Jodhamal Public School, a prestigious day-school in the city of Jammu becomes a proud
member of the Good Schools Alliance (GSA) of the schools across the country.
Good Schools Alliance is a group of 25 prestigious schools and many prominent educators of
the country sharing common beliefs and work-culture. Some of the proud school-members of
the Alliance are: The Doon School, Dehradun, Good Shepherd International School, Ooty,
Rajkumar College, Raipur, Ahlcon International School, New Delhi, Sunbeam Schools, UP,
The Doon Girls’ School, Dehradun, Mayoor School, Jaipur etc. Apart from the Schools, there
are many prominent publishing Houses, educators and authors who are members of GSA.
The Alliance conducts periodic activities to engage the students and the teachers in the
productive pursuits and ensures an inclusive growth for all who participate in these activities.
Students of Jodhamal Public School are excited about this new engagement and they attend
the book reading sessions conducted by prominent authors and brainstorm on the books with
the students of other schools. In this context, it is pertinent to mention that Jodhamal Students
enjoy reading and writing and have already authored more than 50 books which have been
published by prominent publishing Houses of the country.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee of the School believes that “Such engagements will help our
students grow into more sensible and responsible citizens. Book Reading Sessions will widen
their knowledge-base and horizons.”
Jodhamal School hosts a National Competition of American Field Service.
Jodhamal Public School organised a National Event themed: ‘COLOURS OF INDIA’, in
collaboration with, American Field Service (AFS), India Chapter. More than 60 AFS Member
Schools participated in the Online extravaganza with great zeal.
American Field Service, popularly known as AFS is an international youth
exchange organization, consisting of over 50 independent, not-for-profit organizations, each
with its own network of volunteers, professionally staffed offices, volunteer board of
directors and website. AFS provides various opportunities to the School-Students across the
globe to engage in inter-cultural activities, in both online and offline modes. It also facilitates
Cultural Exchange Programmes for students and teachers in all Member Schools across the
The Event: Colours of India, organized by Jodhamal Public School had two categories: The
Junior Category comprising Classes 9 & 10 had the Cultural Cuisine Fest in which
participating students prepared and presented the delectable cuisines of various parts of the
country. The Senior Category comprising Classes 11 & 12 observed the Fiesta Festival
Competition in which the participants designed the couture of different cultures. Students
from both categories submitted their videos to the host school based upon which a team of
jury selected the best presentations. The videos, received in large numbers from participating
schools, were very creative and informative, each showcasing the best cuisine and couture of
their culture, thereby taking immense pride in it.
Following Schools and their students received accolades for their attempts: (1) SAI
International School, Bhubaneswar: Rishabh Satpathy, Poorva Mishra, Evyavan Upadhyay,
Punyajit Mishra, Bibhanshu Mishra, Shivakshi Dixit, Tejaswee Patnaik, Abheek Sharma, and
Satavisha Das (2) Children's Academy, Ashok Nagar, Mumbai: Netra Ayare, Prisha Sule,
Saanvi Patil, and Siya Prabhu (3) Mansukhbhai Kothari National School, Pune: Deepal
Srivastav, Bhavika Garg, Bhavana Agrawal, Prathik Jadhav, Dhruv Devadiga, and Deanne
Lazarus (4) Delhi Public School, Kolar Road, Bhopal: Shashwat Singh, Srishti Negi,
Harshika Saxena, Naman Johri, Aarushi Nigam, Advay Singh Yadav, Harshita Patharia,
Aarya Sharma, and Misha Baniya (5) IES Public School, Bhopal: Aamna Ali, Mahi
Shrivastav, Namrata Ben, Manya Katare, and Pallavi Sisodiya (6) Vidyasagar School, Indore:
Riddhima Phadke, Sagarika Manjrekar, and Namita Pandey.
The dignitaries who attended the Result Declaration Ceremony were: Dr Sumer Singh,
former Principal, The Daly College, Indore, and an eminent educationist, Ms Sarita Badhwar,
AFS Inter-cultural Programmes In-Charge and Learning Trainer, Mr Nandan Kuthiala,
Trustee, Jodhamal Public School and Principals, teachers and students of participating
schools. Principal Mr Girish Kumar welcomed all dignitaries in his welcome speech and
highlighted the importance of such cultural transactions in students’ lives. Ms Neetu Johri,
AFS Coordinator, delivered the Vote of Thanks
Jodhamal Student Wins the MIT App Inventor Appathon 2023.
Sarthak Gupta, a student of Jodhamal Public School wins the prestigious MIT App Inventor
Appathon 2023 in the People’s Choice Category.
The competition was hosted by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the App
Inventor Foundation saw participants from all over the world coming together to build apps
with the power to change society.
Sarthak Gupta, a 10 th grade student at Jodhamal Public School, built an AI-powered health
app called ‘Swasthya’ for the appathon. The application addresses the issue of mental health
and wellbeing and contains numerous features such as GyanAI - An intelligent chatbot with a
brain in addition to emotion detection using computer vision. The same accentuates
emergency SOS and even exerts tips including pedometer and yoga. Swasthya also detects
nearby medical stores and hospitals and executes community SOS.
The Management, Staff and the students celebrate Sarthak’s incredible accomplishment and
congratulate him for winning and demonstrating to the world, the innovative and visionary
thinking of our students.
This stands as a testament to the hard work and dedication of our students and faculty.
With a belief to revolutionize the healthcare industry, Sarthak Gupta feels grateful to have
had the opportunity to participate in the MIT App Inventor Appathon and to have won in the
People’s Choice Category. He hopes to continue developing innovative solutions that can
make a positive impact on society.
The introduction video of the app can be watched on the YouTube Link:
Gyan AI is live on Google Play Store and Swasthya will also be live soon
Google Play Developer: https://play.google.com/store/apps/dev?id=7949526400066143521
Jodhamal Excels at Doon School Model United Nations 2023.
In a remarkable showcase of talent and diplomacy, Jodhamal School has once again secured
its place in the spotlight at the prestigious Doon School Model United Nations (DSMUN)
2023. The event, spanning three intensive days witnessed fervent debates and thoughtful
deliberations by delegates from across the globe. The Chief Guest in the Inaugural Ceremony
was Mr Rohan Chand Thakur, a distinguished IAS Officer while the Chief Guest in the
Valedictory Ceremony was Mr Ovais Sarmad.
With a lineup of 11 Committees that encompassed contemporary, historical, and futuristic
agenda, the DSMUN 2023 provided a platform for insightful discussions on global issues.
The three day Conference was attended by the delegates from the most prestigious schools in
India and abroad such as Welham Boys’ School, Dehradun, Welham Girls’ School,
Dehradun, Mayo College, Ajmer, Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer, The Daly College,
Indore, The Emerald Heights International School, Indore, Modern School, Barakhamba
Road, New Delhi, YPS Patiala, The British School, New Delhi etc .
Jodhamal Public School is the only school from J&K that is invited from this region, and has
been attending this prestigious Conference for the last 8th years. The Jodhamal participants
compete with the students of the best schools across the globe participating in DSMUN every
year, and excel in their respective Committees.
This year in DSMUN 2023, among the participants, a team of nine distinguished delegates
emerged as outstanding representatives of Jodhamal School. Raza Ali, Devisha Gaur, Pavit
Singh, Krish, Puneesh Manhas, Vitasta Zutshi, Abhiraj Suryavanshi, Ahmed Ayaan, and
Amay Gupta showcased their eloquence and diplomacy on this prestigious stage. They were
escorted by Ms Mubeen Butt and Mr Rajan Bakshi.
Their exceptional performance led to well-deserved recognition in the Prize Giving
Ceremony, proving once again Jodhamal’s reigning supremacy in MUN-circuits. Puneesh
Manhas and Amay Gupta's exemplary contributions earned them the Special Mention Awards
in their respective Committees. Their dedication to research, persuasion, and strategic
negotiation was evident, as they tackled complex global challenges with grace and acumen.
Commending their achievements, Mr Nandan Kuthiala, the esteemed Trustee of Jodhamal
School, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director of the School, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal, and Ms
Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal extended their heartiest congratulations to the students, and
emphasized that their success not only reflects the school's legacy of excellence but also sets
a high standard for the aspiring diplomats of the future.
Jodhamal School's triumphant participation in DSMUN 2023 not only demonstrates their
commitment to fostering diplomatic skills but also underlines the institution's dedication to
producing well-rounded global citizens. As the accolades pour in, the legacy of excellence at
Jodhamal School continues to shine brighter than ever before.
Jodhamal Student excel in National Championship
Jodhamal School class 11 student Raveena Jangid put up an
excellent performance in the recently held India Open
Competition Air Weapon 2023 held at Bhopal (M. P.)
Raveena participated in both the Junior and Senior team events
and was a member of J&K Team in both the categories. In
Senior Women Rifle Category, the J&K team Silver Medal. In
Junior Woman Rifle Category, the J&K team won gold medal.
Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs. Arati Kuthiala, Director,
Mr. Girish Kumar, Principal and Ms. Shefali Sanwal, Vice
Principal extended hearty congratulations to Raveen for her
Jodhamal Students Celebrate Rakhi with soldiers on Indo-Pak Border
Jodhamal School, in collaboration with Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage
(INTACH), Jammu Chapter, organized a visit of Jodhamal students on the Suchetgarh Indo-
Pak Border, RS Pura, J&K where the students of Jodhamal Public School celebrated the
Raksha Bandhan by tying Rakhis to the soldiers.
It was an experience of its kind, and the JMPS students felt deep empathy, love and respect
for the first line of defence of our country. As a part of the celebration, the students also
distributed sweets and handed over a box full of Rakhis and boxes of chocolates to the Asstt
Commandant, BSF for further distributing to the soldiers positioned on the forward posts.
40 students of Classes 5 and 6, brimming with emotions for the nation and its protectors,
escorted by the teachers, the Administrative Officer and the School Principal reached the
Indo-Pak Border in Suchetgarh, RS Pura, J&K at 9:30 am. It was a revelation of sorts to all
the students and teachers that all soldiers sacrifice the comfort of their family and city life to
ensure that we remain safe and protected.
Amidst the chanting of Jai Hind, Vande Matram and Bharat Mata Ki Jay, these young
students tied the Rakhis on the wrists of the soldiers, and thanked them for their valour and
protection of the nation. The students were also escorted to the Flag Post of Indian side and
shown the International Border from where Sialkot, the Pakistani province is merely 11 kms.
The 100-year-old Banyan Tree which is half on the Indian side and half on the Pakistani side
was a main attraction for all students and teachers alike.
The soldiers and their officers were constantly with the students explaining to them the
importance of the Suchetgarh border, international relations, and responding to the other
queries raised by the students.
These Rakhis were made by the students of Jodhamal School in their Art & Craft activity
with a lot of warmth and love for the soldiers. They were not pieces of threads, paper or
glitters, they contained a lot of emotion for our country and its soldiers. These 40 children
carried with them the love and blessings of all Jodhamal School students and expressed their
feelings for the soldiers in front of them.
This entire activity was coordinated by Ms Deepali Puri, CCA Coordinator (Junior School),
Ms Shveta Manga, Ms Amanpreet Kour, Ms Hemu Jaggi and Ms Sonika Chalotra, Art and
Craft Teachers of Jodhamal Public School, in collaboration with INTACH, Jammu Chapter.
While complimenting the students for their good work, the Trustee of the School, Mr Nandan
Kuthiala said that such activities instil a sense of patriotism and empathy in our children. Mrs
Arati Kuthiala, Director of the School also congratulated the students for their true
celebration of Rakhi this year.
JODHAMAL YOUTH CONCLAVE’23 INAUGURATED
The 6 th Edition of Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) kickstarted in the School Campus. The
Conclave is a 3-day congregation of the best schools from the country that gather to simulate
the United Nations and discuss various agenda in multiple Committees.
JYC is an effort that has been initiated by Jodhamal Public School to make the students aware
of the fast-changing geo-politics, social and environmental scenarios. More than 300
delegates from ten schools are attending this 3-day Conclave. The participating schools are:
Mayo College Girls’ School, Ajmer, Welham Boys’ School, Dehradun, Modern School,
Barakhamba Road, New Delhi, K C Public School, Jammu, G D Goenka Public School,
Jammu, K C International School, Jammu, Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu, IDPS, Jammu,
Delhi Public School, Udhampur and the host School, Jodhamal Public School, Jammu.
JYC is a unique platform of the students, for the students, and by the students which, apart
from debates, discussions and diplomacy, provides an opportunity to the students from
diverse cultural backgrounds to create life-long camaraderie and friendships.
The motto of this year’s JYC is: ‘Bridging the World: One Conference at a time’.
Participants have been allotted different Committees with their specific Agenda that covers
national and international issues. There are six Committees in JYC’23 and their Agenda are:
1. Lok Sabha: "Discussing the status of the centre-state relationship in India with special
reference to the Punchhi Commission’s Report", 2. United Nations Security Council:
Continuous Crisis Committee: “Articulation of NATO’s role with special emphasis on the
current Russian-Ukrainian Conflict”, 3. United Nations Human Rights Committee:
"Deliberating upon trans-national organized crime with special emphasis on the exploitation
of human rights by the South East Asian Crime Syndicate.", 4. United Nations Women:
"Deliberating the issue of gender-based bias in corporate environments with special emphasis
on exploitation of women and the need for establishment of quotas to safeguard their rights.",
5. All India Political Parties Meet: "Deliberation on Freedom of Press in India with emphasis
on media trials", and 6. International Press Corps: "Deliberation on implementation of Digital
Media Ethics Code and Online Safety Bill, which contradicts free speech"
The Inaugural Ceremony of JYC’23 started with full enthusiasm in the Multipurpose Hall of
Jodhamal Public School. The Chief Guest on the occasion was Dr. Meenakshi Kilam, Rector,
Kathua Campus, University of Jammu and Director, Internal Quality Assurance, University
of Jammu. The Ceremony began with the lighting of sacred lamp. The Chief Guest handed
over the gavels to the Chairpersons of various Committees. Principal, Mr Girish Kumar
delivered a Welcome Address, and Arya Mahajan, the Secretary General of JYC’23 declared
the Conference Open.
The Directorate of JYC’23 comprises: Aarya Mahajan, Secretary General, Aditya Kumar,
Deputy Secretary General, Akaisha Handa and Varalika Sharma, USG Outreach, Anish Arora
USG Logistics, Vanshika Gupta, USG Delegate Affairs, Ira Chandran, USG Communication,
Hussain Areeb, USG Media, and Saksham Bhagat, USG Photography.
On this occasion, MUNBELIEVABLE, the colourful JYC-Newsletter was also released at the
Inaugural Ceremony. Since it is a student-driven activity, all the students worked diligently to
make it a successful event under the mentorship of the Conference Director, Mrs Deepmala
and teachers Mrs Mubeen Butt, Mrs Anjali Mahajan, Mrs Pooja Sharma and Mr.
The Inaugural Ceremony became more special as the Montage of JYC’23 was released by the
Media Head. A throwback to JYCs since its inception was presented in a video film.
Other dignitaries present on the occasion were: Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati
Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal and Mrs Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal.
The 3-day Conclave will witness rounds of vigorous debates, discussions and diplomacy
across all Committees and will conclude with a very elaborate Prize Giving Ceremony.
The Ceremony culminated with the address of the Deputy Secretary General, which was
followed by the group photograph and Ice-breaking sessions in the Committee venues.
Swearing-in Ceremony solemnised at Jodhamal Public School.
The Investiture Ceremony to promulgate the School’s Students’ Council was organized at
Jodhamal Public School, Jammu in all solemnity.
The Chief Guest on the occasion was Mr Shridhar Patil, IPS, DIG (Traffic). The parents of
newly inducted Prefect Council were our esteemed guests who attended the Ceremony with a
gleam of pride in their eyes.
The Ceremony commenced with the lighting of sacred lamp amidst the chants of Gayatri
Mantra which was followed by an Invocation Dance, a mesmerising Indian classical dance
performance, to seek the diving blessings.
As the swearing-in Ceremony commenced the newly-elected Prefects paced up the stage with
pride in their gait, and glow on their faces. The comperes read out the citations as the Prefects
moved. They were bestowed with badges and sashes by the Chief Guest. A total of 40
students were conferred with various portfolios. Principal, Mr Girish Kumar, administered
the oath of allegiance to the Prefects in all solemnity.
The Head Boy and the Head Girl, in their speeches, expressed their gratitude to the School
for this responsibility bestowed upon them, and promised to live up to the expectations.
Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Guest, Mr Shridhar Patil, IPS, DIG (Traffic) shared some
invaluable advice on leadership, importance of integrity and choice-making in life. He further
appealed to students to become messengers of traffic police in spreading awareness of traffic
rules. He asked upon the parents to make wise choices of following the traffic rules and take
leads in the society. He appealed all to contribute positively to make Jammu city an example
for all to follow in respect of traffic discipline.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mrs Shefali Sanwal, Vice
Principal were also present on this occasion.
Following students were conferred with the badges and sashes: Akaisha Handa, Head Girl,
Anish Arora, Head Boy, Vartika Jamwal, Dy. Head Girl, Aditya Kumar, Dy. Head Boy, Ira
Chandan and Dewang Gupta, Academic Prefects, Yashasvee Rathore and Naman Sharma,
CCA Prefects, Anandita Handa and Aarya Mahajan, Discipline Prefects, Vanshika Gupta and
Shiven Soni, Eco Prefects, Prajna Gupta and Eklavya Mahajan, Sports Prefects, Abhaya
Chadha and Shubham Singh Jaral, Challenge House Prefects, Daania Butt and Yashodhan
Rathore, Discovery House Prefects, Varalika Sharma and Vibhas Kumar, Enterprise House
Prefects, Fatima Sayed and Eklavya Mahajan, Invention House Prefects, Neesa Mahajan and
Naunidh Singh, Academic Vice Prefects, Aadya Sambyal and Navaj Kunal Anand, CCA Vice
Prefects, Rebecca Verma and Sachdeep Singh, Discipline Vice Prefects, Mayara Aul and
Soham Magazine, Eco Vice Prefects, Czia Raina and Rohan Langer, Sports Vice Prefects,
Adalia Narang and Aviral Kapoor, Challenge House Vice Prefects, Snigdha Gupta and Anmol
Kotwal, Discovery House Vice Prefects, Krishika Koul and Shaurya Jamwal, Enterprise
House Vice Prefects, Samaira Jamwal and Venu Gopal Sharma, Invention House Vice
Jodhamal Quiz Team wins the Inter-School Quiz Competition.
