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Global Citizenship Program

Global Citizenship Program
Global Citizenship 2019-20

Grade 10 GC Marathon

Addressing Sustainable Development Goal 11 – Sustainable Cities and Communities.

Students of grade 10 culminated their GC project after several interesting sessions of surveying, analyzing and brainstorming throughout the year. As part of the last leg, students divided themselves into five groups, each working on a different topic. These included solar lighting, vertical gardening, traffic signage and regulation, electricity conservation in the corridors using motion sensors and water quality testing. Thus, yet another enriching, insightful and fulfilling year of GC came to a close.

- Tejas Nageshwaran, grade X

Every Drop Counts

Through a survey done in our school, we found that there was water wastage while gardening. Our idea to use a rubber inlet to reduce the flow rate in taps did not save water efficiently. Hence, we came up with the solution of Drip Irrigation, which saves water and nutrients by allowing water to drip slowly to the roots of plants from above the soil surface. We implemented it with the help of our GC teachers and are able to save about 100 litres of water per day.

- Reported by the Drip Irrigation team of Grade 7

Sink Filtering

Students from grade VII created strainers for sinks using glue sticks to prevent clogging of pipes in the school kitchen while washing plates and vessels.

- Grade 7 Sanitation Team

Grey Water Harvesting

Grey water refers to wastewater from non-toilet plumbing fixtures such as basins and taps. The reuse method involves diverting waste water from the sinks into a grey water collection system. The grey water is then used for cleaning the washrooms. With this system, we are saving about 40 litres of water every day.

- Grey Water Harvesting Team Grade 7

Solvathon 2020

The ‘Solvathon 2020’ was a fun and informative event organized by Reap Benefit in collaboration with CHSV. Students and teachers from various schools attended this event. Through interactive games and activities, we were taught a simple acronym (DISS- Discover, Investigate, Solve, Share) to remember the steps to ideate and solve environmental as well as civic problems. We learnt to implement this process with synergy, working as a team. We were able to build prototypes and share ideas and it was a great learning experience for everyone.

- Ahana Dey, grade VIII

Solve Ninjas in Action in the Solver Space

Bio Waste Collection Awareness

As a green initiative, our school has installed a Biogas Plant that converts bio-waste to biogas. The student council members addressed the students during assembly by showing videos. The students were encouraged to contribute by bringing vegetable peels from their homes.

Grade 6 and 7 Visiting the Bio Gas Plant

Students of Grades 6 and 7 visited the Biogas plant near the dining hall, during the Global Citizenship class to understand its functioning. They enthusiastically cleared their doubts and committed to bring vegetable waste every day.

Sustaining the Goal undertaken

Grade 12 students created Behavioral Nudges to reduce electricity usage in the school as part of SDG 7 – ‘Affordable and clean energy’. Their initiative is being sustained as they handed over the project to a group of Grade 8 students who are working on the SDG ‘Responsible consumption and production’.

Knowing the Working

The student council members actively participated in a demonstration of how vegetable waste is ground and put in the feeder of the Biogas plant.

Solver Space comes alive

The students who were part of the Solve Boot Camp went through a training session on using the Solve Ninja Arduino Kit effectively. The training was conducted by facilitators from Reap Benefit in the Solver Space. The children learnt the basics of Arduino programming and sensors. The session also enabled the students to build solutions using technology to solve problems. The main objective of the training session was to effectively utilize the solver space to build prototypes that can be implemented in the school.

Women for Women

Fundraiser for a good cause: Few students of class XI initiated their GC project. The group is working towards creating awareness on menstrual hygiene in a government aided school.

Why do you waste food?

Grade 6 students stationed themselves in the dining hall during snack and lunch and interviewed students and teachers. They collected data to study the actual reason for food wastage.

GC Solver Space Inauguration

The parent Funfest proceeds were gifted to our school as the Solver Space and children find it immensely helpful. The Solver Space was inaugurated on 8th November by handing over the keys of the space by parents to the Student Council. The space aims to encourage students to dream, build and execute solutions to real-world problems. To that end, it is well-equipped with Solve Ninja Tool kits and other materials that students can use to create hands-on solutions. Merely days after its inauguration, the space is abuzz with pupils of all grades exploring ideas and projects to solve many issues they face on a day to day basis. On behalf of the student council, we would like to thank all those who made this dream possible.

- Manasa Devi Karthik and S Raghav

Survey on food wastage

Grade 6 is engaged in collecting data through a survey to ascertain the level of food wastage in the school. They are working on the Sustainable Development Goal, ‘Zero Hunger’

Grade XII GC Pinnacle

The Grade 12 Students culminated their GC for the year by doing various hands-on activities based on their theme Affordable and Clean Energy. A group of students indigenously built a biogas plant in our group school, Raja Muthiah Boys School. Another group worked on making prototypes for solar lamps as an alternate for lamps around the school. They also prepared a proposal stating the long term advantages of using solar energy to be presented to the school management. The Behavioural Nudges group made posters and mobiles to be hung in the classrooms as reminders to turn off lights and fans. Based on the energy audit done by the students earlier in the year, they made an impactful video on saving electricity and also presented the data collected during the school assembly. Overall it was a great learning experience for the students.

Grade XI Quality Education

The grade 11 GC team went to Raja Muthiah school and Lady Rani Meyammai school to interview the students and gather inputs on quality education, higher education and general awareness in health & sanitation and digital literacy. The interaction with the students from various backgrounds of the schools was an interesting learning experience. The students of grade 11 are working on the SDG Quality Education.

Solve Ninjas in Action

Reap Benefit hosted the Solve Boot camp for selected Solve Ninjas to take their ideas one step further and be the agents of change for the problems they have identified in their communities.

Solve Boot camps accelerated the solve ninjas’ skills in identifying and solving problems with local DIY solutions, backed by data. The Boot camp this year included a series of hands-on workshops, experiences, and activities spread over 10 days. Solve Ninjas worked on prototyping and mapping friction points on the identified problem statements in the community. The culmination of the boot camp was held in the Hari Shree campus where the students exhibited their work. Students from other schools were also part of this program. All the participants were awarded certificates.

PLOG RUN

To commemorate Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary, United Way organized India Plog Run, the biggest campaign against plastic pollution to create awareness about the right disposal of plastic. Students and teachers from our school participated in this event to Detox Thiruvanmiyur Beach. “Plogging” is a combination of picking up litter while jogging.

GC- I Care Initiatives

Our Facilitator and her Initiatives

For the past 3 years, I have been diligently segregating waste generated at my home as reusable and biodegradable. The wet waste is used for composting. The segregation of waste has made me more conscious about not using plastics and paper to such an extent that I carry my own containers to collect take away from restaurants. I carry 20 litres of water while travelling. I stopped using plastic of any kind during festivals like Navarathri. I also keep sharing ideas about how we can go green to save the environment. This gives me immense satisfaction that I am doing my part for Mother Earth.

- Ms Sivakamasundari, Math Department

Campaign against Manholes

India has witnessed more than 9000 deaths and 15000 injuries due to pothole accidents over the past three years. In an attempt to reduce these tragedies, we have started a campaign through the Solve Ninja app, urging the Government of India to repair roads and close manholes.

- Shreyas Santhosh, Megnaa, T Sai Roshni, Aadhirai, S Harshitha & S K Logeswaran

Spreading Awareness through Activities

The I Care theme of Food and Well Being for the 4th graders, was internalized through role play, poster making in groups and penning poems.

