CBSE organized an Induction Course for Principals, Allahabad region on 9th October, 2006 in the Amar Shaheed Lt. Navneet Rai Conference Hall. 81 Principals ( 55 from U.P., 21 from Bihar and 5 from Jharkhand ) attended the course. Sri Ashok Ganguly, Chairman CBSE, apprised the Principals of the philosophy of CBSE and the latest CBSE innovations in teaching evaluation techniques etc.
CBSE Regional Sahodaya Conference was organized on 23rd December, 2006 in the Amar Shaheed Lt. Navneet Rai Conference Hall. It was conducted by CBSE Sahodaya School Complex,, Lucknow Chapter. More than 150 Principals and teachers from Lucknow and adjoining districts attended the conference. Sri Ashok Ganguly, Chairman CBSE motivated all to imbibe the 5 basic qualities of reading, writing, listening, speaking and smiling. Sri R.P Sharma, Education Officer, CBSE, dwelt at length on the changes introduced in Science and Mathematics examination from 2006-2007
CBSE Volleyball Tournament Cluster IV was organized from October 6th to 8th, 2006 under the supervision of National level player Mr. Ranbir Singh. The matches were judged by State level Coaches. Inaugurating the cluster, Sri Ashok Ganguly, Chairman CBSE, urged the participants to accept defeat with dignity and victory with humility, imbibing the spirit of accepting challenges in every walk of life. 50 contingents participated in the event. The Boys team of the school got 3rd position.
CBSE National Kho-Kho Championship 2005 was inaugurated by Sri Ashok Ganguly, Chairman CBSE by releasing balloons and cutting the ribbon. Teams from all regions of the country made the host school a mini India where the streams of varied languages, culture, dresses, dances and food habits brought by teams, their coaches and managers merged into the sea of Indianness.
In the evening of 25th October, a cultural programme was organized in Amar Shaheed Captain Manoj Kumar Pandey Auditorium of the host school. In his inspiring address, Sri Jaipal Singh, Founder Manager urged the audience to imbibe inspiration from the martyrs whose life size portraits dignified the auditorium. The programme, a harmonious blend of the well prepared items presented by the host school made the National Meet a memorable experience for life.
CBSE organized an Induction Course for Principals, Allahabad region in September, 2003. Sri R.P Sharma, Education Officer, CBSE Delhi, Sri Ashok Ganguly, then Chairman CBSE, Sri Jaipal Singh, Founder Manager of the school, Sri Madhusudan Dixit, Secretary of the school motivated Principals in moulding citizens of tomorrow to face the challenges of future which is changing at a terrific pace.
CBSE Heritage India Quiz was held at Amity International College, New Delhi. Our team participated enthusiastically.
Annual Youth Parliament Competition
Annual Youth Parliament competition was conducted on 24th, 25th and 26th September 2005, as per the rules, 280 students from 7 senior schools presented impressive performances. The final competition was inaugurated and graced by Sri Jaipal Singh, Founder Manager of the school. The first prize was bagged jointly by Sector-3, Vikas Nagar and C-Block,Indira Nagar. The 2nd and 3rd positions were awarded to Sector-14, Indira Nagar and Sarvodaya Nagar respectively.
The first exhibition of the year, Eureka 2005 was organized by Sector-14 Indira Nagar on 2nd October 2005. Sri Jaipal Singh, Founder Manager inaugurated the exhibition, visited almost all the exhibits and urged the students to learn through practical and projects and imbibe scientific spirit in all walks of learning and life.
Alumni Meet 2006
With the addition of over 1200 students to the Alumni every year, it became an administrative necessity to organize the meet in two phases on 22nd and 29th Jan 2006. The presence of Alumni on these two days far exceeded their number of the previous year. After the lighting of the traditional lamp and garlanding of the picture of Goddess Saraswati and photographs of the immortal martyrs, Captain Manoj Kumar Pandey, PVC and Lt Navneet Rai by Sri Jaipal Singh, Founder Manager, Sri Madhusudan Dixit, Secretary and Kumari Kamla Dogra, Managing Director. Sri Jaipal Singh inaugurated the meet. He expressed his concern for the development of the individual students over and above his involvement in each sphere of life. With an assurance to keep the flame of Rani Laxmi Bai Memorial Group of Schools’ education burning, the alumni with their revived childhood bade farewell to meet again next year.
