The sweetest and memorable period of one’s life is his/her childhood. Children's day is celebrated to honour and express our love towards them. World Children’s Day is observed annually on 20th November to commemorate the day of Declaration of Rights of the Child by the UN General Assembly on the same day in 1959. The day is celebrated globally to promote the rights of children besides improving their standard of living. It also promotes international togetherness and raises awareness about children's welfare.
Though Children’s Day is celebrated on different dates in different countries, International Children’s Day is a global observance that is marked on 20th November. In order to make children happy and have a glimpse of the outside world from home, a virtual tour was arranged to the Disney World. The tour commenced with Mickey welcoming the students. The honours was shared by characters like Mini and Donald. The show continued with a quick visit to the Magic Kingdom that showcased a Cinderella castle, an inspiration drawn from the fairy tale castles seen in the 1950 film. This was followed by the amazing water world and the recreated movie sets of the extraordinary movie 'Avataar' which was greatly enjoyed by most of our students. The fitting finale was a parade by all the Walt Disney characters aptly followed by breathtaking fire works. The students' involvement andhappiness was evident from the fact that few of them came dressed as Disney characters that they adored much.
Investing in our future means investing in our children — which is why the United Nations has designated every November 20th as Universal Children’s Day. It’s a time to promote togetherness around the world, awareness of the problems children face in every corner of the globe, and improve the welfare of all children.
It is the world's most widely ratified human rights treaty in history. On 20 November several countries came together and promised to protect children's rights. The Convention focused on who are the children, what are their rights, and the responsibilities of governments. It also states that all rights are connected and cannot be taken away from children.
According to the Convention, children are not just objects who belong to their parents and for whom decisions are made, or adults in training. Rather, they are human beings and individuals who have their own rights. Further, it is mentioned that childhood is separate from adulthood and lasts until 18. It is a special time in which children are allowed to grow, learn, play and develop. No doubt, the convention became the most ratified human rights treaty that is accepted worldwide and also helped in transforming children's lives.
So, we the 6th grade teachers at The PSBB Millennium School,Gbkm planned to bring a grin on the faces of our beloved students by screening comedy clippings of the world reowned comedian, Charlie Chaplin.It was a part of the General assembly to celebrate the Universal Children's Day. As it's said that, A child’s smile is like rainbows and sunshine, packaged with a ribbon on top.
Shri Gurubhyo Namaha !
We feel elated to announce the results of the Preliminary round of the Chinmaya Gita chanting competition !
Click link below for the results:
Congratulations to the formidable 1st prize winners, for having qualified for the Final round, the dates of which shall be declared soon.
|Topic :||Diwali celebrations|
|Report : Diwali, or Deepawali, is India's biggest and most important festival of the year. The festival gets its name from the row (avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness.
Over the centuries, Diwali has become a national festival that's also enjoyed by non-Hindu communities. For instance, in Jainism, Diwali marks the nirvana, or spiritual awakening, of Lord Mahavira on October 15, 527 B.C. Sikhism, honors the day that Guru Hargobind Ji, the Sixth Sikh Guru, was freed from imprisonment. Buddhists in India celebrate Diwali as well.
In northern India, they celebrate the story of King Rama's return to Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana by lighting rows of clay lamps. Southern India celebrates it as the day that Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.
In western India the festival marks the day that Lord Vishnu, the Preserver (one of the main gods of the Hindu trinity) sent the demon King Bali to rule the nether world.
Such a festival that's celebrated with pomp and grandeur across India irrespective of caste, creed and community was rejoiced with fervour by our 6th graders. It was a feast to the eyes to see the children clad in their festive attire that exuded our rich tradition. Few of them, shared the way they celebrated the festival of lights.
Following the talk time, the children witnessed a beautifully synchronized
video which featured the importance and scienctific reason for the various rituals practiced during the festival, wishes from their teachers in various languages of India and last but not the least an unheard story for Diwali being celebrated was beautifully narrated by one of the teachers.
Diwali is a festival full of sweet chidlhood memories, a sky full of fireworks,mouth full of sweets, the house full of diyas and heart full of joy . The 7th GA (Diwali celebration) was conducted online on 6th September 2021 for class 7. Students were dressed up with diwali attire. Various programs were presented one after the other by the students such as singing, dancing , playing instrumental music etc. They also had a discussion with the teachers on the topic "Eco Friendly" diwali. They were also instructed not to use firecrackers as it causes a lot of air pollution. The message of celebrating a green Diwali was reinforced to the students by the teachers. Children shared their happiness, how they enjoyed the festival by savouring sweets, chocolates, spending time with families, doing puja and lighting up days. All the children enthusiastically participated and enjoyed the session thoroughly.
"There is something unique in this soil,which despite many obstacles has always remained the abode of great souls."----SARDAR VALLABHBHAI PATEL.
The birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is being observed as 'Rashtriya Ekta Diwas' (National unity day) on 31st Oct .It encompasses all the state and union territories of India.Our state is paired with both Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.This activity is prescribed by CBSE. The occasion reaffirmed the importance of unity,integrity and security amongst the students and the inherent strength and resilience of our nation to withstand any actual and potential threats which may affect us on the whole. The collaborative pledge on unity was taken by the teachers and the students in Tamil and Kashmiri as they are the state languages of Tamilnadu and the paired states respectively.
The following students have won prizes in the ATM STAR SPEAKER conducted by AMERICAN TAMIL MEDIA dated 25th September,2021 :
Hearty Congratulations Star speakers!!!
Earth, our home planet, is a world unlike any other. The third planet from the sun, Earth is the only place in the known universe confirmed to host life.
We all mourn and groan about the loss of the quality of life through the destruction of our ecosystem and yet each one of us, in our comfortable little ways contribute daily to that destruction. It is time now to awaken in each one of us the respect and attention that our beloved Mother Earth deserves.
The Energy Ambassador Program has chalked out an array of competitions to create awareness about the conservation of Mother Nature among young children, the future citizens of our planet. As a part of our General assembly, one such competition was conducted for the 6th graders. The competition, Poster making, expected the children to creatively make posters based on the theme - Our Lovely planet.
The children had beautifully designed attractive posters conveying their love for our planet and the various means in which we could help her heal.
