SANSKRIT DAY CELEBRATION


Sanskrit Diwas is celebrated on Shravan Purnima to create awareness on the importance of Sanskrit as language. We celebrated this day on 17th Aug 2022. Hon.Secretary Sri Hayagreevachar was the Chief Guest for the day. Students from class 1 to 10 participated in various programmes, exclusively in Sanskrit.

The Program started by lighting the lamp from our Chief Guest Shri Hayagreevachar, Principal Ms.Jaya J and Vision Co-ordinator Shri Ishwar Bhat. Oath taking, Sharing Prime minister message, cultural programmes such as Dance from tiny tots about field and animals, dance highlighting the birth of  Maheshwara sutram by poet Panini, message about Raksha Bandhan and followed by tying  the Raksha Dhaaga, school song in Sanskrit version were the main highlights of the day.

THE INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY
SJV celebrated 8th International Yoga Day on 21st June 2022 (Tuesday) in the school premises with great enthusiasm. The theme was "Yoga for humanity" .  Giving care to our body, mind and breath is yoga.  It offers peace and mindfulness  and helps us to get through our daily stress. Shri Hayagreevachar, our Hon. Secretary was the chief guest, Pallavi Badarinath and Veena C Seshadri  from Kalasampada were the guests for the day.  All the students of the school along with teachers participated  in various asanas of yoga.

The dances with various poses, the pyramid formation were treat to the eyes of audience.


75TH INDEPENDENCE DAY 


The 75TH Independence day/ Azadi ka Amruth Mahothsav was celebrated with great enthusiasm at our school Sri Jnanakshi Vidyaniketan. Plethora of programmes like group songs, group dance, action song by the tiny tots based on patriotic songs, Fancy dress representing various states, group song Har Ghar Tirangaa in which students from Nursery to Class VII were involved, the majestic march of four houses along with NCC were exhibited and this surged the spirit of patriotism in the air.  Speeches highlighting achievements by our freedom fighters were rendered in Hindi.
The Chief guest Parama pujya Sri Sri Sri Jayendra Pur Mahaswamiji shared his valuable & inspiring thoughts regarding the concept of freedom, highlighting the verses of Geetanjali – Where the mind is without fear…. And the talk by Hon.Secretary Shri Hayagreevachar highlighting the struggle of Freedom fighters & the achievements of India in these 75 years in various fields brought a complete glimpse of Azadi ka Amruth Mahothsav in the minds of the audience. 

REPORT ON HINDI  DIWAS

Sri Jnanakshi Vidyaniketan Celebrated Hindi Diwas on 14th Sept 2022, children presented unique programme. They enacted for the theme “ Azadi Ka Amruth Mahothsav” and depicted the developments in different fields like Agriculture, Industry, Space, Defense, Sports & Education field in specific NEP .The developments in the above fields after the Independence of India was highlighted. This theme was selected  to bring the awareness among the children regarding Atmanirbha Bharath and make India concept and  instil  Nationalism and regarding NEP. Children performed very well. The Chief Guest for the programme was Hon. Secretary Shri Hayagreevachar. He appreciated the theme and children’s performance and motivated to develop patriotism.
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REPORT ON TEACHER’S DAY


On 5th Sept 2022 , Teacher’s Day was celebrated traditionally by students from class I to X. The school band escorted all the teachers to the venue where the students of class I and II were ready to welcome the teachers with charming smile and colorful balloons and showed them to welcome the teachers and showed them to their places. Cultural programme were planned, practiced as well as executed by students of class X led by the school captain boys and Girls. The programme inaugurated with lighting the lamp and welcome speech followed by cultural programmes. The teachers were entertained for 4 hours nonstop with plethora of activities which included skits, dance, group song, mime act, Fashion show, and games for teachers. The chief guest were our Hon. Secretary Shri Hayagreevachar and Vision Co-ordinator Shri Ishwar Bhat ..The programme concluded with Hon.Secretary Speech, vote of thanks from Principal Ms.Jaya J, School Song and National Anthem.

