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PCy Cats MEd Neo d BASKETBALL TOURNAME] The school basketball team participated in the 5th edition of the Inter- Jesuit Basketball tournament hosted by St. Xavier's Doranda, Ranchi. The school team entered the semi-finals by beating St. Xavier's Chaibasa by 53-20 and St. Xavier's Inter College Ranchi by 58 - 31. The semi- final was played and won against St. Lawrence, Kolkata. In the grand finale, the competition was against Loyola School, Jamshedpur. However the school team fell short of completing what could have been an amazing comeback. Nevertheless the team was cheered by the crowd for their style of playing. The school organized a health week programme right from classes 4th to 10thstandards.for generating awareness regarding different health issues from 24th to 29th April. A lot of enthusiasm was observed among the students to present the most informative and attractive bulletin board. Health week assemblies were conducted by the ferent classes to introduce the topics through skits, speeches and parody songs. Emphasis was laid on the importance of discipline and hygiene for ahealthy living. The week longlearning experience for the children concluded with the presentation of the bulletin boards on Saturday, 29th April, PrN be eae e leery Mr, Faiz Khan, representing Quality Education Asia, interacted with the students of Std. 10th and conducted an orientation programme to talk about the goal of I smart classes. The emphasis was on enhancing the life skills of students and enabling them to combat life's challenges and develop interpersonal relationships. Mr. Faiz aimed at helping students explore their own strength, communication skills, self motivation, decision making, emotional quotient and critical thinking through a very interactive session View current and past newsletters and school magazines at : http:/www.sxshzb.org or http://www.hoxa.org 777d Tew e 777d On 12th May 2017, the school bid farewell to one of its beloved teachers, Mrs. Deepanjali Bose who had devoted 28 long years of service to this institution moulding tiny tots with deep affection into compassionate, competent and committed humans for tomorrow, The farewell programme was marked by the nostalgic emotions of all the students whilst bidding good-bye toa teacher who had played one of the most significant roles in their lives. Mrs, Sunita Prasad putting it aptly in her speech pointed out that ' retiring is actually re-trying a new life.’ In this bitter sweet moment Fr. Rosner acknowledged Mrs. Deepanjali’s invaluable service towards the school and wished her luck for her new innings, Mrs. Bose, in her parting speech, expressed her deep desire to serve the society by putting her soul into charity work. The day concluded with a private staff farewell The board results this year was indeed very good, especially in the case of class 12th . Of the total number of 149 students, who appeared for the 10thBoard Exam, 44 scored 10 CGPA; an improvement from last vyearwhen 38 studentshad got 10 CGPA. In the case of class12th Board Results, of the 214 students who oO Portal il Cals TT ty EL ee ma Sage appeared for it, 11 of the science stream , 10 of the Commerce stream, and 2 of the arts stream scored 90% and above and were felicitated by the D. C. Mr. Ravi Shankar Shukla on the 23rd of June . Nikhil Jyoti (Science stream) and Ishan Bhandari (Commerce) topped with 95% and 96% respectively. What came as a feather in the cap was Anand Kumar becoming the state Topperin Arts with 96.2%. The annual staff seminar was held between the 15thto 17th of June 2017,which was preceded by an orientation programme for the new staff members which was oriented by the principal himself. The resource person on the 16th was Mr. Tejwant Singh Garewal. The focus area was to help teachers improve upon their Classroom Management Skills. 17th of June was utilized by the teachers in planning for the classes that was to reopen on 19thJune. INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY The International Yoga Day was observed on the 21st of June. Members of the Yoga club and the staff of the school assembled in the Auditorium basement at Zam. The session was conducted under guided supervision. Neo d The Gonzaga Day was celebrated on the 24th of June with a small cultural programme which started with the lighting of the lamp and the garlanding of the portrait of St. Aloysius Gonzaga. Fr. Rosner in his address to the students urged them to care for the uncared, work for humanity and stand for social cause. While the bridge course for class 11 students started on the 29th of April, admission procedures for fresh applicants started on the 12th of June with the conducting of aptitude tests. The new session began on the 2ist of June with the admission of approximately 210 students. What cannot go without mentioning is the significant increase in the number of admission in the arts and commerce a — i SINGING COMPETITION Tejveer Tuteja 2B 15181 Gonzaga Arijeet Mallick 3A 14014 Britto AedhaPasricha PC 17171 Gonzaga Aarohi 1C 16086 Xavier Prakhar Prakash 24 15067 Britto Harshika Sharma 3B_=——-17230_—‘Xavier pa TBR SEW tani led Samar Kumar PA 17079 Britto ‘Satyam Kumar 1D 16052 Loyola Aditi 2B 15068 —_BBitto Akshat Anand 3B 14129 Loyola Anvi Goyal PC 17017 Britto Aarushi Bansal 1c 16065 Loyola, Aaradhya 2D 15109 Loyola Ayan Khan 3A 14141 Xavier Aditi 8C 09134 Gonzaga Divyanshi Chandra 9B 08115 Loyola Priyanshu Vats 10A_—09235 Gonzaga AsmiChoudhry 8D 09103 Gonzaga VaristhaSahai 9A 08013 Gonzaga RishitShivesh 10B 11209 Gonzaga View current and past newsletters and school magazines at : http:/www.sxshzb.org or http://www.hoxa.org R ‘ weve weve