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Students of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai secured first place in the inter-school programming competition “Mr. /Ms. Programmer- 2015” conducted by PICO LABZ . The Proteus simulator and PIC micro controller-powered programming kit were provided to the students to prove their skills . The first place was bagged by the team consisting of Shreya , Ronak ,Ajay, Saravana Sanjhay , Kirthiga, Vishnu Priya and Rohit G for doing embedded programming in 4 minutes and 30 seconds. The students received the Title ‘Mr Programmer Trophy 2015’ along with medals and merit certificates. The guides who trained them were Jeyapriya L and Jalaluddin Mohd Ansari Shajahan from Robotics Department of the school. Students have made the school, parents and themselves proud through their passion, creativity and smart work.
Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai bagged First Prize in State Level Science Fair held at Rajalakshmi Institute of Technology, Chennai. The event mainly focused on bringing out best innovation in different streams of science. Varad C Haridas and Damini Chandra Mohan of class 9 won first prize in “Engineering Innovation” category and received Trophy with cash prize worth Rs. 10000 for their robotics research project “Advanced Intelligent Nurse Aiding Humanoid- Version 3” under the guidance of their robotics trainer Jalaluddin Mohd Ansari Shajahan and Jeyapriya L. Two other projects from the same school “Weather Pattern Analysis Over A Wide To Local Area With Network Integrated Embedded Technology” by Suraj.N.C , Srivatsan H and Varad C H and “Mobile Recharging Machine” by Yuvashree S, Sharon Hepzibah , Thaiyal.J and Amrit Aishwarya Dhillon“ were awarded with 25% of funding to continue their research. Students of CPS –Thirumazhisai with their innovative thinking and successive winning had created a new impact in the field of robotics at school level in India.
Mr. Jalaluddin Mohd Ansari Shajahan, Robotics Trainer of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai received “The Best Techno-Teacher Award – 2015” initiated by ICT academy of Tamil Nadu with Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology ,Government of India . This award is given to teachers who have created a positive impact through ICT tools in the teaching learning process.Mr. Jalaluddin Mohd Ansari received this award for implementing practical education in Robotics. He received this award from Dr.C.Sylendra Babu , Additional Director General of Police of the Coastal Security Group, Tamil Nadu and Mr.Lakshmi Narayanan, Vice Chairman of Cognizant, ICT Academy of TamilNadu.
Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai which focuses on overall development of students has set up a Robotics lab to transform the student’s creative ideas into models under the mentor ship of their robotics trainer who received this prestigious award.
“Every day, when the Sun leaves the earth, it leaves behind a beautiful sunset as a gift; each time friends leave each other, they leave behind mementos of priceless memories….”
The students of class XI organized ‘Cheerio – 2014- 15’. On February 6, 2015 at Chennai Public School to celebrate those wonderful memories of our beloved seniors and bid them adieu. This farewell was to show our seniors how much they mean to us.
The event kicked off with the arrival of our twelfth graders who looked stunning in classic saris and tuxedos, adding a lot of colour and grandeur to the celebration, making it a truly wonderful sight to behold. It was a formal and fun-filled evening packed with lots of emotions, memories and entertaining dance and music performances by the eleventh graders.
Lots of titles like ‘Mr. Know All’ ‘Miss Perfect’, ‘Brave Heart’, ‘The Oscar Nominee’, ‘The Grammy Nominee’ and many more titles and awards too were conferred. “The Best Dressed Boy & Girl” were also awarded. It is impossible to describe in words the range of emotions expressed and the memories that were captured by not only the seniors but also the teachers in the farewell speeches they presented.
Yearbooks comprising photographs of the journey of our seniors at CPS were handed over as mementos to the students by our principal. This was our way of expressing gratitude for all the contributions made by our seniors in various fields setting an example for us to follow and also bringing laurels to school.
The students of class XI rocked the stage with an electrifying fusion of classical, folk and western dance. The celebration came to an end with the crowning of Mr & Ms.Chennai Public School followed by the eleventh graders. The song captured the hearts of the audience with it meaningful lyrics about friendship and farewell. A sumptuous hi-tea arranged in the ground brought the event to an end making it one of the most memorable days in the history of CPS.
True Happiness is … to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence upon the future.
6th February was a day of joy and pleasure for us to present before the audience – Parents of our little ones, the Special Assembly of Grade 1. The Special Assembly carried a wonderful theme –‘Happiness ‘, uttering of the very word brings in a smile on our faces …… so was the preparation for the assembly, a sheer jolly ride for both the students and the teachers. The beauty of this event was that each and every child across all the sections of Grade 1 got to showcase their talents. The Chaplin’s act by our kiddies had the audience in splits. Parents were thoroughly enthralled by the wonderful show put up by the students. This wonderful assembly ended with some of the parents sharing their happiest moments with us. The day came to an end with the thought,”We cannot change the world overnight but if we can add few smiles to the world, we have done our job.”
