Donation old and New books, toys, clothes to orphan children

  1. Objectives:-
    1. To create awareness among students regarding charity.

    2. To sensitize students towards social work.

    3. To sensitize students towards the problems of orphan children.

    4. To become aware of the joy of serving and being with the children.

    5. To sensitize towards the fact that humanity is bigger than any comforts of life.


    If you have much, give of your wealth; if you have little, give of your heart.__Arabian Proverb.

    The children living in the orphanages in India need our help TODAY. Through monthly sponsorship, one-time gifts, planned giving, or volunteering your time you can help make an enormous difference in the life of these amazing children.

    Orphans often need basic survival provisions medication, foods, clothing, blankets, housing and protection from dangers and abuse. Our students donations or gifts kind include food, clothing, books, toys etc. they gave heir old books bus some parents gave new books also to the orphan children. Our students understand the values of the life and they learnt always help need and poor people. Which things they have and they always thinks positive to help or give their things to the orphan children.

Visit to oldage home

  1. Objectives:-

    1. To create awareness among students about the neighborhood.

    2. To sensitize students to social work.

    3. To sensitize students to the predicaments and problems of aged people.

    4. To become aware of the joy of serving and being with the age.

    5. To spread awareness about their value in life.

    Old age homes are all over the world. But even in the best old age home the old  people are lost, lonely and unhappy. Nobody , not even science can explain the love ,bonding and affection between a mother and child. But when she is pushed into an old age home , she feels very sad. She tries her best to adjust to the surroundings, talk to the people who are strange and unknown to her The students of Jayawant Public school were happy to visit a nearby old age home. The students happily volunteered to go in groups. A group of young enthusiasts were ready to spend some time at the old age home.

    The students were happy to give visit to a nearby old age home. The students happily volunteered to go in groups. A group of young enthusiasts were ready to spent some time at the old age home.

Diwali celebration

  1. Objective:

    1. To understand that Diwali is a festival of lights.

    2. To make Diya lamps with air drying clay.

    3. To make them joyful and pollution free diwali.

    4. To highlight that Rangoli is to welcome goddess laxmi.

    5. To understand about importance of Diwali.


    Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit word dīpāvali “series of lights”. Diwali (or Deepavali, the “festival of lights”) is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn (northern hemisphere) or spring (southern hemisphere) every year. Arguably the most important festival in Hinduism.  The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Its celebration includes millions of lights shining on housetops, outside doors and windows, around temples and other buildings in the communities and countries where it is observed. The festival preparations and rituals typically extend over a five-day period, but the main festival night of Diwali coincides with the darkest, new moon night of the month Kartika.

    A special assembly was conducted by the head boy & the head girl of the school. on the occasion of diwali the assembly emphasized the need of showing celebrations &joy with students.

    Diwali is celebrated almost by everyone living in India. This festival which is celebrated by every Indian. However the kind of traditions &customs followed might differ. Study about the customes& traditions that are followed by the different part of the country. You yourself analyze how the culture traditions differ state wire show this festival is celebrated in different part of the country. Also learn about exclusive traditions that are followed by various states on the occasion of diwali.

DUsSeHra celebration

Gandhi Jayanti Celebration

  1. Objectives
    1. To understand importance of father of nation in nation building

    2. To know about Mahatma Gandhiji.

    3. To understand the importance of tributes to gandhiji

    4. To value his sacrifices for the country and patriotism.

    5. To highlight importance of values like unity, peace and ,non violence



    Gandhi Jayanti is a national festival celebrated in India to mark the occasion of the birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the “Father of the Nation“.Gandhi Jayanti is marked by prayer services and tributes all over India, especially at Raj Ghat, Gandhi’s memorial in New Delhi where he was cremated. Popular activities include prayer meetings, commemorative ceremonies in different cities by colleges, local government institutions and socio-political institutions.Gandhi’s favourite bhajan (Hindu devotional song), RaghupathiRaghavaRajaram, is usually sung in his memory.

