Annual Report


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ANNUAL REPORT: – 2019-20

 

MOUNT LITERA ZEE SCHOOL, CONTAI (WB)

AFFILIATION NO 2430183 SCHOOL CODE 15667

ADDRESS- SRIRAMPUR, CONTAI, EAST MIDNAPUR,

 PIN: 721401

              PH NO: 91-8420049907 91-3220-288-511

            AFFILIATION STATUS-PROVISIONAL PERIOD OF AFFILIATION 2016-2021

ANNUAL REPORT: – 2019-20

VISION
Our vision is to prepare students to understand, contribute to, and succeed in a rapidly changing society, thus making the world a better and just place. We will ensure that our students develop both the skills that a sound education provides and the competencies essential for success and leadership in the emerging creative economy.

MISSION
To cherish/nurture self- assured lifelong learners in a safe, joyful and stimulating environment which enables every child to realize his potential develop into a compassionate human being and contribute constructively for/to a new world order.

Our-Core-Values
At the core of everything we do at MOUNT LITERA ZEE SCHOOL is one simple principle—What’s Right For the Child (WRFC). Through that mantra we filter all our decisions and actions. WRFC helps us keep the child at the centre of everything we do and ensures single- minded devotion to her growth and development.

 

It has been a constant endeavor of the school to incubate young minds into citizens of tomorrow and fulfill its mission statement. The true essence of education lies in creating good human beings and MLZS, CONTAI, strives to garnish the young minds with the three E’S

EDUCATE——— EVOLVE——– EMPOWER

 

HOPE FOR GREEN

HOPE FOR TOMORROW`S GAIN

 

“I only feel angry when I see waste. When I see people throwing away things we could use.”
Mother Teresa

Time has come to safeguard OUR VERY OWN NATURE as without nature our existence is next to impossible and with this thought Mount Litera Zee School, Contai has chosen the above mentioned theme “HOPE FOR GREEN”, this is the only hope that ensures a colourful and hopeful tomorrow. With this aim in we have incorporated GARDEN with our KITCHEN, our day to day lives, through an event entitled KITCHEN GARDEN the thought was shown to the students to sensitize them to save nature.

  1. 1. Introduction

“GO GREEN, GREEN GOES WITH EVERYTHING, GOING GREEN IS HOW WE ROLL, GO GREEN, THE RECYCLE OF LIFE, GREEN IS COOL ESPECIALLY IN SCHOOL

I feel honored to extend a hearty welcome to our distinguished Chief Guest to our Annual Function 2019-20. It is my privilege and pleasure to welcome the gathering of Parent Community, invited guests, teachers and my beloved students.

I take immense pleasure to present the Annual report of our school to apprise you all, how the Mission and Vision of our institution 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. There have been many changes at the School this year in terms of high expectations, communication, behavioral management, professional development, technology, and above all, academics.

I believe that the purpose of education is to replace an empty mind with an open mind .The direction in which education starts a child will determine his future life. The whole object of education should be to develop the mind that works and, to free a child’s potential by instilling in him a curiosity to learn, so that he will continue to learn as long as he lives.

The school currently has strength of 673 Students, Academic staff 60, Office and Support Staff 21, Notice Served-86

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  1. 2. CBSE Board Results 2019-20

Grade X– The Grade x students have come up with flying colours with 100% pass percentage and the highest percentage being 98.6% obtained by Master Sankha Subhra Rout. Seven students have obtained above 90% marks and students have obtained 100 percentage marks in Bengali, mathematics, Social science and information Technology.

 

Class X Board Exam

 

Grade XII– The Grade XII students have set high standard goals for their fellow brothers and sisters with a bench mark of 95.6%.The highest percentage is grabbed by Master Shivam Maity. Three students have secured above 90% percent marks.

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  1. 3. DETAILS OF INFRASTRUCTURE
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Mount Litera Zee School, Contai is of 12158.340 square meter of 3.0033 Acre.

Secondly the built up area is 6375.55 square meter.

Thirdly the area of the plot on which the school building exists is 1707.44 square meter.

Finally the size of the playground is 3962 Square meter.

DETAILS OF PLAY GROUND

One Cricket cum Football ground

Dimension: 42 mt. by 24 mt.

One Badminton Court

Dimension: 44 feet by 20 feet

One Volley-Ball Court

Dimension: 80 feet by 45 feet

Swimming Pool

Gymnasium

 

Room  Type Number Length Breadth
Class Room 26 37.06 23.1
Physics Lab 1 37.06 23.1
Chemistry Lab 1 37.06 23.1
Biology Lab 1 37.06 23.1
Maths Lab 1 24 11.1
Home Science Lab 1 37.06 23.1
Library 1 37.06 23.1
Other Room 15 37.06 23.1
Geography Lab 1 37.06 23.1
Psychology Lab 1 37.06 23.1
Vacant Class Room 6 37.06 23.1

 

 

The school is grateful to our trustee, PASUPATI TRUST MEMORIAL, who has been ensuring the rapid acceleration in the growth of our school by providing us support to create an enviable campus infrastructure and by employing competent manpower.

Last but not the least, the unfailing devotion and diligence of the teachers and administrative staff who have made this a rewarding year for the whole community needs to be acknowledged to a great extent. I owe to them our teachers are fully dedicated to their task and do their best for the students. They spent extra hours to prepare the students for all activities so that they realize their highest potential. I express my gratitude to them

4. Academic Calendar

Session 2019-20 Examination Schedule

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5. Effort made on Environment Education


The proper use of science is not to conquer nature but to live in it…Conserving environment is the need of the hour and to inculcate the habit of conserving nature we had put great effort on educating children on environment. We followed the Green School Drive which mainly focussed on planting trees, conserving water and recycling plastic wastes. We have celebrated the Plantation day by encouraging students to bring saplings from home to be planted in the school premises. Students of primary section prepared posters on “No Plastic” to raise awareness and were also involved in a kitchen garden activity where discarded plastic bottles were used to raise plants. Students were often taught in the nature’s lap rather their everyday classroom. With reference to CBSE circular no Acad.42/2019, we have installed solar panel in our school. A seminar on the effects of tobacco was held to sensitize students from Grade VII to XII. Our Annual Day theme was “Hope for Green” where the entire programme was based on conserving environment not only to sensitize the students but the parents as well. A separate stall to promote “Best out of Waste” was made where students created products made of waste materials. To develop a deeper effect on students we welcome all our guests with saplings and encourage students to plant saplings on their birthdays. Students were also given the task of planting beautiful flowers at home in their winter break to develop their love for nature.

