When exams are ahead and
students were under stress
We couldn't see them low,
hence organised a magic show.
Every moment of it, the students rejoiced.
It made them happy, relaxed and poised.
Will always endeavour to keep them calm
we wish them good luck for exam
The celebration of Sankranti festival reached a crescendo as the staff, teachers, students and parents of Birla Open Minds International School, Bandlaguda Jagir, came together and celebrated the festival Online.
Even the Pandemic couldn't hinder the festive mood. The School Organised EUPHORIA- 2021, a colourful Rangoli competition on the 9th of January to mark the celebrations of the harvest festival. True to its name the event had the Euphoric feel throughout.
It was nothing less than a visual treat to look at the families doing everything together to bring out their best. From Traditional to modern day rangoli we had a variety to witness and all so Vibrant and Colorful.
The participants were marked on various criterias like, choice of colours, choice of caption, symmetry of the Rangoli, creativity and an over all presentation.
The two hour event came to an end with Participation Certificates to all and Merit Certificates to the winners.
Good health is not something we can buy but can definitely earn and save it as our most valuable savings account.
We at BOMIS, have constantly focused on the well-being of both, mind and body. It was a privilege to have MS. Lubna Ali, a certified fitness trainer with us as our Mentor for – FITNESS FOR ALL – a fitness session under the GUESTBOOK series of BOMIS on February 20, 2021.
It was an energetic, fun- filled and an educating session. It was a visual delight to watch the parents equally active all through the session along with the kids. The credit goes to the engaging and Interactive approach in the delivery style of the mentor.
11 February 2021 – Birla Open Minds International School, Bandlaguda Jagir organized OORJA – a virtual Annual Sports Day 2020 - 21.
The sport events were tailor made keeping the present limitations in mind.
The event was graced by the Deputy Commissioner of Police – Traffic Cyberabad Sri S,M. Vijay Kumar IPS as the Chief Guest.
It was both, a matter of pride and privilege for the school to have him as a Chief Guest for their first Annual event. It certainly has created a benchmark. In his speech he encouraged the children to be fearless and responsible. He recommended the parents and the school fraternity to encourage the kids to ask questions. He spoke on the importance of fitness and physical health.
The event was well organised under the mentor ship of Ms. Harjinder Kaur, the principal, who was well supported by her meticulous team of staff and never ending support from the management. Although set on an online platform it appeared to be as real as it could be.
Some of the events incorporated were, the welcome dance, the torch bearing ceremony, releasing the balloons to mark the opening of the event.
The Inaugural ended with a glimpse of a few sport events like, diagonal Hopscotch, skipping, somersault, wall- dribbling, hoola hoop, and book balancing to name a few.
Post which the students dispersed to their respective class links for the main event, where the students came out in flying colours.
The winners were asked to report to the school for the medal ceremony. This added to joy and excitement of the students.
2020! This year has been one roller coaster ride. The entire world is trying its best to keep themselves and others motivated and not lose hope.
In our endeavours towards the same, we at Birla Open Minds International School Bandlaguda Jagir, came up with THE ELEVEN AMAZING WORLDS 2020 – A VIRTUAL INTER SCHOOL COMPETITION on Dec 31 2020. These are the eleven interesting layers that surround our life, like dance, music, art etc.
This was our first ever and we managed to pull the show very well. Along with the dignitaries associated with the school, we had amongst us judges from various walks of life who are a renowned name in their field of work. This ensured a Fair judgement.
The role of moderators who took care of each event was very challenging as the digital platform is prone to technical glitches. However, they didn't let it come in the way of the event and ably managed crisis, if there were any.
Our students won several accolades .We are thankful to various schools who participated and congratulate them for winning laurels as well.
Digital platform surely is a challenging medium but it has its own fun element. From Lighting the lamp to the announcement of merits and finally closing the event with New Year Wishes, the whole event was a howling success which has become a cherished memory.
The Guest book series was the much-awaited chapter where a guest speaker every Saturday addresses parents, students and fraternity members of BOMIS family highlighting on the points essential for life, that helps us to achieve our full potential. It was an honour to have Dr. Amulya Rao, a leading Nutritionist who gave insights on the Topic nutrition and balanced diet and Ms Satya Aruna, an Environmentalist as our Maiden guests.
