09

01, 2023

Master. Sooryanarayanan (4F) Sings In Front Of The Honorable Governor

Shri Gurubhyo Namaha!!! We are happy to share that, Master. Sooryanarayanan (4F) got a remarkable opportunity to meet our Honorable Governor of Tamilnadu Sri R.N.Ravi, on 4th January 2023, as part of the Thanksgiving event for Kasi Tamil Sangamam organised by the Governor. Sooryanarayanan was blessed to sing in front of the Honorable Governor. Seeking your blessings and encouragement for Sooryanarayanan

Link to access photo :

 https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oFHu2KCKRghffpI3gPjx1EX2MqOoaNc3/view?usp=share_link 

Hearty Congratulations little champ!!!

05

01, 2023

Known To The Stars, Similar To The Moon, Still My Mom... - Poem By Yazhini.M (7C)

I am not the only traveler
Who hasn't repaid her debt
I have been searching for a trail to follow
Take me back to your love again.

The simplicity of the unstiched cloth
The elegance in her humble talk
Makes me think she is a walking masterpiece,
And love her every part

Her eyes are every shade of the sunset
When she smiles at us, it feels like summer.
When complimented, smiled at, treated well or done a favor, I can very well notice
Her cheeks turning red like hand picked roses.

Like the moon's unwillingness to be photographed by us,
I respect her disagreement to be used by us,
The greater grief is when she, my mom leaves me to suffer with a world without her.

08

12, 2022

Before I’m Uprooted - Aishwarya Nachammai Nachiappan (8A)

Golden fringes kissing her forehead and blonde locks dangling up to her shoulders, she stares at me through her lucid almond brown eyes. Looking down at me, she is obviously taller. Her cheeks are incandescent with the sun’s tempting beams of dawn, as they dimple with her grin. In her innocent and still gaze, I catch an image, reflected cleanly in her iris. A dying, ageing plant- yes, that’s me. Beside me is a lush shrub, her roses, fresh and red as any lipstick, swaying to the rhythm of the wind. Her leaves are a charming dark shade of emerald, darkening further at the curly edges; her tender stems and dewy petioles smile back at the sky as she proudly overlooks me, rising up to the girl’s waist.

I look down at myself. My stems are black as the mountains, rigid and miserable, and stoop downwards. I ain’t a tree, with teak brown barks, but just a bit older than a sapling, that is on the verge of death. As the stems run to the tip of my leaves, brittle leaves curl around, hugging the thirsty veins. Let alone a few spots that are still a faded lemon green colour, my shrivelled leaves look like groundnuts, with mixing shades of coffee brown, rotting black and mustard yellow. There is one sunflower, who refuses to die. She is already cooked up in the sun’s heat without any water. Her petals, that were once a glorious yellow, are now pale and orange like autumn leaves. No butterfly wants to touch me anymore. In the wind, I sniff the better-than-perfume scent of other young flowers, that are as youthfully merry as I once was and wonder how I had rotten like that so soon. 

The image is disturbed as she blinks. Around me are withered leaves, completely separated from me. She bends down, as deftly as I once could, along with the wind. It is so satisfying to see her nip a romantic young rose from the bush beside me. She smells it, her cheeks dimpling involuntarily again. It makes me jealous; wouldn’t she want my sunflowers anymore? Am I not worthy anymore? But before I can criticize her anymore, her hand touches one of the arid, rotten leaves that lie at my roots. She feels its brittle edges and runs away, the leaf and rose gripped in her little palms.

Across the road, on a bench under a maple tree boasting its mighty boughs, are a lady(apparently her mother) and a boy. They have the same golden hair and sharp cheekbones as the little girl. The lady’s face breaks into an ecstatic smile as the little girl runs into her arms. Hopping onto her lap, she gazes affectionately at the much older boy beside her. When she gives him the rose, their faces mirror each other’s grin. I can faintly hear the young girl say, “I love you, Amit, my brother!” The other plants a kiss on the kid’s forehead, ruffling her bangs. Further on, the girl looks up at her mother, stretching out the dull leaf. The mother, regardless of its beauty, takes it from her and locks eyes with her daughter curiously. I hear the kid say once again, as the words float through the air, “The leaf is too old. But weren’t you the one who told me that old is gold? I love you more, mom!You are my gold!” The lady  pulls the child to her chest in a caress. 

What can I say? I actually still have some worth. I , with my mere dead brick-brown leaf, had just become a symbol of love. Further beyond the maple tree, the sky is a splash of blazing yellow and fluorescent pink. The sun hasn’t been beaten yet; its beams sprinkle gold on the sky. Dusk is nearing. Throughout my lifespan, I’ve failed to see anything more inspiring and dazzling than the sun. He, the sun, has shown me what beauty can be even if you stand alone. He made me warm, until I dried up completely. Till now, I smile at him and he smiles back. For making my lifespan longer than it would have been if the world only woke at night, I owe him a gratitude and so I say, “Cheers for him!”

Momentarily, I can feel a broom itching me; I can feel the gaze of a street cleaner settling upon me. As my breathless roots slowly loosen up, the soil yearns to hold me back. But before I know it, I lay uprooted among a heap of scrap. The sun shines its grin on me for the last time, before the garbage bag is knotted up. What can I really say anymore? Some, like the girl, treasure us, while others just want to sweep us up as soon as possible. The world is, of course, a mixture- a spellbinding mixture that can leave us spellbound with awe and shock.

08

12, 2022

The Mango Tree - Ekarshi Shambo (10 A)

In Odisha's former capital city Cuttack
In a time, not too long back
majestically the mango tree used to stand
giving to the weary travellers a helping hand

To the north of the Barabati Fort he resided
to all humans and animals alike he provided
Shade in the sun and shelter during the rain
without ever thinking of his own gain

derived from his juicy mangoes the pleasure
could not in any metric unit be measured
word of his generosity spread far and wide
He truly was the local's pride

and yet, when the time prematurely came
not even one of them felt any shame
no one had any guilt feeling his quiet wine
for this, they felt was necessary to build the railway line

it was only years later that they lamented
their actions back then they resented
for gone was his fresh air, mangoes and shade
it truly was the worst decision they ever made

While now all regretted it, it was too late
as their axe had already sealed the tree's fate

08

12, 2022

Future Of Journalism - Vidya Nachammai Nachiappan (8B)

The Beyond of PSBB MILLENNIUM, GBKM, always beyond the level of knowledge and creativity,

legislated an intriguing workshop on being a journalist.

The chief guest invited was Mr. Siddharth MP,

whose fascinating talks moulded our dreams towards being a journalist.

 

Welcoming our dear chief guest wearing a warm smile,  

the session started with the blessings of Padma Shree Awardee Dr. Mrs. YGP, while successfully covering each mile.

The eye-catching drawings were gifted as a memento,

followed by a thought-provoking slide of Mr. Siddharth’s intro.

 

The mementous occasion of ISRO’s recent rocket launch was shown,

which escalated the patriotism in our hearts.

It wasn’t just a simple video of patriotism, but a thrilling sample of ground-reporting,

on which light was thrown.

 

What is journalism? Informing, Educating, Analysing.

With this, an ideal quote he said that every student in the world can vote for,

“We learn geography, science, and mathematics from the textbook,

but does it teach us life’s look?”

 

This is how Mr. Siddharth kept the audience in stitches,

with his interactive, inspirational, enthusiastic, and humorous language.

In making the meetup cherishable enough to write down in a teen’s diary,

The Beyond has truly done a marvellous and remarkable role for the future of Journalism.

08

12, 2022

JOVIAL JOURNALISM WITH MR. SIDHARTH - Sanjana Desigan (11 C)

Once again, the well acquainted fervour spread like wildfire across the room filled
with budding journalists as the Beyond welcomed yet another guest for the 15th meet. The
buzz didn't seem to subside as the budding journalists looked forward to an interface with a
marvellous multimedia journalist - Mr.Sidharth MP. The fun-filled interaction, eagerly awaited,
held on 19th November, 2022 was the first in-person hosted by The PSBB Millennium
School, Gerugambakkam, after the trying times of the pandemic. The guest of honour was
felicitated with a breath-taking portrait of him as a memento. A devotional song was just the
right thing to get the workshop started. With the blessings of the almighty and Dr. Mrs. YGP,
the guest of honour was introduced to the gathered students. Mr. Sidharth, an experienced
News Correspondent with a demonstrated history of working in the broadcast and online
publishing industry. Skilled in English language, Research, and Writing, communicating with
subject matter experts from across domains and presenting niche news content in an
audience-friendly manner. Reports on matters pertaining to Indian Defence, Indian Space
Research Organization, Academia and interacts with Scientists and leaders to bring out
scientific information of national significance.
For a man of such a young age, he has achieved multiple feats through
undeviating passion and dedication. His love for his craft is truly reflected in his reports in
the news. He continued to astonish the young minds with his connections in the ISRO which
extends to his reports while travelling in a helicopter. The skilled reporter further proceeded
to showcase a few of his work for the WION television network as he covered live footage of
multiple rocket launches. He regards all of those moments worth it for a job, so demanding.
To be able to benefit off of perks like a news report from a Helicopter, travelling to various
sites to be able to witness a rocket launch truly demonstrates that hard work always pays
off.
With great power comes great responsibility. The job of a news reporter and
journalist comes with immense responsibility and the necessity to provide accurate
information that is unbiased and unprejudiced is always regarded as their priority.
Mr.Sidharth continued to share his experiences as he fought through the storms and
redflags that undoubtedly accompanied his craft. He advised the gathered minds to always
remain mentally tough and have the willpower to push through when things get rough.
Through his engaging and witty workshop he lit the flame of journalism in the hearts of
multiple aspiring journalists and left it burning bright.

08

12, 2022

My School - NaveenKumar D(7B)

I am talking about a place

Where education and fun come together,

No, it is not a library,

Even though our school has one however.

 

As I go to my school like any other day

With a gleam in my smile,

I walk along the corridor

Hearing students speak beside.

 

 

Millions of papers of temptation

Called artworks and flyers,

Fill the board without limitations,

Kept even when they are no longer admired.

 

I enter my classroom,

Wide enough to keep a beast;

As teacher enters the room,

Shouts and sounds are heard no more.

 

Mam starts the day,

Marking students starting with ‘A’,

Total of thirty-five; we are,

But would be easy to mark, a hundred and five!

 

As tales of kings were told,

Which dates back a millennia old,

We wait eagerly to play in the ground,

Where dry breeze and sand are blown all around.

 

The bell for recess rings,

As the students swing

Open their box to

Eat snacks; cookies, fruits or pasta too!

 

The students go wildly to the ground to play,

But forgot the rain that poured the before day!

Filled with puddles, mud, dirt and all,

The ground was in no condition to play at all!

 

The students returned to class sadly,

Since they wanted to play so badly,

It seemed that luck didn’t chose to choose their side,

So did his brother fortune.

 

Then our science teacher enters,

And teach us about different chemicals,

But our math teacher teaches us

Formulae which are used for more than academicals.

 

Our black board’s three meters high

And four meters wide,

I know this information,

Since it’s written on the side.

 

Our chalk comes only in white,

About ten centimeters high,

Broken into pieces and pieces,

Until it’s too small to write.

 

As the time ticks,

The sound of the ringing bell bring joy,

The time for lunch begins,

The time for us to enjoy.

 

For that short period of time,

Happens a zillion things one can’t define,

The sharing of food, the laughs for a joke,

A sound louder than a beast awoke!

 

Everyone sits in groups to chat (and eat),

Speaking ‘this…’ and ‘that…’,

But it makes me smile ‘cause

The happiness is more than the sound heard in a bazaar!

 

Then we dive into the world of art

As the next period starts,

Tis a room filled with a majestic aura,

And skills which are more than meets the eye.

 

Almost everyone’s exhausted by the day,

As the last period starts,

There’s still half an hour but hey,

We pack our bags anyway.

 

Time runs very slow,

Every tick and tock's a mile long,

And a sigh of relief is heard

When hearing the sound of the bell's gong.

 

This school’s full of joy and wonder,

Tis the best school I ever saw or heard myself,

If you think such a place doesn’t exist,

Then come see for yourself!

08

12, 2022

All Because Of A Lizard - Vidya Nachammai Nachiappan (8B)

I was considered the only girl who would like a lizard, not only in
my family, but in the entire world. I didn’t actually like lizards, I just
found them intriguing and somewhat unique, with those big googly
eyes and ochre yellow body. I got interested in them only when I got
to know about their ability to detach their tails. Who on earth can
remove one of their body parts? Hence, my liking towards lizards.
Most of the stories start with a ‘hot, summer afternoon’. But my
story starts with a cold, winter morning. We lived on the ground
floor of our tower in an apartment. The balcony opened out to a
variety of plants (maybe hazardous, I don’t know) and insects. My
mom was quite repulsive about living in this house, but I was quite
eager to find lizards. As I told you, since it was freezing cold in
Delhi, my family and my brother were busy hunting for sweaters
and scarves to wrap themselves. I had already found a three-fold
sweater and was busy watching for lizards on the balcony.
I saw a lizard crawling on the pavement. I had to get out of the
house, I couldn’t possibly jump out of the balcony. I swung open the
door and wore my slippers in a hurry, not wanting to miss the
lizard. When I reached the place where the lizard was lazing around,
somewhere between the misty air, I caught the glance of a girl. She
was a bit fat like a snowball, but her face was charming. Judging the
cuteness of her face, I could guess that she was younger than me.
She too saw me and stopped for a while, her gaze fixed at me. I
showed my palm, intending to say, “Hi.” She came forward. Her hair
was a mess of brown curls, her cheeks were red and her eyes gave
the most beautiful blue ever. She said, “Hi! I am Happy. I live in
Tower B.”
“Who’s sad?”
“Yeah, I get that joke. Many people tease me by my name.”
“That’s your name? I thought you said you were happy.”
“Of course, I am happy. My name is Happy.”
“Whoa! Why is that so?”
“I have no idea. My parents say that my brother made them write
the name on the birth certificate. The name stuck. I’m kind of bored
explaining the same theory over and over.”
“Yeah. I know all about brothers, cause I have one.”
“Oh, nice. Your name?”
“I’m Geet. Whatever on earth are you doing outside in this freezing
weather?” She wrinkled her face a bit, probably that was rude.
“Whatever are you doing?”
“Sorry, don’t get me wrong. It’s my way of talking. I’m searching for
lizards.”
She chuckled and said, “Wow! You are quite interesting! Anyways, I
had to buy milk for my grandma. She’s been dying to have coffee for
the past few days, but was deprived of it. It’s a long story, I’ll tell you
later. Gotta hurry, bye!”
“Bye! This is tower A, don’t forget!”
She gave an appealing smile and left. I was quite happy to have
found my first friend in the apartment , all thanks to that lizard.

08

12, 2022

A Small Part - Sanjitha S (8B)

The bundle of joy played
In the Autumn mirth, when the titan trees swayed
Their joyous and youthful laughter
Infused in the chilly eddies of air
The Old oak stood still
Listening to the children with a hidden thrill
Its crippled bough bent down with age
With shriveled leaves that were once greenish-sage
The withered leaves clinged
Although with ceaseless murmuring
They gently hushed down to the ground
As the weak leaves died slow…
But she who played near the tree
Called out to the others in glee
“O! Look at the leaves dance!
They keep disappearing at each glance”
They didn’t know, though, that
Each leaf muttered right before the last of its breaths
“We were a sliver of the whole story,
We shared the smallest part of the autumn glory”
These whispers filled the autumn breeze.

08

12, 2022

WHEN MOTHERS WORK - Aishwarya Nachammai Nachiappan (8A)

Her eyes, though weary, wink
In sync with dawn,
But long after the sky’s like ink
And the night light on,
Her own clock and light never
Turn off, she toils forever.
The saucepan, her yelping son
A nagging ringtone, the laundry undone,
A dozen invisible hands, has she?
Or a heart, sturdy enough to go far
To clear the mist and break chains free
Just to land on a star.
Her husband’s tie, she still adjusts
Her son’s messy desk, she still dusts
For equivalent love, she still yearns
For a supporting hand, her tense mind yearns
Her burning eyes still shimmer aglint
With a spurt of love, with immortal diligence’s tint
Beyond the tension, has she any fear?
Yet she smiles, so why not smile back?
Why not be her dreamcatcher?
When she heals you, why not heal her back?
Another inspiration is comparatively none
When the angel you have lifelong, is herself one.

08

12, 2022

Keys Or Tomatoes? - Vidya Nachammai Nachiappan (8B)

Stress rules a working mother’s life,
One hand on keys, one hand on tomatoes.
I’ve seen her struggle with a blunt knife,
And her eyes pale with weakness.
Yet, her face acts as a queen of bliss,
Though her pain, I can notice.
Her husband screams for his wallet from the car,
Her in-laws want a morsel of juicy chicken,
Her son bravely shows his scar,
Her daughter configures a mess in the kitchen,
Her ailing mother’s livid bickering goes way too far.
Amidst the ocean of these irating and tiring hurdles,
The mother copes to sail through.
Yet, her heart yearns for peace,
From tension she needs rescue.
As her maid, as a working mother, I can just say,
Stress rules a working mother’s life.

05

12, 2022

R.Anandhita (8A) Secures A Bastion Of Awards!!!

R.Anandhita (8A) has won prizes in the following competition:

  • Got selected in National level ( till the round -3) of ISDS-Indian School of Debating Society
  • Member of Winner's team in Vakya Yuddha-22 Lower House held on 5/11/2022
  • First place  -Folk song in National Group Song Competition held on 15/10/22.
  • Finalist of the Speech Contest on AtmaNirbhar Bharat,Samskruthi bahrain held on 1/5/22

Hearty Congratulations!!!