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  1. 6. Details of Teachers including Qualification
No. NAME DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION
1 Dr.Yogesh Maheswari Principal CBSE AWARDEE(2018-2019) D-Litt, PDF – ICSSR, New Delhi   Ph. D. M.Com, MBA (Mkt & Fin), MBM (Banking),MA(Edu), M.Ed
2 Jayanta Ghosal Co-Ordinator (IX-XII) M.A(Eng),B.Ed, CTET, PGDCA. CIG.
3 Satabdi Panigrahi Co-Ordinator (V – VIII) & Wellness Teacher M.A. (Psychology) & M.A. (Geography), DE-LED. B-ED
4 Arpita Acharya Pre & Primary Co-Ordinator (Nur-IV) & Counselor MSC (PSYCHOLOGY)B.Sc (Bot),NTT, B.ED, CIC, PGDCA,DE-LED
5 Indrani Kar Special Educator M.A(ENG), B.A(ENG), SPL.D.Ed,
6 Jhuma Jana Special Educator M.A(EVS),D.ED,SPI. EDU, (MR), B.Ed, SPI. EDU, (MR)
7 Bidisa Shee Librarian B.A, B.Lib
8 Debasmita Jana PTI B.A(GEOGRAPHY.), MPED, Yoga, Kho Kho . TET, MSC IN YOGA
9 Partha Mullick Assistant Teacher B.A (JOURNALISM) , B. PEd, CDM
10 Shampa Kundu PTI B.A. ,B.P.Ed
12 Chandana Kapilas Assistant Teacher M.A(Dance) MSW
13 Animesh Naskar Assistant Teacher BFA, MFA(Gold Medalist)
14 Debanjan Panda Assistant Teacher (GUITAR) M.A (ENG)
DIPLOMA (GUITAR)
15 Sudhanshu Jana Assistant Teacher (VIOLIN) BA DIPLOMA (VIOLIN)
16 Debapriya Basu Assistant Teacher MCA,B. Ed
17 Abhijeet Dutta Assistant Teacher M.A(Eng), B.Ed, CTET, STET
18 Pritha Maity Assistant Teacher M.Sc(Bio Informatics), B.Ed, STET
19 Abhigyan Chaudhuri Assistant Teacher M.A(Eng), B.Ed, STET
20 Sayantan Ghorai Assistant Teacher M.Sc(PHYSICS), B.Ed, STET
21 Niru Kumari Singh Assistant Teacher M.A(HIND), B.Ed
22 Subhankar Biswas Assistant Teacher M.A(HINDI), B.Ed
23 Nabanita Pandey Maity Assistant Teacher M.A. (Bengali), B.Ed, STET
24 Suman Anand Assistant Teacher B.Com, MA (ENVS STUDIES) NTT, D.EL.ED, B.ED
25 Atanu Ghorai Assistant Teacher B.P. Ed
26 Falguni Chakraborty Assistant Teacher M.A(Geography), B.Ed, CTET
27 Asit Kumar Das Assistant Teacher M.Sc. (Physics), B.Ed, CTET
28 Subhajit Dey Assistant Teacher M.A (Bengali), B.Ed, CTET
29 Sarmistha Das Assistant Teacher M.A. (Bengali) ,B.Ed, TET
30 Sujata Das Mahapatra Assistant Teacher B.Com, NTT , B.ED , MA. (ECONOMICS)
31 Ruma Pradhan Assistant Teacher M.Sc. (Math), D.EL.Ed.
B.ED
32 Soma Maity Assistant Teacher M.A. (Music). D.EL.ED
33 Rituparna Majumdar Assistant Librarian M.Sc. (Home Science), B. Lib.
34 Manisha Mondal Maity Assistant Teacher M.A(Eng), B.Ed, UPPER
PRIMARY TET
35 Md.Abid Ansari Assistant Teacher M.A(Hindi), B.Ed
36 Sangita Jana Assistant Teacher M.A. (English), B.Ed. TET
37 Santanu Sanyal Assistant Teacher M.Com, ICWAI(I), ICAI(I), B.ED,
38 Panchali Maity Assistant Teacher MA (ENGLISH-SILUER MEDALIST)
BA (ENGLISH-SILUER MEDALIST)
B.ED. TET,UPPER PRIMARY
39 Rimu Roy Assistant Teacher M.A(Eng), B.Ed, Primary TET , PDPET , PTE
40 Surajit Das Assistant Teacher MSC (MATHEMATICS), B.ED
41 Megha Pradhan Assistant Teacher M.A (ENG), B.Ed
42 DebaPrasad Chakraborty Assistant Teacher M.A(History). B.ED
43 Debojyoti Mukherjee Assistant Teacher M.A (Math), B.Ed. STET
44 Buddhadev Rana Assistant Teacher MFA
45 Atanu Das Assistant Teacher MCA (Comp), B.ED
46 Barnali Goswami Assistant Teacher M.A (English) B.Ed
47 Sova Maishal Assistant Teacher Double M.A (Bengali) B.Ed.
48 Tasmeen Hussain Assistant Teacher M.Sc (Botany) B.Ed
49 Anindita Maity Assistant Teacher M.A (Beng), B.Ed
CTET, STET, Pry TET,
50 Ajay Nandi Karate Judo Teacher
National Coach (JUDO)
B.A DIPLOMA IN JUDO
51 Sukumar Pradhan Assistant Teacher (YOGA) B.SC(BIO), BTET, DIPLOMA IN YOGA
52 Alakananda De Assistant Teacher M.SC (PHYSIOLOGY), D.EL.ED
53 Mohon Tripathi Assistant Teacher MSC(MATH), M.C.A,
B.ED, STET
54 Soma Lahiri Assistant Teacher M.A (POL SE, Hist), B.ED
55 Debarati Maity Assistant Teacher MSC(Home Sc),
B.ED
56 Moumita Das Assistant Teacher M Sc (Chem) B.Ed
57 Autunu Ghorai Assistant Teacher BA MPEd
58 Dr N C Jana Assistant Teacher Phd M Sc (Chem) B.Ed
58 Alpana Chakraborty Assistant Teacher MA (Music) B.Ed
60 Sangeeta Bera Manna Assistant Teacher MA (Sanskrit) B.Ed
  1. 7. Details of Teachers Training
  2. 1 Professional Enrichment Programme by CBSE:
  • PRP Programme in Economics: – The session was conducted by CBSE on 28.6.18 & 29.6.19 in Apeejay School under the competent guidance of Neeraj kr. Jha having the discussion on different types of intelligence of the students and presenting the subjects in unique& interesting way to the students. Sujata Das Mahapatra of the institution attended the programme.
  • CBP on Science: –Capacity Building programme on Science was rganizat by CBSE in South point school, Kolkata on 29.8.19 & 30.8.19 under the guidance of Alpana Chakraborty to rganizatio the teachers with Bloom’s Taxonomy and Multiple Intelligence, strategies of teaching Science &rganizat structure of assessment. It was attended by Sayantan Ghorai.
  • CBP on English Language & Literature:Capacity Building Programme on English language and literature was conducted by CBSE under the leadership by Shantona Ghosh in Apeejay School to acquaint the facilitators to lay emphasis on developing reading habits, various methods of reading and using grammar in the context of language and literature. The training was attended by Abhijeet Dutta.
  • CBP on Inclusion and Inclusive strategies: – CBP on Inclusion and Inclusive strategies was conducted on 29.7.19 & 30.7.19 in DPS Ruby Park, Kolkata under the motivation of Ms Rashmi Mantra to impart awareness ondisability, rganiza modification and certification/rganizationn children with special needs. The training was attended by Satabdi Panigrahi of the school.
  • CBP on Career Guidance:CBP on Career Guidance organized by CBSE was held on 19.8.19 & 20.8.19 in Haryana Vidyamandir, Kolkata under the guidance of Sumana Sen Ganguly.Discussion on integrating subjects with career, dimensions with career information and effective strategies to excel in the respective domains. Shatabdi Panigrahi received the training.
  • Artificial Intelligence:IBM convened this training under the directives of CBSE on 19.9.19 in Sushila Birla Girls’ School’ Kolkata. Dr. Yogesh Maheswari, principal of the school and Debapriya Basu attended the workshop. The highlights of this workshop were to aware the facilitators about experiential aspect and futuristic approach of it.
  • Awareness programme on Skill Education: An interactive session on Skill Education was conducted at Bhavans, Saltlake on 7th Nov in 2019 under the mentorship of Mr.R.k.Singh and Mr. Biswajit Saha. DebapriyaBasu attended the workshop.
  • CBP on Mathematics: – Capacity Building Programme was organized at The Newtown School, Kolkata by Debojyoti Mukherjee, faculty of Math, on 25 & 26thNovember, 2019.KakoliBagachi and Ishita Mukherjee attended the programme.
  • Awakened Citizenship Program: – Ramakrishna Mission, New Delhi organized this program in association with CBSE at Apeejay School, Saltlake. Principal sir and the two teachers of our school attended the training imparted by R.SenGupta on 3 & 4th January respectively and came to know about multiple layers bringing empowerment of an individual through structured curriculum.
  • Pre & Post Exam Modalities:- The Programme was organized by Apeejay School on 18.1.2020 under the guidance of DR. R.P.Singh, Director, Dept of Skill Education.
  • CBP Career guidance Our school hosted CBP on Career Guidance under the guidance of Ms Priyanka Mukherjee and Ms Anindita Mukherjee to enlighten the students to choose the right path after their successful completion of Board Exams.