Solve Ninja App

I addressed the garbage issues in my neighbourhood. I investigated the problem through observation of garbage bins in the neighbourhood and interviewing the corporation workers. I decided to upload the problem in the Solve Ninja app and it was addressed in 24 hours. Presently I am working on a prototype to conserve the energy of ACs.

- Abhinav, Grade IX

The problem I discovered was people not following the stop line at traffic signals. I decided to investigate the problem to know what people think about following the traffic rules. I collected data through google forms. I also observed the traffic signals in Adyar. Presently I am experimenting on a sensor to be fixed on the road which automatically alerts people not to cross the stop line. I believe if people become self-regulated in following the traffic rules, we can avoid accidents.

- Aaditya, grade IX

I discovered the problem of wastage of water while mopping the floors. I got the idea of solving the issue by attaching a water bottle (with a capacity of one litre) to the mop stick. There is a 6-volt battery and a button switch at the top. To complete the circuit, wires are attached from the battery to the pump and the button switch. By pressing a button attached to the bottle the water will squirt out of the bottle for mopping. This has reduced the usage of water from nearly 20 liters (bucket) to 4 litres as I need to refill the bottle only 4 times. Let’s save water!

 - Swayamprabha Narayanan, grade IX

I addressed the garbage issues near the Marina beach. With the guidance from rapid prototyping session during the solve boot camp I came with an idea to invent a sensor in the garbage bins which alerts if the bins are overflowing. I am also collecting information and creating awareness on waste segregation, proper disposal of waste and reuse of waste, through google forms.

- Sheetal N, grade VII

Our team wanted to address the problem of water scarcity. After our investigation through observations and talking to people, we built a water harvester to collect water from wash basins and reuse it in toilet cleaning. The solve boot camp was informative and interesting because we were able to address problems in our neighborhoods and surroundings. We decided to start experimenting at home with our new device. We want to spread the message that ‘Every Drop Counts’.

- T Saicharan, Sandeep Vijay and K Siddharth Kandhan, grade IX

GC Investigation in Progress

The students of Grade 12 conducted an Energy Audit to investigate energy consumption in the school. Grade 10 students did Space Audit to study the area of the school. The students of Grade 7 did a Water Audit to examine the water consumption in the school. A consolidated report and suggestions will be proposed by the students for every grade level for a conscientious change towards sustainable development.

Coastal Clean-Up

On International Coastal Clean-up Day, few students from Hari Shree Vidyalayam joined hands with Indian Maritime Foundation and the US Consulate General staff at Ashtalakshmi Temple. They cleared solid waste, especially plastic which would otherwise drift into the waters posing a severe threat to marine life. Our students along with 350 volunteers collected an alarming 1640 kgs of waste from the beach on that day alone!

Chennai Climate Strike

“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.” – Robert Swan

A few teachers and students of our school participated in the Chennai Climate Strike, a rally to create awareness about climate change and the importance of protecting coastal wetlands, with a call for action. They rallied on the Besant Nagar Beach Road carrying placards, urging the politicians and reformers to take climate change seriously. This event was a part of the ‘Global Climate Strike’ – the biggest climate mobilization in history, with rallies, awareness campaigns, and events planned in over 115 countries and in over 1000 cities around the world.

I Care

The student council addressed the issue of food wastage during the GC “I CARE” assembly session. The Asst. Head Girl, Manasa Devi, shared the inspirational story of Shriya Shankar, a college student who is the founder of Project Sitara and has worked on several social and environmental projects since the age of 14. She also motivated students to be more active in finding solutions for the food wastage issue in our school. Akkas spoke about the dumping of food by the students in the toilets and their difficulty in cleaning it up. Head Boy, Nandakumar and Prithvi house Captain, Dheekshanya also reiterated the fact of leading by example and help the students of the lower grades to stop wasting food.

A Zero Waste Generating House

We had the opportunity to visit the house of Mr. Suresh, popularly known as Solar Suresh. In order to achieve a ‘no waste generated’ house he has undertaken many projects – solar panels, rainwater harvesting, biogas plant, and kitchen gardens, all just in his house! He walked us through the process of building these eco-friendly projects. Although our school has already implemented many sustainable solutions in the past, we strive to make the school and its locality a greener place.

Grade IX – Climate Action

As part of GC we, the students of Grade IX Marutham, went around the school to measure the amount of air pollution in specific areas using Air pollution checking equipment. We were not surprised to see that the amount of air pollution changed as we neared more traffic-congested areas. It was an interesting experience that gave us an insight into the surprising amount of pollution in our very own neighbourhood.

Quality Education

As a part of the 11th grade G.C. project on quality education, Mr. Sai Krishnan conducted an inspiring and eye-opening session for the students that helped them recognize the importance of education to uplift people’s lives. We realized that in order to impart quality education; all that is needed is an idea and the passion to follow it through.

 - Anya Rajyalakshmi Rajha, Amrutha Nathan and Dheekshanya, grade XI

As a part of Hari Shree’s Global Citizenship initiative, students from Grade 6 to 12 undertook a Pre-Engagement Assessment conducted by the Reap Benefit Team. This assessment helped gauge the students’ present level of understanding, problem-solving and local governance.

Global Citizenship 2018-19

Our Global Citizenship program helps students understand global issues and enables them to address real world challenges in practical ways. It was initiated by Ms.Geetha Muthiah, the school director with the intention of translating the vision of the school into action – Educate individuals to become compassionate, responsible global citizens and contribute towards sustainable development.

As part of the program, students of the school from grades VI to XII spend 1 hour every week on projects of their choice – chosen from themes connected to the UN sustainable development goals. During the academic year 2018-19, students worked towards achieving zero waste in school. The aim is to move from school to homes to the community.

Some of the broad themes and the outcomes are listed below:

Waste Management- Waste is segregated into dry and wet waste. The wet waste is composted, the dry waste is upcycled every where possible. An intuitive waste segregation bin has been designed by the students. A few prototypes have been strategically placed to test the model. The wet waste is being composted by students. They tested out 5 models of composting – roller bin, pit, kambha, wooden crate and plastic drum – to see what will work best for the school. Students have begun the process at their homes as well. The school support staff has been trained so that the process is sustainable. Students have now moved onto campaigning in the community, their first campaign was in a neighbouring apartment. Next they plan to work with local residents associations and the corporation to address the waste management issues in the neighbourhood.

Wet Waste Management

Dry Waste Management

Community Engagement

Upcycling – The upcycling teams are making hand-made paper with all the paper generated in the school premises. They have made pen stands with old trophy boxes and covered it with school uniform bits. They have also learnt to make ‘dhonnai’ from badam and mandaram leaves and supplied it to the school canteen and during school events. The coconut shells generated in the school kitchen have been upcycled into various products like wind chimes, incense holders etc. The upcycling team are also working on sustainable menstrual products. They have sourced cloth pad making kits from eco femme in Pondicherry and are stitching them. They want to change their own practices, campaign for sustainable menstrual practices in their school and community. The students are also working on giving these to the students of Kumara Raja government school nearby to convince them also to adopt the cloth pad practice. This will address the affordability and hygiene issues those girls are facing. Eventually, they want to teach those students to make their own cloth pads.

