by reading the newspaper and listening and watching the news. She inspired the students to participate in such competitions in future as well to keep their knowledge up-to-date. She lauded the efforts of the winners of the competition and complimented the teachers on the successful execution of the events. By all standards, the English quiz competition was highly informative and educative for all assembled in the auditorium at the time of the contest. The students displayed ecstatic spirit and enjoyed the quiz to the fullest. The students participated with enthusiasm and zeal and tried their level best to win the quiz.

BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF DR. A.P.J. ABDUL. KALAM

Our school celebrated World Student Day in order to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of Former President Bharat Ratna Dr. Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam remembering his contributions in the field of science. On the occasion, a special Morning Assembly was organized on a spiritual note with the school prayer. The enthusiasm of the students was revealed in their celebration of Dr. Kalam’s birthday. They expressed their feelings through charts, speeches in English describing his achievements in the betterment of Nation and also the most popular Ten Commandments. Finally, the teachers and students paid their tribute by offering flowers to the “Missile Man”. The esteemed Principal of the school, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara cited a famous quote of Dr. Abdul Kalam “Dreams is not what you see in sleep, it is the thing which doesn’t let you sleep” and inspired the young minds. She highlighted that Dr. Kalam, the humble man who believed youth to be one of modern India's greatest strengths, has won the hearts of millions of children as well as grown-ups alike. He had encouraged and inspired anyone who interacted with him to dream big and work hard. That is the same reason why India's Missile Man and former President was seen as a role model by many people across the country. On the whole, the day echoed with the immense contribution of pioneer of our motherland.

INTER CLASS DIYA AND CANDLE DECORATION COMPETITION

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar organized Inter Class Diya and Candle Decoration Competition along with Inter Class Door Hanging (Toran) Making Competition for the students of Primary wing to commemorate Diwali festival with great fanfare, devotion and excitement. The students of Pre Nsy to III participated in Diya & Candle decoration competitions where as students of classes IV – V participated in Door Hanging (Toran) Making Competition & Inter Class Slogan Writing Competition. 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. Candles displayed were of varying shapes and sizes - ranging from small diya shaped to floral, floating, minar shaped, dome shaped and some were even decorated with bows and frills made of wax. Every class displayed their items in a very innovative way with colourful dupattas, pictures of gods and goddesses. The whole display was overwhelming. They all worked on the theme “Say No To Crackers” on the upcoming festival. Winners of all competitions were judged on the basis of design, creativity, neatness, colour combination, variety of material used etc. The Principal Ms. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara greeted the students and motivated them to use home made artifacts to save money and use their own talent. She said that school gives ample opportunities to students to explore their talent by organizing such competitions. She congratulated all the winners.

LSSC BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2019 (U-19) BOYS & GIRLS

“There may be people that have more talent than you, but there’s no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do.” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana hosted Ludhiana Sahodaya Schools Complex (Central Zone) Basketball Tournament (U-19) for fervent Lads & enthusiastic Lassies. The occasion added another glorious leaf in the legacy continued by the school. Around more than 20 teams of schools affiliated to CBSE participated in the said tournament which was held under two categories- Category-A (U-19) Boys & Category-B (U-19) Girls to showcase their potency towards their game. The event opened with a warm reception of the teams and their coaches. The atmosphere turned exuberant with echoes of cheer and applause. All the guests and the spectators wished for the success of the event. The cherished Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara graced the occasion. She was given a warm floral welcome by the staff members of sports department. She declared the LSSC Basketball Tournament open and motivated all the teams and gave her best wishes to them. She said that Champions aren’t made in the gyms. Champions are made from something they have deep inside them – a desire, a dream, a vision. She also emphasized on the significance of true sportsmanship and stated that if winning gives joy then losing teaches us the lesson not to give up and prepare harder to come back with bang. On the first day the matches were held for the girls teams U-19 category. The players of the teams of first match i.e. Ryan International School, Jamalpur, Ludhiana Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana introduced themselves to the Principal of the host school. The tournament was well organized. The competition was held on knockout basis. The players displayed a spectrum of courage, cooperation and sportsmanship and gave a cut throat competition to each other to secure their top positions. On the whole, the first day ended with golden performances resulting some victories and defeats. The Tournament will continue for the next two days for the U-19 Boys & final matches of Girls teams between Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar & GNIPS Model Town and followed by Prize Distribution. Result Summary of First Day Matches Match (U-19 Girls) Between Result First Match Ryan International School, Jamalpur, Ludhiana v/s Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana won the match by 9-5 score Second Match Green Land Convent School, Civil City, Ludhiana v/s GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana won the match by 8-2 score Third Match GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana v/s Darshan Academy, Bhamian Kalan, Chandigarh. Road, Ludhiana GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana won the match by 24-0 score Fourth Match Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana v/s Green Land Convent School, Dugri, Ludhiana Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana won the match by 12-0 score Fifth Match Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Ludhiana v/s GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana won the match 41-21 score Third Position Match Green Land Sr. Sec. Public School, Ludhiana v/s Green Land Convent School, Dugri, Ludhiana Result Pending Final Match Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana v/s GNIPS Model Town, Ludhiana Result pending

