Popcorn, Gur Rewri, Gajak bonfire and warmth- everything together mark the celebration of Lohri and Makarsankranti. The People all across North India look forward to this festivals. Makar Sankranti marks the transition of the Sun into the zodiac sign of Makara rashi (Capricorn) on its celestial path.
The main objective is to promote rational thinking among the youth who are believed to be the future of the country. From the tiny tots of III class to the responsible X class students actively exercised Surya Namaskar and other dynamic yogasanas to mark the relevance of Youth Day. It depicts that Glorians understand the importance & magnitude of practicing yoga in life.
Freedom in mind. Faith in words. Pride in our hearts. Memories of our souls. Gwalior Glory High School celebrated Vijay Divas on 16th December 2019 to commemorate India's victory over Pakistan in 1971 war. Rich tributes were paid to the martyrs who laid down their lives during the war.
Celebrations of the Constitution Day were the highlight of 26th November's Morning Assembly at Gwalior Glory High School . On this occasion students pledged to protect the constitution and respect and abide by the constitution.
Celebrations of the Constitution Day were the highlight of 26th November's Morning Assembly at Gwalior Glory High School . On this occasion students pledged to protect the constitution and respect and abide by the constitution.
A day marking childhood- Children’s Day, which marks the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India – Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru was celebrated with enthusiasm and zeal, keeping in mind his words,
“I may not have time for adults, but I have enough time for children".
Learning tolerance is a very important attribute that every citizen should imbibe for maintaining peace and integrity in the society. Living in harmony with the diversities prevalent and having respect for the different religious and cultural beliefs , mutually respecting the differences in race
There is one God who dwells in every one of God's creations and constitutes the eternal truth-Guru Nanak DevJi
Guru Nanak Jayanti, also known as Gurpurab and Guru Nanak's Prakash Utsav cele-brates the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
National Unity Day (also known as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas) is celebrated every year on 31st of October by the people all through India. It is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel who really unified the country. Gwalior Glory High School celebrated National Unity Day with great enthusiasm.
Students of class 1 and 2 decorated diyas with sequins, sparkle, mirrors and presented to working staff (Baijis and Peons) of the school. It was an initiative to understand that Diwali is illuminating hearts with joy and happiness.
To commemorate 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Father of the Nation , various programmes were organized in Gwalior Glory High School. The assembly commenced with the Bhajans by staff members which were close to Gandhiji’s heart. Students were also made to sing the Bhajans along with the teachers that made the ambience soulful echoing with the ethos of the freedom fighter. The Principal addressed the students and appealed everyone to follow the path shown by Gandhi ji , instill his thoughts and preaching in our life. Many incidents from Gandhiji’s life were quoted to inspire the students as well as teachers to lead a dedicated focused and contended life.
If you can believe it, you can do it.
To mark the birth anniversary of legendary hockey player Major Dhyan Chand, 'National Sports Day' was celebrated at Gwalior Glory High School. Sports give us a sense of identity and national pride. The day started with a special assembly wherein students were made aware of the significance of this day.
Further, highlighting the importance of this day, various sports activities such as Football, Chess, Volleyball, Skating, Table Tennis, Badminton, Boxing including fitness training and athletic events were also organised to develop the team spirit, leadership and sportsmanship qualities among the students.
‘Entrepreneurship Day’ has been coined to celebrate innovation and empowerment of entrepreneurship and leadership throughout the world. Entrepreneurship is vital not just for job creation but a very essential and integral part of our economic growth and problem-solving.
The celebration of the 73rd Independence Day began with the hoisting of the tricolour in the fore ground by the Honourable Director of the school Ms Anita Wadhwani and the Principal Dr Rajeshwari Sawant. Patriotic feelings emanated from the speech of the Head Girl echoed in the campus. This was followed by a musical rendition of patriotic song by the school choir. In a wonderful speech presented by a student of class XI Glorians were reminded of the valour and sacrifices made by the torchbearers of the freedom struggle.
Janmashtami, the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in India .In Gwalior Glory High School, students of classes I and II the birthday of Lord Krishna with great fervour and excitement.
Little girls were dressed up as Radha and boys as Krishna.