The Jodhamal Quiz Team comprising: Kushagra Sambyal of Class 10 and Tanush Dev of
Class 9 participated and emerged victorious in Quest 2023, an Inter-School Quiz
Competition, organized by Carmel Convent School, Jammu. Quest is an annual fixture which
is looked forward to by all schools of the city. Many prominent schools of Jammu had
participated in this Quiz competition.
In the closely contested Quiz, the Jodhamal duo scored 135 points and stood overall first. At
the second place was the host school with 110 points.
The Quiz Club at Jodhamal Public School, Jammu has been very active and attended by very
keen quizzers with a proven track-record. In past also, the quizzers from Jodhamal have won
an intensely competitive Quiz Competition at a National TV hosted by the famous news
anchor and Quizmaster: Rajdeep Sardesai. These Quizzers in the School are mentored by Mrs
Namrata Sharma and Mr Raghunandan.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal and
Mrs Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal congratulated the Quiz Team and wished them more such
glories in times to come.
Six Jodhamal Students win accolades in the prestigious WELMUN
(The highest No of Accolades in Jammu)
Jodhamal Students performed brilliantly at the prestigious WELMUN’23 organized by
Welham Boys’ School, Dehradun.
WELMUN is regarded as one of most prestigious MUNs across all MUN-circuits. Students
from very eminent schools across the country participate in this MUN.
Jodhamal Students have been participating and bringing laurels in this MUN for the last
many years. This year too, without an exception, six Jodhamal Students, out of a contingent
of 10, won accolades in WELMUN. This is the highest number of students winning accolades
in this MUN from Jammu.
Amidst fierce competition from other esteemed schools across the country, Jodhamal
Delegation displayed exceptional skill, poise, and profound knowledge on a diverse array of
agendas at the WELMUN'23 organised by WELHAM BOYS SCHOOL DEHRADUN from
3-5 August 2023. The other participating Schools were: Mayo College Girls’ School Ajmer,
Mayo College Ajmer, Welham Boys’ School Dehradun, Welham Girls’ School Dehradun ,
The Doon School Dehradun, The Doon Girls, YPS Patiala, Sanskriti School Delhi, The Daly
College Indore, The Emerald Heights Indore, The Rajkumar College Rajkot, Sunbeam
School Varuna and many more were invited.
From 27 prestigious institutions, more than 300 delegates participated where Jodhamal
pitched an outstanding delegation of 10 students, of whom an impressive 6 delegates received
well-deserved accolades. Aviral Kapoor, Samiah Sami, Moksh Sharma, Guhika Sachdev and
Navaj Anand earned the coveted titles of ‘Honorary Mention’ for UNHSC, Lok Sabha, UNW
and IPC, respectively. Aarav Handoo's relentless efforts earned him a verbal mention. Efforts
put in by Aadya Sambyal, Adhvik Mahajan and Jiniya Gupta were worth appreciation.
MUN Coordinator Ms. Deepmala's unwavering support and impeccable coordination played
an imperative role in ensuring the students' success and maintaining their motivation
throughout the Conference.
The triumph of Jodhamal's delegation in this prestigious competition exemplifies the School's
commitment to fostering intellectual growth and honing critical thinking skills.
Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Ms. Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr. Girish Kumar, Principal and
Ms. Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal expressed pride in the achievements of the delegates and
lauded their exemplary performance at WELMUN'23.
Continuing the tradition of excellence, the students of Jodhamal Public School secured the
first position at the Sahodaya Inter-School Classical Dance Competition held at Army Public
School, Jammu Cantt.
The Competition, in which more than 200 students from 35 teams from other prominent
schools of Jammu had participated, was organized under the aegis of Sahodaya Complex,
The Jodhamal Dance Troupe included: Manya Vikram Randawa, Vriti Sharma, Aachal Kour
Preet, Jigisha Thussu, Aabha Sharma, Aayati Sharma, Nandini Sharma and Seerat Kour.
They performed a Kathak Dance.
The students were bestowed with Gold Medals and Certificates while the School bagged a
memento for this achievement.
The Judges of the Competition appreciated the performance of our students and provided
everyone with valuable tips.
Teacher-mentors who prepared the students were Ms. Shruti Sharma and Ms. Aadi Sharma.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal and
Mrs Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal congratulated the winners and the Teachers In-charge.
They also applauded the immense efforts of the students for their energy-packed
Jodhamal School Organized Campus Art League
In order to promote creativity, spontaneous thinking, out-of-the-box ideas, and Art Education,
Jodhamal School organized Campus Art League which was open to all Jodhamal Students
who have interest in Art, Painting or Craft Work.
More than 600 students became part of this artistic extravaganza and showcased their
creativity in different genres of art, painting, clay moulding, paper craft, papier-mâché etc.
Jodhamal School promotes integration of Art in the routine curriculum as per the
recommendations by NEP 2020 and CBSE. The purpose of Art Integration in education is to
ensure that students create interest in all subjects, particularly the subjects known for their dry
nature. Through Art Integration, students having interest in Art-related subjects also find
difficult subjects fascinating, thereby creating desire for learning. It also provides multiple
ways for students to construct understanding and make their learning visible by
demonstrating their understanding through Art.
The purpose of the activity was to provide a platform to our children to unleash their
creativity by expressing and manifesting their latent talents.
The paintings, craft work, objets d'art, artwork and other artefacts created in the Campus Art
League will be displayed in the upcoming School Exhibitions.
The teachers from Art and Craft and Painting Departments who mentored students for this
Event were : Ms Nivedita, Ms Shveta Manga, Ms Amanpreet Kour, Ms Hemu Jaggi and Ms
The entire event was spearheaded by the Co-Curricular Activities Department of the School
under the guidance of Ms Mubeen Butt and Ms Deepali Puri.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal, and
Ms Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal of the School congratulated the students on their
involvement in the Campus Art League and complimented them for their creativity.
Overall, it was a resounding success.
Jodhamal Students Win the Bronze Medal at the International Open Roller Hockey Tournament in Macau (China)
It was a moment of pride and triumph as three young students from Jodhamal Public School,
Daanial Butt, Dhruv Sadhotra, and Namish Gupta, showcased their exceptional talent and
dedication on the international stage. Representing Team India U-14 at the prestigious
International Open Roller Hockey Championship held in Macau from 26th July to 31st
August. The Indian Team exhibited their sporting prowess, securing a remarkable 3rd place
and clinching the Bronze Medal by an impressive victory of 10-0 against China.
The International Open Roller Hockey Championship witnessed intense competition. With
teams from more than 10 countries from 3 continents vying for the top honours. Despite the
tough competition, Daanial Butt, Dhruv Sadhotra, and Namish Gupta demonstrated
remarkable skill, teamwork, and perseverance throughout the tournament, bringing glory to
their country and school. In roller hockey the team consists of 6 players at a time. More than
300 athletes in various categories, represented their countries in the championship at Macau,
The outstanding achievement of these young athletes was attributed to the excellent guidance
and undeterred support provided by their coaches, Mr. Kamal Anand and Mr. Ritish. The
coaches' expertise and dedication played a pivotal role in nurturing the talents of these
budding roller hockey players and preparing them to compete at an international level.
This is also pertinent to note that another student of Jodhamal Public School, Ranvir Singh
Shan is also set to represent the country in roller skating at the World Skating Championship
in ITALY in Sept.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal and
Ms Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal of Jodhamal Public School, expressed immense pride and
joy in the students' accomplishments. They lauded their commitment to sportsmanship and
applauded their exceptional performance, which exemplifies the school's emphasis on
fostering well-rounded individuals.
Jodhamal Students Author 50 books!
In a feat of rare accomplishment, the Jodhamal Student-authors script history once again.
Forty-Seven Jodhamal students have become published authors, having authored fifty books.
The number is still counting as many ‘word-wizards’ are joining the bandwagon as book-
writing is becoming a popular pursuit with the students of this prominent school of Jammu
Earlier also, seven Jodhamal Student-Authors, out of 20 from several prestigious schools
across the country, were published by Scholastic India in a compilation of short stories titled:
Wings of Wonder.
With these students having got the platform to show their creativity, many young students at
Jodhamal are following suit and getting motivated to write books.
The School carefully nurtures these budding authors to ensure that they take up writing as
their full-time pursuit and inspire their generation to drift away from the ‘screen-led virtual
world’ to the ‘world of words and books’.
The names of Jodhamal Student-Authors are: Aadya Choudhary, Class 7, Aaron Vaid, Class
7, Aaryamann Sharma, Class 10, Adhiraj Sawhney (Ozzy), Class 6, Aimal Choudhary, Class
11, Aishani Hazarika, Class 9, Akaisha Manga, Class 9, Akshar Bhasin, Class 9, Amaay
Gupta, Class 9, Anadhya Dubey, Class 11, Anagh Slathia, Class 6, Anit Rai, Class 9,
Anvesha Charak, Class 10, Arit Rai, Class 6, Ayaansh Gupta, Class 6, Bidhatri Chakraborty,
Class 6, Dviti Sharma, Class 6, Guhika Sachdev, 10 F, Harleen, Class 11, Hitanshi Yadav,
Class 7, Jayaansh Radhotre, Class 6, Jigisha Thusoo, Class 8, Kismat Gupta, Class 11,
Madhur Soni, Class 9, Manan Suri, Class 7, Manasvi Singh, Class 12, Naisha Gupta, Class 9,
Naman Ajit Kour, Class 10, Naman Sharma, Class 12, Natali Sharma, Class 6, Neerek
Mahajan, Class 8, Parth Vasudeva, Class 9, Pawni Mishra, Class 8, Pranjal Gupta, Class 10,
Raghav Dubey, Class 8, Reyansh Sharma, Class 7, Sanath Chopra, Class 9, Sanshray
Kashyap, Class 11, Shranya Sharma, Class 11, Subah Sharma, Class 10, Svasti Gupta, Class
10, Syna Sharma, Class 10, Tashvi Mehta, Class 10, Vedang Sharma, Class 10, Vivaan
Yadav, Class 6 and Zikra Jahangir, Class 9. The books have been published in collaboration
with Bri Books Publication.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal and
Mrs Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal congratulated the students on their stupendous
achievements and encouraged them to continue to write and grow.
Jodhamal School Triumphs in the Sahodaya Inter-School Swimming Competition
Team Jodhamal once again displayed their remarkable sporting prowess, emerging victorious
in the highly competitive Sahodaya Inter-School Swimming Competition, organized by
Shaurya International School. Sixteen prominent Schools from Jammu had participated in the
Competition. Jodhamal Team's stellar performance led them to clinch the coveted overall first
The young swimmers from Jodhamal Public School showcased their dedication and talent in
the pool, bagging a total of 26 medals in various categories. The outstanding haul included 6
Gold Medals, 14 Silver Medals, and 6 Bronze Medals, further ensuring the School's
reputation for excellence in swimming.
The Jodhamal Team comprised of Angelina Bali, Prajna, Avni Athmea, Kaashvi, Adalia
Narang, Trisha Jaggi, Vinay Barala, Vishal Barela, Kartikey Chaudhary, Kartavya, Priyam
Jain, Aseed Kichloo, Prabmeet, Prabhdeep, Aditya, Lavanya, and Aryan, who displayed
exceptional talent, determination, and sportsmanship throughout the Competition.
Behind every successful athlete, there is dedicated guidance and mentorship. Ms Pooja
Basson (Head Coach), Mr. Rajan Sharma, Ms Malkeet Kour and Mr Romesh Chander, the
esteemed mentors of the Jodhamal Team, played a crucial role in shaping and honing the
skills of these young swimmers, enabling them to shine on the grand stage of the
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director and Mr. Girish Kumar, Principal
extended hearty congratulations to the victorious team for their outstanding achievement.
They praised their commitment to training, hard work, and teamwork, which brought glory
not only to themselves but also to the entire school community.
The triumph in the Inter-School Sahodaya Swimming Competition once again underscores
Jodhamal School's commitment to nurturing well-rounded individuals who excel not only
academically but also in various sports and co-curricular activities.
Jodhamal Students Set to Participate in the International Open Roller Hockey Championship at Macau, China
Three Students of the prestigious Jodhamal Public School, Jammu have been
selected to represent India in the upcoming Open Roller Hockey Championship
to be held in Macau, China. These students are: Daanial Butt of Class 8, Dhruv
Sadhotra and Namish Gupta, both from Class 6.
Earlier also, Ranvir Singh Shan, another student from Jodhamal, was selected to
represent India in the International Skating Tournament at China and Italy.
The trustee of the school Mr Nandan Kuthiala and the Principal Mr. Girish
Kumar extended their warm congratulations to the proud parents of these
exceptional students, recognizing the dedication and relentless efforts they have
invested in their chosen sport. The Principal also expressed his appreciation for
the invaluable guidance provided by their skating coaches, Mr. Kamal Anand
and Mr. Ritish, who have honed their skills and prepared them for this
The Open Roller Hockey Championship in Macau promises to be an arena of
fierce competition, where participants from various countries will showcase
their talents. Daanial, Namish, and Dhruv have demonstrated immense potential
and promise in the game and their selection in this prestigious tournament
speaks volumes for their hard work, skill and dedication to the sport.
Jodhamal Public School takes pride in its commitment to nurturing well-
rounded individuals, and these students' participation in the championship is a
testament to the school's dedication to fostering excellence in sports. As they
embark on this thrilling journey, the entire school community rallies behind
them, offering support and encouragement.
As the students prepare to showcase their skills on an international stage,
Jodhamal Public School wishes them the best of luck. The school eagerly awaits
their return, anticipating tales of growth, learning, and new experiences that will
further enrich the school's sporting legacy.
Jodhamal NCC Girl-Cadets bag the First Prize in the All India Girls Trekking Expedition 2023.
The Jodhamal NCC Girls contingent, representing 1 st J&K Naval Unit and 1 st
J&K Girls Battalion NCC, comprising eight cadets participated in the ‘All India
Girls Trekking Expedition 2023’ held at Palampur, Himachal Pradesh from 17
June 2023 to 24 June 2023. Jodhamal Public School was the only School from
Jammu to participate in this arduous exercise.
There were about 510 girl-cadets from 5 NCC Directorates participating in this
intensive exercise. The five directorates that participated in the Expedition
were: 1. J&K and Ladakh, 2. Uttarakhand, 3. Rajasthan, 4. Madhya Pradesh and
Chhatisgarh, 5. Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh
During the Expedition, the Cadets undertook the treks to: Mahakal Mandir,
Tashi Jong Monastery, Tea Garden, and Indru Naag Temple, the highest being
approx. 6000 ft above the sea level. During the course of the Expedition, they
also enthusiastically participated in the International Day of Yoga on 21 June
During the Expedition, various Individual and Inter-Directorate Co-Curricular
Competitions were organized. In the Inter-Directorate Co-Curricular Activities,
the J&K and Ladakh Directorate stood overall first. Following cadets from
Jodhamal Public School achieved accolades in various Co-Curricular Events:
Praanya Puri and Gurasees Kour Raina were adjudged Best in Dance whereas
Sabgun Kour was declared as the Best Anchor of the Event.
In the Individual Essay Writing Competition, the Jodhamal Student: Praanya
Puri stood overall First. The topic for the Essay was: EXPERIENCE OF HIM
The Jodhamal Girls who participated in the All India Girls Trekking Expedition
2023 were: Cdt Arumina Singh, Cdt Praanya Puri, Cdt Gurasees Kour Raina,
Cdt Srishti Sharma, Cdt Vamika Choudhary, Cdt Lavanya Gupta, Cdt Sabgun
Kour and Cdt Adfar Haroon Naik.
They were escorted by the School’s NCC Officer: Mrs Poonam Sarmal, and
mentored by the NCC Officers: Mrs Poonam Sarmal and Mrs Kusum.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar,
Principal and Mrs Shefali Sanwal, Vice Principal congratulated the students on
their successful completion of the Trekking Expedition and stupendous display
of School’s culture in various competitions organized by the NCC.
THE SUMMER CAMP: OASIS ’23 CONCLUDES AT JODHAMAL.
Jodhamal Public School, Jammu organized a two-week Summer Camp “Oasis ‘23”
from 3 rd June to 15 th June ’23. ‘OASIS’23 was Conducted in Tandem with special
Classes for 11 th & 12 th .
More than 300 children explored their potential and expressed their creativity in
various activities. The aim of the camp was to nurture and nourish the young
students and coach them in the activities of their choice. It was an opportunity to
learn and create memories for our children. The Activities offered included:
Swimming, Basketball, Football, Skating, Guitar, Casio, Vocal Music, Art and
Craft, Painting, Off-Fire Cooking, Dance, Dramatics etc. Students picked up the
activities of their choice and learnt the nuances of their chosen genre.
The Grand Finale of the Summer Camp witnessed the influx of all parents of the
participants who enjoyed the performances of their children and appreciated the
efforts of the School.
In the Valedictory Ceremony, the students of Music, Dance and Drama presented
their performances on the stage while the students of Art & Craft, Painting, and
Off-Fire Cooking put up their Stalls and Exhibitions. It was a feast to the eyes to
see our children present what they’d learnt in the two weeks of the Summer Camp.
The mentors who guided the young prodigies were: Ms. Sugandha in Casio, Mr.
Joel in Guitar, Ms. Shaveta Manga and Ms. Sonika in Art & Craft and Painting,
Ms. Aarti Mahajan in Dramatics, Ms. Vishakha in Vocal Music, Ms. Shallu
Sharma in Off-Fire Cooking and Culinary Skills, Ms. Shivali Rai in Dance, Ms.
Pooja Basson, Ms. Malkeet Kour, Mr. Rajan and Ms. Ruchi Atri in Swimming,
Mr. Romesh in Football, Mr. Ritesh in Skating and Mr. Vinod in Basketball.
Mr Deepak rendered support in musical activities and Ms Deepali Puri, CCA
Coordinator, Junior School coordinated the Summer Camps. Some Student of
Classes 8 th to 10 th had gone for an Adventure Camp Near Shimla in Himachal
The Valedictory Ceremony was attended by Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Ms
Arati Kuthiala, Director, Mr Girish Kumar, Principal and Ms Shefali Sanwal, Vice
Principal of the School. They appreciated the attempts of all children, teachers and
parents. Mr Girish Kumar, Principal gave away the Certificates of Participation to
all the participants.
Jodhamal Student Advita Manhas In Asian Book Of Records.
Advita Manhas, a student of Class 7th at Jodhamal Public School has added
another glorious feather in her cap by setting three records in performing
maximum hula hoop spins around different parts of her body in one minute. Of
the three felicitations that she received, two records were for the India Book of
Records and one record was for the Asia Book of Records.
For the India Book of Records, Advita performed 162 hula hoop spins around
her wrist in one minute and 132 hula hoop spins around her neck in one minute
while in Hanumanasana Yoga’ pose. Similarly, for thee Asia Book of Records,
she performed 132 hula hoop spins around her neck in one minute while
maintaining the ‘Hanumanasana Yoga’ pose.
