The first Investiture Ceremony of Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally was held on 06-07-2019. The ceremony began with the Welcoming of the Chief Guest Sri Harish Chandra Prasad, Secretary, Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally by the elected Heads of the school with a smart march-past. The program began with the Welcome Speech by our Principal Ms. Namrata Sandhu, who addressed the gathering stating the importance of nurturing leadership qualities in students so that they are ready to become our future leaders. Then followed was the Invocation dance by the primary students who enthralled the crowd with beautiful and graceful movements. The event proceeded with its main purpose wherein The Chief Guest along with The Principal invested the badges to all the student council members and administered the Oath. The Chief Guest spoke about the importance of Investiture and stated how important their positions were and how the Student leaders should strive to give their best. Finally, the Head Girl Ms. N Veeksha expressed her gratitude and put forward her thoughts. Before the Head Boy Master L Mani Kumar spoke to express his gratitude and willingness to work towards making the school reach greater heights, there was the motivational song by the Middle School students. The event was heading to an end on a positive note with a group photograph of the student council members with our distinguished Chief Guest and The Principal. The event ended with the Vote of Thanks proposed by Ms Vanshika and Master Vedic, followed by The National Song
Posted on July 06, 2019
Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally conducted a Special Assembly for Vanamahotsavam on 10th July. The Academic Coordinator, Jubilee Hills Public School, Ms. Sonia Nagpal and The Principal, Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally Ms. Namrata Sandhu were present to grace the occasion. The programme began with a sloka invoking the blessings of the Lord. This was followed by a sequence of wonderful cultural events presented by the students of Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally. The assembly consisted of a dance, song and a ballet stating the importance of both trees and forests. It also laid the importance of saving, protecting and planting more trees not only for the present generations but also for future generations. The Academic Coordinator, Jubilee Hills Public School, Ms. Sonia Nagpal and The Principal, Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally Ms. Namrata Sandhu participated in the programme and along with the students of class VIII planted saplings in the school premises which initiated the Vanamahotsavam programme. With this the assembly came to an end and all the students dispersed to their classes
Posted on July 10, 2019
Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally celebrated 73rd Independence Day with patriotic fervor and enthusiasm. The flag was hoisted in the school premises by the Chief Guest Mr. Harish Chandra Prasad, Chairman, JHPS. The Principal Ms Namrata Sandhu addressed the gathering to mark the beginning of the program. The theme of the event was "Sashakt Bharat". The school presented a colourful programme which comprised of songs, dances and skits. Students presented a speech on Empowered Women In India based on the theme, followed by a ballet "Veera Mangai" a short presentation about one of our lesser known but earliest woman freedom fighter Velu Nachiyar. The students also beautifully recited a Telugu recitation "Sreelu Pongina Jeeva gadda" related to the theme. There exist countless unsung men and women in India working silently and selflessly. The students highlighted and portrayed such great heroes who has dedicated themselves to the progress and prosperity of our nation, to the welfare of all our people, to the unity and integrity of our nation. The Hindi street play 'Nukkad Naatak-Jaagrat Bharateeya' was used to talk about our inflation and exploitation. The last item was an amazing dance to the song 'Nirmitee- Jaago Mohan Pyare' in honour of all the women of India. The program came to an end with an inspiring speech given by The Chairman Mr. Harish Chandra Prasad followed by the Vote Of Thanks by the students of Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally
Posted on August 15, 2019
Hindi Divas, Telugu Divas and Teachers' Day was celebrated at Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally on 05th September 2019 with full of gaiety and enthusiasm. The program began with the Hindi Divas celebration. The occasion began with a prayer followed by a speech by Samhitha from class VI, on the greatness of Hindi language. It was followed by Hindi poem recitation, Dohas and riddles by various children and concluded with students thanking the teachers on the occasion of Teachers Day. The Chairman, JHPS Mr. Harish Chandra Prasad, addressed the teachers and students on the occasion of Teachers Day. Sir spoke about the importance of Teachers to the students through a shloka- Guru Brahma, Guru Vishnu. This was followed by Telugu Divas celebrations. The students from classes VII and VI that is Hasini and Likith gave a speech on praising the sweetness of Telugu language and the importance of celebrating Telugu Divas. The Telugu Divas concluded with a speech by Mr. Abhilash who spoke about the importance of the language and its origination. Various games were organized on this special occasion and the teachers participated very enthusiastically. Gifts were distributed to all the teachers as a mark of appreciation on the eve of Teachers day.