Special Assembly in the school was conducted to celebrate and respect the most important entity in everybody's life, on the auspicious occasion of Guru Purnima Shlok recitation by kids, blessings on them showered through Teacher's Talk and very interestingly, kids were taught relevance of Guru Purnima by several stories through Story Telling.
Geared-up Glorians receptively watched the live telecast of Pariksha Par Paricharcha 2020 programme, an open and conversational bridge between Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and our young ignited minds of India.
'Stress is a synonymous for Exams '. To uproot this notion from the hearts of students, Hon’ble PM openly as well as in a light hearted manner responded to the various queries put up by the students across the nation.
“Giving a child a spoon to fill the pit ,dug by a spade is absolutely unfair“
The quote exactly fits, as the baseline, for the workshop conducted on 11th Jan 2020. The expert, Ms Anahita Lee who has taken workshops on Effective Teaching Aids, Academics through Visual Art, Teaching Poetry and Visual Aids in the Classroom, Classrooms without Fear, Multiple Intelligence, Significance and Application in the classroom, Creative Craft, Human Rights in the Classroom, Phonetics and Early Reading Strategies and many more, emphasized on various tools and strategies to enhance writing skills among students.
The 21st century needs creative and compassionate Minds and we believe that children have the potential to make a real change. Bhoomi Nigam, Shubhi Nigam, Akshat Jain, Amishi Ojha, Avni Tomar and Urvi Sharma of Gwalior Glory High School participated in National Katha Writers' workshop and learned a lot from their mentors Suverchala Kashyap, Tabish Ahmed and Savi Sarin which was held at Shiv Nadar School, Gurgaon from 26th December to 28th December and finale event at Thyagraj Stadium New Delhi.
An informative Counseling session on Tourism Management was held at school on 'Potential career in Travel and Tourism Management’. Dr. Kamakshi Maheshwari from IITTM was the guest speaker for the session. Addressing the students, she said that the career prospects are very bright and secured if one chooses the field of Travel and Tourism. Talent, Tradition,Tourism, Trade and Technology are the key points which empower this profession.
The fantasy world of cartoons is a great stress buster for kids. The world of happy , bubbly, playful characters, bright colourful surroundings, abundance of chocolates make the children happy.
Gwalior Glory High School thereby organised a Workshop on 'World of Cartoons' for the students of class V. The session was beautifully taken by the resource person Dr N.N. Laha.In his speech the guest speaker spoke about the importance of Cartoons marking them as an essential part of every childhood.
Campus Coach Orientation Programme was organized for classes XI and XII by resource person Ms. Yasha .
The guest speaker, in an interactive session, guided our young minds about the Nationally and Internationally acclaimed universities and colleges available for admissions after higher secondary school exams.
An informative workshop on traffic rules and road safety was conducted for the students at Gwalior Glory High School.The informative session was conducted by the representatives of Traffic Police as a part of an on going Road Safety Campaign. The associated resource personnel from the Road Safety and Traffic department Mr.Shashikant Tiwari and Mr.Himanshu Tiwari were the guest speakers for the session.
Career decisions play a pivotal role in shaping the future growth and development of students.
In today’s environment of multiple options, knowing about choices available helps the students in their decision-making process.
To open new vistas for our students, a Career Counselling Workshop was organized for classes XI and XII on "Career Prospects in Law".
"You have to learn to say no without feeling guilty".
Setting boundaries is healthy. You need to learn to respect and take care of yourself." Taking this thought further an important Adolescent Counseling Session was conducted for class 7th students on the topic 'Learn to Say No' and 'Self Respect' at Gwalior Glory High School.
Change is the end result of all true learning.
A Parent Orientation Program 'Ehsaas' was organised for the parents of Grade I to III on 16th November 2019. The workshop was successfully conducted by the resource person, Dr. Suhas Dhonde,a well known Paediatrician from Gwalior.
Adolescence is one of the most fascinating and complex transitions in the life span. Continuing with the series of Adolescent Counseling Sessions, a workshop on ‘Onset of Puberty’ was organized at Gwalior Glory High School by panel of experts from the Adolescent Health Academy. The workshop was attended by the students of Class V as well as their parents. Expert speakers for the day were Dr. Prakash Vir Arya and Dr Praveen Mittal.