04

12, 2022

ATAL Tinkering Lab - Report On 3d Printing Workshop Written By : Satyarshi (Class 8)

Click the link below to access ATAL Tinkering Lab - Report on 3d printing workshop:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/17fbDB8f9aDxLHDCl0AroR1-C_XF3HDwI/view?usp=share_link 

03

12, 2022

Quill -1st Prompt( Leaf) - A Poem By Yazhini (7C)

Life is steep

Not as much as the leaf!

Some stamp, Some Pluck

But they never suck!

 

One is orange,

Two are brown

Some look yellow 

On the ground!

 

When the pumpkins are yellow,

And the vines with grapes abound

When the nuts turn bitter and hard,

How silently they tumble down,

And come to the ground.

I like them, How about you!

 

I hope I can be the autumn leaf

Who looked at the shedding trees and the rising mountains

And when it was time to leave,

It gracefully knew life was a gift!!

03

12, 2022

Singing Buses Bound For The Aavin Factory - Report By Aishwarya Nachammai Nachiappan (8A)

Theory alone makes school impractical unless field trips bring in true scintillating educational experiences. The 28th and 29th of November, 2022 were set to revive students of Grade 8 with euphoria. On 28th November, students of the PSBB Millennium School, GBKM, of grade 8 from the divisions A, B, C and D were taken on a short trip to the Aavin Factory in Ambattur, Chennai-600098. The same field trip rose up with new momentum for students of divisions- E,F & G the next day, on 29th November. 

 All the students had gathered in their respective classrooms at the usual reporting time, and had begun their day with considerable zing. Soon enough, the students had boarded their buses with their respective class teachers. The bus ride, for all students, had been no shorter than a time period of devouring, snacking and rising mettle and expectations. Jingling with music and voices, the buses had shortly arrived at the Tamil Nadu CO-OP_Milk Producers Federation LTD-Aavin Factory within an hour. Later, the students, two classes at a time, were taken into the factory. Crossing the Milko Scan and Milko Screen room was the section of the factory, where numerous tests, namely the quality control test, platform test, chemical analysis, SNF test, homogenisation acidity test, etc., had been briefed upon by working staff members there. Glimpsing round, students had observed the cork sterilizer, water bath, magnetic stirrer and muffle furnace involved in experimenting the Gerber tests. Moving on, another section buzzed with ten machines, packeting the Aavin milk produced, as per the five types that the factory produces. 

Despite the insights gathered, one point from the negative perspective was the upsetting overwhelming smell of raw milk. That was one point where we, students, analyzed the true hardships of the factory workers, who would be, by now, almost used to it. Further ahead, joint with the factory, was the Aavin Hi-tech Ice-cream parlour. This had been the most cherishable and indelible part of the trip. Each student had spent money from his/her pockets to relish upon the foodstuffs in the parlour, not to miss out the sweets, cones, bars, kulfis and buttermilk. Students then indulged in the pleasure of a play area enclosed within the parlour compound for quite some time, delving back into childhood memories.  Ultimately, the students and teachers, totally jaded, boarded the buses again. As the buses were infused with gossip and chattering, the buses headed back to school and drove into the PSBB MS campus in around half an hour. As the enthralling field trip culminated, students dispersed at the end of the day, taking along a memory of an exhaustingly fine day. 

02

12, 2022

News Letter 2022-23

FINAL TERM1 NEWSLETTER

01

12, 2022

The Promise That Led To A Charm - A Story By Vidya Nachammai Nachiappan (8B)

 I haven’t told you how I met my sister, have I? You may wonder, ‘Who on earth meets his sister?’ Well, I did, or rather, fate made me. I was gazing out of the car window, with the earphones plunged in my ears, with the volume really high, so that the music went into my head. I couldn’t hear anything. But I could feel my heartbeat in my throat as we neared the orphanage. My mum says that my grandma made a promise to god to adopt a child, if her child, that’s my mum, was healthily born. Since she didn’t keep her promise, my mum was burdened with it. Why couldn’t they let it go? Who cares about some old grandma’s promise? My parents did. I got to know this just the day before; I couldn’t believe it when my dad gave in to my mum! My dad tried to make me smile by telling some silly joke, but it annoyed me even more. An old, elegant lady was waiting near the entrance for us, wearing a smile. “Welcome ma’am. If I’m right, is that your son? Oh my, how grown he is!” “Of course, I will be tall if I’m 14. Will I be the same height as I was in first-grade?” Oops, that didn’t go well. I tried to apologise, but was shut by my dad. Sheesh, man! Why did I botch everything up? As I was rolling my eyes, some movement or shuffling behind the door caught my attention. I found a little girl up to my waist behind the door, looking shyly at me. The funny fact was that she looked familiar, well-acquainted. Her round eyes were the most disturbing and lingering in my mind, like I’ve seen them somewhere before. “Hey, what’s your name?” “Emma.” “How old are you?” “Seven. Will you take me with you?” I didn’t know what to say and I did not expect that question from her. I knelt down to her height and said with a grin, “Shall we ask that to my parents?”

 I went to the trio who were blabbering about something, holding Diya’s small wrist in my hand. My eyes would have popped with surprise like that of Kim Goodman (you can google this) when I saw my mum and dad turn blanch at the sight of the girl. My dad hardly recovered, when we were on our way home. I thought it was best to not bring the topic over. But I could see that my mum’s eyes were moist. Dinner was out of shape. The lights went out at just 8. I couldn’t sleep a wink. As much as I hated going to the orphanage, I wanted to bring her home. Her eyes were so beautiful, small and really familiar. I had a feeling which I couldn't explain. As I had this in my mind, I could sense some commotion in the next room. I know it is in the rule list of a son to not eavesdrop, but I just couldn’t resist myself. I think I was in the middle of a conversation. My mum was saying, “I’ll tell you what, it’s because of your mum! Just because she said ‘we don’t need a girl’, we left her! Because of your mum!” My dad asked, “Why are you spitting it all at me?!”“Because your mum’s dead!” “Listen, the last thing I want in the world is to not bring her home. Why would I even want to be away from my child?” You should have seen my jaw drop open when I heard that. If I think about it now, my lips widen into a smile round the corner. “Point taken. What shall we do now?” “We’ll bring her home first thing at dawn. It’ll be good for Sameer’s gift.”

 THUD! I think I got my punishment for eavesdropping. The door knob somehow turned itself to reveal my stumbling on the room floor, right in front of my parents’ shocked face. How red my cheeks went, not that I had any cheeks. Sheesh, man! Why did I have to mess up my birthday surprise? I looked anxiously for a flurry of shouts that were supposed to make my ears go kaput. But to my surprise, they started laughing like kids! Boy, how unbelievable parents can be! The next day, we set off in full swing to the orphanage. I was the one to hug her first. I giggled at the way she looked at me. I gave that look when someone says my belt is missing when I know it’s still there. “We’re taking you home, Emma!” I could very well see that she was blushing. So, she was my sister, after all! I could see that my mum and dad were on cloud nine, all 32 teeth shown. That little girl of charm brought joy into our boring life of nothingness. The day we got her back from the orphanage, she became the principal source of distraction for me. I questioned her like a detective, day and night. I think she was exhausted with my questions. The only thing I regretted about bringing her home was that we had to share a bed, even though she was small. Of course, it was big enough to fit in three adults; but I was used to having it to myself! How would you feel if you are being told that you have another sister (apart from the siblings you have, if you have one)? One night, I was staring outside the window, looking at the moon and running my hands through my hair.  She said, “I lived in an orphanage because I was an orphan; I was good at studies and sports because I didn’t have anything else to do. I didn’t have a brother or sister to prank. I didn’t have to ask my grandma to teach me how to cook noodles. Because, I didn’t have any of them! That was all that was going on with my life. My life wasn’t in the least special or interesting, it was just normal, like the life of a cobbler. Why, if a cobbler hits the lottery, his life will go from almonds to diamonds.There isn’t a day when I didn’t wait or pray for my parents to come and pick me up in their BMW car. Even if they came in a scooter, I didn’t have a problem. I didn’t care if my mum doesn’t smell of rose perfume; it’s okay if she smelt like milk. I didn’t mind if my dad wasn’t wearing black, classy shoes; it was okay if he just wore flip-flops. I just wanted them to come. The warden did give me hugs when I cried or chocolates if I got a centum, but I didn’t have anyone to share my secrets with or say that I love them. I wish I had.” 

 I gave her one of my handsome smiles. That’s all I could do! What can I say to a seven-year girl’s advice? To be honest, I was quite awed by her speech; I couldn’t have written one like that. I never realised the importance of having someone to love you or love back, until then. As if to lighten the awkward silence, she exclaimed, “But, I do now. And they are mine. After all, I do have a brother to kick when I’m angry and get ten rupees during Raksha Bandhan.”I chuckled and said, “And that doesn’t mean you’ll get it every year, Diya.”“Oh yes, you will! Goodnight, anna.” How happy I felt when she called me ‘anna’! I saw the twinkle in her eyes as she won the argument. And she has my eyes.  

 

30

11, 2022

Class VII-GA

Topic: Pebble Art

PEBBLE ART
''Painting is poetry that is seen rather than felt,and poetry is painting that is felt rather than seen."
Pebble art is a form of artistic expression that involves using small stones as canvases for colourful
images and designs. Pebbles are also used to create three-dimensional pieces such as sculptures, ornaments, frames and decorative items. It is an affordable, versatile and easy form of artistic expression.The students across standard seven thoroughly enjoyed the General Assembly on
'Pebble Art'.They gave life to the pebbles by converting them into ladybugs, butterflies, penguins, humans, cats etc. The beach and other sceneries, were par excellence. The students unleashed their potential and creativity and took everyone into an artistic world.

23

11, 2022

Class 7 - GA For MAKING A COLOUR WHEEL

Topic: MAKING A COLOUR WHEEL

Report : "I found I could say thing with colour and shapes that I couldn't say any other way- things I had no words for." Georgia O'Keeffe. Colour theory is both the science and art of using colour. It explains how humans perceive colour, and the visual effects of how colours mix, match or contrast with each other. It also involves the messages colours communicate and the methods used to replicate colour. Std 7 had their General Assembly on 23rd November 2022(Wednesday). The topic chosen for the same was "Making a colour wheel" to kinder their interest in scientific thinking. The students were instructed to bring paper plates, cellophane paper of different colours and a pair of press buttons. Colour wheel prepared by the students were displayed on the flannel board of their classes. The students participated in this activity with utmost enthusiasm. This served as an opportunity to display their creative skill.

16

11, 2022

Class 7- General Assembly

Topic: COOKING WITHOUT FIRE

Date : 16-11-2022

Report : From various new thoughts put into the events planned for Children's Day, emerged an icing on the cake which was titled "Cooking without fire". Students of Std 7 willingly grabbed this opportunity to showcase their talent. The competition was conducted with a thought to create awareness about the nutritional value of food cooked without flame, the necessity and advantages of healthy eating and to encourage students stay away from the junk food. Through this activity the students sharped their kinesthetic and culinary skills and also appreciating the hard work put into cooking by their peers. The aim of the activity was also to provide a platform for students to showcase their talent and explore new areas of interest. The dishes(delicacies) were judged as per the parameters announced. The best three entries from each class were awarded e-certificates. At the end of the day curtains were drawn with a happy note as the objective of the competition was effectively achieved.

Winner's list- COOKING WITHOUT FIRE
7A   7B
1. VRIDDHI P   1. THANMITHA S
2. VISHRUTHA A   2. ABHINAV V
3. PIYUSHA G   3. ASHMITHA S
 
7C   7D
1. HARSHINIE H   1. RISHIJAYAN R
2. JASHITHA S   2. KHAYAL J
3. BHARGAV DB   3. DHOORIHA R
 
7E   7F
1. ARON GERIK S   1. GUNJAN K
2. SADHANA SRIRAM   2. DEEKSHITA S
3. SAILAKSHMI V   3. SHIVA ROSHNI P
 
7G
1. SHREYAS N
2. AKSHIT KUMAR V
3. DHATRI KAMLESH PATEL

16

11, 2022

General Assembly -Class 8

Conducted On :16.11.2022

 Topic : CHILDREN'S DAY COMPETITION

Report :

The General Assembly on 16th November was conducted to commemorate Children’s day. The topic for the day was ‘crazy hat making’ for boys and ‘Jewellery making’ for girls . The students came up with ingenious and stunning hats and wearables. The teachers of eighth level shortlisted the best three by viewing the models, hats and various jewels made by the students.

Children participated in the competition with sincerity and creativity and the best three entries were given certificates and the others were also congratulated for the efforts for making their models. The hats they came up were very distinctive in their creativity and appearance from the common hats which we see in our daily life earning them the name ‘crazy hat’. The jewels also were amazing, and the girls showered their beautifying skills on the jewels which they made. This General Assembly served as an opportunity to display their creative skill.





Winners list of Hat making and Jewellery making competition are as follows:
     
  HAT MAKING COMPETITION JEWELLERY MAKING COMPETITION
8A    
1 Vinayak E Disha P Thakker
2 Aarya R J Aishwarya Valliammai Nachiappan
3 Sai navin balakrishnan Raksha Josephine R
 
8B JEWELLERY MAKING COMPETITION
1 Sanjitha S  
2 Shrika Ramakrishnan  
3 Sadhika C S  
 
8C HAT MAKING COMPETITION JEWELLERY MAKING COMPETITION
1 Phoorna Vignesh Haribabu Srivardhini C
2 Sharvesh S Deepti S
3 Vaibhav Arya R Saanvi Mishra
 
8D HAT MAKING COMPETITION JEWELLERY MAKING COMPETITION
1 Sarvesh Kannan Shruthi Sahana K M
2 Vishvanathan S Jayashree H
3 Pavan B Prisha Deepti A
 
8E HAT MAKING COMPETITION JEWELLERY MAKING COMPETITION
1 Yuvarashi J Srilaya R
2 Kavin Chandar G Hansika S
3 Nishanth V Aashini U
 
8F HAT MAKING COMPETITION JEWELLERY MAKING COMPETITION
1 Yashwanth P Dhanyavarshini S
2 Nitheesh M Poojitha Sri A P
3 - Nikitha. S
 
8G HAT MAKING COMPETITION JEWELLERY MAKING COMPETITION
1 Aditya K Chandhini S
2 Sai Darshan M Swathi.S
3 Ayaan R Aditi.A
 

09

11, 2022

General Assembly- VI -VIII Topic :TANGRAM

Conducted On : 09.11.2022

TANGRAM

'CREATIVITY IS JUST CONNECTING THINGS'
The tangram is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat polygons called tans,which are put together to form shapes.The objective of this activity is to replicate a pattern using all seven pieces without overlapping.When the pieces are arranged together they suggest an amazing variety of forms,embodying many numerical and geometric concepts.It is one of the most widely recognized dissection puzzles in the world and has been used for various purposes including amusement,art,and education. The students across standard six to eight enjoyed doing tangram as their General Assembly activity.This activity helped the students to learn geometric terms and inspired them to create new designs on their own.

26

10, 2022

GRADE 6 TO 8 - GA ACTIVITY

Topic: Student Discipline Guidelines
Activity: PPT PRESENTATION
Date: 26.10.2022

Every morning is a new day and every day is a new opportunity. 

The morning assembly on 26th October for Grade 6 to 8 began with a prayer followed by 2 minutes meditation. 

Discipline is a positive virtue of one's life that makes a man punctual, honest, and regular. 

A power point presentation on building discipline in school was presented. Guidelines for discipline were briefed, followed by a display of "warning slips ' that would be issued to students, in case their behaviour falls below standards.

It was an awareness presentation about the importance of discipline in school. Discipline builds character that helps lead a well-balanced life, was the message for the day.

12

10, 2022

General Assembly - Classes VI-VIII

Topic-Say No to Drugs

Mental health is critically important to everyone and everywhere. All over the world, mental health needs are high but responses are insufficient and inadequate. In view of students of classes 6 to 8 participated in general assembly conducted by medall to inform better mental health for all.
Students were asked to draw or paint ,write slogans or poems and express themselves on the topic Say No to Drugs as part of the Mental health week on 12/10/2022. they participated enthusiastically and came up with eye-catching pictures and motivational messages. Slogans ,write ups ,paintings depicting the meaning , harmful effects of drugs on people and other related topics were informative .
The students brought out the various points:-
• Educating ourselves about the risks associated with drug use
• Creating healthy, positive environment that discourages drug use
• Providing resources and support for people who need help with addiction and drug abuse
• Educating ourselves about the risks of drug use is important and the potential consequences of addiction and abuse we can make our decision that will keep us and our loved ones safe.
An overall view was presented to prevent the use of drugs .

18

09, 2022

KRITHIK . K (1-H) Bags Award In Chess Championship

KRITHIK . K (1-H) has received the following awards:

  • Placed 6th in 34th Tamilnadu State under -07 open chess championship-2022 dated 05/06/2022.
  • Placed 8th in invitation tournament. He got cash prize 600/- rupees dated 17/09/2022 & 18/09/2022

Hearty congratulations young champ!!!

12

09, 2022

Vijayadhasami Admissions Are Open For PreKG, LKG And UKG For The Academic Year 2022-23.

Please find the registration link below
 
 
Kindly contact 72000 48441 for any queries.
 
 

11

09, 2022

Ishan B (2-H) Wins In Chess Tournament

Name : Ishan B (2-H)
Name of the Event :Chandran Memorial State Level Childrens Chess Tournament 2022
Organizers: GM Chess Academy
Date: 11/09/2022
Prize : 2nd Prize

Hearty congratulations!!!

10

09, 2022

S.K MARAN ABHIMANYU (LKG-D) Bags Silver Medal In Athletic Event

Name:S.K MARAN ABHIMANYU (LKG-D)
Name of event:INTER SCHOOL ATHLETIC MEET.
Organizer: V Sports Academy.
Date: 10/09/2022
Prize: 2 nd position (silver medal) in 40 mts sprint.

Hearty congratulations!!!

