The 47 th Navy day was observed in the primary wing of NCS by the tiny tots of class I and Class II.
The 47 th Navy day was observed in the primary wing of NCS by the tiny tots of class I and Class II. The purpose of celebrating the magnificent achievements of the Indian Navy, as well as celebrating the immensely important role played maintaining peace for the country on the maritime front.
Children created awareness regarding the day showcasing its structure and various activities that the navy is involved and they marched to the navy song Jai,Jai Bharati.......….The principal, Vice Principal and the Headmistress appreciated the spectacular show.
In respect to this awareness campaign for children towards environment protection and green promotion, three coconut samplings were planted in the premises. Shramdhan was conducted by class IV.
Children's Day was celebrated as a portrayal of Love and Affection towards our kids...
A portrayal of Love and Affection on Children's Day
Children's Day was a portrayal of love and affection of teachers for their students at Navy Children School, Kochi.Celebrating the birthday of Jawaharlal Nehru, teachers putforth fabulous performance for the students during special assembly conducted by the teachers.
A prayer song sung by teachers marked the beginning of the event.News update was done in an enchanting and interesting manner by Ms.Sudha and Ms.Veena. A prayer dance by Ms.Ashwathy spread an aura of divinity.Senior faculty of NCS sang a mellifluous Melody pouring their love for the young ones. A group of vibrant teachers unleashed the stage with a scintillating Flash Mob.Rendering of Dance Drama that conveyed a powerful message was tear compelling and heart touching.
Addressing the students,Vice principal Ms.Elsie Babu gave the Children's day message stressing the need to be alert and vigilant against the evils and ill practices that prevail in the society. Students were provided with sweets in their respective classrooms after the assembly.
Diwali,the festival of lights was celebrated at NCS, Kochi with great enthusiasm
Diwali,the festival of lights was celebrated at NCS, Kochi; with great enthusiasm. Students of class V presented a fabulous show in the form of Dance Drama during special assembly in which all 195 students participated and showcased their performance with great zeal. The Master of ceremony introduced the theme followed by a skit which showcased the spirit of Diwali portraying the unifying quality of Festivals that bring everyone together. It was followed by a Diwali choir song wishing everyone a Happy Diwali.Greeting cards made by students were presented to The Principal ,Vice Principals, Head mistress and all the teachers as the token of wishes on the festive occasion. Next to follow was Ghoomar dance by the girls and followed by Utsav dance by boys. The highlight of the boys dance was the display of glittering chakras as props made by themselves.Diya dance was presented by mix of girls and boys, holding Diyas.
The programme concluded with the message of togetherness, unity and spread awareness for a Happy and safe Diwali by using environment friendly diyas and crackers. Many parents were present to grace the occasion. Further all students of classes V A,B, C, D,E and their respective teachers team were on the stage to wish everyone a Happy Diwali. On behalf of Management and Staff ,Principal of NCS conveyed the greetings and blessings of the season.
NCS Kochi emerged Champion in the inter school IT wiz Quiz conducted by Tata Consultancy Services..
Excellence in Quizzing
Nandu Krishnan and Arjun Sunil from Navy Children School Kochi , won the regional finals of TCS IT WIZ, an inter school quiz organised by Tata Consultancy Services(TCS), that witnessed participation from over 1,000 school students at Gokulam Convention Center on 31 October 2018 Wednesday.The duo won the title after five rounds at the regional finals,and walked away with 60,000 worth gift vouchers.NCS kochi won with a huge margin of score (250) compared to the runner up team ; Bhavans Vidhya Mandhir who scored 100 points.
The team qualified to participate in the National Mega Finals to be held at Mumbai on 25 November 2018.
NCS Basking in the Glory of Success at Fringes..the cultural fest at Choice School..
INTER SCHOOL CULTURAL FEST-FRINGES-2018
NCS kochi celebrates success at Fringes Interschool Competitions organised by The Choice School.NCS bursted to Limelight by putting forth commendable performances in One Act Play, Musical Drama , street play and Short Film competitions.
With unique characterisation and episodes designed to elicit laughter, we captured first position in One Act Play Competition.Musical Drama was a visual treat with a fine blend of music and pomp of peculiar properties that resulted in winning the second position.
Short film was picture perfect and provided a new opportunity for the young actors and movie makers.Street play depicted a pristine theme of 'Depression' and its nuances.Students succeeded in making an impact on the onlookers regarding the trauma of depression that act as a threat to the present generation.
Explo Festo 2018 gathered the collective imagination of NCS(K)..
EXPLO FESTO 2018:A Creative Extravaganza
Explo Festo 2018 gathered the collective imagination of NCS(K).The grand exhibition organised by various departments on October 10 and 11 brought out the hidden talents of students and provided room for students and teachers to synergies experiences and motivate each other to design and develop something novel.
In Etudes Sociales Extravaganza, the social science department brought the cultural varieties of India into a Single Room
Reino D Colorado,the art expo showcased a colourful kingdom that contained striking collection of creative paintings on canvas.
Embers of Papyrus, the English expo held a mirror to the history of literature.The depiction of the classics of Literature enthralled the parents and visitors. Original works by the young writers of NCS captured great attention.
Amardeep Hindi Expo mesmerised the viewers with a variety of displays dotted with several sections that encompassed both literary and grammatical elements of the National Language.
Science expo was brimming with creativity as it provided hands on experience to various experiments and the hidden secrets and wizardry behind Science.It helped to kindle the scientific temper of Students to a great extent.
Sanskrit expo depicted the peculiarites and prominence of the ancient language.Maths expo included games and puzzles to test mental ability and numerical ability. Sports department shared some vital informations regarding sports and games.
Excellence allied with the resultant four gold medals and 1 bronze medal in CBSE cluster Atheltics
CBSE CLUSTER ATHLETICS
Excellence allied with the resultant four gold medals and 1 bronze medal in athletics too.Shriyendri Kishore and Raj Kumar secured the best athletic award in under 14 girls and boys category respectively.Shriyendri kishore bagged 2 gold medals in 100m and 200m in a pulsating contest
Rajkumar bagged gold medal in shot put.Adesh Singh secured bronze medal in 800 m
The triumphant four consisting of Raj Kumar,Adesh Singh, Althaf and Harman Tej Singh managed to get a gold in relay.NCS pocketed Championship trophy in under 14 category.
Spectacular Triumph for NCS at CBSE interschool cluster XI Championship
CBSE CLUSTER XI CHAMPIONSHIP
Spectacular Triumph for NCS at CBSE interschool cluster XI Championship
NCS notched up one of its most memorable football triumphs when the team stunned chinmaya Vidhyalaya thripunithura for the score 2-0.Sharry and Sarthak Sharma added the lustre of the team by scoring one goal each.The ecstatic players managed to carve a niche for themselves by maintaining their championship record of 2017.
Surgical strike week was celebrated at NCS (K) commemorating the valour of Soldiers.
Surgical Strike Week Celebrated at NCS (K)
Surgical strike week was celebrated at NCS (K) commemorating the valour of Soldiers.Surgical strike week was observed from 24 September to 29 September 2018 entailing a variety of competitions.
Students pledged their support to the brave act of the Indian Army through post card making, letter writing, essay writing and group discussion competitions.
A special assembly was conducted in the school multipurpose hall on 29 September 2018.A power point showcasing the relevance of the day and the various nuances of surgical strike was exhibited in the assembly along with a motivational talk by Ms.Kala.
As a part of Surgical week celebrations students from grade IX to XI visited INS Vikramaditya, the biggest aircraft carrier vessel of Indian Navy.Patriotic songs were played in the school during break time in order to inculcate the feeling of Nationalism and civic sense in the young minds.
A Medical Discourse by Dr Venugopal....
First Aid in Figure Tips : A Medical Discourse
The rise in road accidents,heart ailments, strokes , fire accidents , drowning and other emergencies and lack of proper first aid to critical patients before they reach hospitals call for the need to make lessons in first aid a part of school curriculum
Dr.R Venugopal, a cognoscente orthopaedic surgeon of Vijaya Kumara Menon Hospital had an effective interaction on first aid with the students of NCS kochi on 26 September 2018.Basic knowledge of first- aid techniques is very important to save lives in our country
Doctor's discourse incorporated all relevant measures of first aid.A Demonstration on how to give cardiopulmonary resusciation(CPR) by the students under the guidance of Doctor was exuberating.
At the end of the session our principal Dr.Nellie Paul Verghese acknowledged Dr.R Venugopal for a thought provoking session and presented a momento as a token of our love and gratitude.
A special assembly that echoed the significance and dignity of our National Language was conducted on 26 Sept 18
Hindi Diwas Celebration
Students of NCS kochi, celebrated Hindi Divas with great enthusiasm.A special assembly that echoed the significance and dignity of our National Language was conducted on 26 September 2018.
Nirvruthi of class VI B spoke eloquently on the prominence of our national language.Students of class VII presented a melodious rendition of songs that kindled the linguistic spirit of the listeners.
Students of class VIII unleashed the stage with a wonderful skit that dealt with the theme of a book by Munshi Premchand.
A week long celebration included competitions like calligraphy writing and translation from English to Hindi.
Career Counselling: An essence of Right Guidance....
Career Counselling: An essence of Right Guidance"
As swami Vivekananda's said " Our duty is to encourage everyone in his struggle to live up to his own highest idea,and strive at the same time to the ideal as near as possible to the truth"
With this thought , NCS kochi organised a three day career counselling for students in order to dispel the doubts and qualms of students and to guide them through their search for a better future.It was conducted under the aegis of I Dream Career Counseling venture,one of India's leading counseling experts who provides an enlightening and unbiased career counselling programmes to the students.Individual interaction with efficient career counsellors and socio metric online analysis to figure out the aptitude and potentialities of the students of grade IX to XII were executed successfully.
The objective of the workshop was to create awareness among the students about the relevance of choosing right career and also how to take up the online assesments and registrations.
The online assessment for students was scheduled from 19 Sep- 21 Sep 2018 in the senior computer lab as well as in the new computer lab under the supervision of the teachers Ms.Ganga and Ms.VidhyaLakshmi after getting trained from Mr.Yash Thodge counsellor, iDream Career team. The students were given the codes for initial registration after which they take up the assessment which comprises the core areas like aptitude, personality and interest of the student. At the completion of the test a report is generated for the student which will be used as a reference for the phase II activities.
The dash board access to the students of class IX and XI was scheduled on 22 Sep 2018 and was monitored by teachers Ms.Ganga and Ms.VidhyaLakshmi in the computer labs. The students were given codes for registration after which they get access to wide range of information related to different career options. Once registered the students will be able to access the information at any time from any place and also gets the opportunity to interact with the counsellors at any point of time to clear their queries.