As it is said that “The soul is placed in the body like a rough diamond, and must be polished, or the luster of it will never appear “
S.Shreyas of II- E, has once again proved that his talent in Sports which has been nurtured by his school and parents made him win the state level swimming championship title at Virudhunagar on January 24th and 25th 2015.
He won 1 Gold and 2 Silver and clinched the championship trophy. He has been victorious in various categories like Freestyle, Butterfly and Backstroke
Two days later, he competed in the under 8 category – Boys at Vael’s Billabong and won 2 Silver medals in Backstroke and Breast stroke.
Well done Shreyas !!
Students of Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai have bagged top prizes in their research based projects on Robotics and Embedded technology on recently held regional level Indian Science and Engineering Fair (2014) organized by Science Society of India in association with Agni College of Technology.
Varad C.Haridas for his research in “Advanced Weather Monitoring System” has received Gold medal and has been selected for National Level Science Fair. The best project from the national fair will be selected for the prestigious ISWEEP Fair that will take place in the USA.
Damini Chandra Mohan and Shalini Mohan have received Silver medals for their upgraded research titled “Advanced Intelligent Nurse Aiding Humanoid” which helps patients in hospitals.
In addition, Cindrella Gnanasekar and Ranjani Elango have received Honorable award for their research on intelligent robotics green vehicle for safe environment which is focused on environment safety and transport safety.
The projects were guided by their Robotics Trainer Mr. Jalaluddin Mohd Ansari Shajahan, who received prestigious “Guide Recognition Award “from Science Society of India and Ms. Jeyapriya Lakshmanan from Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai who has motivated and guided the students far beyond her duties.
A festival to thank Nature, Animals and people who help the community was well conceived and visualized at Chennai Public School Thirumahisai on 13th January 2015. Well decorated pots, sugarcanes and the beautiful pookkalam in the middle of the quadrangle gave the perfect atmosphere for the celebration. The students of Pre primary to Class X participated with Zeal and enthusiasm in various activities. Variety of programmes such as Kolattam, Kummi pattu, Oyilattam,Mayilattam and Puliyattam were performed to entertain the audience. No pair of eyes would have missed the state wise representation like Kathakali from Kerala, Bangra from Punjab, Kite festival of Gujarat. The Bullock cart ride organised for the Preprimary was apt to the occassion. The smile on the face of the Little ones exhibited the experience they had on that day. All primary children of classes 1 to 5 performed the dances of various harvest festivals of India such as Lohri, Onam, Sankranti, Baisakthi and Pongal. The highlight of the event was when all the girls of Classes 6 to 10 did the traditional Kummi of Tamilnadu and Boys did the Tappattam. The music, dance and the attitude of the students, eager to participate filled the air with festivity. Principal Mrs. Stella Pauline Punitha in her speech on Pongal asked the students to expel the old thoughts and cling in the new ideas. She also emphasized on the significance of family farming and asked the children to contribute to the Nation. The day witnessed the magnificent celebration of the festival and the school enjoyed the multi-cultural ethnicity of its entire community.
Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai celebrated its 4th Annual sports day on January 24,2015 at the gargantuan ground of the school well organised by the management. The hoarding in the entrance of the school welcoming the Parents and Students, the flags of different colours fluttering all around the campus showcased the grandeur of the arrangements made for the day. The 400 mts track with eight lanes laid in the field with brick walled inner and outer markings exhibited the precision of the arrangements made for the track and field events.
The day’s proceedings began with a symphonious prayer followed by welcoming the august gathering by the Principal of the School, Mrs. Stella Pauline Punitha. The Chief Guest Mr. M. Ravi, IPS, Chief Vigilance Officer, Tamilnadu Co-operative Milk Producer’s Federation Ltd, Chennai declared the Sports meet open and took the Grand salute of the contingents rhythmically marching forth for the glory and honour of their respective houses. On the occasion, the school showcased a plethora of events which highlighted the talents and skills of the young sports stars. The tiny tots and the primary section of the school displayed a scintillating performance with a wide range of programmes which left the spectators mesmerised and appreciative of the effort they had put in. The senior students put on an equally engaging performance comprising of martial art, aerobics and human pyramid thus exhibiting their physical prowess. The track and field events engaged the spectators with the close finishes and surprising change of fortunes for the various houses. The enthusiastic and ebullient fathers participated in the 200 mts dash and mothers in the walking race. Cheif Guest Mr. M. Ravi in his address to the gathering lauded the school for treading the path in true CPS tradition by focusing on the all-round development through encouragement of sports. He highlighted the importance of sports and the need for students to eliminate the fear of failure, if they are to succeed in any endeavour. The most expected part of the program by students, the prize distribution ceremony started with the Over All Championship award for Intramurals going to Diadem House. The true spirit of sportsmanship was seen when all the other house members applauded for the victory of the overall Champions –“The Alphard House”. Best players and Promising players received Medals and winners of all sports and games received certificates and Trophies.
The day was grand success with the participation of the Members of the Management, Principal, Vice Principal, Coordinators , Teachers and Parents.