Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai, Congratulates XII CBSE Toppers!!!
The Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY) is an on-going National Program of Fellowship in Basic Sciences, initiated and funded by the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India, to attract exceptionally highly motivated students for pursuing basic science courses and research career in science.
The objective of the program is to identify students with talent and aptitude for research; help them realize their academic potential; encourage them to take up research careers in Science, and ensure the growth of the best scientific minds for research and development in the country.
Generous fellowships are provided up to the Pre-Ph.D. level to the selected KVPY Fellows which is INR 5,000/- to INR 7,000/- as monthly fellowship and INR 20,000/- to INR 28,000/- as Annual Contingency grant.
Abhilash B, Krishnakanth R, Surya Prakash G and Sathya Narayanan G have made Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai proud by clearing KVPY fellowship.
We wish you all the very best for a great future!!!!
Of all the planets the Earth is the luckiest, this is because it is the only planet where life became possible. Life in its most beautiful forms developed here, be it humans, animals, plants or marine life. The one thing that made Earth unique was the presence of a superb form of intelligent life called the human race. But somewhere on the way the human race lost its humanity, forgot to acknowledge the planet that gave life. The world now marks the “Earth Day” to make the human race realize the importance of the Mother Earth.
The Earth Day celebrated all over the world; saw its relevance in full swing and splendor at CPS-Thirumazhisai on 22nd April’16 by all levels. The students of Pre-Primary dressed in green apparels shouted slogans of “GO GREEN” and watered the germinating seeds with small cups and tiny hands.
The students of Primary section brought pots of germinated seeds and nature related items and paid their reverence to its beautiful earth by making posters, book marks and wonderful cut outs relating to nature and its conservation. The students of the Secondary (Std. IX & X) debated on the topic “Science a Bane or Boon” to mankind and concluded the event with the pledge to conserve the nature and the beautiful earth and sang the beautiful Earth Anthem and the day was made memorable by the teachers who facilitated and germinated the thought of “Conserve the Mother Earth”
In a symbolic gesture, the teachers are handing over the ‘lamp of knowledge’ to shine brighter along with our School motto ‘Empowering every child’. Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai celebrated it’s Graduation Day on Saturday, March 12th, 2016 in the commodious school quadrangle in the evening hours. It marked the little graduates of Pre-Primary from UKG & Mont-III marching up to the Primary of class-I, climbing a step further in their ladder of life.
The ceremony began with a melodious prayer song, sung by our juniors. The program was honored by the chief guest Mrs. Sulata Ajit, founder director of Sankalp Learning Center. Principal, Mrs. Subhashini Govindan welcomed the chief guest, members of management and the gathering in her welcome address to start the wonderful evening. The ceremony started off with the gracious honoring ceremony of memento, bouquet and shawl to our chief guest.
The cultural extravaganza kept alive the excitement through out the evening and enlightened the crowded quadrangle. Dazzling blue sky, extravagantly decorated stage with beautiful back drop, attractive Balloon arch, glittering performers’ attire, reverberating audio system, hustle and bustle of the crowd added flavor to the show. The entire program was completely dedicated by the juniors of Pre-KG, Mont I, II and LKG. The Welcome Dance, Animal Dance, Skit (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs), Folk Dance and Western Dance showcased a spectacular performance on stage.
The most awaited moment the “Graduation Ceremony” began when the 172 Graduates walked confidently clad in traditional graduation gowns and caps with a smile on their faces to receive the Memento from the Chief Guest, Mrs. Sulata Ajit, Correspondent Mr. Dagupati Balaji, General Manager Shri. N.Parama Dayalan, Principal, HM and Pre-Primary Co-ordinator.
The celebration came to an end with the vote of thanks rendered by pre-primary co-ordinator Ms.Amudha Sendhilnaathan.
You finished one Journey
Now next is Ready for you
So be ready to face new challenges………..
47 students of Integrated FIITJEE programme and a single student from non FIITJEE programme made Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai proud by clearing JEE Mains.
We wish them all the very best for the JEE Advanced.
“Those things from the past which are valued enough today to save for the people of tomorrow” is HERITAGE.
Due to the modernization and inclination towards western culture our younger generation is not aware of the rich ancient heritage of India, we at CPS planned to sow a seed of our cultural importance so, we observed ‘World Heritage Day’ on April 18, 2016 for classes of I and II.
The children brought many models of Heritage Sites and narrated its importance in few lines. An hours of video session took place and our smart kids enjoyed and felt happy to see the glory of our rich culture. Here are some of the models brought by the students.
Times NIE “Think and Learn Challenge” 2015-16 organized by the Times of India to identify the Aptitude Wizards of Chennai Students. This exam was based on two important subjects i.e. Arithmetic and Science. Over 1 lakh students participated in this exam across 200 schools and only 10 percentile students have qualified this exam. Round 2 of the competition that was held in Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor stadium, students from each school battled it out to become the city topper.
Sabari Krishna P.C, of Chennai Public School Thirumazhisai added brighter plumes to the school’s hat by being the City topper of Round-2. He received 1 Lakh rupees as cash award, TABLET and a Certificate of Excellence. Third Topper Anas Ahamed S.J bagged a TABLET and a Certificate of Merit. Sneha Latha, Srivatsan.H and Ishwarya A who were listed on top 50, in turn received a Trophy and Certificate of Merit.
Winners were felicitated by Mr. P.R.Ramesh, Circulation Head Times of India TN, Mr. N.Ramani, General Manager NIE Times of India. The School Correspondent Mr. Dagupati Balaji, General Manager Mr. Parama Dayalan and Principal Mrs. Subhashini Govindan, motivated the students to ‘Stay Ahead’ by participating in various other educative and informative activities and competitions. They felt proud and delighted about their student’s achievement. They also extended their hearty congratulations to all of them.