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Sunday, October 30, 2011

I Term General Exhibition at Modern's Stellar School

Highlights of Exhibition
  • Blood Group Checking.
  • Nagarjunasagar Project.
  • Secret Information on Papers.
  • Davaleswaram Project.
  • Matchbox Microphone.
  • Bio-gas.
  • All Country Currencies.
  • Colour for Tablets.
  • Energy Releasing from Salt Water.
  • Magnetic Train.
  • Resonating Column.
  • Periodic Table.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Diwali Celebrations at Modern's Stellar School


Modern Stellar School Students celebrated the festival of Diwali by organising inter-house exhibition of Diwali handicrafts, which were prepared by the students themselves.
The items prepared by students included different types of candles, diyas and pooja thalis which were very colourful and decorated with ribbons, sparkles, beads, shells, stars, mirrors, glitters etc. Candles displayed were of varying shapes and sizes — ranging from small diya shaped to floral, floating, minar shaped, dome shaped and some were even decorated with bows and frills made of wax.
Every “house” displayed their items in a very innovative way - decorating it with colourful dupattas, pictures of gods and goddesses and making various designs of Rangoli ranging from geometrical to floral patterns. The whole display was overwhelming. There was a stall put up by the primary section of the school, which had candles made in the shape of comic characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Tin-Tin, Shin Chan, Spiderman, Superman and Batman.
The management of the school including the director, CH.Mahesh garu & CH.Mastanrao garu,  appreciated this endeavour of the students and encouraged them to celebrate every festival with the same spirit and enthusiasm. “Through this exhibition, students tried to convey in their small way and taught us how this pious festival can be celebrated in other way than by just burning crackers and polluting the environment, “ said principal B.Vijaya Lakshmi Prasuna.

Diwali Celebrations at Modern High School - Subbaiahthota Campus

Modern High School Students celebrated the festival of Diwali by organising inter-house exhibition of Diwali handicrafts, which were prepared by the students themselves.The items prepared by students included different types of candles, diyas and pooja thalis which were very colourful and decorated with ribbons, sparkles, beads, shells, stars, mirrors, glitters etc. Candles displayed were of varying shapes and sizes — ranging from small diya shaped to floral, floating, minar shaped, dome shaped and some were even decorated with bows and frills made of wax.Every “house” displayed their items in a very innovative way - decorating it with colourful dupattas, pictures of gods and goddesses and making various designs of Rangoli ranging from geometrical to floral patterns. The whole display was overwhelming. There was a stall put up by the primary section of the school, which had candles made in the shape of comic characters like Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Tin-Tin, Shin Chan, Spiderman, Superman and Batman.
The management of the school including the director, CH.Mahesh garu & CH.Mastanrao garu,  appreciated this endeavour of the students and encouraged them to celebrate every festival with the same spirit and enthusiasm. “Through this exhibition, students tried to convey in their small way and taught us how this pious festival can be celebrated in other way than by just burning crackers and polluting the environment, “ said principal CH.lakshmi.

Monday, October 24, 2011

Green day Celebrations at Modern E.M School (Pandaripuram Campus)


Parents, pupils and teachers celebrated ecological and green living yesterday evening, at the school’s "Green Day" organised by Art teacher Haritha. The event highlighted the work the school has been doing this year in support of the environment. The Primary School is trying hard this year to advance programmes supporting a clean and safe environment for the children and the world. Their work was presented in a very visual way through exhibits that were placed on display for parents to enjoy. These had themes from personal hygiene (dental care) to road safety, to the importance of looking after the environment at large.
All the exhibits were made from recycled materials. But the exhibition was just a small part of the afternoon program. The students and parents split up into class groups and did activities with teachers. Among these were "weaving peace" - projects done on home-made hand-looms, a quiz about the environment, producing clocks, mobiles, and other interesting things from thrown-away materials. Using old shoes as plant pots and orphaned socks to make colourful centipedes. This being the Middle-East, a pot-luck meal brought by parents was also an important part of the afternoon - with care not to pollute the environment with throw-away plastic cups!

Green Day Celebrations at Modern E.M School (Subbaiahthota Campus)


Parents, pupils and teachers celebrated ecological and green living yesterday evening, at the school’s "Green Day" organised by Art teacher Haritha. The event highlighted the work the school has been doing this year in support of the environment. The Primary School is trying hard this year to advance programmes supporting a clean and safe environment for the children and the world. Their work was presented in a very visual way through exhibits that were placed on display for parents to enjoy. These had themes from personal hygiene (dental care) to road safety, to the importance of looking after the environment at large.
All the exhibits were made from recycled materials. But the exhibition was just a small part of the afternoon program. The students and parents split up into class groups and did activities with teachers. Among these were "weaving peace" - projects done on home-made hand-looms, a quiz about the environment, producing clocks, mobiles, and other interesting things from thrown-away materials. Using old shoes as plant pots and orphaned socks to make colourful centipedes. This being the Middle-East, a pot-luck meal brought by parents was also an important part of the afternoon - with care not to pollute the environment with throw-away plastic cups!

Sunday, October 2, 2011

Stellar School Students Visited Guntur Medical College Lab


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