BPS 14th Founders’ Day celebrations contiue
03 Dec 2017 - 10:20
Birla Public School resumed its Fourteenth Founders’ Day celebrations on December 1 with full of great zest, vibrancy and elation. H E Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Al Thani patronised the function.
Principal, A P Sharma, welcomed the gathering and read the school annual report. The school getting the certificate of accreditation from the SEC, under the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, State of Qatar, was the highlight of the report.
Presenting the new vision he said, “Project Eureka is a novel project introduced in the school where every student of class of XI and XII brings a question everyday helping them to get confidence. We are committed to providing education to the student based on ‘design think’ approach and experiential learning. The school has already established a quality and capacity building cell to empower our teachers who are the strong pillars of the institution.”
Detailing his vision further Sharma said, “I believe in girl child empowerment and the school will have the self-defense training compulsory for all the girls.”
Parenting session with parents was received with great warmth and was a big hit.
Dwelling on his dream Sharma remarked, “My dream is to have a class of many curious students to keep asking questions and teachers feel privileged to answer, hence we shall be setting up a “tinkering lab” of high standards in the coming session. I strongly believe in human values and would like to see every Birlite as a good human being and a global citizen before he/she becomes a professional. We have already decided to have an “Interact Club” for Social Science to imbibe the value of concern for others among our students. I am happy to share that the school received coveted Annual Sustainability award, being the best school to ensure sustainable environment through its initiative “BIRLA SPHERE”
Staff who have rendered service for continuous ten years received letter of commendation and gold medals.
Similarly, staff as well as students, who have attended school without availing of any leave for the last five years received letter of appreciation.