The session with Ms Amulya Rao mainly emphasized on importance of nutrition. She gave a holistic approach towards well-balanced diet. Her session helped us to understand the nuances of correct eating habits and managing weight at the same time. In the pandemic times the session was extremely helpful for students as it gave them in-depth knowledge about staying healthy and fit and improving their immunity systems. Student not only learnt about proper nutrition but many other factors like weight management, healthy lifestyle, hygiene and immunity building. The session has enriched the students in a big way and would definitely help them to become fitter and healthier in future.
Ms Satya Aruna who is a key member of Indian Green Building Council and spoke about Green Buildings- its Architecture, Implementation and Sustainability. One of the highlights of her session, definitely was her easy to understand language and an interactive approach. So much so, that by the end of the session the kids who thought and Green Building was something to do with just plants, now had an idea about composting and recycling. Not only did the students gained out of the session, it was an enriching experience for all of us. A lot more knowledge and avenues seemed to have opened towards a Greener, healthier and better earth.
In the much awaited GUESTBOOK series of BOMIS, Bandlaguda Jagir, this time we had the privilege to have Ms. Apsara Iyenger with us. A versatile personality, a Social Media Consultant, a Theatre professional with a propensity to short films and business transformation.
As a mentor she has conducted programs at various corporate and educational institutes/initiatives such as HPCL, L&T, iPlex, Teach For India Convention and the list goes on.
Above all, founder of "Applause Vadodara" group, which aspires to encourage an age-no-bar, gender-no-bar, language-no-bar in association with theatre and art. The group focuses on creating innovative theatre Experiences that engage, empower and entertain.
At BOMIS,we believe that kids learn better with fun learning methods. The highlight of this particular session was it's interactive and gaming approach. Theatre is a form of art that engages, empowers and entertains.
Not just the students had a great time but also learnt the importance of expressing themselves.
We at our end continue to bring such amazing learning experiences for all, especially our students. So please stay tuned and ensure your presence in the GUESTBOOK series of BOMIS every Saturday.
Making the best possible use of the resources available is what we at BOMIS Bandlaguda Jagir believe in. Celebrating 72nd Republic Day on a digital platform was yet another occasion where the Pandemic couldn't dampen our spirits.
The staff along with captain of the ship Ms. Harjinder Kaur witnessed the National Flag Hoisting ceremony, graced by one of the Directors, Mr. Sandeep Yellamanchili, in the school precincts.
Learning without fun isn't very effective. Especially, in the present times. In order to facilitate the same, we organized ,"I love my India" – a Republic Day quiz.
While the teachers left no stone unturned to make this event creative and interesting by splitting into exciting rounds, the students also played their part well. They were zealous and well prepared. All the classes from PP1 onwards participated. The whole event was designed to ensure that by the end of the event, the students learn about the basic current affairs and a lot more about the glory of India.
All together it was a stupendous show put up by the teachers and students.
On the occasion of Independence Day this year, flag hoisting was done by none other than the Management and the Principal maintaining the pandemic protocols. BOMISites, Bandlaguda, put their best foot forward in expressing their love for Nation in intra-class dance competition. The adorable pre-primary kids stole the show with their performances.
All the performances were then compiled in the form of a video.
Love for Lord Krishna and Krishna's wisdom stories begin right from childhood. Birla Open Minds International School Bandlaguda Jagir kids too expressed this love and shared this wisdom by several enactments and hymns. It was ecstatic and a treat to the eyes.
Special thanks were extended to teachers and parents for their painstaking effort.
Dad- the son's first hero and daughter's strength and first love is the super awesome man.
His relationship with his son or daughter is the most adorable one.
On Father's Day in June, every BOMISite prepared a beautiful greeting for Dad expressing love. Some of them displayed their love for Dad by dancing and playing and prepared videos, the compilation of which was done. It was beautiful and touchy.
It's important that children understand the strength of our armed forces. The Kargil war depicts most of it. In the memory of our bravehearts, Kargil Diwas was observed in school. A student-led presentation was done through a zoom meet. To ensure that all little ones also experience patriotic fervour and feel brave in adverse conditions, patriotic dances were performed and songs were sung by BOMISites.