04

09, 2022

G Nikhita (6G) Bags Gold Medal In Speech Contest

Name : G Nikhita (6G)

 
Event Name : Ted C Speech contest
 
Organiser : FIITJEE Global School 
 
Prize :  Gold (First) and Best Content
Date : 04/09/2022
Hearty Congratulations!!! 

 

01

09, 2022

S.Mahatru (1H) Imprints His Name In The India Book Of Records!!!

S.Mahatru (1H) recorded as the Youngest to solve one hundred pieces large jigsaw puzzle by India Book of Records. The record for being the youngest to solve one hundred pieces of a large jigsaw puzzle was set by S. Mahatru (born on November 21, 2016) of Chennai, Tamil Nadu. He solved the bug world puzzle with 100 pieces in 11 minutes and 20 seconds at the age of 5 years and 2 days, as confirmed on November 23, 2021.

Hearty Congratulations!!!

28

08, 2022

The Young Karate Champions!!!

The following students have won prizes in 4th state level inter dojo karate championship - 2022 oraganised by WKF, karate India organization , SIKF and TSKA India dated 28th August 2022.

  • S. Mithun (1B) - 2nd prize in Individual kata.
  • S. Kavinesh (LKG-D) - 1st prize in Individual kata.

Hearty Congratulations!!!

28

08, 2022

S.Sreenidhi (1-C) Wins In Kata Championship 2022

Name: S.Sreenidhi (1-C)
Name of the event : South Indian Level Kata Championship 2022
Organiser:SHORIN-RYU SHORIN-KAN Kobudo association
Date : 28/08/2022
Prize won: 2nd prize in white belt category

Hearty congratulations!!!

28

08, 2022

S.Adhithi Akshaya (3-G) Wins In Kata Championship 2022

Name: S.Adhithi Akshaya (3-G)
Name of the event : South Indian Level Kata Championship 2022
Organiser:SHORIN-RYU SHORIN-KAN Kobudo association
Date : 28/08/2022
Prize won: 2nd prize in yellow belt category

Hearty congratulations!!!

27

08, 2022

B. Smrithi (3G) Showcases Her Talent !!!

B. Smrithi (3G) has been shortlisted out of 1000+ entries in the "Maya Kannan - Janmashtami contest"  organized by The Hindu Group. A total of 70 children have been shortlisted from a crowd of 1000+ participants and Smrithi is one among them.
She had dressed up as "Radhe" and played the song "Achyutam Keshavam" on Veena and as well sung it while playing along. The felicitation was held on August 27th 5 PM at Saraswathi Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School, Vadapalani.
Hearty Congratulations!!!

22

08, 2022

General Assembly -Class 8

Topic: PAPER ART

Date : 20-07-22

 Report:   

Every child is born unique. Each one of them has different talents and abilities. We don't have to always follow the footsteps of others.In accordance with the above quote, Students of Std 8 were asked to make paper art during their GA to identify and develop their own talents.

Children made a spectacular presentation of paper art like basket weaving, Quilling, duster holder, pen holder, wall hanger, tribal art, curtain binder and book mark of their choice. They enjoyed the paper art work and were able to get to know about various art work out of paper.

This General Assembly not only helped the participants to show their artistic talent but also motivated them to be creative. An enriching experience to each of them.

19

08, 2022

General Assembly -Class 8

Topic: wolrd Emoji Day

Date : 13-07-22

Report: An Emoji is a pictogram or smiley embedded in text messages. Similar to punctuations, emojis are used to express emotion and to substitute body language and tone of voice in text communication.
Std 8 had their General Assembly on 13th July 2022 (Wednesday). The topic chosen for the same was EMOJIS on account of World Emoji Day which falls on 17th July 2022. The students were instructed to bring quarter size chart paper and the required stationery. They were asked to draw various Emojis of their choice with the expression they denoted. They even made badges for our helpers as a token of love for the service extended. The emojis prepared by the students were displayed on the flannel boards of their classes.
The students participated in this activity with utmost enthusiasm as they were using emojis only in their electronic text messages. This served as an opportunity to display their drawing skills.

19

08, 2022

GA Activity -Class 6

Theme: Van Mahotsav Day

Topic: Walk a reason

Activity: Rally on planting and saving trees

Date: 13-7-22

 

Children were instructed to make placards with slogans written on it as a group activity. The slogans written was related to environmental awareness about plants and saving trees. 

The students marched with placards through the corridors and shouted out the slogans.

The curiosity to learn and the will to create a change was clearly seen in the efforts of the students. The activity helped to instill the value of social responsibility in the students.

Jai Hind!!!!

19

08, 2022

6TH GRADE - GA ACTIVITY



Topic : Motions of the Earth
Activity : Demonstration
Date : 20.7.2022

Where does the Sun go when we can't see it?  It's still there!
Earth's Rotation & Revolution, specifically how the Earth rotates on its axis , creating day and night.
 To make the students understand the concepts of rotation, revolution and Equinox , class 6 students were taken to the MPH and a demonstration was given by students with the help of PPT using a torch in the darkroom.
       
        Students were delighted to learn about Summer Solstice, Winter Solstice and Equinox and were confident enough to answer the questions asked by Mrs. Perathu Selvi.

15

08, 2022

A Tribute To The Nation By Shravan A (9F)

A Class Apart

 Bliss is in earning big

And happiness in settling abroad

Such were my fantasies

Until one day, motherland called.

 

In the past, the nucleus of civilization

At present, an active mitochondria ,

And in the future, a forerunner to many

Of huge legacy is this country !!

 

I traversed the antique shades of saffron

I explored the uniform white

I noticed the diverse green

And amused at how it all merged.

 

Having been rich amongst rags

And with a vision to achieve everything under the sun,

My nation has shown

That it is second to none.

 

With a great nation comes great citizenship.

Encouraging unity in diversity,

Nurturing national prosperity,

And remembering those immortal souls

Shall we live as law-abiding Indians.

 

And then did I understand,

Bliss is in patriotism

And happiness in national duty !!

Vande Mataram !!

03

08, 2022

GA- Classes 6 To 8 - Kanya Vandanam And Suvasini Vandanam

Topic : Kanya Vandanam and Suvasini Vandanam

Report : An Initiative of IMCTF to foster women's honour
Honour women! They entwine and weave heavenly roses in our earthly life.
Kanya vandnam and suvasini vandanam was conducted in the school campus at MPH on 3rd August 2022 as an initiative of Moral and Cultural Training Foundation(IMCTF) to foster women's honour.
Girl students came dressed up in traditional attire and gathered in the MPH for their General Assembly. The programme started with the prayer song and the boys from middle school dedicated a song in praise of womanhood.
Considering their pair as a form of Devi, middle school girls performed the solemn ritual by applying turmeric and vermillion (kumkum) on their feet. They also offered flowers and exchanged gifts.The students enjoyed the General Assembly and made it a memorable one.

Click link below to view the GA: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KCEG_CMGnCMaKB4mXdV35gurBJZwUxfj/view?usp=sharing

25

07, 2022

Std X & XII Results For The AY 2021-22

Dear Parents
 
SHRI GURUBHYO NAMAHA!
 
We are happy to announce the results of Std X and Std XII of the AY 2021-22
 
 
CLASS X - 100% pass
 

 

NAME

TOTAL

S ANU PRIYA

494/500

NILA KATHIR

493/500

K G SAIVARAD

492/500

CANDACE REANKA VINOD PAUL

492/500

PRAJIN K

492/500

 

 

CLASS XII - 100% pass

 

NAME

TOTAL

S NEEHARIKA (CSC)

494/500

SHRAVAN BALAJI (BIO)

489/500

V NEELESH (COMM)

487/500

 

Centum Scorers in class XII
GBKM 20635570 S NEEHARIKA Mathematics
GBKM 20635595 APARNA RAMACHANDRAN Economics
GBKM 20635570 S NEEHARIKA Chemistry
GBKM 20635597 J DISHA GUPTA Business Studies
GBKM 20635595 APARNA RAMACHANDRAN Business Studies
GBKM 20635618 R VIROCHAN Business Studies
GBKM 20635637 SHRUTHI SANKARANARAYANAN Business Studies
GBKM 20635456 R MEENAKSHI Biology
GBKM 20635516 ANISH SRIRAM B S Computer Science
GBKM 20635543 SMRITI MAHESHWARI Computer Science
 
 
Centum scorers in class X
 
Perfect 100 for 2021-22
Location BOARD ROLL NO. STUDENT'S NAME Subject
GBKM 20185735 S ANU PRIYA English Lang & Lit
  20185683 K G SAIVARAD English Lang & Lit
  20185776 MANAV VIPIN NAIR English Lang & Lit
  20185815  RISHAB V English Lang & Lit
  20185803 DHRUVA ANAND English Lang & Lit
  20185688 SRITHIKA SRINIVASAN English Lang & Lit
  20185650 PRISHA G English Lang & Lit
  20185818 SASHWATH S English Lang & Lit
  20185797 ABHIRAAJ DATTA English Lang & Lit
       
  20185683 K G SAIVARAD Mathematics
  20185782 PRAJIN K Mathematics
  20185822 SMRITHI SENTHILNATHAN Mathematics
  20185631 ARCHITAA A Mathematics
  20185596 ANDREA A Mathematics
  20185772 KAVINITHI SERA Mathematics
  20185814 RAMITHA RAMESH Mathematics
  20185697 AVINASH R Mathematics
       
  20185808 KIRAN KUMAR P Science
       
  20185735 S ANU PRIYA Social Science
  20185779 NILA KATHIR Social Science
  20185767 CANDACE REANKA VINOD PAUL Social Science
  20185782 PRAJIN K Social Science
  20185776 MANAV VIPIN NAIR Social Science
  20185765 S ARJUN Social Science
  20185815 RISHAB V Social Science
  20185720 SHRADHA RAJ P S Social Science
  20185803 DHRUVA ANAND Social Science
  20185822 SMRITHI SENTHILNATHAN Social Science
  20185833 G KISHORE Social Science
  20185631 ARCHITAA A Social Science
  20185633 AVANTIKA S Social Science
  20185650 PRISHA G Social Science
  20185679 PRANAV KARTHIK A Social Science
  20185707 MEGHA VIJAYKUMAR Social Science
  20185596 ANDREA A Social Science
  20185808 KIRAN KUMAR P Social Science
  20185824 SUBHASHREE S Social Science
  20185702 JASMITHA P Social Science
  20185713 SAI SHRAAVYA B Social Science
  20185740 BHAVANA M Social Science
  20185818 SASHWATH S Social Science
  20185766 ARVIND S ATHREYA Social Science
  20185626 SAI SHRUTI SUBRAMANIAN Social Science
  20185749 MANASA VIJAYKUMAR Social Science
  20185825 SUSHANTHIKA MAGDALENE S Social Science
  20185621 VAISHNAVI D Social Science
  20185611 PATEL PANKTI KAMLESH Social Science
  20185625 MEHA PRABAKARAN Social Science
  20185708 S NIKETHANA Social Science
  20185657 SANYU SOM SATPATHY Social Science
  20185696 A ANANYA Social Science
  20185804 ESHWAR C Social Science
  20185810 MOKSHA PRADHA P Social Science
  20185617 TARAKESH J Social Science
  20185616 SHREE SURESH Social Science
  20185770 INIYAA M Social Science
  20185712 PRAVINRAJ E Social Science
  20185821 SIDDHARTH HARIHARAN Social Science
  20185640 GUTTIKONDA GREESHMA CHOWDARY Social Science
  20185604 MANASWI K Social Science
  20185788 SRIRAM SIVAKUMAR Social Science
       
  20185660 ANANTHA KUMAR B Tamil
  20185663 CERLY A MICHEAL RAJ Tamil
  20185671 JOCELYN MABEL N Tamil
  20185679 PRANAV KARTHIK A Tamil
  20185688 SRITHIKA SRINIVASAN Tamil
  20185707 MEGHA VIJAYKUMAR Tamil
  20185708 S NIKETHANA Tamil
  20185735 S ANU PRIYA Tamil
  20185738 ASHMITHA R Tamil
  20185767 CANDACE REANKA VINOD PAUL Tamil
  20185769 GOKUL VENKATESH P Tamil
  20185770 INIYAA M Tamil
  20185772 KAVINITHI SERA Tamil
  20185779 NILA KATHIR Tamil
  20185781 P POORNIMA Tamil
  20185782 PRAJIN K Tamil
  20185833 G KISHORE Tamil
       
  20185776 MANAV VIPIN NAIR Sanskrit
       
 
 

24

07, 2022

M B Rishi Dev(1D) Achieves In Athletics

Name : M B Rishi Dev
Class & Sec : 1D
Name of the event : Athletic Premier League - Season 3 @ Jawaharlal Nehru stadium
Organizer : Chennai Athletic Acadedmy
Prize : 3rd Prize in 50mts , Participation in 100mts
Date : 24th July 2022
 
Hearty congratulations little champ!!!
 

22

07, 2022

General Assembly Class VI To VIII -Talent Show

 

Report:

Every child is born unique.There is no better time than today to encourage our gifted students to shine.Each one of them has different talents and abilities. After two long years of virtual platform , first General Assembly across standard 6 to 8 was 'Talent Show' where the students projected their inherent potential.The students were given opportunity to showcase their talents like dance,song, painting, musical instruments, speech,yoga and many more. All the participants took the audience into their spell through their creative and enchanting acts. This General Assembly not only helped the participants to showcase their talents but also motivated the other students to come up with their hidden potential and tapped their interests. Apart from this, new admissions were taken on a school tour for them to be familiarised with the school.In a nut shell, the students enjoyed the General Assembly thoroughly.

20

07, 2022

General Assembly Class VII -STUDENT'S HANDBOOK READING SESSION

RULES OF THE SCHOOL
Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishments.As a student, one should follow certain rules and regulations in the school campus.So reading and explaining the rules to be followed by the students at school given in student's handbook as the fifth General Assembly on 20.07.2022 in the classroom.The following were the areas which were given emphasis on:

*rules to be followed inside the library
*canteen rules
*use of toilets
*conduct during morning assembly
*playground rules
*conduct in the classroom
*attendance and leave of absence
*proper uniform
*marks and achievements.
The General Assembly about the rules and regulations was a reiteration for all the students,especially to the new comers.

13

07, 2022

General Assembly Report AY (2022 - 2023)-Class 7 (Conducted On : 13.07.2022)

Topic: Bag Making

Report : Promote awareness to reduce plastic pollution
Creating awareness among children to replace plastic bags with hand made cloth bags using old clothes like shawl and tee shirts was conducted as the 4th General Assembly for standard seven.
The students understood the impacts of plastic pollution to our ecosystem and unleashed their potential and creativity by making useful and colourful cloth bags.
Children actively participated and made beautiful bags out of waste cloth and showcased their talents in decorating the bags.The teachers oriented the students about the use of biodegradable alternatives that are relatively less harmful to the environment.This activity provided a wonderful platform to integrate with Science, Social Science and Value education subjects.

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07, 2022

General Assembly -Class 8

 Conducted On:22:06:2022

Topic : Talent show

Report : Talent show helps the students to showcase their talents in the field of singing ,dancing ,playing music and so on. The purpose of organising talent shows is to bring out the talents of the students among their peer group .
Our students of class eight exhibited their talents with great enthusiasm by singing their favourite spiritual songs , divine slokas, reciting short stories in which they created their own characters to make their script more interesting , six yoga poses - Ekhart was also performed making the students feel spellbound, playing musical instruments like mouth organ to his favourite song and also to few songs which his classmates asked him to play and so on.
An excellent opportunity provided by our school was encouraging our students to excel in there interested fields.


Thank you

11

07, 2022

Class 8-GA

Conducted On: 29:06:22

Topic : Unsung hero(Father's Day special)

Report: Std 8 general assembly for the month of June was conducted on 29 th of June 2022. The children were very excited to perpetrate the activity even before the day of the GA, as the topic was so touching and heart warming. The topic was to prepare a greeting card, Thank you card or gift to their Fathers. So the students were exhilarated to do the activity. The second reason to be thrilled was the kids were doing a GA activity in school after nearly two years of lock down.
The students brought all the necessary materials for the activity and started to make the greetings, thanks card and gifts for their fathers. The cards were enthralling, spectacular and creativity was exhibited to the core.
The general assembly for the month of June had a special impact for the students as it was for their first heroes in their life.
The students were instructed to hand over the cards to their fathers on the same day.

08

07, 2022

Shravan A (9F) Displays His Eloquence In Elocution!!!

Shravan A (9F) has won the following prizes:
  • First prize in the senior category in the Atmanirbhar Bharat speech contest finals organised by Samskruthi Bahrain under the patronage of the Indian Embassy at Bahrain dated 1/5/2022.
  • Second Prize in Tamil Elocution Contest in the Rajaji Elocution Competition organised by BV Bhavan's Rajaji Vidyashram dated 8/7/22.
Hearty Congratulations!!! 

06

07, 2022

Class VII-General Assembly 2 - AY (2022 - 2023 )

 World Father's Day      

 Conducted On : 29/06/22

World Father's Day is celebrated  to recognize the contribution that fathers make to the lives of their children. Dad's are most ordinary men turned by love into heroes, adventures, story tellers and singers . One father is more than hundred schoolmasters. A father is a friend whom we can always rely. So, our second General Assembly topic was "World Father's Day ". Students made Fantabulous greeting cards to their father and expressed their gratitude. They showed a lot of enthusiasm to make the greeting cards. A few students expressed their love in the form of poems and stories. On the whole the general assembly was impressive and heartening both for the children and their fathers.

06

07, 2022

Class VII - General Assembly 1 - AY (2022-23)

Topic : Talent Show
Conducted On : 22/6/2022

Every child is born unique.Each one of them has different talents and abilities. We don't have to always follow the footsteps of others. One can identify and develop their own talents.
After two long years of virtual platform , first GA of grade 7 was 'Talent Show' where children presented their inherent potential physically.Students were given opportunity to showcase their skills through a Talent show in their respective classrooms. Children from all the sections exhibited various skills like dance, drama, song, painting, musical instruments , speech,yoga and many more. All the participants took the audience into their spell through their truly creative and enchanting acts. This GA not only helped the participants to show their abilities but also motivated other students to come up and show their hidden potential. Apart from this, newly joined students were taken for school tour as well.