 

  1. 2 Professional Enrichment Programmes conducted by Other Agencies
  • Training on Development of the Research on Human genetics& its future was organised by the Science Department of the MLZS-Contai on 23.4.19 in school auditorium to make the faculties and students aware of the current development of Genetics and its progress. Dr. Ashok Giri graced the seminar.
  • Training on Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)was convened at IIP Kolkata on 19.6.19 to enlighten hand on experience with how to handle parents, teacher & students. The principal of the school Dr. Yogesh Maheswari attended the programme.
  • Training on Lead the way was organized by Aditya Birla Education Academy on 22.6.19 for making classroom inclusive and coping up with mental wellness and illness. Yogesh Maheswari attended the program on behalf the school.
  • Training on Mental Health Workshop was convened by Institute of Neuroscience to recognize emotional problems in School. Dr. Raman Krishnan was the resource person.
  • Robotics Training was organised by MLZS-Contai for faculties on the holistic approach of the execution with the kits and smooth conduction of the same. Mr. Dinesh was the resource person.
  • Interactive Illume Training was held in the Zonal Office of Zee Learn for the pre-primary faculties on knowledge of child rights, multiple intelligence and safety education. Ms Prabjot Kaur was the trainer.
  • National Seminar on Periodic Table was held in Jadavpur University on 13.8.19 &14.8.19 by the Dept. of Chemistry for dissemination of ideas related to the domain of Science and the same was attended by Moumita Das.
  • Regional summit-Addiction in School Children was convened in Hotel Hindustan on 12.9.19 by ICTCR for different perspectives on addiction including Substance addiction and it was attended by Shatabdi Panigrahi.
  • Parenting Sessionwas conducted in MLZS auditorium to heighten the relevance of becoming a sensitized and conscious parent in order to build a safe and prosperous future of the children. Parents and all faculties of the rganization attended the programme. MsPinki Banerjee was the resource person of this session.
  • Teaching Excellence award programmewas organized Adamas University and held in Contai. The prime objective of this programme was to sensitize the facilitators about the modern education system and their role in moulding the students. Teachers from MLZS,Contai were felicitated by the officials.
  • NABET:- An awareness program on School Governance Education and Support process Performance and measure and improvement was organized by Business Analyst Group. It was conducted at Haryana Vidyamandir  on 23.11.2019to sensitize school on NABET Accreditation.
  • Workshop on Innovative Pedagogy was organized by Central University of South Bihar to implement the best practices among the teachers where the principal of our school was awarded on Youth Parliament as best paper.
  • Ratna Sagar conducted a workshop on EFFECTIVE TEACHING ON HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION for physical education teachers for classes 9 to 12 on 21stDecember, 2019.AtanuGhoraiattended the Programme.
  • An enlightening session by Mohammed Abeer-senior counselor IIT-KGP was held to make us informed and guide us for holistic cognitive and psychological therapy pertaining to improvement of students’ behavior and prevention of stress.
  • Yogesh Maheswari, principal MLZS-CONTAI, attended a training Programme from 25th Feb to 2nd March on Innovation Pedagogy held at School of Education, Central University of South Gaya in order to train the young brains and enhance their ability and skills.
  1. 3. Professional Enrichment Programmes conducted by MOOC

 

Abhiygan Choudhary PGT enrol for the program by British Council.

Rimu Roy also enrolled for English for Health care program approved by British Council.

 

  1. Professional Enrichment Programmes conducted In House

The following in-house training programmes have been conducted in the school for the professional upgradation of the teachers: –

  • Training on Zee Philosophy wasorganised on 2.2.19 for the faculties to keep the abreast with methodologies as enshrined in Zee. Trainers were: A Dutta, M Maity, P Maity, R Roy
  • Training on NCF was conducted on 11.2.19 for the in-house faculties to enlighten them with various principles, curriculum and current setting of it. The trainers were JGhosal, F.Chakraborty, M MondalMaity, S Panigrahi, N Pandey Maity.
  • Training on POCSO (drivers) was conducted on 5.3.19 for the drivers of the institution to sensitise them the strict guidelines of the same. The trainer was Jayanta Ghosal.
  • Training on POCSO (caregivers)was conducted on 13.3.19 for the caregivers of the institution to sensitise them the strict guidelines of the same. The trainer was Arpita Acharya.
  • Training on PSEP was organized for the entire faculties of the school on 8.8.19 for sensitizing and making conscious about how to maintain personal safety.
  • Workshop on Experiential Learning was convened by the principal of our school to state the importance on fine-tuning the teaching learning techniques for optimum efficacy on the part of the facilitators.
  • An awareness session cum training was conducted by the senior faculty for board-appearing students of our school on 4th February, 2020 where the students made their doubts clear related to various issues they have in their minds.

 

  1. 8. Achievements of Students

Our    students have always added glory to our institution. They excel in all fields like art, sports, debate, quiz, online scientific competitions, dance, science exhibition, scientific experiments, Olympiads and many more. Students of STD VII excelled in poster making competition conducted by PCRA (Petroleum conservation Research Association).Our students Srija Das, Souvik Mondal and Asifa Begum won cash prize in the State level in poster making competition organized by DVC. Srija Das secured 1st position in all Bengal CII (Confederation of Indian Industries) competition wining 5000 rupees cash and a laptop. Our students secured position in drawing competition organized by C.M motors .Adrish Dhara of STD IV A secured distinction in Green Olympiad with many other students excelling in International General Knowledge Olympiad, International English Olympiad. Nasrina Khatun of STD VB received Adarsh Vidyarthi Puraskar for Hindi Olympiad. Arkajyoti Das of STD X secured first position in district level in International Year of periodic table and Sankha Subhra Rout and Sunandan Pahari secured second position in the seminar conducted by the same. Sankha Subhra Rout and Alina Dash secured second position in inter school debate competition while Shaunak Mahapatra and Subhojyoti Rout of STD VIII secured third position in the quiz competition organized by Nabodyay Puja mandap Contai. Our students got distinction in online Brics maths with five countries. Abhijit Shaw and Adrish Psati designed a model-Automated agricultural Technology with machine learning and presented it in North Point day school. Adrish Pati secured second position in online Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM) and qualified for National level in Chandigarh. Aradhya Bera received a trophy for yoga and a cash prize of 500 rupees for yoga and dance by kalinagar Radharam Samiti. Sudipta Guria of Grade X secured third position in cultural meet of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavans, Haldia. Our under 19 girl’s football team received the best discipline award in the third International Football Tournament, 2019 in Lucknow.