Good Health and Well Being – A group of students are working on good health and well being. As a part of this, they have evaluated their own fitness levels (12 min run, plank, shuttle run, BMI). They moved onto doing fitness tests for the rest of the school and then parents, teachers and support staff. A 21 day fitness challenge was extended to the parent community during sports day. This included physical, social, emotional and nutritional challenges. A mega fitness event conducted received excellent feedback from the extended community. Students organized healthy food and fireless cooking sessions and compiled a healthy recipe booklet and a fitness challenge calendar to further promote their cause.

Community Fitness

Food and Agriculture – The ‘Food and Agriculture’ group have grown spinach and other vegetables in school and they have also put up a vertical garden with plastic bottles. The compost generated in school is used by this group. The students created a DIY instructional booklet on growing a vertical garden and are now working on setting up similar gardens in the community. A visit to an actual farm and experiencing the activities first hand reinforced their learning and presented the larger picture.

Energy Conservation – The energy conservation group conducted energy audits within the school premises. They interviewed people from different sections of society to better understand consumption patterns and also learnt to read electricity bills. Following which, they worked on switch board mapping in the common areas of the school to reduce the current wasted. This technique assists in the non-usage of unnecessary lights and fans in large spaces.

Water Conservation – The water conservation groups conducted water audits in various spaces to understand the flow rate of water. Following which, they worked on making prototypes of aerators to control the water flow and also did flush tank optimization by low cost methods. They also made seed balls which they distributed to the primary grade students during a school event.

Literacy and Education – The students working on ‘Education for All’ conducted a book drive in school, more than 1500 books were collected. The members of the school student council worked on identifying suitable recipients for these books. They were distributed to various deserving corporation schools in Chennai and also a flood affected school in Kerala.

Hunger and Poverty – A group of students working on Hunger and Poverty addressed food wastage in the school and community. Campaigns were conducted among primary students to reiterate the message and students did a data analysis of the food being wasted in the school dining hall. Simple measures were taken following the data analysis and the school support staff were also oriented on how serving sizes can be reduced on certain days. They participated in ‘Daan Utsav’ – India’s festival of giving  and also worked with ‘Ayyamittu Unn’, the community fridge NGO, in various locations in the city where excess unused food is redistributed to the needy.

Our older students engage periodically with our primary grade students through assemblies and class campaigns to communicate the message of sustainability among them.

We also conducted a civic and environmental problem solving workshop in school ‘Hari Shree Hackathon’. It was conducted by our global citizenship partner, Reap Benefit, an organization that works towards building the next generation of problem solvers. As a part of this our students developed many innovative prototypes like smart sensor taps and showers that can detect water flow, optimized flush tanks, smart walking stick for the blind etc.

A final sustainability project exhibition was organized where all the different groups got to present their work and sell their projects to the parent and extended community. The highlight was the workshops conducted by the students to the visitors on making paper bags, eco-friendly ‘cups and plates with leaves’, hand made paper and cloth pad stitching. Notable residents working on environmental issues also attended the event, motivated the children and are now giving the students real time guidance and opportunities to make a difference outside school.

 