Advita has had a consistent journey to reach this level. She started practising
Yoga in 2020 and practised consistently for 2 hours each day. She also follows
certain YouTube Channels to further derive inspiration from, and master the
skill to a next level. She keeps posting the videos of her practice and dance on
her own YouTube Channel named Advita Manhas which has 3.38K followers as
As aspiring gymnast, she wishes to participate in national and international
tournaments in the game.
Jodhamal Students Outshine in the Inter-Zonal Football Tournaments
(Jodhamal Football Team (Girls) Under 17 stood first in the tournament).
The Jodhamal Football Team (Girls) Under 17 clinched a victory in the recently
concluded Inter-Zonal Football Tournament in which many prominent schools
from Jammu had participated. They have, thus, booked their place in the
District Football Tournament.
The Girls from Jodhamal played their Semi-Finals against the girls of Army
Public School, Jammu Cantt. In a neck-to-neck fight for a place in the Finals,
the Jodhamal Team defeated the APS Team by a margin of 1-0, thereby
qualifying for the Finals.
The final match was again a battle of strength, stamina and skill. The Team
Jodhamal won this match too by 1-0. There were many nail-biting moments in
the match which kept all on-lookers on tenterhooks. The Jodhamal Team
comprised of Samaria Singh, Abiha Fatima, Riti Chabera, Ridhima Koul, Iksha
Duggal, Arshiya Malhotra, Anahita, Sehrish Abrol, Manasvi, Anvesha Charak,
and Akashdeep. The Team Jodhamal was ecstatic after this victory as they will
get a chance to play in the District Football Match now.
Similarly, the Jodhamal Football Team (boys) Under 17 won the Semi-Finals of
Inter-Zonal Football Tournament and had a tough match with APS Nagrota,
which the latter won.
The Trustee Mr Nandan Kuthiala and the Principal Mr Girish Kumar applauded
the relentless efforts put in by our students under the able mentorship of Mr
Romesh, their coach.
Jodhamal introduces Drones in Education.
Jodhamal Public School, Jammu is well-known for its innovations and out-of-the-box ideas to ensure that all its students are given suitable platforms to exhibit their latent talents. Already a pioneer in STEM education, Jodhamal Public School, for the first time in J&K, started F-1 in schools, In 2016-17 and in 2022 won the F-1 in schools world finals.
To further reinforce the robust presence of STEM at School, the School has, of late, introduced drones in education, in collaboration with an upcoming technology start-up in Delhi.
Knowing the fact that Artificial Intelligence, IoT, Robotics and Drones are the future of technology, Jodhamal wishes to catch the talent young and tap them into the right direction. In this connection, an Orientation Programme for the students from Class VI to Class XI was organized to enlighten the students about UAVs and Drones and their impactful use in surveillance, farming, wars etc. About 1500 students attended the Session which was conducted under the technical mentorship of Mr Shubham Taneja, an expert in the field. Such programmes will not merely help our students enhance their scientific skills and thorough insight of UAVs and drones on their application and utility but also hone the technical skills of our students and create a bunch of future critical thinkers and problem-solvers.
In the drone education, the students will be able to assemble a basic drone and learn how to manoeuvre it. They will work in teams under the expert guidance of their teachers and coaches. In the last quarter of 2023, selected teams from Jodhamal will participate in PAN-INDIA drone competitions. The testing of the drones assembled by the students would be done in the school’s Multi-Purpose Hall (MPH). Which has a clear height of nearly 40 feet and length of nearly 160 feet.
Students were fascinated by the programme and parents appreciated the efforts of the School in introducing the latest innovations in the field of technology. Such programmes will strengthen the already existing STEM programmes of the School make sure that the students get a holistic exposure during their stay in the School.
Jodhamal’s Ranveer Shan to represent India in World Championship in Italy.
Ranveer Singh Shan, Class 10 th student of Jodhamal Public School has created history by being selected
to represent India in the Under – 19 th Roller Skating World Championship, 2023 to be held in Italy in
September / October. He will also represent India in the 19 th Asian Roller Skating Championship 2023 to
be held in China in August.
Over the years, Ranveer Singh Shan has participated in 09 School Nationals where he has won 03 Gold,
12 Silver and 05 Bronze medals.
In State & District Level he has won 25 Gold, 12 Silver and 8 Bronze Medals.
He follows a very strict and disciplined practice schedule of 02 hours exercise early morning before
school and 04 hours practice in the evening.
Jodhamal School felicitated him and his parents Mr. Rakesh Kumar Shan and Mrs. Renu Shan for the
single minded dedication for the game. For last many years he has been coached by Mr. Kamal Anand,
the school skating coach and Mr. Rahul Kaush, Coach from Mohali.
Trustee, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala and Principal, Mr. Girish Kumar applauded the efforts of the student for
adding more medals to the Jodhamal Family and also encouraged him to continue winning in the future
Jodhamal skaters win in Nationals at Bangalore.
Jodhamal skaters win in Nationals at Bangalore
Karnataka Roller Skating Association (KRSA) in association with India Skate had organised 60th National Roller Skating Championship 2022 which was recently held at Bangalore. 31 Skaters of Jodhamal Public School participated in these nationals and represented Jammu & Kashmir team.
28 teams from various states and UTs participated in nationals. Total skaters were around 4500 and they participated in various categories, started from 05 years and the Senior category of 18 years and above. 149 skaters from Jammu and Kashmir were participated.
The Jodhamal skaters Tabish Haider clinched Silver in 1000 meter race and Ranveer Singh Shan clinched Gold in 200 meter and Bronze in 100 meter race. Dhruv Sadotra, Namish Gupta, Aahan Sharma and Gurjas Singh were represented J&K Team in roller skating and their team won the bronze medal after defeating Andhra Pradesh team by 2-1 in very hard fought match.
School Principal, Dr Deep Khare appreciated the students for their efforts and motivated the students to continue excelling in the same spirit. He also applauded the Skating coach Kamal Anand and Ritish Jamwal for their undeterred support and training to the student.
Jodhamal’s Teams Shine at F1 in Schools.
Three teams from Jodhamal Public School participated in recently held Formula One
(F1) in Schools National Finals, held at Amity University in Delhi. The three teams
were selected to participate at national level through the regional qualifiers.
The Three Teams are Marlin Racing, Presto Racing and Zebion Racing
F1 in Schools is an international STEM competition for school children, in which
groups of 3–6 students have to design and manufacture a miniature car out of the
official F1 Model Block.
All three teams showcased exceptional talent and skills throughout the National
Finals. They participated in several categories and received appreciation and awards.
The team Marlin Racing members include Puneesh Singh Manhas , Adhwik Mahajan,
Parmeet Singh , Aamay Gupta , Siddhi Vinayak , Akshar Bhasin.Team Presto
members include Pranjal Gupta , Arhaam Chopra , Amay Kawatra and Aprameya
Gupta .Team Zebion members: Dhairya Gupta , Pavit Singh , Daanial Butt , Aaryan
Bakshi, Nishant Verma leveraged their talent under the guidance of Mrs. Neetu johri.
After 3 days of model assessment across various technical domains, the national finals
ended with an award ceremony where various awards were given to different teams.
Team Marlin Racing had the 3rd fastest car in the competition and was awarded with
a trophy. Team Zebion Racing was nominated for the ‘chair of judges award’. The Pit
Display, Car Models and the Team presentation were appreciated by the Judges and
Jodhamal in collaboration with Time of sports has been sending teams to F1 in School
competition for the last 5 years. Together they have been promoting the growth of
STEM learning in the region.
Trustee of the school Nandan Kuthiala , Principal Dr. Deep Khare congratulated and
appreciated the efforts of the teams. He also added that it’s a life skill which is beyond
books and curriculum learning by doing at a very advanced and scientific level.
Earlier in June 2022, in the F1 in Schools held at Silverstone, United Kingdom.
Team Helios Racing of Jodhamal School had represented India and won the
World Finals. In this competition 53 teams from 26 countries had participated.
TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON ONLINE EXAMINATION (GESE) 2022 HELD AT JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Jodhamal Public School being the first registered examination centre in Jammu and Kashmir conducted online Trinity exam on 25thof November via video conference .A significant number of students appeared for Graded Examination in Spoken English under Trinity Assessments with three different Examiners-Ms.Hilary Page ,Ms.Catherine Bes and Ms.Yvonne Dagan’s deputed by Trinity College London. Extending warm greetings to the examiners with endearing words, the students conversed with them quite confidently and were able to answer all the questions.
GESE teacher trainers Ms.Shilpi Saroch ( Asst. Coord),Ms.Meenu Kesar,Ms.Chetna Bhat,Ms. Porshia Kapoor,Ms.Vandana Sharma,Ms Harshi Sharma,Ms.Jasmeet kour,Ms.Bandana Sharma,Ms.Surkhraj Kapoor, Ms.Sakshi Sharma,Ms.Jyoti Abrol and Ms.Manvinder left no stone unturned in mentoring the students to develop transferable skills required both for academic as well as real life situations.The examination was well coordinated by Area coordinator Smriti Malhotra and Trinity Coordinator Tamana Pandohi .Principal Dr. Deep Khere congratulated the students and acknowledged the relentless efforts made by Team Trinity.
The Pre-Primary wing of Jodhamal Public School, celebrated its annual sports day
with great zeal and enthusiasm in which students of classes Pre Nursery, LKG and
UKG participated. Trustee of the institution, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, the Principal, Dr.
Deep Khare and Vice Principal, Mrs. Shefali Sanwal were present to grace the event.
The event was inaugurated by the Deputy Superintendent of Police, Ms. Albeena
Malik by releasing tri-color balloons in the air. Mr. Javed Ahmed, Dy. SP ( Deputy
Superintendent of Police) was the Chief Guest at the Annual Sports meet.
The event began with skating, where the zooming skaters went buzzing on their roller
skates and showcased their skills of balancing and racing side by side. The UKG
coral's toddlers mesmerised the audience by their moves in a Zumba dance. The day
witnessed a series of competitive events following innovative themes right from play
groups to UKG. Prince and Princess race, Drag the ball, Count and Run, Bunny and
Gems race, Smiley Race, Three leg race, Giraffe race and balloon bursting
competition were some of the major highlights of the event. Tiny tots showcased
competitiveness and performed very well in each of the events little kids participated
and performed in various events with full vigor. The day concluded with some action
packed races for pre primary school staff, and tug of war wherein all the teachers
actively participated so as to demonstrate the importance of sports and games in life.
The Chief Guest, Mr. Javed Ahmed was spell bound by the enthusiasm and
sportsmanship of not only the little ones, but also their mentors. Dr. Deep Khare,
Principal of Jodhamal Public School appreciated the hard work put in by Mrs. Neetu
Johri (Coordinator), Ms. Dolly Chandhoke, Ms. Amita Charak, Ms. Vinti Bhasin,
Ms. Priyanka Verma, Ms. Gagandeep Kour, Ms. Preeti Puri, Ms. Suvidha Anand,
Ms. Anjali Gupta, Ms. Shriya, teachers of the pre-primary wing and the
CCA Coordinator, Ms. Deepali Puri in making this event a grand success. The Sports
department teachers who helped in organizing the meet were Mr. Vishal Samrat,
Mr. Abhishek, Mr. Ritish Jamwal, Mr. Romesh Chander, Mr. Vindo Dogra, Ms. Pooja
Bassan, Mr. Aruna Jamwal, Ms. Ruchi and Ms. Geetanjali. The events of the sports
day was structured in a way to methodically test the physical and mental abilities of
Jodhamal's Junior wing celebrates Annual Day
Jodhamal Public School celebrated its eighteenth junior Wing Annual Day on
Saturday, the 3 rd of December, 2022 amidst great zest and vibrancy. Mr. Rohit
Kansal (IAS), Additional Secretary, Government of India was the esteemed Chief
Guest. Mr. Bhupinder Kumar, IAS Administrative Secretary, Health and Medical
Education Department, J&K was the guest of honour. Among the Dignitaries present
were Mr. Sanjeev Verma (IAS) Commissioner Secretary, Mr. Piyush Singla (IAS)
Secretary GAD, Mr. Prithipal Singh (IPS) DIG, Ms. Baljeet Kaur (IRS) Additional
Commissioner Income Tax and Ms. Ankita Kar Additional Commissioner Tax and
Among the management, present were Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Ms. Arati
Kuthiala, Director, Dr.Deep Khare, Principal and Ms. Shefali Sanwal, Vice-Principal.
The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp to invoke God’s
blessings. This entailed the welcome speech by Ms. Sarojj, Coordinator, Junior
Annual report of the session was released and read by the Principal Dr.
Deep Khare. He congratulated the school stakeholder for the No. 1 ranking of the
school in Jammu and Kashmir by the most prestigious journal, Education World for
the 8th consecutive year presented to the top schools Pan India. Jodhamal School
had the rare honour and distinction of being awarded the ‘GREAT PLACE TO
STUDY’ at the House of Commons, London.Very proudly, he applauded the winning
of Racing Team ‘Helios’ for their creditable conquest at world finals 2022,
SILVERSTONE UK. He further added ‘The Exceptional Schools of India’ award
ensnared by Jodhamal public school in Global Educators fest among 25 schools
PAN India 2022 held at Jaipur. Another commendation was the School of Eminence
Award earned by Jodhamal Public School in 2021 amongst 80 schools PAN India. In
addition to the above, Harmanjot Singh won the most prestigious award, The
Pradhanmantri Rashtriya Bal Shakti Puraskar by Honourable PM Modi. Secondly,
being conferred with Diana Award initiated and supported by ROYAL BRITISH
FAMILY was yet another feather to his cap. Keeping the tradition alive, the National
award winning team of India Today News Wiz Quiz was also felicitated. Aiming to
reciprocate the community ,various academic, sports and cocurricular awards were
presented as a token of appreciation & gratitude.
Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, The Trustee, spoke of the future plans and presented his
vision for the progress of the school.
The highlight of the Show ‘Guru Vandana’ was presented with Grace, Poise, Rhythm
& perfect Synchronization. The children infused the feeling of Devotion &
Introspection to augment Soul Searching. Students represented the historical art and
culture of our country depicting the journey of dance from the ancient Era (The Nritya
Natalika Period) to the modern Technical Era through different dance forms and
drama. The name of the play was ‘Evolution of Dance’. Rajasthani, Gujarati, Bihu
and Dogri folk dances were performed by students with dramatic expression
combined with rhythmic intricacy left the audience spellbound. The basic purpose of
the whole play was to make the people understand the intensity of our Indian dance
forms. The Costume & Make-up Departments out did themselves for the same. The
hard work & toil of the Art & Craft Department reflected vividly through the 3D props
displayed on Stage. All the spectators were spellbound to see the energetic and
iconic performances displayed by the students, Jodhamal School believes in making
the students self-reliant, conscious and responsible citizens of the society. Ms.
Deepali Puri, the CCA Coordinator presided over the prize giving ceremony, the
event was anchored by Ms. Sarojj and Ms. Smriti Malhotra, the Coordinators of
Junior Wing. On behalf of Team Jodhamal the main awards were received by the
Overall planner and management of the events was Ms. Deepali Puri. The play was
directed by Ms. Sakshi and Ms. Meenu Kesar. Dances were choreographed by Ms.
Aarti Mahajan, Ms. Shivali Rai and Ms. Shruti Bakshi. Compering was done by Ms.
Sarojj. Prize distribution was concluded by Ms. Shilpi Saroch, Ms. Smriti Malhotra
and Ms. Bhupinder Kour. Vote of thanks was given by Deputy Head boy, Lakshav
Mr. Rohit Kansal appreciated the efforts of children and teachers of Jodhamal
School for excellent academic results of junior school. He gave special mention to
the developing infrastructure and accentuated that Jodhamal continues to be the
pioneer in the world of education. The Chief Guest in his speech expressed
appreciation for the laudable efforts of the Principal & his Team. He motivated the
students by urging them to hone their talents & felicitated them with Prizes. The
programme was culminated with a Pious concluding of the National Anthem.
EDUCATIONAL FAIR HELD AT JODHAMAL.
Jodhamal Public School scheduled an Educational Open House &
Interactive Session catering to an yearlong responsibility to make Parents &
Children learn about the courses at various Universities across the World.
The participating Universities were Indian School of Hospitality, O.P Jindal
Global University, Ashoka University, Plaksha University, Benett University,
NIIT University, Pearl Academy of Fashion, UPES, SRM University, G D
Goenka University, Gurgaon, MIT World peace University, Pune, Thapar
University, Chandigarh, Indian School of Hospitality, IILM University,
Chitkara University, Flame University, Krea University etc.
There was a separate International desk manned by experts for admission
in Universities in United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Ireland etc.
Parents & Students of Classes IX, X, XI & XII visited the Venue to Interact
with the Representatives of the above enlisted Universities to get aware of
the Best Courses available. This allowed the Children & the Parents to get
acquainted with the Facilities & the Structure of the same.
The face-to-face meeting was indeed an overwhelming experience with the
purpose of increasing Visibility, build Relationship & develop a Sense of
This helped each Child build a connect through the Positive Communication
that reinforces the Right Academic habit.
JODHAMAL WON BEST DELEGATION AWARD at KCMUN.
Team Jodhamal has over the years created a legacy by participating and winning
in various MUNs all over the country including top boarding schools. Jodhamal
Public School had sent a delegation of 20 students to participate in KCMUN,
recently held at KC Public School.
Jodhamal students made an impact by winning various awards along with the
Best Delegation Trophy. There were 7 Committees consisting of UNSC,
UNCSW, UNHCR, CCC, AIPPM, Lok Sabha and International Press with
different agendas where children debated and deliberated upon different ideas.
With a high-spirited tough competition, JMPIANS had a smooth sail with number
of awards bestowed upon them and they were applauded by one and all for their
exceptional performance in various committees.
Maahira Sharma was adjudged Best Delegate. Sanvi Arora, Puneesh Singh
Manhas and Amaay Gupta got High Conmendataion. Special Mention Award
was received by Ahmed Ayaan, Vitasta Zutshi, Prajna Gupta. Arham Chopra,
Aarav Handoo, Bhavya Mahajan, Kartikaye Choudhary, Naman Sharma and
Syed Ibrahim received Verbal mention. Manya Pandey, Laisha Verma, Advay
Singh, Sannidhya, Naisha Gupta, Jiniya Gupta and Abhiraj also made a mark in
their respective committees. Students were trained and guided by the MUN
Coordinator Ms Deepmala.
Efforts of all these students and their mentor were appreciated by the Trustees of
the school Mr Nandan Kuthiala and Ms Arati Kuthiala, Principal Dr Deep Khare
and Vice Principal Ms Shefali Sanwal. All the Muners were felicitated by the
Principal in the school assembly.