A spiritual reawakening session was conducted by members of the Brahma Kumaris for the students of classes 11th and 12th at Gwalior Glory High School.
The session highlighted that as humans we are educated and instructed to adopt a respectful attitude towards our elders, to exhibit a disciplined behaviour to refrain from disgraceful acts and overall lead a life embellished with ethical and moral values.
Under the aegis of Adolescent Health Academy an important session for Grade VIII students was conducted today by Dr Prakash Veer Arya and Dr Mukul Tiwari.
Dr. Tiwari spoke on the benefits of Social Media and subsequently threw light on its negative impacts when used excessively. He added that intensive usage of Social Media by Adolescents results in poor performance in academics.
The process of growing up brings with it many challenges for adolescents and children. We, at Gwalior Glory High School have been empowering our students through various initiatives to help them overcome these tribulations.
In pursuit of this goal, yet another counseling session based on Adolescence was conducted for class X students by the eminent resource persons, Dr Prakash Veer Arya and Dr Mukul Tiwari. The session encompassed discussions on prevailing issues like Bullying and Cyber Bullying. Dr. Mukul Tiwari informed the students about Bullying and it's types and guided the students to bring it to the notice of some responsible adult.
Adolescents are the future of this nation and paediatricians play an important responsibility of shaping their future, by providing them the right kind of health and behavioural guidance.
Glorians from classes VI to X attended an enlightening session. Mission Kishore Uday was organised by Gwalior Academy of Paediatrics (a branch of Indian Academy of Paediatrics) in CHRI auditorium.
An eye opening Seminar on Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act 2012 (POCSO) was conducted in the school , where the keynote speaker was Dr. K.K. Dixit, Magistrate and President of Child Welfare Committee of Gwalior. Along with other members of the committee, Mr. Dinesh Sharma (Magistrate),Mr. Ran Vijay Singh Kushwah (Magistrate) & Mr. Achendra Singh Kushwah (Programme Officer- FPAI Gwalior) graced the program with their presence.
To overcome the stress and anxiety, a workshop on 'Stress Management' and 'Performance Enhancement' was organised for our senior Glorians of classes XI and XII. Aiming to guide the students on how to relieve themselves from stress in order to excel in the fields chosen by them, the workshop was addressed by Dr Mohita Junnarkar and Ms Deep Mala Chowdhury.
Thought provoking sessions were conducted on various aspects of Career Building for classes IX and X. It was resourced by Mr. Manoj Dawrani, who emphasized on four things mainly in his short talk with Glorians.
God created Teachers to make a Difference in the World
A session on 'Guru Vandan ' was successfully conducted today at Gwalior Glory High School by Shri Navneet Pachori,a psychological advisor and motivational speaker.
"May be there is a road ahead of it, May be there is a new world down the road, Walking forth is the only plight, Because we didn't come this far to come this far only. " Our students should all be nurtured to become autonomous, engaged and successful learners striving to maximise their potential.
Keeping this in mind a counselling session was organised at Gwalior Glory High School. Aiming to facilitate the potential for individual to reach academic excellence, in this session the expert speaker Ms. Manisha Motiramani familiarised the students with different aspects of SAT exams. Eg. How can they pursue their dreams of studying abroad and its benefits like availability of wide range of subjects, flexibility in choosing the subjects etc. Query resolving session was very satisfactorily answered by Ms Manisha creating awareness among the young minds.
A smile is the best make up which anyone can wear to look beautiful but it is not possible without a lovely and healthy denture.
Dr Rashmi Sukhwani , a renowned dentist ,conducted an orientation Program for class III students in which she advised students to take proper care of their teeth. She emphasized on the importance of teeth in our life and how to take care of them to keep them strong and cavity free life long.
She focused on the correct way of brushing teeth and to choose a right kind of toothpaste. She also gave important tips to maintain oral hygiene at home. Patiently she resolved all the queries of curious kids and concluded the workshop.
With more and more diverse career options and professional opportunities emerging, career counselling helps individuals make the right choice about their career paths, career development and career change.