Tentative Academic Schedule 2015-16

Day Date Events Exam Dates
Mon 01-Jun-15 Reopening for Class 10 & 12
Tue 02-Jun-15
Wed 03-Jun-15
Thu 04-Jun-15
Fri 05-Jun-15
Sat 06-Jun-15 No school for Class 10 & 12
Sun 07-Jun-15
Mon 08-Jun-15 Reopening for Classes 2-9 12 – Semester I
Tue 09-Jun-15 12 – Study Holiday
Wed 10-Jun-15 Reopening for Class 11 12 – Semester I
Thu 11-Jun-15 12 – Study Holiday
Fri 12-Jun-15 12 – Semester I
Sat 13-Jun-15
Sun 14-Jun-15
Mon 15-Jun-15 PTM 12 – Semester I
Tue 16-Jun-15 12 – Study Holiday
Wed 17-Jun-15 12 – Semester I
Thu 18-Jun-15 12 – Semester I
Fri 19-Jun-15
Sat 20-Jun-15 Class 9-12: Working Day
Sun 21-Jun-15
Mon 22-Jun-15
Tue 23-Jun-15
Wed 24-Jun-15
Thu 25-Jun-15
Fri 26-Jun-15 The Vizha
Sat 27-Jun-15
Sun 28-Jun-15
Mon 29-Jun-15
Tue 30-Jun-15
Wed 01-Jul-15
Thu 02-Jul-15
Fri 03-Jul-15 ASISC Drawing & Painting, Madurai
Sat 04-Jul-15 PTM
Class 9-12: Working Day
Sun 05-Jul-15
Mon 06-Jul-15 10 – Semester I
Tue 07-Jul-15 10 – Semester I
Wed 08-Jul-15 10 – Study Holiday
Thu 09-Jul-15 10 – Semester I
Fri 10-Jul-15 ASISC Debate, Declamation,
Creative Writing, Quiz – Primrose, Chennai
10 – Semester I
Sat 11-Jul-15
Sun 12-Jul-15
Mon 13-Jul-15 10 – Semester I
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 1
Tue 14-Jul-15 10 – Semester I
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 1
Wed 15-Jul-15 10 – Study Holiday
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 1
Thu 16-Jul-15 10 – Semester I
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 1
Fri 17-Jul-15 10 – Semester I
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 1
Sat 18-Jul-15 Ramzan
Sun 19-Jul-15
Mon 20-Jul-15 PTM 10 – Semester I
12 – Continuous Assessment 2
Tue 21-Jul-15 10 – Semester I
12 – Continuous Assessment 2
Wed 22-Jul-15 12 – Continuous Assessment 2
Thu 23-Jul-15 12 – Continuous Assessment 2
Fri 24-Jul-15 12 – Continuous Assessment 2
11 – Continuous Assessment 1 (Eng Lang)
9 – Continuous Assessment 1 (Eng Lang & Elective)
Sat 25-Jul-15
Sun 26-Jul-15
Mon 27-Jul-15 12 – Continuous Assessment 2
11 – Continuous Assessment 1
9 – Continuous Assessment 1 (2 exams)
Tue 28-Jul-15 11 – Continuous Assessment 1
9 – Continuous Assessment 1
Wed 29-Jul-15 11 – Continuous Assessment 1
9 – Continuous Assessment 1
Thu 30-Jul-15 11 – Continuous Assessment 1
9 – Continuous Assessment 1
Fri 31-Jul-15 11 – Continuous Assessment 1
9 – Continuous Assessment 1
Sat 01-Aug-15 ASISC Swimming, Pollachi
PTM
Class 9-12: Working Day
Sun 02-Aug-15
Mon 03-Aug-15 9 – Continuous Assessment 1 (2 exams)
Tue 04-Aug-15
Wed 05-Aug-15 Tamil Day Celebrations
Thu 06-Aug-15
Fri 07-Aug-15 ASISC Athletic Meet – Tuticorin
Sat 08-Aug-15 ASISC Athletic Meet – Tuticorin
Sun 09-Aug-15
Mon 10-Aug-15 ASSET Exam
Tue 11-Aug-15 ASSET Exam
Wed 12-Aug-15 ASSET Exam
Thu 13-Aug-15 ASISC Cricket, Erode
Fri 14-Aug-15 ASISC Cricket, Erode
Sat 15-Aug-15 Independence Day – Flag Hoisting Ceremony
Sun 16-Aug-15
Mon 17-Aug-15 PTM 10 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 2
Tue 18-Aug-15 10 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 2
Wed 19-Aug-15 10 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 2
Thu 20-Aug-15 10 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 2
Fri 21-Aug-15 ASISC Basket Ball, Marthandam 10 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 2
Sat 22-Aug-15 ASISC Basket Ball, Marthandam
Sun 23-Aug-15
Mon 24-Aug-15 Term I Break
Tue 25-Aug-15 Term I Break
Wed 26-Aug-15 Term I Break
Thu 27-Aug-15 Term I Break
Fri 28-Aug-15 Varalakshmi Viratham & Onam
Sat 29-Aug-15 ASISC Tennis, Yercaud
Term I Break
Sun 30-Aug-15 ASISC Tennis, Yercaud
Mon 31-Aug-15 12 – Semester II (Literature)
Tue 01-Sep-15 12 – Study Holiday
Wed 02-Sep-15 12 – Semester II
Thu 03-Sep-15 ANCQ (Australian National Chemistry Quiz) Class 7-12 12 – Study Holiday
Fri 04-Sep-15 ASISC Football Meet, Vellore
Teacher’s Day Celebration
12 – Semester II
Sat 05-Sep-15 ASISC Football Meet, Vellore
School Holiday for Gokulashtami (PTM rescheduled to 7/9/15)
Sun 06-Sep-15
Mon 07-Sep-15 PTM 12 – Semester II
Tue 08-Sep-15 12 – Study Holiday
Wed 09-Sep-15 12 – Semester II
Thu 10-Sep-15 12 – Semester II (English Lang)
Fri 11-Sep-15
Sat 12-Sep-15
Sun 13-Sep-15
Mon 14-Sep-15
Tue 15-Sep-15
Wed 16-Sep-15
Thu 17-Sep-15 Vinayakar Chathurthi
Fri 18-Sep-15
Sat 19-Sep-15
Sun 20-Sep-15
Mon 21-Sep-15 PTM 10 – Continuous Assessment 3
11 – Semester I
Tue 22-Sep-15 10 – Continuous Assessment 3
11 – Study Holiday
Wed 23-Sep-15 National Cyber Olympiad 10 – Continuous Assessment 3
11 – Semester I
Thu 24-Sep-15 Bakrid – Holiday  10 – Continuous Assessment 3
11 – Study Holiday
Fri 25-Sep-15 10 – Continuous Assessment 3
11 – Semester I
Sat 26-Sep-15
Sun 27-Sep-15
Mon 28-Sep-15 6-9 – Semester I
11 – Semester 1
Tue 29-Sep-15 6-9 – Semester I
11 – Study Holiday
Wed 30-Sep-15 6-9 – Semester I
11 – Semester 1
Thu 01-Oct-15 6-9 – Semester I
11 – Semester 1
Fri 02-Oct-15 Gandhi Jayanthi
Sat 03-Oct-15 Half working day for classes IX to XII  9 – Semester I
Sun 04-Oct-15
Mon 05-Oct-15 6-9 – Semester I
12 – Continuous Assessment 3
Tue 06-Oct-15 6-9 – Semester I
12 – Continuous Assessment 3
Wed 07-Oct-15 6-9 – Study Holiday
12 – Continuous Assessment 3
Thu 08-Oct-15 6-9 – Semester I
12 – Continuous Assessment 3
Fri 09-Oct-15 6-9 – Semester I
12 – Continuous Assessment 3
Sat 10-Oct-15
Sun 11-Oct-15
Mon 12-Oct-15 6-9 – Semester I
12 – Continuous Assessment 3
Tue 13-Oct-15 6-8 – Semester I
Wed 14-Oct-15 Navarathri holidays
Thu 15-Oct-15 Navarathri holidays
Fri 16-Oct-15 Navarathri holidays
Sat 17-Oct-15
Sun 18-Oct-15
Mon 19-Oct-15 Navarathri holidays(Classes IX to XII PTM postponed to 24/10/15)
Tue 20-Oct-15 Navarathri holidays
Wed 21-Oct-15 Ayutha Pooja – Holiday
Thu 22-Oct-15 Vijaya Dasami – Holiday
Fri 23-Oct-15 Working day for classes IX to XII 10 – Semester 2
Sat 24-Oct-15 Class XII – Special Class
Sun 25-Oct-15
Mon 26-Oct-15 Reopening for classes II to VIII 10 – Semester 2
Tue 27-Oct-15 10 – Semester 2
Wed 28-Oct-15 Report Card for Class XI
(2:30 – 3:30 pm)
10 – Study Holiday
Thu 29-Oct-15 10 – Semester 2
Fri 30-Oct-15 10 – Semester 2
Sat 31-Oct-15 CHSVMUN
Sun 01-Nov-15 CHSVMUN 
Mon 02-Nov-15 10 – Semester 2
Tue 03-Nov-15 10 – Semester 2
Wed 04-Nov-15 Report Card for classes VI to IX(1:45 – 3:30 pm) 10 -  Semester 2
Thu 05-Nov-15 National Science Olympiad 10 – Semester 2
Fri 06-Nov-15 10 – Semester 2
Sat 07-Nov-15
Sun 08-Nov-15
Mon 09-Nov-15 Deepavali holidays
Tue 10-Nov-15 Deepavali holidays
Wed 11-Nov-15 Deepavali holidays
Thu 12-Nov-15
Fri 13-Nov-15
Sat 14-Nov-15 Children’s Day / Deepavali Celebrations
Children come in Ethnic Wear
Sun 15-Nov-15
Mon 16-Nov-15 PTM for classes IX to XII
(2:30 – 3:30 pm)
Tue 17-Nov-15
Wed 18-Nov-15
Thu 19-Nov-15
Fri 20-Nov-15
Sat 21-Nov-15
Sun 22-Nov-15
Mon 23-Nov-15
Tue 24-Nov-15
Wed 25-Nov-15
Thu 26-Nov-15
Fri 27-Nov-15
Sat 28-Nov-15
Sun 29-Nov-15
Mon 30-Nov-15
