Our children not only perform in academics they excel in Extra curricular activities as well. Master Sajal Srivastava of class XII stood 3rd in Dainik Bhaskar talent quest and won Rs. 72000 as a cash award.master Anumitra Banerjee of class XII and master Akash waghela of class XI stood 1st in the Debate Competition held by CBSE Sahodya Complex.
In the sports segment our basket ball team brought laurels to Kota by winning the championship in CBSE cluster held at Alwar. Master Nikhil Khatri S/o Mr. Dinesh Khatri was awarded the best player in the tournament. The team went on to play Nationals at Chennai and reached the quarter-finals.
The same team won the championship in the tournament held by Sahodaya complex for the CBSE schools of Kota. The school Junior team participated in the National Tennis Football held at Sholapur Maharashtra. Master Abhishek Suman S/o Mr.Ramesh Chandra Suman was declared the best player. Our School Team participated in the National Flying Disc Championship held at Daman & Diu and won Silver Medal.
We also won the District Championship in Table Tennis in under14 boys category. The team went on to play the state level at jaisalmer.
In the inter Emmanuel School Sports organized by the Emmanuel School Society our school participated in various games and won Prizes.
Now I would like to present a glimpse of the year gone by at Emmanuel.
We began the year’s activities with our love for nature. In our ceaseless Endeavour for environment conservation we organized an environment week. Environment protection, promotion and conservation were the goals of different multifarious activities conducted this week.
We concluded with a rally where our budding environmentalist voiced their concern through slogans and distributed sapling in the neighborhood.
In continuation with the love for nature the students participated in the wild life week organized by Hadoti Naturalistic society and won several prizes.
Under the banner of Spic Macay Our school organized a concept of kathakali by maestro Kalamandalam Gopi. The maestro demonstrated intricacies of Nav Ras just by facial expression to the utter amazements of the children. A Chhau Dance which is an Indian tribal martial dance was also shown to the children on Gandhi Jayanti.
This year we have introduced many new activity namely Judo, NCC, Scout & Guides.
The School not only caters to building the mental strength but it plays an equally responsible role in building physical strength of the students. Judo techniques downplay strength as a pre-requisite for overcoming an opponent. It is considered as an ideal self defense regardless of an individual’s size.
We are honoured to introduce NCC Air Wing this year. It was inaugurated by Wing Commander Rajeev Pandey. NCC training provides a platform for student’s upliftment through the process of channelizing the energy of the Youth in constrictive pursuits. It includes in the youth a sense of nationalism and secular outlook that contributes towards the building of the nation. This year 30 students of classes VIII and IX have the privilege of being trained.
Learning is not a classroom activity alone. To keep the tempo of learning alive even during vacations the school organized a summer camp where many activities such as dance, music, skating, drawing & painting besides sports and games were organized for the students.
Students are encouraged to play their part in community services within the school. The school is committed in inculcating in students, awareness and appreciation of their social responsibility. With this motto a fete was organized in the school on the children’s day where the children proved that they are miniature model of their parents in the business skills.
We conducted various Inter House competitions this year. It began with the initiation ceremony followed by number of activities throughout the year. Songs, Dance, Rangoli, Spellathon, Skit & Pantomime are to name a few.
Each individual is unique with different set of abilities. Identifying and optimizing these abilities while preparing an individual for life and the world of work is one of the most important and meaningful purpose of education. Here, parents and teachers are co partners in building up a child. With this in mind the school arranged a counseling session for the parents, which was facilitated by Mr. Akhilesh Jain.
The secondary stage coincides with the onset of adolescence and beginning of career concepts. This stage becomes the most defining phase as it influences higher studies and career choices later in life. To help the students of classes IX and X to select the stream for higher studies a career counseling session was organized for them on 19th July 2011.
Our Little Champs nursery school is all about fun and frolic. It is all about experiencing the fullness of life say speaking a language, reading a story, exploring computers, music, dance, drawing etc. And what Little Champs learn is curiosity, compassion, confidence and courage – the virtues that last a lifetime. These Little Champs are no less than their seniors. They too had a number of fun filled activity and competitions throughout the year. A few of their activities are displayed in front of you.
Let me conclude my report by expressing my sincere thanks to our chief guest Col. Rajeev Saxena who has so graciously accepted our invitation to be with us this evening. I will fail in my duty if I do not thank Dr. Samuel Thomas the President of the Institution who has been my mentor & guide and gave me the motivation while I continue to serve the institution. I take this opportunity to thank all the members of the staff for being ever-ready to render their services for betterment of students and the growth of the institution. Finally let me thank each one of you dear parents, past pupils and well wishers for your kind cooperation extended to us in the past. I look forward for similar cooperation in the years ahead.
Wish you all a Happy & blessed Christmas and prosperous New Year.