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Community Lunch - Class 8

The Community lunch 2019 was held on the 9th of July 2019 for class VIII A and B from 11.15am to 12.15 pm. A menu was prepared and children were asked to carry a variety of food items which was informed through a circular. The community lunch started with a prayer followed by parent volunteers and teachers serving food. Children enjoyed the food with their friends and the teachers around. Every child felt the enthusiasm and the sheer joy of sharing. They happily walked back to their classes and continued with the afternoon session.

The spirit of togetherness, socializing, acceptance, appreciating and sharing were exhibited.This spirit thus paved the way for the achievement of the community lunch.

Community Lunch - Class 8

State Rajyapuraskar (Governor Award) Test camp – 2019

State Rajyapuraskar test camp was conducted from 26.07.19 to 28.07.19 at "Camp Tonakala" camp site. 12 scouts and 4 guides took part in the test camp.

Scouts and Guides were examined in various skills like pioneering, Camp craft, Kit inspection, Proficiency badges, First aid, Logbooks and Theory test by senior examiners appointed by the state association.

Improvised tent and camp gadgets were also presented by the Scouts and Guides for the camp craft exam. Uniform and orderly movement was also examined by the examiners.

State Rajyapuraskar (Governor Award) Test camp – 2019 State Rajyapuraskar (Governor Award) Test camp – 2019
State Rajyapuraskar (Governor Award) Test camp – 2019 State Rajyapuraskar (Governor Award) Test camp – 2019
State Rajyapuraskar (Governor Award) Test camp – 2019 State Rajyapuraskar (Governor Award) Test camp – 2019

Virtual interaction with NASA Astronaut at US consulate, annasalai, chennai (25.07.19)

Space Calling

On the 25th of July, Manisha Bharathi R, Koushik Eswaar D, Gokul Krishnan A along with Mrs. Rajakala (Faculty in Physics) attended a Virtual Interaction with Dr. Don Thomas at the US Consulate, Chennai

Dr. Don Thomas is a former NASA Astronaut. The session with him was mind-boggling. He told us about his early career, his inspiration of wanting to become an astronaut and much more. Students from various other schools also attended this program. The astronaut patiently answered all our questions and left us with many thoughts to ponder upon. This program was telecasted live on Facebook and YouTube. The forum was also thrown open to questions from students who were watching it live. Dr. Don Thomas also enlightened us with career options in space. On the whole, it was a lively, informative and interactive session.

Space Calling

Community lunch

A detailed report of activity: The Community lunch 2019 was held on the 19th of July 2019 for class V A and B from 11.15am to 12.15 pm. B Children were asked to carry a variety of food items (based on their choice) which was informed through a circular. The community lunch started with a prayer followed by parent volunteers and teachers serving food. Children enjoyed the food with their friends and the teachers around. A discussion on the nutritive value of the food items, the importance of doing one's own chores and keeping the surrounding clean was highlighted. Children listened and conformed to the norms. Every child felt the enthusiasm and the sheer joy of sharing. They happily walked back to their classes and continued with the afternoon session.

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Community lunch
Community lunch

Sports on A New High

"Sports makes our life interesting, ignites our soul, ensnares our senses, cares about our friendship stimulates our intellect and kindles our limits."

Sporting is healthy rivalry. On the 13th of July, we at TI celebrated our 37th Annual Sports Day. MR. S. Sundar, Honorary Secretar and Correspondent, Vellayan Chettiar Higher Secondary School presided over the function as the Chief Guest. We witnessed an array of extraordinary displays by the boys and girls of classes 6 to 12. Students of classes 6 to 8 performed a drill, creating various not-worthy formations including the TI formation and the Indian flag. Girls of classes 9 to 12 awed the crowd by forming "Woman- pyramids." Boys of classes 9 to 12 raised the bar with the double- bar pyramids. Students also took part in the Athletic events with utmost enthusiasm and brought fame to their houses. Parrot house was awarded the Runner up trophy for March Past and Peacock House was adjudged the winner. On this very special day, sporting talents were brought to the limelight and the glory of sports prevailed.

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Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High Sports on A New High
Sports on A New High

Ganithvignyan Mela

Students from Classes – III to XI participated in the Expo and 39 students exhibited their projects related to Maths & Science at GK Shetty Vivekananda School. Students were accompanied by the teachers - Mrs. Kasthuri, Mrs. Durga Devi, Mrs. Sivasankari, Mrs. Uma & Mr. Ravi Kumar.

Students acquired the skills to develop their scientific enquiry, to analyze, to compare and contrast concepts with scientific terms, and also learnt different methods to exhibit their projects.

Students won prizes at various levels:

Primary Level: Sai Sujana N of Class – V A secured the Third Prize in Math Project
Ram Nehaa S of Class IV – B First Prize in Science Project
Middle School: NiranjanaS B of class VII – B First Prize in Science Project
Niveditha E of Class IX – A Third Prize in Math Project
High School: Mahak R of Class X - B Third prize in Science Project
Keerthanaa S B of class XI - B First Prize in Science project
Ganithvignyan Mela

Astronomy Club

The Astronomy Club was inaugurated on 08.07.2019 (Monday) at the A.V hall by the Executive Director Dr Sounderarajan Perumal of Birla Planetarium at 2.30 pm.