The following teachers underwent the training program from 19 Sep- to 21Sep 2018 under the leadership of Ms. Preeta Ajit, counsellor iDream Career team.
1. Ms. Ani Susan Philip
2. Ms. Betty Skaria
3. Ms. Preethy Sagar
4. Ms. Dhanya
5. Ms. Akhila Ashokan
Phase II of the programme is the one-to –one counselling for students of classes X and XII on the basis of the report generated after the completion of the online assessment. Parents were also given the opportunity to accompany their ward for the counselling session. Every student attended the counselling session, after which they had to fill up an online feedback form related to the counselling session.
Raj Kumar of class IX secured Gold medals in the District Amateur Athletic Championship 2018.
ALAPPUZHA DISTRICT AMATEUR ATHLETIC CHAMPIONSHIP 2018
Raj Kumar of class IX participated in the Alappuzha District Amateur Athletic Championship 2018 which was held Alappuzha and secured Gold medal in Shot put and Silver medal in 100m.
NCS was immersed in the jubilant aura of Teacher's day celebrations on 5 Sept 2018, Wednesday...
The Jubilant Aura of Teachers' Day
NCS kochi was immersed in the jubilant aura of Teachers' day celebrations on 5 September 2018,Wednesday.The day which is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Dr.Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, was celebrated with gaeity at NCS.The school donned a fresh look when the teachers and students dressed up colourfully to share their joy.Students beguiled teachers with myriad performances like foot tapping songs,groovy dances and fun filled skits.All teachers were honoured on stage by the students.School head boy Shaurya spoke about the unconditional love of teachers and their priceless contributions.
A formal meeting was conducted in the Multipurpose Hall at 14:15 hours.Cmde Anil Jose Joseph, VSM, PTA president NCS kochi graced the event as chief guest.Capt PJ Sing ,SSO education and director NCS kochi also attended the meeting.The chief guest poured out his heartfelt Teachers Day wishes through his speech and honoured Dr.Nellie Paul Verghese,Principal NCS kochi.Next,our principal honoured all staff members of NCS by handing out gift packets.It was a memorable day for both teachers and students to cherish throughout their lives.
The General Body Meeting of the PTA for the year 2018-19 was held on 21 Aug 2018.....
PTA ANNUAL GENERAL BODY MEETING
The Annual General Body meeting of the PTA for the year 2018-19 was held in the multi pursoe hall on 21 Aug 2018 at 1440 Hrs. A silent prayer marked the commencment of the rendezvous. Dr Nelliepaul verghese, Principal NCS Kochi extended a warm welcome to the gathering. " Alone we can do so little, together we can do much" when madam quoted Helen kelle, the audience could figure out her intention to stress the need for collaboration and team work. Cmde Anil Jose Joseph VSM, PTA president NCS Kochi, Cmde R Ravi Shankar, CEDO and Vice ChairmanNCS Kochi and Capt P J Singh, SSO Education and Director NCS Kochi attended the meeting.
Cmde Anil Jose Joseph eloquently lectured on Parenting and grooming of children. Mrs Ajeena AP(Vice Principal, co-scholastic, gave a birds eye view of the STEM programme and its inclusion to the curriculum to the gathering. Its an integrated programme that compasses Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
The Balance Sheet and accounting details pertaining to the PTA income and expenditure for the year 2017-18 was presented by the treasurer Mrs Jercy Kuriakose. Elections to the PTA executive committe were spearheaded by Mrs Kala RP.
After the tea break the committee dicussed various agenda points presented by the members. Mrs Payal Swarup proposed the vote of thanks. She recalled the stellar role being played by the PTA in fulfilling the mission of the school. She thanked the dignitaries and parents for their valuable time and exuberant participation in the AGM.
NCS(K) soaked in patriotic fervour...
NCS(K) soaked in patriotic fervour
NCS (K) was soaked in patriotic fervour and celebrated 72nd Independence day with zeal and spirit befitting the occasion. The gamut of activities was held at the school campus in the back drop of heavy rain.Cmde R Ravisankar, Command education and welfare officer unfurled the national flag marking the formal start to the celebration of freedom.
Patriotic songs that enthralled the audience,a thought provoking mime and a skit that showcased the iconic moments of freedom struggle added colour to the event.
Prize distribution for the winners of freedom was also carried out on this day.Capt. PJ Singh (SSO,education HQSNC and director NCS kochi) along with the chief guest handed out certificates and awarded medals for the winners.
Shaurya the head boy of the school delivered a speech commemorating the sovereignty of our nation.
The chief guest in his address appreciated the students and teachers for the colourful show of the day and urged the students to take pride in the achievements of our nation. Post this cultural extravaganza, the students were provided with sweet packets as a token of love.
The Mega FREEDOM RUN organised by NCS Kochi was marked with exuberance.
Mega Freedom Run at NCS (K) sees Large Turnout.
The Mega Freedom Run organised by NCS kochi was marked with exuberance.Celebrating the spirit of freedom around 1000 students of NCS kochi took part in the freedom run ahead of the 72nd Independence Day Celebrations
On the outcast morning of 14 th August 2018,boys and girls dressed in sports T shirts and tracks lined up in their respective starting points. The ambience was electrifying and pepped up the crowds.students were made into different categories from super seniors, seniors,sub juniors and juniors for the smooth conduct of the event
Capt PJ Singh , senior staff officer,education HQSNC & Director NCS Kochi and Dr.Nelli Paul verghese, Principal NCS kochi were delighted to see the enthusiastic participants celebrate the glorious history of freedom. The drizzles failed to steal the spirit of freedom of our primary stars who formed the final category to run for freedom.
The Torch Bearers Took Office at NCS (K)...
The Torch Bearers Took Office at NCS (K)
"Leaders are not born but are made by their experiences in life"
With a view to instill leadership qualities in the students and to make them figure out the functioning of the administrative body,a school prefectorial counsel was formed after scrutinous interviewing and school election.
This momentous day of 10th August 2018 dawned to bestow responsibilities on the deserving young talents of the school to the lead the institution with confidence and competence.Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni, VSM,Chief of staff southern Naval Command and Chairman of NCS kochi graced the event by his prestigious presence as the Chief Guest.The ceremony commenced by the school song followed by the welcome song.The Choir recited a melodious and inspiring song that blended with the event perfectly.
Next,we witnessed the spectacular marching of the brave leaders of NCS with pride and heads held high to receive their honours.The school counsel members were conferred upon with badges and sashes by the chief Guest.The oath taking ceremony was administered and followed by the lightening of Diya that symbolize their oath to spread the light of knowledge and pass on the rich legacy of values of Navy Children School to the juniors and to the posterity.
In his address the chief guest congratulated the new office bearers of the prefectorial counsel and enlighted them to don the mantle of leadership and to shoulder their responsibilities boldly. Ayushi the head girl proposed the vote of thanks and marked the end of the event.Ayushi the head girl proposed the vote of thanks and marked the end of the event.
NCS Kochi secured the Runners-up position in the Vidyodaya Table Tennis Championship for Girls categories .
VIDYODAYA TABLE TENNIS TOURNAMENT 2018
Vidyodaya Table Tennis Tournament was held at Vidyodaya School Thevakkal on 3rd August 2018. Schools from in and around Ernakulam district participated in the competition. NCS Kochi participated in 6 categories and secured Runners-up position in U-12, U-14 and U-19 Girls categories respectively.
NCS leaves an indelible mark in Vista Cultural Fest at Rajagiri Public School, Kalamassery
VISTA CULTURAL FEST-2018
NCS Kochi procured first prize in Rock and Roll (Music Band) and Pixelette(Photography) in the interschool competition held at Rajagiri Public School, Kalamassery on 28 July 2018.
NCS kochi has been celebrated its birthday with great pomp and show on 9 July 2018
The 33rd School Raising Day of Navy Children school kochi has been celebrated with great pomp and show on 9 July 2018.A day to recount the challenges braved by the school to achieve success and reputation over 33 years of its history.The programme had its glorious start with the mellifluous recital of the school song by the young choristers of Ncs.Our principal Dr.Nellie Paul varghese lit the birthday candle and the flames danced in tune with the birthday song.
Captain P E Prasad EXO venduruthy has been the guest of honour and the principals of sangalp ,little angels ,Naval KG were the special invitees.A plethora of entertainments including dances, song and drama mesmerised the invitees.The chief guest appreciated the efforts put in by the team to bring such good repute to the institution and urged to strive harder to scale further heights in days to come.Twenty five students from KG witnessed the event and they were bestowed with small mementos as a token of love.
Students of grade XII presented a note of appreciation imbibing the core values and ethics that form the foundation of the institution.
Charity is the mother of all virtues.Students of grade X paid a visit to karunalayam,an orphanage to share their happiness with the inmates.The unifying efforts of the team steered by the coordinators Mrs.Priya Jude and Mrs.Kala rose to a crescendo in making the day a memorable one that posterity will not willingly let die
Students of grade XI & XII visited INS Sarveshak on June 30 & 31 respectively
Students of grade XI & XII visited INS Sarveshak on June 30 & 31 respectively.It provided a matchless opportunity for the students to espy the bridge, engine room, survey room and cabins that form the integral part of the ship.They were fortunate to have an interaction with Captain Piyush Pawsey who gave a meticulous description of its modus operandi.After a small refreshment the students bid farewell to the crew members.
The celebration of the fourth anniversary of International Yoga Day at NCS, Kochi was yet again a reminder.....
Swami Vivekanada considered Yoga as a means for the reunion with the divinity which is every man’s true nature. The celebration of the fourth anniversary of International Yoga Day at NCS, Kochi was yet again a reminder of the need to tap the reservoir of peace and serenity hidden within us. Echoing the voice of PM Narendra Modi who described Yoga as a unifying force, NCS, Kochi stood united in observing this unique event. Being the atelier of future generation, NCS institutions have necessitated the introduction of yoga in their curriculum as it ensures the holistic development of the individual. Keeping abreast of this spirit NCS, Koci, under the exemplary guidance of Dr. Debala Devi, the school yoga instructor, observed International Yoga Day with the accompaniment of a varied number of activities. The students as well as the teaching faculty with the Principal Mrs. Nellie Paul Verghese, practised the various asanas of yoga. A drawing competition was also organized by the CCA department with International Yoga Day as the theme.
The majestic INS Jamuna, unravelled the realm of hydrography and kindled their interest in the marine technology....
