GRADUATION DAY – Our Vishwalayans have successfully completed this academic year facing competitions, challenges, failure, success,….and understanding things apart from books. In an idea to mark each one’s talent and achievement we planned for a Graduation day. It left the Parents with an opportunity to be proud of their kids who were explaining several social issues to their Parents through rhymes, mono-act, demonstrations and PPTs. it’s been our pleasure to give a dais to our Vishwalayans to showcase their talent who glorified the day with their confidence and charm. We thank our Management who gave us with such a wonderful occasion.


QUIZ FIESTA – Being a team well aware of multi-dimensional knowledge’s importance, we arranged a session of Knowledge battle among the children to test who is that “Giga Minded” kid with knowledge in all fields. Questions were thrown to Vishwalayans from all topics. The battle went on very well interestingly with a tough clash between soo many brains for each question.


“Life is nothing without Science”

Science being our life we felt the pleasure in honoring Science on the day of Science by celebrating it. We were very thankful to the Nobel laureate Sir.C.V.Raman.

Vishwalayans  got to know about all the inventions, practically demonstrating it in their classes. With practical experience they came up with a clear understanding about each and every principle that is behind each invention and most importantly the principles involved in our day to day life activities. On the day Vishwalayans took a transformation as young APJ. We were very happy to watch our kids coming up with instant answers, competing healthily with each other in the quiz program. On the whole we enjoyed Science to the maximum. We are very thankful to the Management for supporting and motivating us every now and then.

Eagerly awaiting to see our Vishwalayans as Scholars & Scientists. 


Sport Day

Sports play a vital role in maintaining physical and mental health at its ease.This especially helps students running behind their Dreams to stay cool and fit.
We made our Vishwalayans to feel the pleasure of such a wonderful Art by conducting ” Sports Day ”
Besides Health it taught our Vishwalayans
i. To Win Honourably
ii. To Loose Gracefully
iii. To Respect Authority
iv. To Work in a Team &
more importantly
v. To Manage Time.
Events were organised in such a way that children develop in them the Qualities of
i. Aiming at the Highest
ii. Concentrating on their Goals
iii. Performing as they have never lost.
The day was Amazing.On the whole Children experienced the feeling of WWWOOO…WWW!!! and enjoyed to the core.
We Thank our Management who availed us with such a wonderful opportunity and the Teachers who made the opportunity an Amazing One.
We wish all our Vishwalayans to Sport to their Best in their Life.


REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION- Republic Day is celebrated to mark the day when the Indian Constitution came to force. On November 26, 1949, the constitution was adopted which came into force on January 26, 1950 marking the beginning of a new era in the history of India. The day is celebrated in grandeur across the country, but the national capital will see the major actions. This year, like every year, the highlight of the day is the parade that takes place at India Gate.
On the favorable and festive morning of 26th Jan, our school celebrated Republic Day in the school premises. It was a matter of great pride for all of us. The March Past was conducted by our students from various sections while the school choir singing patriotic songs. Then the National Flag was hoisted by the Chief Guest in the presence of Principal, teachers, school staff and students from different grades and classes.
There were enactments of speeches of great freedom fighters like Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, Jawaharlal Nehru and Rajendra Prasad by our students.



14th November is celebrated as Children’s Day in India on the occasion of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s birthday.It is also known as Bal-Din in India. Many children across the world suffer from so many atrocities. We must ensure that the rights of children are protected and they are not exploited. It is said that God is closest to children because their hearts and minds are so pure. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru believed that children must be provided with love and care as the future of a nation lies in their hands. Children truly deserve a day that is dedicated to them.

It was Pandit Nehru’s dream that all the children of the nation must be educated. In memory of this great leader and to honor his love for children, November 14 is celebrated in India as Children’s day.
Children’s Day was celebrated at Vidhya Vishwalaya CBSE with enthusiasm. The theme of the programme was rose.
Teachers organized different cultural programs and events for the students. Children participated in various activities, such as vocal singing, orations and so on. Coloring competitions made by the KG students with enthusiasm. The winning students are rewarded generously.



DIWALI CELEBRATION- Diwali is a festival of lights. Our Vidyaans celebrated the ‘ Eve of Diwali’ very enthusiastically. Our students participated in “Poster Display” about diwali and displayed different forms and styles of posters.



VIDYARAMBHAM- Vidyarambham for kids is an auspicious ceremony where they are introduced to the world of knowledge.
Vidyarambham is a part of the Navaratri festival as it is done on the tenth day of Navaratri, also called Vijayadashami.
‘Vidya’ means knowledge and ‘Arambham’ means to start or to begin.
Initiating your little one into the world of letters – that is a momentous occasion. That is why the Vidyarambham is an important day.
That is the day when your little one is either amused at what is happening or bawling his or her lungs out in protest to what is being done. This is the day all parents hope that their little one takes to learning with throwing a fit and enjoy doing so.



BOOK FAIR FESTIVAL- A book fair is like a feast of books. To eye books of so many varieties and that too in a large number at a time is really a wonderful experience. One can easily choose his liked one from the heap of novels, short stories, poems, maps, arts, dictionaries, cook books, encyclopedias, etc.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
Every year we organize a “Book Fair” to enhance the literary skills of our students and inculcate in them good reading habits. Keeping the tradition, Book Fair for the session 2017-18 commenced on 22nd Sep.2017 and ends on 23rd sep.2017. The fair was inaugurated by our honorable Correspondent Mr.Karthikeyan.
Many Students along with their parents thronged to buy books as varied as fiction,art,general knowledge, language, etc.



NAVARATHIRI CELEBRATION -Navratri is one of the largest Hindu festivals celebrated every year. The festival of Navratri is marked by the celebrations of nine days. On each day one of the nine incarnations of the Goddedd Shakti is worshipped. The nine incarnations of the Goddess can be listed as follows; “Maa Shailputri”, “Maa Brahamcharini”, “Maa Chandraghanta”, “maa Kushmanda”, “Maa Skandamata”, “Maa Katyayani”, “Maa Kalratri”, “Maa Mahagauri” and “Maa Siddhidatri”. The festival of Navaratri owes its origin to a number of historic legends and stories. The festival is celebrated in various parts of the country along with different rituals but however the central idea remains the same. Apart from India the festival is celebrated with much pomp and rejoicings in different parts of the world .

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