Dear All Very happy to introduce Mrs V R Vidyalakshmi who has been appointed as the Asst Vice – Principal for the GST & GBKM Branch, She is a M Com B Ed who joined our school in the year 2012 -13 She is the Coordinator for Senior Secondary School, HOD Commerce and ISO Coordinator A very able administrator with sharp acumen who handles crisis effectively We seek your best wishes and support for Mrs V R Vidyalakshmi in her new assignment
With profound grief sharing the demise of Mrs Rukmani Motilal our first Principal and first Academic Advisor of our school She had a rich experience of more than 3 decades with Padma Seshadri Senior Secondary School A noble soul, who was very loving and affectionate and has created many able leaders Ma’am we will miss you May your athma attain sadhgathi
Topic : Terrace Gardening (Theme : Energy Ambassador)
Contributing judiciously to the natural development and conservation at the comfort of your homes. Wow! Who would agree to disagree? Lining up the terrace with plants & shrubs creates a peaceful & aesthetically pleasing environment.
Std 7 teachers oriented the students about the simple methods of growing plants & the importance of Terrace Gardening during this GA. Few students briefed the advantages and benefits of owning a garden in the little space available.Videos of students grooming their own plants from the stage of seed to that of a fully grown up crops were shared.
This activity helped sow a seed of motivation in the students' mind and spread awareness on this domestic and holistic way of farming.
PREPARED BY :- Mrs.Rahini.R
Topic: Anti bullying - Story board
Report : Bullying is an act of using force,teasing or threatening, to abuse, to dominate or intimidate someone. The behaviour is often considered a habitual or a repeated one.
As an intiative to make children aware of bullying and to equip them to be vigilant and bold against bullying, the Anti - bullying committee of our school had planned to explain the concept to the children through story boards.
During the GA , story boards pertaining to bullying were presented. They spoke of different people involved in the scenario - viz the bully, the victim and the bystander.
The story boards depicted few scenarios to tackle the act of bullying. Then a power point presentation was shared for in depth awareness. Finally , a few points on how to act and speak up for oneself and for someone who is being bullied was put forth. Few children even volunteered and shared their experiences. To summarise, the fifth general assembly served as an eye opener for children about bullying and the ways to handle it.
Topic : Storyboard & role play on anti bullying
As part of our General Assembly the students across STD 7 were asked to design a story board and through a role play the students presented a short skit depicting the role of a victim,bystander and aggressor.
The students displayed their creativity and presented attractive story boards and role play with a social message. The role play provided students with the opportunity to develop their way of thinking and kindled in them a feeling of empathy. When children were given the opportunity to role play scenarios they were able to experience the role of bully, victim, and bystander. Kudos to their creativity and talent which they exhibited .The students even discussed the effects of bullying after watching the Power point and some of them could relate to their own experiences. This was to create awareness among them regarding the topic and overall an enriching session indeed!
Sowdhamini-Energy club’s Investiture ceremony (2021-22)
If not we, then who? Yes! The PSBB Millennium School, GBKM is on yet another expedition full of energy and enthusiasm. The school recommenced the Sowdhamini energy club with an optimistic motto of establishing awareness and responsibility among the future generation. On the morning of 7th September, the resplendent event began with opulence. The investiture ceremony was preceded by a soulful rendition and an energetic welcome address. The event continued with the new set of energy ambassadors of 2021-22. The additions and new ideas implemented would definitely benefit the future citizens. The proposed activities of the year included Show and tell and Poster making for the Kindergarten, Fireless cooking, waste management and bookmark making were few activities for the middle school. Nila Choru, a nostalgic age-old tradition, was also included as an activity. Meme making and App development were the proposed activities for high school students. The esteemed Chief guest Mr. Kumaran Mahalingam is a Limca record holder for stand up paddling and a conservation educator. Addressing the exuberant audience, he said the that implementation of energy conservation would play a vital role in preventing global warming. Further, he added that if the people around us are efficient in energy conservation, a new sector of employment would emerge. The honourable Principal Dr. Bhavani Baskar started by quoting “Today’s wastage is tomorrow’s shortage.” She also narrated a short story on a man’s prudence in a desert. She also threw light on emerging waterless toilets. The virtual meet ended with a pleasing vote of thanks. For a long time, we have been vanquishing nature, however now we are simply pounding the life out of it. So, conserve energy ideally!
|Topic :||Creative writing competition (Preliminary round for MillenniumMiracullum (2021-22)
Topic given on the spot
Stories help us understand others and ourselves. We empathize with the characters we encounter in stories. This ability to learn from stories is a skill that will help our next generation throughout their lives. In addition to academic goals, stories enrich lives and provide guidance to living. Stories help to develop a child's imagination by introducing new ideas into their world. Be it story telling or story weaving, children always have a fascination towards it.
It's this, that 'Millennium Miracullum' focusses on. 'Millennium Miracullum' , is an annual inter Millennium creative writing competition hosted by our school. It serves as a platform that nurtures and features creativity of young imaginative minds.
The 4th GA (Creative writing competition) was conducted online on the 4th of September 2021 for classes 6, 7 & 8 to provide children with an opportunity to be creative and express their ideas and thoughts in an innovative way. In the competition, the children had to write a story based on the prompt given. They distinguished themselves as exemplary storytellers sharing vivid images and deep emotions and perceiving the world around them in a mature way. The 5 best works in each section were selected for the secound round.
It was an enriching and enthralling experience for the children to weave a story of their own using the prompt that was provided.
Day care. The word conjures up images of small toddlers, bundled up kids, white boards, cartoons on walls. But no, this is not about the little ones. It is somewhere, a place where the older generation can come together, can be kept an eye on during the day and go back home in the evening.
Yes, you read right. At a time when there is a surge in old age homes, senior citizens gated community, this is one area which people seem to have ignored. Has anyone realized the number of young couples desperate to be with their parents, wanting to be a family but struggling to manage or at a complete loss of how to keep their parents safe and happy while they are at work? The kind of guilt trip that these adults undergo, thinking about leaving their parents all alone or sometimes locking the main gate as it is safer, is unimaginable. Parents who are mobile but who need someone around for either company or fast, proactive response in an emergency are on the rise. Hiring individual help to be with them is not a viable option, financially for many.