SHIP VISIT-INS JAMUNA
This year's world Hydrographic Day, observed on 21st June, will remain as an indelible memory in the hearts of NCS students from class X, XI, and XII.
The majestic INS Jamuna, one among the Indian Navy's eight premier ships, unravelled the realm of hydrography and kindled their interest in the marine technology. Lt. Cdr Deepak Bhati and Lt. Cdr Yash Bharadwaj enligtened the students through their lectures on the same. They have underlined the importance of hydrographic map which displays the average lattitude and longitude of the given point and proves to be pivotal in dtermining the navigable region. This was fololowed by a sojourn through the chart room and lower deck where the officers acquainted the students with the devices used for hydrography and explained their financial and security relevance.The eventful day concluded with the address by the commanding officer of INS Jamuna.
Vita Scientia 2018, the Annual NES workshop for teachers of Biology from across the country held on 18 & 19 June at NCS.
SCIENCE WORKSHOP INAUGURATED AT NCS, KOCHI
Vita Scientia 2018, the Annual Navy Education Society workshop for teachers of Biology from across the country was inaugurated on 18 June, 2018 at Navy Children School, Kochi. Declared open by Cmde R. Ravi Sankar, Command Education and Welfare Officer and Vice Chairman, Navy Children School, Kochi, the two day conclave will see eminent resource persons leading the brain storming sessions.
While Dr. Haridas A K, Super Specialist in Neurology, would front the session on Neuroscience, memory disorders and memory techniques, Dr. Prema A. K., Regional Director (Rtd), IGNOU and Dr. M. S. Francis, Former Head of the Department of Botany, Sacred Heart College, Thevara would engage the participants with sessions on Biochemistry and Ecology respectively. Cmde R. Ravi Sankar, in his inaugural address, highlighted the importance of teachers to be role models for children and the need to empower today’s students to think global. He encouraged the participants to embrace the excellent resources of the school to reach out to their students and to help them scale greater heights of success. The gathering will be a platform for the vibrant academicians to engage in hands on research in the practical aspects of Biology. The two days’ workshop will conclude on Tuesday, 19 th June 2018.
RAdm RJ Nadkarni, VSM, Chief of Staff & Chiarman NCS(K) congratulated the frontrunners of Board Exam...
The school stands proud as the Southern Naval Command of the Indian Navy honours Maehal Barthwal ...
ERUDITE SCHOLARSHIP HONOURED
With a methodical approach to studies and with unstinted devotion, Maehal Barthwal is a brilliant diamond adding gleam and glitter to the crown of Navy Children School, Kochi. The school stands proud as the Southern Naval Command of the Indian Navy honours Maehal Barthwal on emerging as the CBSE Kerala Region Topper and Topper among all Navy Children Schools in the country in the AISSCE Examination 2017-’18. Honouring this erudite prodigy at the function held at the Southern Naval Command on 13 June 2018, Vice Admiral A R Karve PVSM, AVSM, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Naval Command felicitated the NCS graduate for her proud achievement.
Daughter of proud parents, Lt. Col. R Barthwal, Officer-in-Charge, Legal Cell, Station Headquarters, Naval Base, Kochi and Capt. (Rtd.) Alpana Barthwal, Maehal has always been a dedicated, hardworking and obedient student. Having represented the school at numerous venues, she has always been an ardent frontrunner in everything that gives meaning to school life. As a student, Maehal always disapproved rote learning and laid great emphasis on concept oriented learning. For Maehal, hard work was her mantra and she worked systematically even for the simplest assessments. Maehal always believed in competing with herself and was able to strike a perfect balance between her scholastic and co-scholastic life. Her success is an exemplary model to be emulated.
NCS, Kochi resonated with vivacity and verve on the occasion of the two-day workshop for teachers..
IMBIBING LEADERSHIP SKILLS TO TRAIN THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW
Navy Children School, Kochi resonated with vivacity and verve on the occasion of the two-day workshop that was organised in the school on 30 th and 31 st May 2018. The programme was conducted by the renowned business consultant firm, Ascent Transformation Ventures, Coimbatore. The quality improvement programme focussed on “Personal Excellence by Building Effective Work – A Positive Work Culture”.
The vibrant and ingenious resource persons Mr Raja Atmamayan, Mr Prasanth Raghavan and Mrs Srividhya led the teachers through a multitude of innovative
activities that focussed on enhancing the communication and leadership skills of the teachers, which would in turn assist them to impart these skills to their students. The
workshop was a personal journey towards excellence for everyone and would definitely pave the way towards helping the teachers to tackle the classrooms with more effectiveness and poise.
Maehal Barthwal Scaled the Pinnacle of glory with a staggering 99.2% in AISSCE-2018 Commerce Stream
NATIONAL TOPPER AISSCE-COMMERCE-2018
Maehal Barthwal Scaled the Pinnacle of glory and fame with a staggering 99.2% in AISSCE-2018 Commerce Stream. Her hard work and and preserverance reaped rich rewards as she emerged as the National Topper with her amazing achievement. Meahal scored 496 with centum in Economics and Business Studies.
The school raked in accolades galore with 100% success in All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examinatin and All India Secondary School Examination 2018 for classes XII and X respectively.
The Controller of Personnel Services, Indian Navy and Chairman, NES visited NCS, Kochi on 18 May, 2018.
VISIT BY VAdm R Harikumar AVSM VSM
Vice Admiral R Harikumar AVSM VSM, Controller of Personnel Services, Indian Navy and Chairman, Navy Education Society visited Navy Children School, Kochi on 18 May, 2018 as a part of his visit to all the Navy Children Schools across the country. He was accompanied by Cmde Ravi Shankar, Vice Chairman and Capt PJ Singh, Director of the school. The CPS inspected the new additions to the infrastructure and other academic facilities that have been installed to augment and improve the quality of education. He also examined TataEdge, the newly installed technology and software programme for computer aided learning and teaching.
The Principal Mrs Nellie Paul Verghese acquainted him with the history of the school as well as the infrastructure and other amenities being provided for the wards of the naval personnel. In his message, Vice Admiral expressed his approval with the impeccable infrastructure of the school. CPS also encouraged the authorities to raise the standards of academic excellence and aspire for state and national level ranks in the secondary and senior secondary examinations. It was indeed a huge motivation for the school to strive to achieve greater pinnacles of accomplishments.
A soothing and relaxing workshop was held for the teachers by Surg Cdr A S Chauhan on... Brain Plasticity.
CALMING THE MING
A soothing and relaxing workshop was held for the teachers by Surg Cdr A S Chauhan on Brain Plasticity. Stressing on the necessity to take care of one’s health by negating the effects of stress on body and mind, Surg Cdr Chauhan displayed certain activities that can be accommodated to daily routine. The session dealt with the ways to overcome stress and attain balance of mind and control over oneself through practicing meditation. A live meditation session was also conducted to refresh and rejuvenate the audience.
A Talk on the topic of HIV and AIDS awareness was held at NCS.....
AWARENESS PROGRAMME HELD
A Talk on the topic of HIV and AIDS awareness was held at NCS Kochi by LT Surg Cdr Sonal Shekhawat, SHO for the students of classes X and XII. The aim of the HIV/AIDS Awareness Programme is to empower and increase the awareness of HIV/AIDS, its impact, management and availability of support systems. This is to encourage early testing and lifestyle changes that will thereby reduce and prevent further infection.
The new academic block of NCS Kochi was inaugurated by the Honourable Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Sunil Lanba, PVSM, AVSM, ADC
NCS KOCHI GETS NEW ACADEMIC EXTENSION
Kochi, April 3, 2018 -- Navy Children School, Kochi, one of the leading co-educational institution in the country, run under the aegis of the Navy Education Society, had the honour of joining The Honourable Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Sunil Lanba, PVSM, AVSM, ADC along with Mrs Reena Lanba, The First Lady of The Indian Navy and President, Naval Wives Welfare Association (NWWA), in the inauguration ceremony for the new academic block and multipurpose hall.
NCs Kochi, with its state of the art infrastructure will enable students to experience conducive learning environment, facilitating the development of their potentials. The inauguration ceremony was an opportunity for the various stakeholders to express their satisfaction, to renew their determination and their commitment to ensure high quality teaching learning conditions for wards of Navy Personnel.
Mrs. Reena Lanba, in the course of her interaction, expressed the pleasure it afforded her to participate in an auspicious event and wished the school continued prosperity in the future. Veteran teachers, instrumental in the growth of the institution in its formative years were felicitated at the occasion by The First Lady for their meritorious service.
Vice Admiral A R Karve PVSM, AVSM, Commanding- in-Chief, Southern Naval Command and Mrs Sharmila A Karve, President, NWWA, Southern Region graced the occasion. Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni VSM, Chairman, NCS Kochi and Mrs Avanthika Nadkarni, Jagriti Coordinator, welcomed the guests of honour. Dr. Nellie Paul Verghese, Principal, NCS Kochi, in her high spirits, was articulate about the impetus that the new extension was going to give, in taking the school to global standards.
The summer camp aims to keep the students engaged in substantial and active enterprises.
The exam fever is over and the students are back with their energy and enthusiasm. This time to the summer camp organized by NCS Kochi. The camp aims to keep the students engaged in substantial and active enterprises. With a wide range of sporting and co curricular events at their disposal, the students have an opportunity to choose their favourite sport and hone their talents at music, art or debating.
It was a pleasant occasion for NCS K as it was visited by its Patron, Vice Admiral A R Karve PVSM, AVSM, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Southern Naval Command.
It was a pleasant occasion for NCS K as it was visited by its Patron, Vice Admiral A R Karve PVSM, AVSM, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Southern Naval Command. The main agenda of the visit was the reviewing the unfolding infrastructural augmentation of the school. A constant support and guide, Vice Admiral Karve’s visit advanced an impetus to NCS Kochi’s persistence to provide the best for its students.
Chief of Staff, Southern Naval Command, Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni, VSM, Vice Chairman NCS Kochi and CO Venduruthy, Cmde G Prakash also appraised the progress.
NCS Kochi was visited by Captain R K Sharma, Director of Naval Education, Navy Education Society as part of the annual monitoring of academics and administration.
Education is one of the most evolving endeavours of humanity. As the thought processes of man keeps progressing, education too undergoes transformations. Educational institutions being the temples of learning and education, witness multitudes of changes as time go by.
A regular and systematic monitoring of the activities that takes place in the school over a period of time helps to improve the quality and elevate the standards and performance levels.
