The 15th august is the most fortunate day in the history of India as our country became independent after many centuries. This day always reminds us of the untold sacrifices of the fighters of freedom. To salute those patriots and martyrs who shed their blood and laid down their lives for achieving sovereignty, The 69th Independence Day was celebrated in the school. To celebrate the day, the tricolor flag was hoisted and the National Anthem was sung. The next thrilling event was a house wise march past which was followed by the sterling performances of patriotic songs, poems, speeches and dances whipping up an atmosphere with inimitable spirit of nationalistic sentiments. The Principal addressed the gathering, upholding the spirit of patriotism and national pride.
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
SVM sports stars have a history of winning colours by putting up excellent performances in various inter-school sports competitions organised by the sports associations. Training in various athletic events and coaching for team games are also given a great importance here. Children are actively involved in Inter-House, Inter-School, Inter Zone sports competitions round the year. It is a matter of great pride and celebration for entire Sarvanaman fraternity for the outstanding triumph of its students.
Emerged as proud winners in the Under-19 Kho-Kho at Taluka level and got qualified for the “DISTRICT LEVEL”.
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Creative Writing is a reflection of a person's individuality. In today's culture, computers and printing make writing seem out of date. Developing a child's creative writing skill is not only very essential but also earns better grade. The students from Grade I to V, very excitedly participated in The English, Hindi and Gujarati Handwriting Competitions. While the students from Grade VI to X incredibly involved themselves in The Science Essay Writing Competition. Congratulationsvto all the participants and the winners…
Monday, August 3, 2015
Guru Purnima is a day when we pay obeisance to the lifeline of this great, unbroken civilization of India -the guru-sisya-parampara or mentor-protege lineage. The celebration commenced with a devotional prayer and Shloka followed by Thakorji and Swamiji’s Poojan by the dignitaries. Students expressed their gratitude and respect for their teachers and mentor Didis by performing Guru Poojan. The skit on ‘Ekalavya’ was performed extensively and an episode on the life of P.P. Swamiji narrating His Guru Bhakti was gracefully acted. The dance act as Nritya Natika was the major pursuit at closing stage of the event. The dancing lights and stage beautification effects fashioned grand vibrations. Students took hold of a very vitalsignificance of being extremely faithful towards Guru’s commands.