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  1. 9 Achievements of Faculty members

2019 was a glorious year not only for the students but for the faculty members as well. From Principal to the teaching faculty members received accolades CBSE and many other organizations. The Principal of the school, Dr Yogesh Maheswari received the “Best Principalaward from CBSE.  He also bagged the Best Principal Award by MLVA Trust at Global Teachers Conference 2019 under category “Rastrya Guru GauravVidhyan Ratan Award 2019”, Youngest Principal and Best Start up School award by AKS for the year 2020,Active Principal Award by Indira Gandhi Rasthriya Gyanpeeth, Aurangabad, 2019, Awarded by Central University of South Bihar, Gaya Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya National Mission on Teacher & Teaching Award 2019 for Innovative Practices and Experiments in teaching and evaluation entitled as Youth Parliament on 3rd December 2019.He also received appreciation certificate from Great place to Study, New Delhi for attending the Future Readiness Counselor Program and was invited as Guest Speaker for the Symposium on Holistic Learning, Effective lesson Planning and Authentic Assessment on the Topic “Holistic Learning involves combination of effective lesson plan and authentic assessment in Mathematics”. He presented Poster Presentation on Autism: Lead the way with Positivism by Indian Autism Centre, Kolkata Amity University.  He was invited by Ambedkar Public School, Kacharapara (WB) as Special Guest for Annual day 29.12.2020 . He received  appreciation certificate for Less Leave taken (100% Attendance) from Mount Litera Zee School, Contai and was also awarded Rs10000  cash price from Mount Litera Zee School, Contai for being the Best Principal. Our Art teacher Mr. Animesh Naskar attended the art and photograph exhibition “Expression” at Birla Academy of Art and culture. Our Bengali teacher Mrs. Nabanita Pandey Maity and our English teacher Mr. Abhijeet Dutta were certified as best Incharge by International General Knowledge Olympiad and International English Olympiad. Our Physics teacher Mr. Asit Kumar Das attended the International Science festival 2019 at Kolkata .Our Guitar Teacher Mr. Rishi Panda had a great concert at Nandanik Club. He also received silver button from YouTube for one lakh subscribers. Our Bengali teacher Mr. Subhojit Dey was invited to play Flute on Annual Classical Musical programme, kharagpur.Our dance teacher Mrs. Chandana Kapilas participated in Basanta Utsav, Haldia. Our Judo teacher Mr. Ajay Nandi marked his championship at State level judo competition. Our teachers at all sections were awarded as Best Teacher with a cash price award of Rs. 5000.Mrs. Rimu Roy for Pre-primary wing, Mrs. Sujata Das Mahapatra for primary wing, Mr. Subhojit Dey for Middle school , Mrs. Falguni Chakraborty for Secondary section and Mrs. Nabanita Pandey Maity for Senior-Secondary section and Mr. Animesh Naskar for Co-curricular activities.

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  1. 10 Student Promotion Activity

 

Students are always encouraged in MLZS Contai. They are taught to participate in events irrespective of failures they face. We have a girl’s football team that proudly participated in third International Football Tournament 2019 in Lucknow. Students also participate in various activities under Sanskar under ZEE. Two students from STD VII and XI designed a model- automated agricultural technology with machine learning to participate in a science exhibition held by Apeejay School, Salt lake, Kolkata. Students participated in CBSE Cluster Far East zone swimming competition held in Sanskar International School, Bargarh, Odisha. Two students have been nominated as young Journalists (young Metro) by TTIS and they have written various articles on school and other important issues. Our students staged puppet show at Battala Anandomayee School in Majna on their annual function which was applauded by many. On teachers’ day students are encouraged to act as teachers so strengthen the teacher –student bonding as well as grow their interests on being future teachers. An event named Myriad was organized for the blooming buds of age group 3to 6 years and 7 to 10 years where they spent the whole day in school participating in various colorful activities. An add film was shot in our school involving Bollywood actor Aman Verma and child artist Aman Mishra. Our students enthusiastically participated in it.  Under joy of learning and joy of playing, students from nearby visited our school and enjoyed football match with our students. Our senior section students also shared knowledge with them though interactive math’s and science classes. An enrichment session was held with the Board students of Std X and XII by Mrs. Sudeshna Chowdhury, Head Examiner CBSE, HOD of English department of Kendriya Vidyalaya IIT, Kharagpur. A counseling session was done for the students by Dr Mohammed Abeer, Researcher and Counseling Psychologist attached to Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

 

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11.Sports Achievements

A sound body is a home to a sound mind. MLZS Contai not only cares for the academic development of its pupils but also supports the all round development through various co-curricular activities. Students participate in various sports like athletics, football, swimming, karate, judo, yoga and many more. From CBSE cluster to Contai sub-divisional and zonal sports meet, our students have always come with flying colours. Our Annual sports day was celebrated with much pomp and show. We have always been proactive in celebrating the various sports events forwarded by CBSE from fitness week to Yoga day. We have celebrated the National Sports day to honour Major Dhyanchand Chand. Our students have enthusiastically participated in Plogging, Cyclothon and Run for Unity. The events are not only enjoyed by the students but are actively supported by the facilitators.

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  1. 12. Glance of CBSE activities Organized by Clubs & Houses

Our school is always proactive in conducting CBSE activities in our school. We have celebrated almost all the activities that come under Mahatma Gandhi series. We pledged to maintain cleanliness around us on Swachhata shapath day (Leonardo Da Vinci house). The swachhata pakhwada week was observed from September 2nd to September 15th 2019. The 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi was celebrated in the morning assembly followed by the Fit India run including the students as well as the facilitators Bastradan Utsav, Padyatra and yoga, Peace day to maintain communal harmony, voluntary Khadi wearing day were all celebrated as a part of Gandhi series. A painting competition was held as a part of Expression series. To promote the importance of Indian constitution, an inter school debate competition was organized by Heritage club on the topic-“Does the Indian constitution needs to be changed?”.We also celebrated the pledge for the Preamble and circulated the fundamental duties of citizens through charts including the tiny tots of the school. A youth Parliament was organized by the social science department in association with Heritage Club. The 150th birth anniversary of Mother Teresa was celebrated by Integrity Club. Vigilance Awareness week was observed .We had a wonderful performance by our unconventional Orchestra (CBSE Band) using day to day life things created by our Visual and performing arts club. The Health club celebrated the International Yoga Day and World Music Day in association with music department. The Quiz Club also conducted a quiz on general health to spread awareness among students about the importance of a healthy body. The Heritage Club took the students to a heritage site Kapal Kundala Mandir as a walk through the Indian heritage. The Eco Club organised as One Child One Plant campaign to encourage plantation among students. The Reading club organised a quiz competition on the Wold Literacy day to imbibe the habit of reading amongst students. The International Mother Language Day was celebrated where the students interacted in English, Hindi, Bengali and Marathi language. An Art and Craft Exhibition was organised for charitable purpose. The Albert Einstein House celebrated the World Peace Day. The activities done by Leonardo Da Vinci House are Earth Day, World Population Day, Hiroshima Day, Ganesh Chathurti, Pre-puja festival, World’s AIDS Day, International Day of Disabled and Gandhi Jayanti. The activities done by Christopher Columbus House are Swachhata Hi Seva, Hindi Divas, International Day of Elderly, International Day of  Tolerance, International Day of Human Rights and UNICEF day. The activities done by Mahatma Gandhi House are Birth Anniversary of Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy, International Tigers’ Day and International Friendship Day.

