SRI. JAGADEESAN KALATHIL,Secretary,Kerala Gandhi SmarakaNidhi,inaugurated the Nature club activities and the World Environment Day celebration on June 5,2018. The theme for the year 2018 is BEAT PLASTIC POLLUTION."Plastic,which is rampantly polluting our water bodies,harming marine life and posing a threat to human health,is really a major concern",commented Sri. JagadeesanKalathil.
Dr. R.I.Shanthi,Asst. Professor, Head of the Department,Department of Hindi, Govt. College for Women,inaugurated the activities of the Hindi club on June 14,2018.
SCHOLA BREVIS 2018 was graced with the eminent presence of VERY REV.FR.DR.MATHEW JACOB THIRUVALIL OIC,the Regional Youth Director of Kerala Catholic Youth Movement and the Provincial Superior of Navajeevan Province. SCHOLA BREVIS is an orientation session where the dean gives a brief lecture at the beginning of the school year on the traditions,accomplishments and goals of the institution.
Sri. S. Gopinath,Former Inspector General of Police, inaugurated the MalayalaSahityaSamajam and the Reading Week celebration on June 19,2018.
The school celebrated International Yoga Day with great zeal and enthusiasm on June 21,2018. A special assembly was organised to commemorate the occasion.The programme comprised of a yogic prayer in Sanskrit,followed by a speech about the origin of Yoga and its significance.Subsequently the various benefits of yoga for school children were enumerated,along with demonstrations by students.
Renowned Cine Artist and model,MS.PRIYANKA NAIR inaugurated MUDRA 2018-Festival of Arts on June 28,2018.The scintillating performance of the kids rocked the audience.
DYNAMO 2K18-a programme for honouring the toppers of AISSE & AISSCE was graced with the eminent presence of Sri.K. JayakumarIAS(Rtd),Director,IMG,whocongratulated the students for their outstanding triumph and appreciated the staff members for their committed effort in shaping up a good result.
The activities of the English club for the academic year 2018-19 was officially inaugurated by Mrs.SaritaG.,AssistantProfessor,Government College for Women,Trivandrum on July 11,2018.
Mr.Biju N., Inspector of Police, Cyber Police Station, Trivandrum has given a meaningful lecture on the different types of Cyber crimes and the offences & punishments relating the same to the high school and higher secondary students.
MUDRA 2K18- the school Youth Festival conducted on August 8,9 &10 was a grand blend of events on Dance,Music,Literature and Fine Arts. The three-day fest felicitated students for their creative expression. The bubbling enthusiasm exhibited by the participants has been tremendous. The fest gave the students an opportunityto express their artistic and literary talents. It also helped them to develop the qualities of mutual respect, love,communal harmony and national integration.
Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya was filled with orange, white and green vibes while celebrating the 72nd Independence Day. To honour the ones who have lost their life during the freedom struggle and to invoke patriotism, the school flag was hoisted by our Principal.
In response to the grave situation in Kerala, due to deluge, the school community stepped forward to help Keralas flood hit people. The students along with the teachers have been collecting relief supplies for flood victims under the aegis of National Service Scheme and the materials that they have collected on August 18,19 & 20 were handed over to the authorities there at SMV school, Trivandrum.
The school magazine of the academic year 2017-2018: STRINGS was released by our patron, His Beatitude Moran Mor Baselios Cardinal Cleemis Catholicos, Major Archbishop of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church.
To highlight the importance of having fruits and how it helps us in keeping good health, the Kindergarten section celebrated Fruit Salad Dayâ€™ was held on September 14,2018. Children brought varieties of fruits and honey. Teachers along with the students had a good time while preparing fruit salad. Principal along with Bursar inaugurated the event. The value of â€œsharing is caringâ€ was highlighted through this event. This activity helped children to learn about different fruits, its shape, texture and taste.
Little hands and imaginative minds came together in a creative burst of energy during the Waste Craft Expo 2018 held on September 19 under the guidance and support of the primary section teachers. The event was inaugurated by the school principal. The programme aims at creating an awareness on the importance of preserving the environment and learn more about sustainability. Students of classes 1 to 4 prepared very creative and innovative models from different waste materials which were arranged there in the exhibition. They used reusable and recyclable materials like newspapers, shoe boxes, ice cream sticks, eggshells, Pista shells, coconut shells, plastic bottle and much more. They created an amazing array of display items like pen stand, show pieces, paper weights, flower vase, fruit bowls, wall hangings etc. The values like preservation, recycling, conservation, reduce, reuse, etc were embedded on the young hearts and minds through this noble act.
A group of students and teachers from Auguste â€“ Viktoria- Gymnasium School, Trier, Germany, which runs as part of UNESCO Project, paid a visit to our school on October 5, 2018. The German group, in collaboration with the Goethe German Cultural Society, Trivandrum, visited the school inorder to have a better idea about the school. The interactions that happen between teachers and students were keenly observed by the team. They were so observant to analyse and understand the teaching learning process that takes place in our school. The school community under the leadership of Dr. K T Cheriyan Panicker , Vice President, Malankara Syrian Major Archdiocese Higher Education Board and Rev. Fr. Antony Raj, Bursar, welcomed the group . German classes under the auspices of Goethe Centre, Trivandrum, have been going on in the school for the past three years.
Dr. K. N. Ninan,Former Outstanding Scientist &Dy.Director,VSSC& Emeritus Professor,IIST,Trivandrum handled a workshop on Empowerment of Teachers on October 9,2018.
Retreats can be the perfect way to re-energize faculty,flesh out new programmes and help people get to know one another better. Keeping this in mind the management arranged a retreat for the staff on October 10,led by Rev.Fr. Prince.
Rev. Fr. Koshy Chirakkarottu,Bursar of Sarvodaya Vidyalaya inaugurated the Annual Athletic Meet of the KG &Primary section on October 25,2018.
Ms.AnuRaghavan,the Indian Sprinter, declared the 16th Annual Athletic Meet of Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya open on October 26,2018, and she also hoisted the school flag.
Observing the great tradition and imbibing the true spirit of Keralites , we at Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya, celebrated â€˜Kerala Piraviâ€™ on Nov.1, marking the birth of Kerala. The entire school assembly was in Malayalam and it witnessed a variety of programmes depicting the love for Kerala and Malayalam. Message by Bursar, Rev. Fr. Antony Raj , gave us a glimpse of the glory of the Kerala state. It was followed by a Malayalam recitation unveiling the prevalent beauties and bounties of our villages .Thiruvathira performed by the girls added colour to the celebration. Undoubtedly the celebrations brought memories of communal harmony and the vast heritage of Kerala to our minds.
Robotics,the technology of the immediate present and the future,have become a buzz word in the education ecosystem,as it proves to be a superb tool for Activity Based Learning approach.Keeping this in mind,the ATL club of the school in association with Trinity College of Engineering,Trivandrum, organised a Robotics Workshop on October 31,2018. Mr.KrishnanunniJ.S.,AssistantProfessor,CTO,TrivandrumTechnolodge&CEO,RicardoTechnix handled the fruitful session. A competition was also held on the same day &winners were rewarded.