    On October 2, our students celebrated the birth of Mahatma Gandhi by starting the day with special assembly followed by an act competition on the theme of peace and Unity.

    Gandhiji valued children so was deeply concerned about their education particularly in the early years. For him the basis of education should ensure the cultivation of the hearts of the young.”What would it matter if they lead everything but did not know how to live in brotherliness with their fellow beings?”

    As part of the celebration on that day, the students together participated on that day, in cleaning up the campus .It was well co –ordinated efforts by the teachers and parents around campus. While cleanup focused on grassy areas around the dormitories and perhaps just as important, they learned the value of community service.


  1. Objectives:

    1. To develop creativity and nurture talent

    2. To help develop confidence and break monotony of regular academics.

    3. To highlight the importance of art in daily life

    4. To promote competitive spirit

    5. To motivate the children towards art.

    2. Description:

    Interschool drawing and colouring competition was organized on 24th September 2014 on the occasion of birthday of Mr. GirirajSawant Sir. Nearly 500 students from different schools of in and around Hadapsar had participated in the competition. The motive behind organizing such competition in the school was to promote the competitive spirit and to motivate the hidden talent of the students. Different students of different classes had given different topics for drawing and colouring competition.

    Standard 1 – Colouring of a butterfly

    Standard 2 – Colouring of a clawn

    Standard 3 – Colouring of a dandiya playing partners

    Standard 4 – Drawing and colouring of air pollution

    Standard 5 – Drawing and colouring of global warming

    Snacks were distributed for all the participants and the teachers. Class wise 1, 2 and 3 prize winners were selected. A trophy, certificate and books were awarded to the winners. It was the first interschool competition organized by the school.

Ganesh Festival

  1. Objectives

    1. To know about ganesh chaturthi as a hindu festival

    2. To worship the god as vignaharta

    3. To understand the importance of installation of idol and religious values

    4. To observe religious spirit and fervour.

    5. To understand its importance in the state.


    Ganesh Chaturthy is the Hindu festival celebrated in honour of the elephant-headed god, Ganesha. Celebrations are traditionally held on the fourth day of the first fortnight in the month of  August or September. The festival generally lasts ten days, ending on the fourteenth day of the fortnight. The festival is celebrated in public and at home. The public celebration involves installing clay images of Ganesha in public pandals(temporary shrines) and group worship. At home, an appropriately-sized clay image is installed and worshiped with family and friends. At the end of the festival, the idols are immersed (and dissolve) in a body of water such as a lake or pond.

    It is believed that Lord Ganesha, bestows his presence on earth for all his devotees during this festival.

    Students have always had a sincere concern for degradation of environment caused by air and water pollution. Students therefore made the idols of their favorite god ganesh with non toxic clay and teachers with plain clay without any chemical colour. The process of idol making was started a day before the celebration.

    Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations were celebrated with great fanfare and festive spirit.

Teachers’ Day

  1. Objective:

    1. To pay honour to Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan.

    2. To raise awareness of the week done by teacher.

    3. To support teachers to help the learning of future generation.

    4. It is a way of appreciating their shaing the society and community at large.

    5. To make student understand the role of teacher in their life.

    2. Description

    Teacher – a source of love and inspiration. A great teacher can change your life”. In many countries, Teachers’ Day is a special day for the appreciation of teachers, and may include celebrations to honour them for their special contributions in a particular field area, or the community in general.

    A good teacher has greater influence in shaping the life of an individual even more than his/her parents. In our country’s culture, a teac In our country’s a teacher has been given a place above the almighty god. A good teacher’s proper guidance and support is very important in achieving one’s goal in life. Every successful individual always remembers the constructive role played by his/her teacher in their school-college days. The day was marked for the celebration as Teachers’ Day since 1962 in respect and deference of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who was born on 5th September, 198 the date since 1962)

    Unlike many other International Days, teacher’s Day was celebrated with full zeal and enthusiasm. The day started with giving a tribute to Dr. Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan. The day had an emotional and recreational touch. The students did all the preparations with complete energy and excitement.