Tue 01-Dec-15
Wed 02-Dec-15
Thu 03-Dec-15
Fri 04-Dec-15
Sat 05-Dec-15
Sun 06-Dec-15
Mon 07-Dec-15
Tue 08-Dec-15
Wed 09-Dec-15
Thu 10-Dec-15
Fri 11-Dec-15
Sat 12-Dec-15
Sun 13-Dec-15
Mon 14-Dec-15 12 – Pre Board 1
11 – Continuous Assessment 2
Tue 15-Dec-15 12 – Pre Board 1
11 – Continuous Assessment 2
Wed 16-Dec-15 12 – Pre Board 1
11 – Continuous Assessment 2
Thu 17-Dec-15 12 – Pre Board 1
11 – Continuous Assessment 2
Fri 18-Dec-15 12 – Pre Board 1
11 – Continuous Assessment 2
Sat 19-Dec-15 Working day for classes II to XII 12 – Pre Board 1
11 – Continuous Assessment 2
Sun 20-Dec-15  
Mon 21-Dec-15 PTM for classes II to VIII
Tue 22-Dec-15
Wed 23-Dec-15 Anbukkarangal
Christmas Celebrations
Talent show for 10 and 12 – Pradarshan
Thu 24-Dec-15 Christmas Holiday
Fri 25-Dec-15 Christmas Holiday
Sat 26-Dec-15 Christmas Holiday
Sun 27-Dec-15
Mon 28-Dec-15 Working day for classes II to XII
Tue 29-Dec-15 Working day for classes II to XII
Wed 30-Dec-15 Working day for classes II to XII
Thu 31-Dec-15 Half Working day for classes II to XII
Fri 01-Jan-16 Term II Break
Sat 02-Jan-16 Term II Break
Sun 03-Jan-16 Term II Break
Mon 04-Jan-16 Term III Reopening 10 – Pre Board 1
12 – Pre Board 2
9 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 3 
Tue 05-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 1
12 – Study Holiday
9 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 3 
Wed 06-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 1
12 – Pre Board 2
9 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 3 
Thu 07-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 1
12 – Study Holiday
9 – Continuous Assessment 2
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 3 
Fri 08-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 1
12 – Pre Board 2
9 – Continuous Assessment 2
7-8 – Continuous Assessment 3 
Sat 09-Jan-16 Working day for classes II to XII 10 – Pre Board 1
12 – Pre Board 2
9 – Continuous Assessment 2
Sun 10-Jan-16
Mon 11-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 1
12 – Pre Board 2
9 – Continuous Assessment 2
Tue 12-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 1
12 – Pre Board 2
9 – Continuous Assessment 2
Wed 13-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 1
Thu 14-Jan-16 Bhogi Holiday
Fri 15-Jan-16 Pongal Holiday
Sat 16-Jan-16 Mattu pongal Holiday
Sun 17-Jan-16
Mon 18-Jan-16 PTM
Tue 19-Jan-16
Wed 20-Jan-16 Intenational English Olympiad
Pongal Celebration
10 – Study Holiday
Thu 21-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Fri 22-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Sat 23-Jan-16 Working day for classes II to XII 10 – Pre Board 2
Sun 24-Jan-16
Mon 25-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Tue 26-Jan-16 Republic Day – Flag hoisting ceremony
Wed 27-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Thu 28-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Fri 29-Jan-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Sat 30-Jan-16 Half Working day for classes VI to XII 10 – Pre Board 2
Sun 31-Jan-16
Mon 01-Feb-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Tue 02-Feb-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Wed 03-Feb-16 10 – Pre Board 2
Thu 04-Feb-16
Fri 05-Feb-16
Sat 06-Feb-16 Working day for classes II to XII
Sun 07-Feb-16
Mon 08-Feb-16 Sports Heats for classes V to XII
Tue 09-Feb-16
Wed 10-Feb-16 Sports Day for classes V to XII 10 – Error Correction
Thu 11-Feb-16 10 – Error Correction
Fri 12-Feb-16 10 – Error Correction
Sat 13-Feb-16
Sun 14-Feb-16
Mon 15-Feb-16 PTM 11 – Semester II
Tue 16-Feb-16 11 – Study Holiday
Wed 17-Feb-16 Class VIII Outbound Trip 11 – Semester II
Thu 18-Feb-16 Class VIII Outbound Trip 11 – Study Holiday
Fri 19-Feb-16 Class VIII Outbound Trip 11 – Semester II
9 – Semester II
Sat 20-Feb-16 Class VIII Outbound Trip 11 – Semester II
Sun 21-Feb-16 Class VIII Outbound Trip
Mon 22-Feb-16 9 – Semester II
11 – Semester II
Tue 23-Feb-16 9 – Semester II
11 – Study Holiday
Wed 24-Feb-16 Junior Sports Carnival – Class II  9 – Study Holiday
11 – Semester II
Thu 25-Feb-16 Junior Sports Carnival – Class III  9 – Semester II
Fri 26-Feb-16 Junior Sports Carnival – Class IV  9 – Semester II
Sat 27-Feb-16 Working day for classes II to XII 9 – Semester II
Sun 28-Feb-16
Mon 29-Feb-16 9 – Semester II
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 4
Tue 01-Mar-16 9 – Semester II
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 4
Wed 02-Mar-16 9 – Study Holiday
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 4
Thu 03-Mar-16 9 – Semester II
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 4
Fri 04-Mar-16 9 – Semester II
6-8 – Continuous Assessment 4
Sat 05-Mar-16 Fun Fest 2016
Sun 06-Mar-16
Mon 07-Mar-16
Tue 08-Mar-16
Wed 09-Mar-16
Thu 10-Mar-16 Class X & XII – Reopening
Annual Day for classes II & III
Fri 11-Mar-16 Annual Day for classes IV & V
Sat 12-Mar-16 Annual Day for classes VI to IX & XI
Sun 13-Mar-16
Mon 14-Mar-16
Tue 15-Mar-16
Wed 16-Mar-16
Thu 17-Mar-16
Fri 18-Mar-16
Sat 19-Mar-16 Holiday
Sun 20-Mar-16
Mon 21-Mar-16 PTM
Tue 22-Mar-16
Wed 23-Mar-16
Thu 24-Mar-16
Fri 25-Mar-16
Sat 26-Mar-16
Sun 27-Mar-16
Mon 28-Mar-16 6-8 – Semester II
Tue 29-Mar-16 6-8 – Semester II
Wed 30-Mar-16 6-8 – Study Holiday
Thu 31-Mar-16 6-8 – Semester II
Fri 01-Apr-16 Varnajalam 6-8 – Semester II
Sat 02-Apr-16 Varnajalam
PTM for classes II to IV
Half working day for classes 9(10) & 11(12)
6-8 – Study Holiday
Sun 03-Apr-16
Mon 04-Apr-16 Varnajalam PTM for Grade V 6-8 – Semester II
Tue 05-Apr-16 6-8 – Semester II
Wed 06-Apr-16 6-8 – Study Holiday
Thu 07-Apr-16 6-8 – Semester II
Fri 08-Apr-16 7 & 8 – Semester II
6 – Error Correction (Full working day for class VI)
Sat 09-Apr-16
Sun 10-Apr-16
Mon 11-Apr-16   7 & 8 – Semester II
6 – Error Correction (Full working day for class VI)
11(12) – Continuous Assessment 1
Tue 12-Apr-16 6-8 – Error Correction (Full working day for classes VI to VIII)
11(12) – Continuous Assessment 1
Wed 13-Apr-16 Last working day for classes II to VIII 6-8 - Error Correction
11(12) – Continuous Assessment 1
Thu 14-Apr-16 Tamil New Year – Holiday
Fri 15-Apr-16 Holiday
Sat 16-Apr-16
Sun 17-Apr-16
Mon 18-Apr-16 Class IX starts for Class VIII 9(10) – Continuous Assessment 1
11(12) – Continuous Assessment 1
Tue 19-Apr-16 9(10) – Continuous Assessment 1
11(12) – Continuous Assessment 1
Wed 20-Apr-16 9(10) – Continuous Assessment 1
11(12) – Continuous Assessment 1
Thu 21-Apr-16 9(10) – Continuous Assessment 1
Fri 22-Apr-16 Class VI to VIII: Issue of Report Cards
Last Working Day for Teachers 
9(10) – Continuous Assessment 1
Sat 23-Apr-16
Sun 24-Apr-16
Mon 25-Apr-16 9(10) – Continuous Assessment 1 
Tue 26-Apr-16 9(10) – Continuous Assessment 1
Wed 27-Apr-16 9(10) – Continuous Assessment 1 
Thu 28-Apr-16
Fri 29-Apr-16 Last Working Day – Class VIII, IX & XI
Sat 30-Apr-16
Sun 01-May-16