The question which usually arises is, why can’t they keep themselves occupied. One needs to understand that as one grows older- physical capacity changes, mobility comes down, one can’t read regularly as one used to, not everyone is into ‘Saas -Bahu’ entertainment nor are they the completely into spiritual arena.
There are a handful of such places maybe which cater to such needs, but they are scattered and not within reachable distance for everyday commuting. If something like this is focused on, then many a family will be able to enjoy the company of each other and life a stress-free life.
PRANAV CHANDAR A. V. (6A) has become Champion in 1st National Online Abacus competition in Brainobrainfest 2021 held on 4th July 2021. Congratulations!!!
She lived in a small world,
Between the mountains,
Beyond the sea,
Wandering the woods
In search for a livelihood
Her eyes filled with tears,
From the memories of the past
And fear of facing the present
And then the future…
She stood there and saw an
Orphan fire burn away...
Its spark gave her warmth and
Sometime to take it slow.
She lay beneath the black
Canvas sprinkled with glitter
And accepted it to be her home
She felt the heat on her face,
And decided to brace for the
New race of life...
After all one must extinguish a flame,
To light a new one.
I stand there looking at it,
Afraid to take it,
Somewhere deep down it feels right
But the fear of losing the present won’t depart,
A hundred thoughts,
No one to escort,
No one but myself to hold on to,
As I think of the days that passed
A storm rises inside me,
An explosion of emotions,
Don’t know which one to pack
For this new journey…
But one thing is for sure,
There is going to be a fresh start
And along I take a suitcase
Called “memories “.
Filled with people who have
Contributed in making me who I am
And YOU are one of them.
We are happy to announce that the following students of our school have won prizes in RAJAJI - INTER SCHOOL ELOCUTION COMPETITION - 2021 held on 31/07/2021:
ASHMITHA ASHOK (IX-C) - 2nd Prize (English Elocution)
AISHWARYA LAKSHMI (IX-C) - 1st Prize (Tamil Elocution)
BHARGAV C IYENGAR (IX-G) - 2nd Prize (Sanskrit Elocution)
Hearty Congratulations !!!
|LIST OF HOLIDAYS AY 2021-22|
|7||6.10.21 to 14.10.21||Wednesday to Thursday||Dasara|
|10||25.12.21 to 1.1.22||Saturday to Saturday||Christmas to Newyear|
|12||14.1.22||Friday||Pongal / Sankranthi|
|13||15.1.22||Saturday||Maattu Pongal / Thiruvalluvar Day|
|15||2.4.22||Saturday||Ugadhi/ Telugu New Year|
|16||14.4.22||Thursday||Tamil New Year|
|DEEPTHI SEETHA AJITH|
|KAUSHAL RISHAB KUMAR|
|RISHI VARUN SEKAR|
|SAI RITHIK MAHALINGAM|
|P SHRUTI SEKHAR|
|BARATH SANJAY A V|
|HEMAHARENI A R|
|PURANI S S|
SHRI GURUBHYO NAMAHA
We are happy to share the results of Std XII Board Exam for the AY 2020-21
Our students have made us proud by securing 100% pass percentage
Please find the stream wise toppers below
490 -Csc (Leshya)
487 - Bio (Nithilameena Muthiah & Tejaswi Prasanna)
486 - Commerce (Anshula)
Congratulations to the students who made us proud
Congratulations to the teachers for their untiring efforts
Congratulations to the parents who had been the pillar of support during the challenging pandemic period
Yazhini M (6C) has won 1st prize - individual in Silambam tournament organised by Aindhinai Silamba Kalaikkoodam which was held on 18th July '21 at Mambakkam, Sriperumputhur.
The following students have won won Gold medal in the KALAM WORLD RECORD dated 17.06.2021.
Congratulations young talents!!!
|Topic :||Van Mahotsav|
|Report : The word "Vanamahothsava" is derived from Sanskrit. Vanam means forest, Utsavam means celebration. This event is an opportunity to thank the forest which supports us by producing the elixir of life Oxygen and other products like honey, herbs (medicines), woods etc. Forests ensure surplus rainfall, prevents soil erosion and more. Forests have helped us in all time and civilization to support and sustain the human kind.
In this celebration, students took part with great enthusiasm and created posters to expose their support and gratitude towards forests. They proved their awareness about the importance of trees and forests. They created posters depicting deforestation, love towards nature, eco-system management , anti-pollution etc. On the whole, the 2nd General assembly had showcased the responsibilities and involement of the students in social welfare."
Name of the Winners
6A - 1. Urvi Sunil Magadum 2. Shasha R 3. Shreyas N
6B - 1. Priyadharshni D 2. Hasini P 3. Samyktha
6C - 1. Sacchin Ram 2. Harshitha K 3. Sreelakshanaa
6D - 1. Yaazhini R 2. Dhooriha R 3. Anushka S
6E - 1. Gayathri Srinivasan 2. Samykutaa A 3. Thaarunya Mohan
6F - 1. Pavithra I.U 2. Aishwarya S 3. Deepshika Arunkumar
6G - 1. Jestina E 2. Vismaya K 3. Yashitha S
|Conducted On :||17.07.2021|
|Time Duration :||40 minutes|
|Topic :||Essay (400 words)/Painting /Poem on
The Achievements of India in the field of Science and Technology
How would I contribute to the development of my country?
The following students have successfully completed the Masterclass crowdfunding live project with a noble cause of distributing Suraksha boxes to the underprivileged in Maharashtra:
1. Harrshini Vijayan (XII-A)
2. Srinidhi B (XII-E)
3. Arjun Srikanth (X-F)
4. Ashmitha Ashok (IX-C)
5. Shravan A (VIII-F)
6.Tarakesh J (X-A)
Hearty Congratulations on fulfilling a social goal !!!
Makes me smile
The twilight Makes my day worthwhile
Is a pretty sight.
After all, who doesn't love pure Light.
Day or night
Good or bad
Girl or boy
Happy or sad
You'll always smile
When you see pure Light
'cause it will make your day worthwhile
What a sight
Everybody...everybody loves pure Light
Have you ever seen a rainbow?
