Concluded Events

Independence Day Celebrations - 2017

Independence Day Celebrations – 2017

Guest of Honour : Major Dr Abhijith Y V (Retd.)
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Parent - Teacher Interface

Classes III & IV

Guest Speaker : Dr. Shreepathy Bhat KMC, Manipal University

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Classes V & VI

Guest Speaker : Dr. Santhosh Prabhu KSHEMA, Nitte University

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Classes VII & VIII

Guest Speaker : Dr. Elizabeth Daniel Formerly KMC Mangalore

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Classes IX to XII

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Kindergarten

Guest Speaker : Dr. P.V. Bhandary Dr A V Baliga Hospital, Udupi

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Classes I and II

Guest Speaker : Mr Dan Isaac Pothiyil KMC, Manipal University Formerly KMC Mangalore

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Farewell - Class XII

Farewell Programme

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Farewell - Class X

Farewell Programme

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Republic Day Celebrations - 2017

Republic Day Celebrations – 2017

Guest of Honour : Lt. Cdr.(Retd) Deepak Puttaraj
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Kindergarten Sports Day - 2017

Kindergarten Sports Day – 2017

Inauguration

Chief Guest: Dr (Mrs) Shakila Sachin, Opthalmologist, Manjunatha Hospital, Udupi

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Valedictory

Chief Guest: Dr (Mrs) Rashmi S Udupa, Paediatrician, Manish Hospital, Kundapur

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School Day Celebrations - 2016

School Day (Classes I to IV) – 2016

Chief Guest : Dr. B. Jagadeesh Shetty, Principal, Poornaprajna College, Udupi

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School Day (Classes V to XII) – 2016

Chief Guest : Prof. Susheela R. Rai, Principal, St. Mary’s Syrian College, Brahmavar

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Kindergarten Day – 2016

Chief Guest : Sr. Freeda Ouseph, Principal, Sacred Heart Convent School, Jadkal, Kundapur

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Annual Sports Meet - 2016

Annual Sports Meet – 2016

Inauguration

Chief Guest: Major G Balakrishna Shetty, Associate Professor, SMS College, Brahmavar

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Valedictory

Chief Guest: Fr. Dr. Eldho Puthenkandathil, Principal, St. Thomas Residential School, Byndoor

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Amarnaveelson Trophy - 2015

AMARNAVEELSON BASKETBALL TROPHY 2015

Basketball is one of the most exciting games, and it has taken firm roots in Little Rock, thanks especially to the availability of two concrete courts, and several boards for children to practice. An added attraction is the much-awaited Amarnaveelson Trophy, every year.

Way back in the year 2000, three of our students, viz., Amarnath Ganiga, Naveed Iqbal and Wilson Rodrigues met with their watery grave. The name ‘Amarnaveelson‘ is an acronym for the three names. Basketball players as they were, we began this tournament as a fitting memorial for the trio. This year’s therefore was the 14th Tournament.

The tournament was held on Saturday, 21st November. It was inaugurated by Mr Sharana Kumara, Principal, Sri Siddhivinayaka Residential School, Hattiangady, Kundapura.

As many as 12 schools participated in the tournament which was held for both boys and girls in the under 16 category. Lourdes Central School, Mangalore and Little Rock emerged winners of boys and girls, while Little Rock and Lourdes Central School, Mangalore came up as runners-up in the boys and girls tournament respectively.

Mrs Jessy Andrews, Principal, Madhava Kripa English Medium School , Manipal was the Chief Guest at the Valedictory held in the evening.

The programme ended with National Anthem by around 4.30 pm, thus leaving sweet memories of yet another wonderful Amarnaveelson tournament.

 

November 21, 2015                                                                                                                          (Alphonse Rodrigues, PET in charge)

Teams that participated

1. Sri Siddhivinayaka Res. School, Hattiangady

2. Little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar

3. Lourdes Central School, Mangalore

4. Sharada Vidyaniketan, Talapady

5. Madhavakripa, Manipal

6. Manipal School, Mangalore

7. Mount Carmel Central School, Mangalore.

8. Silas International School, Udupi

9. Presidency School, Mangalore

10. S M S English Medium School, Brahmavar

11. St. Aloysius Gonzaga School, Mangalore

12. Sharada Residential School, Udupi

Chief Guests :
Inauguration : Mr Saravana Kumar, Principal, Sri Siddhivinayaka Residential School, Hattiangady, Kundapura
Valedictory :Mrs Jessy Andrews, Principal, Madhava Kripa English Medium School , Manipal
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Hrithik Shetty Memorial Football Tournament 2015

Hrithik Shetty Memorial Football Tournament 2015

Date : 12.09.2015

Chief Guests :

Inauguration : Prof. Pushpalatha Santhiar, Formerly Professor, MGM College, Udupi

Valedictory : Dr N. S. Mohan, Professor, Dept. of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engg. Manipal

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International Conference on Leading Effective Schools

Day 1

Keynote Address :

Professor Dr. Michael Chirichello, Northern Kentucky University, USA,

Prof. Dr. Shashikala Gurpur, Director, Symbiosis Law School Pune

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Day 2

Keynote Address : Prof. Dr. K. Ramnarayan, Vice Chancellor of Manipal University, Manipal

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Day 3

Keynote Address : Professor Sunney Tharappan, Director of the College for Leadership and HRD, Mangalore

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Day 3 – Valedictory

Valedictory Address by Rev. Dr. Valson Thampu, Principal, St. Stephen’s College, New Delhi

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Principals vow to make Schools safe for Children

Principals of ICSE and CBSE Schools (AICS) of Udupi and DK districts made a joint declaration on November 9th 2013 that they would put in place the necessary safeguards to ensure the safety of children in their schools. The principals met at Little Rock Indian School, Brahmavar in the context of many cases of child abuse reported in recent times.

Dr. P.V. Bhandary, Psychiatrist in his keynote address confirmed that the incidence of child abuse is indeed a reality, and thatit is rampant now. Both boys and girls are vulnerable. The surprising fact is that the perpetrators are often those close to the family of the child. It is a myth that the people who commit the crime are of unsound mind. It’s often elders with a ‘good Samaritan’ image who commit the crime. Parents need to be wary of such situations. Schools should also take suitable steps to see that children are not abused, particularly in residential schools. Schools should create a task force to be ever vigilant in order to protect their children.

Prof. Mathew C. Ninan, Principal of Little Rock spoke on the ‘School Perspective’. He said, it should be the mandate of every school to create awareness amongst its children against possible attempts to abuse them. School, by definition, should be the safest place for children. It’s possible to create such a school environment if the children, teachers and parents are sensitized, and there is an open channel of communication amongst them. Children should be empowered and emboldened to complain against any attempt to abuse them, without any fear of reprisal. Short films on ‘good touch, and bad touch’ were screened to show how children can be educated in an age-appropriate mannerto protect themselves.

Principals made a joint declaration that they would put in place a host of reforms and systems to eliminate all forms of child abuse in the school, its premises,in the hostels and school buses. MrsShreelathaRao, President of AICSintroduced the agenda and welcomed.

Mr Vidyavantha Acharya,Mrs Neeta Kishore, Mrs K.Anandhi and Fr. AnilD’Costa led the discussion, attended by over 30 principals. Dr. Thomas Quadros made the concluding remarks and proposed the vote of thanks.

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