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13.Innovations & Best practices

  • In our school teachers explain difficult subject like Physics/Chemistry/Math through graphical representation of complex equations with the help of smart boards, charts and diagrams or models.
  • Subject teachers are leveraging Audio Visual facilities in interesting ways to trigger learners’ curiosity through graphics, images and puzzles, thereby driving them to think out of the box.
  • In order to even up the learning curve of a class teachers pair students who are high performers with those students who might be struggling in subject areas.
  • Teachers help students to chalk out their plans, provide them key points. They also supervise their work ad build team work.
  • School has embraced the trend of taking children outside the classroom whether on a nature trail or visiting old age home, students now directly interact with what they read about in books. The various innovations and creative endeavors of the teachers are making classroom zones of great activity and intellectual rigor. Though the journey is at its nascent age, the future holds promises of a rich and holistic learning space.
  • LEADERSHIP QUALITY of the students is being continuously enhanced through Students’ Council meetings and assigning them the responsibilities to be executed in different areas. The key responsibility lies with the part of the student is to nurture those plants which has already been planted in the green belt of the school campus and sensitizing their peers in this regard.
  • We have started the campaign: Forbid Plastic in our school campus and encourage the students to use bio-degradable products such as glass bottle, paper packets, steel/clay utensils inside and outside campus.
  • We provide Telekids to the students from grade 3 to 12 everyday. To encourage and motivate them to read newspaper daily we conduct quiz, reading competition etc.; house-wise.
  • To grow the competitive nature of our children and to prepare them for the rat-race of 21st century world we invite the nearby schools for various competition; such as Debate, Extempore, Science Exhibitions, Recitation competition etc.
  • To emphasize Indian values and culture we are hoisting a bunch of activities, such as- parenting Workshops, family events and special days, voluntary helping hand for orphans, disabled and needy people etc.
    • Along with the students the teachers also take part in various activities in the Annual Day Function for making it grand.
    • Frequent staff meetings are held with the Management to review the results of the students and PTMs are held to show the result analysis to the parents to make them aware of their child’s progress.
    • Remedial classes are provided with great care for the betterment of the students, specially who come from other vernacular background.
    • A special addition with other innovation is the practice class in spoken English for both the teachers and parents to sharpen their language skill.
    • Observance of Vigilance Awareness Week every year during the last week of October is taken up to encourage all the students and staff to collectively participate in the prevention of, and the fight against corruption by taking oath and abiding by it.
    • Most of us have had math phobia in our childhood as it used to be a subject without fun. To make the young students fall in love with math our school lay emphasize on various fun games and math lab activities from the beginners level. Even for the secondary and sr. secondary students we are organizing regular math lab classes as a part of their syllabus.
    • Special assemblies are arranged in our school in a wide range to observe and celebrate innumerable events and that too in various languages: such as Bengali and Hindi.
    • We also motivate the students to take charge of teaching on 5th September to create a rapport between student and teacher.
    • Students from senior classes take sub routine classes in co scholastic subjects if the respective teacher is absent. This innovative practice helps the students to grow their skill in teaching as well as opens up a career possibility for them.
    • To spread awareness among the civilians of nearby towns, our students performed NUKKAR NAATAK in the nearby places such as: Contai, Egra on some burning issues of our society like Child Labour, Child Abuse, Child Marriage etc.

    SCHOLASTIC  AREAS

    • We believe in never leaving the hands of the slow learners until they bloom their petals. As a measurement of bringing the slow learners to mainstream we provide extra classes and remedial to such students.
    • A work without a plan often leads to disaster or incompletion. So we reinforce maintaining teachers’ record like lesson plan, students’ individual records to graph their growth. The plans are done prior a week and rechecked by concerned Coordinators and monitored by Principal.
    • We conduct various seminars workshops for teachers on Life skill Education, class room management, Gender Sensitivity, NCF etc. Resource persons from ZEE, CBSE or any other schools conduct such workshops. Sometimes our experienced teachers conduct the same.
    • We put emphasize on conduction of subject meetings by Departmental Heads on monthly basis where various issues regarding a particular subject are discussed and resolved by the particular group of teachers. The unsolved issues are reported to coordinators and principal, respectively.
    • We have selected Student’s Council Members and they are in action. Meetings are conducted regularly with those members on monthly basis to assess their performances.
    • Inculcation of Reading Habits were our motto in the session 2018-19 where our success rate was remarkable. Each student read at least 2 books outside of their syllabi as a result of the campaign.
    • We are encouraging integration of Co-scholastic and Scholastic domain by means of conducting various activities in each and every academic session. All the co-scholastic as well as scholastic teachers encourage all the students to participate in various activities which are being conducted not only in the school campus but also outside the school campus.
    • We are not only encouraging rather acknowledging the performance of the students class-wise both in the scholastic and co-scholastic areas by nominating them as STAR STUDENT in the morning assembly at a regular period.

     

    CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS

     

    • Celebration of the special weeks, special days exhibitions are regularly conducted in our school.we have formed different types of clubs who conduct these after planning and taking input from higher authorities.
    • We take active participation asa well as organize awareness in new generation for campaigning and rallies. They also visit to famous historical places as a part of their excursion.
    • We facilitate sports, yoga, and meditation to encourage healthy competition among students, building character, bring concentration and physical stamina in students.
    • We believe in utilizing of morning assemblies on themes based on moral values by enactment of skit on social issues.
    • We are integrating and emerging life skills and other Co-scholastic activities with the regular teaching learning process.
    • Our school provide exposure to students by organizing visits to orphanage homes, community service, electricity and water conservation, energy auditing, tree plantation drives etc.

    We involve parents in regular teaching learning process and give them vivid picture of their ward’s performance as well as counseling of parents are conducted by our own and resource persons from various institutions through regular meetings

  • CO-SCHOLASTIC AREAS 
    • Celebration of the special weeks, special days exhibitions are regularly conducted in our school.we have formed different types of clubs who conduct these after planning and taking input from higher authorities.
    • We take active participation asa well as organize awareness in new generation for campaigning and rallies. They also visit to famous historical places as a part of their excursion.
    • We facilitate sports, yoga, and meditation to encourage healthy competition among students, building character, bring concentration and physical stamina in students.
    • We believe in utilizing of morning assemblies on themes based on moral values by enactment of skit on social issues.
    • We are integrating and emerging life skills and other Co-scholastic activities with the regular teaching learning process.
    • Our school provide exposure to students by organizing visits to orphanage homes, community service, electricity and water conservation, energy auditing, tree plantation drives etc.
    • We involve parents in regular teaching learning process and give them vivid picture of their ward’s performance as well as counseling of parents are conducted by our own and resource persons from various institutions through regular meetings.
    • Keeping ourselves up with the pace of the modern world, Complete Digitalization of the school was undertaken which transformed the entire school chores channel through the Information Technology, bringing in more transparency and enhanced communication with parents and community.

     

    • We have completely digitalized innumerous advantages to the parents, teachers and the school itself. Parents can keep a real-time track of the status of their child for Daily Attendance, Fee status, Periodic Results, School Circulars and News, etc. through the SCHOOL APP on Android and Apple mobiles and through the WEB PORTAL.

     

    • Parents have a direct access to communicate with the Class-Teacher for regular update of their child and the cases which need my personal attention can be escalated directly to me through the provision of Communicate in our Portal. Ninety two notices were circulated to the students and parents to bridge the gap between school community and teachers’ community.