Keeping this in mind, a Career Counselling Session was organised for our senior Glorians to make them aware about the exciting career opportunities available in the Hospitality domain. The session took place under the guidance of the known expertise of Mr. P Suresh, Senior Lecturer in Institute of Hotel Management.
Speaking on the session, the resource person addressed that being the cardinal principle of friendliness industry, Hotel Management has wide job openings. Also, with globalization spreading among more nations, the Hotel Management industry is genuinely getting to spread worldwide.
The students got a wide spectrum of knowledge in relation to Hotel management which includes Hotel & Restaurant management, Cruise Ship Hotel management, Hospital Administration and Catering, Hotel and Tourism Associations, Airline Catering and Cabin Services, Club management, Forest Lodges, Guest Houses amongst others. Following the session of guidance, the doubts of the students were answered thoroughly.
The session was intensively enjoyed by the Glorians.The session concluded with the memento presentation to the Guest speaker by the Principal.
What could be more creative than Science? And what better way to explore Science than by working with students’ own innate creativity? Keeping this pragmatic aspect of Science in mind, a Physics workshop was organised for Glorians from Science Stream.
It was an innovative and informative session by the resource person, Dr. Niraj Jain , Professor at Jiwaji University,Gwalior . He highlighted on the various aspects of 'Theory of Relativity' and unfolded the mysteries of 'Coordinate systems'. He further added that Physics plays a vital role in our day to day life. It was an interactive session where students not only responded to Prof. Jain's questions but also posed their own queries. In the end, the resource person was presented with a memento as a token of gratitude by the Principal. It truly was an enlightening workshop for the Glorians.
A counseling session on adolescence was conducted in Gwalior Glory High School for students of class VI. Dr. Prakash Vir Arya was the guest speaker who was welcomed by the Principal. Dr. Arya interacted with students regarding physical and psychological changes during adolescence. He briefed students about importance of physical exercise, balanced diet and staying away from any kind of distraction at this age. At last, he solved students’ queries. Overall it proved to be a very fruitful and enjoyable session for students and concluded with the vote of thanks extended by the Principal.
Life is a journey, with problems to solve, lessons to learn, but most of all, experiences to enjoy.
Mentor, preacher, torch bearer of students is always willing to show the right path to the students. Senior Glorians look forward to such orientation programs where their Principal has one-to-one interaction with them.
Importance of discipline, scheduling and prioritising things, having true education, leading a healthy life, role of hygiene in life and being empathetic towards people around us are some relevant issues discussed with them. Students are now waiting for 2.0 orientation programme.....should be taken by Principal madam with whom they can easily connect, understand things better and follow her advice......
Little skaters showed their talent skilfully rolling their skates smoothly without fear. Each one was looking so confident that they seemed to be winners in their own eyes.
Gwalior Glory High School bid farewell to the outgoing batch of class XII on December 27,2019.
The programme began with welcoming the class XII students with Tilak ceremony. The elegantly attired students were escorted to the lush green venue where the students of class XI gave them a warm welcome. Students shared their candid thoughts and feelings in an interview session.
Young Glorians of X and XI had the opportunity to go for an educational visit to the BSF Training Centre at Tekanpur.
The students were taken on a guided tour of BSF Museum where they had a chance to see the Tear Gas Unit and instruments used in. They were also told about the combat weapons used in detail. The students came to know about the achievements of soldiers and 3D mapping of Border.
A visit to Behat, birth place of Tansen, a famous singer and navratan from Akbar’s court,was organised for the students of class V .
Students visited the most famous Shiv Mandir in Behat where Tansen used to sing. It’s a beautiful historical place where kids gathered a lot of information about the famous composer and musician Miyan Tansen.
Children are always fascinated by the world of magic and wonders. People vanishing and emerging with the blink of eye, things transforming into pigeons and hanging in air without any string or rope Crazy kids astonished and excited , enjoyed watching Magic Show with their friends made their day.
To spread the essence of national integration throughout the country through various literary and cultural activities, strengthening the emotional connection, activities under ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat Programme’ have been conducted in the school. The students with the teaching faculty spread the awareness through speech about the culture, tradition, best practices of Manipur & Nagaland - the partner states of M.P...