Or looked up at the stars
Wherever you are
Near or far
Always know That
wherever you go
Pure Light will always be there
To lighten up your mood
To lull you to sleep
And help you feel free
Because pure Light
Will always be there
You and Me.
Sahana Mahesh(11B) has secured 3rd place in the Super Senior Category in the EcoAchievers Poster Competition celebrating World Environment Day 2021 organised by SAEVUS.
|Conducted On :||03-07-2021|
|Time Duration:||40 Minutes|
|Class / Level||VII|
|Topic :||LOGO DESIGNING - ANTIBULLYING COMMITTEE|
Bullying traumatizes the affected children's mind which causes an impingement in their day to day activities. Hence, our esteemed organisation has proactively formed a committee to keep bullying at bay and help such children build confidence .
Any committee would require a logo as its identity , so the students of Grade VII were asked to unleash their creativity in designing a logo for our school's AntiBullying Committee.
As a Prelude for the 2nd GA, a Powerpoint Presentation was screened depicting various kinds of bullying and their ill effects on the naive mind of the children.
Children showcased their creativity by presenting their logos to the class. They were also given the opportunity to voice their thoughts that formed the backbone for their logo creation. Some of them shared their views about creating such an indispensable committee in the school.
On the whole 2nd GA for the Academic year 2021-22 was indeed a very thought provoking one.The best seven young minds creations were appreciated by the issual of e- certificates.
1. VINAYAK.E - 7A
2. SANJITHA.S - 7B
3. AVANTIKA MOTHA -7C
4. LOHENDHAR.J - 7D
5. ABIGAIL DHARMARAJ ARAVINDRAJ. - 7E
6. POOJITHA SRI.A.P - 7F
7. NITHIN.K - 7G.
|Topic:||TANGRAM -Task for creativity|
The tangram is a dissection puzzle consisting of seven flat polygons, called tans, which are put together to form shapes. It is invented in China approximately 200 years ago. Each tangram puzzle contains the following:
• 2 large right triangles
• 1 medium-sized right triangle
• 2 small right triangles
• 1 small square
• 1 parallelogram
Math teachers of the respective sections joined along with the class teachers for the smooth conduct of GA.
The activity was demonstrated initially by the Math teacher and the children were asked to proceed the activity and show case their creativity on it.
This activity is conducted in order to make the students understand the concept of polygon and their properties. All the students were asked to cut all the seven shapes using a square color paper and make different pictures out of it. Students enjoyed in doing this activity and made different pictures like Birds, trees, animals, numbers etc.
Kirithik.R (UKG - A) has won prizes in western music rhymes competitions organised by PHOENIX academy:
DEEKSHA .G (4D) has won first prize and a gift voucher worth Rs.1000/- for creating an amazing comic organised by Learn with Comics.
|Time Duration:||45 Minutes|
|Class / Level:||6|
Topic: World Father's Day
World Father's Day is one occasion which comes with an opportunity to make dads feel proud about their contribution in the whole family set up. When the child is born, right from the day 1, he becomes the superhero for his child. The child learns to move and take the first step along with his father. Children, therefore, look for ways to enchant their father and shower them with a heart full of love. So, our first virtual General Assembly topic was "World Father's Day”. Children made greeting cards to their father and expressed their gratitude. They showed a lot of enthusiasm. A few expressed their love in the form of songs and poems. On the whole the General Assembly was heart touching both for the children and their fathers.
Conducted On :
|19th June 2021|
Time Duration :
Class / Level :
|Topic :||Social Innovation and Crowd Funding|
Report : Let's start off appreciating the tremendous effort put into this General Assembly! This assembly was led by Shravan, a student of 8th grade telling us the skills acquired from a workshop he attended and how they could help us in future. He then proceeded with the positives of Social Entrepreneurship which includes NGOs and more. Spreading awareness about Crowd funding was the goal of this Assembly. As the speaker explained, I quote “Crowd funding is collecting funds from various people to support a social cause.” He moved on to explain the difference between Crowd funding and Philanthrophy and that they both are different sources that donate for the same cause. Crowd funding is a situation where “Small drops make an Ocean.” Moreover, he spoke about how our Prime Minister had made a crowd fund for the people who suffered from losing their jobs during this pandemic. He wanted the public to give their opinion on whether this would be successful or not. Though a majority of people had said that this crowd fund would not succeed, in turn the same raised fund to a sum of 9,677.9 Cr. He then quoted the famous Kautilya saying “Kosho Moolo danda” and then explained the terms Kosho as administration, moolo as source and danda as access, that is, 'source is the backbone of our administration.' Further, he brought our attention to the fundraising event of our school, the 'Millennium Fiesta' which set an example by building restrooms for a government school. He then went ahead explaining how academics and social innovations together make a holistic development. An example of social innovation is the 'Suraksha box' which was made by a 14 year old. He proceeded on how he participated in a campaign that distributed the covid-19 Surakhsha boxes to the underprivileged. Finally, there was a shower of doubts and queries posted in the chat box for which the speaker answered patiently and professionally. Thus, this General Assembly was an insight to the 8th graders. Thank you!
|Conducted On :||19-06-2021|
|Time Duration :||40 Minutes|
|Topic :||WORLD MUSIC DAY - G A|
|REPORT : When words fail… Music speaks ! A universal language that unites people
irrespective of their origins and culture.
To celeberate the feelings of love , happiness , oneness that we all experience when our surroundings reverberate with rythm, melody and tune the students of class seven has joined to honour the World Music Day (June 21) as music is an intrinsic part of Indian Culture as their GA activity with all that they have learnt in the art of music.
The GA activity was conducted on 19th of June from 10 am to 10.40 am with in their respective class group under the guidance of their class teachers. All willing and talented students participated with great enthusiasm making our first GA for this academic year a great success. Thank you dear ones for your fabulous performance.
DEEKSHA .S (5D) has won second prize in singing competition conducted by Ford India Pvt Ltd dated 13th Apr 21.
There are a few seats available in Computer Science stream and Commerce stream for class 11 for the AY 2021-22. Please apply online.
For further details click on the ADMISSION PROCEDURE tab
OH THIS IS COMING, COMING ALL THE WAY.