 

02

07, 2022

Mithun.S (1B) Receives Bronze Medal In Chennai Open Karate Championship

Name: Mithun.S
Class: 1B 
Name of the event: "Chennai open Karate" championship and league 2022
Oraganizer: WKF, karate India organization , SIKF and TSKA India.
Dated:  2nd July 2022
Prize: 3rd prize bronze medal - Individual kata.
Hearty Congratulations!!!

02

07, 2022

Lakshmi Devi U (9D) Does A Perfect Shot In The National Archery Championship

Name - Lakshmi Devi U
Class & Sec- 9 D
Name of event - National archery championship under14 
Organiser- 12 th NTPC CHERUKURI VOLGA LENIN MEMORIAL MINI SUB JUNIOR ARCHERY NATIONALS
Prize - Silver medal in mixed team event
 
Hearty Congratulations !!!

19

06, 2022

V.Prathiksha(6E) Wins Prize In Yoga Competition

Name: V. Prathiksha (6E)
Event Name: TamilNadu Yoga Festival -2022
Organiser: Global School of Yoga

Date : 19th June 2022
Prize : 3rd Prize

Hearty Congratulations!!! 

03

06, 2022

Tarika Subramanian (PreKG -A) Awarded 'Young Achiever'

Name: Tarika Subramanian (PreKG -A)
Name of the event: IBR Achiever
Organizer: INDIA BOOK OF RECORDS
Prize Own: Yong Achiever - Appreciation
 
S. Tarika (born on July 8, 2019) of Kancheepuram, Tamil Nadu, is appreciated for identifying 6 vegetables, 7 fruits, 13 animals, 15 parts of the body, 7 national symbols, 9 shapes, 7 vehicles, 7 colours; reciting one Sanskrit Sloka, 2 English rhymes, A-Z phonics and 7 Hindi phonics; and counting numbers from 1 to 10 at the age of 2 years and 10 months, as confirmed on June 3, 2022.
Hearty Congratulations!!! 

22

05, 2022

Krithik K (1H) Receives 2nd Place In The Under-7 Open Level Chess Championship

Krithik K (1H) has scored 2nd place in the Under-7 open level Chess Championship-2022 organised by Chengalpattu District Chess Association held at SRI SANKAR GLOBAL ACADEMY dated 22.05.2022.

Hearty Congratulations!!!

22

05, 2022

Nikhita G (6G) Wins GOLD In TED C Speech Contest

Name : G Nikhita (6G)
Event Name: Ted C Speech contest
Organiser: FIITJEE Global School on 22/May/22

Topic: Communicative Competence on Power of Positive mindset.
Prize: Gold (First)

Hearty Congratulations!!! 

16

05, 2022

Partha Sriram BA (8F) Bags Best Batsman Award

Name  : Partha Sriram BA (8F)

Event : Cricket Match/ Indian Ability Cricket Academy(IACA) VS PSBB Millenium Young Talents(MYT CA)

Date : May 16 2022

Location : Tenz Sports Ground/Kovur

Award : Best Batsman of the match: Partha Sriram(8F)
            68(77)*for IACA against MYT CA

15

05, 2022

V.Thileepan (4E) Receives Runner Up In AFC Grassroot Day Tournament

Name: V.Thileepan
Class & Sec: 4E
Event Name : AFC Grassroot day Tournament - Football Tournament
Organiser & Event date: Chennai Premier Soccer School dated 15/05/2022
Prize: Runner up 

Hearty Congratulations!!!

10

04, 2022

Thanyaa Sri R.P. (1E) Wins 2nd Prize In District Level Chess Tournament

Name : Thanyaa sri R.P.
Class & sec : 1 E
Name of the event : Chengalpattu District Level Chess Tournament
Organiser : Sri Raghavendra Chess Academy
Prize : 2nd prize
Dated : 10.4.2022

28

03, 2022

Vidhyut Viyan (Pre KG-D) Achieves The Feat For Youngest To Identify Time On Analog Clock, Under India Book Of Records 2023

Name: Vidhyut Viyan (Pre KG-D)

Name of the event: Youngest to identify time on analog clock, India Book of Records 2023

Organiser: India Book of Records
 
Prize: Certificate of achievement, record holder’s ID card, IBR Medal of achievement, IBR Badge, India Book of Records latest Edition

Hearty Congratulations!!!

17

03, 2022

STD 10 & 12 CBSE BOARD EXAM SCHEDULE TERM II (21-22)

Click this link below 

STD 10 CBSE BOARD EXAM SCHEDULE TERM II (21-22)

STD 12 CBSE BOARD EXAM SCHEDULE TERM II (21-22)

14

03, 2022

Admission For The AY (2022-23)

Admission for class 1 to 9 & 11 *(Commerce stream)*(AY 2022-23)
We have a few vacancies for the above mentioned classes.  The admission form link is attached herewith. Interested candidates can register themselves using the link. .
Date of exam 19.03.22
Time: 8:30 am
Venue: The Psbb millennium school, Gerugambakkam

07

02, 2022

General Assembly Report -Class -VII

Topic :Blending Ethnicity / Composite culture Samagrata Mein Ekta (Role play on Culture, History and Tradition of the paired states/UT)

Report :

Our ability to reach unity in diversity will be the beauty and the test of our civilization. Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat-GA activity of std 7 paved way to reveal different traits like different dynasties, dance forms, culture,clothings,important places to visit in Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu.

The huge buildings and temples attracted the kids. The students did a role play about the culture, history and tradition of both Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu and showcased it to their peers through the online platform.

Children dressed up in traditional clothings which enhanced the GA into an offline mode.They enjoyed the role play and were able to gather different informations and also showcased the art forms as drawings and paintings.

Children conducted press meet to depict the heritage and various art forms of Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu. Power point presentation contained the information of the history of various art forms and temples of Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu were also shared by the students during the activity.The students dressed up like Kashmiri girls and performed Kashmiri dance.

This General assembly served as an eye opener for the students about the culture, history and tradition of Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu.

 

 

 




04

02, 2022

General Assembly -Class 8

Topic :

YE BHARATH DESH HAI MERA

 

Report :
EK BHARAT SHRESTHA BHARAT- YE BHARATH DESH HAI MERA
The GA activity enabled students to understand the physical and cultural connections
between states of Tamil Nadu and Jammu & Kashmir. Children made a spectacular
presentation of their portfolios as
groups based on their research and ideas on innovative and indigenous practices
adopted between the paired states on range of subtopics as,
• Awareness and sensitivity towards environment
• Forest & wildlife protection,
• Water conservation
• Physical fitness & Health
• Gender sensitivity
• Ethics & values
• Resource conservation
• Sanitation and hygiene.
This activity provided a wonderful platform for integration of science,
EVS, social, health and nutrition. This exercise proved to be subtle tool that
kindled patriotic fervor and brought about the art of appreciation and gratitude in students.

 

04

02, 2022

General Assembly -Class 6

Topic : Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat - Bhaasha Anek, Arth Ek


Report:
Among all creatures in the world, human beings are the most distinctive. They are easily separated from the others on the basis of the most prominent feature -Language. It is the language differentiates humans from other creatures and has made them superior. Language aids in developing connection and helps in sharing ideas, thoughts, and feelings.

Along with personality shaping, language also helps in cultural development. Many a times, it is the language that hinders the cultural progress. Hence, EBSB is focussing in breaking this language barrier, thereby paving way for cultural integration.

The activity was to disseminate proverbs that are common in our paired state's language (Kashmiri) and our own state language (Tamil). The 6th graders presented various proverbs that had transcended from ancient times, yet suitable for this cyber age too. Children found it interesting to know the common proverbs in both the languages.

Children prepared placards which read an array of proverb written in Kashmiri, Tamil and English for a deeper understanding. They enthusiastically shared the proverbs among their peers with a sense of pride in their eyes. Finally, a precisely done power point presentation of those proverbs was also shared. This general assembly had created an impact on the children leaving them awestruck by learning the true sense of unity in diversity.

27

01, 2022

General Assembly Report AY (2020 - 2021)-Class / Level : VII -

Topic :

STAND UP COMEDY

Conducted On :
  20/11/2021
Universal Children's day , is celebrated on 20th November every year to promote International togetherness and awareness among children world wide. Inorder to celebrate the Children's day in an memorable way during the GA online , we teachers of class seven decided to have stand up comedy , were comedy is delivered by a solo performer directly to the audience in some semblance of spontaneous manner.Our students of class seven made the day alive with their spontanous fact-paced succession of humorous stories , short jokes ,, or one-liners , which comprised what is typically called a monologue , routine or act. The students perfectly used the opportunity as an amature performer to hone their craft . To add more colour to the day, comedy shows of great people like Charlie Chaplin was also shared during the session. "MAY THE PURITY OF THE CHILD'S HEART NEVER FADE"

27

01, 2022

3rd General Assembly Report AY (2021 - 2022)- Class -6,7&8

Conducted On : 04.09.2021
Time Duration : 40 minutes
Class / Level : 6,7 & 8
Topic : Creative writing competition (Preliminary round for MillenniumMiracullum (2021-22)
Topic given on the spot
Report:
Millennium Miracullum , is an annual inter Millennium creative writing competition hosted by our school. It serves as a platform that nurtures and features creativity of young imaginative minds.
The 4th GA (Creative writing competition) was conducted online on the 4th of September 2021 for classes 6, 7 & 8 to provide children with an opportunity to be creative and express their ideas and thoughts in an innovative way. In the competition, the children had to write a story based on the prompt given. They distinguished themselves as exemplary storytellers sharing vivid images and deep emotions and perceiving the world around them in a mature way. The 5 best works in each section were selected for the secound round.
The students were thankful to the school for providing the rich learning ground where children can grow, express and share their views with others.


07

01, 2022

Kirithik R (UKG-H) Exhibits Talents In Various Arenas

Kirithik R(UKG-H) has won the following prizes:

  • BEST PERFORMER in star talents season 2 quiz competition conducted by Homeyland
  • First prize in excellent speech competition, international level conducted by Homey Land
  • Second prize in Jingle Bell 2021 Rhymes competition, national level conducted by Kidoos dated 07/01/2022

Hearty Congratulations young champ!!! 

04

12, 2021

Std 7 - GA Report- Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat - A Comparative Study Of The Paired States Jammu & Kashmir And Tamilnadu

Report :

Unity in diversity is our nation’s strength. Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat-A comparative study of the paired states Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu- of Std 7 captured the various attributes like location, climate, religion, clothing, food and beverages of Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu.

The toys are the most fascinating things for kids. The students brought up beautifully hand made models of toys and dolls indigenous to both Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu and showcased them to their peers.

Students brought dolls dressed up in the traditional attires of the paired states. The attire pertaining to their respective climatic condition was presented. Kashmiri dolls were dressed up in pheran with appropriate jewellery. Tamilnadu dolls were dressed up in traditional sarees & blouses and were decked up with dazzling ornaments.

Students displayed their artistically handcrafted Thanjavur Thalayati bommai, Chettiar bommai (a part of eclectic heritage of beautiful handicrafts from Tanjore), and Kashmiri dancing dolls depicting the heritage of Jammu & Kashmir. Power point presentation on the comparative study of various attributes of Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu were also highlighted by the students during this general assembly.

Hence it served as a wonderful opportunity for the students to learn about the rich and varied heritage of Jammu & Kashmir and Tamilnadu in a creative way.







04

12, 2021

Class-VI-GA- ESSAYING JAMMU KASHMIR AND TAMILNADU

Report : The Essay writing competition was an Ek Bharath Shreshta Bharath initiative. The competition mainly focused on drafting an essay about the paired state, Jammu and Kashmir. The students enthusiastically participated and came out with an array of information pertaining to various features like the flourishing flora and fauna, magnificent wildlife, and lip-smacking cuisine of Jammu and Kashmir. This activity helped the students hone their communication skills, appreciate the rich cultural diversity and also sense the feeling of brotherhood with the paired state. The illustrations done added more spice to the essay. Three best entries were selected from each section.

Hence, the activity served as a great platform for the students to research and explore more about the 'Heaven on Earth' - Jammu and Kashmir.

Name of the Winners
6A - 1. Suchita A 2. Shasha R 3. Shreyas N
6B - 1. Dhiya S 2. Priyadharshni D 3. Kashikasree Y
6C - 1. Anushka Karthick 2. Sreelakshanaa 3. Yazhini. M
6D - 1. Khayal J 2. Tanvi S 3. Dhooriha R
6E - 1. Samyuktaa.A 2. Lakshanya. K 3. Sadhana Sriram
6F - 1. Adarsh Seetha Ajith 2. Aishwarya S 3. Shiva Roshini. P
6G - 1. Siddharth.S 2. Prasanna Gautham 3. Soundharyaa Raghunath

01

12, 2021

Ashmitha Ashok (9C) - Walks An Extramile In Poetry

Ashmitha Ashok (9C) has secured a place in the top 3 of the Slam poetry event in the ARISE International virtual School carnival organised by IFORTIS.

20

11, 2021

General Assembly -Class VIII -Virtual Tour To Disney Land - International Children's Day

The sweetest and memorable period of one’s life is his/her childhood. Children's day is celebrated to honour and express our love towards them. World Children’s Day is observed annually on 20th November to commemorate the day of Declaration of Rights of the Child by the UN General Assembly on the same day in 1959. The day is celebrated globally to promote the rights of children besides improving their standard of living. It also promotes international togetherness and raises awareness about children's welfare.

Though Children’s Day is celebrated on different dates in different countries, International Children’s Day is a global observance that is marked on 20th November. In order to make children happy and have a glimpse of the outside world from home, a virtual tour was arranged to the Disney World. The tour commenced with Mickey welcoming the students. The honours was shared by characters like Mini and Donald. The show continued with a quick visit to the Magic Kingdom that showcased a Cinderella castle, an inspiration drawn from the fairy tale castles seen in the 1950 film. This was followed by the amazing water world and the recreated movie sets of the extraordinary movie 'Avataar' which was greatly enjoyed by most of our students. The fitting finale was a parade by all the Walt Disney characters aptly followed by breathtaking fire works. The students' involvement andhappiness was evident from the fact that few of them came dressed as Disney characters that they adored much.

20

11, 2021

General Assembly -Class -VI -The World Children's Day

Report :

Investing in our future means investing in our children — which is why the United Nations has designated every November 20th as Universal Children’s Day. It’s a time to promote togetherness around the world, awareness of the problems children face in every corner of the globe, and improve the welfare of all children.
It is the world's most widely ratified human rights treaty in history. On 20 November several countries came together and promised to protect children's rights. The Convention focused on who are the children, what are their rights, and the responsibilities of governments. It also states that all rights are connected and cannot be taken away from children.

According to the Convention, children are not just objects who belong to their parents and for whom decisions are made, or adults in training. Rather, they are human beings and individuals who have their own rights. Further, it is mentioned that childhood is separate from adulthood and lasts until 18. It is a special time in which children are allowed to grow, learn, play and develop. No doubt, the convention became the most ratified human rights treaty that is accepted worldwide and also helped in transforming children's lives.

So, we the 6th grade teachers at The PSBB Millennium School,Gbkm planned to bring a grin on the faces of our beloved students by screening comedy clippings of the world reowned comedian, Charlie Chaplin.It was a part of the General assembly to celebrate the Universal Children's Day. As it's said that, A child’s smile is like rainbows and sunshine, packaged with a ribbon on top.




18

11, 2021

Geetha Chanting

Shri Gurubhyo Namaha !
We feel elated to announce the results of the Preliminary round of the Chinmaya Gita chanting competition !

Click link below for the results:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RCVticIeouiETpVHbxpHKSqsl_iXp6w9/view?usp=sharing

Congratulations to the formidable 1st prize winners, for having qualified for the Final round, the dates of which shall be declared soon.

06

11, 2021

GA-Class VI Topic :Diwali Celebrations

Topic : Diwali celebrations
Report :   Diwali, or Deepawali, is India's biggest and most important festival of the year. The festival gets its name from the row (avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness.

Over the centuries, Diwali has become a national festival that's also enjoyed by non-Hindu communities. For instance, in Jainism, Diwali marks the nirvana, or spiritual awakening, of Lord Mahavira on October 15, 527 B.C. Sikhism, honors the day that Guru Hargobind Ji, the Sixth Sikh Guru, was freed from imprisonment. Buddhists in India celebrate Diwali as well.

In northern India, they celebrate the story of King Rama's return to Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana by lighting rows of clay lamps. Southern India celebrates it as the day that Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.
In western India the festival marks the day that Lord Vishnu, the Preserver (one of the main gods of the Hindu trinity) sent the demon King Bali to rule the nether world.

Such a festival that's celebrated with pomp and grandeur across India irrespective of caste, creed and community was rejoiced with fervour by our 6th graders. It was a feast to the eyes to see the children clad in their festive attire that exuded our rich tradition. Few of them, shared the way they celebrated the festival of lights.

 Following the talk time, the children witnessed a beautifully synchronized
video which featured the importance and scienctific reason for the various rituals practiced during the festival, wishes from their teachers in various languages of India and last but not the least an unheard story for Diwali being celebrated was beautifully narrated by one of the teachers.

06

11, 2021

General Assembly-Class-VII (DIWALI CELEBRATION)

Diwali is a festival full of sweet chidlhood memories, a sky full of fireworks,mouth full of sweets, the house full of diyas and heart full of joy . The 7th GA (Diwali celebration) was conducted online on 6th November 2021 for Class 7. Students were dressed up with diwali attire. Various programs were presented one after the other by the students such as singing, dancing , playing instrumental music etc. They also had a discussion with the teachers on the topic "Eco Friendly" diwali. They were also instructed not to use firecrackers as it causes a lot of air pollution. The message of celebrating a green Diwali was reinforced to the students by the teachers. Children shared their happiness, how they enjoyed the festival by savouring sweets, chocolates, spending time with families, doing puja and lighting up days. All the children enthusiastically participated and enjoyed the session thoroughly.

