Youth Parliament

Youth Parliament

Youth Parliament at our school is a cornerstone of fostering responsible citizenship and leadership skills among our students.The 14 states of India were represented by 14 delegates.It creates a platform for students to connect, collaborate, and drive positive change within our school community.Our students from Grade 5 to Grade 9 took step to express their Ideas in Youth Parliament Sessions, their energetic contribution and active participation made them to gain a practical understanding of democratic processes.

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Republic Day 2024

Republic Day is a celebration of our unity in diversity. In our school Vidhya Vishwalaya we proudly celebrated 75th Republic Day with synchronised rhythm and disciplined precision as our students showcased their impeccable march-fast skills. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of the magnificent Republic of India, we celebrated Republic Day with a syncopated beat, and our children displayed their march-fast. Our pupils’ captivating multilingual speeches dominate the show. From raising the flag to giving motivational speeches, they embody the real meaning of dedication and perseverance.

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Debate – 6

Artificial Intelligence- Does it augment our intelligence???? Or Is Artificial Intelligence less than our intelligence???

The most controversial statement about AI gives the need for conducting debate on the topic “Is Artificial Intelligence – Bane or Boon”. The debate was carried out for the students of grade 5 and 6. The students were able to put forward their statements on both this view. The global artificial intelligence market is projected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 37.3% between 2023 – 2030.Such a revolution in technology has been intriguing, and there has been a lot of discussion around the topic- of AI- boon or bane.

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Village Visit 2024

“Discovering the charm of rural living through the eyes of students.”

The students were given an opportunity to understand about local administration and governance by interacting with Mr. Satheesh, Block Development Officer (BDO), Anaimalai and Mr. Suresh, Sub Tahsildar. The Policies implemented by local administration were discussed and students clarified their doubts. It was a really interesting session. Students from Grade 5 to Grade 9 participated in this event on 3rd January 2024.

Students are also visited an organic farm and had a small tour of it and were given an awareness about foods and the importance of agriculture. This was really a good opportunity for the students which emphasised on the Quote “Education is always not Indoors”

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Literacy Quiz

“Literature is something that brings the world into our hands because it’s not only the collection of written works but also its a form of art which we can connect and relate to our day to day life, characters, problems and so the solution.” Recalling those characters is the most crucial part in the Literacy Quiz.

In our school we organised Literature Quiz competitions for the students from Grade 1 to Grade 9 on 11th Dec by the Utopian club between the two houses of our school – Conqueror and Conservationists. The aim of this competition is to enhance the learning experience and engage the students to actively participate in quiz competitions. Here are some of the clicks from our energetic champs in the competition.

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Heritage Visit 2023

“Climbing up the roads and hill

In search of heritage sites by will

Destinies where emperors ruled

Where battles were made

Where the history rites

Land where our Culture lights”

Heritage trip for the students of grade 5 to 9 were conducted on 4 th November 2023 for two days. This trip was organised by the yuvavriksha club of our school. The main motto of this trip was to introduce the students to visit the vast heritage of our country. This trip covered major heritage sites around Mysore. It includes Mysore palace, St. Philomena church,Vrindavan garden, Shri Ranganatha swamy temple at Srirangapatna, Tipu sultan summer palace, etc. It was a wonderful learning experience for our students.

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Debate – 5 (2023)

“Imagination is more important than knowledge” This famous quote said by Albeer Einstein have two contradictory opinion always. Hence it was selected as the motion for the debate. The main speakers were prithvin and Ashanthika R N of grade 7 and 6 respectively who was speaking for the motion. And madhuranjhan MU and Vedharsha A of grade 7 was speaking against the motion. This debate helps in the deeper understanding of different attires of the thought which combines knowledge and imagination.

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Children’s Day 2023

“Little Steps into the galore of Wisdom

Tiny fist spreading in to their fantasy Kingdom

Innocent minds filled with joy in pounds

Halcyon days that never rebounds”

Every children’s day is the celebration of innocent souls. We have celebrated them by organising various events and games for them.

Their active participation added more colour to this wonderful day.

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Navarathri Vizha 2023

Navaratri, also known as the Festival of Nine Nights, is a vibrant and joyous celebration that holds great significance

It is a time to learn about the legends and stories behind this auspicious festival, and to understand the symbolism of each day and the nine forms of the Goddess Durga.

Join us as we immerse ourselves in the enchanting festivities of Navaratri, a celebration that honours the divine feminine energy and showcases the rich cultural heritage of our school.

Let us come together as a community, embracing the values of unity, diversity, and respect, as we celebrate Navratri with fervour and enthusiasm. Join us on this auspicious time of Navaratri. Together, let’s make this Navratri an experience to remember!”

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Literacy Day 2023

Welcome to our school’s Literacy Day event! We are delighted to share with you the exciting activities that took place during this special occasion.

Our students showcased their creativity and love for literature through various engaging activities. The day began with a character fancy dress competition, where students dressed up as their favorite literary characters, bringing them to life on stage. It was a sight to behold as the students portrayed the essence of these characters with enthusiasm and authenticity.

The event continued with a greeting talk session, where students delivered heartfelt messages on the importance of literacy and the power of words. Their speeches were inspiring and reminded us of the transformative impact that literacy can have on individuals and societies.

Next, we witnessed the magic of storytelling through a captivating story enactment. Students brought popular stories to life, captivating the audience with their expressive performances. The enactment not only showcased their acting skills but also emphasized the power of storytelling in fostering imagination, empathy, and a love for reading.

Adding a touch of rhythm and movement, our students showcased their talents in a vibrant group dance performance. The dance showcased the influence of literature on different cultures and celebrated the diversity of stories and languages around the world.

In line with the theme of indigenous languages, our students presented an enactment of William Shakespeare’s “Merchant of Venice” in their native language. This unique performance highlighted the importance of preserving and celebrating indigenous languages, while also showcasing the universal themes of literature that transcend cultural boundaries.

Overall, our Literacy Day event was a celebration of the written word, fostering a love for literature, and promoting the importance of literacy in our lives. We are proud of our students’ enthusiasm and creativity in showcasing their talents and spreading the joy of reading and storytelling.

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