In accordance with the principle of learning through self-experience, a visit to an industry was arranged by the school for the students of Class XII (Commerce). Students visited Akanksha Paper Mill located at Ankleshwar as they were working for a project on ‘Application of Principles of Management’. Students had conducive interview with two of the personnel who answered to students’ query most earnestly thus enabling them to discover how principles of management are applied at ground level. Students also met the chartered accountant of the company who voluntarily guided with the practical aspects of book keeping. Students felt that the visit was binding their theoretical knowledge with their practical implications and hence –most significant.
Friday, December 28, 2012
Confidence was at its fullest and excitement was sky high when students of class 12 (Science) gave a final touch to their creations in physics laboratory. While the pair of Kruti Patel and Shivani Patel worked out a well-functioning Telescope, Nipa Patel and Riya Patel successfully created ‘A.C. to D.C. Converter’. While Aeni Prajapati prepared and shaped a Voltage Stabilizer, three of the students- Bhoomi Patel, Disha Patel and Hetashree Patel put their theoretical knowledge in to practice as they designed and built out ‘Logic gates’. Yet other two students - Tanvi Jariwala and Angelina Fernandis came out with their experiment-based report on ‘Effect of Concentraion of Electrolyte on Conduction’.
At SVM, care is taken that the students have formed worthy habit of practicing what they are taught. Independent creation of working gizmos like Telescope, Volatage Stabilizer and Rectifier by the students illustrates the strong and most desirable bond of theory and practice.
Monday, December 24, 2012
Hyderabad, "south to the north of India and north of southern India", is often referred to as the "Gateway to the South". A range of experiences were awaiting for the students as the school arranged for tour to Hyderabad for the students of Class VIII to XII. The six-day tour took the students to hilarious heights with all sorts of fun and frolic. Students enjoyed everything- the 22 hours train journey, visiting worth seeing places, stay at seven star hotel and different dishes of food. At Ramoji Film Studio, they were more than thrilled finding themselves very close to film-making technology. They were storming with the snow at Snow Park but assumed seriousness of an archeologist when observing fort of Gol Kanda.
The students shared their own reflections on the city on their return to the school. Hyderabad is the city where food becomes a landmark. Students had a good lesson from the tour to Hyderabad: to retain what is good and move on with life; that is something everybody need to learn.
Sunday, December 16, 2012
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Maths quiz turned out to be a reinforcement tool as the school organized maths quiz on 7th December, 2012 for class I to V. The event aimed at assessing students’ competency level in mathematics, to gauge mathematical fundamentals and mathematical speed and sharpness. Students had a lot of fun while participating in quiz.
Its applications were very much in line with flash card used to build confidence and improve proficiency of mathematical skills.
Children had a good time, enjoying the quiz as well as audience questions and visual on Chinese method of multiplication. Participants’ , students and teachers all enjoyed the event.
Monday, December 10, 2012
Krupali Italiya (Class X) and Sonu Mori (Class IX) were two students of the school to explore and exhibit their debating skills while participating in an Inter-school Debate Competition organized by FMC. Speaking at Holy Angels Convent School, Bharuch, the two students bagged 2nd Position thus fetching pride and glory for the school.
Other students who participated in different events sponsored by Harilal Maganlal & Co.were:
Shweta Borade (VIII) : Quiz Competition
Param Patel (VIII) : Quiz Competition
Nami Patel (VIII) : English Elocution Competition
Anmol Jaiswal (VII) : Drawing Competition
Aditi Makwana (VI) : Essay Writing Competition
Muskan (V) : Craft
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
SVM Kho-kho team, representing Gujarat, defeated Rajasthan as they were playing in CBSE Nationals. Playing at Seaba International School, Punjab, the SVM Kho-kho team played three matches on December 2 and 3. Out of the three matches played against Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan respectively, our team defeated Rajasthan.
The school extends greetings for their good performance at national level while expecting better show in coming days.