     

    • Medical Check-Up of the students was conducted by the eminent doctors.

     

    • Twice mock drill related to sudden engulfing of fire was conducted to equip the students the knowledge about what they need to do in such a dire situation and STD IX and X moved to Fire Station Office, Govt. of West Bengal, to acquire the practical knowledge in this regard.

     

    • The School organized a Book Fair 27th to 30th January to develop the reading habit of the students..
    • A friendly match for the game football and basketball was conducted between teachers and students.

     

    • In order to enhance the professional skill of the students, they are made to involve in different activities. Srija Das, students of Std IX has been awarded in Central level.

     

    • Our stdents Alina Dash and Sk. Sahil are acting as a reporter in Telegraph Newspaper and they published a report on the WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY. They She took Interview to all the administrative staff of the school.

     

     

    INNOVATIONS BEYOND TRADITION FOR MARCHING TOWARDS BETTERMENT

    • Introduction of quiz contest on the basis of regular newspaper reading among the School Bus Drivers as well as motivating them by giving awards and honoring in morning assembly.

     

    • All the co-scholastic as well as scholastic teachers encourage all the students to participate in various activities which are being conducted not only in the school campus but also outside the school campus.

    LEARNING BEYOND CLASSROOM

     

    • We are not only encouraging rather acknowledging the performance of the students class-wise both in the scholastic and co-scholastic areas by nominating them as STAR STUDENT in the morning assembly at a regular period.
    • To break the monotony of classroom teaching, the teachers arrange classes outside the classroom i.e in the school garden or park.
      1. 14 ‘PTM’ Activities

       

      PTM is a short meeting or conference between the parents and teachers of students to discuss a child’s progress at school and find solution to academic and behavioral problems. For the session 2019-2020 we have conducted four PTMs. They are on 31.3.19, 20.4.19, 18.8.19 and 16.2.20.We firmly believe that positive communication between parents and teachers goes a long way in improving the efficacy of education. We ensure active participation of parents in the teaching learning process.The parents discussed the progress of their wards after meeting their subject teachers in the school building as well as in the houses. Culmination is being conducted in the pre-primary wings at an interval in which parents do an activity with their wards to encourage them to participate in different activities and build their confidence.Due to the wake of novel Corona virus outbreak, it was decided to postpone the declaration of result scheduled on 22.03.2020. The results of the students were uploaded in the ‘E Plus’. Hence, the students were able to check their results in the E-PLUS app by logging in with the students’ registered User-id and Password from 22.03.2020 onwards.

      1. Important SMC Decisions
      2. Creating more opportunities for the students so that that they explore and generate an insight
      3. An approach for the integration of subjects in the teaching methodology so that the students develop their collaborative skills and confidence.
      4. Enhancement of leadership skills of the students by means of conducting various leadership-oriented activities.
      5. Giving international dimensions in the school curriculum.
      6. Sensitizing the community people related to concerning environmental  issues
      7. An effort to create NO SMOKING ZONE AND NO TOBOCO SELLING within the 100 yards of the school.
      8. Setting up a multipurpose hall for organizing all sorts of grand events or programmes.
      9. Significant areas of personal growth of the student ranging from engagement with society’s personal relationships
      10. Involving students in setting codes of behavior helping them to make decisions and choices that are acceptable to the school community and society at large.
      11. Providing an educational experience that gives the children opportunities to explore and develop their own values, beliefs and spiritual awareness
      12. Students of (STD XII) who will crack NEET or JEE and would secure position within 100 ranks will be given a chance to go to a trip to NASA.

      No of Meeting Held- 4

The world is now a global village and to make our students global citizens we have carried on international collaborative projects with schools around the world .We have also hosted visitors from Columbia, Thailand and Japan and fascinated them with our hospitality and culture. Our students have shared projects with schools in Ghana and Kenya on culture, administrative system and currencies around the world. They showcased their skills in international platform and feel more confident.

 

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                      ANNUAL REPORT: – 2018-19  

 

“GO GREEN, GREEN GOES WITH EVERYTHING, GOING GREEN IS HOW WE ROLL, GO      GREEN, THE RECYCLE OF LIFE, GREEN IS COOL ESPECIALLY IN SCHOOL”

On behalf of the management, staff and students of I cordially welcome you all in general and also welcome the other invited dignitaries and all parents in particular at our Annual Function and at the same time appeal you all to join with us today by getting into the green scene of our Annual Day Celebration.

We believe that every individual has a lot of potential, and that potential can help accomplish wonders. That is why; it is fair to say that we thus believe that the future of the world starts here. The session of 2018-19 was a great year, and I consider it a moment of pride to showcase to you all the achievements and development that the school, staff and students undertook.

The school currently has strength of 553 students, 47 academic staff,  8 administrative staff and 11 multi-tasking staff.

Vision determines directions of effort and prioritizing deployment of resources at our disposal, and our vision is to make our school one of the best schools of our country by providing 360 degree education to our students through best in class academic facilities and churn out citizens who is inspiring leaders with a humane touch.

Excellence in academics is the hallmark of a good institution and the class X results of the school prove without an iota of doubt that our students have made us proud. The key highlights of class tenth are:                                                 

  1. TOTAL NO. OF STUDENTS APPEARED:-                                                     27
  2. TOTAL NO. OF STUDENTS PASSED :-                                                 27
  3. OF STUDENTS SECURED BETWEEN (90 TO 100 )%               08
  4. OF STUDENTS SECURED BETWEEN ( 80 TO 90)%                    04
  5. OF STUDENTS SECURED BETWEEN ( 70% TO 80)%               09
  6. NO OF STUDENTS SECURED BETWEEN ( 60 % TO 70)%                              03
  7. NO OF STUDENTS SECUREDF BELOW 60%                                                    03
  8. PERCENTAGE OF SCHOOL TOPPER                                                                 95.4%

ALL OUT EFFORT IN THE FIELD OF ENVIRONMENT EDUCATION

In an initiative to generate the habit of planting trees among the students, PLANTATION DAY was organized in our school by Eco Club, students brought saplings from their home to plant them in school premises.

INNOVATION

  1. 1.     Introduction of quiz contest on the basis of regular newspaper reading among the School Bus Drivers.
  2. 2.           Teachers explain difficult subject like Physics/Chemistry/Math through graphical representation of complex equations with the help of smart boards.
  3. Subject teachers are leveraging Audio Visual facilities in interesting ways to trigger learners’ curiosity through graphics, images and puzzles, thereby driving them to think out of the box.
  4. In order to even up the learning curve of a class teachers pair students who are high performers with those students who might be struggling in subject areas.
  5. Teachers help students to chalk out their plans provide them key points; supervise their work ad build team work.
  1. School has embraced the trend of taking children outside the classroom whether on a nature trail or visiting old age home, students now directly interact with what they read about in books. The various innovations and creative endeavors of the teachers are making classroom zones of great activity and intellectual rigor. Though the journey is at its nascent age, the future holds promises of a rich and holistic learning space.
  2. LEADERSHIP QUALITY of the students is being continuously enhanced through Students’ Council meetings and assigning them the responsibilities to be executed in different areas. The key responsibility lies with the part of the student is to nurture those plants which has already been planted in the green belt of the school campus and sensitizing their peers in this regard.

 Keeping ourselves up with the pace of the modern world, Complete Digitization of the school was undertaken which transformed the entire school chores channel through the Information Technology, bringing in more transparency and enhanced communication with parents and community.