Jodhamal skaters selected for Nationals at Bangalore
The skaters of Jodhamal School brought laurel by winning bagful of medals including 30 gold, 16
silver and 8 bronze in the State level Championship organised by J and K Roller Skating
Association at M A Stadium and Peer Kho Stadium.
Team Jodhamal got maximum number of medals in these championship. The students were
coached by Kamal Anand and Ritish Jamwal, Skating Coachs of Jodhamal School.
29 students of Jodhamal were selected for National Level championship which is going to be
held at Bangalore are Rajveer Singh Shan, Yuvraj Singh, Aahana Gupta, Sugandh Mahajan,
Anandini Sharma, Medhansh Sawhney, Pavit Gupta, Aayraa Vashisht, Viransh Gupta, Aayan
Sharma, Tavish Haider Chib, Ainoor Johar, Gurjas Singh, Aahan Sharma, Dhruv Gupta, Namish
Gupta, Aamya Vashisht, Aysha Mubeen, Priya mahajan, Serish Abrol, Akshita Sharma, Shravani
Mahajan, Daanial Butt, Sameer Rahi, Saksham Sharma, Aisha Haider, Aarohi Gupta, Abiha
Fatima and Ciya Raina.
Also in recently held Sahodaya Roller Skating Competition held at Birla Open Minds, Team
Jodhamal emerged as Overall champion and won maximum number of medals– 16 Gold, 07
Silver and 10 Bronze in various categories.
The winners were felicitated in a special assembly by Principal, Dr. Deep Khare, and he said that
the route to success lies in hard work and dedication. He applauded the efforts of the students
and their coaches for winning the maximum medals in this tournament and for bringing the
laurels to Jodhamal.
TRINITY COLLEGE EXAM HELD AT JODHAMAL
Taking their first steps in exploring performance, musical and
communication skills with in a familiar and supportive atmosphere,
the tiny toddlers of Jodhamal Public school appeared for the Young
Performers Certificate Assessment conducted by Trinity College of
Ms.Fiona Gillies a trained actor at the Webber Douglas Academy
London and with a professional career in Royal Shakespeare
Company was the examiner .The aspirants put up a brilliant show for
the awards and had a wonderful interaction with the examiner. She
commended the hardwork of the trainers and was enthralled to see the
high-spirited performance of the children with vibrant
costumes,characters, sounds & movements .
Principal Dr. Deep Khere honored Ms. Fiona Gilles by presenting a
memento and appreciated the hard work done by the teachers trainers
Ms.Gagandeep ,Ms. Preeti, Ms.Priyanka & Ms.Vinti, Coordinator Ms.
Neetu Johri and Trinity Coordinator Tamana Pandohi for its smooth
execution and competition.
Jodhamal School was the first school to start Trinity College
programs in J&K and it is the oldest examination Centre in the UT.
Jodhamal students shines in KC Tech Fest.
Young Innovators and IT learners of Jodhamal Public School won numerous
prizes in recently conducted “ KC’ INNOVIZ 2022 - IT Fest : A Hackathon”,
organised at KC Public School.
Team of 20 students from Jodhamal Public school participated and exhibited their
programming and coding skills and bagged seven prizes in following events 1st
prize by Hisham of class 9 and 2nd prize by Saksham of class 11 in Video Editing ,
Ist prize by Shambhavi of class 9th in War of words, 1 st prize by Oshin Gupta of
class 6 in Typo Master, 2 nd prize by Jayendra of class 6 th in Abrade the game, 2 nd
prize by Aradhak and Aditya Sharma of class 11 in Logo designing and 3 rd prize by
Vibhas Kumar of class 11 in Debugging . The Trustee, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala and the
Principal , Dr. Deep Khare congratulated the team and their mentors Ms. Sheetal
Pathania, Ms. Kiranjit, Ms. Akriti Sethi, Ms. Pooja Sharma , Ms. Surbhi and other
teachers of the Computer Department for their significant achievement and
encouraged the young minds to renovate their knowledge into skills for the future.
The IT Fest included 11 different events of Hackathon and various schools like GD
Goenka, Heritage, KC Public, KC International , Birla Open Minds, SOS and Model
Investiture ceremony held at Jodhamal.
Recently Investiture Ceremony was held at Jodhamal Public School to felicitate its newly
elected Prefect Council, for the session 2022-23.The honorable Chief Guest, Mr. J. P. Singh,
IPS – Retd., Former Inspector General, along with school's trustee, Mr Nandan Kuthiala,
Director, Ms. Arati Kuthiala, Principal, Dr. Deep Khare, Vice Principal, Mrs Shefali Sanwal and
the parents of the Prefect Council members were graciously escorted into the hall by the NCC
The NCC cadets of the schools displayed their skills and event commenced with a mellifluous
welcome song sung by the school choir. Thereafter, Ms. Mubeen Butt, CCA Coordinator – Sr.
Wing introduced the Prefect Council members – Parthi Gupta ( Head Girl), Karmanya Wahi
(Head Boy), Prachi Motiyal (Deputy Head Girl), Lakshav Singh Sambyal (Deputy Head Boy),
Asmi Mahajan and Danishveer Singh ( Academic Prefects), Suhani Sharma, Akshat Dogra and
Ayaan Malhotra (CCA Prefects), Nandita Mehta, Ciya Gupta and Aditya Abrol (Sports Prefect),
Aanya Anand and Medansh Thusoo (Eco Prefects), Adhya Sharma and Atin Wazir (Discipline
Prefect); followed by the House Prefects, Nishtha Anand and Mukul Dev Verma for Challenge
House, Asfee Khan and Harshal Chawla for Discovery House, Vinisha Barala and Fozan Rahi
for Enterprise House, Amishi Mahajan and Joshua Thomas Johnson for Invention House; the
Neutral Vice Prefects Mitashi Arora, Anirudh Mahajan, Maahira Sharma, Naman Sharma,
Manasvi Singh, Anish Arora, Sarish Jain, Shubham Singh Jaral, Prajna Gupta, Mrigank
Chadha; House Prefects Vanshika Gupta, Dewang Gupta, Akshdeep Kaur, Tushar Gupta,
Vironika Rajput, Dikshit Gupta, Livanya Mehta and Eklavya Mahajan.
The Principal of the School, Dr Deep Khare read the charter of duty and responsibility. The
Prefect Council took the oath and pledged to accept and uphold the responsibilities and duties
mentioned in the Charter.
The Chief Guest felicitated the Prefect members with sashes and badges, along with the
Principal, Vice Principal, Junior School CCA Coordinator, Ms Deepali Puri. The House Prefects
were felicitated by their House Masters – Mr. Ajay Kumar, Ms. Neerja Puri, Ms. Harmeet Kukkal
and Ms. Aashima Sharma.
The spirit of the event was lifted by the valuable words of Mr. J. P. Singh, the Chief Guest, and
Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, the Trustee of the School. The Investiture Ceremony was organised by
the Ms. Mubeen Butt, CCA Coordinator – Sr. Wing,
Thereafter, the Head Girl, Head Boy, Deputy Head Girl, and Deputy Head boy addressed the
gathering with their articulate speeches and shared how they envisioned to take the school to
greater heights. This was followed by the National Anthem.
As the event headed towards its conclusion, everyone headed for the refreshments and
photographs to capture the special moments as memories forever.
Jodhamal School ranked top school.
Jodhamal Public School has once again been ranked amongst the best Schools in
the Country and the Top Co – Education School in J&K, consecutively for the
eighth year in a row by the prestigious Magazine, Education World. For the past 16
years, Education World in collaboration with C-Fore have been conducting a
nationwide survey in May-July and more than 10,000 schools all over India
participate in this survey. Jodhamal success can be attributed to improved
performance across the 14 parameters like Academic Reputation, Competence of
Faculty, Co-Curriculum Activities, Infrastructure, Discipline, Community Service,
Sports Education, Leadership, Management quality, Life Skills & teacher-student
ratio. Over the past four months C-fore personnel interviewed more than 15,000
parents, principals, teachers and senior school students in 350 cities countrywide,
and requested them to rate schools in their region on a ten point scale across 14
parameters of education excellence. Recently, the award winning Schools of
respective states were felicitated recently in New Delhi, wherein Mr. Nandan
Kuthiala, Trustee and Dr. Deep Khare, Principal received this prestigious award on
behalf of the school. Some other notable winners were Vasant Valley School, The
Doon School, Mayo College, DPS RK Puram, Mayo Girls College, The Cathedral
and John Canon School Mumbai, Sanskriti School New Delhi, Mallya
International Bangalore, Modern School, New Delhi, Welham Girls and Scindia
School, Gwalior etc.
On behalf of the organizer, Eminent Educationist Mr. Sumer Singh presented the
award and congratulated all the winners and highlighted the changing preference
from Pure academic-based education to holistic education. They also spoke on the
evolution of education in the 21st Century, which has moved in since with the need
of the time. Mr. Sumer Singh appreciated Jodhamal Public School for giving the
education par excellence to the next generation. School Management while
thanking the present and past members of Team Jodhamal, acknowledged that
"The award is a testimony of the hard work, dedication, and sense of purpose of
each and every stake holder of the Jodhamal fraternity". They also thanked the
Staff, Students and Parents of team Jodhamal for their collaborative approach and
hard work which made this award possible.
JODHAMAL YOUTH CONCLAVE CONCLUDES.
The three days of great enthusiasm, heated debates, parliamentary diplomacy and fun filled
socials, the Jodhamal Youth Conclave concluded with a wave of firm conviction that now
is the time for the youth to build human solidarity around the world with not only the
nation but the world at peace not in pieces. The JYC theme for 2022 was “establishing
morality in mayhem”
Overwhelming participation of nearly 400 students from around 20 schools attended this
prestigious 3 days’ function. Delegates from Mayo College, Ajmer, Scindia School,
Gwalior and Yadavindra Public School, Patiala DPS amongst others also participated in
The Chief Guest of the closing ceremony Dr. Ram Thakur, Academic Director
K C Public School appreciated the effort being put up by the students and the faculty of
Jodhamal Public School.
The best delegate were awarded to Tuhina, Anupriya Bawar from MCGS, Ajmer,
Vihaan Gupta and Medhaj Pathania from KC public School, Jammu, Atharav
Dabgotra from Heritage School, Jammu, Ryan Lamba from Jodhamal Public School,
Jammu, Reeva Khedkar, Individual, Joaane from DPS Udhampur. The Outstanding
delegates were awarded to Aahana Tak, Ridhima Chadha, Simran and Abhijay
Charak, Individual, Aarav Handoo, Iqra Jahangir and Kshitij Goindi from Jodhamal
Public School, Shambhavi Gupta from KC Public School, Khushi Rajput from KC
International School, Sudaksh Raina from G D Goenka, Jammu.
JYC as usual was planned, organized and very successfully implemented by the
Directorate of JYC. The Directorate of JYC 2022 were Karmanya Wahi, Lakshav Singh
Sambyal, Ayaan Malhotra, Akshat Dogra, Kush Manchanda, Suhani Sharma, Vinisha
Barala, Aanya Anand, Divyanshi Takroo and Harshal Chawla. The Conference Director is
Ms. Anjali Gupta and the mentor teachers are Ms. Mubeen Butt, Ms. Deepmal and Ms.
Pooja Sharma. Ms. Varisha Bari, Mr. Anoop and Ms. Karanpreet Kour are the Mentor cum
Escort Teachers of Mayo College (Ajmer), Scindia Schools (Gwalior) and YPS Patiala. In
last 2 days, three issues of MUNBelievable, the magazine of JYC 2022 were also released.
The JYC delegates witnessed amazing performances by School Choir Group and the
school rock band “Stamped”. Audio Video presentation was done of the “Giving Back to
Society” activities, Charity, Scholarships, donations etc. done by the team Jodhamal in the
As the function culminated with the 3 days of exhilarating debates, extremely fun socials
and a plethora of emotions. The Directorate hopes that every delegate had a time which
they would cherish. It was a unique experience to enhance their debating skills.
Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) inaugurated
The fifth chapter of Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) kickstarted on 30 th September in the
JYC is an effort that has been initiated by Jodhamal to make the students aware of the fast
changing global Politics, Social and environmental scenarios. More than 350 students from
around 20 schools are attending this 3 days function. Delegates from Mayo College
(Ajmer), Scindia Schools (Gwalior) and YPS Patiala are also participating in JYC 2022.
JYC started with full vigour in the Multipurpose Hall of Jodhamal Public School where
Mr. Vijay Bakaya, IAS (Retd.), former Chief Secretary, Jammu and Kashmir graced the
occasion as the Chief guest of the day and gave an inspirational key note address which
stirred the entire conference.
The JYC 2022 theme is “establishing morality in mayhem” and the montage was released.
The best part of the JYC was that it is by the students, for the students and of the students
initiative. The students worked very hard to make it a successful event. The Conference
Director is Ms. Anjali Gupta and the mentor teachers are Ms. Mubeen Butt, Ms. Deepmal
and Ms. Pooja Sharma. Ms. Varisha Bari, Mr. Anoop and Ms. Karanpreet Kour are the
Mentor cum Escort Teachers of Mayo College (Ajmer), Scindia Schools (Gwalior) and YPS
The 8 Committees of JYC 2022 are United Nations General Assembly (The 6 th Committee),
All India Political Party Meet, United Nations Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space,
United Nations Peace building Commission, United Nations General Assembly (DISEC),
International Press Corps, International Consortium of Journalism and Lok Sabha.
The Directorate of JYC 2022 are Karmanya Wahi, Lakshav Singh Sambyal, Ayaan
Malhotra, Akshat Dogra, Kush Manchanda, Suhani Sharma, Vinisha Barala, Aanya Anand,
Divyanshi Takroo and Harshal Chawla. MUNBelievable, the magazine of JYC 2022 was
also released at the ceremony.
The meet was declared open by the Secretary General Karmanya Wahi and the entire
Directorate welcomed all the guests and dignitaries. Trustee Nandan Kuthiala, Director Arati
Kuthiala along with the Principal Dr. Deep Khare and Vice Principal Shefali Sanwal
witnessed the program and blessed the students for the three days of Brainstorming and
having fun while learning and take along with them experiences that have enriched them
with more knowledge, learning and social skills that would provide the delegates confidence
to grow into better versions of themselves to confide, plan and execute better in times to
Jodhamal Youth Conclave provides young citizens a forum for Independent thinking while
honoring diverse opinions; trusting and harnessing others; motivation and action Along with
the important elements JYC believes in enhancing self-image; learning through dialogue;
accepting the unknown; being a role model in finding supporters that share their passion;
respecting different values; offering different ways to get involved; good communication
between management and the field.
Jodhamal Juniors Celebrate Grandparents Day
Jodhamal Public School celebrated Grandparents Day with remarkable zest recently to
show the love, affection and gratitude towards their elders. School had put up a wonderful
show where the little ones surprised each and everybody by putting up a scintillating
performance for their beloved grandparents. The programme was kick started with Ganesh
Vandana, which was much appreciated by one and all. Ghoomar, Tribal Dance and Patriotic
theme dance were the highlights of the show.
Zumba and free style dance performances presented by the little kids stole the show, followed
by a party song by our juniors. Each item was choregraphed by the teachers and the children
wanted to showcase their love towards their Dadu, Dadi, Nanu and Nani. Many items such as
songs and Games were put up for the enthusiastic grandparents, which were participated by
one and all. The JMPians made everyone sway and enter their world of fun and frolic, thus
making the Grandparents Day a huge success. The grandparents were encouraged to
showcase their singing and dancing skills on the stage.
The programme begin with the lightning of lamp by Chief Guest, Ms. Yasha Mudgal (IAS),
Secretary Co-operative Deptt. Guest of Honour, Mr. Mudasar Farooq Ganai, Chief
Judicial Magistrate and Ms. Arati Kuthiala (Director). Welcome address was given by Dr.
Deep Khare (Principal). The entire administration of the school appreciated the efforts of
Mrs. Neetu Johri (Coordinator), Mrs. Deepali Puri (CCA In-charge), the entire Pre- primary
teachers (Ms. Dolly Chandoke, Ms. Amita Charak, Ms. Suvidha Anand, Ms. Anjali Gupta,
Ms. Shreya Sharma, Ms. Priyanka Verma, Ms. Gagandeep Kour, Ms. Vinti Bhasin, Ms.
Preeti Puri), Dance Department (Ms. Shruti Bakshi, Ms. Aadi Upadhayay, Ms. Shivali Rai,
Ms. Arti, Mr. Deepak) and Art & Craft Department (Ms. Shweta Manga, Ms. Aman,
Ms. Hemu Jaggi, Ms. Sonika Chalotra).
All Grandparents went highly satisfied and were very happy to see Jodhamal imparting values
among Gen Next in a fun filled plethora of activities. Coordination, Cooperation, Love, mutual
respect, team spirit and like are some of the values which are instilled through these
programmes involving the Grandparents by making them to participate in various Interactive
games and activities was the highlight of the day. Vote of Thanks was given by Ms. Shefali
Sanwal (Vice-Principal). She appreciated the efforts of the entire team of Pre-Primary Wing.
Jodhamal Excels in National Roller Skating Championship
Exhibiting sportsman spirit and enthusiasm to win, Pearl Suri of class 5 th and
Ranveer Singh Shan of class 9 th of Jodhamal Public School bought laurels to the
school by winning three gold medals and one bronze medal in All India 3 rd
Ranking National Level Roller Skating Championship held at Jodhpur, Rajasthan.
Ranveer Singh clinched 2 golds in 1 lap and 1000 mtr races along a cash prize of
Rs 6000 and Pearl Suri clinched 1gold and 1 bronze in 1 lap and 100 mtr.
The School Principal, Dr. Deep Khare appreciated the students for their efforts and
motivated the students to continue excelling in the same spirit.
He also applauded the skating coach Mr. Kamal Anand and Mr. Ritesh Jamwal for
their undettered support and training to the students.
Jodhamal’s team Helios is the F1 in Schools World Knockout Champion
In the recently held WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2022 of F1 in schools at
Silverstone (UK), Jodhamal team Helios won all 06 races in 03 days and was
declared the World Knockout Racing Champion of 2022 at F1 in school world
Jodhamal’s team Helios was representing India at the World Finals. More than
53 team from over the 25 countries were participating in the finals. The team
members of Helios racing are Saksham Sagar, Aryaman Bansal, Samridh
Sharma, Samik J Singh, Ashmit Gupta and Mysha Tabrez and are mentored by
Ms. Neetu Johri.