 

Sports

Sports

Physical Education trends have developed recently to incorporate a greater variety of activities. Introducing students to lifetime activities at an early age can help students develop good activity habits that will carry over into adulthood.

Playing sports brings many benefits for children: exercise, coordination, improved motor skills and development of a child’s body are among the most obvious. Beyond healthy fitness, practice and play can also teach a child how to deal with success, failure, stress and competition.

Chettinad Hari Shree Vidyalayam in association with Chettinad Vidya Mandir(Karur) offers a comprehensive sports program for children from class 7 upwards. The Karur campus has first-class, state of the art facilities. Football, snooker, badminton (shuttle), horse riding, hockey, basketball, volleyball, etc. are some of the popular sports that are played on the premises. Tennis courts, cricket fields, a swimming pool of semi-international standard are facilities that help in developing the competitive spirit and sportsmanship among the students. There is also a Gymnasium where the children are introduced to a planned fitness regime in order to improve their strength and stamina.

By immersing the children in practice sessions every day, young campers will be rewarded by the efforts they are putting in, and often experience a renewed enthusiasm for their sport. The sports camp aims to teach children behaviors such as how to do their best, strive for excellence and improve with perseverance, hard work, practice and determination.

From The Director

From The Director

Dear Children, 

Life is a university. Every situation is an opportunity to learn. We don’t need a physical classroom with a time slot to learn. The whole world is our classroom and we learn every moment of our lives. 

Life teaches us lessons all the time. 

When a situation is particularly difficult or challenging, we can EITHER complain, resist, be scared, be sad, get angry OR we can ask ourselves ‘what is it I need to learn from this situation?’ When you seek a learning experience, you learn acceptance, tolerance, patience, courage, love, forgiveness, value of relationships, hard work and persistence. 

There are two types of situations: situations we can change; and situations that we can’t. We don’t have control over many situations. Things may or may not go our way. For example, we cannot control a tsunami or the recession; we cannot change our parents, the subjects we learn (at least in school),our classmates and our teachers. 

However, there are situations we can do something about. We can change our perception to things, how we react to events, how we act. We cannot stop the rain but we can hold up an umbrella so that we don’t get wet. If we get low marks, we can either say – ‘the teacher deliberately gave me low marks’ or ‘I was not well that day’ or ‘the student  next to me distracted me’ OR we can see the message – the lesson, ‘I need to work harder’, and act on it.  

We choose how we react and act. We work on what is within our control. 

I would like to conclude with a prayer in Swami Dayananda Saraswati’s morning meditation series: 

Lord may I have the maturity to accept gracefully what I cannot change; the will and effort to change what I can; and the wisdom to know the difference between what I can and cannot change.” 

Mull over this. Internalize it. 

I wish you all the very best. 

With Love,

Smt. Geetha Muthiah

Director

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School Timings (2016-17)

CHETTINAD HARI SHREE VIDYALAYAM
SCHEDULE FOR THE DAY DURING 2016-2017
JUNIOR SCHOOL 2-5 ACTIVITY SENIOR SCHOOL 6-12
START COMPLETION START COMPLETION
8.20 AM ARRIVAL – TEACHERS 7.45 AM
8.30 AM ARRIVAL – STUDENTS 7.50 AM
8:30 AM 8:40 AM Homeroom period 7.50 AM 8:00 AM
8:40 AM 8:50 AM ASSEMBLY 8:00 AM 8:10 AM
8:50 AM 9:30 AM PERIOD I 8:10 AM 8:50 AM
PERIOD II 8:50 AM 9:30 AM
9:30 AM 9:50 AM BREAKFAST/SNACKS 9:30 AM 9:50 AM
9:50 AM 10:30 AM PERIOD II
10:30 AM 11:10 AM PERIOD III 9:50 AM 10:30 AM
11:10 AM 11:50 AM PERIOD IV 10:30 AM 11:10 AM
11:50 AM 12:30 PM PERIOD V 11:10 AM 11:50 AM
PERIOD VI 11:50 AM 12:30 PM
12:30 PM 1:00 PM LUNCH 12:30 PM 1:00 PM
1:00 PM 1:40 PM PERIOD VI
1:40 PM 2:20 PM PERIOD VII 1:00 PM 1:40 PM
2:20 PM 3:00 PM PERIOD VIII 1:40 PM 2:20 PM
PERIOD IX 2:20 PM 3:00 PM
3:00 PM DEPARTURE – VAN STUDENTS 3:00 PM
3:05 PM DEPARTURE – ALL STUDENTS 3:05 PM
4:00 PM DEPARTURE – TEACHERS 4:00 PM

Archives – Tentative Academic Schedule 2017-18

Date – Day Events

Important Dates
PP I to Class I

Exam Dates
II to V

Exam Dates
VI to VIII

Exam Dates
IX & X

Exam
Dates
XI & XII

02 June 2017 – Fri Orientation for grade II
03 June 2017 – Sat Orientation for grades VI to IX
04 June 2017 – Sun
5 June 2017 – Mon Orientation for grade III
6 June 2017 – Tue Orientation for grades IV & XI
7 June 2017 – Wed Orientation for grade V
8 June 2017 – Thu School re-opens for PP I, Grades IX to XII
9 June 2017 – Fri
10 June 2017 – Sat
11 June 2017 – Sun
12 June 2017 – Mon School re-opens for PP II to VIII
13 June 2017 – Tue
14 June 2017 – Wed
15 June 2017 – Thu
16 June 2017 – Fri
17 June 2017 – Sat
18 June 2017 – Sun
19 June 2017 – Mon
20 June 2017 – Tue
21 June 2017 – Wed International Yoga Day
22 June 2017 – Thu
23 June 2017 – Fri
24 June 2017 – Sat
25 June 2017 – Sun
26 June 2017 – Mon Ramzan – Holiday
27 June 2017 – Tue
28 June 2017 – Wed
29 June 2017 – Thu
30 June 2017 – Fri
1st July 2017 – Sat
2nd July 2017 – Sun
3rd July 2017 – Mon

X – Sem 1

4th July 2017 – Tue

X – Sem 1

5th July 2017 – Wed

XII – Sem 1 (Prac)

6th July 2017 – Thu

X – Sem 1

XII – Sem 1 (Prac)

7th July 2017 – Fri

X – Sem 1

XII – Sem 1 (Prac)

8th July 2017 – Sat
9th July 2017 – Sun
10th July 2017 – Mon

CA 1

X – Sem 1

XII – Sem 1

11th July 2017 – Tue

CA 1

X – Sem 1

12th July 2017 – Wed

CA 1

X – Study Holiday

XII – Sem 1

13th July 2017 – Thu

CA 1

X – Sem 1

14th July 2017 – Fri

CA 1

X – Sem 1

XII – Sem 1

15th July 2017 – Sat
16th July 2017 – Sun
17th July 2017 – Mon

X – Sem 1

XII – Sem 1

18th July 2017 – Tue

X – Sem 1

19th July 2017 – Wed  XII – Sem 1
20th July 2017 – Thu  XII – Sem 1
21st July 2017 – Fri
22nd July 2017 – Sat
23rd July 2017 – Sun
24th July 2017 – Mon
25th July 2017 – Tue The Vizha
26th July 2017 – Wed Sports Heats (VI to XII)
27th July 2017 – Thu
28th July 2017 – Fri

