Annual Report


                                             MOUNT LITERA ZEE SCHOOL, CONTAI


                 ANNUAL REPORT OF 2013-14



Dear Readers

I take immense pleasure to present the Annual report of 2013-14 of  our school to apprise you all, how the Mission and philosophy of MOUNT LITERA ZEE SCHOOL, CONTAI have materialized positively in the day to day working of our school in the voyage of the discovery of excellence in the field of education.

In the first year of the journey of our school there are 155 students on roll with 23 Teachers, 5 Administrative staff and 2 supporting staff.

 There have been many initiatives taken at the first year of the School in terms of high expectations, communication, behavioral management, professional development, technology, and above all, academics.

 Teachers worked together in various training sessions to align their curriculum and understand Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation. This vertical alignment will assure that students are learning all that they should be as they progress through our academic program. CCE is implemented in its true spirit for students of I to VI in school.

 We cater to students from all sections of society and we recognize this as a challenge and have actively worked to develop systems and processes to deal with this issue by taking extra and remedial classes.

 Changes and Development:

 Few of the changes and infrastructural developments have taken place in the school and I personally thank the management for providing the infrastructure and for their constant support and encouragement

New toilets have been constructed for staff. Fencing of school compound and Basket ball court is under construction.

Professional Enrichment Program:

 A series of workshops were conducted for the teachers to be well equipped with the tools and techniques of CCE.

Parent Teacher Meeting:

Parents and Teachers‟ Meetings are held on the result day of every examination to discuss about the improvements made by the children.

  • Parents were called for a meeting with the teachers of classes I –VI, to interact, update and share the concerns of the teachers.
  • Parent Teachers‟ Meeting was conducted to brief the parents about Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation and its importance in assessment.

 Learn through Fun for KG:

 Various activities like colors day, cereals day, fruit & vegetable day, flower day, poetry recitation were organized to enhance the teaching and learning process in the Tiny Tots. Parents were invited to see the performance of their kids during activities like Seasons day, Rain dance, and Fancy Dress competition.

Celebration and Functions:-

 Our school celebrates some important days to make the students learn about our culture, heritage, and to make children aware of the pressing issues concerning the environment and the world. Some of these celebrations are –

 The Earth Day:

 The Eco Club of the school organized Earth day celebrations with slogans, do’s and don’ts and speech in assembly. Quiz and drawing competitions was conducted for different classes.

 The World Environment Day:

 As a part of the Environment day celebrations, awareness campaign was held in the assembly, senior students took oath to save environment by planting trees, and guidelines were provided for various groups of students in our school.

 The Celebration of 66th Independence Day:

 Independence day was celebrated with utmost Patriotism. Dr. Saikat Mondal, the Director of MLZS, CONTAI unfurled the national flag and inspected the parade. Students from KG to class XII participated in the cultural Program.

 Teachers’ Day:

 Patricia Neal has rightly said A master can tell you what he expects of you. A teacher, though, awakens your own expectations.” This is the eminent task what a teacher does. Senior students of the school celebrated teachers’ day, acknowledging the efforts of the teachers and honored them. There was a cultural program, which was presented by both the students and the teachers. The School managing committee felicitated the teachers on this occasion.

 Children’s Day:

 Children’s day was celebrated in the in the school assembly area. Talented students and teachers participated by singing and dancing. Motivational and moral videos were shown to the students. All students from classes I to VI along with teachers had dinner.

 Annual Day Celebration:

 On 2013, the school celebrated its Annual Day. The chief guest for the day was and was the Guest of honor for this program. Students presented a wonderful cultural show which was appreciated by one and all. Principal welcomed and briefed the audience with his annual report.

 Republic Day:

 On Republic day unfurled the national flag and inspected the parade as chief guest for the occasion. Student put up a wonderful cultural program.

 Basant Panchami Celebration:

 On Basant Panchami, Saraswati puja was held in the school. It was celebrated with much devotion and prasad was distributed to one and all.


Many changes have occurred, and as we all know, change often brings growing pains. The bottom line is that we have all grown through the process, and we will continue to move forward to make this School all that it can be!


It is rightly said “The secret of all great undertakings is hard work and selfreliance.”

I avail this opportunity today to express a heartfelt thanks to our Chairman of the school for his trust in our hard work and self reliance, which has boosted our efforts to make our school one of the best schools.


Mr Suma Chattapadhya



                ANNUAL REPORT- 2014-2015


Season Greetings and warm wishes for a blessed and cheerful 2015. 

  As we approach to the end of this academic year and our 2 years of service towards providing quality education since our inception in 2013, we take this opportunity to thank the Almighty Lord for his abundant blessings

There is a great saying:  “Real education fetches you more than a job. It teaches you to live. It cannot be measured in any tangible way”.