In Silverstone, team Helios racing defeated Team Pharos and team Super Nova
both from China. They also defeated Anemoi Racing team from England, Team
Istiophix and Team Zenith from United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Based on the Formula 1 Motorsport, F1 in Schools is the World largest STEM
challenge. The competition involves the designing and manufacturing of
miniature working F1 car Model by individual teams from all over the globe.
These models then race with each other on 25 meter long track. It has been a
04 years journey for Team Helios Racing from participating in Finals to national
finals in late 2021, which enabled the team to represent India t the World
The Final Race with team Pharos from China was neck to neck and ultimately
Team Helios racing was with a close margin of 0.027 seconds. Astonishingly
this car managed to achieve relative velocity of nearly 75 Km/hours in the
confines of the 25 meter race track. Over the years very few teams from Asia,
Europe, Africa and Australia have managed to win the World Knock out Racing
at World Finals. Most of school teams which have won are usually from
The management and staff of Jodhamal School congratulated and appreciated
the efforts of the team. The 06 races to victory can be seen on the YouTube
link https://youtu.be/KCdDTixdlx8 and details of F1 World Champion at
Silverstone can be seen at YouTube link https://youtu.be/WTahkfyP2jY
Jodhamal's Harmanjot Interacts with PM MODI
Harmanjot Singh a brilliant student of class 10, Jodhamal Public School interacted with
Honourable Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi at the Grand Finale of Smart India
Hackathon 2022 (World’s Biggest Open Innovation Model Competition) held recently in the
presence of Honourable Union Education Minister, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan and all
dignitaries of Ministry of Education. Harmanjot was declared as the Smart India Hackathon
Junior 2022 Winner. Harmanjot showcased his innovative Smart Glove that monitors real-
time health parameters. The Prime Minister praised his parents for all their support and
encouragement. Harmanjot Singh has also been conferred with the Pradhan Mantri
Rashtriya Bal Shakti Puraskar 2021 and declared as the Winner of 2022 MIT (Massachusetts
Institute of Technology, USA) Appathon International Competition held in this year August.
Earlier also Harmanjot had interacted with Honourable PM Modi when he was awarded the
National Bal Puraskar. Recently he was conferred with the very prestigious International
lady Daina Award 2022, the Jury of this award comprises of Prince William, Duke of
Cambridge, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Gordon Brown, Former Prime Minister of the
Dr. Deep Khare, the principal and Ms. Shefali Sanwal, the Vice Principal of Jodhamal School
while praising the efforts of Harmanjot commented that he has been a very dedicated and
conscientious student in the school over the years.
SIH (Smart India Hackathon) is a nationwide initiative to provide students a platform to
solve the pressing problems of society, organizations, and government. It aims to inculcate
the culture of product innovation, problem-solving and out-of-the-box thinking among
students. The growing popularity of SIH can be gauged from the fact that the number of
teams registered for SIH has seen a four-fold growth from around 7500 in the first edition to
about 29,600 in the ongoing fifth edition. This year, it is special as more than 15,000
students and mentors travelled to the 75 nodal centres to take part in the SIH 2022 grand
finale on the occasion of 75th Year of Independence. Students from over 2900 schools and
2200 Higher Education Institutions tackled 476 problem statements from across 53 Union
Ministries in the finale.
JODHAMAL SCHOOL HONOURED IN JAIPUR
At the recently held very prestigious Global Educators Fest 2022 in
Jaipur Jodhamal Public School was conferred with the ‘Exceptional
Schools of India’ award. The esteemed award was introduced to
acknowledge the sagacity and coherence of outstanding schools,
including the quality and consistency of teaching. The last few years’
performance of the schools in the above parameters were taken into the
consideration for selecting schools for the above award. The theme for
this year at the education meet was “Transforming school curriculum:
empowering learning for life”.
The other notable award winning schools from various states were The
Doon School, Dehradun, Scindia School, Gwalior, Sagar School, Alwar,
Daly College, Indore, The Sunbeam School, Varanasi, Rajkumar College,
Raipur and Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet.
On behalf of the organizer, Abdulla Rasheed Ahmed, Minister for State
for Education, Republic of Maldives, and Lakshyaraj Singh Mewar,
Trustee, Maharana of Mewar Foundation & Vidyadan Charitable Trust
handed over the award and congratulated all the winners and highlighted
the changing preference from Pure academic-based education to
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, and Dr. Deep Khare, Principal Jodhamal
Public School received this prestigious award on behalf of the school.
Management thanked all the stakeholders of team Jodhamal over the
years for their dedication and hardwork which made this possible.
Result of a rope skipping competition JMPS Students Shine
JODHAMAL’S HARMANJOT CONFERRED WITH DIANA AWARD BY BRITISH ROYAL FAMILY
“Harmanjot Singh”, aged 14, of Jodhamal Public School, Jammu has distinguished himself by
winning the highest and most prestigious award for social actions and humanitarian efforts, THE
DIANA AWARD. This young philanthropist is the first school student ever from Jammu and Kashmir
to receive The Diana Award since 1999. He has also been conferred with The Pradhan Mantri
Rashtriya Bal Shakti Puruskar 2021.
Established in memory of Diana, Princess of Wales, the Diana Award was established in 1999 by a
board chaired by former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown. It has the full support of her
sons, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, and other members of
the British Royal Family.
There are 20 Diana Award judging panels representing each region or nation both in the UK and
internationally. The panel consists of three judges; they have an important purpose to determine
which nominations from each region or nation will receive a Diana Award. Nominations are judged
using the Criteria Guide created to assess youth's capability to bring a change in the world.
TEAM JODHAMAL extends its heartiest congratulations to Harmanjot Singh, an innovator, and a
forward thinker, for his exceptional achievement and wishes him great success in his future pursuit
of genuine selfless service to the world. Through him TEAM JODHAMAL wants to echo a voice for the
youth of the country that the human body is meant solely for service, never for indulgence.
PRE VACATION THEME PARTY
DRESS CODE, EYE MASK, DANCE,MUSIC, FUN AND WHAT NOT..... HAPPY HOLIDAYS ✈️
Anvika Mahajan of Jodhamal Public School, Jammu of class LKG Daffodils has made a mark in the India Book of Records in 3 different record categories under the 3-7 years age group.
Anvika Mahajan of Jodhamal Public School, Jammu of class LKG Daffodils has made a mark in the India Book of Records in 3 different record categories under the 3-7 years age group.
1. The first record is titled as “Medicines for Maximum Symptoms recalled by a child of this age group.”
2. The second record is titled as “The record for answering the maximum number of General Knowledge questions in one minute”.
3. The latest record is titled as “The record for answering the maximum number of General Knowledge questions in 30 seconds”.
This is a remarkable achievement for a student of the above mentioned age group. The entire Jodhamal fraternity congratulates the students and their parents for achieving this milestone.
INTACH inter school competition
JODHAMAL TEAM SHINES AT FORMULA-1 IN SCHOOLS
Three Formula-1 teams, namely Zebion Racing, Presto Racing and Marlin Racing
from Jodhamal Public School, Jammu recently participated in the Formula One (F1)
in Schools Regional Championship, held at Delhi. All three teams showcased
exceptional talent and skills throughout the competition.
The competition is modelled on the lines of the real-world Formula 1 motorsport,
involving the designing and manufacturing of a miniature working F1 car models.
Schools from all over the country participate and compete against each other.
School teams from all over the country reach out to participate in this prestigious
competition. Teams from Jodhamal put forward an exceptional performance in the
Regional Finals, wherein they won several awards and qualified for the National
This is the first time that 03 teams from an educational institution have qualified for
The team Zebion members include Dhairya Gupta, Pavit Singh, Daanial Butt, Nishant
Verma and Aaryan Bakshi. Team Presto members: Puneesh Singh Manhas, Pranjal
Gupta, Arhaam Chopra, Amay Kawatra and Aprameya Gupta. Team Marlin
members: Aamay Gupta, Adhwik Mahajan, Parmeet Singh, Akshar Bhasin leveraged
their talent into the challenge under the guidance of their mentor Mrs. Neetu Johri.
After 7 days of model assessment across various technical domains, the regional
finals ended with an award ceremony wherein the teams were nominated for Best
Newcomers Award, Best Project Management Award, Best Enterprise Portfolio
Award and more. Paving their way through all the hurdles, Team PRESTO was the
coveted the Resource and Development Award and high spot on the Winners’ list in
the Regional Finals.
Jodhamal’s Team Helios is representing INDIA at the F1 for schools world FINALS
being held in London in July 2022. Kindly see their efforts and progress trajectory in
the Youtube link https://youtu.be/WTahkfyP2jY
Jodhamal Public School in collaboration with Time of Sports, has been and continues
to be the only ‘STEM' approved school in J&K for last 4 years. Together, they aim to
promote the growth of STEM learning in the region.
Trustee of the school, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Principal Dr. Deep Khare congratulated
and appreciated the efforts of the teams. He also added that it’s a life skill which is
beyond books and curriculum, learning by doing at a very advance and scientific
Jodhamal Wins ENVIRONMENT Award
The Department of Ecology and Environment had initiated a Green Life Contest for students and School in the UT of Jammu and Kashmir. The motive of the LIFE (Life Style for Earth) contest was to encourage the students to make efforts for Cleanliness, encourage Plantations of the trees, plants and flowers.
Schools from all districts of J&K participated in the contest. Around 1300 students from Jodhamal School enthusiastically participated in the contest under the able guidance of their teachers and the CCA incharges Ms. Deepali Puri and Ms. Mubeen Butt.
The Theme for World Environment Day 2022 is “ONLY ONE EARTH”. Jodhamal Public School was declared as the Green Champ School by the department.
The Award Ceremony for the contest was held on 5th June 2022 at SKICC, Srinagar, where a proud students of Jodhamal Public School , Master Armaan Kansal received the award on behalf of his school from the honorable Lieutenant Governor Mr. Manoj Sinha.
The Trustee of Jodhamal Public School Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Director, Ms. Arati Kuthiala along with the Principal Dr. Deep Khare congratulated Team Jodhamal. They also thanked the Staff, Students and Parents of team Jodhamal for their collaborative approach and hard work.
Jodhamal Public School ranked top school in J&K
Jodhamal Public School has been ranked as the top School in J&K, consecutively for the seventh year in a row by the prestigious Magazine, Education World. For the past 15 years, Education World in collaboration with C-Fore have been conducting a nationwide survey in May-June and more than 5,000 top schools all over India participate in this survey. Jodhamal success can be attributed to improved performance across the 14 parameters like Academic Reputation, Competence of Faculty, Co-Curriculum Activities, Infrastructure, Discipline, Community Service, Sports Education, Leadership, Management quality, Life Skills & teacher-student ratio. Over the past four months C-fore personnel interviewed more than 10,000 parents, principals, teachers and senior school students in 350 cities countrywide, and persuaded them to rate schools in their region on a ten point scale across 14 parameters of education excellence. Recently, the award winning Schools of respective states were felicitated recently in New Delhi, wherein Nandan Kuthiala, received this prestigious award on behalf of the school. Some other notable winners in their respective states / cities were Vasant Valley School, The Doon School, Mayo College, DPS RK Puram, Mayo Girls College, The Cathedral and John Canon School Mumbai, Sanskriti School New Delhi, Mallya International Bangalore, Modern School, New Delhi, Welham Girls and Scindia School, Gwalior etc.
On behalf of the organizer, Dilip Thakore, Bhavin Shah, Summiya Yasmeen and other members of the Education World, congratulated all the winners and highlighted the changing preference from Pure academic-based education to holistic education. They also spoke on the evolution of education in the 21st Century, which has moved in since with the need of the time. Dilip Thakore appreciated Jodhamal Public School for giving the education par excellence to the next generation. Management said "The award is a testimony of the hard work, dedication, and sense of purpose of each and every stake holder of the Jodhamal fraternity". They also thanked the Staff, Students and Parents of team Jodhamal for their collaborative approach and hard work which made this award possible.
Jodhamal Ranked No. 1 School in J&K for 7th (Seventh) year in a row
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Jodhamal's Harmanjot wins at the National Youth IDEATHON 2021
Harmanjot Singh, a brilliant grade 9 student of Jodhamal Public School WON the Toppr Best App Idea Award and was adjudged as Best Theme Award Winner
for his new remarkable Internet of Things (IoT) Application Venture on Healthcare in the first ever National Youth Ideathon 2021 Competition,
organised by Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship in collaboration with CBSE and MEPSC (Management & Entrepreneurship and Professional Skills Council)
which comes under Skill India. He has innovated a novel wearable biomedical device himself, which integrates both embedded hardware and software technology
using smart unobtrusive sensors, advanced Machine Learning Algorithms and is controlled by a nano microchip.
The device is connected through wireless technology using the next gen Microchip ECC608 crypto chip to a cloud based mobile
application developed by Harmanjot Singh which is already published on Play Store. The device aims for a social cause to uphold
the mental wellness of the people. Pertinent to mention, he was the only one selected from Jammu and Kashmir in the Top 10 Finalists
amongst the 62000+ participants across India and Middle East after multiple rigorous rounds of tasks, challenges and long pitch
interviews by the panel of experienced and seasoned judges. The Award Ceremony was held on 20th November at Convocation Hall, Indian Institute of Technology,
Delhi (IIT Delhi) where Harmanjot Singh presented his final pitch with his research paper published in International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations
in Technology, which is very unique and impressive. Usually Research Scholars studying in Universities get their papers published in that exclusive Journal.
Harmanjot was thus awarded with Best App Idea Trophy and cash prize of ₹25,000 along with incubation and mentor support. Globally Renowned Venture Capitalists and
Investors present there were extremely impressed with his prototype and venture idea.These Venture Capitalists also offered provide him funding, scholarship for
training in Silicon Valley ,USA Youth Ideathon was India’s largest K-12 school level Ideas festival to harness innovation and entrepreneurship potential amongst
the young minds of India under the theme “Mera Idea Jo Badal De Bharat” and India@75 Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.
JODHAMAL SUDENTS BROUGHT LAURELS TO THE SCHOOL BY EXCELLING IN UT ROLLER SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP(2021-22).
Exhibiting sportsman spirit and enthusiasm to win 42 Skaters from Jodhamal Public School bagged medals in various categories and won accolorades at the
UT Roller Skating Championship.
The JMPIANS won a total of 16 Gold in speed skating, 11 Gold in Roller Hockey and 6 gold in Roll Ball.
10 silver in Speed skating and 10 silver in Roller Hockey.
9 bronze medals in speed skating and 3 bronze medals in Roller Hockey..
Amongst the medal winners of Speed skating are: Aahana Gupta(3 gold),Hazel Suri(2 gold), Aasim Abbass( 3 gold), Aaditv Gupta( 2 silver),Anandini Sharma(3 silver) , Pearl Suri(1 gold,2 silver), Vaidehi Mahajan(3 gold), Mohd. Fahim Khan(2 silver), Gursimran Kour(3 siver), Rabani Gautam(2 bronze), Advitya Sharma(2 bronze), Mohd. Izaan(3 bronze), Ranveer Shan( 3 gold), Aayraa Vashisht(1 bronze), Tabish Haider(1 gold, 2 silver) and Bhagnoor Kour(1 bronze).
The medal winners of Roller Hockey are: Czia Raina (1 gold),Aiyza Naaz(1 gold),Shweta Sharma(1 gold), Arohi Gupta( 1 silver),Rebecca(1 silver), Ridhima Sharma(1 silver), Fazan Rahi(1 silver), Serish Abrol(1 gold), Dhruv Sadhotra(1 silver),Namish Gupta( 1 silver),Daanial Butt(1 gold), Varchasv Vishal(1 silver),Akshita Sharma(1 gold),Saksham Sharma(1 silver),Fatima Abiha( 1 silver),Aiysha Mubeen(1 gold),Almaan Haider Chib(1 gold),Sameer Rahi(1 gold),Priya Mahajan(1 gold),Farhan Haider Chib(1 bronze),Aamyaa Vishth(1 gold), Aahan Sharma((1 silver), Gurjas Singh(1 bronze),Manya Randhawa(1 gold) and Muhib Ali Khan(1 bronze).
The students who bagged Gold medals in Roll Ball are:
Rabani Gautam,Hazel Suri,Pearl Suri,Manya Randhawa, Aahan Sharma and Aamya Vashisht.
The Principal Dr Deep Khare applauded the skating Incharge Mr Kamal Anand .He also appreciated the students for their undettering efforts and motivated the students to continue excelling in the same spirit.
All the students expressed their gratitude to the School Management and their mentor for providing them the platform to excel in different fields.
JODHAMAL'S AADITYA SAMBYAL EXCELS AT AERO MODELLING
Aaditya Singh Sambyal, studying in 4th standard of Jodhamal Public School, Jammu has been awarded with the certificate of excellence by the Junior Aero Space Programme offered by TEQDISE.
The course follows a structured approach involving basics of Aero Modeling, construction of various aircrafts , their flight mechanics and basic rocketry. The course pays special attention to the construction and flight mechanics of air crafts like junior Chuck Glider model, Advanced Chuck Glider model, Flying Catapult Glider and Rubber Powered model airplane.
Aaditya Singh Sambyal got the golden opportunity to join the Aero modeling and Rocketry course under the guidance of Dr. M.R.K Menon, the rocketry expert from Indian Space and Research organization (ISRO) . Aaditya was further rewarded by the former ISRO chairman ,Dr. G. Madhavan Nair for playing an active part in the short video ALTIUS -A film on model rocketry realised on 14th November 2021 . Eminent personalities from various technical domains appreciated this initiative.
During the course ,he learnt from the experts about the latest space and drone technology. As he is keenly interested in innovative space technology, he learnt about rocketry and contributed to the construction of rocket models as a Junior Technical Analyst. Despite being the youngest in his group, he participated with great enthusiasm and was blessed with in -depth knowledge on matters pertaining to planes, space and rockets. After the completion of this course ,though quite young but Aaditya has decided that his path is stark clear to be a scientist with ISRO or NASA, working towards making more efficient and accessible rockets and space crafts for inter- planetary travel.
Investiture ceremony at Jodhamal
Recently Investiture Ceremony was held at Jodhamal Public School to felicitate its newly elected Prefect Council, for the session 2021-22.The honorable chief guest, Lieutenant Colonel Vijay Barala and his wife Mrs Barala, along with school's trustee, Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Director, Ms. Arati Kuthiala, Principal, Dr. Deep Khare, Vice Principal, Mrs Shefali Sanwal and the parents of the Prefect Council members were graciously escorted into the hall by the NCC candidates.