    Scintillating programs by teachers marked the Teacher’s day celebrations. Teachers presented several cultural programs in respect of teachers. Teachers took assembly on the extent of Teacher’s Day. The group of the teacher presented a song. Some teachers told the values of the teachers and students. Teachers prepared a drama. Teachers told the two sides of the mind. One is positive which gave as positive energy and we do always good things but another side is negative which we should neglect it. The day ended with positive note.

Shree Krishna janmashtami celebration

  1. To develop good understanding about janmashtami.

  2. To celebrate the birth of deity shri Krishna.

  3. To make a human pyramid for handi.

  4. To understand the stories of little Krishna’s childhood.

Krishna Janmashtami or sometimes simply as Janmashtami, is an annual celebration of the birth of the Hindu deity Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. Hindus celebrate Janmashtami by fasting, worshipping Krishna and staying up until midnight, the time when Krishna is believed to have been born. Images of Krishna’s infancy are placed in swings and cradles in temples and homes. At midnight, devotees gather around for devotional songs, dance and exchange gifts. Some temples also conduct readings of the Hindu religious scripture Bhagavad Gita. Janmashatami or Gokulashtami, popularly known as Dahi Handi, is greatly celebrated in India. This event is based on the legend of the child god Krishna stealing butter. A participant in this festival is called ‘Govinda’.

Janmashtami was celebrated for two days. On second day we celebrated Dahi Handi Ustav. The dahihandi is made up of clay containing butter, curd & young Govindas form a human pyramid & compete with each other to reach the handi & break open it. This celebration represents ‘Lord Krishna’s Love’ for Butter & Curd.

Krishna Janamashtami was celebrated with sheer enthusiasm in a vibrant way in the school premises. The students of Class IV & V presented a fabulous & outstanding musical script which enthralled the audience. It was as awesome performance. The students through their musical show threw light on the different events in Lord Krishna’s Life. From his birth, Kaliyamardan, Gowardhan upliftment, Dahihandi, Kansvadh etc.

Students enjoyed a lot & it was one of the most memorable day for the students.

Rakshabandhan celebration


  1. To develop good understanding between brother and sister.

  2. To save sister.

  3. To symbolise caring attitude of brother and sister.

  4. To understand that promise of protection is made on this special occasion.

  5. To highlight beautiful relationship shared between brother and sister.


Raksha Bandhan’ is an ancient Hindu festival and a secular one that ritually celebrates the love and duty between brothers and their sisters. It is a  hindu festival of brother-sister relationship between men and women who are relatives or biologically unrelated. To many, the festival transcends biological family, brings together men and women across religions, diverse ethnic groups and ritually emphasizes harmony and love. It is observed in the Hindu calendar month of Śhravana, and typically falls in August every year. Raksha Bandhan as a religious festival which focuses on performing the aarti and saying prayers prior to tying the rakhi. The prayers draw inspiration from the Hindu scriptures. The other religious feature is the application of the tilak on the forehead of the person wearing the rakhi The sister performs a Rakhi ceremony, then prays to express her love and her wish for the well being of her brother; in return, the brother ritually pledges to protect and take care of his sister under all circumstances.

It is one of the several occasions in which family ties are affirmed in India


Students from all classes participated in the celebration and the girl students tied Rakhi to boys and boys gave a small gift to girls & shared chocolate & sweets.

Many students tied Rakhi on plants & trees as a pledge to protect them for a healthy environment.

A Rakhi making competition was also organized at school. The students participated in a Rakhi making competition. It was truly a delight to watch the young hands of our little artisans put together with intricate material & ornaments, adhesive etc to deliver beautiful & extremely creative master pieces.

The Rakhis were an enviable lot with a fusion of modern with traditional, stylish with contemporary styles.

Guru Pournima Celebration


  1. To make student understand the role of teacher in their life.

  2. To make them realize the importance of teacher.

  3. To make them aware about the duties and responsibilities of students.

  4. To give respect to our teacher.

  5. To understand about their importance towards shaping the society and community.


Guru Pornima is an Indian festival dedicated to spiritual and academic teachers. This festival is traditionally celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists, to pay their respects to their teachers and express their gratitude. The festival is celebrated on the full moon day (Purnima) in the month of Ashadh (June–July) of the Shaka Samvat, which is the Indian national calendar and the Hindu calendar.

