Holistic Development through Yoga Aishwarya International Public School, Maddur celebrated the Nineth International Yoga Day, in its school premises, in a grand way.
The School believes that education does not mean mere imparting of knowledge or facts but it encompasses an all-round development of an individual. The school has been taking all initiatives to accomplish this. The celebration of International Yoga Day as declared by United Nations was highly an exuberant event with the buoyant and enthusiastic participation of the large number of students. The school organized a plethora of activities for students of all ages ranging from asanas, pranayam to Suryanamaskar. The students stretched their arms, bent their legs, rolled their neck and twisted every sinew in their body with greater dexterity, in a spectacular synchronicity with English and Hindi instructions. Vrikshasana, Parvatasana, Padmasana, Vajrasana were the asanas, to name a few, performed on the occasion. The main attraction of the day was the performance of Suryanamaskar in which coordination of body and mind is very important. The school had also arranged for a slide-show highlighting the importance of yoga in a student’s life.
Ms. Savithri, the school’s Yoga teacher shares, “Yoga nurtures the healthy mind in every school-going child. The role of yoga in school therefore, becomes significantly important.” The Principal, Mrs. Machimanda S Vindya in her inaugural address opined, “Yoga, an ancient Art and Science of health and harmony have vast potential for physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual health of every human being. The schools being convergent centers can play a path breaking role in the growth and development of the nation. Realizing this, the school, has already included yoga in its curriculum for all classes and the students have been encouraged to do asanas every day. “The students of Std: X especially felt that yoga and meditation help them in not only coordinating their body and mind but also in enhancing their concentration power. The school once again witnessed unprecedented support from the parents for this event too. The day came to conclusion with the recitation of Shantimantra and the students and teachers carrying home the message that,
“Yoga is not for only one – it’s for everyone, Yoga is not for a day- it’s for every day.”
Magic Mania is an event which is conducted every year by our school. This year it was conducted on 28/08/2022 in which the students of Class 1 to 4 were given different topics and concepts to present it to the audience which would enhance their self-confidence. It was the day when all the parents of Class 1 to 4 came together to witness their children speaking confidently in the presence of the audience.
The place where we live comes under our responsibility to save and protect and not only our surroundings but the whole earth is under struggle. It is because of the damage what we are causing to the Ozone layer through our day to day activities. In order to create the awareness the students of Class 5 had put up an assembly activity to demonstrate the measures to protect ozone layer which was appreciated by all.
Engineers Day was celebrated on 15th of September. So on this special day Aishwarya International Public School had organized ‘Guest Lecturing’ for the students of Class 8, 9 & 10 by Mr. Arun Kumar and Mr. Srihari, Engineers. L & D, Toyota Company gave a practical demonstration on “How to Make Cars”.
Face painting is more than just an art. It is a way to express a story or an incident.
It is well said that “when we appreciate the one who has achieved, would make the other to have the perseverance to achieve great”. The Aishwarya Educational Institutions had organized “Guru Vandana” a programme to appreciate and honour the teachers who had spent their valuable days of teaching in a fruitful manner. There were three teachers who were felicitated – Dilyas Marina, Mr. Shoukat Ali and Mr. D.P.Swamy who had contributed in enlightening the young minds and made them fly high in achieving their goal.
It is one of the festival which is celebrated across India with full enthusiasm. The Hindu festival which marks the birth of Lord Krishna is observed with devotion. In the same manner in our school the day was observed with full devotions by offering prayers and flowers to Lord Krishna.
A field trip is that which allows students and teachers to get out of the formal context of the classroom and move out to get to know about different things by visiting a particular area. And adding to that our school had a field trip for the Class IX & X on August 01, 2022 to Fisheries Department in which the students were able to get to know how the fishes has been reared and what the scientific methods do they follow to protect the fish and what are the different economical perspective of Fishery Department.
One of the National Festivals which is celebrated with great enthusiasm is Independence Day. And this year we had celebrated 75th Independence Day “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” in our school premises. The programme was presided over by Mr. Mahesh, Commanding Officer, NCC, Ms. Vindya Bopanna, Principal and Ms. Shylajakshi, Vice-Principal.
Formal function commenced by hoisting the National Flag followed by National Anthem with National salute. All the students of different houses marched together as an honour and pride of being Indian. Followed by the Marchpast was a formal programme which portrayed our diverse culture. The Chief Guest Mr. Mahesh, delivered a motivational speech, followed by honouring Mr. Gomateshwar, Ex-army personnel and honouring Academic Topper of our school Ms. Tahoora Kulsum in the AISSE Examination of CBSE 2021-22.
The students expressed their patriotism towards our nation through various cultural programmes.