NCS Kochi was visited by Captain R K Sharma, Director of Naval Education, Navy Education Society as part of the annual monitoring of academics and administration. Capt Sharma visited the junior wing of the school, the various labs, and library and observed the academic proceedings of the school. Captain P J Singh, Director, NCS Kochi and Dr. Nellie Paul Verghese, Principal accompanied him.
Aiming to raise its performance to the optimal, the day was indeed a time to review the workings of NCS over the academic year and analysis the quality of education that is being imparted in the school. The visit was indeed a felicitous opportunity for the school to elevate
itself to greater standards and measure up to the ethics and values envisioned by the Naval Education Society.
On his maiden visit to the school, Cmde R Ravi Sankar reviewed the infrastructural augmentation and upkeep of the school.
A WARM WELCOME
It was an auspicious day for NCS Kochi as it was visited by the Vice Chairman, Cmde R Ravi Sankar, Command Education Officer, Southern Naval Command. On his maiden visit to the school, Cmde R Ravi Sankar reviewed the infrastructural augmentation and upkeep of the school.
In the Kerala State Central Schools Sports Meet, Raj Kumar of class VIII bagged the Best Athlete Award in the Under 14 category.
In the Kerala State Central Schools Sports Meet, organised by the Kerala State Sports Council, Raj Kumar of class VIII showcased an excellent feat, bagging the Best Athlete Award in the Under 14 category. Raj Kumar, Aadesh and Aman Kaushik from NCS Kochi got the opportunity to participate in the state level competition after claiming first three positions at the district level competition held earlier this month. The trio’s significant performance in the track events has also led to the Ernakulum District bagging the Overall Championship Award.
The two day Meet that got off to an impressive start at the Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium witnessed students of CBSE, Kendriya Vidyalaya, ICSE and Jawahar Navodaya schools vying for honours. The meet brings together participants from over 1,500 schools across Kerala and is the first such sporting jamboree in the country for the budding talents of these institutions.
NCS Kochi echoed with patriotic fervour as it stood united with the nation to celebrate the 69th Republic Day.
Happy Republic Day!
NCS Kochi echoed with patriotic fervour as it stood united with the nation to celebrate the 69th Republic Day. The celebrations commenced with the unfurling of the national flag by the Chief Guest, Captain P J Singh, Director, NCS Kochi followed by the rendition of the National Anthem. The four houses under the leadership of their respective captains decorated the program with the ceremonial march past. A spectacular cultural extravaganza, a true showstopper, echoing the history of freedom movement and the drafting of the Indian Constitution added to the festive spirit of the occasion. Enthralling dance-drama performances and melodious musicals with patriotic ardour contributed to the zeal of the day.
Capt. P J Singh, in his address, traced the history of the nation and highlighted the nature of Indian Constitution and its historical significance. Congratulating the students for their wonderful performances, Capt P J Singh reiterated the need to accept and uphold the diversity of India and stand united to fulfil the vision of our founding fathers.
This was also a momentous day for NCS Kochi as one of its students, Akshar P Nair of class IX was part of the NCC contingent representing Naval NCC Kerala and Lakshadweep Directorate at the Republic Day Parade at Rajpath, New Delhi. Akshar was selected as the All Kerala Best Cadet J D Navy at Kerala Police Academy, Thrissur held in October, consequently representing in the parade. Akshar will also be participating in Prime Minister’s rally to be held on 27th January.
Tapas Rout of Class XI won accolades for NCS K when he won the Second Runners Up trophy at the Regional Neuroscience Brain Bee Competition.
A BUZZING VICTORY
Tapas Rout of Class XI won accolades for NCS K when he won the Second Runners Up trophy at the Regional Neuroscience Brain Bee Competition. The competition held at IMA by the Kerala Association of Neuroscience witnessed a nail bitting finish with all the finalists entering the tie breaker round. Tapas showcased a brilliant performance thus winning the prize.
The Brain Bee is a neuroscience Q&A competition for secondary school students that aims to motivate them learn about the brain, capture their imaginations, and inspire them to pursue careers in biomedical research.
Chinmay Pathak of Class VII received the Best Journalist award with a medal in the IIMUN at Choice School
SPREADING KNOWLEDGE; BROADENING HORIZONS..
Moving towards a new era of diplomacy and understanding, the students of NCS Kochi participated in the IIMUN, held at the Choice School, Tripunithra.
More than 350 delegates from schools and colleges across the State attended the three-day Model United Nations. Issues ranging from politics to environment were debated and deliberated on at the event.
Chinmay Pathak of Class VII received the Best Journalist award with a medal and Gario of Class IX received a Special Mention and a medal. Many other delegates from NCS K were also appreciated for their strong opinions and presentation.
The objective of the MUN is to allow the student community to experience multilateral negotiations. IIMUN or Indian International Model United Nations is an organisation based in India which conducts the simulations of United Nations and Indian parliament in different cities. They make students discuss topics of national and international interest in order to make more and more students get interested in diplomacy and working of the government.
NCS Girls team comprising Avantika and Kajal of Class VIII won the First Position in the GYAN 2018...
In the GYAN 2018, an interschool competition for working models in Mathematics, NCS Girls team comprising Avantika and Kajal of Class VIII won the First Position. The competition conducted by Cochin Refineries School, Ambalamugal, was an excellent platform where the students showcased their Mathematical skills. The team competed against students from in and around Kochi and bagged the Ever Rolling Trophy demonstrating the special quadrilaterals using set of squares.
A colourful reception was accorded to the ship by the children waving the flags of the two nations.
It was a jubilant occasion for the students of NCS Kochi as they played host to the Naval vessel from Singapore, Republic of Singapore Navy Ship (RSS) Resolution. A colourful reception was accorded to the ship by the children waving the flags of the two nations. The vessel commanded by Lt Colonel Edmund Teh Wei Khee houses trainee naval officers of Singapore.
58 students from NCS Kochi had the fortuity to be part of this greeting, the onset of bilateral exercises to be held later this year. The students got the opportunity to interact with crew members, exchanging pleasantries and welcoming them to the Queen of Arabia, Kochi.
NCS Kochi was visited by the Chief of Staff, Southern Naval Command and Chairman NCS, Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni, VSM
NCS Kochi was visited by the Chief of Staff, Southern Naval Command and Chairman NCS, Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni, VSM. The school’s infrastructure development and excellence, a vision on the path of being accomplished, was reviewed by Rear Admiral . At NCS we believe that an appropriately planned school infrastructure is an out-and-out key factor in effective teaching and learning. School infrastructure, its design, quality and day to day management is significant in enabling school system to deliver improved education outcomes. Vice Chairman, Cmde Sandeep Chakravarthy and Director, Capt P J Singh were also present.
NCS family gathered together to bid adieu to one of its leaders, Cmde Sandeep Chakravarthi, Command Education Officer, SNC and Vice Chairman NCS Kochi
GOODBYE.. TILL WE MEET AGAIN..
NCS family gathered together to bid adieu to one of its leaders, Cmde Sandeep Chakravarthi, Command Education Officer, SNC and Vice Chairman NCS Kochi. Cmde Chakravarthi who is completing his tenure as the Vice Chairman was felicitated in a function held at Primary Assembly Hall. Principal Dr Nellie Paul Verghese recollected fond memories of working with Sir and his immense contribution in visualizing the best for NCS K. A memento and an album was gifted to Sir as a token of love and appreciation.
The keen and talented young footballers of NCS Kochi bagged the Runners Up Trophy in the Rajagiri Cup Junior Football Tournament
RAJAGIRI FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP
The keen and talented young footballers of NCS Kochi bagged the Runners Up Trophy in the Rajagiri Cup Junior Football Tournament. Beating competitive teams from Kochi, the team reached the finals and displayed and outstanding performance in the Under 15 Inter School Soccer tournament held at Rajagiri School, Kalamassery.
The New Year knocked with applause at NCS Kochi, with its students raking in glory in the sporting arena.
NEW YEAR … NEW RECORDS…
The New Year knocked with applause at NCS Kochi, with its students raking in glory in the sporting arena.
In the ERNAKULAM DISTRICT CENTRAL SCHOOLS SPORTS MEET 2018, NCS Kochi gathered 8 medals. Showcasing an excellent feat at the Maharaja’s Ground track events, Rajkumar of Class VIII was adjudged the Best Athlete in the Under 14 category among scores of athletes competing in this prestigious Meet.
As our students gear up to appear for the 12th Board exams, it's the right time to guide them with exam preparation strategies and boost hheir confidence to choose the right career ahead.
FORAGE YOUR FORTUITY
" your positive action combined with the positive thinking result in success' - Shiv khera
Career guidance programmes develop an individual's competencies in self knowledge, educational and occupational exploration and career planning. As our students gear up to appear for the 12th Board exams, it's the right time to guide them with exam preparation strategies and boost hheir confidence to choose the right career ahead.
Dr Matilda P V, with her illustrious career graph and educational cognizance, enlightened the students with her talk on Study and Learning Habits. Ms Matilda has over three decades of experience in the department of collegiate education. Previously the HoD of Maths Dept at Maharaja's college and Vice Principal of Maharaja's college, Ernakulam, Ms Matilda encouraged the students to have a proper strategy of studying and to stay focussed to achieve their goals.
The second session entailed a detailed career guidance and study skills programme conducted by the reputed professional of Disha Learning. An Interactive session, it focussed on making the students critically analyse their potential thereby enabling them to choose a 'rewarding' career according to their calibre and interest.
Learning is fun and should be for every child. Having the right information at the right time can help students make better choice, be more motivated and strive to excel.
The outgoing students of twelfth standard were accorded a memorable and cherishable farewell in a function held at Sagarika today.
AU REVOIR DEAR CHILDREN..
The outgoing students of twelfth standard were accorded a memorable and cherishable farewell in a function held at Sagarika today. Reminiscing their days spent in the premises of NCS, the students gathered to bid goodbye to each other and promising to excel in the paths chosen by them. Principal Madam Dr Nellie Paul Verghese urged them to have a goal and strive hard to achieve it not fearing the impediments that are sure to come their way. Vice Principals also gave the batch XII counsel reminding them not to forget the values learnt at NCS. Vying for the coveted title of Mr and Ms NCS, the students set the stage ablaze with a ramp walk. Music and dance performances by the students of class XI energized the atmosphere.
The much-awaited result of the ramp walk and question answer session was announced. Samara Swaminathan was adjudged Ms Beautiful Smile, and Emil Sam Thomas, the Best Dressed. Fiona Joseph and Angad Singh were adjudged Ms And Mr. NCS respectively.