Full moon day during Ashadha month is known as Guru Purnima day. Traditionally this day is observed as Guru Puja or Guru Worship. On this day disciples offer Puja or pay respect to their Gurus. Indian culture places ‘Gurus’ who impart knowledge, in par with the Gods. Acquiring knowledge forms the basis of a man’s future. So worshipping a guru is like worshipping truth, knowledge and invaluable experiences.

During guru pornima the students gathered in the school and there were various programs that were hosted. In the programs there were various classical songs that were sung by the students. These songs were especially meant for the teachers and the love for them. It shows the relation of a teacher or a guru with their disciple or students. The concept of Guru Pournima goes long back but it is really great to see that even now it is celebrated with so much enthusiasm in the schools.

EID Celebration


  1. To signify the breaking of the fasting period, with the sighting of new crescent moon in the evening, on the last day of Ramadan.
  2. To signify that Id-ul-Fitr stems from the special meaning it holds for the entire Muslim community.
  3. To understand Distribution of charity on the day .
  4. To understand that it fosters brotherhood and interactions.
  5. To increase the love and understanding between the community.


Celebrating multifarious cultures and festivals symbolizes the unity of an international community, which our school takes pride in to strengthen he bond of brotherhood the secular fabric the students staff of the primary wing of the school celebrated the festival of Eid with great enthusiasm .A foot tapping dance and skit depicting how Eid is celebrated were also part of the celebration. It strengthens the bond of brotherhood in the secular fabric of a larger community .Similarly Eid was celebrated with great religious fervor. The students and staff of the pre–primary wing of the school celebrated the festival of Eid with great enthusiasm .A foot tapping dance and skit depicting how Eid is celebrated.

Eid is the greatest festival of the Muslims. All over the world, the Muslims celebrate it with great pomp and show, zeal and gusto. The Muslims observe fasts for a full month after sighting the moon of ‘Ramzan’. When the month of ‘Ramzan’, is over and the moon of Eid is sighted, they end their Roja (fasts). The next day, the festival of Eid is celebrated. Every year it comes off on the first day of the month of Shawwal. It is a day of gaiety, festivity and feasting.

It is a believed that fasting in the month of ‘Ramzan’ purifies the soul and prayers after fasting save them from going to hell and open the doors of heaven.

Shiv Jayanti

Objectives :

  1. To signify the importance of Shivaji Maharaj and his contribution towards Maharashtra
  2. To signify of Shivaji remains an imperishable historical legacy for an entire human.
  3. To understand his achievements.
  4. To understand how he contributed towards the unity of the community.
  5. To understand his contribution towards independence movement.


Shivaji Jayanti or the birthday of Shivaji Maharaj is celebrated on a majestic scale in Maharashtra. His parents Jijabai and Shahaji Bhonsle named him Shivaji after local Goddess Shivai. He was the creator of the Maratha nation and he was instrumental in uniting the Maratha chiefs of Mayal, Konkan and Desh regions. His military and civil administration was of greatest importance. Shivaji was successful in carving out a small kingdom by defeating the alien powers.

Chhatrapati Shivaji is a hero not only for the people of Maharashtra but for those of India as well.
On the occasion of Shivaji Jayanti several processions are taken out and people dress up like Shivaji and his associates. The birthday is celebrated on a huge scale and various programs remembering the achievements of the great ruler are organised .

In a unique way of celebrating Shiv Jayanti, students of the school dressed like Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj & gave slogans.

We envisaged this event as a means to instill values of Shri Chhatrapati Shivaji in our young students. The entire teaching and non teaching staff of the school slogged it out for the event.

Our intention was to imbible in young generation the true spirit of “Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.”

The student of the class 4 and 5 sung the inspiring ‘Powadas’ on the event.