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TRIP TO VIZAG 2018

Std. XI students along with Associate Principal Mr. G. Haribabu and teachers went to Vizag on an Educational Trip for 4 days from 21/08/2018 to 25/08/2018. Visited Borra Caves, Rishikonda Beach, BojjanaKonda- Buddha’s Stupa, Araku Tribal Museum, KailasaGiri. Visited TU-142 Aircraft Museum – a major tourist attraction in the port city of Vishakapatnam. Designed by Soviet Union, the aircraft had an accident-free record and served in various operations, including the Kargil war. A hill station located close to Vizag is Araku valley which is bestowed with beautiful streams, enchanting waterfalls and a lovely weather Araku valley is placed at an height of 3,100 feet. On the whole the tour was informative and enjoyable.

HEALTH CHECK UP

Students health check up was done by Apollo shine for classes 1-12 for the year 2018.

ZHAGARAM

Podhigai has conducted the live programme ‘Zhagaram’ on 25/8/2018 in which our school students participated and won the competition by receiving the cash prize Rs.10000
1. SAI NARAYANAN X A10
2. MADHESH X A11
3. VARSHA X A8
4. RAMALAKSHMI X A8
5. VARSHNEE X A8
6. SNEHA X A13

MISSION GREEN SCHOOLS- PRAKRITI MAHOTSAV'2018

We celebrated “Prakriti Mahotsav” and done the campaign on the topic “Mission Green Schools” on 16-8-2018, enthusiastically and successfully. The saplings were planted in our campus under the guidance of our Principal Mrs.Premalatha Boopathy accompanied by our Vice Principal Mrs.S. Geetha.
Tree plantation was carried out to make the children concerned about our environment and to reinforce positive attitude and values towards preserving them. Each sapling has been given a martyrs’ name in view of the remembrance of their sacrifice for the freedom of our country. Trees being the natural resource provide life to other living organisms. They insisted the students that the contribution process is expected to be painful and effortful rather than easy and enjoyable like the martrys’ and natures contribution to the society.

INDEPENDENCE DAY -2018

Maharishi Vidya Mandir Sr. Sec. School, Chetpet, Chennai, celebrated 72nd Independence Day Celebration at its school premises. Dr. Ayaz Akber, Preventive Cardiologist, Chairman Oxymed Hospital, Chennai, the Chief Guest for the function, hoisted the National Flag.

Students took part in various cultural events and gave patriotic speeches.

The other dignitaries present for the function were Shri. S. Namasivayam, Senior Principal of the school, Shri. T.C. Perumal, Secretary, Smt. Premalatha Bhoopathy, Principal and Smt. Preethi Narayanan, Headmistress State Board wing, teachers, parents and students whose presence made the function a grand success. .

ABDUL KALAM WALKATHON'2018

Abdul Kalam Walkathon'2018 was conducted by Geo India Foundation & Abdul Kalam Int.nat.Foundation in Eliot 's Beach , Besant Nagar. 210 students have participated from Std.IX and received participation certificates along with 12 Teachers.

36TH ANNUAL SPORTS MEET

The 36th Annual Sports Meet of Maharishi Vidya Mandir Sr. Sec. School, Chetpet, Chennai-31 was held on Tuesday, 31st July-2018 at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Periamet, Chennai-600 003.
Shri. S. Prasanna Venkatesh, South Asian Games Basket Ball Gold Medalist and serving as Assistant Manager, Indian Overseas Bank, Chennai was the Chief Guest. .

The Programme started at 8 am with an invocation followed by a Welcome Address by the School Pupil Leader. The Chief Guest hoisted the School Flag followed by Lighting the Torch & Oath Taking by the Sports Secretary and the Sports Champions of Maharishi Vidya Mandir.
The dignitaries present on the dais were the Senior Principal Shri. S. Namasivayam, School Secretary Shri. T.C. Perumal and Principal Smt. Premalatha Bhoopathy.

OBSERVANCE OF 3rd INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY - 21.06.2018

Yoga is an ancient science. Yoga is a link between body and mind. It describes an ancient Indian form of exercise that combats stress, increases flexibility and builds strength. This is achieved through a series of postures, called Asanas and breathing techniques - Pranayama.

The aim of yoga is to remove obstacles and move from Adharma to Dharma. Yoga aims at helping students to create certain positive mental states by developing one’s own body awareness. Yoga unadulterated, still stands the test of centuries. Nothing, so far, has surpassed the religious, scientific, mental, moral and even physical discipline of yoga.

Its practice results in health, youth, strength, harmony and peace of mind. Nearly all the great men of India in the past as well as now have been practising yoga in one form or another and it is for the present day leaders, teachers, parents to revive these asanas which can give growing generations all they need in the way of building their body, character and spirits.

Yoga justly deserves its world-wide reputation as perhaps the best exercise for the mind and body. Yoga is not just about exercises, it’s a way of life. Other than performing asanas regularly, moderation in food, discipline in behaviour, purity in thought are also a part of yoga.

For good health it is necessary for everyone to do something with the body so that it remains flexible and normal. The advantage of yogasanas over other eastern and western systems of physical posture is that they do not consume energy. They help to restore life force, promote health and maintain normal conditions in the body. From the time of its inception in 1983, the Institution imparts regular training to the students, in the technique of Yogasanas, Pranayama and Transcendental Meditation as an integral part of the curriculum.

One thousand students from the Middle and Secondary classes along with eighty teachers under the guidance of our school authorities took part in the session. Students and teachers maintained the dress code. The day began with a Prayer in meditative posture with Namaskara Mudra. Students were actively involved in loosening practices and warming up exercises related to neck, shoulders and knee movements and performed asanas.

The session came to a close with a sankalpa and yogic pledge. Unity is strength was propagated during the session that lasted between 7.30 a.m. and 8.00 a.m. on 21st June in the school premises.

“Yoga is not just about exercises, it’s a way of life”.

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