“We wish you a merry Christmas…”, “Dashing through the snow…”
JOY TO THE WORLD… ITS CHRISTMAS!!
Dashing through the snow into the portals of NCS Kochi was the spirit of Christmas spreading across joy and bliss. A wonderful skit depicted the birth of Jesus Christ with carols reverberated the beautiful message of Christmas. A special assembly of the tiny tots was held in the primary premises. “We wish you a merry Christmas…”, “Dashing through the snow…” filled the air with festivity.
Little Santa too made a grand entry and gave adorable poses to click. The delight was uncontained NCS fraternity together rejoiced as children. To quote Charles Dickens, ‘For it is good to be children sometimes and never better than at Christmas when it’s mighty founder was a child himself’.
Merry Chistmas and a Happy New Year …
Students of NCS Kochi have always brought laurels to the school participating in various inter school competitions. Here are a few of the commendations gathered by them
Students of NCS Kochi have always brought laurels to the school participating in various inter school competitions. Here are a few of the commendations gathered by them:
· Master Sameer Choudhary of Class VB participated in the Kerala State Roller Skating Championship held at Munnar and secured 3 Bronze medals. He also won 2 gold medals in the district championship. On the basis of his spectacular performance in the National and District Championships the District Roller Skating Association also honored him at Ernakulam.
· The All India Citizen Development Centre, Aurangabad has conducted an All India Drawing, Handwriting and Essay writing Competition. The following students were recognized with honours:
v Kala Ratna Award- Bhakti Dixit VIII D
v Kala Shri Award- Juvan Richard VD
v Vidya Bhushan Award – Dhruv VII D
v Best Teacher Award- Mr Jayakumar (Art Teacher)
· In the MUN for India conducted by Rajagiri Public school, Ayushi Ghosh of Class XI C and Aditya Pawsey of Class XI have been conferred with the Best Diplomacy Award.
NCS Kochi teachers and staff gathered for a picnic at Kumarakam on Saturday....
Sabbath for the Staff
Requiescene in the Serene Waters…
NCS Kochi teachers and staff gathered for a picnic at Kumarakam on Saturday. Relaxing from their hectic schedules and feverish days, the NCS Fraternity was treated with a serene boat ride in the tranquil waters of Kumarakom. This popular tourism destination located near the city of Kottayam is famous for its backwater tourism. It is set in the backdrop of the Vembanad Lake, the largest lake in the state of Kerala. Floating in sheer bliss as Kerala's traditional kettuvalloms or houseboats styled as per the norms of tradition yet equipped with every luxury and every modern amenity offered the opportunity to relax on the serene waters of the Lake Vembanad.
The picnic also served as a platform to enhance the conviviality that exists between the teachers and the staff recognizing the contributions of each member in the functioning of the institution. Songs, snacks and smiling faces made the journey a befitting recreation and a fun filled day.
NCS Kochi left an indelible mark creating new meet records and gathering bountiful medals in the MUNSHI MEET...
MEET RECORDS AND MORE
In the 35TH DR. K.M. MUNSHI MEMORIAL INTER SCHOOL ATHLETIC MEET 2017, NCS Kochi left an indelible mark creating new meet records and gathering bountiful medals. NCS K secured 4 medals: 2 gold, 1 silver and 1 bronze in the event held annually inviting athletes from CBSE schools from the state.
Raj Kumar of Class VIII created a New Meet Record in Shotput with 14.17 m beating the earlier record of 11.29 mtr. Raj Kumar also won the gold medal in discuss throw.
Nearly 2000 boys and girls from 50 schools participated in the two-day event organized by the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Kochi Kendra.
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically roleplay delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees.
KNOWING THE WORLD WE LIVE IN
Model United Nations, also known as Model UN or MUN, is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically roleplay delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. As a step to familiarize the students about the IIMUN and its relevance, a talk was held by Mr. Manan Parikh, Associate Director of IIMUN for the students of Classes VII, VIII and IX.
Indian International Model United Nations (IIMUN) is one of the World's largest education conference management brand having organized the World's Largest MUN Conference in Mumbai amongst many other conferences. Being a conference of the youth, for the youth, and by the youth, it is run completely by students in the age. The significance of the United Nations and MUN was discussed in details in the interactive session. Thousands of middle school, high school, and college students across the country and around the world participate in Model United Nations, which involves substantial researching, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, as well as critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.
Students learn about the world as they prepare for Model UN conferences, represent countries other than their own, and present possible solutions to global problems in committee. IIMUN conferences are opportunities to practice research, public speaking, teamwork, negotiation, and writing skills in a safe and structured environment.
The NCC wing of NCS Kochi, the very active and dynamic group, today added one more stride to its commitment towards humane service to nation.
A COMPASSIONATE COMMITMENT
The NCC wing of NCS Kochi, the very active and dynamic group, today added one more stride to its commitment towards humane service to nation. The NCS NCC wing visited an old age home at Thevara spreading the message of joy and delight in this season heralding Christmas.
The aim of the NCC is to develop character, discipline, leadership, the spirit of adventure and the ideals of selfless service among the youth of the Nation. NCS NCC wing has always taken keen interest in upholding these virtues and has enthusiastically participated in all activities that pertain to a strong nation building.
NCS Kochi observed Navy Day with much fervor and patriotism.....
NAVY DAY CELEBRATED AT Ncs KOCHI.
Ncs Kochi observed Navy Day with much fervor and patriotism. Indian Navy Day has been observed every year on December 4. Students of class IX put up a succinct and poignant show displaying the Indian Navy’s significant role in keeping our seas safe and secure. The melodious song Jai Jai Jai Bharati reverberated across the school as students joined in the singing. A Street Play depicting the various vessels of the Indian navy and its courageous act over the years in times of need was definitely delightful. Saluting the great heroes of Indian Navy, the students enlightened the audience how we the citizens feel protected with the Mighty Indian Navy guarding its motherland.
Indian Navy Day celebrates the courageous attack on the Karachi harbour held during the Indo-Pakistan war. Navy plays a significant role in securing the marine borders of the country. Today Indian Navy enhances the international relations of the country through the seaport visits, humanitarian missions, joint exercises, calamity relief and so on. There is always a pride in celebrating the role of the naval force, their magnificence and achievements to the country. The Navy Day in India commemorates the achievements and role of the navy, naval force, and navy officers of the country.
It was a proud moment for NCS Kochi when its NCC wing added one more feather to its cap...
A MOMENTOUS EXPERIENCE
It was a proud moment for NCS Kochi when its NCC wing added one more feather to its cap. Akshar P Nair of class IX of 7 K Naval Unit NCC successfully participated in IGC-RDC from 6th to 26th October 201 where cadets from different districts of Kerala and Lakshadweep undergo tough selection procedure. Akshar has been selected as the All Kerala Best Cadet J D Navy at Kerala Police Academy, Thrissur. He will represent Kerala and Lakshadweep Directorate at Delhi on 26th January 2018.
The 31st Annual Sports Day of Navy Children School, Kochi was held with great zest and fervor on 28th November at Command Stadium...
ATHLETIC FIESTA AT NAVY CHILDREN SCHOOL, KOCHI
"The moment of victory is much too short to live for that and nothing else,” said Martina Navratilova, tennis player.
The 31st Annual Athletic Meet of Navy Children School, Kochi was held with great zest and fervor on 28th November at Command Stadium, Naval Base. The Chief Guest of the day, Rear Admiral Rear Admiral Krishna Swaminathan VSM, Chief Staff Officer (Training) Southern Naval Command declared the meet open.
The Chief Guest congratulated the students for their tremendous display of sportsmanship and applauded the extraordinary and consistent achievements that the students have raked in over the year.R Adm Swaminathan in his address motivated the students to believe in their abilities and accentuated that what really counts is you have given your best to the task you have taken up.
Principal Dr Nellie Paul Verghese welcomed the august gathering and gave a brief account of the sporting and academic achievements of the academic year 2107-18.
The opening ceremony, an embellishing event, included splendid field displays, involving mass student participation, which splattered on the field, a riot of hues and vibrancy. The March past, a magnificent display of discipline, coordination and the impeccable synchronization of all the different squads of the various Houses, was followed by some fiercely contested athletic events.
This entailed the Prize Distribution Ceremony, where the Chief Guest gave away medals and trophies to the sports event winners.
Tagore House was adjudged the best in Co Curricular activities.
Bose House won the trophy in Overall Sports and Games.
Gandhi was the Best Swimming House and March Past.
The Overall Trophy for the best in Sports for the year 2017-18 was bagged by Gandhi House. The House wardens and House captains received the trophy from the chief guest.
The various individual champions in Swimming competitions under different categories were given medals. The Individual champions of athletic events from classes 1 to 12 were also awarded during the event.
Shravan Pradeep of Class 12 and Ishika Barak of class X were adjudged the best Sportspersons of the year 2107-18. Payal Singh of class XII was adjudged the best Sportsperson in the super senior category.
The closing ceremony was a visual treat, a multihued portrayal of the vivacious prowess of NCS Kochi. The Meet was declared closed by the Chief Guest and the School Flag was handed over to the Principal.
As a prelude to the Annual Sports Day to be held on 28th November various sporting events and competitions were conducted this week.
ANNUAL ATHLETIC MEET 2017
As a prelude to the Annual Athletics Meet to be held on 28th November various sporting events and competitions were conducted this week. The category wise competitions in race, shot put, javelin throw, long jump, high jump etc is being conducted with students participating enthusiastically. The winners of the competitions would be rewarded during the sports day.
NCS Kochi was again in celebration mood as its Taekwondo talents raked in glory for the school...
ITS TAEKWONDO ONCE AGAIN!!
NCS Kochi was again in celebration mood as its Taekwondo talents raked in glory for the school. In the 5th All Kerala CBSE Open Taekwondo Championships 2017-18 NCS Kochi bagged 9 gold medals, 3 silver and 6 bronze medals in different categories. The event held from 18th to 19th November 2017 was conducted by Mount Guide International School Peringathur, Thalassery, Kannur (Dt) in association with Kannur District Taekwondo Association under the aegis of Taekwondo Association of Kerala & Kerala State Sports Council. The tournament with participation from across the state was a tough platform where our players showcased their spirit and fortitude.
The medal winners:
VARUN K G,
In the RSC STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP, NCS Kochi Under 14 football team won the Runners Up position..
PASSION IN THE TURF
In the RSC STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP, NCS Kochi Under 14 football team won the Runners Up position. In the event that attracts strong players from across the state, NCS Under 14 team put up a sturdy competition. The team beat some of the better teams of the state to reach the finals under the able guidance of their Captain Dhanish, the ace player of NCS Kochi.