  As we share the yearly updates of our activities, we take the modesty to say that we did our best to do as we had planned and we are proud of our students and teachers who strive hard to achieve beyond expectations. We have focused on the holistic development of the students. To avoid lengthy presentation, the report will be a nutshell of all.

Staff: MLZS, CONTAI family comprises of 32 well trained, well experienced, dedicated teaching staff and 25 supporting Staff including Clerical Staff, Security Personnel, Bus Drivers and assistants.

  We duly appreciate the tremendous co-operation on the part of everyone associated with this institution who have strived their best to mould our students to work hard to make their dreams and aspiration come true. Apart from the various core subject teachers, we have an enthusiastic team of teachers for Physical Education, yoga, music, dance and Karate.

Staff Enrichment Program: Staying updated is the key to success in any field, especially in the field of education. Our teachers constantly strive to stay updated, by attending workshops and various training programs.
Few of them are as listed:

  1. A three day workshop program for the teachers on the psychological aspect of students by the resource woman Salony Priya.
  2. A seminar on personality development and life skills organized by Z-Learn Limited.
  3. A seminar on Learning Disability and classroom planning and management was organized by Regional Director of Z-Learn Limited Mrs. Soma Debnath.



Student Enrichment Program:

  To ensure that our students are equipped to face any challenge, we have focused on few Student    Enrichment programs as follows:

  1. A Seminar on value education for students of class VI to VIII.
    2.   A seminar on Personality development for students of class VI to VIII.


Now, let us have a brief glimpse of the functions that marked the school calendar this year.


  1. World Environment Day:  A video clipping which shows   a banayan tree which had fallen in front of a temple in Ayyanthole was replanted with the cooperation of people from all religion and community thereby spreading the message to conserve nature and also work with religious harmony and unity. Saplings supplied by the Forest Department were distributed among the students and few were also planted in the school campus marking the importance of the healthy and green environment.


2 School Parliament elections: School witnessed election for the school parliament and house group captains with a touch of authentic election process. The school leader along with the other parliament members made their commitment through the oath taking ceremony. 


Special assembly and morning assembly were conducted to inculcate ethical values in our students to emphasis the importance of associations like World Health Day, Earth Day, Teacher’s Day, Founders Day, and Children’s Day.

The key to a healthy mind in a healthy body was infused in the students during the sports week. A variety of thrilling athletic events and for games was conducted to install sportsmanship and team spirit among one and all. The carnival was another colorful and exclusive event in which the students enjoyed thoroughly. The delicious delicacies from the stalls and the array of enthralling games organized for them. Many mile stones have been achieved; many still have to be reached. We at Daffodils English School will continue our unceasing efforts to mould the young minds into well balanced personalities with confidence and zeal, befitting the standards of this portal of education.

As we are into another new academic year, we strive to make a determined commitment to present the schools heritage that is a vital link to our cultural, educational, aesthetic, inspirational and economic legacies – all the key ingredients that make us what we are.


Mr Subrata Kundu



                ANNUAL REPORT OF 2015-16


  I feel elated to present to you the Annual report of the school. I am proud to announce that previous two years have been very exciting and rewarding for the school in terms of annual results and the performances in other extra-curricular activities.

      It gives me immense pleasure to inform you that our school staff and the management is fine tuned to the guidelines of the CBSE and the government to give ample exposure in modern day challenges to the students In line with these guide-lines, we lay considerable stress on extra-curricular activities. The students are being exposed to the latest pedagogy patterns by inviting educationists to deliver lectures to the senior class students. We have adopted a fixed pattern to arrange series of lectures, debates, declamations. Quiz competitions, spot painting contests apart from sports activities to make the students mentally and physically active and fit. 

The school is meticulously following the practice of teacher-parents monthly meetings to discuss the problems of the students,. This practice has helped us in assessing the areas of strength and weakness for applying corrective measures. I am happy that mothers take keen interest in these meetings. I request those who miss such meetings to ensure their attendance without fail. It is collective efforts that may contribute achieving the desired results. 


In line with the approach adopted by the CBSE at the instance of the Central Govt. to give maximum exposure to the students at the school level, we have initiated maximum students various types of All India Competitions. This year  our students took part in the following competitions:



We are lucky to have an arrangement for games like football, hockey, cricket etc. We have adopted football as a major game and basket ball, kho-kho, Badminton, as minor games.

What we have assessed about the students in general is that they are not ambitious and thus they lack vision and targets to achieve. This has to change. This is an age of cut throat competition which calls for determined efforts and whole hearted dedication. This is for us teachers and the parents to awaken the youth to realize the challenges ahead. 