WHAT AN YEAR, UNTIL DECEMBER I SAY.
IT STARTED WITH MAGIC, WE HOPED FOR MORE.
THE VIRUS HIT US ALL, AND SAID NO MORE.
IT MOVED ACROSS COUNTRIES, AROUND THE WORLD.
WE WANT IT TO STOP, IT’S TIME TO BE BOLD. .
WE WERE SO EAGER, TO MEET AND GREET.
TO SEE OUR FRIENDS AND ENJOY A TREAT.
SAVE YOURSELVES AND WEAR A MASK.
I KNOW IT’S DIFFICULT, BUT IT IS THE TASK.
DON’T SHAKE HANDS WITH PEOPLE AROUND.
IT WILL SAVE YOU FROM GOING UNDERGROUND.
IT’S A TEST OF TIME, WE MUST ENDURE
GREAT MINDS ARE AT WORK, TO FIND THE CURE.
WHEN YOU GO OUT, FOLLOW THE RULES.
HELP EVERYONE, GATHER ALL THE TOOLS.
STOP THE CHAIN, THERE ARE LIVES TO SAVE.
HELP THE WARRIORS AND SALUTE THE BRAVE.
“ONLY IN A TIDY PLACE,
DOES A COW SETTLE TO INVEST IN FOOD;
ALL PERSPICUOUS KNOWLEDGE IS DIGESTED,
WHILE THE UNFATHOMABLE ONES ARE RUMINATED.
AFTER ALL COGITATION IS DONE,
THE IMMORAL KNOWLEDGE IS CAST OFF.”
FOR, A COW, SHOULD A STUDENT REPLICATE,
A KNOWLEDGE SEEKER WHO DEFINES THE NATION'S FATE !!!
Ashmitha Ashok (8C) has bagged the first place with a cash prize of Rs 1000/- in the Pictorial Extempore Competition conducted by Shrimathi Devkunvar Nanalal Bhatt Vaishnav College for women, Chrompet held on 23rd March 2021.
Please be informed that we will be conducting an entrance test for the students who are in class 10, AY 2020-21 for admission into class 11, AY 2021-22 who wish to join the Commerce stream on Saturday, 20th March 2021. It will be held at our school from 8 30a.m. onwards.
Those who are interested are requested to register online on our website , download the filled in form and submit at our school office on or before 17th March 2021.
Subjects for the Entrance test :
Grade VI students were taken on a virtual tour to a beautiful
farm on 19.02.2021 .
Topic : “ROOTS TO FRUITS A SUCCESS STORY”
Chief Guest : MR. BHARATH REDDY.
The session started with a prayer song by AASHINI. U of class 6E.
An inspiring video was shown by our team about him to enhance the
student’s knowledge in farming.
Guest lecture was given by Mr. Bharath Reddy about how he
ventured into organic farming. He enthusiastically answered all the
queries posed by the students. During the question hour he shared
his person experiences too.
The students enjoyed the session with great enthusiasm. The
session ended with vote of thanks. It was an interesting and useful
session for all the students.
Kindly find the below link holding the Newly Elected Student Council Body (2021 - 2022)
Report : Virtual field trip allows learners to engage with and to learn about authentic artefacts and to explore places important to their discipline of study and consistent with their individual learning needs .
To make our students experience a way of "visiting" the campus Virtually, A tour to YERCAUD coffee plantation was organised as a GA Activity for our 7th graders through G.meet.
Guest Speaker of the day was Mr. Sunjai Dhas, Sun Agri Consultant. The session began with a prayer song and a welcome speech followed by a video which virtually took our students to the hills of Yercard. The guest explained the various stages of coffee processing with the PPT, followed by a question and answer session and a vote of thanks.
To give our students the best of all the oppurtunities available - this virtual tour was also a success!!
Find the below link - SOF IGKO result
6th May 2021
English language & Literature (184)
10th May 2021
11th May 2021
15th May 2021
21st May 2021
Mathematics Standard (041)
27th May 2021
Social Science (087)
2nd June 2021
4th May 2021
English Core (301)
12th May 2021
Business Studies (054)
13th May 2021
17th May 2021
18th May 2021
24th May 2021
25th May 2021
29th May 2021
Computer Science (083)
1st June 2021
11th June 2021
The 6th graders had a wonderful opportunity to showcase and
explore their talents in public speaking through today's General assembly
(alias) Digital assembly. A short video was screened to throw light on the
a well known game , the JAM for the students to get the ball rolling . There
was an array of topics shortlisted from which the teachers assigned a topic
for each student. The students were given a minute to talk on their topic.
The students put a great show with their overwhelming enthusiasm. They
all had a platform to voice their thoughts in very lucid manner through today's General assemby. It was a pleasure to see the students articulate confidently. On the whole, the activity was a blockbuster.
6A winners - 1. Disha P. Thakker 2. Anandhita R 3. Kartikeya J
6B winners - 1.Sanjitha S 2. Ishika Arya 3.Vidya Nachammai Nachiappan
6C winners - 1. Avantika Motha 2.Yukesh Miran.K 3. Ubadhya Sudharsan
6D winners - 1. Tanishaa. P.P 2. Aditi Ramachandran 3. Pranav Swaminathan
6E winners - 1. Hasini.T.A. 2. Anika Gowry 3. Aashini.U
6F winners - 1. Hashini.K 2.Dhanyavarshini.S 3.Vignesh.S
6G winners - 1.Anu Rakshitha C. S 2. Harshini. H 3. Surya kannan
Online technologies have removed the barriers of the cost and the location from the learning activities and experiences available to the students. Virtual tours are simple, yet effective means to provide rich learning experiences for students.
Our school has provided yet another opportunity for a knowledge filled experience to the students of grade 8 to visit the Pushpak Fragrance Pvt. Ltd located at Nilakottai and an additional opportunity to listen to the guest lecture by Mr. Balakrishnan , Founder and proprietor of Floral Aromatics.
The program started with the motivational and enthusiastic description about the virtual tour by Mrs. Hema Rengarajan which served as a throwback on field trip memories of the past. The virtual tour video transported all of us to Nilakottai virtually.