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10, 2021

General Assembly Report -Class 6,7&8 (NATIONAL UNITY Activity: EK BHARAT SHRESHTHA BHARAT UTSAV(Taking A Pledge))

Report :
"There is something unique in this soil,which despite many obstacles has always remained the abode of great souls."----SARDAR VALLABHBHAI PATEL.

The birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is being observed as 'Rashtriya Ekta Diwas' (National unity day) on 31st Oct .It encompasses all the state and union territories of India.Our state is paired with both Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.This activity is prescribed by CBSE. The occasion reaffirmed the importance of unity,integrity and security amongst the students and the inherent strength and resilience of our nation to withstand any actual and potential threats which may affect us on the whole. The collaborative pledge on unity was taken by the teachers and the students in Tamil and Kashmiri as they are the state languages of Tamilnadu and the paired states respectively.

21

10, 2021

WINNERS OF ATM STAR SPEAKER BY AMERICAN TAMIL MEDIA

The following students have won prizes in the ATM STAR SPEAKER conducted by AMERICAN  TAMIL MEDIA dated 25th September,2021 :

  • HARSHINI.M (4F)         - 2nd place + Gift voucher worth Rs.2500/- (Category of 6 to 10 years)
  • MRIDULA ANAND (8C) - 3rd place + Gift voucher worth Rs.1500/-  (Category of 11 to 14 years) 
  • AISHWARYA LAKSHMI A (9C) - 1st place + Gift voucher worth Rs.3500/- (Category of 11 to 14  years) 

Hearty Congratulations Star speakers!!! 

20

10, 2021

GA Report- The Energy Ambassador Program - Poster Making - Our Lovely Planet -Class 6

Report

Earth, our home planet, is a world unlike any other. The third planet from the sun, Earth is the only place in the known universe confirmed to host life.

We all mourn and groan about the loss of the quality of life through the destruction of our ecosystem and yet each one of us, in our comfortable little ways contribute daily to that destruction. It is time now to awaken in each one of us the respect and attention that our beloved Mother Earth deserves.

The Energy Ambassador Program has chalked out an array of competitions to create awareness about the conservation of Mother Nature among young children, the future citizens of our planet. As a part of our General assembly, one such competition was conducted for the 6th graders. The competition, Poster making, expected the children to creatively make posters based on the theme - Our Lovely planet.

The children had beautifully designed attractive posters conveying their love for our planet and the various means in which we could help her heal.






18

10, 2021

SHRI GURUBHYO NAMAHA !

Dear All Very happy to introduce Mrs V R Vidyalakshmi who has been appointed as the Asst Vice – Principal for the GST & GBKM Branch, She is a M Com B Ed who joined our school in the year 2012 -13 She is the Coordinator for Senior Secondary School,  HOD Commerce and ISO Coordinator A very able administrator with sharp acumen who handles crisis effectively We seek your best wishes and support for Mrs V R Vidyalakshmi in her new assignment

16

10, 2021

SHRI GURUBHYO NAMAHA

With profound grief sharing the demise of Mrs Rukmani Motilal our first Principal and first Academic Advisor of our school She had a rich experience of more than 3 decades with Padma Seshadri Senior Secondary School A noble soul, who was very loving and affectionate and has created many able leaders Ma’am we will miss you May your athma attain sadhgathi

16

10, 2021

General Assembly Report- Class 7

 Topic : Terrace Gardening (Theme : Energy Ambassador)

Report :
Contributing judiciously to the natural development and conservation at the comfort of your homes. Wow! Who would agree to disagree? Lining up the terrace with plants & shrubs creates a peaceful & aesthetically pleasing environment.

Std 7 teachers oriented the students about the simple methods of growing plants & the importance of Terrace Gardening during this GA. Few students briefed the advantages and benefits of owning a garden in the little space available.Videos of students grooming their own plants from the stage of seed to that of a fully grown up crops were shared.

This activity helped sow a seed of motivation in the students' mind and spread awareness on this domestic and holistic way of farming.

PREPARED BY :- Mrs.Rahini.R

05

10, 2021

GA - THE ENERGY AMBASSADOR PROGRAM - Poster Making - Our Lovely Planet

Dear students

The ENERGY AMBASSADOR PROGRAM (2021-22) is hosting yet another captivating competition. 
It would be conducted after the Pooja holidays  as a part of the General assembly.

Activity  -  Poster making
Topic  -  Our lovely planet

NOTE -  Prepare the poster during the holidays so that they could be showcased in the GA immediately after the Navarathri  holidays.
 

14

09, 2021

Life Saviour - By Aanchol Amit Mitra (Class 11)

They are like a second parents. You spend more time with them than your actual parents. Some of them you like and some of them you don’t. They scold you, but mean only and only good. Who are these amazing humans who selflessly act as a stepping stone throughout your life so that you can excel, while they have nothing in it for them but for happiness that they could help someone? Yes, they are teachers. It is said that teaching is a very noble profession, while there is no doubt about it, teaching is also a selfless, caring, dedicated, awe-inspiring, warm, underrated, etc, etc profession. No number of words can describe it. In the current situation the entire world facing, they strive to bring the best of education and learning to you with all their will and effort. While some of them may be behind at technology, but always are ironically the best learners to catch up with it and put their best foot forward. From the fact that they give best advice when we talk to them about our problems to the fact, they help us out when we face issues about depression, bullying, competition, peer pressure and so much more, they become more of a confidant and a friend to us. From the age of 3 to the time we finish our education completely, which is around the age of 25 for most, these super heroes that are nothing but our life saviours

08

09, 2021

General Assembly Report On Activity To Create Awareness On Antibullying - Class 6 (08.09.21)

Topic: Anti bullying - Story board

Report : Bullying is an act of using force,teasing or threatening, to abuse, to dominate or intimidate someone. The behaviour is often considered a habitual or a repeated one.
As an intiative to make children aware of bullying and to equip them to be vigilant and bold against bullying, the Anti - bullying committee of our school had planned to explain the concept to the children through story boards.
During the GA , story boards pertaining to bullying were presented. They spoke of different people involved in the scenario - viz the bully, the victim and the bystander.
The story boards depicted few scenarios to tackle the act of bullying. Then a power point presentation was shared for in depth awareness. Finally , a few points on how to act and speak up for oneself and for someone who is being bullied was put forth. Few children even volunteered and shared their experiences. To summarise, the fifth general assembly served as an eye opener for children about bullying and the ways to handle it.




08

09, 2021

General Assembly Report On Activity To Create Awareness On Antibullying - Class 7 (08.09.21)

Topic : Storyboard & role play on anti bullying 

 As part of our General Assembly the students across STD 7 were asked  to design a story board and through a role play the students presented  a short skit depicting the role of a victim,bystander and aggressor.

The students displayed their creativity and presented attractive story boards and role play with a social message. The role play provided students with the opportunity to develop their way of thinking and kindled in them a  feeling of empathy. When children were  given the opportunity to role play scenarios they were able to experience the role of bully, victim, and bystander.  Kudos to their creativity and talent which they exhibited .The students even discussed the effects of bullying after watching the Power point and some of them could relate to their own experiences. This was to create awareness among them regarding the topic and overall an enriching session indeed!

07

09, 2021

Sowdhamini-Energy Club’s Investiture Ceremony (2021-22)

 

Sowdhamini-Energy club’s Investiture ceremony (2021-22)

  • Ashmitha Ashok ,IX C

If not we, then who? Yes! The PSBB Millennium School, GBKM is on yet another expedition full of energy and enthusiasm. The school recommenced the Sowdhamini energy club with an optimistic motto of establishing awareness and responsibility among the future generation. On the morning of 7th September, the resplendent event began with opulence. The investiture ceremony was preceded by a soulful rendition and an energetic welcome address. The event continued with the new set of energy ambassadors of 2021-22. The additions and new ideas implemented would definitely benefit the future citizens. The proposed activities of the year included Show and tell and Poster making for the Kindergarten, Fireless cooking, waste management and bookmark making were few activities for the middle school. Nila Choru, a nostalgic age-old tradition, was also included as an activity.  Meme making and App development were the proposed activities for high school students. The esteemed Chief guest Mr. Kumaran Mahalingam is a Limca record holder for stand up paddling and a conservation educator. Addressing the exuberant audience, he said the that implementation of energy conservation would play a vital role in preventing global warming. Further, he added that if the people around us are efficient in energy conservation, a new sector of employment would emerge. The honourable Principal Dr. Bhavani Baskar started by quoting “Today’s wastage is tomorrow’s shortage.” She also narrated a short story on a man’s prudence in a desert. She also threw light on emerging waterless toilets. The virtual meet ended with a pleasing vote of thanks. For a long time, we have been vanquishing nature, however now we are simply pounding the life out of it. So, conserve energy ideally!

                                               

 

05

09, 2021

OUR GUIDING STARS - Poem By Mridula Anand (8C)

A Teacher Is The First And The Best Mentor
They Make Us Fit To Face The Dangers We Encounter

They Just Don’t Teach Us With The Books In Their Hands
They Go Beyond And Take Us Through Enchanting Lands

Teachers Are Multitasking Souls Who Only Care For Others
They Instill Curiosity And They Are Our Lives’ Sculptors

In Our Lives, They Create A Difference
And Never Can We Forget Their Elegance And Patience

They Motivate Us To Be Dedicated And Sincere
The Concepts That They Teach Are Forever Clear

Thank You So Much For Guiding Us On The Right Way
And From Me A Royal Salute On This Day

HAPPY TEACHERS’ DAY!!!!

05

09, 2021

The Pandemic - The Teacher : By Mrs.Malini Sarang (English Teacher)

Ever since March 2020, the Pandemic has played havoc in every life. The teachers were the worst affected. The profession of a teacher is the noblest. A teacher spends her maximum time in either preparing, innovating, creating new methods and strategies to reach her students in a better way. The pandemic brought in new terms in the way we work, think and do things. It was unfathomable at the time to even think about how to conduct an online class. The transition was nightmarish. Many of us did not know how to generate a link to conduct those classes. Now in 2021 albeit the situation has changed for the better and we teachers have come a long way. We all realised that all over the world the teacher community was facing similar difficulties. If one door is closed, another opens. This was true in our case as workshops, hand-holding sessions, seminars and ted talks helped teachers like me get motivated, inspired and try out things that we had never dreamt of earlier. Surprisingly we also corrected papers that were uploaded by students using the online pen/corrector. The world changed so did the teaching and learning methods. The online method of teaching may not be the best but it has opened eyes to a new realm where there is a deep sea of possibilities to use various tech tools. Happy teachers’ day to all the Gurus of the world for changing, blending and moving into the new phase of teaching.

04

09, 2021

General Assembly Report - Creative Writing (preliminary Round)- Class 6,7,8

Topic : Creative writing competition (Preliminary round for MillenniumMiracullum  (2021-22)
Topic given on the spot
Report:
Stories help us understand others and ourselves. We empathize with the characters we encounter in stories. This ability to learn from stories is a skill that will help our next generation throughout their lives. In addition to academic goals, stories enrich lives and provide guidance to living.    Stories help to develop a child's imagination by introducing new ideas into their world. Be it story telling or story weaving, children always have a fascination towards it.
                It's this, that  'Millennium Miracullum' focusses on. 'Millennium Miracullum' , is an annual inter Millennium creative writing competition hosted by our school. It serves as a platform that nurtures and features creativity of young imaginative minds.
                The 4th GA (Creative writing competition) was conducted online on the 4th of September 2021 for classes 6, 7 & 8 to provide children with an opportunity to be creative and express their ideas and thoughts in an innovative way. In the competition, the children had to write a story based on the prompt given. They distinguished themselves as exemplary storytellers sharing vivid images and deep emotions and perceiving the world around them in a mature way. The 5 best works in each section were selected for the secound round.
                It was an enriching and enthralling experience for the children to weave a story of their own using the prompt that was provided.
               
              
                            
                             
           

31

08, 2021

DAY CARE WITH A DIFFERENCE - Mrs Urmila, English Teacher -

Day care. The word conjures up images of small toddlers, bundled up kids, white boards, cartoons on walls. But no, this is not about the little ones. It is somewhere, a place where the older generation can come together, can be kept an eye on during the day and go back home in the evening.

Yes, you read right. At a time when there is a surge in old age homes, senior citizens gated community, this is one area which people seem to have ignored. Has anyone realized the number of young couples desperate to be with their parents, wanting to be a family but struggling to manage or at a complete loss of how to keep their parents safe and happy while they are at work? The kind of guilt trip that these adults undergo, thinking about leaving their parents all alone or sometimes locking the main gate as it is safer, is unimaginable. Parents who are mobile but who need someone around for either company or fast, proactive response in an emergency are on the rise. Hiring individual help to be with them is not a viable option, financially for many.

The question which usually arises is, why can’t they keep themselves occupied. One needs to understand that as one grows older- physical capacity changes, mobility comes down, one can’t read regularly as one used to, not everyone is into ‘Saas -Bahu’ entertainment nor are they the completely into spiritual arena.

 There are a handful of such places maybe which cater to such needs, but they are scattered and not within reachable distance for everyday commuting. If something like this is focused on, then many a family will be able to enjoy the company of each other and life a stress-free life.

22

08, 2021

PRANAV CHANDAR A. V. (6A) - Champion In National Online Abacus Competition

PRANAV CHANDAR A. V.  (6A) has become Champion in 1st National Online Abacus competition in Brainobrainfest 2021 held on 4th July 2021. Congratulations!!!

20

08, 2021

FLAMES - Deep Down Flames Of Our Own - Aadhya (11E)

She lived in a small world,

Between the mountains,

Beyond the sea,

Wandering the woods

In search for a livelihood

 

Her eyes filled with tears,

From the memories of the past

And fear of facing the present

And then the future…

 

She stood there and saw an

Orphan fire burn away...

Its spark gave her warmth and

 Sometime to take it slow.

 

She lay beneath the black

Canvas sprinkled with glitter

And accepted it to be her home

From thereby…

 

She felt the heat on her face,

And decided to brace for the

New race of life...

 

After all one must extinguish a flame,

To light a new one.

20

08, 2021

Just For The New Beginning - Aadhya (11E)

I stand there looking at it,

Afraid to take it,

Somewhere deep down it feels right

But the fear of losing the present won’t depart,

A hundred thoughts,

No one to escort,

No one but myself to hold on to,

As I think of the days that passed

A storm rises inside me,

An explosion of emotions,

Don’t know which one to pack

For this new journey…

But one thing is for sure,

There is going to be a fresh start

And along I take a suitcase

Called “memories “.

Filled with people who have

Contributed in making me who I am

And YOU are one of them.

17

08, 2021

RAJAJI-INTER SCHOOL ELOCUTION COMPETITION RESULTS - 2021

We are happy to announce that the following students of our school have won prizes in RAJAJI - INTER SCHOOL ELOCUTION COMPETITION - 2021 held on 31/07/2021:

ASHMITHA ASHOK (IX-C) - 2nd Prize (English Elocution)

AISHWARYA LAKSHMI (IX-C) - 1st Prize (Tamil Elocution)

BHARGAV C IYENGAR (IX-G) - 2nd Prize (Sanskrit Elocution)

Hearty Congratulations !!!

15

08, 2021

LIST OF HOLIDAYS FOR THE AY 2021-22

LIST OF HOLIDAYS AY 2021-22
Sl.No. Date Day Description
1 15.8.21 Sunday Independence Day
2 20.8.21 Friday Varalakshmi Vridham
3 21.8.21 Saturday Onam
4 22.8.21 Sunday Avani Avittam
5 10.9.21 Friday Vinayaka Chaturthi
6 2.10.21 Saturday Gandhi Jayanthi
7 6.10.21 to 14.10.21 Wednesday to Thursday Dasara
8 4.11.21 Thursday Deepavali
9 5.11.21 Friday Deepavali
10 25.12.21 to 1.1.22 Saturday to Saturday Christmas to Newyear
11 13.1.22 Thursday Bhogi
12 14.1.22 Friday Pongal / Sankranthi
13 15.1.22 Saturday Maattu Pongal / Thiruvalluvar Day
14 26.1.22 Wednesday Republic Day
15 2.4.22 Saturday Ugadhi/ Telugu New Year
16 14.4.22 Thursday Tamil New Year
17 15.4.22 Friday Good Friday

04

08, 2021

STD X RESULTS AY 2020-21

ATTENTION ALL
 
SHRI GURUBHYO NAMAHA!
 
We are extremely happy and proud to share the results of Std X of the AY 2020-21
 
SAHANA MAHESH - 496/500 - SCHOOL TOPPER
DEEPTHI SEETHA AJITH - 492/500 (SCHOOL SECOND)
KAUSHAL RISHAB KUMAR - 489/500 (SCHOOL THIRD)
 
We have 16 children scoring centum in Math
2 children in Sanskrit and 
1 in Social Science
Centum scorers in Math
 
SAHANA MAHESH
DEEPTHI SEETHA AJITH
KAUSHAL RISHAB KUMAR
ADITYA JOSHI
RISHI VARUN SEKAR
BHUVAN MAHESH
ANSHUMAN PADHI
SAI RITHIK MAHALINGAM
ARAVIND CHANDRAMOULI
ADITYA KHANNA
P SHRUTI SEKHAR
SHRIYA SRINIVASAN
ROHIT KANNAN
BARATH SANJAY A V
SINDUMATHI PRAKASH
HEMAHARENI A R
 
Centum scorers in Sanskrit
ANANYA KARUNAKARAN
PURANI  S S
Centum scorer in Social Science
SAHANA MAHESH
 
We express our heartfelt thanks to the students and parents and sincere appreciations to our staff 
 

30

07, 2021

We Are Happy To Share The Results Of Std XII Board Exam For The AY 2020-21

SHRI GURUBHYO NAMAHA

Attention Parents

We are happy to share the results of Std XII Board Exam for the AY 2020-21

Our students have made us proud by securing 100% pass percentage

Please find the stream wise toppers below

490 -Csc (Leshya)
487 - Bio (Nithilameena Muthiah & Tejaswi Prasanna)
486 - Commerce (Anshula)

Congratulations to the students who made us proud

Congratulations to the teachers for their untiring efforts

Congratulations to the parents who had been the pillar of support during the challenging pandemic period

28

07, 2021

Yazhini M (6C) Wins In Silambam Tournament

Yazhini M (6C) has won 1st prize - individual in Silambam tournament organised by Aindhinai Silamba Kalaikkoodam which was held on 18th July '21 at Mambakkam, Sriperumputhur.