IX – CA 1

29th July 2017 – Sat
30th July 2017 – Sun
31st July 2017 – Mon

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

1st Aug 2017 – Tue

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

2nd Aug 2017 – Wed

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

3rd Aug 2017 – Thu

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

4th Aug 2017 – Fri Varalakshmi Nonbu – Holiday
5th Aug 2017 – Sat
6th Aug 2017 – Sun
7th Aug 2017 – Mon

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

8th Aug 2017 – Tue Sports Day (II to XII)

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

9th Aug 2017 – Wed Holiday

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

10th Aug 2017 – Thu

CA 2

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

11th Aug 2017 – Fri

CA 2

12th Aug 2017 – Sat
13th Aug 2017 – Sun
14th Aug 2017 – Mon Krishna Jayanthi – Holiday
15th Aug 2017 – Tue Independence Day – Holiday
16th Aug 2017 – Wed  CA 2

IX – CA 1

XI – CA 1

17th Aug 2017 – Thu CA 2
18th Aug 2017 – Fri  CA 2
19th Aug 2017 – Sat CHSV MUN
20th Aug 2017 – Sun CHSV MUN
21st Aug 2017 – Mon
22nd Aug 2017 – Tue
23rd Aug 2017 – Wed ANCQ- Australian  National Chemistry Quiz 
24th Aug 2017 – Thu
25th Aug 2017 – Fri Vinayagar Chathurthi – Holiday
26th Aug 2017 – Sat
27th Aug 2017 – Sun
28th Aug 2017 – Mon

X – CA 2

XII – CA 2

29th Aug 2017 – Tue

X – CA 2

XII – CA 2

30th Aug 2017 – Wed

X – CA 2

XII – CA 2

31st Aug 2017 – Thu

X – CA 2

XII – CA 2

1st Sep 2017 – Fri

X – CA 2

XII – CA 2

2nd Sep 2017 – Sat
3rd Sep 2017 – Sun
4th Sep 2017 – Mon
5th Sep 2017 – Tue

6th Sep 2017 – Wed

Review 1

Sem 1

IX – Study Holiday
X – CA 2

XI – Sem 1

7th Sep 2017 – Thu

Review 1

Study Holiday

IX – Sem 1

XI – Sem 1

8th Sep 2017 – Fri

Review 1

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Sem 1

9th Sep 2017 – Sat
10th Sep 2017 – Sun
11th Sep 2017 – Mon

Review 1

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Sem 1

12th Sep 2017 – Tue

Review 1

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Study Holiday

13th Sep 2017 – Wed

Review 1

Study Holiday

IX – Study Holiday

XI – Sem 1

14th Sep 2017 – Thu

Review 1

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Study Holiday

15th Sep 2017 – Fri

Review 1

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Sem 1

16th Sep 2017 – Sat
17th Sep 2017 – Sun
18th Sep 2017 – Mon

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Sem 1

19th Sep 2017 – Tue

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Sem 1

20th Sep 2017 – Wed

Study Holiday

IX – Study Holiday

XI – Sem 1

21st Sep 2017 – Thu

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Sem 1

22nd Sep 2017 – Fri

Sem 1

IX – Sem 1

XI – Sem 1

23rd Sep 2017 – Sat I – Term Holidays
24th Sep 2017 – Sun I – Term Holidays
25th Sep 2017 – Mon I – Term Holidays
26th Sep 2017 – Tue I – Term Holidays
27th Sep 2017 – Wed I – Term Holidays
28th Sep 2017 – Thu I – Term Holidays
29th Sep 2017 – Fri I – Term Holidays
30th Sep 2017 – Sat I – Term Holidays
1st Oct 2017 – Sun I – Term Holidays
2nd Oct 2017 – Mon I – Term Holidays
3rd Oct 2017 – Tue I – Term Holidays
4th Oct 2017 – Wed School re-opens

X – Sem 2

XII – Sem 2

5th Oct 2017 – Thu

X – Sem 2

XII – Sem 2

6th Oct 2017 – Fri IEO – International English Olympiad

X – Sem 2

XII – Sem 2

7th Oct 2017 – Sat
8th Oct 2017 – Sun
9th Oct 2017 – Mon

X – Sem 2

XII – Sem 2

10th Oct 2017 – Tue IGKO – International General Knowledge Olympiad

X – Sem 2

11th Oct 2017 – Wed

XII – Sem 2

12th Oct 2017 – Thu

X – Sem 2

13th Oct 2017 – Fri Field Trip – Grade V

X – Sem 2

XII – Sem 2

14th Oct 2017 – Sat
15th Oct 2017 – Sun
16th Oct 2017 – Mon

X – Sem 2

XII – Sem 2

17th Oct 2017 – Tue

X – Sem 2

18th Oct 2017 – Wed Diwali Holidays
19th Oct 2017 – Thu Diwali Holidays
20th Oct 2017 – Fri Diwali Holidays
21st Oct 2017 – Sat Diwali Holidays
22nd Oct 2017 – Sun Diwali Holidays
23rd Oct 2017 – Mon

X – Sem 2

XII – Sem 2

24th Oct 2017 – Tue

X – Sem 2

XII – Sem 2

25th Oct 2017 – Wed

X – Error Correction

XII – Error Correction

26th Oct 2017 – Thu

X – Error Correction

XII – Error Correction

27th Oct 2017 – Fri Field Trip – Grade IV

X – Error Correction

XII – Error Correction

28th Oct 2017 – Sat Compensatory Working Day for II to XII

X – Error Correction

29th Oct 2017 – Sun
30th Oct 2017 – Mon
31st Oct 2017 – Tue
1st Nov 2017 – Wed
2nd Nov 2017 – Thu
3rd Nov 2017 – Fri
4th Nov 2017 – Sat General Exhibition
5th Nov 2017 – Sun
6th Nov 2017 – Mon

Review 2

CA 3

7th Nov 2017 – Tue

Review 2

CA 3

8th Nov 2017 – Wed

Review 2

CA 3

9th Nov 2017 – Thu

Review 2

CA 3

10th Nov 2017 – Fri

Review 2

CA 3

11th Nov 2017 – Sat
12th Nov 2017 – Sun
13th Nov 2017 – Mon

Review 2

XII – PB 1 (Prac)

14th Nov 2017 – Tue

Review 2

XII – PB 1 (Prac)

15th Nov 2017 – Wed

Review 2

XII – PB 1 (Prac)

16th Nov 2017 – Thu

Review 2

17th Nov 2017 – Fri

Review 2

XII – PB 1

18th Nov 2017 – Sat
19th Nov 2017 – Sun
20th Nov 2017 – Mon

XII – PB 1

21st Nov 2017 – Tue
22nd Nov 2017 – Wed

XII – PB 1

23rd Nov 2017 – Thu NSO – National Science Olympiad
24th Nov 2017 – Fri

XII – PB 1

25th Nov 2017 – Sat
26th Nov 2017 – Sun
27th Nov 2017 – Mon

XII – PB 1

28th Nov 2017 – Tue

XII – PB 1

29th Nov 2017 – Wed
30th Nov 2017 – Thu
1st Dec 2017 – Fri
2nd Dec 2017 – Sat

X – PB 1 (Art)

3rd Dec 2017 – Sun
4th Dec 2017 – Mon

X – PB 1
IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2

5th Dec 2017 – Tue IMO – International Math Olympiad

X – PB 1
IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2

6th Dec 2017 – Wed

IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2
XII – PB 2 (Prac)

7th Dec 2017 – Thu

X – PB 1
IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2
XII – PB 2 (Prac)