Defence Research & Development Establishment(DRDE) organised a Science exhibition on 16th November, under the theme "Recycling and Waste Management'. Glorians from class IX visited and observed the various models displayed on the same theme.
This visit was truly an enlightening experience for all the curious minds.
The most exciting and long awaited day, a day filled with fun and enjoyment that every body felt refreshed and rejuvenated. Having food under tree shade, in the lap of nature with teachers and friends made everybody’s day. Students of class III enjoyed their day to the fullest and created beautiful memories to be cherished by them for a long time to come as they visited the Sun Temple.
Display boards have been an integral part of schools which allow teachers to present a creative, encouraging classroom environment. Outer display board competition was held which made students engaged, excited and work together, helping to maximize learning, harness their creativity and developing personal skills.
Alumni Meet 'Celeste' was organized at Gwalior Glory High School. The ambience was filled with smiles and nostalgia as the students from the pass out batches were meeting their mentors and friends after a long time. The Principal extended the welcome address. It was followed by music and foot tapping rhythmic band presentation by Glorians.
For the first time in Gwalior, ISRO SPACE EXHIBITION was brought out by VIKRAM SARABHAI SPACE EXHIBITION & SPACE APPLICATIONS CENTRE, AHMEDABAD from 13th to 15th October at MITS, Gwalior. The Glorians of class IX visited the exhibition and explored a lot about Space Science & Technology.
Gwalior Glory High School enthusiastically organised various competitions, and other activities for the realisation of the programme . During Swachhata Pakhwada celebrations , all the students of the school were engaged in different Participatory activities along with Special lectures were arranged to sensitize them in the morning assembly and in their classes about the importance of cleanliness of the surroundings.
Dance is the poetic baring of the soul through motion.
Under the ageis of SPIC MACAY, Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan awardee, Dr. Uma Sharma and her team performed ‘Kathak’. The artists were accorded a traditional welcome and the programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by school Principal Dr. Rajeshwari Sawant and the artists. A Padma Shri and Padma Bhushan awardee, the maestro has performed alongside many legendary musicians world over.
Indian Army organized a display in which weapons and equipment used by various wings of Army like Infantry and Artillery were exhibited. It was highly appreciated and left students awestruck. The event was open for the students of classes IX to XII. A soldier camouflaged in leafy suit went on to explain the mechanics of the infantry weapons. Students were briefed with details of the Weapons used during wars and they were ecstatic to experience a world they had never seen before. Students were excited and got a first hand experience of Weapons and this exhibition has changed their perception of the Army. Many students wished to join Indian Army. This event instilled a respect for the Indian Army in the children.
The responsibilities on the deserving young talent of the school to lead their school with care, capacity and capability was bestowed in Investiture Ceremony that was held with great enthusiasm and dignity. The event was presided over by the Chief guest, Gwalior Station Commander Mr Biswas’s wife Dr Varuna Biswas ( Army Medical Corps), Director of the school Ms Anita Wadhwani and the Principal of the school Dr Rajeshwari Sawant.
The event began with the presentation of school song which filled the air with a spirit of unity. The ceremonial pinning of the badges and handing over of the sashes to the newly elected Head Boy Mayank Arora, Head Girl Yashika Jain, Sports Captain Manpreet Singh and the house appointees was done by the Chief Guest, Director and the Principal of the school. It was a proud moment for all the parents to witness their children being inducted with great responsibilities while embarking upon the new journey as leaders. The newly elected students’ council pledged to keep the school motto of care, capacity and capability in high esteem and to fulfill their duty with utmost dedication. The Chief Guest addressed the students and advised the council to take their responsibility seriously. The Principal encouraged the students to be at their best and take the school to newer heights.
"For in the true nature of things if we rightly consider every green tree as far more glorious than it were made of gold and silver." Realising this at Glory, a plantation drive under the program - 'My Earth My Duty'' was held to maintain this delicate environmental balance by our motivated NCC girl cadets to plant & maintain them as a gratitude to mother nature .. Cadets took pledge to fulfil their duty to make this world a greener place to live...
Vigour and enthusiasm reflects on the happy faces of the sweet children as their day begins with Zumba in the assembly followed by exciting events and activities besides studies throughout the day.