 Having the school completely digitized has innumerous advantages to the parents, teachers and the school itself. Parents can keep a real-time track of the status of their child for Daily Attendance, Fee status, Periodic Results, School Circulars and News, etc. through the SCHOOL APP on Android  and Apple mobiles and through the WEB PORTAL. Parents have a direct access to communicate with the Class-Teacher for regular update of their child and the cases which need my personal attention can be escalated directly to me through the provision of Communicate in our Portal. Ninety two notices were circulated to the students and parents to bridge the gap between school community and teachers’ community. Medical Check-Up of the students was conducted by the eminent doctors. Twice mock drill related to sudden engulfing of fire was conducted to equip the students the knowledge about what they need to do in such a dire situation and STD IX and X moved to Fire Station Office, Govt. of West Bengal, to acquire the practical knowledge in this regard. The School organized a Book Fair 27th to 30th January to develop the reading habit of the students. A friendly match for the game football and basketball was conducted between teachers and students. In order to enhance the professional skill of the students, they are made to involve in different activities. Srija Das, students of Std IX acted as a reporter on the WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY. She took Interview to all the administrative staff of the school.

A GLANCE OF ACHIEVEMENTS OF STUDENTS IN DIFFERENT AREAS.

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Medal winners of NATIONAL CBYER OLYMPIAD (2018-19) were facilitated in School Morning Assembly.

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 Medal winners of SILVERZONE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIAD (2018-19) were facilitated in School Morning Assembly.

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Sunandan Pahari of STD X in the session 2019-20 secured top rank (First rank) in State Level of SILVERZONE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIAD (2018-19) in subject SSC and apart from receiving certificate and medal he also bagged a watch.

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Sagnik Ghosh of STD IV in the session 2019-20 was facilitated in the Morning Assembly for being winner in the NATIONAL TOP 10 CATEGORY  in SAEVUS ECO ACHIEVERS (2018-19)

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Boys under 19 category participated in 3rd INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT 2019 in LUCKNOW. They were facilitated in the assembly with certificates.

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ALL BENGAL DRAWING COMPETITION-2018 ORGANISED BY BHARATIYA NANDANIK PARISAD, KOLKATA, WEST E

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Students of the institution bagged YOUNG METRO AWARD 2018

A GLANCE OF ACHIEVEMENTS OF TEACHERS IN DIFFERENT AREAS.

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Mr. Debaprasad Chakraborte was facilitated in the morning assembly for preparing the students for SILVERZONE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIAD.

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Mrs. Falguni Chakraborty was facilitated in the morning assembly for preparing the students for SILVERZONE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIAD.

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Mr. Jayanta Ghosal, the Senior Coordinator of the school, was awarded with Certificate and mementos for his remarkable contribution in creating a healthy competitive awareness for all kinds of Olympiad exam.

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Dr Yogesh Maheswari, the Principal of the School, was conferred the Best Principal Award from SILVERZONE INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIAD for being instrumental for motivating students to participate in different Olympiads

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A GLANCE OF DIFFERENT ACTIVITIES:-

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International Yoga Day was celebrated on 21st June, 2018 with zest and zeal. Many parents and the local people also participated in the celebration to give it a successful shape.

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Raksha Bandhan Celebration is not a mere celebration rather it is a celebration of love, affection and relationship and in order to share this love and relationship Students of MLZS, Contai visited Faridpur Vivekananda Loksiksha Niketan & Contai Deaf & Dumb School on 27th August, 2018 to tie Rakhi made by themselves.

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Sit and Draw Competition was organized in school on 27.01.2019 where many students from East Midnapore participated.

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School organized an event entitled “UNSUNG HERO” on the eve of Independence day to acknowledge the contribution of those freedom fighters whose wide contribution is not known to many Indians

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School organized Inter School Science Seminar where many schools from East Midnapur District participated

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The Eco-Club of Mount Litera Zee School, Contai observed Plantation Day on 16th July2018 with much agog.

 

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To instill the sense of tourism and foster awareness amongst the Indians, PARYATAN PARV was celebrated in Mount Litera Zee School, Contai. The main objective was to propagate the message ‘DEKHO APNA DESH’.

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Bhasa Sangam was celebrated in the morning assembly.

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The art and artistry of dance got celebrated on 16th November 2018 under the grand presence of Kohinoor Sen Barat and Smt Kuheli Sen.

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Students participated in relay race in MLZS, HOWRAH and got 2nd position (Both Boys & Girls).

PARTICIPATION IN SPORTS AND ACHIEVEMENTS:-

                             “SPORTS BREAKS THE WEAK AND EXPOSES THE STRONG”

  1. GEETIKA AGGARWAL of class VI bagged gold medal in 3rd ALL INDIA YOGA SPORTS
  2. APARNA JANA of class VI secured 1st Position in 100m race in Zonal School Games and Sports.
  3. JAHIR KHAN of class V secured 1st Position in 200m race in Zonal School Games and Sports.
  4. SAHID SALMAN secured 1st Position in 100m race in Zonal School Games and Sports.
  5. PARIMAL JANA secured 1st Position in 1500m race in Zonal School Games and Sports.
  6. ALINA DASH and RISHIKA BARMAN of class VIII participated in JUDO COMPETITION 2018 OF CBSE CLUSTER held at KRISHNA public School, Bhili and secured 3rd position in different weight category.
  7. ALINA DASH OF CLASS VIII participated in the 64th West Bengal State School Championship 2018, in Kolkata and secured 3rd

SCHOOL HOUSES:-

                 “Strength does not come from physical capacity, it comes from unity”

     The Students of the school are divided into four Houses-

  1. Christopher Columbus (Blue House)
  2. Leonardo Da Vinci (Red House)
  3. Mahatma Gandhi (Green House)
  4. Albert Einstein (Orange House)

Each House is managed by teachers and students as House Captain and House Vice Captain. The House conducts the activities as per their plans in systematic and disciplined manner. A glance of different activities conducted by different Houses are highlighted here.

Activities conducted by Christopher Columbus House. (Blue House) in the morning assembly and through different activities in the academic session 2018-19:

  1. WORLD PRESS FREEDOM DAY)
  2. HIROSHIMA DAY
  3. WORLD TELEVISION DAY
  4. WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

Activities conducted by Leonardo Da Vinci (Red House) in the morning assembly and through different activities in the academic session 2018-19

  1. WORLD HERITAGE DAY
  2. INTERNATIONAL EARTH DAY
  3. HINDI DIWAS
  4. WORLD AIDS DAY

Activities conducted by Mahatma Gandhi House (Green House) in the morning assembly and through different activities in the academic session 2018-19:-

  1. INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP DAY
  2. INTERNATIONAL DAY OF TOLERANCE
  3. WORLD THINKING DAY
  4. WORLD BRAILLE DAY

Activities conducted by) Albert Einstein (Orange House) in the morning assembly and through different activities in the academic session 2018-19:-

  1. WORLD POPULATION DAY
  2. INTERNATIONAL DAY OF ELDERLY
  3. UNICEF DAY
  4. NATIONAL SCIENCE.

A plethora of CBSE ACTIVITIES were conducted keeping in mind the following learning outcomes:

  • Children have a strong sense of identity.
  • Children are connected with and contribute to their world.
  • Children have a strong sense of wellbeing.
  • Children are confident and involved learners.
  • Children are effective communicators.