8th Dec 2017 – Fri Geo Genius – Geography Olympiad

X – PB 1
IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2
XII – PB 2 (Prac)

9th Dec 2017 – Sat
10th Dec 2017 – Sun
11th Dec 2017 – Mon

X – PB 1

XII – PB 2

12th Dec 2017 – Tue

X – PB 1
IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2

13th Dec 2017 – Wed

IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2
XII – PB 2

14th Dec 2017 – Thu

X – PB 1
IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2

15th Dec 2017 – Fri

X – PB 1
IX – CA 2

XI – CA 2
XII – PB 2

16th Dec 2017 – Sat
17th Dec 2017 – Sun
18th Dec 2017 – Mon

X – PB 1

XII – PB 2

19th Dec 2017 – Tue

X – PB 1

20th Dec 2017 – Wed

XII – PB 2

21st Dec 2017 – Thu

X – PB 1

XII – PB 2

22nd Dec 2017 – Fri
23rd Dec 2017 – Sat II – Term Holidays
24th Dec 2017 – Sun II – Term Holidays
25th Dec 2017 – Mon II – Term Holidays
26th Dec 2017 – Tue II – Term Holidays
27th Dec 2017 – Wed II – Term Holidays
28th Dec 2017 – Thu II – Term Holidays
29th Dec 2017 – Fri II – Term Holidays
30th Dec 2017 – Sat II – Term Holidays
31st Dec 2017 – Sun II – Term Holidays
1st Jan 2018 – Mon II – Term Holidays
2nd Jan 2018 – Tue II – Term Holidays
3rd Jan 2018 – Wed School re-opens

X – Error Correction

4th Jan 2018 – Thu

X – Error Correction

5th Jan 2018 – Fri

X – Error Correction

6th Jan 2018 – Sat

X – Error Correction

7th Jan 2018 – Sun
8th Jan 2018 – Mon

CA 4

X – PB 2

9th Jan 2018 – Tue

CA 4

X – PB 2

10th Jan 2018 – Wed

CA 4

11th Jan 2018 – Thu

CA 4

X – PB 2

12th Jan 2018 – Fri

CA 4

X – PB 2

13th Jan 2018 – Sat
14th Jan 2018 – Sun
15th Jan 2018 – Mon Pongal Holidays
16th Jan 2018 – Tue Pongal Holidays
17th Jan 2018 – Wed

X – PB 2

18th Jan 2018 – Thu

X – PB 2

19th Jan 2018 – Fri

X – PB 2

20th Jan 2018 – Sat
21st Jan 2018 – Sun
22nd Jan 2018 – Mon

X – PB 2

23rd Jan 2018 – Tue NCO – National Cyber Olympiad (III to X)
ICSO – International Company Secretaryship (XI and XII)

X – PB 2

24th Jan 2018 – Wed IFLO – International French Language Olympiad

X – PB 2

25th Jan 2018 – Thu

X – PB 2

26th Jan 2018 – Fri Republic Day – Holiday
27th Jan 2018 – Sat
28th Jan 2018 – Sun
29th Jan 2018 – Mon

X Prac & Error Correction

30th Jan 2018 – Tue

X Prac & Error Correction

31st Jan 2018 – Wed

X Prac & Error Correction

1st Feb 2018 – Thu

X – Error Correction

2nd Feb 2018 – Fri Field Trip – Grade III

X – Error Correction

3rd Feb 2018 – Sat
4th Feb 2018 – Sun
5th Feb 2018 – Mon

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

6th Feb 2018 – Tue

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

7th Feb 2018 – Wed

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

8th Feb 2018 – Thu

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

9th Feb 2018 – Fri Field Trip – Grade II

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

10th Feb 2018 – Sat
11th Feb 2018 – Sun
12th Feb 2018 – Mon

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

13th Feb 2018 – Tue

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

14th Feb 2018 – Wed

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

15th Feb 2018 – Thu

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

16th Feb 2018 – Fri

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

17th Feb 2018 – Sat
18th Feb 2018 – Sun
19th Feb 2018 – Mon

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

20th Feb 2018 – Tue

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

21st Feb 2018 – Wed

IX – Sem 2

XI – Sem 2

22nd Feb 2018 – Thu
23rd Feb 2018 – Fri
24th Feb 2018 – Sat
25th Feb 2018 – Sun
26th Feb 2018 – Mon

IX – Error Correction

XI – Error Correction

27th Feb 2018 – Tue

IX – Error Correction

XI – Error Correction

28th Feb 2018 – Wed Class X & XII begins
1st Mar 2018 – Thu
2nd Mar 2018 – Fri

Review 3

Sem 2

3rd Mar 2018 – Sat
4th Mar 2018 – Sun
5th Mar 2018 – Mon

Review 3

Sem 2

6th Mar 2018 – Tue

Review 3

Sem 2

7th Mar 2018 – Wed

Review 3

Sem 2

8th Mar 2018 – Thu

Review 3

Sem 2

9th Mar 2018 – Fri

Review 3

Sem 2

10th Mar 2018 – Sat
11th Mar 2018 – Sun
12th Mar 2018 – Mon

Review 3

Sem 2

13th Mar 2018 – Tue

Review 3

Sem 2

14th Mar 2018 – Wed

Review 3

Sem 2

15th Mar 2018 – Thu

Review 3

Sem 2

16th Mar 2018 – Fri

Review 3

Sem 2

17th Mar 2018 – Sat
18th Mar 2018 – Sun
19th Mar 2018 – Mon

Review 3

Sem 2

20th Mar 2018 – Tue

Review 3

Sem 2

21st Mar 2018 – Wed

Review 3

Sem 2

22nd Mar 2018 – Thu

Review 3

Sem 2

23rd Mar 2018 – Fri

Review 3

Sem 2

24th Mar 2018 – Sat
25th Mar 2018 – Sun
26th Mar 2018 – Mon
27th Mar 2018 – Tue
28th Mar 2018 – Wed
29th Mar 2018 – Thu
30th Mar 2018 – Fri
31st Mar 2018 – Sat
1st Apr 2018 – Sun
2nd Apr 2018 – Mon Art Exhibition
3rd Apr 2018 – Tue Art Exhibition
4th Apr 2018 – Wed Art Exhibition
5th Apr 2018 – Thu
6th Apr 2018 – Fri
7th Apr 2018 – Sat
8th Apr 2018 – Sun
9th Apr 2018 – Mon

X – CA 1 (2018-19)

XII – CA 1 (2018-19)

10th Apr 2018 – Tue
11th Apr 2018 – Wed
12th Apr 2018 – Thu
13th Apr 2018 – Fri

Report Card Distribution

Report Card Distribution

14th Apr 2018 – Sat Tamil New Year – Holiday
15th Apr 2018 – Sun
16th Apr 2018 – Mon
17th Apr 2018 – Tue
18th Apr 2018 – Wed
19th Apr 2018 – Thu
20th Apr 2018 – Fri

X – CA 1 (2018-19) ends

XII – CA 1 (2018-19) ends

21st Apr 2018 – Sat
22nd Apr 2018 – Sun
23rd Apr 2018 – Mon
24th Apr 2018 – Tue
25th Apr 2018 – Wed
26th Apr 2018 – Thu
27th Apr 2018 – Fri
28th Apr 2018 – Sat
29th Apr 2018 – Sun
30th Apr 2018 – Mon