Neelbagh Rural Residential School

by Ashraya
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School
Neelbagh Rural Residential School

Project Report | Jun 6, 2019
The Achievers of the Goal

By Dechu Banerjee | Secretary

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                                                                    Quarterly Report 2019

 

The months of March, April, May usher at the end of the academic year 2018-19 and the start of the new academic year in June 2019.

Neelbagh School students start preparing for the final examinations and also to enjoy the long summer break. 

A majority of the student's parents attended the parent-teacher meeting and interacted with the teachers who were teaching their children. They gained a good understanding of their child’s strengths and weaknesses and performance in class etc. 

The class X students who are in their final year of the school appeared for a State level Board exam and got ready to graduate from high school.

A final round of sports and other activities were completed during this quarter. 

A Career guidance Workshop was held for the Class X students; Mrs. Mamata Mutt – a career counselor conducted a group session for the students to gain insight into their strengths and subject interest. This was followed by an individual session with each student and the parent.

Mrs. Mamata Mutt, Ms. Dechu Banerjee, Ashraya Secretary, and Headmaster Manjunath conducted these interviews with the 10th class students and parents. 

Primavera, the CSR wing of Bosch invited about 60 students to attend a program by the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra which the students enjoyed -first time experience for them. 

The school closed for the summer break the middle of March 2019. Neelbagh School experiences 40 degree Celsius ( C ) temperatures in summer and is prone to acute water shortage.

The students returned to start the new academic year in the middle of May 2019.

The class 10th State Board results were announced at the end of April 2019; Ashraya Neelbagh School students secured 100% first-class results consecutively for the 11th time.  All the students have joined college to pursue higher studies.

 The dedication and commitment of the staff under the guidance of the Principal and continuing support from donors has made it possible for the students to reach for the stars. Their achievements and success in school will propel them to achieve greater success in the future.

Sports Day
Sports Day
Cultural Event
Cultural Event
Primavera- Bosch Event
Primavera- Bosch Event
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Ashraya

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka - India
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