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09 Apr 2018
Teen Think Tank Summit 2018

The Department of Social Studies, The PSBB Millennium School Coimbatore organised T3 summit on the topic. “SURVUVE OR SINK: ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS” Socio-economic growth of the youth and tribes in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. 135 students from classes 6 to 10 participated in the summit. The main topic was discussed under 4 councils.

Council for Social Development chaired by Ronit Bokadia and Harshitha Pandey.

The main topic of discussion of this committee was split under the following sub-topics.

Recognizing the health status and sanitary facilities in Andaman and Nicobar islands, and in order to promote social growth of youth and tribes.

Recognizing the education  and  employment needs in Andaman and Nicobar islands, and in order to promote social growth of youth and tribes.

Council for Economic Development chaired by Sanskriti Sharma and Srinithi Bhaskar.

The council focussed on the economic problems of the youth and tribals in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands .

The three main questions discussed were:

Addressing the issue of improving the help given to the youth and tribals  by the union govt. To improve the economy of andaman and nicobar islands . How to ensure that the policies of the govt. Is welcomed by the people?

Addressing the role of education in connecting the youth with the rest of the world.

Addressing the isssue of the ways to improve the employment oppurtunities of the youth and tribals without exploiting the natural resources.

Council for Tourism and Hospitality chaired by Prakhar Goel.

The questions discussed in this committee were

How to entertain the tourists without urbanisation of the island?

How to improve the economic status of the tribals?

Council for Environmental Issues chaired by Tarini Agarwal and Pranava Varshan.

This committee focussed on stakeholders . A  wide range of problems were addressed. The main questions discussed were

How can the government and the NGOs help in solving the environmental problems in Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

How can science and technology help in solving environmental issues in Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

How can tourists and common people help in solving Environmental problems in Andaman and Nicobar Islands?

Around 30 members actively participated and expressed their views on the topic given. In each of these groups, the participants shared their solutions concerning the topic. It covered areas such as the present issues, the logistical, financial and social concerns and any future issues that may occur with the implementation of the same. At the end of the session, Council consolidated the solutions of the smaller groups by bringing it out as a dossier.

The closing ceremony was held on 7th April 2018 at 3.00 pm and the chief guest was Mr. Rajesh G Nair, IFS officer, Conservator of forest. The chairs of all committees addressed the gathering and expressed the issues discussed in the committee and how the solution was arrived for the given problem by working as a team.

The chief guest mentioned how the students worked towards “think globally and act locally”. He handed over the certificates and trophies for the best ideator and the best speaker from each committee. The Principal distributed the certificates for chairs.

The winners in the summit are as follows:

Council

The Best Speaker

The Best Ideator

Economic Development

Harshini Srinivasan

Harini.V

Vijayasree.B

Social Development

Kailash.S

Dharini.A

Meenakshi.R.Nair

Environmental Issues

Akshay.S.Menon

Seralathan.S

Akash.P.videsh

Tourism and Hospitality

Srihari.T

ArjunRaj

Deekshitha . S.D

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29 Mar 2018
Junior PPL - Classes III & IV
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Results of Kho Kho - Girls
Class 3
Winners - III A   Runners - III G
Class 4
Winners - IV D  Runners - IV E

Results of Kabbadi - Girls
Class 4
Winners - IV B   Runners - IV C
Class 3
Winners - III A   Runners - III B
 

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28 Feb 2018
Thyagarajar Aradhana

The PSBB Millenium School celebrated the 5th year (edition) of Thyagarajar Aradhanai Vizha on 28 - 2 -2018(Wednesday) in the school premises. The Thyagarajar Aradhanai Vizha was headed by Mr.Sivarama Krishnan, senior most vocalist.Various Musicians of the city participated. The programme started with the Krithi Sri Ganapathini (Ragam- Sowrashtram) and Gurulekha (Ragam – Gowri Manohari) followed by the Pancharathna Krithis in Ragam Nattai, Gowlai, Arabhi, Varali and Sri. Around 70 students were trained to sing the Pancharathna Krithis and they got an opportunity to sing with the senior artists. The hall was filled with divine bliss.

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17 Feb 2018
Annual Sports Meet 2017-18

The 8th Annual Sports Meet of the “The PSBB Millennium School was held on 17th February 2018. Our chief guest was Dr.S.Venkatakrishnan who was a medical officer and worked with SBIOA trust. The programme started at 9am. At first the Athletes assembled in their respective groups as Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald and Topaz for the march past. The day began with the prayer song invoking the blessing of the almighty.