The NCC cadets of the schools displayed there skills and event commenced with a mellifluous welcome song sung by the school choir. Thereafter, Khushi Bhardwaj introduced the Prefect Council members – Aarushi Gupta( Head Girl), Mian Mohammad Raza (Head boy), Srishti Manawa(Deputy Head Girl), Dhruv Gandhi(Deputy Head Boy), Gunveen Kour and Soham Gupta( Academic Prefects), Anahita Anand and Shaurya Sangra(CCA Prefects), Saanch Anand and Saksham Verma(Sports Prefect), Arshdeep Kaur and Mian Mohammad Raza(Eco Prefects), Manya Sharma (DisciplinePrefect); followed by the house prefects, Ravish Fatima for Challenge house, Manya Sharma and Dakshesh Sharma for Enterprise house, Jahnvi Sharma and Shivain Goel for invention house, Vanshika Jamwal and Saksham Verma for Discovery house.
The Principal of the School, Dr Deep Khare read the charter of duty and responsibility. The Prefect Council took the oath and pledged to accept and uphold the responsibilities and duties mentioned in the Charter.
The Chief Guest felicitated the Prefect members with sashes and badges, along with the Principal, Vice Principal, Sports head Mr Ganguly, Junior School CCA Coordinator, Ms Deepali. The house prefects were felicitated by their house masters– Mr Nirmaljeet Singh, Mr Ashish Maharaj, Mr Vaneet Singh, and Mr Raghunandan Singh.
The spirit of the event was lifted by the valuable words of Lieutenant Colonel Vijay K Barala, the Chief Guest, and Mr Nandan Kuthiala, the trustee of the school. The Investiture Ceremony was organised by the CCA Coordinator, Ms. Mubeen Butt.
Thereafter, the Head Girl, Head Boy, Deputy Head Girl, and Deputy Head boy addressed the gathering with their articulate speeches and shared how they envisioned to take the school to greater heights. This was followed by the National Anthem.
As the event headed towards its conclusion, everyone headed for the refreshments and photographs to capture the special moments as memories forever.
2nd class students learning the concept of money
2nd class students learning the concept of money
JODHAMAL AWARDED BY SCHOOLS OF EMINENCE (SOE) AWARD
In a recently held function in Delhi, 30 schools from North and Central India were awarded “School of Eminence” award by the very prestigious Education World Magazine.
The esteemed award was introduced to acknowledge and reward the exceptional range of parameters including teaching and assessment, student achievement, enabling infrastructure, technology integration, sports and co-curricular education and governance /management, to the public. The last 5 years performance of the schools in the above parameters were taken into the consideration.
The other notable award winning schools from various states The Doon School, Dehradun, Mussoorie International School, Uttarakhand, Sunbeam School, Varanasi, Gurukul The School, Ghaziabad, Sat Paul Mittal School, Ludhiana, Heritage Xperimental Learning School, Gurugram, The Khaitan School, Noida, DPS Varanasi, Allenhouse School, Kanpur, Ryan International School, New Delhi.
Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, and Dr. Deep Khare, Principal Jodhamal Public School received this prestigious award on behalf of the school. Management thanked all the stakeholders of team Jodhamal over the years for their dedication and Hardwork which made this possible.
JMPIANS SHINE AT THE DISTRICT ROLLER SKATING COMPETITION
Exhibiting sportsmanspirit and enthusiasm to win 37 students from Jodhamal Public School excelled in various categories and won accolorades at the
District Roller Skating Championship.
The JMPIANS won a total of 16 Gold,15 silver and 15 bronze medals.
Amongst the gold medal winners are Aahana Gupta,Hazel Suri,Aasim Abbass,Aaditv Gupta,Aamyaa Vishth,Aahan Sharma,Czia Raina,Aiyza Naaz,Shweta Sharma,Arohi Gupta,Dhruv Sadhotra,Namish Gupta,Daanial Butt,Akshita Sharma,Saksham Sharma,Fatima Abiha,Aiysha Mubeen,Almaan Haider,Sameer Rahi,Vaidehi Mahajan,Pearl Suri,Manya Randhawa.
The students who bagged Silver medals are
Priya Mahajan,Tavish Haider,Rakshit Sharma,Sehrish Abrol,Fazan Rahi,Ridhima Sharma,Rebecca,Mohd Izaan,Aaditv Gupta,Gursimran Kour,Krishav Gupta,Mohd Fahim Khan,Anandini Sharma and Yuvraj Singh.
Students who won bronze medals are
Arnav Dubey,Farhan Haider,Varchasv Vishal,Ishee Tyaagi,AdvityaSharma,Rabani,Pearl Suri,Vaidehi Mahajan and Anandini Sharma.
The Principal Dr Deep Khare applauded the skating Incharge Mr Kamal Anand and Mr Ritesh Jamwal .He also appreciated the students for their undettering efforts and motivated the students to continue excelling in the same spirit.
Team Helios of Jodhamal to participate in F1 for schools in London
Team Helios Racing of Jodhamal Public School participated in prestigious F1 in School challenge season 4 held in Delhi. They showcased their exceptional technical skills, innovative thinking and made a special mark by qualifying for the F1 in school World Finals, scheduled to be held in United Kingdom in 2022. The team members include Skasham Sagar, Samridh Sharma, Samik J Singh, Ashmit Gupta and Mysha Tabrez mentored by Ms. Neetu Johri. Out of the top 30 national teams participating in the event, Team Helios qualified for the International World Finals in the United Kingdom. Jodhamal Public School in collaboration with Times of Sports has been conducting STEM programmes for the last few years. This STEM programme is multi-disciplinary challenge in which team of students aged 9 to 19 deploy CAD / CAM software to collaborate design, analyse, manufacture, test and then race miniature compressed air powered balsa wood F1 cars.
Based on the formula 1 motorsport, the competition involves the designing and manufacturing of a miniature working F1 car model by individual team from all over the country, which then race with each other on a 25 meter long track. After winning four awards including the Resilience Award, the Pit Display Award, Fastest Reaction Time Award and the Runner Up Award at the national stage, the team is now gearing up for one of the biggest world finals, a few months away. Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee and Dr. Deep Khare, Principal of Jodhamal Public School, Jammu celebrates their victory and appreciated the sheer hard work put in by the team and their mentor for achieving this marvellous feat.
New York Academy of Sciences Selects Jodhamal’s Harmanjot Singh
Harmanjot Singh, a brilliant grade 9 student of Jodhamal Public School, Jammu who in January 2021 was awarded the very prestigious PM Rashtriya Bal Shakti Puraskar Award 2021, the highest national civilian honour for children. Has recently been selected to the dynamic Global STEM Alliance as a Young Member into the prestigious Junior Academy of The New York Academy of Sciences, New York, USA through an extremely competitive and rigorous process of selection with an annual acceptance rate of 3-4% from all over the world. Junior Academy is a passionate community of global problem solvers made up of super talented students, STEM experts, elite mentors and industry leaders from all around the world who are dedicated to designing innovative solutions to society’s greatest challenges. Each year, The New York Academy of Sciences selects and honors the world's brightest High school students with exceptional young minds which enables these chosen Young Members to collaborate with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) professionals, elite professors, head scientists globally and allows them to gain access to their exclusive educational opportunities and reputed fellowship. Students develop advanced research, innovation and collaboration skills with best in class learning resources and leverage these skills to compete in challenges sponsored by industry leading companies.
Throughout its history, the Academy’s membership has featured thinkers and innovators from all walks of life more. . FEW TO NAME, USA Presidents Jefferson And Monroe. Thomas Edison, Charles Darwin, Margaret Mead, Albert Einstein And Many Today, The Academy’s President Council Includes 36 Nobel Laureates, Business Leaders, Top Ceos And Philanthropists. Since 1817, it is one of the oldest and remarkable scientific organisation in the United States working at the frontiers of discovery bringing together extraordinary people in the International scientific community.
4th – Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) held
The Fourth Edition of JYC (Jodhamal Youth Conclave) was held recently.
The adage, “Excellence is never an accident. It is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, and intelligent execution” was rightly proved by Jodhamal Public School. This year the conference with the motto ‘Atta Dipa Viharatha.
The school witnessed overwhelming participation from Pan India and overseas. 400 delegates from 25 different leading schools like Mayo College, La martiniere, Welham Boys, Welham Girls, Jayshree Periwaal, YPS, Seth MR Jaipuria, DPS Gurgaon, DSB International Public School, Dillibong High International, , The SD Vidya School, DPS Greater Noida, National Centre for Excellence and Saint John Public School participated.
The Opening Ceremony was graced by the presence of Prof. Amitabh Matoo who emphasised the importance of such competitions for students. The Secretary General, E-JYC 2021 declared the conference open with a short speech.
There were 63 awards.14 Best Delegations and Outstanding Delegations, 8 Honourable Mentions, 41 Special Mentions and Verbal Mentions. Delegates from different schools were awarded for the same and the Best Delegation Award was bagged by LA MARTINIERE and WELHAM BOYS. Jodhamal Public School was not in the run for the prize of best delegation.
The issues of JYC newsletter “MUNBELIVEABLE” were released.
The closing ceremony was attended by Mrs. Rohini Aima, Principal Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu, Mrs.Monika Sethi, Principal Al Noor International School, Bahrain, Mrs. Pooja Panthri head of the DCM Senior Secondary School, Ferozepur.
A vote of thanks was presented by Dhruv Gandhi , The Director General JYC 21. The conference was officially declared closed by Secretary General Mian Mohammad Raza. The JYC '21 was a student oriented program, for the students and by the students where the management had lent a free hand to the students. The closing ceremony was presided over by the management, Principal and Vice Principal.
The Principal appreciated the efforts of the participating schools put in by the students and their faculty advisors.
Jodhamal 'InQUIZitive’ International Edition
Jodhamal Public school conducted the international and legacy edition to its signature annual Quizzing event which has been its forte .Keeping the tradition alive and adding one more chapter into it the School organised the second Edition of "InQUIZitive" wherein Schools from Countries such as Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Palestine, Nepal, Afghanistan, India and Bangladesh along with the Top prestigious schools of the country like Modern School Barakhamba Road, New Delhi, Sanskriti School New Delhi, The Scindia School Gwalior, Sri Jain International School , Aurangabad and Welham’s School Dehradun fought the battle of brains for the top Honours.
The quiz was a mind-boggling one with a total of twenty questions on International current affairs. In the fastest reply format, the participants gave each other a neck to neck competition. The quiz master Mr. Sanjay Pandey who has the distinction of mentoring young quizzers and of conducting quizzes at almost all the levels, conducted the quiz.
The students Rahul Pandey and Shreyansh Krishna from Modern School Barakhamba Road , New Delhi emerged as winners of the quiz and won a cash prize of Rs 25,000. Jodhamal Public School stood 2nd with Naunidh Singh & Lakshav Singh Sambyal winning Rs 15000 cash prize. The third prize was bagged by Sanskrit School , New Delhi with its students Divyansh Shah and Asmit Kumar giving a tough fight to other participants and bagging a cash prize of Rs 10,000.
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Zakir Hussain, one of the mentors from Robertson high school, Bangladesh emphasized on the conduction of such exciting events for the enhancement of mutual exchange of ideas and culture.
Teachers and participants from Palestine, Nepal and Pakistan also thanked Jodhamal School for the opportunity to participate in an International Quiz, with teams from 7 Asian Countries.
The Trustee of Jodhamal Public School Mr Nandan Kuthiala along with the Principal Dr. Deep Khare congratulated the winning teams and encouraged the efforts put by the Quizmaster Mr Sanjay Pandey and the Sr. CCA Coordinator Ms Mubeen Butt for their execution of the program.
JODHAMAL SCHOOL organize ‘virtual Students Exchange Program’
Difficulties do bring many obstacles, problems and pain. But, if we handle them positively, they bring some opportunities too.
COVID Outbreak is such a worldwide difficulty but at JMPS, we always believe to convert each problem into a wonderful solution.
Jodhamal Public School, Jammu conducted students Cultural Exchange Program with Viraj Shri Ram School, Mumbai organized by AFS.
Where in students of Jodhamal Public School showcased their talents through a rich heritage of the state of Jammu and Kashmir.
These exchange program provides opportunity to students of both the sides to share their curriculum and rich social and cultural activities which
leaves a lifelong learning impact on students. Over 80 students of classes 6th - 9th participated in various activities like presentation on
Dogri cultural and heritage, Famous cuisine, different forms of dances, handicrafts, art and poster making competition etc. Interactive
sessions were also conducted between Jodhamal and Viraj Shri Ram School, Mumbai. Dr. Deep khare (Principal) of Jodhamal Public School inaugurated
the program which lasted for 8 days on virtual platform Dr. Khare and AFS members also praised the efforts of Mrs. Neetu Johri (Coordinator)
and Mrs. Kiranjeet Kour (Coordinator) for the splendid work demonstrated during this tough time of pandemic. Dr. Deep khare emphasized
on the importance of such program in the holistic development of each child. At the closing ceremony Ms. Divya Arora (National Director of AFS).
Ms. Manjula Devi (Coordinator AFS programs and Schools Relations), Ms. Shefali Sanwal (Vice Principal) of the school and other faculty members
of Viraj Shri Ram School, Mumbai thanked for the participation and efforts of students and their mentors of both schools.
MAYO & JODHAMAL STUDENTS organize ‘Virtual Students Exchange Program’
With joint collaboration of American Field Service India, Jodhamal Public School, Jammu and Mayo College Girls School, Ajmer, the students of these two schools had a four day long Virtual Student Exchange Program. The students not only mingled and interacted virtually, but shared their cultural values, ethos, history and practices with each other.
Both sides exchanged Traditional values, Dance Forms, Cuisines, Historical Information, Language, Art and Craft culture of Jammu and Rajasthan. The sentimental feedbacks and tear shedding on final day highlighted the effectiveness of this Virtual Exchange. Students promised to visit each other as and whenever it will be possible.
Dr. Deep Khare (Principal) of JMPS praised the efforts made by AFS India and students from both schools. Mrs. Kanchan Khandke (Principal) of Mayo girls’ school also extended her heartfelt wishes towards the students and invited the guests from Jammu to explore hospitality at MCGS. She also thanked national director of AFS India Ms. Divya Arora (Director), Ms. Manjula and Mrs. Shradha Roy (Program Coordinators) for providing such a wonderful platform during these difficult days. Mr. Nandan Kuthiala (Trustee – Jodhamal Public School, Jammu) was delighted to see the efforts and hard work put in by students and their mentor Mrs. Neetu Johri (Coordinator).
In the end a prayer video sung by students from their respective homes was released with the following message “ May we who are merely inconvenienced remember those whose lives are at stake, May we who have no risk factors remember those most vulnerable, May we who have the luxury of working from home remember those who must choose between preserving their health and making their rent”
Jodhamal students Shine at National INTACH Quiz
Jodhamal quizzers have once again proved their mettle in the quizzing arena by their exceptional performance in the online National INTACH QUIZ COMPETITION.
The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) was founded in 1984 in New Delhi with the vision to spearhead heritage awareness and conservation in India. Today INTACH is recognized as one of the world’s largest heritage organizations, with over 190 Chapters across the Country. In the past 31 years INTACH has pioneered the conservation and preservation of not just our natural and built heritage but intangible heritage as well.
In the city round four top teams qualified for the city finals with Jodhamal quizzers leading the tally with highest points.
Team Jodhamal comprising of Swayambhu and Lakshya Singh Sambyal both class 10th students then emerged as winners of the regional finals by sealing the top slot . The regional finals saw teams from across the north India. The quiz questions comprised of a mixture of National and Local heritage.
The national finalists Jodhamal Public School came out as the runners up at the national Semi-finals. In the national Semis, teams from across the country locked their horns for the title .
Principal of Jodhamal Public School, Dr Deep Khare and Trustee Mr Nandan Kuthiala congratulated the team on its success and wished the team good luck for the upcoming quizzes.
This was another achievement of the quizzers from Jodhamal School. Just before the on – set of the Covid pandemic, Jodhamal school team had won the very prestigious India Today, NewsWiz Quiz, which is the largest school quiz in Asia. Jodhamal school also regularly host ‘InQUIZitive - THE JODHAMAL QUIZ’.
Jodhamal students honoured with DUKE OF EDINBURGH’S (IAYP) Gold Awards
Amidst the intense challenges and obstacles put up by COVID19 JMPIANS did
not stop to standout and make a mark for themselves. 5 IAYP students from
Jodhamal Public School namely Zitin Koul, Mahira Sharma, Vanshika Koul and
Gauri Sharma embarked a beautiful ending to their IAYP Journey by winning
Gold awards which is also known as the prestigious DUKE OF
EDINBURGH’S AWARD. Jodhamal focuses to motivate its young students to
become involved in a balanced programme of voluntary self development
activities through its IAYP club to take them through the potentially difficult
period between adolescence and adulthood. The students shared that the
experience gained through these activities taught them how to function in team
oriented environments and in cultivating dependability. They developed new
skills such as agility, concentration, efficiency and innovation.
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a youth awards programme founded in the
United Kingdom in 1956 by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, that has since
expanded to 144 countries across the 5 continents.
The Trustee Mr. Nandan Kuthiala and the Principal Dr. Deep Khare appreciated
the students for their unfettered zeal and enthusiasm for voluntarily participating
in all the IAYP activities and performing so well. They also acknowledged the
guidance provided to the students by the IAYP Coordinator Ms. Shallu Sharma,
Award Leaders Ms. Deepmala, Ms. Shruti Sharma and Ms. Bhupinder Kour of
the IAYP club.
PM Modi interacts With Jodhamal’s Harmanjot
Jodhamal Public School’s Class 8th student Harmanjot Singh was amongst the
students who interacted with Hon’ble Prime Minister Sh. Narendra Modi on
25 th January 2021. Earlier in the day the Press Information Bureau of the
Government of India had declared the list of Prime Minister’s Rashtriya Bal
Puraskar 2021. The awardee children are from 32 districts of 21 states and
UTs. 13 years old Harmanjeet Singh was awarded under the Innovation
category and is the first students from J&K to win this prestigious award.
In the past these awardees used to meet the Hon’ble Prime Minster and
Hon’ble president of India in the Rashtrapati Bhavan. This time the Hon’ble
Prime Minister interacted with the awardees virtually. This Virtual interaction
was compered by Smt. Smriti Irani, the Hon’ble Union Cabinet Minister.
Harmanjot Singh along with his parents and Smt. Sushma Chauhan (IAS),
Deputy Commissioner, Jammu were present in this interaction.
In the nearly 80 minutes of interaction between Hon’ble Prime Minister and
students, the Prime Minster congratulated them and hoped that they would
inspire future generation of students in this respective cities and states. He
further added that they should work for a golden future of India. He also
added that they should strive to inspire the lives of fellow countrymen. During
the Covid lockdown, Harmanpreet Singh had developed a Women Safety app
– Raksha and this app was selected for the prestigious Silicon Valley Code of
Honor Certificate and henceforth got published by Google in the Google Play
Store. He has also achieved number 1 rank in various International Olympiads
Jodhamal Students shine in NCC
Cadets of Jodhamal public school were declared amongst the top Junior
Cadets of Directorate of NCC 2019-20 of J&K Zone in all schools of J&K.
