Monthly Archives: October 2012

Jainam’s Achievement

Young Master Mind

Jainam Shah of class III-C participated in a Chess tournament organized by LML School on 28th October,2012 and bagged the first position in group A. He was awarded with a trophy and a certificate for his exceptional performance.

“CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES”

“CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES”

A two-day event entitled ‘Talent Hunt’ was held on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th of October 2012 at the school premises.  Preparation and selection went on right from the beginning of the month.  The activities were divided into two sections competitive and non-competitive.  Parents were called as judges for the competitions.  The names of the activities and winners are given below.

Apart from competitions, a few activities like awareness rally, wall painting, business skill and remarkable nukkad nataks were also conducted. Debate, Posters, painting on the wall, nukkad nataks and rally were based on the themes of Save the Girl Child, Right to Education and Right to Information.  In ‘business skill’ students made things like bookmarks, pouches, mobile covers, decorative envelopes, painted ‘diyas’ and sold them at reasonable prices.  All proceeding will go to charity.

Debate

Category 1 (Class 7 & 8)

S.R.No.

Name of the Student

Class

Position

1

Shreeja Desai

8

First

2

Dhruvi Khamar

7

Second

3

Aayushi Shali

7

Third

 

Category 2 (Class 11)

S.R.no.

Name of the Student

Class

Position

1

Shimoni Thakkar

11

First

2

Stuti Sharma

11

Second

 

Rangoli Making

Category 1(Class 11)

First Position

S.R.No.

Name of the Student

Class

1

Mitali Modi

11

2

Rishwa Shah

11

3

Harshita Modi

11

4

Hetanshi Shah

11

5

Shraddha Rathi

11

6

Mansi Shah

11

 

Category 2(Class 8)

First Position

S.R.No

Name of the Student

Class

1

Tithi Patel

8

2

Chinmayee Parikh

8

3

Jesal Varsani

8

4

Ritu Shah

8

5

Dhriti Patel

8

Second Position

S.R.No.

Name of the Student

Class

1

Mahima Soni

8

2

Anshu Patel

8

3

Punya Chhajer

8

4

Bhavnishkaur Chhabda

8

5

Nandini Khemani

8

6

Shikha Menon

8

 

Jingle Making

First Position

S.r.No.

Name of the Student

Class

1

Kashish Patel

10 B

2

Dhruv Mehta

10 C

3

Kirti Agarwal

10 B

4

Shivani Dad

10 B

5

Tanay Shah

10 B

 

Second Position

S.r.No.

Name of the Student

Class

1

Heer Brahmbhatt

11 E

2

Monali Gupta

11 D

3

Aishwarya Chari

11 D

4

Saanya Sinha

11 E

5

Anushka Gupta

11 E

 

Poster Making

Category 1 (Class 7)

S.r.No.

Name of the Student

Class

Position

1

Aanshi Patel

7

First

2

Aleesha Chathanattu

7

Second

3

Shubhangi Hiranandani

7

Third

 

Category 2 (Class 8)

S.r.No.

Name of the Student

Class

Position

1

Nandini Khemani

8

First

2

Radhika Kotak

8

Second

3

Hiteshi Raval

8

Third

 

Solo Singing

Category 1(Class 7 & 8)

S.r.No.

Name of the Student

Class

Position

1

Aarnav Buch

8

First

2

Devanshi Patel

8

Second

3

Chinmayee Parikh

8

Third

 

Category 2(Class 9 & 11)

S.r.No.

Name of the Student

Class

Position

1

Pranati Vangipuram

11

First

2

Heer Brahmbhatt

11

Second

 

Solo Instrumental

Category 1(Class 7 & 8)

S.r.No.

Name of the Student

Class

Position

1

Yash Modi

8

First

2

Dhruvin Thakore

8

Second

Category 2(Class 9 & 11)

S.r.No.

Name of the Student

Class

Position

1

Dhruv Mehta

10

First

2

Rahil Shah

9

Second

3

Raj Shah

9

Third

 

All the above students were conferred with certificates as a gesture of appreciation. 

Akanksha Bhan’s Achievement

Tennis Champ

Akanksha Bhan of class 7 D participated in tennis tournament organized by AITA Shaishya TPPAG Talent Series from 22nd October to 26th October, 2012 and bagged the position of Winner in girls U-12 Singles and managed to be on Semi Finalist position in girls U-14 Singles event. She was awarded with a certificate and a trophy for her outstanding performance.

Malav’s Achievement

Billiards Champ

Malav Parikh of class 11 is a renowned name in the field of Billiard and Snooker. He has many achievements to his credit. He bagged first position and emerged as winner in Sub Junior(under 18) Billiard Championship, he was a runner up in Sub Junior(under 18) Snooker  and also he managed to acquire the third position in Junior (under 21) Billiard Championship. The tournaments were organized by Sub Junior Gujarat State Ranking Billiards and Snooker Championship.

 

Dev’s Achievement

 

Young Artist

Dev Kapadia of class 5 B participated in painting competition organized by  Vishwanandikar Jain Sangh from 7th October to 14th October, 2012. The theme provided was Maa Saraswati Devi, the participants had to draw and colour the picture of  Saraswati Devi.  As there was no age bar to participate,  people from all age groups participated and Dev managed to bag third position. He was awarded with a trophy, certificate and cash prize for his outstanding performance.

World SPACE Week

 

World SPACE Week

From 8th October to 13th October is declared as ‘World Space Week’.   To mark the event, USAC organized an exhibition on the same on 9th and 10th October. The members of the club enthusiastically made models of Space Crafts, Newsletters and Power Point Presentations to platform and demonstrate the activities of the club.  All the students and parents who happened to come to school, visited the exhibition and the whole process was appreciated by one and all. 

Visit to Old Age Home

Visit to Old Age Home 

‘Respecting and caring for our Elders’ is one of the moral values which is inculcated in the students at  USFC.  In the light of  the same, a few students of class 9 and10 accompanied by teachers, visited Old Age Home under the umbrella banner of ‘Joy of Giving Week’.

The inmates, though old and feeble, gave our children a warm welcome.  To break the monotony of their lives the students presented different programmes, an instrumental piece and bhajans, for them.  These were whole -heartedly enjoyed and appreciated by them. It was a feast to the eyes and hearts to watch their response – some were clapping, some were dancing while  some were simply sitting and watching with misty eyes, perhaps remembering their bygone days or maybe  remembering their own children or grandchildren. Our students gave the elderly people a few moments of joy but came back with a life-time experience.