INTER HOUSE CHRISTMAS SCENE DEPICTION COMPETITION

“Christmas is a season not only of rejoicing but of reflection.” Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized an Inter House Christmas Scene Depiction Competition in the school premises. The school was decorated with holy wreaths, stars, balloons & festoons. The ambience of Christmas was all set with the atmosphere filled with joyful and wonderful scenes. The school premises was decorated beautifully and the spirit of festivity was enhanced with vibrant tableaus depicting life history of the Birth of Jesus Christ, Christmas Snow Scene with Snow Man, Santa Clause on Reindeer and Santa with X-Mas and gifts which were depicted by the young Green Knights. They ornamented the trees with ribbons, sparkles, beads, shells, stars, bells etc. and wrapped gift items with shimmering and radiant sheets and showcased their creativity and imagination. The students prepared snow man with stockings and multihued clothes. This contest highlighted the student’s creativity and ingenuity as they worked at a frenetic pace and innovatively displayed their presentation with a riot of colors. Winners of all competitions were judged on the basis of design, creativity, neatness, color combination, variety of material used etc. The result of Inter House Christmas Scene Depiction Competition is as follows: First Position: Jyoti House Second Position: Jagriti House Third Position: Kirti House & Shakti House The esteemed Principal Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara applauded the efforts and presentations of the students. She said that Christmas brings cheer and love and we celebrated it with the same fervor, spreading the message of love and joy among our children. She added that such events aim at bringing elements of fun, excitement and creativity through the spirit of competition. She encouraged the students to emulate the teachings and noble thoughts preached by Jesus Christ. On the whole, the school was drenched with the festivity and students seemed charming.

ROLE PLAY ACTIVITY BASED ON THE THEME "OUR HELPERS" FOR THE TINY TOTS OF NURSERY

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organised A Role Play Activity based on the theme "Our Helpers" for the tiny tots of Nursery Grade with great zeal and enthusiasm. The main objective of this activity was to sensitise the learners towards different professions, gain knowledge about their work and to inculcate the value of ‘Respect for all Helpers'. The activity was based on a topic from their curriculum and was an extension to the concepts they have learned in the class. It was integrated with the topic of Our Helpers. The students came dressed up as one of the helper and spoke few lines about it.They participated wholeheartedly in the activity. It was an awesome sight to see them dressed up as policeman, army man, doctor, firefighter, etc. The children were explained about the services and tools of community helpers. To further enhance their knowledge, a ‘role play’ activity was organized in which the children used tools of different helpers and introduced themselves. They enacted their roles with props along with like- Stethoscope, fire extinguisher, money, weighing machine etc. They enjoyed the enactment using different props and displayed immense self-confidence while narrating and enacting Speaking on the occasion, illustrious Principal, Dr. Jyoti Sachdev Pujara said that all children must have access to health and early learning opportunities that help them be healthy, ready for school, and on track to reach their full potential. She articulated that we as stakeholders of society must help our children to have a strong start in life by ensuring the best information, coaching, resources, and support they need to grow and thrive. She further said that we should be grateful to people who have contributed to make our lives better and generate relationships of friendship, neighbourhood and peace in society. On the whole, it as a great learning experience for the tiny tots.

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.