Krishnavasanth of class 8G gave warm welcome address note and a brief introduction to Mr.Balakrishnan , who so humbly shared his inspiration ,journey and the difficulties he overcome to become a Pioneer in this floral aromatic industry.
A student from each section of grade 8, posed thoughtful question to Mr.Balakrishnan. Mr.Balakrishnan very patiently answered to all the questions asked by students and teachers without any hesitation.
A heartfelt vote of thanks was given by Arya Godi of class 8B which impressed the the guest of the session . The virtual field trip was nevertheless as memorable as the actual field trip.
SHRI GURUBHYO NAMAHA
We are happy to inform that school will reopen for classes 10 & 12 for the AY 2020-21 on Wednesday,20th January 2021
Detailed instructions will be shared through Fliplearn
Invite for MILLENNIUM MUN 2020
Click the below link for the invite and details of MILLENNIUM MUN 2020
The school will remain closed from Thursday, 24th December 2020 to Sunday, 3rd January 2021. School will reopen for 3rd term on Monday, 4th January 2021. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New year !
Admin office will work from 9.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m. on the following days 24,28,29,30 and 31st December 2020.
We take immense pleasure in inviting you for the Felicitation Ceremony of classes IX and XI for the Academic Year 2019-20 to be held on Wednesday, 23rd December 2020 from 3.00 p.m., to 4.30 p.m., Check the invite link given below for details:
LIVESTREAM YOUTUBE LINK :
We take immense pleasure in inviting you for the Academic felicitation ceremony of classes IX and XI for the Academic Year 2019-20 to be held on Wednesday, 23rd December 2020. Check the invite link given below for details:
LIVESTREAM YOUTUBE LINK :
We take immense pleasure in inviting you for the Academic felicitation ceremony of Middle School for the Academic Year 2019-20 to be held on Tuesday, 22.12.2020. Check the invite link given below for details:
Livestream link : https://youtu.be/zmTV5gNTfo0
Click link below to access the MUTHAMIZH MANDRAM COMPETITION RESULTS - AY 2020-21
Hearty Congratulations to all the enthusiastic participants and winners!!!
On the auspicious start of the month of Margazhi, we share the 'Thiruppaavai Paasuram' rendered by H.Sooryanarayanan (2G). To access the video, Click the link given below:
We take immense pleasure in inviting you for the Academic award ceremony - Primary wing:
Click links below to view the invite:
Classes 1 to 3: 17/12/2020
LIVESTREAM YOUTUBE LINK (Classes 1 to 3) : https://youtu.be/hwbst7mhutI
Classes 4 & 5 : 18/12/2020
LIVESTREAM YOUTUBE LINK (Classes 4 & 5) : https://youtu.be/ghzV2LEwKS4
The following participants of the lower house team won the Runner-up in VAAKYA YUDDHA'2020 organised by The PSBB Millennium, OMR branch dated 20.11.2020 & 21.11.2020
Ashmitha Ashok -8C
Aishwarya Lakshmi - 8C
Kanvar Pranav Kumar - 8F
Shravan A - 7F
Bharath Chidambaram - 7F
Ashmitha Ashok (8C) won the Best speaker award.
Hearty Congratulations !!!
Life is boring until someone adds glitter and shimmer
The inspiration to shine
To follow your new light
To follow your dreams
‘Cause life is more than it seems.
Doesn’t matter if it’s day or night
If you follow the light
You will always shine
And do better than just fine
‘Cause when you find inspiration
You’d literally soar
Go higher than you’ve ever been before.
When you find your determination
Your long living inspiration
You can relieve any wish
To fly with birds or swim with fish
Be an astronaut in a suit or a musician with a flute.
So many choices
You’ll know which one it is
When you find it - inspiration.
ISRO is conducting a lecture series (on Dec. 4, 2020 and Dec. 10, 2020 from 2 pm to 3:30 pm) aiming to sensitize youth (9th-12th standard school and under graduate college students) about the essence of climate and weather and their implications on society.
There is no fee for the lec-dem event.
The live streaming of the series can be accessed via YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/user/edusat2004.
Click link below to view the list of student awardees and awards of SCIENCE OLYMPIAD FOUNDATION for AY 2019-20 :
Hearty Congratulations to all the participants and prize winners!!!
Click the below link to view the video of Inauguration of ENERGY CLUB
CLICK THE BELOW LINK TO VIEW THE WINNERS OF THE INTRA SCHOOL COMPETITION CONDUCTED BY ENERGY CLUB
Report : Puppetry has always been an intriguing art form sparking interest from audiences of all ages. Envisioning the life sagas of great kings and heroes the traditional art form is extremely popular in rural India. Emerging from the grassroot levels, puppetry in India has its own unique identity depending on its region of origin. In order to make the students understand the various types of puppets and the methods of preperation, puppet making activity is given with slogan framing. Students participated with great zeal and surprised their peers with a variety of handmade puppets, glove puppet,string puppet, stick puppet to name a few. The slogans creatively written explicitly showcased their takeaway from the year 2020.
Top three students were evaluated based on their creativity and slogan and certificates were issued.
Name of the Certificate winners:
8A - 1. Ananya Jayashankar 2. Riya Mathur 3. Nethra Muthu Kumar 3. Divya.P
8B - 1. JOANN NIJITHRA 2. ROSHAN S.V 3. TARUKESH.
8C - 1. Jeevana S 2. Shrinidhi N 3. Neharikka N
8D- 1. Shrikeerthi.M 2. Sriram. M. M 3. Srija. N 3. Sri Vardhini. A
8E- 1. Sendhini.O 2.Radhani.R 3.Khavin.J 3.vidhathri Arjun
8F- 1. Neharika.S 2. Varsha.S 3. Madhesh.P 3. Rithvikaa Sri.J.R
8G- 1. Tiya Thiagarajan 2. Krishna Vasanth 3. Tanvee V.S 3. Netra Nandhini. R.
Respective class teachers are the Judges.
Report : A Diya or an earthern lamp is synonymous to the festival of Deepavali or Diwali.Diyas adorn every corner of the house on this very auspicious day and add fervour to the festive spirit. To make it very true our students of class 7 decorated Diyas' as their GA Activity.The session began with a brief introduction by the class teachers, students with great enthusiasm started decorating the diya with lots of colour and decorative material and displayed it as a mark to celebrate the victory of good over evil.