Congratulations!!! 

27

07, 2021

RITHIKHASREE S.K. & RITHVIK BARATH S.K. Of UKG - F Receive Gold Medal In KALAM WORLD RECORD

The following students have won won Gold medal in the KALAM WORLD RECORD dated 17.06.2021.

  • RITHIKHASREE S.K. (UKG - F) - for solving cube while hula hooping and reciting bhajan in Tamil & Telugu
  • RITHVIK BARATH S.K. (UKG - F) - for being the YOUNGEST KID TO RECITE SHIVA THANDAVAM

Congratulations young talents!!! 

20

07, 2021

Akshitha P K (3 B) Wins Prizes In Talent Show

Akshitha P K (3 B) has won 1st prize in English recitation and Carnatic music competition in the Talent show 2021 organised by Butterflies playschool .

17

07, 2021

General Assembly Report AY (2021 - 2022) -Class / Level : 6

Topic : Van Mahotsav
Report :  The word "Vanamahothsava" is derived from  Sanskrit. Vanam means forest, Utsavam means celebration. This event is  an opportunity to thank the forest which supports us by producing the elixir of life Oxygen and other products like honey, herbs (medicines), woods etc. Forests ensure surplus rainfall, prevents soil erosion and more. Forests have  helped us in all time and civilization to support and sustain the human kind.           
      In this celebration, students took part with great enthusiasm and  created posters to expose their support and gratitude towards  forests. They proved their  awareness about  the  importance  of  trees and forests. They created posters depicting deforestation, love towards nature, eco-system management , anti-pollution etc. On the whole, the 2nd General assembly  had showcased the responsibilities and involement of the students  in social welfare."

 Name of the Winners
6A    -  1. Urvi Sunil Magadum    2. Shasha R            3. Shreyas N
6B    -  1. Priyadharshni D           2. Hasini P              3. Samyktha
6C    -  1. Sacchin Ram                 2. Harshitha K        3. Sreelakshanaa
6D    -  1. Yaazhini R                     2.  Dhooriha R       3. Anushka S
6E    -  1. Gayathri Srinivasan     2. Samykutaa A     3. Thaarunya Mohan
6F    -  1. Pavithra I.U                   2. Aishwarya S      3. Deepshika Arunkumar
6G    -  1. Jestina E                         2. Vismaya K         3. Yashitha S 

17

07, 2021

3rd General Assembly Report - Class / Level : 6,7 & 8

Conducted On :  17.07.2021
Time Duration : 40 minutes
Topic : Essay (400 words)/Painting /Poem on
The Achievements of India in the field of Science and Technology
                                                     (or)
How would I contribute to the development of my country?

Report:
       To commemorate and  cherish our 75th year of Independence, the CBSE Expression series took the initiative for conducting the session 2021-22 based on the theme India@75.An enthusiastic student  participation was witnessed in the 3rd GA conducted online on the 17th of July 2021 for classes 6, 7 & 8.
                           
                           As a pioneer , a brainstorming session by the class teachers invoked the students to ponder on the topic and the virtual platform (MS Teams) helped the students to unfurl their talent in the form of an essay,poetry or painting. The shining stars of THE PSBBMS uploaded their ingenious work in the Google classroom and the best from each category had been selected across the  level.

                         The theme and  topic was so captivating that it not only motivated the participants to grab the opportunity but also gave them complete liberty  to use their creativity, going by the quote -
'Optimism is the faith that leads to achievement.'

                        In a nut shell , the students carved their interest and depicted their views in the form of penning poems, essays and splashing colours along the theme India @75 on the following topics :

The achievements of India in the field of science and technology

                                          (or)

How would I contribute to the development of my country.

                The activity was well conceived, conceptualised and completed within the time allotted  strictly adhering to the given instructions.The students actively participated in  the competetion with zeal, partriotism and whole hearted involvement. Students remembered  our  Scientists, Army personnel, doctors e.t.c who have contributed their selfless and commendable work  in their respective fields. Their work highlighted their pride and  patriotism . On the whole, the 3rd General assembly  had showcased the responsibilities and involvement of the students  in building a stronger nation.

The participants were too happy to note that the chosen best 3 entries - levelwise and  category wise.    

                                ESSAY                           POETRY                            PAINTING
 
GRADE 6 1.MAHITHA.- 6G
2.SUCHITA ARUL - 6A
3.KANISHKA.- 6E
1.JAISHNAVI.S.A - 6C
2.HASINI.P - 6B
3.JEYASHA.D - 6F
1.YAAZHINI.R-6D
2.KASHIKA SHREE . S-6B
3.SHASHA.R- 6 A
GRADE 7 1.ADITI RAMACHANDRAN -7D
2.RITHIKVIDHUN.P.S-7D
3.APOORVA.S-7A
1.SHRUTHIKA.U-7F
2.VIDYA.N-7B
3.AISHWARYA.N-7A
1.POOJITHA SRI-7F
2.SRIVARDHINI.C-7C
3.AYAAN RAWOOF-7G
GRADE 8 1.SHRAVAN. A -8F
2. CHANDANA. G -8E
3. NIKHILESH. A - 8D
1.MRIDULA ANAND - 8C
2. K. SHIVANI -8G
3.SANTHOSHKUMAR. G -8D
1. VARSHINI NARAYANAN- 8A
2. HARINI NATARAJAN- 8B
3. DUSHYANTH. N - 8F

11

07, 2021

A Milestone In Social Achievement !!!

The following students have successfully completed the Masterclass crowdfunding live project with a noble cause of distributing Suraksha boxes to the underprivileged in Maharashtra:

1. Harrshini Vijayan (XII-A)
2. Srinidhi B (XII-E)
3. Arjun Srikanth (X-F)
4. Ashmitha Ashok (IX-C)
5. Shravan A (VIII-F)

6.Tarakesh J (X-A)

Hearty Congratulations on fulfilling a social goal !!!

11

07, 2021

Pure LIght - By Prathi Tamara S (VII-A)

The sunlight

Makes me smile

The twilight Makes my day worthwhile

The moonlight

 Is a pretty sight.

After all, who doesn't love pure Light.

 

Day or night

Good or bad

Girl or boy

Happy or sad

You'll always smile

When you see pure Light

'cause it will make your day worthwhile

 

What a sight

Everybody...everybody loves pure Light

Have you ever seen a rainbow?

Or looked up at the stars

Wherever you are

Near or far

Always know That

wherever you go

Pure Light will always be there

To lighten up your mood

To lull you to sleep

And help you feel free

 

Because pure Light

Will always be there

To help

You and Me.

11

07, 2021

Dharshini(2D) Wins First Prize In National Level Speaking Competition

Dharshini Vinu Ganesh (2D) has won First Place certificate and 1000Rs Amazon Voucher in the Public Speaking Olympiad organised by Little Leap in the month of May'2021.
Congratulations !!!

06

07, 2021

Sahana Mahesh(11B) - Winner - EcoAchievers Poster Competition - World Environment Day 2021

Sahana Mahesh(11B) has secured 3rd place in the Super Senior Category in the EcoAchievers  Poster Competition celebrating World Environment Day 2021 organised by SAEVUS.

Hearty Congratulations!!!

06

07, 2021

R.Dhruva (LKG - A) Wins A Plethora Of Awards !!!

R.Dhruva (LKG - A) has won the following awards:
  
1. Vishnu Sahasranamam competition - 1st prize ( Rs 400) organised by Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Satsangam in May 2021  
2. Ramayana week long competition organised by Jai Seetha Ram Team in May 2021  
      a) Fancy dress competition - second prize 
      b) Ramayana quiz - second prize 
3. Bhajan Samrat Season 5 - Topper in round 3 and round 5 organised Radheshyamgopal Satsang in May 2021
 
Hearty Congratulations little Champ!!! 

03

07, 2021

General Assembly Report AY (2021 - 2022)

Conducted On : 03-07-2021
Time Duration: 40 Minutes
Class / Level  VII
Topic : LOGO DESIGNING - ANTIBULLYING COMMITTEE
Report :

 Bullying traumatizes the affected children's mind which causes an impingement in their day to day activities. Hence, our esteemed  organisation has proactively formed a committee to keep bullying at bay and help such children build confidence .

Any committee would require a logo as its identity , so the students of Grade VII were asked to unleash their creativity in designing a logo for our school's AntiBullying Committee.

As a Prelude for the 2nd GA, a Powerpoint Presentation was screened depicting various kinds of bullying and their ill effects on the naive mind of the children.

Children showcased their creativity by presenting their logos to the class. They were also given the opportunity to voice their thoughts that formed the backbone for their logo creation. Some of them shared their views about creating such an indispensable committee in the school.

On the whole 2nd GA for the Academic year 2021-22 was indeed a very thought provoking one.The best seven young minds creations were appreciated by the issual of e- certificates.

1. VINAYAK.E - 7A
2. SANJITHA.S - 7B
3. AVANTIKA MOTHA -7C
4. LOHENDHAR.J - 7D
5. ABIGAIL DHARMARAJ ARAVINDRAJ. - 7E
6. POOJITHA SRI.A.P - 7F
7. NITHIN.K - 7G.


Thank You
      




03

07, 2021

General Assembly - Class/Level : 8

Conducted On: 
03-Jul-21
Time Duration :
8.10A.M to 8.50 A.M
 Topic:                        TANGRAM -Task for creativity

The tangram is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat polygons, called tans, which are put together to form shapes.   It is invented in China approximately 200 years ago.  Each tangram puzzle contains the following:
• 2 large right triangles
• 1 medium-sized right triangle
• 2 small right triangles
• 1 small square
• 1 parallelogram

Math teachers of the respective sections joined along with the class teachers for the smooth conduct of GA.
The activity was demonstrated initially by the Math teacher and the children were asked to proceed the activity and show case their creativity on it.

This activity is conducted in order to make the students understand the concept of polygon and their properties.  All the students were asked to cut all the seven shapes using a square color paper and make different pictures out of it.  Students enjoyed in doing this activity and made different pictures like Birds, trees, animals, numbers etc.

 

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06, 2021

Kirithik.R (UKG - A) Wins Prizes In Various Competitions

Kirithik.R (UKG - A) has won prizes in western music rhymes competitions organised by PHOENIX academy:

1) First Place --- MAR/2021
2)First Place  --- FEB/2021
3)Third Place --- JAN/2021
4)Second Place ---DEC/2020
5)Second Place -- Nov/2020
6)Second Place -- Oct/2020
 
Congratulations little champ !!! 

27

06, 2021

DEEKSHA .G (4D) Wins First Prize In Comic Creation

DEEKSHA .G (4D) has won first prize and a gift voucher worth Rs.1000/- for creating an amazing comic organised by Learn with Comics. 

Congratulations!!! 

19

06, 2021

General Assembly Report AY (2021 - 2022)

Conducted On:  19-6-2021
Time Duration: 45 Minutes
Class / Level: 6

Topic: World Father's Day 

Report:

World Father's Day is one occasion which comes with an opportunity to make dads feel proud about their contribution in the whole family set up. When the child is born, right from the day 1, he becomes the superhero for his child. The child learns to move and take the first step along with his father. Children, therefore, look for ways to enchant their father and shower them with a heart full of love. So, our first virtual General Assembly topic was "World Father's Day”. Children made greeting cards to their father and expressed their gratitude. They showed a lot of enthusiasm. A few expressed their love in the form of songs and poems. On the whole the General Assembly was heart touching both for the children and their fathers.

19

06, 2021

General Assembly Report AY (2021 - 2022)

Conducted On :
  19th June 2021
Time Duration :
  40 Minutes
Class / Level :
  8
Topic : Social Innovation and Crowd Funding

Report : Let's start off appreciating the tremendous effort put into this General Assembly! This assembly was led by Shravan, a student of 8th grade telling us the skills acquired from a workshop he attended and how they could help us in future. He then proceeded with the positives of Social Entrepreneurship which includes NGOs and more. Spreading awareness about Crowd funding was the goal of this Assembly. As the speaker explained, I quote “Crowd funding is collecting funds from various people to support a social cause.” He moved on to explain the difference between Crowd funding and Philanthrophy and that they both are different sources that donate for the same cause. Crowd funding is a situation where “Small drops make an Ocean.” Moreover, he spoke about how our Prime Minister had made a crowd fund for the people who suffered from losing their jobs during this pandemic. He wanted the public to give their opinion on whether this would be successful or not. Though a majority of people had said that this crowd fund would not succeed, in turn the same raised fund to a sum of 9,677.9 Cr. He then quoted the famous Kautilya saying “Kosho Moolo danda” and then explained the terms Kosho as administration, moolo as source and danda as access, that is, 'source is the backbone of our administration.' Further, he brought our attention to the fundraising event of our school, the 'Millennium Fiesta' which set an example by building restrooms for a government school. He then went ahead explaining how academics and social innovations together make a holistic development. An example of social innovation is the 'Suraksha box' which was made by a 14 year old. He proceeded on how he participated in a campaign that distributed the covid-19 Surakhsha boxes to the underprivileged. Finally, there was a shower of doubts and queries posted in the chat box for which the speaker answered patiently and professionally. Thus, this General Assembly was an insight to the 8th graders. Thank you!

19

06, 2021

General Assembly Report - Class / Level : 7

Conducted On :  19-06-2021
Time Duration : 40 Minutes
Topic : WORLD MUSIC DAY  -  G A
REPORT :  When words fail… Music speaks !   A universal language that unites people
irrespective of their origins and culture.
                         To celeberate the feelings of love , happiness , oneness that we all experience when our surroundings reverberate with rythm, melody and tune the students of class seven has joined to honour the World Music Day (June 21) as music is an intrinsic part of Indian Culture as their GA activity with all that they have learnt in the art of music.
                       The GA activity was conducted on 19th of June from 10 am to 10.40 am with in their respective class group under the guidance of their class teachers. All willing and talented students participated with great enthusiasm making our first GA for this academic year a great success. Thank you dear ones for your fabulous performance.
                                                 

15

06, 2021

DEEKSHA .S (5D) Wins Second Prize In Singing Competition

DEEKSHA .S (5D) has won second prize in singing competition conducted by Ford India Pvt Ltd dated 13th Apr 21.

Congratulations !!!

13

05, 2021

Availability Of Seats In Computer Science & Commerce Stream For Class 11 - AY 2021-22

ATTENTION ALL 

There are a few seats available in Computer Science stream and Commerce stream for class 11 for the AY 2021-22. Please apply online.
For further details click on the ADMISSION PROCEDURE tab

26

04, 2021

Admin Office (both GST & GBKM Campus) Will Remain Closed Till The Situation Improves

ATTENTION PARENTS
Due to the sudden surge of the second wave and it is also airborne our Admin Office (both GST & GBKM Campus) will remain closed till the situation improves .
Please write to info.porur@psbbmillenniumschool.org for any query.
Also call to the following numbers between 9 00am to 1 00pm from Monday to Friday for any query related to:
Kindergarten - 7200048441/7200048442
Std 1 to 12 - 9360731765/9025488042 
Mails and Phone calls will not be attended on Saturdays,Sundays  & Government declared holidays.

24

04, 2021

OFFICE TIMINGS DURING VACATION

ATTENTION ALL,
 Shri Gurubhyo Namaha!
 Please find the Admin Office timings during the vacation (Monday, 26th April to Friday, 21st May 2021).
 Monday to Friday - 9.30 am to 12.30 pm
 The Admin Office will remain closed on all Saturdays, Sundays and Government declared holidays during the vacation.

22

04, 2021

LOCKDOWN SONG - BY Vaibhav.H.S (6E)

OH THIS IS COMING, COMING ALL THE WAY.

WHAT AN YEAR, UNTIL DECEMBER I SAY.

IT STARTED WITH MAGIC, WE HOPED FOR MORE.

THE VIRUS HIT US ALL, AND SAID NO MORE.

 

IT MOVED ACROSS COUNTRIES, AROUND THE WORLD.

WE WANT IT TO STOP, IT’S TIME TO BE BOLD. .

WE WERE SO EAGER, TO MEET AND GREET.

TO SEE OUR FRIENDS AND ENJOY A TREAT.

 

SAVE YOURSELVES AND WEAR A MASK.

 I KNOW IT’S DIFFICULT, BUT IT IS THE TASK.

DON’T SHAKE HANDS WITH PEOPLE AROUND.

IT WILL SAVE YOU FROM GOING UNDERGROUND.

 

IT’S A TEST OF TIME, WE MUST ENDURE

GREAT MINDS ARE AT WORK, TO FIND THE CURE.

WHEN YOU GO OUT, FOLLOW THE RULES.

HELP EVERYONE, GATHER ALL THE TOOLS.

 

STOP THE CHAIN, THERE ARE LIVES TO SAVE.

HELP THE WARRIORS AND SALUTE THE BRAVE.