INVESTITURE CEREMONY

On the occasion of ‘International Labour Day’ Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana earmarked the ‘Investiture Ceremony’ with high degree of sincerity & enthusiasm investing its outstanding students as office bearers. It was a day imbued with a sense of pride, humility and leadership to help the students feel the sense of responsibility and keeping the tradition of the institution. The solemn Investiture Ceremony commenced with a rendition of jubilant performance by school choir and dance performances to enlighten the undaunted spirit of dedication and confidence for their new role models. The revered Principal, Ms. Jyoti conferred badges & sashes to the newly elected school council. This year the council comprised of Senior Head Boy Rishi Sharma (XII Non-Medical) & Senior Head Girl Pooja (XII Non-Medical), School Secretaries Nitish & Mehul (XI Medical) and Junior Head Boy Vansh Arora (VI Chaucer) & Junior Head Girl Misthi Sahai (VI Chaucer) who boasted with the feeling of pride and sense of responsibility surging in their heads. Captain- Armanjot (X Bacon) & Vice Captain- Inderpreet Kaur (IX Chaucer) of Jagriti House, Captain- Saksham (XI Commerce) & Vice Captain- Jaansheen (IX Bacon) of Jyoti House, Captain- Agampreet Singh Bhatia (X Chaucer) & Vice Captain- Arshleen (IX Chaucer)of Kirti House & Captain- Shubham Kumar (X Chaucer) & Vice Captain- Tanisha Gupta (X Bacon) of Shakti House, Prefects of all the houses and all Class Representatives took the stage and were also adorned with sashes and badges. It was followed by an Oath Taking Ceremony by the elected School Council pledging solidarity, loyalty and devotion to their alma mater. Teachers who have been chosen as the House Minister and Deputy Minister were also announced formally. The Principal congratulated the post holders and listed her expectations from the New Council Body. Apart from nurturing leadership skills, she also emphasized on the values that one must inculcate. Honesty, determination, discipline, wisdom, humility and aspirations are the words they need to pay heed to. She also advised them to be the role models and exemplary in their work. The event ended on a note of positivity and willingness, with the New Council Body promising to do their best in whichever way they can. They were ready to encounter the challenges that would come on their way & would work upon their weaknesses as well. In this way, the investiture ceremony concluded with lot of hopes & aspirations for our future leaders & it was a great success with the participation of all our students & teachers, without whom it would not have been so impactful. On the whole the day was a mark of leadership, day of greetings in a gesture of leadership approach on which the school motto resides.

Inter School Vedik Declamation Contest

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana taking ecstatic proud on Dhruv Arora the student of class IX who added wings of success to the school glory by securing third position in Inter School Vedik Declamation Contest organized by Ved Prachar Mandal. Dhruv Arora was happy and excited to get the reward of his hard work. He said it was a cut throat competition. The Principal Mrs. Jyoti Pujara congratulated & appreciated the efforts of Dhruv Arora and boosted his spirits high by motivating him to continue the efforts in future. She said that education is not only learning of facts but also training of the mind. So, students just need a catalyst to ignite the spark of knowledge.

Ambedkar Jayanti

Green Land Convent School New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana, celebrated the day in order to commemorate the Birth Anniversary of father of Indian Constitution - Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar and his contributions for the people of India. On the occasion a special Morning Assembly was organized on a spiritual note with the school prayer. Four of our students Suhani, Jannat, Sana and Kushagar of Class V spoke in brief about him. In their speech, they cited about Dr. Ambedkar’s birth and his contribution in the framing of our Indian Constitution and also its application which is our future responsibility. Students were made aware about Dr. B.R. Ambedkar's personality as an economist, anthropologist and socialist. The Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti and the students paid floral tribute to the great legend of India. She highlighted Dr. Ambedkar’s major contribution i.e. protecting the Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles of State Policy in the Indian Constitution. She inspired the students with a beautiful quote by Dr. Ambedkar “One need not be born into great and influential families but with goal, hard work and responsibilities one can become great”. She told that Dr. B. R. Ambedkar was as an economist who propounded gold monetization much before the world. On the whole the day echoed with the immense contribution of pioneer of our motherland.

Inter House Dance Competition

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana organized ‘Inter House Dance Competition’ on the occasion of International Dance Day for the students of Primary Section in which students participated with great vigour and enthusiasm. The day was introduced in 1982 by the International Dance Committee of the UNESCO, International Theatre Institute. The day was chosen to commemorate the birthday of Jean George’s Noverre, a French dancer. The students showcased their talent through various dance forms across the world like Jazz, Hip Hop and Indian classical dance. It was really an amazing sight to see students dancing with a bright smile and confidence. The hall echoed with loud music and clapping by the audience. Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti Pujara said that she was proud to see such higher level of talent among students. She said that kids love to dance and they can dance to the rhythms of music, bring out their inner dancing star & learn a medley of dance moves from around the world. Such events aim at bringing elements of fun and excitement through the spirit of competition. She applauded the efforts of the students & announced the judgement. First position was obtained by Kirti House, Second position was acquired by Shakti House and Third position was won by Jyoti House. On the whole the day had a complete ambience of joy and happiness. A sense of satisfaction and expression of pride could be seen on everybody’s countenance.