In the Mar Athanasius Championship, NCS Kochi has emerged Overall Second Runners Up.....
MAR ATHANASIUS CHAMPIONSHIP
In the Mar Athanasius Championship conducted by Mar Athanasius International School, Kothamangalam, NCS Kochi has emerged Overall Second Runners Up. This Sporting extravaganza held annually invites schools across the state to participate and compete with each other in U10, U14 and U18 categories in various sporting events. The dynamic students of NCS Kochi displayed their talents in diverse sports winning the hard-earned position.
In the Swimming tournament the spectacular swimmers of NCS Kochi bagged the runners up position with an enviable 16 medals. This included 5 gold, 4 silver and 7 bronze medals. They received a cash prize of Rs 5000/-.
In Badminton, Aman Hussain bagged the Runners up title with a cash prize of Rs 5000/-.
In Shooting event our stunning shooters won the Runners up prize receiving a cash prize of Rs 5ooo/-.
The three day event saw a tough competition among students from various CBSE and ICSE schools across the state where only the best emerged winners. NCS Kochi received a cash prize of Rs 25000/- for their exemplary achievement.
NCS K Volleyball team showcased an excellent feat reaching the semi finals.....
VOLLEY BALL ACHIEVEMENT
In the SNVP Volleyball Tournament held at SNVP School Tripunithra on 16th and 17th of November, the NCS K Volleyball team showcased an excellent feat reaching the semi finals. Aditya S of Class VII was awarded the Best Promising Player Award in the Under 14 category. Ken Joseph of Class XII won the Best Promising Player Award in the Under 19 category.
NCS Kochi joined the nation as it celebrated Children’s Day that marks the birth anniversary of Pt Jawaharlal Nehru.....
CELEBRATING CHILDHOOD- BAL DIWAS
NCS Kochi joined the nation as it celebrated Children’s Day that marks the birth anniversary of Pt Jawahar lal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of India. Jawaharlal Nehru, who was fondly called Chacha Nehru or simply Chachaji, was known for his love for children. Pt Nehru once said "The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country". And giving a treat to the young buds of NCS Kochi were their beloved teachers.
The PRIMARY Wing of NCS Kochi also was jubilant with the celebrations. The tiny tots were in for a pleasant treat with their beloved teachers putting up a colourful show for them. A delightful song and a wonderful dance performance thrilled the students. A skit that reflected days filled with excitement of each child in school just filled the atmosphere with laughter and merriment. Head Mistress madam and Principal Madam inspired the young students with their thoughts encouraging them to fulfill the vision of our great Prime Minister Pt Nehru.
A special assembly was put up by the teachers that included a variety of programmes by the different vibrant departments. With the English teachers at the helm of the show, the Social Science department spread the message of Unity in Diversity through a fashion show and the Science teachers proved the scientific benefits of melodious music. A vivacious dance by the Hindi vibhag energized the atmosphere and solving all problems of human ignorance were the Mathematics teachers. Chachaji inspired the students with his words of wisdom.
A special note of recognition was accorded to the gifted Pranav S of Class VII by Principal Dr Nellie Paul Verghese on this joyous occasion, as our appreciation of his determination and resolve to battle all odds and emerge victorious in life.
The Children's day was celebrated with acknowledgement of all the students who scored CGPA 10 in AISSE 2016
RECOGNIZING THE FUTURE OF THE NATION
The Children's day was celebrated by the acknowledgement of all the students who scored CGPA 10 in AISSCE 2016. Madam Principal presented them with a Certificate of Merit and a memento. The students who scored the highest marks in the Half Yearly .
Examination from Classes VI to XII were also credited with a gift of appreciation.
The Annual Principals’ Conference of the Academic and Administrative heads of 11 Navy Children Schools across the country was held at Kochi on 7, 8 and 9 November, 2017... ....
Annual NES Conference – A Forum for Edifying Discourse
The Annual Principals’ Conference of the Academic and Administrative heads of 11 Navy Children Schools across the country was held at Kochi on 7, 8 and 9 November, 2017. The three day brainstorming session witnessed austere academicians from around the country sharing their ideas and working hand in hand towards the betterment of the student community.
The Conference, held annually under the auspices of Naval Education Society, motivates moral leadership, highlighting the role of education and re-establishing the status of the teaching profession by influencing positive attitude change. The conference brings together a core group of learned faculty and provides a platform for the exchange of novel and path breaking ideas. The distinguished dignitaries took time off their busy schedule to visit NCS Kochi.
It was indeed a prideful moment to have eminent educationists from the sister concerns to grace the school with their august presence. The students of NCS Kochi had the rare opportunity to interact with the visiting team of academicians. They spent time with the dignitaries, conversing with them on numerous issues that concern them and the academic milieu.
In the CBSE National Taekwondo Championship, the Taekwondo experts from NCS Kochi brought laurels for the school.
TRIUMPH IN TAEKWONDO
In the CBSE National Taekwondo Championship, the Taekwondo experts from NCS Kochi brought laurels for the school. The championship held at Delhi Public School, Kalinga, Cuttack, Odisha from Nov 2-Nov 4, 2017.
Shravan Pradeep and sooraj S Nair of class XII won Bronze medals competing against the best from the country. Varun K G and Manoj M from class XII won fourth position. The students had qualified for the finals after a tough comeptition in the south zone tournament held in October.
In the CBSE Cluster XI Athletics NCS Kochi secures medals with a new meet record in shotput...
ALL KERALA CBSE CLUSTER X AND XI ATHLETICS CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
All Kerala CBSE Cluster X & XI Athletics championship 2017 was held at Pala Muncipal Stadium, Pala, Kottayam from 26th to 29th 2017. Around 2500 athletes participated in the meet.
No of Medals achieved
1 GOLD with New Meet Record in Shot put
Qualified for the National meet
1 SILVER in 800m
Qualified for the National meet
The proficient swimmers of NCS K won laurels for the school as they bagged the second runners up position in the Rajagiri Swimming Competition
SURGING TO SUCCESS
The proficient swimmers of NCS K won laurels for the school as they bagged the second runners up position in the Rajagiri Swimming Competition held at Rajagiri Academy. Winning 13 medals in total, including 2 gold , 5 silver, and 6 bronze medals, the students once again proved that they can swim against tough tides. The team included students from V to XII.
No of medals achieved
1 silver, 1 bronze
The primary wing of NCS K displayed an excellent show on occasion of the 61st birth anniversary of Kerala.
CELEBRATING KERALA PIRAVI
The primary wing of NCS K displayed an excellent show on occasion of the 61st birth anniversary of Kerala. The day also known as Kerala Piravi, is observed on November 1st as the State of Kerala was formed in 1956 this day by integrating the erstwhile Malabar, under the British rule during the colonial era, with the princely states of Travancore and Cochin.
The tiny tots of the primary showcased the magnificient history of the God’s Own Country through a dance drama. The mythology of the creation of Kerala by Parasurama, the sixth incarnation of Mahavishnu who flung his "Mazhu" (a weapon) from Kanyakumari to the sea and the sea receding to create the land Keralam was enacted. Violin recital and songs filled the atmosphere with joy. The land of Ayurveda, with its multi cuisine culture and the natural beauty attracts tourists all year round. This was presented delightfully by the students.
The NCS team won the CBSE Cluster XI Football Tournament defeating Bhavans Varuna Vidyalaya in a nail-biting finish.
NCS K LIFTS THE COVETED TROPHY!!
The NCS team won the CBSE Cluster XI Football Tournament defeating Bhavans Varuna Vidyalaya in a nail-biting finish. The event held at Ambedkar Stadium Ernakulam, witnessed the zealous young team playing with detemination and resolute team spirit scoring a winning 3-2 against their strong opponents..
Adding to the celebration was the announcement of Dhanish, the charismatic and dynamic player of NCS team bagging the Player of the Tournament Award.
The team also qualifies for the national finals to be held in UP later in the year.
It was a moment of extreme joy when the students of NCS K visited Sankalp School. Naval Base.
EDUCATION IN COMPASSION AND EMPATHY
It was a moment of extreme joy when the students of NCS K visited Sankalp School. Naval Base. The Sankalp School caters to the needs of the special children giving them wings according to their capabilities. The NCS students interacted and put up a memorable performance. An invocation to Lord Ganesha through a violin reciatal by Sanjay of class III filled the atmosphere with serenity. A bharatnatyam performance and songs by the students of Primary and Secondary with the students of Sankalp joining in added to the delight. As a token of our love and commendation gifts were distributed by the Principal Dr Nellie Paul Verghese. The Principal of Sankalp Ms Babita Nair shared her experiences on the occasion. Ms Anuradha Pawsey, Jagriti Coordinator, presided over the function.
The students thoroughly enjoyed the few hours spent at Sankalp as part of the NCS commitment towards inculcating compassion in its students a necessity in today’s world
The human mind is a powerful weapon, when you fill it with positive thoughts, your life will start to change.
WORDS OF WISDOM
The human mind is a powerful weapon, when you fill it with positive thoughts, your life will start to change. The students of classes X to XII had the exceptional privilege and honour to listen to the eloquent and inspiring words of wisdom of Rear Admiral Krishna Swaminathan VSM. The motivational talk held at Sagarika inspired the youngsters to utilize their potential to the best of their ability. The world is replete with opportunities. It’s up to us to discover the hidden talents and make the best use of the prospects available. Principal Dr Nellie Paul Verghese graced the occasion by her presence.
NCC wing of NCS Kochi took initiative to clean up their surroundings conveying a strong message of hygiene and our responsibility towards our motherland
SWACHTA KI SEVA- DESH KI SEVA
Contributing to the nationwide movement of Swatchh Bharat Abhiyan, NCC wing of NCS Kochi took initiative to clean up their surroundings conveying a strong message of hygiene and our responsibility towards our motherland. The project was undertaken by 45 cadets of NCC wing of NCS Kochi, as part of the Swatchta Ki Abhiyan venture proposed by the Govt of India to encourage and inculcate values of cleanliness and sanitation around. They picked plastics and paper thrown away on roads and footpath near Naval Base thereby showing the path of conscientiousness to every citizen of India.
In the Kerala State CBSE Kalotsavam, the talented musicians of NCS Kochi bagged the second runners up position
In the Kerala State CBSE Kalotsavam, the talented musicians of NCS Kochi bagged the second runners up position. The youth festival organised by the Kerala CBSE Sahodaya Schools Complex features several art competitions for students of different age group from CBSE Schools in the state.
