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Coaching Camp For Children 2015-16

Kendriya Vidyalaya Port Trust has organised coaching camp in 05 games, namely, cricket, football, badminton, volleyball and basketball. The coaching camp has started at the very outset of the SEE/SA2 exams 2015-16. Timings are: Morning – 6.00am to 9.00am, Evening – 4.30pm to 6.30pm.

The Vidyalaya has taken this pro-active step so as to enable the students to utilize their relaxation period after their exams up to the result. Children are not only getting training in the above-said games but also in their mental and physical development.

Alongside the above, children who are interested in participating in annual day are also given practice throughtout the day.

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Using ICT in the Morning Assembly

A recent development in the Vidyalaya has been the use of ICT during the morning assembly. An overhead projector and PC are being used as an aid in meditation, visual aid during the conduct of assembly (thought, new word, special item, etc.) and also to show the students a short film on a topic.

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Talent Show

As part of Children’s Day Celebration, a Talent Show was organised in which a number of students showcased their talents.
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Science Exhibition


Students eagerly waiting to give a demonstration of their projects in the Vidyalaya Level Science Exhibition held on 03/11/15. Principal Smt.Holy George interacting with the students. Click here for more shots of this event.

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National Unity Day

Remembering Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’s contribution in creating a modern India post independence, Rashtriya Ekta Diwas (National Unity Day) was celebrated on 31st October. The students participated in a “Run for Unity” event during the occasion. A poster making competition was also organised on the theme of “Unity and Integrity”.

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