A wonderful program presented by the students of H.S. Public School on the birth anniversary of Shri Krishna 2018
In Hindu mythology, the 8th carnation of Vishnu, Sri Krishna, is the only one who appears in different colors in every stage of his earthly life. As a child he was mischievous and his childhood was full of pranks and fun. Some worship Krishna as the ideal child of innocence. In his youth, he was the most romantic lover and wooed young girls with his flute. The girls were devoted to him and Radha was his greatest devotee. He was a compassionate king and cared for the poor. He was a loyal and trusted friend. He was skilled in war and counseled his friend, Arjuna, on the battle field of Kurukshetra, giving the world the greatest scripture-Bhagwad Gita, which is read worldwide.
Just before the war, Arjuna had a dialogue with Krishna, in which Krishna had explained how an aspiring seeker might seek union with God. This formed the basis of Bhagwad Gita, which till date, when studied, comes forth every time with new meaning. Unlike the other scriptures of the past, The Gita did not teach world renunciation, but instead encouraged world acceptance.
There are many exciting stories about Sri Krishna from his birth to his death. Those who believe in the Hindu faith and in Sri Krishna, celebrate their adorable God’s birthday in the form of Janmashtami. On this day, devotees pray and keep a fast to obtain the grace of Lord Krishna. It is one of the biggest religious festivals in India.
Janmashtami is the birth date of Lord Krishna—the day he made his earthly appearance. According to mythological texts, Shri Krishna was born in the month of BHadrapad, on the eight day of the dark fortnight. And if this day coincides with the Rohini Nakshatra, then it is considered even luckier and that year, this day is also celebrated as Sri Krishna’s birth anniversary.
Krishna was born to Devaki and Vasudev in a prison in Mathura. To save the baby from getting killed by his maternal uncle ,he was taken across the river to Vrindavan,by his father where he was brought up by Yasoda and Nanda,a cowherd.
Inter-House Kabaddi competition held
Pilkuwa, June 7 An Inter-School Kabaddi competition was organized by the management of H.S Public School, schools near by Pilkhuwa in its premises, here today. In the final match between Akash and Prithvi Houses, the players of Akash House under the captainship of Vicky Jaral, gave a tough fight to their opponents but failed to register a win. The players of Prithvi House under the captainship of Sunil Tomer had to pull their nerves to beat the opponents.
Earlier, in the first semifinal between Agni House and Akash House, the players of Akash defeated the team Agni by 23 points, while in the second semifinal, Prithvi House defeated Trishool House by 3 points.
The match was officiated by Ajay and Sonu Kumar. Mr. Sombir, Principal of the School while speaking on the occasion that the basic motive to organize this event was to impart training to the players of the basic skills of kabaddi.
A picnic is a meal taken outdoors as part of an excursion – ideally in scenic surroundings.
It’s time to step outside the four-walled classrooms and take your students out into the wild – monitored and supervised by special trainers at The Rurban Village ,NCR and Hill Station. Children who actively engage in extra-curricular activities are meant to develop an all-round personality.
We have designed eclectic school trips near Delhi NCR comprising fun and educational activities for children.
100% School Results
The result of the school board examination is 100%
Hearty congratulations to school staff students and parents
- Gauri tomar (95%)
- Shivani Tomar (93.1%)
- Deepti Tomar (95%)
- Vandna Tomar (95%)
- Shivani Tomar (95%)
- Komal Tomar (95%)
- Shivam Kumar (95%)
- Manshi Tomar (95%)
- Akshay Tyagi (95%)
- Prince Tyagi (93.1%)
- Soniya Tyagi (91.2%)
- Deepika Chaudhary (93.1%)
- Gaurav Tomar (95%)
- Vishal Chauhan (95%)
- Priya Som (95%)
- Yash Tomar (95%)
- Vishal Chauhan (95%)
- Hemant Tomar (89.3%)
- Yash Sharma (93.1%)
- Akash Tomar (91.2%)
- Lavish Sharma (95%)
- Karan Tomar (91.2%)
- Shivam Tomar (89.3%)
Ambedkar Jayanti 2018: All you need to know about ‘Architect of Indian Constitution’.
On Saturday, April 14, 2018, India would be celebrating the 127th birth anniversary of Bhim Rao Ambedkar. Popularly known as Babasaheb, he was an Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer who inspired the Dalit Buddhist Movement and campaigned against social discrimination against untouchables since he was a Dalit too and also supported the rights of women and labour.
However, Ambedkar’s importance in Indian history cannot just be limited to a person who championed for the rights of the poor, downtrodden and lower caste people. He can easily be remembered as “The Father of the Constitution of India” and the man who fought for the oppressed in the country. He was the principal architect of our Constitution and a founding father of the Republic of India.
Students' Counsil in H.S. Public School
A Student Council is a group of elected and volunteer students working together with an adult advisor within the framework of a constitution or bylaws to provide a means for student expression and assistance in school affairs and activities, give opportunities for student experience in leadership and encourage student / faculty / community relations.
A student council is a group of student leaders who work with an adult advisor to collaborate with others to impact their school community, which impacts their city or town, which impacts our state, which impacts our country, which changes the world.