Under 14 girls team of NHVPS, Deshna M Vanshika of 7th std, Adithi Purushotham of 5th std & Nityaanagha of 7th std won bronze in the CBSE cluster 8 Table Tennis tournament held at Jain Heritage School, Belgaum. Under 19 boys Table Tennis team, Aditya A Iyer of 11th Std, P Surya prasad Bhat of 8th Std, P Arjun Prasad Bhat of 7th std & Siddanth K Jain of 8th std – won bronze and P Surya prasad Bhat of 8th Std won First Prize and got selected for Nationals that is going to be held in November this year. Deshna M Vanshika of class 7th won bronze in Table Tennis Singles.
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XI and XII Science students visited GPS Institute of Agriculture as a part of their field trip. They had a hands on experience on various methods of agriculture and animal husbandry which was explained to them by the teachers and the manager on the farm.
Shihan Suresh Kenichira, Karate Head Coach-NHVPS served as a Referee at the World Karate & Kobudo Championship held from 1st to 8th of August 2018 in Okinawa, Japan. This tournament was organised by Okinawan Prefecture Government. He was one among the four Referees in the entire country and the only person representing Karnataka state.
Independence Day Celebration at National Hill View Public School, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Bengaluru.
India’s 72nd Independence day was celebrated at National Hill View Public School with great zeal and enthusiasm. Mr. Venkatappa, Additional Trustee Secretary, National Education Foundation, who was the chief guest, hoisted the flag and took the salute at the colourful parade by the entire school. The students marched in contingents in their respective house colour uniform to the beats of drum and the band in unison. The chief guest spoke about significance of the day and appealed to students to hold on to our value system and inculcate self- discipline. Mr. Lepaksha, Trustee Secretary and Ms. Aisshwarya DKS, Trustee Secretary, Schools, graced the occasion. The Principal, Mrs. Anita Vinodkumar administered the oath of office to the School Captain, Neha Vasist, Vice- Captain, Jananii Govindraj, Sports Captain, Jeevan Raju G, Student Council Secretaries, Cultural Secretary, the House Captains and Vice-Captains. The Principal stressed on the importance of discipline and urged students to do their part to put India on map of the world. Students paid tribute to the nation through a vibrant cultural programme. Energetic dance numbers and melodious patriotic renditions by students paid fitting tribute to our soldiers and freedom fighters. A dance drama by the tiny-tots of primary section touched everyone’s hearts. The tableau by middle school showcased the most memorable moments of our freedom struggle namely – the Swadeshi Movement, Dandi March and so on. The programme concluded with a dance performance by the high school students, adding to patriotic fervour and the school premises echoed the school song rendered before dispersal.
Students participated in a week long celebration for Independence day 2018 through speeches, theme dance, songs, skit and more. Among these, guest lecture and interaction by Major Raghavendra C, personnel of Indian Army was especially noteworthy. While rekindling his memory on various aspects of protecting the country from a Soldier’s perspective, he also emphasised on how the civilians can help in keeping the nation strong from within. After the speech, he also interacted with faculty and students where he also penned down handwritten thoughts to a few in the school.
On 8th and 9th of August, NHVPS participated in Inter-school tennis tournament was hosted by Delhi Public School, North (DPSN). Both Girls and Boys team from NHVPS secured the runners up place in table tennis. Also, the Boys lawn tennis team won the second place as well.
For the first time in the history of the JK Tyre FMSCI National Racing Championship, there will be an all-women’s racing team. Of the 60 women who participated in the talent hunt, six women were chosen and one of them is – 16-year-old Hansuja C, Student of Class XI, National Hill View Public School. Hansuja is also the youngest contestant.
Mrs Rama Ranganathan who served the institute as an able leader for 17 academic years was felicitated by the Management, Chairman Sri D K Shivakumar, Sri C Gangadhar Murthy, Sri S Lepaksha, Sri K Srinivas, Sri Venkatappa, Sri D K Suresh. Invitees from Institutes under National Education Foundation were invited to the ceremony. Also, the senior faculty who completed their service this academic were also part of this thanksgiving.