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The school students organized an exhibition on the day of Saraswati Pujo to put into life different principles and models that they have studied so far. The exhibition witnessed enthusiastic participation from all the departments, i.e. Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Geography, History, English, Bengali, Hindi. Along with these departments; the kids section also put up a demonstration of models from their text books, which attracted a lot of attention.
The exhibition, spread over three floors, was well attended by other students, guardians as well as visitors from outside, to whom the students explained with elan how their text book materials actually work, through charts, working models and demonstration sessions. The exhibition was appreciated by one and all and displayed the depth of learning and how students are able to apply their knowledge into effect in real life.
2016 Annual Sports celebrated by G.B. Memorial Institution
Students of the school celebrated their Annual Sprots Day with tremendous enthusiasm and put up their best show at display. The event saw a huge participation and spirited performance – highlighting the motto that “winning or losing does not matter – but it is participation that matters.
The event started on a patriotic note, with our national flag being hoisted by Sri Mrinal Kanti Majumder, former Headmaster of Iswar Chandra Mitra School, our Chief Guest and our Headmistress Smt Bhagabati Mitra. At the onset, it was little ones from Classes Pre-Nursery to Class – IV put up a stellar show in events like go as you like, Biscuit Race, Frog Race, Shoe Race, Flat Race, Sum Race and so on. The senior students of Classes V and above had events like Tie the Eye and Walk, Flat Race, Musical Ball, Orange Race, Marble and Spoon Race, Memory race, Thread the Needle race etc.
All participants were actively cheered by hundreds of guardians – who turned up to encourage their respective wards. The young ones had great fun in front of their parents, grand parents and other elders from the family. Overall it was a day of enjoyment for all. When everyone had fun, why would the teachers be left behind? Teachers and non-teaching staff of the school had their moment also, when they had Musical Ball and Walking Race. At the end of the day, prizes (sponsored by The Telegraph / TTIS) were given out to all successful participants.
2015 Annual Program
The students of G.B. Memorial Institution celebrated their annual function and prize distribution ceremony on the last day of January with pomp and grandeur. The day started with the students putting up a scintillating performance on the Tagore song “Aguner Parashmoni Choao Pran e”. This was followed by the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Guests and our Headmistress Smt Bhagabati Mitra.
The event was graced by the august presence of eminent dignitaries like Sri Nilachal Chattoraj, former senior teacher of Don Bosco, Park Circus, Dr Asim Kumar Majumder, President of G.B. Memorial Institution, who encourages the students with motivational words and words of wisdom which the students can put in use in real life to emerge as a better human being. The students and teachers thanked the dignitaries for their kind words and provided a token gift to appreciate their kind gesture of being present at the event.
Then came the prize distribution ceremony, where students were given out the prizes for their achievements in academics and demonstration of overall excellence. Class IX received the best class award, for their all-round performance. This was followed by the acts presented by students of various classes – first of which was rendition of Ganesh Vandana, to indiciate an auspicious start for the cultural extravaganza. The students from all classes (Nursery to XI) put up acts – performing to nursery rhymes, songs, dance performances, drama, recitation, yoga performance and so on. They demonstrated how well they have been groomed, not just in academics but in various other cultural facets, The guests present in the occasion appreciated the show put up by the students, and commended them for their all-round excellence – in sync with the motto of the school – all round development of students.
The program ended with all paying their homage to our country and rendering “Jana Gana Mana” together. Overall the students shone through the evening and presented an evening to remember.