More than 600 cadets participated in NCC camp which was held at
Nagrota. Among those 600 Cadets, Cadet Prachi Motiyal was declared
first best cadet in the Junior wing of Girls. Cadet Syona Gupta was
declared 2nd best cadet in the Junior wing of Girls. Cadet Tanuj Arora
was declared 2nd best Cadet in the Junior Division of boys in all units of
NCC. They were honoured with cash prize and certificates of excellence
by GCI (Girls Cadre Instructor) Ekta Sharma of NCC Naval Unit Srinagar
for their extraordinary performance and competitions in various
activities like written test, declamation, group discussion, hurdles,
March past, quiz competition, firing, IQ and personality test etc in the
10 camps of NCC in Nagrota.
Principal of the school Dr. Deep Khare and Management congratulated
the cadets and appreciated the efforts and hardwork put in them by
their ANO Kusum Bhat.
Jodhamal School Celebrates “Halloween” virtually
Jodhamal Public School hosted virtual “HALLOWEEN PARTY” for the primary wing. This fun filled international festival is associated with the idea of good fortune and health, which is need of the hour during this pandemic time. Probably the first ever Halloween party of more than 500 primary student on Virtual (digital) platform.
The JMPS students joined the online session dressed as the ghosts, witches, black cats, vampires, bats, etc. Students were enthusiastically prepared for the Halloween party with elaborate dresses, makeup, tattoos, balloons and candies. They set in specially created, very scary ‘spooky corners’ at their homes. Evidently there was much excitement and great mood all around. All students of class 1 to 6 actively took part in various activities like Balloon decoration by Ms. Hemu Jaggi, enactment and dance. Ms. Shweta Manga has the children spell bound during her narration of mystery and Halloween stories. Sehaj, Myra and Rohan compared the event and were trained by Ms. Shilpi Saroch and Ms. Sarojj Kumari.
The success of the meticulous planning and execution was evident when each participant was found happily dancing on the Halloween songs in a wonderful environment created by TEAM JODHAMAL under the in-charge-ship of Ms. Deepali Puri CCA Coordinator Jr. Wing. The teachers also thanked the parents whose support made the Halloween party a grand success.
PAN-INDIA E-JYC2020 ORGANISED
The 2020 Chapter of Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) conducted the 3rd edition on a unique virtual platform due to the pandemic, calling itself as the E-JYC 2020. This year’s conference with the motto ‘VIDERE BONOS’‘SEE THE GOOD’ aims to carry forward the legacy and espouse the greatest parliamentarians of the future.
The school was overwhelmed with the participation from Pan India and from borders across. More than250 delegates participated from almost all the corners of the country Schools. There were nearly 40 schools,11schools were from J&Kand 24 werethe leading schools of India like Modern Barakhambha School New Delhi, Mayo College Ajmer, The Indian High School,Dubai,Maharana Mewar Public SchoolJaipur, Maharani Gayatri Devi Girls High SchoolJaipur(MGD), Loreto ConventDelhi, The Millennium School,Indore, Ecole Global International Girls School Dehradun, Manav Rachna School Noida, Ryan International, Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara Jayshree Periwal High School Jaipur, Delhi Public SchoolRaipur,Royal Oak International School,DPS Gurugram,Suncity International Gurgaon, DAV Pakhowal RoadLudhiana, DAV Ludhiana, Army Public SchoolPune,Matha High School, Mannampetta Kerala and many more.
Jodhamal Youth Conference is an effort that has been initiated by Jodhamal Public School and over the period of three years, JYC has never failed to surprise, with an array of committees ranging from the orthodox to specialised and unconventional simulations, from the regional to the international and covering a range of time periods. to involve its youth to engross in order to work-out on agendas in conventional and unconventional committees.
Legendary educationist Sh. Pramod Kumar Sharma former Principal Mayo College Ajmer and YPS Patiala was the chief guest of the opening ceremony. Sheikh Eras alumni was the guest speaker of the opening ceremony. More than 11 Principals from known institutions of Jammu, Faculty advisors of the participating schools also attended the ceremony. Nimisha Shukla, alumni, guest speaker and also The Director General, E-JYC 2020 declared the conference open.
The 4 committees saw deliberations and simulations in all the sessions ending with the result declaration and closing ceremony. There were total 27 awards, 5 Best Delegate Awards,8 High Commendation, and 14 Special Mention. Delegates from different schools were awarded for the same and the Best Delegation Award was bagged by KC International School, Jammu. Being the host school, Jodhamal Public School was not in the run for the prize of best delegation
The closing ceremony was attended by Mrs.Krishna Bhati Principal DPS Global World School,Jodhpurand Mr. Trilok Singh Bist, Principal DPSG Vasundhara eminent educationists, incidentally both are the former Principal of Jodhamal Public School attended the closing ceremony as the Guests of Honour. Hasit Sachdev alumni of JMPS was the guest speaker.
Ms. Krishna Bhati declared the conference closed.The Trustee Jodhamal Public School Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Aarti Kuthiala,Principal, Mr.Deep Khare,Vice Principal Ms.Shefali Sanwal presided over the event. A vote of thanks was given by Prabin Singh Sadiwal.
The school management, Principal and Vice Principal appreciated the efforts of the participating schools put in by the students and their faculty advisors. The Team effort of the Jodhamal Public School concluded with the successful end of the day and the E-JYC event for the year 2020.
Jodhamal Students win INTACH Quiz
Jodhamal quizzers have once again proved their mettle in the quizzing arena by clinching the City Finale Trophy in the online INTACH QUIZ COMPETITION. Eighty Students from different schools such as BSF Senior Secondary School ,APS Damana, APS Jammu Cantt ,G.D Goenka, Heritage, KC International and Model Academy participated in the first round of the quiz.
The Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) was founded in 1984 in New Delhi with the vision to spearhead heritage awareness and conservation in India. Today INTACH is recognized as one of the world’s largest heritage organizations, with over 190 Chapters across the Country. In the past 31 years INTACH has pioneered the conservation and preservation of not just our natural and built heritage but intangible heritage as well.
This year the amidst the pandemic the responsibility of hosting the quiz online was undertaken by Jodhamal Public School , a leading and active member of INTACH Jammu chapter.
In the grilling first round where the teams fought for securing a place in the finals,four top teams qualified for the city finals with Jodhamal quizzers leading the tally with highest points.
Team Jodhamal comprising of Swayambhu and Lakshya Singh Sambyal both class 10th students emerged as winners of the city finals of the INTACH Quiz. The quiz questions comprised of a mixture of National and Local heritage.
The winning team will now lock horns with teams from other states in the National Finals .
The convenor INTACH Jammu chapter Mr S.M. Sahni congratulated the winners and expressed his gratitude towards Jodhamal Public Schooland the quizmaster Mr. Sanjay Pandey for meticulously organising the quiz.
Principal of Jodhamal Public School,Dr. Deep Khare and trustee Mr NandanKuthiala congratulated the team on its success and wished the team good luck for their state round.
Team Jodhamal Celebrates Yoga Day Online
Harmanjot Singh, a class 8 student of Jodhamal Public School has recently been selected for the Silicon Valley Code of Honour by the prestigious White Hat organization, based in San Francisco, California, USA. After a rigorous process of 4 months, using various computer programming languages, Harmanjot Singh developed an app: RAKSHA –The Women Safety App.
More than 1700 applicants from all over the World had participated in the Global Competition organized by White Hat Organization. The best 30 Apps were selected for Silicon ValleyCode of Honour. RAKSHA app was one of the selected App for this honour. Harmanjot Singh is one of the very few students from Asia to get this Honour.
Google has released the App in Google Play Store for free. RAKSHA – The Women Safety App is compatible with both Android and IOS devices. Harmanjot is also one of the youngest certified kids in the World to become a White Hat certified Game Developer and certified Android/IOS App developer. The Management of Jodhamal Public School congratulated Harmanjot Singh on his achievement and whished luck for the future.
Earlier Harmanjot Singh had secured 1st international Rank in SOF national Cyber Olympiad 2019-20 for which he had won a Gold Medal and also cash prize of Rs. 25,000/-. He also has got top rank in other National Science Olympiads in the last few years, along with cash prizes.
Jodhamal Students Sweep E-MUN Competition
The proud students of Jodhamal Public School proved their mettle at the recently held First edition of a virtual Model UN organized by Jammu Sahodaya Schools Complex In partnership With Erudite Events.
With an intellectual Delegation of 13 Brilliant delegates,Jodhamal Public School dominated the sphere by bagging awards in every Committee and got THE BEST DELEGATION AWARD home.
• Mian Mohammad Raza won The Best Delegate in UNEA
• Harman Kour bagged The Honorable Mention in UNEA
• MudabbirLatifi won Best Delegate in DISEC
• Shaarvi Magazine got The Special Mention in DIESC
• Harmanjot Singh, bagged Special Mention in WHO
• Soham Magazine was given a Verbal Mention
• ShauryaSangra bagged Best Delegate in The Citizens Dialogue
• LakshavSambyal got The Honorable Mention in the same committee.
• AnahitaAnand Bagged special Mention in The Citizens Dialogue.
• Dhruv Gandhi bagged Best Delegate in The Indian War Cabinet while Vaibhav Singh Got Honorable Mention in the same.
Each student out of the 15 member delegation left an everlasting impact on the audience and the jury. Every delegate was highly commended, Faculty Advisors BhawnaMadaan and Mubeen Butt were also highly praised and commended on the achievements of the students.
More than 20 CBSE schools had participated in the event.
In a diverse setting of committees and agendas where topics like Disarmament, Ecological Issues, Socio Political Issue and other Agendas Of Importance Were Discussed To Stimulate Fluid and substantive debate.
INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
Student donates pocket money to charity
JODHAMAL SCHOOL WINS INDIA TODAY NATIONAL QUIZ- NEWSWIZ-2019
Jodhamal students have made Jammu and Kashmir proud by winning the fourth
edition of the Newswiz, the national quiz by India today.
News Wiz – has become one of the most watched quiz shows in Asia. It has
provided an International platform to the brilliant minds of tomorrow. Newswiz
engaged with over 5000 schools reaching out to more than 8 Lakh students across
geographies in the process. The Grand Finale was telecast on the India Today News
Channel on 28 th December 2019.
Raghav Khajuria and Burhan Rashid of Jodhamal Public school under the mentorship
of Sanjay Pandey have emerged winners of India Today News wiz season – 4 held at
India Today National Studio, New Delhi.
The show is hosted by the Consulting Editor of India Today Group, Rajdeep Sardesai
and produced by Siddhartha Basu. Basu is the undisputed quiz man of India. He is the
pioneer who hosted and produced the iconic Quiz Time on Doordarshan and also
produced the marquee Kaun Banega Crorepati. He has been the mind behind
Mastermind India, University Challenge and India's Child Genius Newswiz is one of
the topmost watched quiz show on the National Television.
The journey of News Wiz has been a tremendous trek which had tough terrains, but
as they say where there is a will there is a way, the Jodhamal duo braved the unrest
and the mobile internet blockade post the abrogation of article 370 on 5 th August 2019
and sailed through the finale in a scintillating manner, quite confidently becoming the
only team from the Jammu and Kashmir to win this prestigious quiz.
After clearing the gruelling online test and the subsequent Skype video interview
round Raghav and Burhan became one of the 27 pairs from the country’s top schools
to represent Jammu at the National prelims at the India Today National Studio at
In the quarter finals the pair of excellent quizzers Burhan and Raghav exhibited their
intellectual best, cracking some of the trickiest questions and surpassed the
Cambridge Court School , Jaipur and Saint Patricks School Puducherry .
The semifinals saw Jodhamal team locking horns with teams from Indian School
Muscat and the Millennium School Chennai. Jodhamal students were leading
throughout the quiz and finally they won the contest comfortably.
The final rendezvous was a thrilling contest between the teams from Varanasi, the
Ancient cultural hub of India and Pune, the modern education centre. It was a real
battle of brains where the twists and turns made the teams go edgy.
Raghav and Burhaan astonished everyone with their level of preparation and calm
demeanour. Jodhamal students smashed through the final round and won the quiz
The glittering winner’s trophy was handed over to the Jodhamal team by the vice
chairperson of India Today Ms Kalli Purie.
In her words “I am just super impressed by what these two guys have achieved”
On reaching their home state they were accorded heroes’ welcome at the airport as
well as in the school. Hundreds of students along with their teachers lined up at the
entrance of the school to welcome Raghav and Burhaan with their mentor Sanjay
Pandey. The Trustee of the school Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, the Director Ms. Arati
Kuthiala, Principal, Dr. Deep Khare and the Vice Principal Ms. Shefali Sanwal
welcomed the winning team and congratulated them for creating history by winning
the Newswiz Trophy in their achievement.
JODHAMAL AWARDED ISA THIRD TIME IN A ROW
Jodhamal was the pioneer school to get British Council’s International School Award
way back in 2013. It was the first school in J&K to get this award and was awarded this
for the second time in 2016.
Jodhamal Public School is awarded "International School Award" 2019-2022, "third
time" in a row for ‘Outstanding Development of the International Dimension in the
The International School Award celebrates the achievements of schools that do
exceptional work in international education. Fostering an international dimension in the
curriculum is at the heart of the JMPS under the aegis of British Council’s JMPS worked
with all its effort so that young people gain the cultural understanding and skills they
need for life work in today’s world.
The school was felicitated at an Award function held at The Leela Ambience Convention
Hotel New Delhi attended by Jodhamal Principal Dr. Deep Khare and ISA Coordinator
Ms. Bhawna Madaan.
Various team leaders who lead the campaign for the ISA Award were Ms. Rimjhim
Mahajan, Ms. Urmila Koul, Ms. Anjali Gupta, Ms. Shweta Bakshi, Ms. Dolly Chandhoke,
Ms. Bhupinder Kour, Ms. Shipra Gupta and Ms. Pooja Sharma, Technical Incharge.
Commenting his views on the occasion, Dr. Deep Khare Principal Jodhamal Public
School said that, “It was a moment of great pride for the entire Jodhamal fraternity to
receive the most coveted ISA Award. This is the milestone in the journey and look
forward to take the school to the zenith of glory.
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JODHAMAL JUNIORS ANNUAL SPORTS MEET HELD
The pre-primary wing of Jodhamal Public School, celebrated its annual sports day with
great zeal and enthusiasm in which students of Pre Nursery, LKG and UKG
patricipated. Trustees of the institution, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala and Mrs. Arati Kuthiala,
the Principal, Dr. Deep Khare and the Vice Principal of the school, Mrs. Shefali Sanwal
were present to grace the event.
The event was inaugurated by the releasing of tri color balloons in the air.
The day witnessed a series of competitive events following innovative themes right from
play group to UKG. Cartoon Character race, banana race, Frog race, parrot and chilly
race , rabbit and carrot race, penguin race, balloon bursting competition and musical
chair (skating) were some of the major highlights of the event.
Tiny tots showcased competitiveness and performed very well in each of the events. It
was a perfect day to put their physical and mental abilities to test. Little kids participated
and performed in various events with full vigor.
The day concluded with some action packed races for pre primary school staff, wherein
all the teachers actively participated so as to demonstrate the importance of sports and
games in life.
Dr. Deep Khare, Principal of Jodhamal Public School appreciated the hard work
put in by Mrs. Neetu Johri, co-coordinator, Ms. Dolly Chandhoke, Ms. Amita Charak,
Ms. Manvinder Kour, Ms. Priyanka Verma, Ms. Gagandeep Kour, Ms. Suvidha Anand,
Ms. Nikita Gupta, Ms. Chanchal Kaushik, Ms. Arti Jamwal, Ms. Vinti Bhasin teachers of
the preprimary wing, Mr. Kamal Anand and CCA Coodinator, Ms. Deepali Puri to make
this event a grand success.
JODHAMAL KUTHIALA SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED
In the recently held function at Jodhamal Public School the Rai
Bahadur Jodhamal Kuthiala scholarship for the year 2019 were
distributed. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. Rohit Kansal,
IAS (Principal Secretary to Govt. - Planning, Development and
Monitoring Deptt.) the Guest of Honour was Ms. Anuradha Gupta,
KAS, Director School Education Jammu and on behalf of the Trust,
Ms. Arati Kuthiala, Director and Mr. Vikrant Kuthiala attended the
Scholarship of Rs. 10,000 each were given to meritorious girls
students studying in class 10 th , 11 th and 12 th of Govt. Schools of
border areas of Jammu Province. 8 girls each from the border areas
of Jammu, Samba, Poonch, Kathua & Rajouri districts were awarded
For the year 2019-20, Himachal Pradesh chapter was also added for
the scholarship, wherein scholarships were awarded at village Nagri
near Palampur in HP. Around 25 girls studying in classes between 3 rd
and 12 th were awarded scholarship.
Also Jodhamal School has introduced the theme “We are the World”,
It indicated that whole society helps us nurture into a true human
being and how we have reciprocated it back to the society, the school
emphasized about the RAI BAHADUR JODHAMAL KUTHIALA
scholarship for girls. We are the world highlighted the contribution of
the school towards the society in the form of donations, scholarship,
Charity, plantation, awareness camps, street plays, cleanliness drives
and other means.
Mr. Rohit Kansal appreciated the gesture of giving scholarships to the
girls from remote border arears of Jammu province, also remarked at
the amazing street plays performed by the students.
Trustee of Jodhamal School, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala thanked the
School Education department for all their help and assistance in
formulating the list of scholarship winners from the remote areas of
Dr. Deep Khare, Principal of Jodhamal School thanked all the
dignitaries for their gracious presence for the special occasion. The
function was compared by Ms. Nandani Bakshi.
27th State Children's Science Congress in Newspapers
EDUCATIONAL FAIR HELD AT JODHAMAL
Jodhamal Public School scheduled an Educational Open House &
Interactive Session catering to an yearlong responsibility to make Parents &
Children learn about the courses at various Universities across the World.
The participating Universities were Indian School of Hospitality, O.P Jindal
Global University, Ashoka University, Pearl Academy, Benett University, BM
Munjal University, Indian School of Business & Finance, Switz Education,
Krea University, Universal Business School, World University of Design,
Shiv Nadar University, Atria University, University of York, UK, University of
Limerick, Ireland offering a variety of courses in Science, Humanities,
Commerce, Hospitality, Tourism, Mass Communication, Media, Graphics,
Parents & Students of Classes IX, X, XI & XII visited the Venue to Interact
with the Representatives of the above enlisted Universities to get aware of
the Best Courses available. This allowed the Children & the Parents to get
acquainted with the Facilities & the Structure of the same.
