School Events at Mysuru

Field Trips 2022-2023

The classroom is an effective simulation of the real world however experiential learning argues that when learning is shifted into a real-life situation it becomes more powerful in individuals. This supports the idea that in order to prepare students effectively for life we need to give them memorable experiences like School Field Trips. In view of learning beyond the classroom our students visited several places such as Sukha vana, Silk Factory, Alokha Palace, Bamboo Vana, Nursery and Water Purification Unit. All the students were excited to explore the places.

Parivartan Drive 'Eco Warriors' - 2023

An awareness march as part of ‘PRIVARTAN DRIVE on the theme ‘Eco-warriors’ was organized on 25 February 2023. As a kick start on 23 February 2023 the student representatives and the principal participated in a press meet at Mysore District Journalists Association. The theme for the year revolved around clothing and its impact on the environment. The drive urged the students to rethink before purchasing clothes because buying too many clothes can cause a detrimental cost to the environment. The students participated in various activities and acted as agents of change. The students interacted with the people in and around and created awareness in the form of walkathons and by selling reused products and most importantly shared the message through the medium of Social Media, placards and banners. The principal, teachers and around 600 students from grade 5 to 9 took part in the rally which was flagged off at Mathrumandali Circle and culminated at B.M. Habitat Mall, Mysore.

Mental Health Day - 2022

On the occasion of World Mental Health Day a special assembly and various activities were conducted. The students were encouraged to achieve their objectives through affirmative exercise to inspire and motivate. There were grade-specific activities, like teaching self-care for grade 1 and 2, for grade 3 to 5 understanding the Cup of Peace, Kindness, Mandala art therapy and Making posters about Mental Health. Each student was encouraged to express through art to imbibe the significance of mental health.

Republic Day Celebration - 2023

Podar International School, Vijaynagar, Mysuru celebrated the 74th Republic Day with immense patriotic fervour and zeal. The celebration was presided by the vice principal, Mr.Martin and Mr.Austin Pinto, the senior Admin Officer. The event began with the flag hoist followed by the national anthem and a wonderful march past by the students of grade 4 & 5. Then the flower tribute was given to Dr. B.R Ambedkar by the dignitaries and coordinators of Podar as an honour to this great personality who chaired the team to form the constitution of India. The students came up on stage and mesmerized the audience with their speeches in Kannada, Hindi and English. There were eye catching dance performances by the students wherein they aroused the patriotic spirit and fervor of the audience. It would be a very commendable thing to note that the whole programme whether it be MC, welcome speech, march past, vote of thanks etc. was fully managed by the students of grade 4 & 5 under the guidance of the teachers and parents.

Christmas Celebration - 2022

Christmas was celebrated on 23rd December 2022 to commemorate the birth of Jesus. Students came to school wearing beautiful dresses on Christmas themes. The school was decorated beautifully with glitters, cribs and lights. One could easily notice the excitement of Christmas in the students’ eyes. There were cultural programme wherein the students danced, sang carols and played a short skit on the nativity of Jesus.  

Dasara Celebration - 2022

A special assembly was conducted to bring awareness on the significance of Dasara. The secondary students performed a skit and a dance on this occasion. ‘Dandiya Raas’ event was organised for students and parents on 24 September 2022 where all the parents, students and teachers danced to the beats of Dandiya and Garba. It was a spectacular evening with lots of colour and festive spirit. Rangoli competition was organized for the parents wherein more than 50 parents took part in it. Everyone was dressed up in traditional attire which added colours to the celebration and lit up the evening brightly.

Annual Sports Meet 2022-2023

The Annual Sports Meet of our school was held on 19th November 202. The chief guest Dr. S. Madialagan graced the occasion along with the principal, Mr.Krishna Bangera, admin officer and PJK HM as the dignitaries. The Principal extended a floral and formal welcome to the chief guest, dignitaries and shared a brief report of the School’s Sports activities and achievements of the students. The Sports Day started with the march past of the four different houses. Thereafter the oath taking ceremony was administered to the students. The most intriguing aspect embellishing the event was the sports torch, pom display, aerobics dance, fan display and yoga display by all the students of grade 1 to 5. The zealous parents gathered in large numbers and constantly applauded the participants. The winners were honoured with the certificates and medals by the dignitaries, teachers and parents. A few events were organized for the parents and it was very mesmerizing to see them take part. The meet saw its culmination with the National Anthem. 

Children's Day Celebration - 2022

On 14 November Children’s Day was celebrated by the teachers to make the day very memorable to the students. The celebration focused on children and their enjoyment. The celebrations began with the morning assembly by the teachers which included a few cultural events; wherein the teachers danced, sang songs and did ramp walks to entertain the students. It was followed by varieties of fun filled activities and games conducted by the teachers which filled the children with immense joy, enthusiasm and magnificence. All the children were given sweets and Children’s Day certificates to mark this day a memorable and valuable one. 

Kannada Rajyotsava – 2022

Kannada Rajyotsava, also known as Karnataka Formation Day or Karnataka Day, was celebrated on 14 November 2022 by hoisting the flag, lighting the lamp, flower tribute to Kannadambe and followed by many other cultural activities; singing songs, dance and fancy dress on famous personalities of Karnataka. The significance of the day was highlighted by one of the students. The vice principal stressed that the love for a language and place must be cultivated by every individual. 

Ganesh Chaturthi Celebration - 2022

As part of the religious integrity the school celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi festival with a lot of respect and belief that the Lord Ganesha who is the symbol of wisdom bestows his presence on earth during Ganesh Chaturthi festival & removes our obstacles. There was a feeling of complete devotion, creativity & fun altogether. The students performed a group dance gracefully on this occasion. The celebration gained importance with 'Ganesha Pooja' performed by one of the teachers. The principal, Mr. Krishna Bangera enlightened the whole school with his words of wisdom by speaking on the significance of the day. 'Prasadam' was distributed to students and staff members to encourage positivity amongst all.

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