A two day dental camp was organized at Jodhamal Public School, ChanniHimmat, Jammu. The camp was conducted under the supervision of Dr. UmangJamwal. She has been a distinction holder and been awarded by the Hon’ble Health Minister of Himachal Pradesh, Sh. RajveerBindal.

The event covered a presentation lecture on various aspects of dental problems and hygiene. During the event, free sample kit were provided to the student to spread awareness across society.



Jodhamal Public School celebrated Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony with great fervour and gaiety. Mrs Sarla Kohli, retired Principal of GGM Science College was the Chief Guest while Mrs. Rohini Aima, Principal cum Vice Chairperson of Jammu Sanskrit School and Dr. Renu gupta, Principal Army Public School Damana were the guest of honour at the occasion.

The program began with traditional lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest, Trustee Mr. Nandan kuthiala, Director Mrs. Arati kuthiala, Dr. Renu Gupta & Mrs. Rohini Aima, thereafter Principal Mr. Trilok Singh Bist extended a warm welcome to all the guests and parents. He congratulated all the kids and wished them best for the future endeavour. Mr Bist said that the management is looking forward for the better prospects for each child entering the portals of Jodhamal and aiming at greater height.

The day witnessed various cultural programs with an innovative theme right from pre nursery to UKG. Like Shiv Tandav performed UKG opals and GOA’N dance from UKG rubies and SUFI dance from UKG corals, SALSA from prenursery, JAZZ from LKG and skating being the main event which stole the show! In addition a spectacular performance was given by Koustabh and Suryansh performing dhol and tabla which was praised by one and all.

Later, Mrs. Neetu Johri, co-ordinator pre primary wing presented the annual report, showing accolades and laurels notched by the students. Kindergarten is the first experience in schooling where the child moves from his mothers loving lap into the fond hands of the teacher. The proud parents of the students were present to witness the ceremony when their little darlings wore the graduation caps and gowns and held their graduation scrolls firmly in their hands.

The graduation ceremony was indeed a true culmination of three years enrichment program consisting of pre nursery, LKG and UKG. The chief guest and guest of honour awarded the graduation diploma to the students who had completed the three year program at last. At the culmination vote of thanks was presented by the Principal where he extended special thanks to the Vice Principal Monika Sethi, all the coordinators: Mrs. Nandini bakshi, Mrs. Sonia mahajan, Mrs. Neetu Johri and All the pre primary teachers and supporting staff for their restless efforts to make the function a great event. Mr. Bist said that the best part of the program was the happy and confident students who came to the stage, performed well on the stage with a smile on their faces and conquered the hearts of each one present among the audience. A happy child is the first step towards a successful child and “Jodhamal has really been successful in their endeavour to bring the happiness in the each child entrusted to it” said Trilok Singh Bist.



Jodhamal Public School celebrated Grandparents Day with remarkable zest on Saturdayto show love, affection and gratitude towards their elders. The little toddlers put up ascintillating performance for their beloved grandparents, shocking each and everybody in the audience.
Ms Vijay Puri, an eminent Educationist and National Coordinator of All India Edu Leaders Forum, New Delhi, was the esteemed Chief Guest of the day. She has dedicated her whole life and provided variousdimensions in theeducation field.Mrs Puri was received by Mr. NandanKuthiala, Trustee, Mrs. Aaarti Kuthiala, Trustee, School Principal  Mr. Trilok Singh Bist and Vice Principal Ms Monika Sethi. A warm gratitude was paid to Mrs Puri by the entire fraternity of Jodhamal School.
The programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp where all the dignitaries cameon the stage for lighting of the auspicious lamp. The programme was kick started with Krishan Vandana, which was an act much appreciated by one and all.The little toddlers given a thrilling performances, from Clap your hand, to Pinga Fusion song of Hindi and Western Music, Mime show, Vande Matram with all their expressions and energy.
Chief Guest, Mrs. Vijaya Puri was delighted to see the little stars doing Kathak and even Mime. In her speech she complimented the teachers, management and Principal of Jodhamalschool for imparting education,truly par excellence.
Principal of the school, Mr Trilok Singh Bist lauded the efforts of students and activityteachers for preparing the students in such an excellent way. Special kudos was given to Pre Primary Coordinator Mrs. NeetuJohri and Senior CCA coordinator Mrs. NandiniBakshi for overall mentoring and meticulous planning. In his speech, Mr. Bist praised the efforts of Junior CCA Coordinator Mrs.Sonia Mahajan and all  Pre-primary teachers Varinda Sonte, Dolly Chandhoke, Anandita Dey, Roopinder Kour, AmitaCharak, Gagandeep Kour, Priyanka verma, GarimaPandita, Manvinder Kour and in making the show a grand success



To mark the significance of schooling in the lives of toddlers, Jodhamal Public School acknowledged each one in the form of Graduation Day, a gracious passing out ceremony of all tiny tots, who have spent their initial years of life in school.