World Environment Day

Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana celebrated ‘World Environment Day’ to raise awareness about the importance of maintaining and defending Mother Nature and the entire planet from further destruction that stems from natural disasters caused by human activities. The school firmly believes in instilling the strong sense of belongingness towards the planet Earth. “ Let’s join our hands to make out biological mother, the earth a better place to live in.” With this thought, the school campus was reverberated with excitement and enthusiasm. The Green Nights were sensitized about the need to save the environment, and the beauty and bounty of our planet. The colourful charts like ‘Go Green’, ‘Save Mother Earth’, Don’t Blow It – Good Planets are Hard to Find’ were put up to encourage the children to be eco- friendly and preserving biodiversity. An Inter House Poster Making Competition was held in which the students painted their creative thoughts on nature conservation and exhibited their artistic skills. A very strong message was conveyed through the posters that man’s greed not need that depletes the nature and brings calamities to the created order. Keeping in mind the philosophy of the Father of Nation to save environment, The Principal, Mrs. Jyoti Pujara, Strived hard to imbibe values in her students not only by preaching but by developing appropriate attitude to take requisite measures towards the well-being of mother earth and one’s ownself. She appreciated the efforts made by the students to showcase their intellectual acumen. She highlighted the importance of celebrating the ‘World Environment Day’ which brings happiness to every individual. In her speech she said that humans are both the creatures and moulders of the environment. Thus it is the time to make the transition from arm choir activism to environment protection. Conclusively, the entire day was devoted to the environment as of a veridical adherence to our divine planet, Earth.

Van Mahotsav Week

If a tree is saved even at the cost of one’s head, ‘its’ worth it. Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana commenced ‘Van Mahotsav Week’ with great massive awareness and educational purpose. Meaningful messages were put up all around on the importance of trees and how they are the 'Lifelines'. The overall objective of celebrating the day is to sensitise masses and to generate awareness among the students. The students were a step ahead with a scintillating programme in the campus. Adding more fervour to the proceedings and celebrations, a spectrum of activities were planned for the day for children to let them get a feel of the earth and nature. The Plantation Drive and Poster Making Competition were organized for students of all classes to incorporate the sensitivity towards resources around us and to aware the students to consciously slow down the effect of technology and modernization on the dwindling and fragile eco-system. Each poster had a unique story to tell and spread the message that the green plant we live in must be cared for. Trees are the kindest thing we grow as they fulfill all our basic needs. But their depletion has become the serious problem. In the 'Plantation Drive' the students planted the saplings of different types of plants like Christmas tree, Postal Palm, Areca Palm, Rabish Palm, China Palm etc. brought by them which inculcate the sense of responsibility among students. The worthy school Principal and teachers also planted various saplings. The Principal of the school, Ms. Jyoti addressed that this initiative has been taken so that the students learn and spread awareness about the importance of ‘Flora and Fauna’ in human life as they are the pillars of future world. She proposed to make the entire campus polythene free which will encourage others to realize their social and moral duty towards our environment. She also recalled the words of great poet John Milton, “ Accuse not nature, it hath done her part, do thou but thine.” and inspired the students to plant more and more trees to bringing back our lost forests. Thus the programme evoked feelings of love for God’s beautiful creation and everyone at the school renewed the pledge to protect the environment. Van Mahotsav week came up to be a great success. The event helped to bring awareness about the green cover around us. It also helped in strengthening the bond between plants and humans. Students got to learn a lot and will always cherish the memories of this important occasion.

HINDI DECLAMATION

Green land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana adding in plethora of inter-class activities organized Hindi Declamation contest supported by Ved Prachar Mandal. The competition aimed to promote the skills of effective Public speaking. The participants enthusiastically expressed their views on the topics: “Gita’s soul – KARMA”, “Stress Management Tool – YOGA”, “The goal of Human Life – GOD REALISATION”, “Fortune and Hope” etc. The listeners were impressed by the confidence exhibited by the students as they voiced their opinion in strong and powerful words in neck to neck competition where each tried to outshine the other to the best of his / her ability. The Principal of the school, Mrs. Jyoti Pujara addressed and appreciated students for their efforts. She said that by participating in such declamation contests students learn the skills of combining eloquent language with equally eloquent delivery which is basic purpose of the education. She added that declamation is a fantastic speaking event to improve public speaking prowess and it provides opportunity for budding youth to show their hidden talent. Dhruv of Class X-Bacon was the winner of Declamation contest followed by Inderpreet Kaur of Class X-Chaucer at second position and Savleen Singh of Class X-Chaucer at Third position. On the whole, it was truly a spectacular experience offering a perfect platform for the exchange of ideas and creativity.

CBSE Cluster NORTH Zone –II CHESS TOURNAMENT

Enthusiastic and energetic players of Green Land Convent School, New Subhash Nagar, Ludhiana embarked their potential by bringing positions in CBSE Cluster NORTH Zone –II held at Haryana (Dist. Jind) from 30th September to 2nd October, 2018. Arunav, Deepanshu, Rohit and Tushar emerged victorious in chess Team by clinching Bronze Medal for getting third position in U-19 (Boys) category. Students were in high spirits after securing positions and clinching medals in the competition and said it was a cut throat competition. Chairman of the school, Dr. Rajesh Rudra appreciated the students for their hardwork and dedication towards the game. He said that the school hopes to get many more such victories in upc