The welcome address and the introduction of the chief guest were given  by the students of class 8th.  The chief guest hoisted the national flag followed by our principal hoisted the school flag and the house coordinator of each house hoisted their respective house flags.  The march past  was led by the School head boy and the head girl.  They were followed by the Sports secretary and NCC.  The chief guest took the salute.  The lighting of the torch took place when athletes ran a lap carrying Olympic torch.  The last lap was run by Aiswariyam RM of class XI who is National level champion in roller skating and also selected for indian selection team. An oath was taken by all the participants before the event began.   An inspiring speech was given by our chief guest to the students.  The chief guest declared the 8th  Annual sports Meet Open and the events began. 

The mass drill (Lezium) and Yoga were performed by class 4, 5 and 6.  It was a splendid performance which was appreciated with a big round of applause.  The First Athletic events took place for classes 1, 2 and 3.  Then we moved on to classes 4,5,6,7 and 8.  The winners were awarded medals on the podium with a lot of cheers.  A tug of war took place for the parents, who were encouraged by their children. Prizes were given for the winning teams.  Vote of thanks was given and the results were declared. Topaz came first followed by Sapphire, Ruby and finally Emerald. Then the day ends with National anthem.

 Always quoted by our principal “Participation is more important then winning” not everyone had won but all participants are winners at heart.


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04 Feb 2018
Spic Macay - Kathak Recital
 Mrs. Prerana Shrimali’s Kathak recital was organised by Spic Macay in our school premises on 31st January . Students of classes 6,7 & 8 attended the programme. Mrs. Prerana Shrimali, a versatile dancer is amongst the top Kathak dancers in India. She, a well-trained artist in India and abroad, has been honoured with many awards including the Central Sangeet Natak Academy Award, Rajasthan Sangeet Natak Academy Award, Raza Award and Rashtriya Ekte Award. It was a wonderful and mind blowing programme. 

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24 Nov 2017
Science Wissen Foundation

Science & Technology Workshop Report

Class 4th and 5th had Science and Technology workshop on 16, 17 and 18th of Nov conducted by Science Wissen Foundation (SWF). This was a 3 day workshop which had two modules, Module 1: Aerodynamic Principles and Module 2: Basics of Electricity. The program was focused to appraise the attitude of practical learning and to nurture amateur technical skills among the students. Approach followed in this program is a 3 dimensional model where conceptual learnings, real world scenario and application building happens together.

Concepts Learnt

Module 1: Aerodynamic forces, Newton's laws of motion & Bernoulli principle.

Module 2: Electrical energy principles, Identification of different components, Types of circuits and Real time electrical applications.

Both the concepts taught were aided with hands on design activities by students. Also Think and solve worksheets solved by them kindled their questioning nature throughout the program. The complete curriculum and project were delivered efficiently and clearly by energetic Mentors. This workshop induced Research and Development nature in our students successfully.

 


   

04 Nov 2017
Bhajan Sandhya

Music is one of the best ways to communicate with god.  ‘The PSBB Millennium School’ achieved that by singing bhajans on the evening of Bhajan Sandhya on 4th November 2017 in the school premises. Nearly 40 -50 participants including teachers had taken part in this great event. The participants started by chanting Lord Rama’s name, “ Rama Rama….” At different pitches, followed by ‘Pundaligam’, ‘Raja Ganapathy Rayatto’, ‘Vitala Vitala’, ‘China China Muruga’, ‘Rengamma’ were a few notable bhajans rendered by them. Nearly 150 teachers and parents attended THE FUNCTION despite the inclement weather, to relish the divine music and encourage the students. The one-hour programme was soulful and mesmerising. The audience thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Elation is an ordinary word to describe their feelings in that hour. Parents  came up voluntarily to express their happiness. A few of them said that they could feel the presence of God; such holy and pure was the rendition of songs by the participants. This was the first time, the school had organised such kind of a bhajan programme which was a big hit, beyond their expectations. The children had only a short span of time to practise; yet the programme was stupendous. The success was because of the cumulative efforts taken by the students and the heart and soul put in it by the music teachers. The school wishes to make ‘Bhajan Sandhya’ an annual feature.

                 Rachana V ,  Akshaya Parvathy G,  Sanjana R,

                 Manasa N. S &  Krishna Prasath R of X A

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