The Chief Guest for the function was Mrs Susham Kuthiala and Guest of Honour Mr. Himanshu Mittal, Assistant Director UK-India Generation Programme from British Council .  Little toddlers were very excited to receive their passing out from Pre-Primary to Grade-1 degrees, in their black gowns and smart caps.
A cultural bonanza was presented by them to mesmerize the audience.  Pre-Nursery group presented Noddy Dance with tinkling caps, Ketch up Song in flashy red dress and Chair Drill by UKG Class.  Brown Girl in rain dance was full of expressions and energy. Dogri Song “TarreTudaPayeina” by UKG Children is spotless White Kurta Payjama and Flowering Turban enthralled one and all.  Students of this block amazed everybody by presenting a Skating Drill with stunts performances.  Hoola Hoop Dance by UKG Children in Pink Barbie Dress was a sight. Awards were presented to the students by Himanshu Mittal from British Council . The most coveted Award of Student of the Year from UKG was given to Ranjveer Singh, Star of the Year in each section of LKG were awarded to Varnika, Anchal and ,Anmoldeep , Star of the Year from UKG was conferred on  Pawani Gupta,Nishant Verma, Satvik , Mahit & Shyla, Most regular student in the Pre Nursery was given to Tamsi Gupta. All these children’s parents felt elated while they were asked to be on stage with their wards.
Guest of Honour Himanshu Mittal in his address said that he was highly mesmerized by the performance of the little ones doing Kathak, dancing on roller skates and doing all sorts of stunts at such tender age and he was absolutely in a different world and had never expected this high standard in Jammu where he landed for the first time for the M & E visit to five elite schools of Jammu for the UK Teaching Assistants coming to Jammu this August. Himanshu also appreciated the teachers and the support staff looking after the kids with love and compassion which was visible throughout the programme. He complimented the Principal & management for imparting the education par excellence.
The louds never stopped. Clapping Rightly said “I had a sparrow as pet, but it flews one day. I had a Squirrel, but it ran away too. Then, planted a tree and they both came back”.  Jodhamal Public School hones the talent of each one and brings out the holistic development of all its wards.
All class teachers along with their classes, got the pass out folders, thus bringing an end to the spectacular show.The School Management and Principal, Mr. Trilok Singh Bist applauded the efforts of students of school staff for preparing the students so well. A special kudos was given to the CCA Coordinators Nandini Bakshi & Sonia Mahajan for the overall mentoring and meticulous planning of the complete show. Neetu Johri the Pre Primary Coordinator presented the Annual Report of the Year and informed the parents that the World Renowned Accreditation Agency World Education Foundation UK Awarded a 6 Star Gold Rating to Jodhamal Public School for its standard of Activities, Academics, Leadership Qualities,International Dimensions in the Curriculum, Competence of Faculty and Parental Involvement in the functioning of the school. Education World had also Ranked Jodhamal Public School as the No.1 school in J & K besides the Digital Magazine putting Jodhamal among the best 100 schools of India. All the Teachers from the Kinder Garten section had put in a lot of efforts and Principal applauded the efforts of all including  Manpreet Kaur, Shweta Kohli, Vrinda Sonte, Maninder Kaur, Dolly Chandhoke, Anandita Dey, Gagandeep Kaur,, Deepika Manhas,Kamal Sharma & Ashu Dutta.