The inauguration commenced with a prayer.

The inaugural welcome speech was delivered by the President of Astronomy Club, Master Kaushik Eswaar of XII-B. The chief guest's credentials were shared and he was welcomed by the Astronomy club.

The Principal welcomed the director of Birla Planetarium Chennai and thanked him for sharing his precious time with us and having consented to be the Chief Guest.

Dr. Sounderarajan Perumal shared his thoughts on what is astronomy, the prominent astronomers, and astrophysicists. He also explained the 'Light Year' in a simplified way quoting an example. He further discussed on the size of the earth. The session was very interactive.

This was followed by a question answer session. Children clarified doubts on sun spots and black hole.

The Vice President of the Club, Master Chorko of class IX-B concluded the event with the vote of thanks.

Astronomy Club Astronomy Club
Astronomy Club

Inauguration of Heritage Club - 2019

"You don't stumble upon your heritage. It's there, just waiting to be explored and shared."

– Robbie Robertson

With great pride and happiness, the members got together for the inauguration of the Heritage Club on 05/07/2019 (Friday) at 1:45 PM at the auditorium.

The event commenced with a prayer song followed by the welcome address by Varun (12A ), the President of the Heritage Club. He touched upon the significance of temples like the Konark and their rich heritage.

Mrs. Nirmala, our beloved former Tamil teacher graciously consented to be the chief guest. She addressed the gathering pointing out that "heritage", contrary to popular belief does not always refer to magnificent temples alone but encompasses many other aspects of human existence such as traditional food and attire. She also spoke about Lord Athivardar at Kancheepuram Varadaraja Perumal Temple and about the pond in which the idol remains immersed for 40 years.

Mrs. Mary Bennett, the coordinator of higher secondary section presented a memento to our beloved chief guest. This was followed by Bharatanatyam performances performed by Bhargavi and Pragathi of 7A and 7B respectively whose themes were introduced to the audience by Vishal (9 B), the Vice President of the Heritage Club. He spoke about the significance of Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva and the Peacock which were the central themes of the dance performances. Vishal also delivered the vote of thanks and the event ended on a high note with a photo session.

Inauguration of Heritage Club - 2019

Theatre Club Inauguration

"Club activities help us to be more creative and innovative. It gives scope for a good social life by making us feel self confident. It not only keeps us united but gives us learning experiences."

"Acting is not about being someone different, it's about finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there."

The Theatre Club was inaugurated on the 5th of July 2019 from 2.45 to 3.45 pm at the AV Hall.

Our club inauguration commenced with an inaugural speech by Aishwarya, the club President. Our chief guest for the day was Mrs. Sheeja Nair, our ex-teacher and co-ordinator of Theatre Club. A few slides on 'Miming' were screened to help the members develop the skill of acting in terms of body language. Following this, the students were involved in an activity based on 'MIMING. 'Various situations were given and children brought out expressions without using dialogues. As Horace said in Latin long ago, "The goal of all story - telling is to entertain and instruct." In line with this saying, the students also viewed a clipping of Charlie Chaplin. The screening of Mark Antony's speech from the fil m, 'Julius Caesar' drew the attention of the members on the significance of communicating important things to the audience through the character.

The chief guest then engaged all the members by her mesmerizing skills. Theteacher co-ordinator of the club listed out the activities planned for the year.

Speaking on the occasion, the chief guest stressed the importance of communication and encouraged us to participate in as many activities as possible and and work as a team with dedication and co-operation to keep the club lively. The office bearers, The President and the Vice - President promised to put up quality performance for the students.

The Vice - President concluded the inaugural function with the vote of thanks. The chief guest was a great source of inspiration for us to showcase our theatrical skills.

We thank the Principal for the support and opportunity provided to the T'ites for their all round development through this club.

Theatre Club Inauguration

Art Club Inauguration 2019-20

Art Club Inauguration was held on 03.07.2019 in our school in AV Hall. Miss. Valarmathi Subramani, Visual Designer (Cognizant Technology Solutions) inaugurated and unveiled the activity board 2019-20.

She also presented a Power Point on Lines and colours, Market trends and Software Graphic design in Art field. Students actively participated and interacted enthusiastically.

The President of Art Club presented the Welcome address and the vote of thanks note was rendered by the Vice-president of Art Club.

Mr. K. RaviKumar (Incharge of Art Club) presented the year's plan to the members.

Principal, Vice-principal, Teachers of Art Club attended and graced the occasion.

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Art Club Inauguration 2019-20 Art Club Inauguration 2019-20
Art Club Inauguration 2019-20 Art Club Inauguration 2019-20
Art Club Inauguration 2019-20 Art Club Inauguration 2019-20