Field visits are powerful learning experience for students. The most interesting part of the visit was being able to understand the plantation, germination, vegetation and processing of baby corn and sweet corn.
Class 1 to 4 students of our school were on field visit to Ariant Veg Processing Unit on 13-07-2022. There the students were welcomed by Mr. Chethan, the manager of Ariant Veg Processing Unit. Then the manager explained our students about the company where in it was structured for the beneficial for farmers. Then the students were taken to the nursery where the sweet corn plantation was sowing. The students asked few doubts about the growing structure, method of the sweet corn plantation where the manager has been systematically explained well. Then the students were taken to the field where the sweet corn plantation happens and it was ready for harvesting. Here the manager explained how long the plants require to grow baby corn and sweet corn.
Then the students were bought to the processing and packing section where the students witnessed the packing process. They understood 4 distinct stages of growing sweet corn that is plantation, germination, vegetation and processing.
The Ariant Veg Processing Unit team was very co-operative in explaining each unit. Then our students were served with the delicious corn dish where in students enjoyed the healthy and yummy snacks.
Educational field visits are some of the most important, memorable and enriching educational events that the students will experience in their school careers.
“Investiture Ceremony” is a solemn occasion where all the young students are prepared to take the oath towards leadership and commit themselves to their responsibilities entrusted to them. On 18th June 2022, Investiture Ceremony was held at Aishwarya International Public School. Mr. Santhosha S, Police Inspector from K M Doddi graced the occasion as Chief Guest. Dr. Nandeesh J, Chairman, Mr. Jayaramu K, President, Ms. Vindya Bopanna, Principal and Ms. Shylajakshi N, Vice-Principal were present to witness the same.
The Chief Guest pinned the badges as a symbol of handing over the responsibilities to the student council representatives and motivated them through his inspiring speech. Students were administered oath by the Principal. Mast. Sheethal M T, Head Boy and Miss. Priyanka S, Head Girl delivered the acceptance speech. The march past with the rhythm of the band was to honour the dignitaries.
Earth is the only planet which has the living beings. Each and everything what we have on earth is inter connected in which if one part gets affected the other part has to face the consequences. In order to give the awareness and importance of the nature and its protection each and every year on 5 th June we celebrate the Environment Day. As the part of which Aishwarya International Public School also had celebrated the Environment Day on 6 th June 2022 in the school premises in which the students were oriented and various awareness about production and preservation of the nature.
The students of Aishwarya International Public School illustrated their affection and gratitude to their parents by performing "Paada Pooja" to receive their blessings.
The origin of "Paada Pooja" deeply rooted in the history of vedic tradition is imbibed in our children at Aishwarya, so as to inculcate the essence of our tradition and culture in them right from their childhood.
As veda says, 'Mathru Devo Bhava, Pithru Devo Bhava, Acharya Devo Bhava.' Parents are deserved to be respected equal or even more than the almighty for their unconditional love showered on us.
So, ‘Paada Pooja’ conducted at our school was a humble effort to help the children follow the ancient customs, traditions and practices which keeps reminding us of our cultural heritage, apart from making our parents heart filled with eternal bliss.
“Yoga” is one of the ancient ascetic discipline through which man will be able to have the control over his physical body as well as mental stability.
And in order to bring the awareness of yoga towards fit and healthy life Aishwarya International Public School celebrated International Yoga Day. The programme started at 10:00 am in the school premises which was presided over by Dr. N.R.Venugopal, District Skill Development Officer, Mrs. Vindya Bopanna, the Principal of Aishwarya International Public School and Vice-Principal Mrs. Shylajakshi N. The formal program started with a prayer song followed by the welcoming of the Chief Guest.
Miss. Moulya M S of Class IX the significance of yoga day and how to incorporate yoga in our day to day activities. Mrs. Vidya the Asst. PE teacher guided the students to perform the different yogas in an organized and disciplined manner.
Dr. Venugopal the Chief Guest of the day addressed the students in which he emphasized the importance of yoga for healthy and active life. He also spoke about benefits of regular practice of yoga. He conveyed that daily practice of yoga keeps us active and increases memory power.
The programme came to an end through a formal thanks giving and singing of National Anthem.
A field trip was organized for Grade 7 and 8 by the school to ‘Karnataka Milk Federation’ popularly known as ‘KMF’ situated at Gejjalagere of Mandya District. It was the start of new experiences and a newfound appreciation for dairy farming.
From learning about the milking and bottling process to the extraction of ghee, students were able to gain knowledge in real of what they have learnt in the classroom.
The field trip gave students the opportunity to get to know more about milk processing in the dairy. It was an experiential learning.
On the whole it was a great hands-on experience to all the students including the teachers too.