Jodhamal Public School celebrated Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony with great fervor and gaiety. Ms Priya Sethi, Minister of State for Information, Education and Culture was the Chief Guest while Dr Chand Trehan, Counselor and Psychologist in Jammu University was the Guest of Honour on this Occasion.
The programme began with the traditional lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest , thereafter Ms Neetu Johri, Coordinator Pre-Primary Wing, presented the annual report, showing accolades and laurels notched by the students.
Kindergarten is the first experience in schooling where the child moves from his mother's loving lap into the fond arms of the teacher. The kindergarten teacher, like a caring potter, shapes and moulds the child with tender loving care, into a confident boy / girl stepping into Primary School.
The School Principal, Mr Trilok Singh Bist, extended a warm welcome to all the guests and parents and congratulated all the kids & wished them best for the future endeavour.  Mr Bist said that the management is looking ahead for better prospects and aiming at greater heights.  
The proud parents of the students were present to witness the ceremony when their little darlings wore the graduation gowns & graduation caps, and held their scrolls firmly in their hands.
Addressing the parents, Ms Priya Sethi said, education helps the child to provide an environment so that the child becomes what the capable of become.
The Graduation Ceremony was indeed a true culmination of 3 year KG enrichment programme consisting of Pre-Kg, LKG and UKG. The Chief Guest awarded the Graduation Diploma to the students, who had completed this three year programme. At last Vote of Thanks was presented by Vice Principal Monika Sethi, where she extended special thanks to all the teachers of Pre-Primary Wing and supporting staff for their restless effort to make the function a great event.

Dated:- 15th March, 2014:- Jodhamal Public School Jammu celebrated its Nursery Wing‘s Graduation Day.  Roma Wani, Ex-Secretary Planning and Development & The General Secretary of J&K Chapter of Indian Red Cross and Scouts & Guides was the Chief Guest.  Ms Sarla Kohli, an eminent Educationist was the Guest of Honour.  The Principal, Mr Trilok Singh Bist greeted the Graduating kids for their wonderful efforts and wished to see them excelling in all sphere of life. Ms Neetu Johri, the Pre-Primary Coordinator highlighted the various activities, functioning & achievements of Jodhamal Juniors.

The students of Jodhamal Juniors put up a spectacular show of singing and dancing to the French, Spanish & English songs. The highlight was the skating dance of Upper Kindergarten students.

The Graduation Ceremony was attended by all the Parents & Grandparents of the students.  This was followed by the certificates distribution ceremony of the Graduation Day. Ms Nandani Bakshi compered the function

Ms Roma Wani in her inspiring speech appealed to the little kids to keep the high standard set by the school and also percolated down the values to the benefit of all present in the gathering

In closing, Ms Kiranjeet Kour, System Administrator thanked Ms. Arati Kuthiala for all her help,  Mr Trilok Singh Bist, Principal of the School for his expert & able guidance, the Pre-Primary Coordinator, Ms Neetu Johri and the supporting staff  for contributing their best to make the programme a grand success. 



Dated:- May 16, 2013:- Jodhamal School claimed the title trophy in football U-14 boy’s tournament organized by the Department of Youth Services and Sports at GGM Science College.
Jodhamal was pitched against Heritage School and Jodhamal Public School won by three Goals to two (3-2) in the final. Earlier in the semi final Jodhamal School defeated Maharaja Hari Singh Agricultural College, Nagbani.
Principal Mr. T.S. Bist congratulated the winning team and their coach Mr. Balwinder for their resounding victory. The team members of the winning team are:-
Shivam Kaith, Samridh Gupta, Akshit Gupta, Aryan, Chaitanya, Absyu, Milind, Nigmanshu, Ayush, Manav, Anirudh, Akhil, Ravtej, Aryan Jandyal, Aryan Verma and Rohan Gupta
Samridh Gupta, Rohan Gupta and Nigmanshu were selected in U-14 for the National and Akshit Gupta was selected for U-17 team.


Dated: 18/03/2013:-
Jodhamal Public School celebrated Graduation Day with great fervour and gaiety in the school campus. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Mrs. Bharti Vaid, Media Advisor to J&K Government and the Guest of Honour was Mrs. Susham Kuthiala.

The bonanza was a unique blend of thematic dazzling performances which held everyone captivating. The spell bound audience was carried away by their scintillating performance one after the other.

The rainbow of cultural programme was prepared under the able stewardship of the pre-primary teachers. The participant’s resplended in their colourful costumes and enthralling performance when it came to themes like ‘Durga Puja’ and ‘Unity in Diversity’. The kids showed their way to be responsible when the UKG girls conveyed the message on ‘Girl Child’.

The overwhelmed parents enjoyed the very first show of their little ones. The chief guest Mrs. Bharti Vaid lauded the students for their brilliant performance besides complimenting the school staff for inspiring the children for performing so well. The chief guest Mrs. Bharti Vaid and Mrs. Aarti Kuthiala gave away the certificates to the upper kinder garten who graduated to junior wing.

The annual report of the session 2012-13 was given by the co-ordinator Mrs. Neetu Johri she also emphasized on the overall development of the child.

The principal of the school Mr. Trilok Singh Bist addressed the gathering and acknowledged the support and cooperation from all parents and patrons and said today the need is to start a collaborative teaching methodology wherein the parents are taken as partners in the education system.