With this thought I am closing the annual report. Kindly acknowledge my thanks for coming in a large number to our function which shows your love and affection for this institution. Thank you very much ladies and gentle men. 


 Dr. Yogesh Maheswari



                ANNUAL REPORT OF 2016-17



Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam said and I quote, “Education is an endless journey through knowledge and enlightenment.”

MLZS, CONTAI wrote another success stories and added a new feather to its cap by means of getting affiliation from CBSE.

MLZS, CONTAI aims to give to our society countless responsible engineers dedicated doctors, truthful lawyers, wonderful teachers, committed researchers, bright entrepreneurs, social activists and young upright citizens any nation would be proud of.

We have 430 students on roll now. We have 35 on the teaching staff and 12 on the non teaching staff. We maintain a teacher student ratio of 1:25 which goes a long way to ensure individual attention to the children.


Innovative Assembly is our unique tool in assessing scholastic and co –scholastic areas, Through the conduction of different activities by four different Houses along with the talk of the students we ensure that all the children perform on the stage and the result is the increased self confidence and Life Skills.


Ours is a country of diverse culture .We mould a community which is above all cultural and social barriers. We celebrate all festivals and days of national importance with a lot of pomp and show.


World Science Day was celebrated on Nov 10th by organizing different activities like seminars, PPT presentations etc.


We celebrated Space Week in October which witnessed a lot of events like painting competitions, poster making competitions, Essay writing competition etc for different categories.


  1. RAUNAK PARIA of class II qualified in All India Master Stroke Drawing Competition for District Level competition.
  2. Rahen Ali of class V and Subhajit Pal of class VIII also qualified in All India Master Stroke Drawing Competition for District Level Competition
  3. Priti Das of class VIII bagged 1st Prize in Poster making competition on WORLD NO TOBACCO DAY organized by Zee
  4. ANEEK KHANRA of class V and SOUVIK MONDAL of class VI bagged International Certificate with prize of worth Rs. 1000/ in INTERNATIONAL PICASSO ART COMPETITION organized by Japan Govt.
  5. Rehan Ali Khan of class V got certificate with a prize of worth Rs. 5000/ in  ALL INDIA ENERGY CONSERVATION DRAWING COMPETITION organized by DVC
  6. CBSE qualified certificate  in PCRA DRAWING COMPETITION was achieved by the following students:
  • SAGNIK BAR —              VII





  1. A two-day’s workshop on I- CARE, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION, HR-POLICIES and PROTOCAL was organized for all staff members by Z-LEARN LIMITED. Soma Debnath, the Regional Director of ZEE LEARN LIMITED, was the mentor for the entire training session.
  2. All teachers of Pre-Primary wings attended a training session on LEADERSHIP AND MOTIVATIONAL PROGRAM from 4th April to 6th April 2016. Mrs. Monika Dhir, the Zonal Academic Manager of Zee Learn Limited was the trainer.
  3. Yogesh Maheswari, the Principal of the School, attended a training session on VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (20TH JUNE) in CBSE EXCELLENCE CENTRE, KOLKATA.
  4. Jayanta Ghosal, the Senior Coordinator of the school, attended a training session of CCE (FA) on 18th June in DPS, HOWRAH.
  5. ARPITA ACHARYA, the Primary Coordinator, attended a training session on CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT on 24th and 25th June 2016.
  6. Jayanta Ghosal, Shubhendu Das and Debapriya Basu attended a training session of ON LINE LABS in CBSE EXCELLENCE CENTRE, KOLKATA.
  7. Debapriya Basu attended a training session on ICT on 30th June 2016.
  8. Abhigyan Choudhari attended a training session on AWAKENED CITIZENSHIP PROGRAM on 6th and 7th July 2016 in R. K. MISSION, GOLPARK.
  9. Sayantan Ghorai attended capacity building program on subject Physics in CBSE EXCELLENCE CENTRE, KOLKATA.
  • Abhigyan Chaudhari attended a training session on ASL on 28th and 29th July 2016 in CBSE EXCELLENCE CENTRE, KOLKATA.
  • Jayanta Ghosal and Pritha Maity attended a subject specific training in Litera Valley School, Patna on 24th June 2016.


Many changes have occurred, and as we all know, change often brings growing pains. The bottom line is that we have all grown through the process, and we will continue to move forward to make this School all that it can be! It is rightly said “The secret of all great undertakings is hard work and self-reliance.” I avail this opportunity today to express a heartfelt thanks to our Chairman of the school for his trust in our hard work and self reliance, which has boosted our efforts to make our school one of the best schools.

Dr Yogesh Maheswari