Amar Shaheed Captain Manoj Kumar Pandey Auditorium was inaugurated by Hon’ble Rajnath Singh, M.P.(R.S.), former Chief Minister, U.P by lighting the lamp on 16th October, 2004. Sri Gopi Chand Pandey, the proud father of the martyr was the special guest of honour on the occasion expressed his deep concern to the Founder Manager, Sri Jaipal Singh to dedicate the newly built auditorium to the memory of his departed son.
In 2004, the school had the proud privilege of organizing two major events on behalf of CBSE, Delhi – CBSE Regional Intel Science Exhibition(Allahabad Region),2004 and CBSE Zonal Tennis Tournament (Eastern Zone), 2004.
Regional level CBSE Intel Science Exhibition covering 6 states was organized on 28th and 29th August, 2004 by the school, It was inaugurated by Mr Ashok Ganguly, Chairman CBSE. A board of 6 scholars from Lucknow University and Technical University evaluated the exhibits. Sri R.P. Sharma, Education Officer, CBSE graced the closing ceremony giving away prizes and certificates to all participants.
Sri Jaipal Singh, the Founder Manager and Sri Madhusudan Dixit, the Secretary of the school also took keen interest in working models and appreciated the efforts of students.
CBSE East Zone Tennis Tournament, 2004 was organized in the school from 16th to 20th October. It was inaugurated by Hon’ble Rajnath Singh, M.P.(R.S.), former Chief Minister, U.P who blessed the competitors from 13 states to work in unity for the honour of the country. The grand finale of the tournament was presided over by Sri Sanjay Mohan, director Education, U.P. in the hi-tech Amar Shaheed Captain Manoj Kumar Pandey Auditorium. He recalled his long association with Rani Laxmi Bai Memorial schools and emphasized the importance of games and sports in education. Sri Jaipal Singh, the Founder Manager and Sri Madhusudan Dixit, Secretary of the school also motivated the morale of the participants with inspiring words. The school was glorified by the winning boys of the school team, under 19, led by National level player Krishna Karsolia and the school team, under 14 as the Runners-Up.
The boys brought laurels to school by winning in the March Past organized on Republic Day parade by the U.P. Government.
CBSE organized an Induction Course for Principals, Allahabad region in September, 2003. Sri R.P Sharma, Education Officer, CBSE Delhi, Sri Ashok Ganguly, then Chairman CBSE, Sri Jaipal Singh, Founder Manager of the school, Sri Madhusudan Dixit, Secretary of the school motivated Principals to mould their schools into model institution.
In the same year, CBSE conducted its Orientation Programme for Economics teachers of U.P in November in the school. Sri S.N. Sharma, retired professor from University of Delhi, Sri Jaipal Singh, Founder Manager of the school, Sri Jamuna Rai, retired Assistant Commissioner, K.V.S, addressed the participants and motivated them for learning the latest for liberalization of Economics.
Achievements- CBSE Sports Meet
It was a moment of proud honour for the school when Principal Smt Asha Arora received the shield for March Past on Republic Day from His Excellency Vishnu Kant Shastri, then Governor U.P.
A flower drill was also presented by the students of the school, who became the recipient of 3rd prize on the eve of Republic Day celebrations.
The school hosted CBSE Sanskrit teachers’ workshop from 21st to 23rd September, 2000. Mr Ashok Ganguly, the then Chairman, CBSE addressed the participants. Other eminent guests were Prof. C.K. Saluja,C.I.E, Delhi University, Dr. Mrs Sadhana Parashar, Assistant Education Officer, (ELT) CBSE Delhi. Founder Manager of the school, Sri Jaipal Singh and secretary Sri Madhusudan Dixit also addressed the participants, throwing light on the fact that Sanskrit is the most scientific and logical language. It is the mother of so many Indian languages and it’s the need of the hour that everyone should make efforts to ensure its ancient glory.