The extra vaganza of colours came to a close with the Graduation Ceremony of the UKG kids.


Dated: 13/10/2012:- The tiny tots of Jodhamal Public School enthralled their grandparents and parents with fulfilled and lively programme. The chief guests for the day was Mrs. Rani Billoria (Ex MLC) who was accorded a warm welcome by the school management and Pre/Primary co-ordinator Mrs. Neetu Johri.

The function began will the spell binding rendition of Ganesh Vandana. Young toddlers of LKG gave energetic performance leaving behind an indelible mark in the minds of their dear grandparents. Bubbly Pre- Nursery Joeys shook and shimmered to the tune of English and Hindi songs and transferred moods of the audience into cool, carefree zone. Some outdoor and indoor games were also included for the pleasure of Grandparents.

The music teachers, Mrs. Sandipika and Mr. Deepak gave soul touching performances by singing old numbers and brought contended smiles across the faces of the audience.

The programme concluded with the vote of thanks by Mrs. Rohini Aima- Vice Principal of the school. Who appreciated the efforts and hard work of the teachers and students of Pre/Primary. Chief Guest and management lauded the performance and expressed their hearty wishes to the students and teachers of Pre/Primary. 


Jammu, May, 12:- Innocence, intellect and creativity were on full display as toddlers of Jodhamal School took stage to celebrate "Mother's Day".
The tender buds of Jodhamal School went yards ahead of their age to acknowledge contribution of "Mothers" in their upbringing. The programme began with the traditional lightning of the lamp by the Chief Guest Mrs. Susham Kuthiala and Principal of the school Mr. Trilok Singh Bist. Presence of school management seemingly served as catalyst for the young toddlers to leave audiences spellbound with their performance. Tender buds of class-1st and 2nd exhibited highest degree of discipline while performing on-stage.
They danced merrily, sang songs in the praise of motherhood and thanked the lord for giving them good mothers. The voice of innocence was applauded by one and all. Management recognized the effectiveness of mothers in enhancing creative abilities of their children by giving them gifts. Welcome speech was delivered by Junior Primary wing coordinator Mrs. Urmila Koul. She appreciated performance of toddlers. Chief Guest applauded the toddlers and credited both mothers and staff of the school for enriching children of even class I and II with values and knowledge of gratitude towards mothers. Speaking on the occasion Principal Trilok Singh Bist stressed for further fine-tuning of young toddlers and implored upon mothers to act as catalysts of change. He ensured each mother that Jodhamal School is all set to enthuse and imbibe the values in these youngsters to give the country the best citizens in the future. He appreciated the efforts of the teachers and gave them a well done pat with anticipation that they will always give their hundred percent to Jodhamal.




Jodhamal Public Schools celebrated it’s “Grandparents Day” in the school premises on 24th Sep., 2011.

The programme started with lighting of the lamp & a Welcome Address by the Principal, Mrs. Krishna Bhati.

The little angels put up a variety of cultural bonanza for their grand parents with great zeal and enthusiasm. The day’s programme was multicultural, thus splashing the Jodhamal School preprimary canvas with its unique variety of colours.

The aim of organizing such programme is to inculcate high moral values and respect for grandparents & senior citizens among the students. The Grandparents enthusiastically participated in all the events and games. The also shared their views on the role of Grandparents in the grooming and upbringing of children.

They enjoyed the performance of the tiny tots and appreciated the efforts of the management and the staff to organize such a show & wished to participate in more such occasions.

The Grandparents Day proved to be a good occasion to cement this family bond. It also gave the grand parents a chance to be familiar with the school culture & ethos and importance of their role in supporting them child’s formative years of development during the child’s school days.



JAMMU: Jodhamal Public School Juniors celebrated grandparents day to promote family bonding. The teachers and students participated in the celebrations along with grandchildren who were present on the occasion. The little angels performed beautifully, drawing appreci-,
ation. The pre-primary teachers organized queen of Sheeba game, wherein grandparents participated with a lot of fun and laughter. Grandparents of Kritika Sharma of, pre-nursery were felicitated with memento. A vote of thanks was given by principal Krishna Bhati.

Jodhamal juniors alongwith their respective Grandparents at Jodhamal Public School. The teachers and students alongwith their Grandparents celebrated Grandparents Day. Grandparents of Kritika Sharma of Pre-Nursery and Mrs Sharma were the chief guests on the occasion. Krishna Bhati, Principal of the school presented the vote of thanks.