21

04, 2021

LEARNING - AN ENDLESS JOURNEY - A Poem By Shravan.A (8F)

“ONLY IN A TIDY PLACE,
DOES A COW SETTLE TO INVEST IN FOOD;
ALL PERSPICUOUS KNOWLEDGE IS DIGESTED,
WHILE THE UNFATHOMABLE ONES ARE RUMINATED.
AFTER ALL COGITATION IS DONE,
THE IMMORAL KNOWLEDGE IS CAST OFF.”
FOR, A COW, SHOULD A STUDENT REPLICATE,
A KNOWLEDGE SEEKER WHO DEFINES THE NATION'S FATE !!!

31

03, 2021

ASHMITHA ASHOK (8C) WINS 1st PRIZE IN PICTORIAL EXTEMPORE

Ashmitha Ashok (8C) has bagged the first place with a cash prize of Rs 1000/- in the Pictorial Extempore Competition conducted by Shrimathi Devkunvar Nanalal Bhatt Vaishnav College for women, Chrompet held on 23rd March 2021.

Hearty Congratulations!!!

12

03, 2021

ENTRANCE TEST FOR ADMISSION INTO CLASS 11, (COMMERCE STREAM) AY 2021-22 FOR OTHER SCHOOL STUDENTS

ATTENTION ALL,

Please be informed that we will be conducting an entrance test for the students who are in class 10, AY 2020-21 for admission into class 11, AY 2021-22 who wish to join the Commerce stream on Saturday, 20th March 2021. It will be held at our school from 8 30a.m. onwards.

Those who are interested are requested to register online on our website , download the filled in form and submit at our school office on or before 17th March 2021. 

For any queries related to admission , please feel free to drop a mail at info.porur@psbbmillenniumschool.org OR admission.porur@psbbmillenniumschool.org

 Subjects for the Entrance test : 

 
(1)English ,Math and General Studies (For Commerce with Applied Mathematics)
(2)English & General Studies (For Commerce with Entrepreneurship)
 

19

02, 2021

Class 6 - General Assembly Report - Topic: 'ROOTS TO FRUITS A SUCCESS STORY' - VIRTUAL TOUR ( 19.02.2021 ,Friday)

Grade VI students were taken on a virtual tour to a beautiful
farm on 19.02.2021 .

Topic : “ROOTS TO FRUITS A SUCCESS STORY”
Chief Guest : MR. BHARATH REDDY.

The session started with a prayer song by AASHINI. U of class 6E.
An inspiring video was shown by our team about him to enhance the
student’s knowledge in farming.
Guest lecture was given by Mr. Bharath Reddy about how he
ventured into organic farming. He enthusiastically answered all the
queries posed by the students. During the question hour he shared
his person experiences too.
The students enjoyed the session with great enthusiasm. The
session ended with vote of thanks. It was an interesting and useful
session for all the students.

16

02, 2021

NEWLY ELECTED STUDENT COUNCIL BODY (2021 - 2022)

Kindly find the below link holding the Newly Elected Student Council Body (2021 - 2022)

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vyRQjRaT08eWp2gpVY91P607jdKcAT6w/view?usp=sharing

 

 

12

02, 2021

Class 7 - General Assembly - Topic : Coffee Plantation - Varieties And Process - Virtual Tour ( 12.02.2021 , Friday)

Report : Virtual field trip allows learners to engage with and to learn about authentic artefacts and to explore places important to their discipline of study and consistent with their individual learning needs .
To make our students experience a way of "visiting" the campus Virtually, A tour to YERCAUD coffee plantation was organised as a GA Activity for our 7th graders through G.meet.
Guest Speaker of the day was Mr. Sunjai Dhas, Sun Agri Consultant. The session began with a prayer song and a welcome speech followed by a video which virtually took our students to the hills of Yercard. The guest explained the various stages of coffee processing with the PPT, followed by a question and answer session and a vote of thanks.
To give our students the best of all the oppurtunities available - this virtual tour was also a success!!




05

02, 2021

ATTENTION ALL - SOF IGKO Result

Find the below link - SOF IGKO result

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1LCjD90JK7mKaijEe9XCfB2qSrU897nKn/view?usp=sharing

03

02, 2021

Board Examination Schedule Of Class 10

Date

Day

Class 10

6th May 2021

Thursday

English language & Literature (184)

10th May 2021

Monday

Hindi (085)

11th May 2021

Tuesday

Tamil (006)

15th May 2021

Saturday

Science (086)

21st May 2021

Friday

Mathematics Standard (041)

Mathematics Basic (241)

27th May 2021

Thursday

Social Science (087)

2nd June 2021

Wednesday

Sanskrit (122)

03

02, 2021

Board Examination Schedule Of Class 12

Date

Day

Class 12

4th May 2021

Tuesday

English Core        (301)

12th May 2021

Wednesday

Business Studies (054)

13th May 2021

Thursday

Physics (042)

17th May 2021

Monday

Accountancy (055)

18th May 2021

Tuesday

Chemistry  (043)

24th May 2021

Monday

Biology  (044)

25th May 2021

Tuesday

Economics  (030)

29th May 2021

Saturday

Computer Science  (083)

1st June 2021

Tuesday

Mathematics (041)

11th June 2021

Friday

Entrepreneurship (066)

22

01, 2021

Class 6 - General Assembly Report - Topic: JAM (Just A Minute) ( 22.01.2021 ,Friday)

The 6th graders had a wonderful opportunity to showcase and
explore their talents in public speaking through today's General assembly
(alias) Digital assembly. A short video was screened to throw light on the
a well known game , the JAM for the students to get the ball rolling . There
was an array of topics shortlisted from which the teachers assigned a topic
for each student. The students were given a minute to talk on their topic.

The students put a great show with their overwhelming enthusiasm. They
all had a platform to voice their thoughts in very lucid manner through today's General assemby. It was a pleasure to see the students articulate confidently. On the whole, the activity was a blockbuster.

6A winners - 1. Disha P. Thakker 2. Anandhita R 3. Kartikeya J 

6B winners - 1.Sanjitha S  2. Ishika Arya  3.Vidya Nachammai Nachiappan

6C winners - 1. Avantika Motha 2.Yukesh Miran.K   3. Ubadhya Sudharsan

6D winners - 1. Tanishaa. P.P  2. Aditi Ramachandran 3. Pranav Swaminathan

6E winners - 1. Hasini.T.A.  2. Anika Gowry 3. Aashini.U 

6F winners - 1. Hashini.K   2.Dhanyavarshini.S  3.Vignesh.S 

6G winners - 1.Anu Rakshitha C. S   2. Harshini. H  3. Surya kannan

21

01, 2021

Class 8 - General Assembly Report - Topic: VIRTUAL FIELD TRIP AND GUEST LECTURE ( 21/01/2021 , Thursday)

Online technologies have removed the barriers of the cost and the location from the learning activities and experiences available to the students. Virtual tours are simple, yet effective means to provide rich learning experiences for students.

Our school has provided yet another opportunity for a knowledge filled experience to the students of grade 8 to visit the Pushpak Fragrance Pvt. Ltd located at Nilakottai and an additional opportunity to listen to the guest lecture by Mr. Balakrishnan , Founder and proprietor of Floral Aromatics.

The program started with the motivational and enthusiastic description about the virtual tour by Mrs. Hema Rengarajan which served as a throwback on field trip memories of the past. The virtual tour video transported all of us to Nilakottai virtually.

Krishnavasanth of class 8G  gave warm welcome address note and a brief introduction to Mr.Balakrishnan , who so humbly shared his inspiration ,journey and the difficulties he overcome  to become a Pioneer in this floral aromatic industry.

A student from each section of grade 8, posed thoughtful question to Mr.Balakrishnan. Mr.Balakrishnan very patiently answered to all the questions asked by students and teachers without  any hesitation.

 A heartfelt  vote of thanks was given by Arya Godi of class 8B which impressed the the guest of the session . The virtual field trip was nevertheless as memorable as the actual field trip.

12

01, 2021

SCHOOL REOPENING

SHRI GURUBHYO NAMAHA

We are happy to inform that school will reopen for classes 10 & 12 for the AY 2020-21 on Wednesday,20th January 2021

Detailed instructions will be shared through Fliplearn

25

12, 2020

MILLENNIUM MUN 2020

Invite for MILLENNIUM MUN 2020

Click the below link for the invite and details of MILLENNIUM MUN 2020

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1o7i5gw2THZLfG10kzbehvxCGzMShxwot/view?usp=sharing

 

24

12, 2020

The School Will Remain Closed From Thursday, 24th December 2020 To Sunday, 3rd January 2021.

ATTENTION PARENTS,

The school will remain closed from Thursday, 24th December 2020 to Sunday, 3rd January 2021. School will reopen for 3rd term on Monday, 4th January 2021.                            We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year !

Admin office will work from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. on the following days 24,28,29,30 and 31st December 2020.

23

12, 2020

FELICITATION CEREMONY OF CLASSES IX AND XI (AY 2019 - 20)

We take immense pleasure in inviting you for the Felicitation Ceremony of classes IX and XI for the Academic Year 2019-20 to be held on Wednesday, 23rd December 2020 from 3.00 p.m., to 4.30 p.m., Check the invite link given below for details:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/18VUOwS4_cmzDuzR1Fp2qmQwMB4VV5IZi/view?usp=sharing

LIVESTREAM YOUTUBE LINK : 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvY0fuHHUlE&feature=youtu.be

 

23

12, 2020

ACADEMIC FELICITATION CEREMONY OF CLASSES IX AND XI (AY 2019 - 20)

We take immense pleasure in inviting you for the Academic felicitation ceremony of classes IX and XI for the Academic Year 2019-20 to be held on Wednesday, 23rd December 2020. Check the invite link given below for details:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/18VUOwS4_cmzDuzR1Fp2qmQwMB4VV5IZi/view?usp=sharing

LIVESTREAM YOUTUBE LINK : 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvY0fuHHUlE&feature=youtu.be

 

21

12, 2020

ACADEMIC FELICITATION CEREMONY (AY - 2019 - 20) - MIDDLE SCHOOL

We take immense pleasure in inviting you for the Academic felicitation ceremony of Middle School for the Academic Year 2019-20 to be held on Tuesday, 22.12.2020. Check the invite link given below for details:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wmRvwPgNKxnxtrq348lNjZitlw_f4LBK/view?usp=sharing

Livestream link : https://youtu.be/zmTV5gNTfo0

17

12, 2020

MUTHAMIZH MANDRAM COMPETITION RESULTS - AY 2020-21

Click link below to access the MUTHAMIZH MANDRAM COMPETITION RESULTS - AY 2020-21

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Zf_JahUNWR4teP4RSV0tD0tPE_EaKpA3/view?usp=sharing

Hearty Congratulations to all the enthusiastic participants and winners!!!

 

16

12, 2020

'Thiruppaavai Paasuram' - By H. Sooryanarayanan (2G)

On the auspicious start of the month of Margazhi, we share the 'Thiruppaavai Paasuram' rendered by H.Sooryanarayanan (2G). To access the video, Click the link given below:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NKqKv02RpGFHtsqDGGDU2w6pFk7eHx3J/view?usp=sharing

16

12, 2020

Academic Award Ceremony - Primary Wing

We take immense pleasure in inviting you for the Academic award ceremony - Primary wing:

Click links below to view the invite:

Classes 1 to 3: 17/12/2020

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1E16eP7ZCYYR8IEbuTThmU9XJ6TqGl6Ry/view?usp=drivesdk

LIVESTREAM YOUTUBE LINK (Classes 1 to 3) : https://youtu.be/hwbst7mhutI

Classes 4 & 518/12/2020

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DWaVx7Cc_w93nxAqPvoqKIiOZ3-getcE/view?usp=drivesdk

LIVESTREAM YOUTUBE LINK (Classes 4 & 5) : https://youtu.be/ghzV2LEwKS4

13

12, 2020

Ashmitha Ashok (8C) Wins Tejomaya Energy Quiz 2020

Ashmitha Ashok (8C) won the 2nd prize in the science quiz competition conducted by The PSBBMS - Coimbatore and Energy Ambassador in Tejomaya Energy Quiz 2020 dated 4th December 2020.
Hearty Congratulations!!!

13

12, 2020

VAAKYA YUDDHA'2020

The following participants of the lower house team won the Runner-up in VAAKYA YUDDHA'2020 organised by The PSBB Millennium, OMR branch dated 20.11.2020 & 21.11.2020

Ashmitha Ashok -8C
Aishwarya Lakshmi - 8C
Kanvar Pranav Kumar - 8F
Shravan A - 7F
Bharath Chidambaram - 7F

Ashmitha Ashok (8C) won the Best speaker award.

Hearty Congratulations !!!

09

12, 2020

Student's Pen - Poem By Prathi Tamara (Std 6)

Inspiration

 

Life is boring until someone adds glitter and shimmer

The inspiration to shine

To follow your new light

To follow your dreams

‘Cause life is more than it seems.

 

Doesn’t matter if it’s day or night

If you follow the light

You will always shine

And do better than just fine

‘Cause when you find inspiration

You’d literally soar

Go higher than you’ve ever been before.

 

When you find your determination

Your long living inspiration

You can relieve any wish

To fly with birds or swim with fish

Be an astronaut in a suit or a musician with a flute.

 

So many choices

You’ll know which one it is

When you find it - inspiration.

04

12, 2020

IMS-DC And ISRS-DC Lecture Series On The Behest Of Youth Climate Action Day

ISRO is conducting a lecture series (on Dec. 4, 2020 and Dec. 10, 2020 from 2 pm to 3:30 pm) aiming to sensitize youth (9th-12th standard school and under graduate college students) about the essence of climate and weather and their implications on society.
There is no fee for the lec-dem event.
The live streaming of the series can be accessed via YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/user/edusat2004.

 

02

12, 2020

Awardees And Awards Of SCIENCE OLYMPIAD FOUNDATION - AY 2019-20

Click link below to view the list of student awardees and awards of SCIENCE OLYMPIAD FOUNDATION for AY 2019-20 :

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ckqg-y2MumSqd3s-6rOuyetW4MOBzcTZ/view?usp=sharing

Hearty Congratulations to all the participants and prize winners!!!

01

12, 2020

Inauguration Of ENERGY CLUB

Click the below link to view the video of Inauguration of ENERGY CLUB

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1A4ZYAyotPkeTGdrCqebvdlh-8doAvoGF/view?usp=sharing

CLICK THE BELOW LINK TO VIEW THE WINNERS OF THE INTRA SCHOOL COMPETITION CONDUCTED BY ENERGY CLUB

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SFBsXM6Lny85yF_2PUC2ZqGzqRS27Vjj/view?usp=sharing

01

12, 2020

Class 8 - General Assembly Report - Topic: MOST PRICELESS LIFE LESSON FROM 2020 ( 01-12-2020 , Tuesday)

Report : Puppetry has always been an intriguing art form sparking interest from audiences of all ages. Envisioning the life sagas of great kings and heroes the traditional art form is extremely popular in rural India. Emerging from the grassroot levels, puppetry in India has its own unique identity depending on its region of origin. In order to make the students understand the various types of puppets and the methods of preperation, puppet making activity is given with slogan framing. Students participated with great zeal and surprised their peers with a variety of handmade puppets, glove puppet,string puppet, stick puppet to name a few. The slogans creatively written explicitly showcased their takeaway from the year 2020.

Top three students were evaluated based on their creativity and slogan and certificates were issued.

Name of the Certificate winners:

8A - 1. Ananya Jayashankar 2. Riya Mathur 3. Nethra Muthu Kumar  3. Divya.P

8B - 1. JOANN NIJITHRA 2. ROSHAN S.V 3. TARUKESH.

8C - 1. Jeevana S 2. Shrinidhi N 3. Neharikka N

8D- 1. Shrikeerthi.M 2. Sriram. M. M 3. Srija. N 3. Sri Vardhini. A

8E- 1. Sendhini.O 2.Radhani.R 3.Khavin.J 3.vidhathri Arjun

8F- 1. Neharika.S 2. Varsha.S 3. Madhesh.P 3. Rithvikaa Sri.J.R

8G- 1. Tiya Thiagarajan 2. Krishna Vasanth 3. Tanvee V.S 3. Netra Nandhini. R.

Respective class teachers are the Judges.

30

11, 2020

Class 7 - General Assembly - Topic : DIYA DECORATION ( 30.11.2020 , Monday)

Report : A Diya or an earthern lamp is synonymous to the festival of Deepavali or Diwali.Diyas adorn every corner of the house on this very auspicious day and add fervour to the festive spirit. To make it very true our students of class 7 decorated Diyas' as their GA Activity.The session began with a brief introduction by the class teachers, students with great enthusiasm started decorating the diya with lots of colour and decorative material and displayed it as a mark to celebrate the victory of good over evil.

Criteria for Judging :- Colouring and decorating with elegance and creativity

Winners Name List :-

7A-1) Jayasri .P 2)Jasmine Zunairaah .K 3)Aradhana .A.B

7B - 1) Harini Natarajan 2) Pranaya .R 3) Rithanya .T

7C - 1) Lekha .S 2) Mridula Anand 3) Yuvan Yahdid

7D - 1) Hirthika 2)Rithika 3)Varun Srinivas

7E - 1) Shalini .R 2) Rithvikha Sara .V 3) Keshav Manoj

7F - 1) Lakshman Athithiya .T 2) Sreeja .B 3) Yashuvanthikaa .M

7G -1) Arundathi Subram 2) Gia Samuel 3) Lauhith Satish Kumar

30

11, 2020

Class 6 - General Assembly Report - Topic: Nature Walk Fancy Dress Competition ( 30.11.2020 ,Monday)

Report :
The topic chosen for the General Assembly was Nature walk and how the Coronavirus has helped the plants& animals to bounce back. The students were asked to dress as animals or plants and talk a few lines on the vital environmental changes evident during the COVID -19 lockdown.

Few points shared by the students are listed below:-

  • In these months vegetation has made a comeback in public spaces. This does not mean that there was greater diversity of species but that those already in place were much more visible than usual because they were not being cut down.
  • In terms of wildlife we have seen some wild animals take advantage of the sudden slowdown in human activities to venture in to cities: deer in private gardens, wild boars on the Croisette in Cannes, dolphins in ports etc.
  • From the observations submitted by volunteers on the flora and fauna, we can draw up synthesis and see what links exists between biodiversity, human practices and the structure of the city.
  • People have learnt that they need nature and they are now ready to give it a chance.