The Musical Band comprising Parthav Ramesh, Mehak Jetley, Bhavani, Aditya Powai, John Johnson, Deepak Sathish and Nyles George competed with nine other schools from the city to win the position.
The various other winners in different categories held on 21st and 28th oct are:
VERSIFICATION - ENGLISH
ESSAY WRITING - HINDI
STORY WRITING - HINDI
S AALIYAAH FATIMA
VERSIFICATION - HINDI
KEERTHANA P V
ELOCUTION - ENGLISH
RECITATION - HINDI
RECITATION - HINDI
EXTEMPORE - HINDI
RECITATION - ENGLISH
ARATHI P NAIR
|ESSAY WRITING (ENGLISH)||TEESTA MOHAN||II PRIZE|
|COLLAGE MAKING||KEERTHIKA S||I PRIZE|
The annual Explo Festo exhibition unfurled the multi faceted myriad of talents and skill of the young learners of NCS K.
EXPLOSION OF TALENT- EXPLO FESTO 2017
The annual Explo Festo exhibition unfurled the multi faceted myriad of talents and skill of the young learners of NCS K. The exhibition was inaugurated by the Principal, Dr. Nellie Paul Verghese. The various exhibits in the field of Science, Math, Languages, Social Science, Computer and Art and Craft showcased the brilliance of the students of NCS (K) and provided them with a platform to explore and visualize their knowledge in various arenas of their interest. A book fair was also held attracting scores of book lovers from all age group.
The Diwali festival that jubilates the victory of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance also known as the festival of lights, was celebrated with much joy and fervor at NCS Kochi.
Inspiring camaraderie in the festival of light
The Diwali festival that jubilates the victory of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance also known as the festival of lights, was celebrated with much joy and fervor at NCS Kochi. The event organized by the students of class VIII was seasoned with skit, dance and song. The skit “Lets celebrate Green Diwali” inspired the students to observe this beautiful day avoiding crackers that pollute the environment. Happy diwali reverberated the air with a melodious song. A dance drama recreating the myth and history associated with Diwali was also staged by the students.
Adding to the joy of the occasion, students from St. Peter’s Higher Secondary School, Kadairippu honoured the event with their presence as part of the Student exchange programme. The guests for the day spent a full day at the Southern Naval Command beginning with the school assembly. Students of NCS Kochi took lead in entertaining the team with various games and a fun quiz named “Hand of friendship.. a quizzing bout”.
The Primary Wing of the school also participated in this festival with an excellent show put up by the students of class II. A dance drama enacting the life of Shri Ram and his victory over the demon king Ravana was enacted delightfully by the tiny tots. Dancing to the beats of dhol na, the children spread joy and bliss across, which is the essence of Diwali.
NCS(K) played host to 20 students of St. Peter’s Higher Secondary school, Kolenchery in the first of its kind student exchange program held on 17 October 2017
ST. PETER’S CALLS IN ON NCS
Navy Children School, Kochi played host to 20 students of St. Peter’s Higher Secondary school, Kadairippu, Kolenchery in the first of its kind student exchange program held on 17 October 2017. Initiated as an endeavor to acclimatize students to the Indian Navy and its allied activities, the program opened to the novitiates, a plethora of opportunities to explore uncharted waters. The participants who spent a full day at the Southern Naval Command, visited various naval establishments including INS Sarvekshak, India’s first and only solar powered hydrographic survey ship, equipped with a range of surveying, navigational, and communication systems. The students also visited the Maritime Museum, Kochi which highlights Indian Navy's share of glory including details of the Goa liberation, Indo-Pak conflicts of 1965 and 1971, Operation Cactus, Operation Pawan and the strategic maneuvers during the Kargil war. The Naval Aircraft Yard, which has excelled in indigenously fabricating aviation spares concerning various naval aircrafts, was yet another destination for the visiting team of students.
Students of NCS, Kochi took lead in entertaining the team calling in at the Naval Base with various games and a cultural extravaganza. The program also saw the students from both the schools, celebrating the festival of light, Diwali with great joy and fervour.
At NCS Kochi also this day was celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm.
HINDI DIWAS CELEBRATED
Hindi Diwas is an annual observance in India which is a celebration of the Hindi language. Celebrated on September 14 every year, Hindi Divas is an annual day celebration mostly sponsored by the central government of India. The celebration of Hindi Diwas first began in 1949 when the Constituent Assembly of India had adopted Hindi written in Devanagari script as the official language of the Republic of India on September 14.
At NCS Kochi also this day was celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm. Week long celebrations interspersed with various interesting competitions were held in the school. The competitions included shabdkosh, poetry writing and translation. A special assembly was organized by the students with kavi sammelan, Hindi news and a melodious song. The prizes of various prizes won by the students in the competitions were also distributed during the function
In the prestigious C I Cherian Memorial 16th Toc H Debate competition, NCS bagged the Ever Rolling Trophy the second consecutive year.
In the prestigious C I Cherian Memorial 16th Toc H Debate competition, NCS bagged the Ever Rolling Trophy the second consecutive year. The articulate debaters Aarti P Nair and Krishnendu Nambiar of Class XI overwhelmed scores of prominent speakers from various schools to receive the coveted trophy. Aarti P Nair was also adjudged the best speaker for the motion compellingly opining her views on the topic “Security cameras are a threat to privacy”.
Measles Rubella vaccination campaign was conducted in collaboration with SHO,Southern Naval command at Navy Children School ,Kochi.
MEASLES RUBELLA VACCINATION CAMPAIGN
Measles Rubella vaccination campaign was conducted in collaboration with SHO,Southern Naval command at Navy Children School ,Kochi. A parents orientation was held on 10 October 2017 to make parents aware about the Measles Rubella vaccination.The campaign was inaugurated by Rear Admiral Vishwanath G and Principal , Navy Children School ,Kochi at NCS (Primary wing).It is our endeavour to eradicate Measles Rubella .
NCS Kochi won the runners up trophy in the TCS IT Quiz Kerala and Coimbatore Region held at Gokulam Convention Centre, Kaloor.
TCS IT WIZ QUIZ
Arjun Sunil and Nandu Krishnan secured the Runner Up position in the TCS IT Wiz Quiz-2017 held at Gokulam comvention centre, Kaloor. More that 1300 students participated from various schools in Kerala and Coimbatore region. In the Finals they competed with the 5 schools who emerged finalists.
NCS power blasters bagged the Overall Championship in the South Zone Taekwondo Championship 2017
TAEKWONDO TRIUMPH!!-OVERALL CHAMPION
NCS power blasters bagged the Overall Championship in the South Zone Taekwondo Championship 2017 held at Chetinad Public School, Karikudi, Maduri, Tamil Nadu. The championship held from 4th October to 7th October witnessed the young players adroitly competing with their opponents and emerging victors.
The students who have been extensively coached in this Korean art of unarmed self-defense persevered with amazing skill and NCS bagged 2 gold, 6 silver and 2 bronze medals. Eight students also qualified for Nationals which will be held at Orissa.
Shravan Pradeep was adjudged as the best player among 1500 students who competed in the Championship.
The expert team of shooters from NCS won one gold, one silver, one bronze and bagged the fourth position.
CBSE SOUTH ZONE SHOOTING CHAMPIONSHIP
In the CBSE South Zone Shooting Championship held at Samalkot, Andhra Pradesh, the expert team of shooters from NCS bagged one gold, one silver, one bronze and bagged the fourth position.
In the CBSE Cluster XI Table Tennis Championship, held at Rajagiri Public School NCS Girls team won the Second Runners Up position.
In the CBSE Cluster XI Table Tennis Championship, held at Rajagiri Public School, Kalamassery, Keerthana Nair of class XI won the individual third position.
The proficient girls team comprising Keerthana Nair, Mehal Jetley, Shristi, and Rose Jay won the Second Runners Up position.
NCS team secured the Second Runners Up Trophy in the District Mini Marathon....
RACING TO GLORY
In the Inter School Cross Country Championship hosted by Jyothy Nivas Public School, Aluva, NCS team secured the Second Runners Up Trophy. The team wins a cash prize of Rs 3000/- and certificates and the illustrious trophy.
The event was organized to mark the commencement of year-long Silver Jubilee Celebrations of the school.
The championship invited the young athletes from schools in and around Kochi to prove their endurance, speed, strength, skill and spirit and covered a distance of 6 kilometers.
NCS Kochi bagged one gold and three bronze medals at the CBSE South Zone Swimming Championship
NCS Kochi bagged one gold and three bronze medals at the CBSE South Zone Swimming Championship held at Kamptee, Nagpur from 18th to 20th September 2017. The championship witnesses a tough competition with talented swimmers from many CBSE Schools display their best feats.
Ishika Barak, the ace swimmer of NCS Kochi, one again proved her mettle as she qualified for CBSE National Championship to be held at Rohtak in Haryana after procuring the gold medal.
In today’s world, with the myriad of opportunities and prospects available to a youngster , choosing the right career according to one’s talent and interest becomes a herculean task
CAREER GUIDANCE SESSION
In today’s world, with the myriad of opportunities and prospects available to a youngster , choosing the right career according to one’s talent and interest becomes a herculean task. In such a scenario, seeking the help of an experienced and qualified career counselor becomes crucial who can assist in discovering one’s potential and aptitude and accordingly suggest the right course.
With this aim, NCS Kochi organized a career counseling session for the students of classes XI and XII, conducted by Retd Colonel Boban Kurien, an ex army officer with immense industry and training experience. The interactive session focused on equipping oneself with the indispensable qualities that today’s highly competitive world demands. Facing interviews, group discussions, acquiring knowledge through newspaper reading etc were dealt with in the enriching seminar.
Navy children school Kochi organized a cleanliness drive as a part of the Swach Bharath Pakhwada.
SWACH BHARATH- SWACHCHTA PAKHWADA 2017
Cleanliness is next to godliness. Navy children school Kochi organized a cleanliness drive as a part of the Swach Bharath Pakhwada. The students enthusiastically and industriously cleaned the various areas of the school including class rooms and the premises. Necessary precautions were taken with the students using gloves and masks to ensure safe cleaning. The occasion was a great learning experience for the students enabling them to have a better understanding on importance of safe and healthy living.
Shramdhan for the Primary school was conducted on Wednesday 20-09-2017 by the students of class IV.The students along with the teachers cleaned the premises of the school.They were allotted areas according to their section. They were briefed about the importance of cleanliness and the Swatch Bharat programme. The students enjoyed the team work and took part in shramdhan with enthusiasm.