Posted on November 03, 2019
Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally celebrated 'Tarang' Parent Day of on 31st August 2019 in the school premises. The Principal Ms. Namrata Sandhu presided over the occasion. The programme began with a prayer song by class IV students followed by a welcome dance by students from class III and IV. The Principle Ms, Namrata Sandhu then formally welcomed the gathering. In her address, she stressed on the importance of holistic education as a responsibility of both school and home and how our children need to be prepared for the 21st Century. Parent day is such an event that focuses on the all round development of each and every student. The theme of the day was 'Panchatatva' - The Five Elements of Nature and the first performance based on the theme was an action song- An Ode to the five elements related to the elements of nature, followed by a Telugu skit Arachethilo Aarogyam. Then there was a Ballet- A Breath of Fresh Air with a strong message to save trees and also plant more trees for ourselves and our future generations. This was followed by an inspiring song "The Earth" that was again to remind us how we all are a part of the Earth. The event proceeded with a meaningful show on the theme, with a Hindi skit titled Manaviya Pravrutti. The students of class III, IV and V chanted the Shlokas 'Panchabhoota Gayathri' based on the theme too. The programme concluded with their grand finale thematic dance - 'Pancheekaranam' which mesmerized the audience with the participants graceful, energetic moves. The programme concluded with the vote of Thanks proposed by the students from class V. There was active participation by all the children from classes III, IV and V. Parents shared their views and were very happy seeing their kids perform confidently on the stage. They felt that the theme chosen was exemplary and appreciated the efforts and hard work put in by the children and the teachers.
Posted on August 31, 2019
Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally conducted a Special Assembly on 25th October on the auspicious occasion of Diwali. The assembly began with exercise invoking fitness among the students followed by the Morning Prayer and meditation. This was followed by a sequence of wonderful cultural events presented by the students of classes VII and VIII of Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally. The assembly consisted of an English poem on Diwali, the Festival of Lights, a Hindi speech on the Five auspicious days of Diwali, an English Speech on the significance of this special day and a Hindi poem on how we celebrate Diwali in our country. The poems and the speeches were very well delivered by all the students from classes VII and VIII. This was followed by a dance wishing everyone a very Happy Diwali. Ms. Jayamani, English Teacher spoke about the importance of safe and green Diwali. The assembly concluded with The Principal, Ms Namrata Sandhu, in her address stressed on the significance of the festival and the importance of environmental conservation Diwali. It was a well conducyed assembly which concluded on a positive note.
Posted on October 26, 2019
Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally conducted a Special Assembly on 27th September on the event of Dushera. The assembly began with the Morning Prayer to invoke God on this auspicious day. The program started with a speech by the Head Girl of Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally, Ms. Veeksha on the significance of the festival Dushera. This was followed by a song, Aigiri Nandini by the students of class II. There was also a speech in Hindi which emphasised on the importance of Dushera. The next event was a dance by class 3 and 4 on Nava Durga i.e., the nine manifestations of the Goddess Durga especially worshipped during the festival of navaratri. A Telugu speech was delivered on Bathukamma followed by a Bathukamma dance- a traditional folk dance by the girls of Jubilee Hills Public School, Rampally. The assembly concluded and The Principal, Ms Namrata Sandhu solicited the students on this auspicious occasion. With this the assembly came to an end with the expected happiness of the impending Dussehra Vacation.
Posted on September 27, 2019