Monday, December 17, 2012

SSMHS School promotes Culture as a strong binding force in societies.


New pots for Pongal festival collected by Students

SEVAI Shanthi Matriculation Higher Secondary school (SSMHSS) promotes Culture as a strong binding force in societies At SEVAI Shanthi Matriculation Higher Secondary school (SSMHSS) in Arumbuhalnagar in Trichirappalli, they train students' right from childhood to experience various cultures through festivals and develop tolerance, understanding, and mutual respect for communities that paves way for Harmonious social living. Shanthi Matriculation Higher Secondary school provides a broad minded outlook to students. It encompasses everything that is natural, good and promotes positive values. Major important festivals are celebrated with fervor and gaiety to promote tolerance and love for all races and creeds to broaden the horizons of interaction among children. Independence Day is regularly celebrated and Students organize for flag hoisting ceremony as the air from morning on the day is filled with patriotic feelings that emanate from various songs. As the flag is hoisted at the function, all the students' salute reverences. The programme generally consists of patriotic songs sung by students and speeches eulogizing the great sacrifices made by our freedom fighters. The school also organizes some adventure activities later in the day for all the students. On the birthday of 'Sree Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan', one of the most learned Presidents of India, Teachers' day is celebrated and presentations to all the staff are provided by the Principal, the students entertain the staff with songs, dances and fun games. The students of SEVAI Shanthi Matriculation Higher Secondary school participate in various academic, co curricular and games and sports external competitions. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India loved children. In his memory, 14th November – his birthday is celebrates as 'Children's Day' in India. The most interesting and ironical aspect of the day is, it is the Teachers who turn into children performing all sorts of gimmicks on the stage to entertain their children on the Campus. As 26th January approaches the spirit of patriotism and competition is high among the students. After the strenuous time spent for preparing and appearing for Board exams, a formal valedictory function is conducted for the students of 10th and 12th classes. This occasion also provides a platform for students and parents to express their opinions about the life SEVAI Shanthi Matriculation Higher Secondary school. Before the examination mood takes over the students celebrate their success over the semester in various activities in a programme that is filled with presentations, felicitations, dances and dinner. -Govin

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