Criteria for judging:- Creativity,Expression and Relevance.

Winners Namelist:-

6A 1) Kartikeya J      2) Anandhita R        3) Disha P Thakker
6B 1) Sanjitha S       2) Sahana A            3) Joshitaa R
6C 1) Aarohi Pandey 2) Avantika Motha    3) Srijan.C
6D 1) Prianka.M       2) Janani.K              3) Shwetha.G
6E 1) Srilaya.R         2) Tanay Santosh.G  3) Nedeeshwar.S
6F 1) GANESH KUMAR.K.S 2)RITVIK.S      3)POOJITHA SRI.A.P
6G 1)Cavin Joel. J   2) Hemanth Ram. A   3)Shrinidhika

23

11, 2020

Uniform Sales @ GBKM Campus Postponed Due To Inclement Weather

Attention : All - Uniform sales is postponed due to inclement weather and the fresh dates will be announced later.

19

11, 2020

REALITIES -By Divya P - Class 8 - PSBBMS GBKM

REALITIES
 

Everyone has different needs.

Exactly why we do different deeds. 
There is something that we all plead
ever since we've been a seed!!
Yesterday is history,
today is a gift,
tomorrow is a mystery.
It's all we'll lift.
Follow your dreams,
they know their way.
Unworthy it'll seem.
Later, its not what you'll say.
People will die
they'll fly high.
Time will fly by,
to yourself don't lie

19

11, 2020

ATTENTION STUDENTS OF CLASSES 1 To 12 - Info Regarding SOF Exams

Dear Students, Kindly find the below link to get the details of SOF Exams and the schedule of the SOF Exams.

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1MbjTTXCF61GtIedHDTn8W4fGsiEbVdKm?usp=sharing

19

11, 2020

MILLENNIUM MIRACULLUM 2020 - LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS

Click the given links to access Millennium Miracullum  results and video:

Winners list : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vgvdNBRU6UYvhrapKfg5xjimX3AD8rgD/view?usp=sharing

Video on MM :  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1O3xu4l7rs83NNDPLLDvUoILLkN4DGwC-/view?usp=sharing

Hearty Congratulations to all the enthusiastic partcipants and the winners!!!

14

11, 2020

Application Forms For Kindergarten(Pre Kg, LKG And UKG) For The AY 2021-22

ATTENTION ALL
 
Application forms for Kindergarten(Pre kg,LKG and UKG) for the AY 2021-22 are available at our school website.
 
The link will be open from Saturday,14th November 2020 till 31st December 2020
 
Please read the instructions before filling in the application form
 
ALL THE BEST !
 
Thank you
School Admin 

09

11, 2020

Class 6 - General Assembly Report - Topic: Energy/water Resource Management ( 09-11-2020 , Monday)

The topic was chosen to create awareness amongst the future generation about the energy and water conservation. Energy conservation is very important for sustainable development. Energy save is energy produce. We should not only save energy but also try to minimise pollution level to save our natural environment. It was the second General Assembly of std 6 for the year 2020. Children participated with great enthusiasm and zeal and showed their beautiful creativity. To motivate and to kindle their talent e-certificate was provided for the best three participants in a class.

Criteria for judging: ideas of showing energy conservation,clarity,presentation,colouring ,creativity and their explanation.

Winners Name List:

6A - 1.Sai Navin Balakrishan 2.Lakshita S  3.Harshika Diwakar

6B - 1.Sanjitha S 2.Goli Varshini 3.Varshini S

6C - 1.Vinay D 2.Kritin V Rajesh 3.Vishnu Chaitanya

6D - 1.Manushree R  2.Madhushree A  3.Prasanna Venkatesan

6E - 1.Kavinchandar G  2.Girisha Prassanna 3.Abigail Dharmaraj Aravindraj

6F - 1.Shruthika U 2.Prahnav V  3.Jagavi Shree P

6G - 1.Ayaan Rawoof  2.Netraa S  3.Nithilan Prakasam

 

 

 

 

09

11, 2020

Class 7 - General Assembly - Topic : ENERY / WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ( 09.11.2020 , Monday)

"There is no Energy crisis, only a crisis of ignorance" goes a saying about Energy Management.
The objectives of Energy resource management are resource conservation, climate protection and cost savings. These aspects were portrayed by the students of class 7 in the General Assembly through flamboyant posters. The posters also depicted the methods to achieve and maintain optimum energy procurement and utilisation which helps to minimise energy cost and wastage. The students also addressed about energy consumption and its use in our day to day life.

Criteria for judging: Ideas of showing energy conservation, clarity, presentation, colouring, creativity and their explanation.

Winners Name List:

7A - 1. Poornitha.M 2. Nanditha.B 3.Dhiya Roshan
7B - 1. Sai Harshini 2. Harini.N 3. Riddhi sankar
7C - 1. Haritha. S 2. Yuvan Yahdid.S.S 3. Divya Darshana
7D - 1. Niharika.D.A 2. Shamita 3. Smrithi Sankar
7E - 1.Keshav manoj 2.Iniya .I 3.Rohit Mathew Rabindran
7F - 1. Bharat Chidambaram 2. Shravan A 3. Riya Rassal
7G - 1. Anupama Deepak 2. Sangamithra.P 3. Anushree Reddy.V

06

11, 2020

Class 8 - General Assembly Report - Topic: DESIGN THINKING FOR WASTE MANAGEMENT ( 06-11-2020 , Friday)

Waste management is an innovative technology that tries to solve basic supply problems around the globe.  Waste management includes the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal.  This includes the collection, transport, treatment and disposal of waste, together with monitoring and regulation of the waste management process.  This activity is designed to make the students understand the importance of waste managment and stimulate the research interest. With the help of this activity,  identify the student who can give best solution to avoid or reduce the waste and make a useful thing out of it.  They should define the user's needs and problems and find solution for the problem. Solution should be made in the form of model or sketch. 

Name of the prize winners:

8A - Anmol Latheesh

8B - Shreya Anand

8C - Varshitha. R

8D - Mahil. B

8E - Senthini. O

8F Mithun Shakthi

8G Adithya. S.

29

09, 2020

Class 8 - General Assembly Report - Topic: Grand Parents Day ( 29-09-2020 , Tuesday)

Grand Parents day is celebrated to honor and express gratitude for the constant love, care, and support they shower. Every year the first Sunday in September is celebrated as a national grand parents day.  In order to inculcate the habit of understanding the importance of grand parents, their contribution for the well being of the family, grand parents day is celebrated in our school on 29th September.  All the students were asked to express their affection towards their grand parents with the help of songs, poem or gift of their choice.  Grand parents felt overwhelmed and blessed the children for having made this day special and memorable.  

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09, 2020

Class 6 - General Assembly Report - Topic: Best Out Of Waste Using Any Part Of The Coconut Tree ( 28-9-2020 ,Monday)

The topic was chosen to create awareness amongst the future generation to recycle and reuse the waste materials of the coconut products into fantastic and usable materials. It was the first General Assembly of Std 6 for the year 2020. Children participated with great enthusiasium and showcased their creativity and innovative ideas in making different products using coconut materials. To motivate and to kindle their interest e-certificate was provided for the best three participants in a class.

Criteria for judging : actual waste element of the raw material used, innovation and creativity, usability , timely completion and presentation.

Winners Name list :

6A -  1. APOORVA S 2. KOCHERLAKOTA CHAITRASREE 3. RASHMIKA CHOWDARY K

6B -  1. SANJITHA S 2. SAI VIDVATHAMAN S 3. ISHIKA ARYA

6C -  1. INESHWAR R.B 2. YUKESH MIRAN K 3. SAANVI MISHRA

6D -  1. JYOYSNA HARIKRISHNAN 2. DHITSITHAA S 3. JHANAVI S

6E -  1. YUVARISHI KESAVAN J 2. DHITISITHAA S 3. SRILAYA R

6F -  1. SHRUTHIKA U 2. POOJITHA SRI 3. JAYA ADITHYA J

6G -  1.SHRINIDIKHA V 2. AATHIRAI RS 3. HEMANTH RAM A

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09, 2020

Class 7 - General Assembly - Topic : INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE ( 28.09.2020 , Monday)

It has been rightly said,”Helping hands and loyal beings can shape a world of Peace and Harmony”. Keeping the spirit of this statement, the students of class 7 celebrated the International Day of Peace as GA activity which included Speech, song and poster making. The session began with a brief introduction of the topic by the class teacher followed by the confident and informative speech given by the children. The students who had chosen singing presented a treat to our ears with their self composed songs. Finally, the students enthusiastically displayed their colourful posters with eye catching quotes. This day thus had multiple objectives: of acquainting the students with the importance of peace and igniting in them the spirit to shape a peaceful world

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09, 2020

Report Of Vyavasthaa 2020 Prepared By Rohan, President - Debate Club

Vyavasthaa 2020, the second edition of The PSBB Millennium School, Gerugambakkam's inter school debate competition was held on the 11th and 12th of September 2020. In spite of the current circumstances, the event was held online on Discord and Google Meets that provided two days of competitive and intense debating.  

The event kicked off with the inaugural ceremony which included speeches from the Principal, Mrs Bhavani Baskar and the chief guest Dr. Bhavani Shankar. The league rounds of the competition commenced on the 11th of September with 8 upper house schools and 6 lower house schools debating each other on engrossing topics offering new view points and several unique interpretations. Abacus Montessori and Sishya from the upper house qualified for the finals. The lower house finalists were Sishya and the Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai.

Day Two of Vyavasthaa 2020 was the grand finals for both the upper and lower house. The upper house finalists debated the motion, “This house would allow soldiers to sue their governments for negligence” while the lower house debated on “This house would offer dictators immunity in return for leaving power”. Both sets of debaters engaged in a session of passionate debating which had the audience eyes planted on their screens.  Soon after, the results were announced and Sishya swept the tournament winning both the upper house and the lower house while Abacus and CPS Thirumazhisai ended the tournament as runners.

Vyavasthaa is a tournament that is built on the foundations of traditional debating. With its main goal being to play host to an array of talented debaters and orators who are willing to put their skills on display and this year we were able to achieve that goal on a broader scale while witnessing some truly fascinating debating. On the whole the event was a great success and The PSBBMS, GBKM debate club hopes to do it all again next year.

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09, 2020

ATTENTION STD 12 STUDENTS OF THE AY 2019-20

Students graduated class 12 in the AY 2019-20 can collect their Marksheet from GBKM Campus on Monday, 21st September 2020 to Friday, 25th September 2020 between 9.30 am and 12.30 pm
 
 

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09, 2020

Sai Sarabesh T (III C) Secures First Place In The 6th GVCA Online Chess Tournament

Sai Sarabesh T (III C) has secured first place in U-9 category in the 6th GVCA online Chess tournament organised by Gnana Vidhya Chess Academy. Hearty Congratulations!!!!

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08, 2020

CBSE - Important Notification - Fit India Freedom Run From 15th August To 2nd October 2020

 Important notification available on CBSE website.

http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/attach/NotificationFirstPage.pdf.

Best wishes,

Team CBSE. 

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08, 2020

A Poem By Divya - Class 8, The PSBBMS, GBKM

Sunshine's beam, shining over my windows;
I see it gleam and think of staying indoors;              
why do I wish so? when I could wander around
instead of sitting home and eating a pound.
 
I could go to the park and smile at the red roses;
wave to the beautiful lilies and not take pictures with poses.
Water the plants and let them grow old,
not cut them down and let them be sold.
 
It's my duty to be better...
not to sit around and chatter.
I shall take my time and save the environment,
I shall save the trees even after my retirement.
 
One day the trees I grew,
shall smile at me back.
They all knew,
that I would never let them lack.
 
Every plant I grew,
all of them are precious-
and everyone knew,
I wasn't being pretentious.
 
I shall grow more and more plants...
until a plant's my hands.
I shall value nature,
and start being more mature.
 
The river swings me in its lap-
and we never close it's tap.
Dear mother earth-
you are way more worth!                                   
 
The green grasses brush our hair,
The dancing daisies kiss our cheek.
but we pluck them out.
Dear mother earth,
you are way more worth!
 
so, my friends are you ready? to start saving the earth and closing taps... Are you ready? to give the things we owe to mother earth?
 
Divya
8 A

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08, 2020

HOW A SOLDIER LIVES - Poem By Divya - Class 8, The PSBBMS, GBKM

It was his choice 
so, he raised his voice.
He decided to protect every soul,
and sacrifice himself- one whole
 
Once was he a little boy-
who played with a toy.
Now, all grown up and strong
Who never does anything wrong!
 
He has promised to be brave,
and try not to go to the grave.
He left his home,
knowing he'd be all alone.
 
The bullets that hit him,
shook his limb.
but when he stood on his leg,
he saw the soldier who hit him beg.
 
Leaving behind his mother,
how he misses his brother.
how his wife and kids aren't better,
reading his old  letter.
 
All he hears is-
"soldier not today, 
don't you rest at  midday"
couldn't he get just a bit of bliss?
 
One fine day he leaves,
"go to your family soldier"
says the chief.
A second ago he meets,
now back to his old grief.
 
He doesn't know if he'll live,
He doesn't if he'll be able to give.
what the nation needs
and what his family pleads.
 
Oh! dear soldier, you've got your pride,
now, go back to your house and meet your lonely bride.
We've got your back,
cause' you never lack.
 
This poem is dedicated to all the soldiers who are fighting for our nation on the borders... The soldiers who go on days with sleepless nights and make sure we have a calm and comfortable night. You are the real heroes...
 
Divya..8A

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08, 2020

Eco Friendly Activities During The Lockdown!!!

Nature has created a wonderful serendipity. Since the beginning of the 21st century, advanced modernization, along with its benefits has bought many perilous components to our realm.

It’s hard to express in words as to how the pandemic has affected the environment in real time, but a pressing issue for environmental groups is the potential waste being produced by more people using single-use items, such as disinfecting wipes and paper towels. In addition to bleach and alcohol, soap and water works on different surfaces.

As countries around the world are following various lockdown measures to prevent the further spread of COVID-19,researchers are analysing reports on how this has left a positive impact on the environment. The sharp decrease in economic activity has resulted in a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions. Hence, cities are seeing a notable drop in air pollution.

Clean air is, of course, welcome, but what do we need to do to keep this and other positive trends going?

UNICEF has collected a number of climate friendly tips for us with regard to energy, paper, water, food, air quality and plastic waste.

The lockdown that is observed in many parts of the world to flatten the curve has also caused the ozone layer, which remained shattered till the last 6 months, has resilience by almost 18%. It is expected to heal by 50% expeditiously.

The prevailing pandemic is a lesson taught to mankind for frivolously destroying mother nature. However it is also necessary to stay united and sanguine albeit far apart. We are supposed to stay aplomb and follow the precautions vehemently for the benefit of our posterity.

 Sanjana desigan (Class: 9B)

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07, 2020

Results Of Class 12 Students - AY 2019-20

Shri Gurubhyo Namaha!!!

Happy and proud to share the results of Class 12 students of the AY 2019-20 who have made PSBBMS GBKM flag fly high!!!

TOPPERS:

Computer Science stream  : HIRANMAYI MOHAN - 490

Biology stream                      : SONESH KUMAR SWAIN - 485

Commerce stream               : R.S.A.SUDARSHAN – 489

 

CENTUM SCORERS:

 Chemistry  : HIRANMAYI MOHAN

Economics : PRATIKSHA, SHRUTI A, SAMANVITHA MURALI

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07, 2020

Results Of Class 10 Students - AY 2019-20

Shri Gurubhyo Namaha !!!

We are extremely happy to share the class 10 results of the AY 2019-20

R MEENAKSHI               - 494

LAKSHMAN KISHORE  - 490

SHRAVAN BALAJI         - 488

CENTUM SCORERS IN MATHEMATICS:

  1. HIMANSHU RAJNISH BORKA
  2. PRANAV BALASAHEB POTE
  3. VIJAYADURGA SATHYESH
  4. AISHWARYA SHANKAR
  5. JAYARHUPHIKA GURUSUBRAMANYAN
  6. ANISH SRIRAM
  7. RITESH SAI DEVARAJAN
  8. LAKSHMAN KISHORE R
  9. ARCHANA RANGANATHAN
  10. HARIKRISHNA S
  11. NEEHARIKA S
  12. SAHANA S
  13. NEMANA BALASESHAN
  14. SHRAVAN BALAJI
  15. AMASA VENKATA AKSHAYA REDDY

 CENTUM SCORERS IN SANSKRIT :

     1.ASHWIN CHANDRASEKAR

  1. NEMANA BALASESHAN
  2. SHRAVAN BALAJI

     4.VIROCHAN

CENTUM SCORER IN SOCIAL STUDIES :

    1. R MEENAKSHI 

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05, 2020

Change Is The Result Of Learning And Adapting To Changes Is The Order Of The Day!

Dear Parents,

Shri Gurubhyo Namaha!

Greetings!!

Thank you for your immense support in our new endeavour to ensure continuity of learning. We are overwhelmed to receive positive responses from you with regard to this novel venture. While our teachers are equipping themselves to take their students through this new learning experience, we are at fine tuning and resolving glitches. Nevertheless, we understand that this digital platform can in no way completely substitute the conventional and comprehensive classroom teaching, that we are accustomed to. These virtual classes have been resorted to as there isn’t any alternative in this precarious situation. The timetable has hence been kept flexible and quite relaxing with periodic allotment for upload of resources/ modules for co scholastic areas as well. We hope and pray that with your unstinted support, we will be able to continue this new experience of imparting knowledge and ensure that the present uncertainty doesn’t disrupt your child’s learning process.

May the learning continue!

Stay home! Stay safe!