Navy Children School, Kochi was visited by Cmde J Chandna, CSO P& A and Vice Chairman Sandeep Chakravarthy on 19th Sept.
VISIT BY CSO P&A
Navy Children School, Kochi was visited by Cmde J Chandna, CSO P& A and Vice Chairman Sandeep Chakravarthy on 19th Sept. The visit aimed at observing the efficacious functioning as well as effective safeguarding of the school campus. The school is a place of learning not only of academic subjects but also a haven of character building. Inculcating the right values and encouraging the students to make cleanliness and hygiene a custom was the main aim of the visitation.
The Annual Training Camp 2017 of NCC was organized by the 7 Kerala Naval Unit NCC at Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Thripunithra from 1st to 10th September 2017
MOULDING A STRONG NATIONHOOD
The NCC wing of NCS Kochi is a very active and dynamic group allows the cadets to explore the life of defence personnels. The aim of the NCC is to develop character, discipline, leadership, the spirit of adventure and the ideals of selfless service among the youth of the Nation. The Motto of NCC is “Unity and discipline”. Unity means the oneness, irrespective of the caste, color or creed. Discipline is the basic quality needed for all the youth of this Nation
The Annual Training Camp 2017 of NCC was organized by the 7 Kerala Naval Unit NCC at Chinmaya Vidyalaya, Thripunithra from 1st to 10th September 2017. 25 cadets from NCS Kochi participated in this camp which is a vigorous training session where 600 cadets from three districts viz. Alleppey, Ernakulam and Thrissur district schools and colleges participated.
The 10 day training programme included Parade training, workshops, Swatchh bharat Rally, hospital cleaning, orphanage and old age home visits, talks by experts on topics such as cyber crime and disaster management, first aid and naval subjects. Various competitions were also a part of the camp to inculcate the feeling of unity and camaraderie amongst cadets. NCS K team won the following prizes:
POOKALAM COMPETITION WAS HELD AT NCSK IN CONNECTION WITH THE ONAM CELEBRATIONS
CRAFTING EXQUISITENESS WITH FLOWERS..
IN THE POOKALAM COMPETITION HELD IN CONNECTION WITH THE ONAM CELEBRATIONS AT NCS K, ALL THE FOUR HOUSES PUT UP A BRILLIANT DISPLAY OF TALENT AND CREATIVITY. THE FOUR HOUSES LEAD BY THEIR HOUSE WARDENS AND HOUDE LEADER SHOWCASED MARVELLOUS FLOWER CARPET BRINGING IN THE ONAM FESTIVITY TO ITS FULLEST. THE DESERVING ACHIEVERS OF THE COMPETITON ARE:
The Annual General Meeting of the PTA, was held at Sagarika on 7th September, 2017
The Annual General Meeting of the PTA, was held at Sagarika on 7th September, 2017. The Chief Guest of the day, PTA President Cmde Anil Jose Joseph, VSM, in his address reiterated the importance of a healthy and amicable atmosphere where the parents and school work together for the welfare of the children. The brilliant achievers of AISSCE 2017 , the subject toppers and all A1 merit holders were felicitated during the event.. The new members of the PTA executive committee were elected. Principal Dr Nellie Paul Verghese in her address also expressed her optimism in a strong PTA that would work towards the betterment of this premiere institution.
Teachers day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and reverence at NCS Kochi to honour and appreciate the teachers who shape young minds and thereby the future of a country.
PAEAN TO THE NOBLEST OF PROFESSIONS
Teachers day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and reverence at NCS Kochi to honour and appreciate the teachers who shape young minds and thereby the future of a country. September 5 which is the birthday of a great teacher, philosopher and statesman, Dr Sarvapalli Radhakrishnan, is the day when students get an opportunity to appreciate the hard work and endeavor of their teachers.
The day began with the students of class XII donning the mantle of teachers for the day and showcasing a wonderful performance for their beloved teachers. Soulful Music engulfed everyone followed by a graceful dance performance by the students. The students of class XII reminisced about each teacher who has left an indelible mark on their lives. The school campus was gripped with fervour as the students made the day a memorable experience for the teachers.
In the afternoon session, the teachers were treated with an exciting movie. PTA President, Cmde Anil Jose Joseph addressed the teachers on this remarkable day reinstating the significance of a teacher in a child’s life, influencing his thoughts and value system. Madam Principal, Dr Nellie Paul Verghese quoted Dr Radhakrishnan entailing the teachers to maintain the sanctity of this noble profession and to work towards building a strong edifice.
The festival of onam was celebrated with great enthusiasm and gusto at NCS Kochi.
The festival of onam was celebrated with great enthusiasm and gusto at NCS Kochi. The day marking the homecoming of the legendary king Mahabali visiting his beloved people was enacted by the students of class VII. The legend of King Mahabali and Vamana was enacted exquisitely with the thiruvathirakali and pulikali adding to the beauty of the performances. The days that encouraged positivity and camaraderie among its people were reminisced during the song sung by the students.. Maveli naadu vaneedum kaalam
A mock fire and evacuation drill involving students and fire fighters was conducted at Navy Children School on tuesday, 29th August to create awareness among the student community of fire fighting techniques and the ways to respond swiftly in times of such emergency situation.
MOCK DRILL CONDUCTED
A mock fire and evacuation drill involving students and fire fighters was conducted at Navy Children School on tuesday, 29th August to create awareness among the student community of fire fighting techniques and the ways to respond swiftly in times of such emergency situation.
A group of fire fighters from Fire Station INS Venduruthy, headed by Mr Panicker, armed with necessary paraphernalia required for fire fighting and rescue operations positioned themselves at vantage points to guide and assist the students in the mock fire and evacuation drill.
The “evacuation” operation began moments after the fire alarm team alerted the students about “fire” in the building. The students were immediately evacuated from their classrooms and asked to gather at the ship area.
The fire fighters explained and demonstrated different improvised methods being followed by them to rescue and evacuate people caught in such emergency situation besides explaining the ways to operate the fire extinguishers safely. A live demonstration of fire extinguishing procedure was also held.
Capt P J Singh, Senior Staff Officer, Education, HQSNC and Director, NCS, Kochi, was the chief guest for the occasion. Capt Singh conferred the appointees with their coat of arms and congratulated them for their accomplishment. Headmistress, Ms Padmaja Premnath administered the oath to the new appointees.
SCHOOL PREFECTURAL COUNCIL INVESTED AT NCS KOCHI
Capt P J Singh, Senior Staff Officer, Education, HQSNC and Director, NCS,
Kochi, was the chief guest for the occasion. Capt Singh conferred the
appointees with their coat of arms and congratulated them for their
accomplishment. Headmistress, Ms Padmaja Premnath administered the oath
to the new appointees.
Mahadev K Nair and Arya Verma were appointed head boy and head girl along
with 29 other appointees. It was a solemn occasion where the young students
were all prepared to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the
responsibilities entrusted upon them by the school. Principal Dr Nellie
The much anticipated Inter house Dance and Drama competition was held on 22nd August, 2017 at Saagarika.
The inter house dance competition was a memerizing feat with all four houses displying impressive rhythemic blend of music and dance. Gandhi house was declared the champion and Bose House the runners up.
Once again its celebration time as NCS K bags prizes at the prestigious AL Ameen Freedom Quest.
once again its celebration time as NCS K bags prizes at the prestigious AL Ameen Freedom Quest.
IN THE PATRIOTIC SONG COMPETITION, THE TINY TOTS OF NCS K WON THE RUNNERS UP PRIZE.
IN THE DECLAMATION COMPETITON, SAMPADA PATHEK OF 3RD WON THE THIRD PRIZE .
ARPITA AND SAMBHAV SINGH OF CLASS VIII BAGGED THE THIRD PRIZE IN DOCUMENTARY SECTION.
SCHOOL PREFECTURAL COUNCIL INVESTED AT NCS KOCHI
SCHOOL PREFECTURAL COUNCIL INVESTED AT NCS KOCHI
The newly designated leaders of the Students Prefectural Council of Navy Children School, Kochi were bequeathed with authority at the ceremonial investiture held on 23 August 2017.RAdm R B Nadkarni, Chief of Staff, Southern Naval Command and Chairman, NCS, Kochi, the chief guest for the occasion, conferred the appointees with their coat of arms and congratulated them for their achievement.
Welcoming the gathering, Dr. Nellie Paul Verghese, spoke on the import of candor and honor in their journey towards victory. Emil Sam Thomas and Fiona Joseph were appointed head boy and head girl along with 30 other appointees.
In the Toc H public speaking competition, Krishnendu Nambiar secured third position in the Persuasive speech.
IN THE TOC H PUBLIC SPEAKING COMPETITION, KRISHNENDU NAMBIAR SECURED THIRD POSITION IN THE PERSUASIVE SPEECH CATEGORY BEATING COMPETITIVE ORATORS ACROSS THE CITY. OPINING HER VIEWS ON THE ISSUE OF TRANSGENDERS IN THE CITY , KRISHNENDU STRONGLY CONTESTED FOR THEIR RIGHTS AND THE RIGHT TO LIVE WITH DIGNITY IN THIS FREE LAND OF OURS.
71ST INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATED
Janmashtami festival was celebrated with great zeal and pomp
JANMASHTAMI CELEBRATED AT NCS K
Janmashtami festival was celebrated with great zeal and pomp by the vibrant students of NCS K. A special assembly was conducted to mark the birth of the deity. Children celebrated the occasion by singing about the young wonder's mischief and a dance drama enacting the various avatars of Lord Vishnu.
The primary wing also celebrated the day with enthusiasm with little Krishnas and Radhas dancing and enacting the life of Lord krishna
ERNAKULAM DISTRICT AQUATIC CHAMPIONSHIP 2017
IN THE ERNAKULAM DISTRICT AQUATIC CHAMPIONSHIP 2017 held at MTMHSS swimming pool, NCS K bagged the OVERALL RUNNERS UP trophy and thr Runners up trophy in the women's category.
REMINISCENCING J K ROWLING AND POTTERMANIA
SECURING THE RUNNERS UP TROPHY
AT THE ANNUAL TABLE TENNIS COMPETITION CONDUCTED BY VIDYODAYA SCHOOL THEVAKKAL, NCS K STUDENTS BAGGED THE RUNNERS UP TROPHY
32ND SCHOOL RAISING DAY CELEBRATED
A DAY IN INS JAMUNA
ANNUAL NES WORKSHOP HELD AT NCS K
CREATING AWARENESS FOR A BETTER FUTURE
A seminar was held for the students of 9th to 12th at Sagarika in July creating an awareness about the world around them.