Criteria for Judging :- Colouring and decorating with elegance and creativity
Winners Name List :-
7A-1) Jayasri .P 2)Jasmine Zunairaah .K 3)Aradhana .A.B
7B - 1) Harini Natarajan 2) Pranaya .R 3) Rithanya .T
7C - 1) Lekha .S 2) Mridula Anand 3) Yuvan Yahdid
7D - 1) Hirthika 2)Rithika 3)Varun Srinivas
7E - 1) Shalini .R 2) Rithvikha Sara .V 3) Keshav Manoj
7F - 1) Lakshman Athithiya .T 2) Sreeja .B 3) Yashuvanthikaa .M
7G -1) Arundathi Subram 2) Gia Samuel 3) Lauhith Satish Kumar
The topic chosen for the General Assembly was Nature walk and how the Coronavirus has helped the plants& animals to bounce back. The students were asked to dress as animals or plants and talk a few lines on the vital environmental changes evident during the COVID -19 lockdown.
Few points shared by the students are listed below:-
Criteria for judging:- Creativity,Expression and Relevance.
6A 1) Kartikeya J 2) Anandhita R 3) Disha P Thakker
6B 1) Sanjitha S 2) Sahana A 3) Joshitaa R
6C 1) Aarohi Pandey 2) Avantika Motha 3) Srijan.C
6D 1) Prianka.M 2) Janani.K 3) Shwetha.G
6E 1) Srilaya.R 2) Tanay Santosh.G 3) Nedeeshwar.S
6F 1) GANESH KUMAR.K.S 2)RITVIK.S 3)POOJITHA SRI.A.P
6G 1)Cavin Joel. J 2) Hemanth Ram. A 3)Shrinidhika
Attention : All - Uniform sales is postponed due to inclement weather and the fresh dates will be announced later.
Everyone has different needs.
Dear Students, Kindly find the below link to get the details of SOF Exams and the schedule of the SOF Exams.
Click the given links to access Millennium Miracullum results and video:
Hearty Congratulations to all the enthusiastic partcipants and the winners!!!
The topic was chosen to create awareness amongst the future generation about the energy and water conservation. Energy conservation is very important for sustainable development. Energy save is energy produce. We should not only save energy but also try to minimise pollution level to save our natural environment. It was the second General Assembly of std 6 for the year 2020. Children participated with great enthusiasm and zeal and showed their beautiful creativity. To motivate and to kindle their talent e-certificate was provided for the best three participants in a class.
Criteria for judging: ideas of showing energy conservation,clarity,presentation,colouring ,creativity and their explanation.
Winners Name List:
6A - 1.Sai Navin Balakrishan 2.Lakshita S 3.Harshika Diwakar
6B - 1.Sanjitha S 2.Goli Varshini 3.Varshini S
6C - 1.Vinay D 2.Kritin V Rajesh 3.Vishnu Chaitanya
6D - 1.Manushree R 2.Madhushree A 3.Prasanna Venkatesan
6E - 1.Kavinchandar G 2.Girisha Prassanna 3.Abigail Dharmaraj Aravindraj
6F - 1.Shruthika U 2.Prahnav V 3.Jagavi Shree P
6G - 1.Ayaan Rawoof 2.Netraa S 3.Nithilan Prakasam
"There is no Energy crisis, only a crisis of ignorance" goes a saying about Energy Management.
The objectives of Energy resource management are resource conservation, climate protection and cost savings. These aspects were portrayed by the students of class 7 in the General Assembly through flamboyant posters. The posters also depicted the methods to achieve and maintain optimum energy procurement and utilisation which helps to minimise energy cost and wastage. The students also addressed about energy consumption and its use in our day to day life.
Criteria for judging: Ideas of showing energy conservation, clarity, presentation, colouring, creativity and their explanation.
Winners Name List:
7A - 1. Poornitha.M 2. Nanditha.B 3.Dhiya Roshan
7B - 1. Sai Harshini 2. Harini.N 3. Riddhi sankar
7C - 1. Haritha. S 2. Yuvan Yahdid.S.S 3. Divya Darshana
7D - 1. Niharika.D.A 2. Shamita 3. Smrithi Sankar
7E - 1.Keshav manoj 2.Iniya .I 3.Rohit Mathew Rabindran
7F - 1. Bharat Chidambaram 2. Shravan A 3. Riya Rassal
7G - 1. Anupama Deepak 2. Sangamithra.P 3. Anushree Reddy.V
Waste management is an innovative technology that tries to solve basic supply problems around the globe. Waste management includes the activities and actions required to manage waste from its inception to its final disposal. This includes the collection, transport, treatment and disposal of waste, together with monitoring and regulation of the waste management process. This activity is designed to make the students understand the importance of waste managment and stimulate the research interest. With the help of this activity, identify the student who can give best solution to avoid or reduce the waste and make a useful thing out of it. They should define the user's needs and problems and find solution for the problem. Solution should be made in the form of model or sketch.
Name of the prize winners:
8A - Anmol Latheesh
8B - Shreya Anand
8C - Varshitha. R
8D - Mahil. B
8E - Senthini. O
8F Mithun Shakthi
8G Adithya. S.
Grand Parents day is celebrated to honor and express gratitude for the constant love, care, and support they shower. Every year the first Sunday in September is celebrated as a national grand parents day. In order to inculcate the habit of understanding the importance of grand parents, their contribution for the well being of the family, grand parents day is celebrated in our school on 29th September. All the students were asked to express their affection towards their grand parents with the help of songs, poem or gift of their choice. Grand parents felt overwhelmed and blessed the children for having made this day special and memorable.
The topic was chosen to create awareness amongst the future generation to recycle and reuse the waste materials of the coconut products into fantastic and usable materials. It was the first General Assembly of Std 6 for the year 2020. Children participated with great enthusiasium and showcased their creativity and innovative ideas in making different products using coconut materials. To motivate and to kindle their interest e-certificate was provided for the best three participants in a class.
Criteria for judging : actual waste element of the raw material used, innovation and creativity, usability , timely completion and presentation.