The following CBSE ACTIVITIES were conducted in true spirit:-

  1. PCRA POSTER MAKING COMPETITION
  2. SWACHHATA PAKHWADA (a series of activities)
  3. PARYATAN PARV
  4. EKTA DIWAS
  5. RUN FOR UNITY
  6. NATIONAL EDUCATION DAY
  7. QAUMI EKTA WEEK
  8. 150TH BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF MAHATMA GANDHI
  9. HUMAN RIGHTS DAY
  10. ARMED FLAG DAY

PARTICIPATION IN OLYMPIADS:-

“The quality of your thinking determines the quality of your mind”

Participation in different Olympiads itself is the biggest competition where a student competes to outshine others. It infuses a healthy competitive spirit through reward based assessment. The following Olympiads were conducted in the academic session 2018-19

  1. IEO(International English Olympiad)
  2. IMO(international Math Olympiad)
  3. NSO (National Science Olympiad)
  4. NCO(National Cyber Olympiad)
  5. IGK(International General Knowledge Olympiad)
  6. Teri Green Olympiad
  7. Indira Gandhi Rashitriya Gyanpeeth Drawing Olympiad
  8. Painting Competition organized by DVC
  9. Drawing Competition by Confederation of Indian Industry
  10. SAEVUS Olympiad.

IMPORTANT School Managing Committee DECISIONS:-

Mount Litera Zee School, Contai has a strong commitment to the personal and social development of all pupils. Following decisions have been taken in this regard.

  1. Providing an educational experience that gives the children opportunities to explore and develop their own values, beliefs and spiritual awareness.
  2. To develop collaborative skills and confidence of the pupils.
  3. To enable the children to develop leadership skill.
  4. The element of SMSC decisions includes a significant area of personal growth of the students ranging from engagement with society’s institutions to the skill for successful personal relationship.
  5. Involving students in setting codes of behavior helping them to make decisions and choices that are acceptable to the school community and society at large.
  6. Students of (STD XII) who will crack NEET or JEE and would secure position within 100 ranks will be given a chance to go to a trip to NASA.

 Professional Enrichment Programme:

A series of workshops were conducted for the teachers to be well equipped with the tools and techniques for imparting quality education. Following are the details of the training attended by the facilitators.

  1. Miss Priyanka Roy attended training on CHILDREN AGAINST CHILD ABUSE on 27th November 2018 in BDM INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL at Garia in Kolkata.
  2. Mrs. Arpita Acharya and Indrani Kar attended a workshop on INCLUSIVE EDUCATION on 28th and 29th November in MLZS, DHR.
  3. Mrs. Satabdi Panigrahi attended CBP on CAREER GUIDANCE ON 28TH AND 29TH January 2019 in Ape jay School, Salt Lake.
  4. Mr. Abhigyan Chaudhuri attended CBP Workshop on English Language and Literature in Apeejay School, Salt Lake on 30th and 31st January 2019.
  5. Mr. Surojit Das attended CBP on Mathematics in ASIAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
  6. Falguni Chakraborty attended CBP ON GENDER SENSITIVITY on 24th August 2018 in Bhavan’s Vidya Niketan at Haldia .
  7. Miss Priyanka Roy attended CBP on LIFE SKILL on 25th August 2018 at Bhavan’s Vidya Nike tan at Haldia.
  8.  Mr. Abhigyan Chaudhuri attended CBP on REVISED STRUCTURE OF ASSESSMENT on 17th and 18th September 2018 at KAMALJYOTI VIDYAPEETH.
  9. A CBP Workshop on CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT was conducted in our school. All the teachers attended the programme.
  10. Mr. Asit Kumar Das attended CBP ON SCIENCE at Hariyana Vidyapeeth.
  11. Mr. Partha Mullick attended KHELO INDIA NATIONAL FITNESS ASSESSMENT PROGRAMME on 25th January 2019 at MLZS, Howrah.
  12. Dr Yogesh Maheswari, the Principal of our school attended a workshop on the topic DEALING WITH FAILURE on 13th February 2019.
  13. Dr Yogesh Maheswari, the Principal of our school attended a workshop on the topic USE OF TECHNOLOGY on 9th July 2018 at Lalit Great Eastern.
  14. Mrs. Rimu Roy, Mr. Abhijeet Dutta, Miss Mou Sarkar and Miss Panchali Maity attended a training on USE OF NEWSPAPER IN ELT CLASSES in Contai Public School on 6th October 2018.
  15. Dr Yogesh Maheswari, the Principal of our school attended a workshop on the topic ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS OF AUTISM on 2nd April 2018.
  16. Dr Yogesh Maheswari, the Principal of our school attended a workshop on the topic STUDENTS AT RISK IDENTIFICATION on 24th April at HHI, KOLKATA.
  17. Mr. Abhijit Dutta attended a workshop on AWAKENED CITIZENSHIP on 25th April 2018 at Golpark, Kolkata.
  18. Mrs. Satabdi Panigrahi attended a workshop on CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE on 10th July.
  19. SUBJECT SPECIFIC TRAININGS were conducted in MLZS, HOWRAH. All the concerned facilitators attended the training.
  20. Dr Yogesh Maheswari, the Principal of our school attended YOUNG METRO PRINCIPAL MEET 2019 AT PARK HOTEL.
  21. All the facilitators of Science Department attended an in-house training ON ROBOTICS.
  22. POSCO IN HOUSE Training was conducted for students and caregivers in different slots.
  23. POSCO IN HOUSE Training was also conducted for School Bus Drivers and helpers.
  24. Mrs. Bidisha Shee attended a workshop on CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE on 1st August 2018 at Rotary Club.
  25. Mr. Jayanta Ghosal attended a workshop on REMODELLED STRUCTURE OF ASSESSMENT in APEEJAY SCHOOL, PARK STREET.
  26. Training programme and other sensitizing sessions were conducted with teachers of the institution related to POCSO, ZEE Pedagogy, NCF, and other CBSE CBPs etc.
  27. Awareness program related to POCSO was conducted with DRIVERS, CAREGIVERS, HELPERS, SECURITY STAFF

PARENT TEACHER MEETS

We firmly believe that positive communication between parents and teachers goes a long way in improving the efficacy of education. We ensure active participation of parents in the teaching learning process. Apart from regular periodic communication between the teachers and parents the following PTMs were held. during the last session The Parent Teacher Meeting was held on  30th  April2018,2nd May to 8th May 2018, 19th August 2018,  10th 2018, 31st January 2019, 24th March 2019. The parents discussed the progress of their wards after meeting their subject teachers in the school building as well as in the houses. Culmination is being conducted in the pre-primary wings at an interval in which parents do an activity with their wards to encourage them to participate in different activities and build their confidence.

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

 The school is grateful to our trustee, PASUPATI TRUST MEMORIAL, who has been ensuring the rapid acceleration in the growth of our school by providing us support to create an enviable campus infrastructure and by employing competent manpower.

Last but not the least, the unfailing devotion and diligence of the teachers and administrative staff who have made this a rewarding year for the whole community needs to be acknowledged to a great extent. I owe to them,.  Our teachers are fully dedicated to their task and do their best for the students. They spent extra hours to prepare the boys for all activities so that they realize their highest potential. I express my gratitude to them.

I request my staff, students, parents, management and everyone concerned with running the school for extending helping hand so that within the foreseeable future, MLZS, CONTAI becomes one of the top public schools of the country. In the end, I, once again thank our Honored Chief Guest and all of you ladies and gentlemen for accepting our invitation and obliging us with their gracious presence.

Jai Hind.

Dr Yogesh Maheswari

Principal

MLZS, Contai