SJV Staff​

REPORT ON VIGILANCE AWARENESS WEEK

As per the directive of central vigilance commission, vigilance awareness week was observed from 31st October 2022 to 6th November 2022 in this regard, BHEL conducted competitions. The theme for this year was corruption free India for a developed nation competition. Competitions were held for classes V to X.
Drawing & painting competitions were held for classes VI to VII
Elocution for classes VI & VII
Quiz for class VII
Collage & poster making for classes VI, IX, X
The students participated & won prizes
The Competitions were
Elocution
Abhinav of VI F won I prize 


 SJV STAFF

130th NATIONAL LIBRARY  DAY

130TH Birthday anniversary of Dr. S R Ranganathan (Father of library Science)  was celebrated as  National Library  Day on 24.08.2022 at Sri Jnanakshi Vidyaniketan. Dr. S R Leela   was the chief guest for the day. Programme began with lighting of the lamp by our ,Hon.Secretary Shri Hayagreevachar , Principal Ms.Jaya J , Vision co-ordinator Shri Ishwar Bhat along  with the chief guest. Invocation song followed with welcome speech, biography of Dr. S R Ranganathan  in the form of skit and a song  about the importance of reading by class X students were the programmes on this day.

Dr. S R Leela Ex. Member of Legislative Council (Former professor and Head, Department of Sanskrit) NMKRV College for Women, Bengaluru gave a motivational speech which was very informative for students. The programme concluded by vote of thanks followed by the school song and National Anthem.

74TH REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION.

Sri Jnanakshi Vidyaniketan

CBSE Affiliated : 830103

ANNUAL DAY CELEBRATION

REPORT ON ANNUAL SPORTS MEET 2022-23

SRI JNANAKSHI VIDYANIKETAN celebrated its 22nd Annual  Sports meet on the 5th of Nov 2022 with great enthusiasm and pomp . The programme started with the guard of honour to the chief guest of the day Shri Sandeep Chouti, National Kabaddi Player.

School Captains Soorya K S and Ashwini Mokhashi of Class X along with the Vice Captains led the four houses.
State level School athletes carried the torch. This was followed by sports events from tiny tots  to class 10. They were all cheered by the parents and students of their houses.
The school band displayed a spectacular number with various formation along with their instruments.  The school had organised sports for parents Of School alumni. The Chief Guest Shri Sandeep chouti in his address stated that the key to Success is hard work and patient.
The events ended with Solemn Retreat Ceremony. The Results of  march past was declared chief guest awarded the prizes for the winners. Saayujya house won the rolling trophy.
 SJV STAFF

FOUNDING DAY 2022-23.


23rd Founding Day cum Environment day  was  celebrated with great zeal on 8th June 2022 (Wednesday). Our School children rendered a euphonic melody with artistic dancing. Tree plantation was done by Hon. Secretary  Shri. Hayagreevachar, Principal Ms. Jaya J, Vision Coordinator Shri. Ishwar Bhat and by Birthday students.


Due to covid pandemic  situation SIRIGANNADA exam was conducted online  and 535 students had participated. 24 students secured state level ranks and 26 secured district level ranks.  Our school was appreciated for the best result i.e. highest number of state level ranks secured among the participation schools
 

The function was followed by the investiture ceremony. The School held the Student Council Elections for the post of Captain and Vice-Captain ( Boys and Girls). Both the Staff and the students were given a golden opportunity to choose the eligible representatives. Soorya K S and Ashwini Mokhashi of class X were elected as the Boys and the Girls Captains respectively. Arun S Raju and Sheethal S  of class IX were elected as the Boys and the Girls Vice-Captains respectively. It was a moment to behold when these leaders promised to discharge their duties honestly and sincerely and to the best of their abilities during the oath taking. The leaders were conferred with badges and sashes.