Winners Name list :
6A - 1. APOORVA S 2. KOCHERLAKOTA CHAITRASREE 3. RASHMIKA CHOWDARY K
6B - 1. SANJITHA S 2. SAI VIDVATHAMAN S 3. ISHIKA ARYA
6C - 1. INESHWAR R.B 2. YUKESH MIRAN K 3. SAANVI MISHRA
6D - 1. JYOYSNA HARIKRISHNAN 2. DHITSITHAA S 3. JHANAVI S
6E - 1. YUVARISHI KESAVAN J 2. DHITISITHAA S 3. SRILAYA R
6F - 1. SHRUTHIKA U 2. POOJITHA SRI 3. JAYA ADITHYA J
6G - 1.SHRINIDIKHA V 2. AATHIRAI RS 3. HEMANTH RAM A
It has been rightly said,”Helping hands and loyal beings can shape a world of Peace and Harmony”. Keeping the spirit of this statement, the students of class 7 celebrated the International Day of Peace as GA activity which included Speech, song and poster making. The session began with a brief introduction of the topic by the class teacher followed by the confident and informative speech given by the children. The students who had chosen singing presented a treat to our ears with their self composed songs. Finally, the students enthusiastically displayed their colourful posters with eye catching quotes. This day thus had multiple objectives: of acquainting the students with the importance of peace and igniting in them the spirit to shape a peaceful world
Vyavasthaa 2020, the second edition of The PSBB Millennium School, Gerugambakkam's inter school debate competition was held on the 11th and 12th of September 2020. In spite of the current circumstances, the event was held online on Discord and Google Meets that provided two days of competitive and intense debating.
The event kicked off with the inaugural ceremony which included speeches from the Principal, Mrs Bhavani Baskar and the chief guest Dr. Bhavani Shankar. The league rounds of the competition commenced on the 11th of September with 8 upper house schools and 6 lower house schools debating each other on engrossing topics offering new view points and several unique interpretations. Abacus Montessori and Sishya from the upper house qualified for the finals. The lower house finalists were Sishya and the Chennai Public School, Thirumazhisai.
Day Two of Vyavasthaa 2020 was the grand finals for both the upper and lower house. The upper house finalists debated the motion, “This house would allow soldiers to sue their governments for negligence” while the lower house debated on “This house would offer dictators immunity in return for leaving power”. Both sets of debaters engaged in a session of passionate debating which had the audience eyes planted on their screens. Soon after, the results were announced and Sishya swept the tournament winning both the upper house and the lower house while Abacus and CPS Thirumazhisai ended the tournament as runners.
Vyavasthaa is a tournament that is built on the foundations of traditional debating. With its main goal being to play host to an array of talented debaters and orators who are willing to put their skills on display and this year we were able to achieve that goal on a broader scale while witnessing some truly fascinating debating. On the whole the event was a great success and The PSBBMS, GBKM debate club hopes to do it all again next year.
Sai Sarabesh T (III C) has secured first place in U-9 category in the 6th GVCA online Chess tournament organised by Gnana Vidhya Chess Academy. Hearty Congratulations!!!!
Important notification available on CBSE website.
Nature has created a wonderful serendipity. Since the beginning of the 21st century, advanced modernization, along with its benefits has bought many perilous components to our realm.
It’s hard to express in words as to how the pandemic has affected the environment in real time, but a pressing issue for environmental groups is the potential waste being produced by more people using single-use items, such as disinfecting wipes and paper towels. In addition to bleach and alcohol, soap and water works on different surfaces.
As countries around the world are following various lockdown measures to prevent the further spread of COVID-19,researchers are analysing reports on how this has left a positive impact on the environment. The sharp decrease in economic activity has resulted in a decrease in greenhouse gas emissions. Hence, cities are seeing a notable drop in air pollution.
Clean air is, of course, welcome, but what do we need to do to keep this and other positive trends going?
UNICEF has collected a number of climate friendly tips for us with regard to energy, paper, water, food, air quality and plastic waste.
The lockdown that is observed in many parts of the world to flatten the curve has also caused the ozone layer, which remained shattered till the last 6 months, has resilience by almost 18%. It is expected to heal by 50% expeditiously.
The prevailing pandemic is a lesson taught to mankind for frivolously destroying mother nature. However it is also necessary to stay united and sanguine albeit far apart. We are supposed to stay aplomb and follow the precautions vehemently for the benefit of our posterity.
Sanjana desigan (Class: 9B)
Shri Gurubhyo Namaha!!!
Happy and proud to share the results of Class 12 students of the AY 2019-20 who have made PSBBMS GBKM flag fly high!!!
Computer Science stream : HIRANMAYI MOHAN - 490
Biology stream : SONESH KUMAR SWAIN - 485
Commerce stream : R.S.A.SUDARSHAN – 489
Chemistry : HIRANMAYI MOHAN
Economics : PRATIKSHA, SHRUTI A, SAMANVITHA MURALI
Shri Gurubhyo Namaha !!!
We are extremely happy to share the class 10 results of the AY 2019-20
R MEENAKSHI - 494
LAKSHMAN KISHORE - 490
SHRAVAN BALAJI - 488
CENTUM SCORERS IN MATHEMATICS:
CENTUM SCORERS IN SANSKRIT :
CENTUM SCORER IN SOCIAL STUDIES :
1. R MEENAKSHI
Shri Gurubhyo Namaha!
Thank you for your immense support in our new endeavour to ensure continuity of learning. We are overwhelmed to receive positive responses from you with regard to this novel venture. While our teachers are equipping themselves to take their students through this new learning experience, we are at fine tuning and resolving glitches. Nevertheless, we understand that this digital platform can in no way completely substitute the conventional and comprehensive classroom teaching, that we are accustomed to. These virtual classes have been resorted to as there isn’t any alternative in this precarious situation. The timetable has hence been kept flexible and quite relaxing with periodic allotment for upload of resources/ modules for co scholastic areas as well. We hope and pray that with your unstinted support, we will be able to continue this new experience of imparting knowledge and ensure that the present uncertainty doesn’t disrupt your child’s learning process.
May the learning continue!
Stay home! Stay safe!