The face-to-face meeting was indeed an overwhelming experience with the
purpose of increasing Visibility, build Relationship & develop a Sense of
This helped each Child build a connect through the Positive Communication
that reinforces the Right Academic habit.
SENIOR WING ANNUAL DAY AT JODHAMAL SCHOOL
Jodhamal Public School celebrated its fifteenth Annual Day on Sunday, 24th
November, 2019 highlighting the theme “We are the World”. It indicated that
whole society helps us nurture into a true human being and how we have
reciprocated it back to the society.
Mr Farooq Khan IPS (Advisor to the Government of J&K) was the esteemed
Chief Guest. Mr. Manoj Dwivedi IAS, Forest Commissioner, Jammu was the
guest of honour.
Among the dignitaries present were Mr. Abdul Gani Mir (ADGP), Mr Ravinder
Kumar (M.D Sidco) ,Ms Purnima Sharma (Deputy Mayor) On behalf of the
school management the event was graced by Ms Aarti kuthiala (Director) and
Dr Deep Khare (Principal).
The programme commenced with the lighting of the Ceremonial lamp to
invoke God’s blessings. This entailed the Welcome speech by the Head Boy
The well synchronized Orchestra and chorus singers were blissful to the ears
and transported the audience to the contemporary music. Efforts of the Choir
Mentors Poonam Mahajan, Deepak Kumar, Subhash Dey and MK Sahil was
Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, the Trustee, spoke of the future plans of the school and
emphasized about the RAI BAHADUR JODHAMAL KUTHIALA scholarship for
girls studying in class 9 th and 12 th in Govt. Schools, affected by cross border
shelling. Emphasisng the contribution of the school towards the society in the
form of donations, scholarships.
The Principal, Dr. Deep Khare congratulated the school stakeholders for the
No. 1 Ranking of the school in the whole of J&K, By the Education World, for
the fifth consecutive year. Mr. Khare highlighted the exceptional results of
class X and XII. The toppers were awarded of class10th with the cash price of
fifteen thousand. School felt proud to announce the National level quiz
winners (Raghav and Burhan) for bringing laurels to the school. It is a global
bench mark for Jodhamal Public school to be the first school in Jammu and
Kashmir to conduct the prestigious Trinity College London exam. Jodhamal
has been included in the list of Top 50 Schools of the country for the second
consecutive year by Fortune Magazine in collaboration with Singapore based
online Career Portal Univariety.
Mr Farooq Khan appreciated the efforts of children and teachers of Jodhamal
School for excellent academic results of class Tenth and Twelfth. He gave
special mention to the developing Infrastructure and accentuated that
Jodhamal to be the pioneer in the world of education.
The cultural programme commenced with the dance form of Jhansi ki Rani,
mentored by (Ms Shruti and Ms Aadi) beautifully showing the energy, patriotic
feelings present in her to make the britishers feel scared of her. The hard work
and toil of the art and craft department, reflected vividly through the 3D
movable props displayed on stage. Kathak Dance highlighting the Ras Leela of
Krishna with Gopiya carried one away into the mythological world. The five
element dance form was based on that we human beings are made of ‘ panch
vibhut’ are we all become part of them in the end. The students through this
Art form have exhibited and mesmerized through their diligent efforts have
tried to spread awareness amongst the audience about the significance of
sustainable development and environmental protection.
All the spectators were spellbound to see the energetic and iconic
performances displayed by the students, Jodhamal School believes in making
the students self-reliant, conscious and responsible citizens of the society.
Ms. Nandini Bakshi the CCA Coordinator presided over the prize giving
the event was anchored by Ms Shakun Kalra and Ms Shalima Pargal and
The Vote of thanks was proposed by, the Head girl Zitin Koul. The programme
was compared by the team of smart oratory experts. The programme
culminated with the National Anthem.
JTEAM JODHAMAL WINS BEST DELEGATION AWARD AT
G D GOENKA
Jodhamal wins the best delegation award at Sanskriti school MUN
Jodhamal wins the best delegation award at Sanskriti school MUN
JODHAMAL STUDENTS SHINE IN VARIOUS MUN CONFERENCES
The students of JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL won accolades by winning BEST DELEGATION in
MUN CONFERENCES held at Jammu Sanskriti School & Heritage School.
Jodhamal Public School delegation participated in Global Peace Model United Nations Conference
known as GPMUN in Jammu Sanskriti School Delegation comprising of 15 students namely Aarya
Mahajan, Akshobya Pratap Singh, Aayan Malhotra, Akshat Dogra, Divyanshi Trakroo, Kush
Manchanda, Lakahav Singh Sambyal, Luvish, Medansh Thusoo, Pranav Mahajan, Seerat Virk,
Sohum Magazine, Swastik Dev Singh, Shaarvi Magazine, Shaurya Sangra.The GPMUN convened 7
committees like UNSC, UNHRC, UNW, Lok Sabha, JKLA, Continuous Crisis Committee, and IP.
JMPS Delegation competed with delegates from many different Schools and received BEST
DELEGATION Trophy with maximum number of individual prizes. Aarya Mahajan, Swastik Dev Singh
and Shaurya Sangra received Best Delegate Award, Shaarvi Magazine, Seerat Virk, Soham
Magazine got High Commendation, Medansh Thusoo, Akshat Dogra, Lavish Jamwal and Pranav
Mahajan got Verbal Mention.
In an another event, JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL delegation participated in HERITAGE
SCHOOL JAMMU MODEL UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE that hosted its 2nd edition in
Hertiage School campus. Jodhamal Public School delegation comprising of 17 students namely
Aarya Mahajan, Medansh Thusoo, Pranav Mahajan, Seerat Virk, Soham Magazine, Shaarvi
Magazine, Mitushi Sharma, Srishti Gupta, Suhani Sharma, Samarth Mahajan, Moksh Sharma,
Samarth Mahajan, Angad Singh, Mudakkir Latifi, Ahmed Ayaan. The HSMUN convened 7
committees like UNSC, UNHRC, UNDP, LOK SABHA, AIPPM, JKLSM and IP. JMPS
Delegation received BEST DELEGATION TROPHY with maximum number of individual prizes
and proved its excellence by sweeping 11 awards starting with Pranav Mahajan & Medansh
Thusoo, who received the Best Delegate Award, Shaarvi Magazine, Mitushi Sharma High
Commendation, Samarth Mahajan, Suhani Mahajan, Aarya Mahajan, Seerat Virk Special
Mention, Soham Magazine, Saksham Mahajan, Adit Magotra Verbal mention.
The other delegates did equally well and gave a tough competition to the delegates from other schools
and proved their excellence. The performance of the team was appreciated by the organizing
committee and by other delegates. Jodhamal delegates collaborated with other school delegates to
resolve complex global and national issues and propose solutions.
The Delegations were mentored and escorted by faculty members Ms. Bhawna Madaan,Ms Mubeen
Butt,Ms Deepmala, Ms Deepali,Ms.Namrata, Mr Keshav Prajapati and Ms.Ruby Sharma.
Principal Dr Deep Khare congratulated the team for their outstanding performance and felicitated the
students in a special assembly wherein all participants shared their experiences. Principal Sir insisted
upon the participation of students in such conferences as this sort of exposure will go a long way in
holistic development of children.
Jodhamal Students Selected for National Swimming Meet
On the basis of their performance in the Inter District swimming competition
organized by the Department of Youth Services and sports in Jammu last
month, 8 Girls and 5 boys of Jodhamal Public School have been selected to
represent the UT of J&K at the National Level swimming meet scheduled to be
held at Talkatora Garden indoor sports complex, New Delhi from Nov 17 to 23
In the Girls’s category –Varinda Basotra, Kusha Sharma, Ciya Gupta, Anadhya
Handa, Pranjna Gupta, Areen Kichloo, Tanish Jaggi, Avnee Aethmea have been
selected. For boys’s category Dhairya Choudhary, Priyum Jain, Arnav Gupta,
Kartikaye Choudhary and Aryam Abrol have made it to the national level.
School Principal Dr. Deep Khare has congratulated the students and their
swimming coach’s Pooja Bassan, Aruna Jamwal, David Sandu, Romesh Chander
for their great achievement and wished them success at the national level.
JODHAMAL KUTHIALA SCHOLASHIP AWARDED
For past many years the Jodhamal Kuthiala Scholarship are being awarded to girl students in the state
of J&K. The 2019-20 scholarship for J&K are likely to be awarded on 24 th & 25 th November.
For the year 2019-20 it was decided to add a Himachal Pradesh chapter as well for scholarship. In a
recent ceremony the Himachal Pradesh chapter of J&K scholarship were awarded at Village Nagari
near Palampur in H P. Around 25 girls studying in classes between 3 rd and 12 th were awarded
scholarship for the year 2019-20.
The girls were awarded the scholarship by Mr. Ashish Butal, MLA Palampur.
The ceremony was also attended by senior officials and educationist of the area. Nandan Kuthiala
and Arati Kuthiala represented the Rai Bahadur Jodhamal Kuthiala Educational foundation on the
Speaking on the occasion Mr. Ashish Butal thanked the foundation for awarding scholarship in his
area and hoped that other trusts and social associations would come forward to help the cause of girl
education. He also announced grants from his constituency fund for the three government schools of
the area to develop the play grounds in these government schools.
The Award Weekly : 6th November 2019
A group of eight Gold Award Participants from Jodhamal Public School went for their Gold Residential Project to Palampur as part of their Award Journey from the 6th to the 10th of October. The group was accompanied by Adult Volunteers Keshav Prajapati, Ms. Deepmala, and the Principal, Dr. Deep Khare.
The Residential Project is one of the five important pillars of the Gold Award. In the Award programme students are engaged productively throughout their schooling years. Students individually work on different spheres of the Award, which makes them physically, emotionally and socially adaptable and world ready!
In Palampur, the Gold Award Participants learnt about the art of tea making. The participants worked together with the local community and stayed with them. They learnt the skill of collecting tea leaves and the complete process of tea manufacturing. They studied tea estates, the dynamics of the tea factory, and the building of greenhouses. As part of their Gold Residential Project, the Gold Award Participants explored the habitat in and around Palampur, the Dhauladar Ridge, a Buddhist monastery, and the local market, where they learnt about the local culture and handicrafts.
The Award Participants successfully completed their Gold Residential Project, an educational journey filled with experiential learning that they will remember and cherish forever. Their journey to an unfamiliar place taught them to adapt, explore their leadership skills, learn new things and challenge themselves. The journey has taught them to be #WORLDREADY
JODHAMAL SCHOOL CONTRIBUTES TO CRPF- WELFAREFUND
Our Forces have not only made us proud with their courage by guarding our
borders and keeping us safe from external threats, they have also won hearts of
people with their relentless services in disasters and internal conflicts. Also our
Jawans provide aid and rescue the people in distress even working on holidays.
While any amount of Appreciation and thanks are little in exchange for their
gallant efforts, a sweet gesture in melting the hearts of the people on
In a brief ceremony held at IG Jammu Head. Quarters Jammu. Jodhamal
School Head Boy Dhairya Choudhary, Head Girl Zitin Koul, Deputy
Head Boy Jodhdeep Singh, Deputy Head Girl Osmi Gupta presented a
cheque amounting to Rs 2 Lakhs to Inspector General of Police CRPF,
Jammu Sector Mr. Subhash Chandra (IPS) in presence of DIG Mr.
Sarbjit Singh, Mr. Joginder Singh, Commandant Mr. Sanjeev Kumar and
Staff Officer to IG Mr. Mukhatyar Singh Commandant. The Cheque was made
in the Bharat Ke Veer fund of Paramilitary forces .On this occasion, Jodhamal
School students spoke and lauded the role of CRPF for their courage and relentless
services to the people during highly turbulent situations whether flash floods,
cyclones or combating internal insurgency in J & K, North East or Naxal infested
areas of the country.
IGP in his address and other officers present on the occasion appreciated the views
and sentiments expressed by Jodhamal School students. Team Jodhamal school
was accompanied by Mr Narinder Singh, Mr. Vijay Jamwal Manger Transport and
Bharat Bhushan Sharma, Administrative Officer Jodhamal School who thanked IG
and Officers for sparing their precious time from their busy schedule. In this
goodwill gesture Trustee Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Director Mrs. Arati Kuthiala ,
Principal Dr. Deep Khare and Vice Principal Mrs. Shefali Sanwal wished the
CRPF all the very best.
TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON EXAMINATION CONDUCTED AT
The Third edition of examination by Trinity College London was held recently at Jodhamal
Mr. Barry Prince from South Africa was the International Speech and Drama examiner for
Trinity Guidehall. As many as 200 students are taking the Trinity College London
Examination in the year 2019-20.
Trinity is an international exam board, 125 year old, with a rich heritage of academic rigour
and a positive supportive approach to assessment. Trinity board conducts exams in over
70 countries and in India, The schools like Doon school, Mayo girls, Scindia, DPS, Shriram
school Delhi, Genesis Global etc. take this exam. The exams taken by the students are
fully accredited in the U.K. and recognized internationally in many other countries.
It is a global bench mark for Jodhamal Public school to be the first school in Jammu and
Kashmir to conduct this prestigious exam in its campus.
Around 61 teachers from classes pre nursery to class 12 were trained professionally to
facilitate the students to take the international exam. These exams are specifically
designed to help student progress. They inspire the learners and mark their achievement
at each stage of their development and at all levels of competence.
The study strands include Speech and Drama, Individual Acting skills, Group
performance, Shakespeare, communication skills, Musical theatre and Performance arts. It
gives a platform to a child at international level to recognize, develop and hone up various
skills which are a need of the time today. It is a platform which not only develops
confidence but also get one to be recognized at the international level. It offers
opportunities for everyone interested in performance at any level to develop their skills
and understanding in a wide range of discipline.
The students are being judged in three different categories –pass, merit and distinction.
Most of the kids of Jodhamal Public School excelled in the exam held last year with a
distinction, very few with merit and only one with pass. The teachers and the students
were over whelmed with the excellent result and are looking forward to participate year
after year in the exam to be conducted next year in the school premises.
The school management applauded the efforts put by Ms. Ranju Malhotra, Jodhamal
School Coordinator for Trinity exams, the students, their teachers and parents for guiding
them in a structured framework designed to encourage the progressive development of
integrated performance and communication skills over time. They also added that the
biggest benefit of this exam is to ease away shyness and the stage fright, fluent public
speaking, stronger self-belief and smarter interpersonal skills.
JODHAMAL SHINES AT INDIA TODAY NATIONAL QUIZ
Every year more than 5000 schools participate in the INDIA TODAY
National Quiz. This National Quiz is telecast on the India Today News
Channel every Saturday and Sunday.
Team Jodhamal comprising of Raghav Khajuria and Burhan Rashid and
Mentored by Mr. Sanjay Pandey emerged winners in the prelims of India
Today News Wiz season IV held at India Today studio, New Delhi.
The show is hosted & anchored by one of India’s most respected media
personality Mr. Rajdeep Sardesai. News Wiz Quiz is produced by Mr.
Siddhartha Basu, the brains behind the quiz shows such as Kaun
Banega Crorepati and India’s Child Genius. News Wiz is one of the most
watched quiz show on the National Television.
After clearing the gruelling online tests and the subsequent Skype video
interviews round, Raghav and Burhan became one of the few teams
from the country’s top schools to represent their state at the National
prelims at the India Today Mediaplex at Noida.
The pair of excellent quizzers Burhan and Raghav smashed through the
prelims while exhibiting their intellectual best, cracking some of the
trickiest questions and surpassed the Cambridge Court School, Jaipur
and Saint Patricks School Puducherry . Principal of the school Dr. Deep
Khare and the management congratulated the team and their mentor Mr
Sanjay Pandey for all their efforts.
JODHAMAL EXCELS IN ROLLER SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP.
Jodhamal Public school set another golden mark by winning
maximum medals in State level Roller skating championship held
recetly.With the efforts of coaches Mr. Kamal Anand& Mr.
RiteshJamwal, skaters of the school have put up a commendable
The winners in Speed (Quads & Inline) were: YUVRAJ SINGH (2 Gold
& 1 Bronze), RANVEER SINGH (1 Gold, Silver & Bronze), SAANCH
ANAND (3 Bronze), PEARL SURI (1 Silver & 1 Bronze), ANANDINI
SHARMA (2 Silver), AAHANA MAHAJAN (1 Gold & Bronze), AAMYAA
VASHISHTH (1 Gold & Bronze), KRISHIV GUPTA (3 Bronze), MANYA
RANDHAWA (2 Silver), SAAMEI GUPTA (2 Silver), GURJOT SINGH (2
Silver), GURSIMRAN KOUR (3 Silver), AAHAN SHARMA (1
Silver),SHAWINI GUPTA(1 GOLD,1 SILVER) .
The winners in Roller Hockey Girls were: Ayesha Mubeev,
AyeshsaHayaat, AamyaVashisht, Aanya Mahajan, Aahana Gupta won
GOLD. SerishAbrol, Priyal Kapoor, ZikraBatool, Nandini Sharma won
The winners in Roller Hockey Boys (Junior & Sub-Junior) were:
Aahan Sharma, Eklavya Mahajan, Mahim Nanda, SaamerRahi,
AlmanHaiderChib, Jaideep, Ishmeet Singh, Devassya, Varuhasv,
Gagan Singh, Chirag Mahajan won Silver.
JODHAMAL SCHOOL RANKED ON TOP IN J&K STATE
Jodhamal Public School has been ranked as the Best Co-edu School in J&K,
consecutively fifth year in a row by the prestigious Magazine, Education World.
Every year Education World in collaboration with C-Fore conduct a nationwide survey
in May-June and more than 5,000 top schools all over India participating in this survey.
Jodhamal success can be attributed to improved performance across the 14 parameters
like Academic Reputation, Competence of Faculty, Co-Curriculum Activities,
Infrastructure, Discipline, Community Service, Sports Education, Leadership,
Management quality, Life Skills & teacher-student ratio.
Over the past four months C-fore personnel interviewed 10,301 parents, principals,
teachers and senior school students in 29 cities countrywide, and persuaded them to
rate schools in their region on a ten point scale across 14 parameters of education
The award winning Schools of respective states were felicitated recently in New Delhi,
wherein Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Director and Dr. Deep Khare,
Principal Jodhamal Public School received this prestigious award on behalf of the
Some other notable winners in their respective states / cities were Vasant Valley
School, The Doon School, Mayo College, DPS RK Puram, Mayo Girls College, The
Cathedral and John Canon School Mumbai, Sanskriti School New Delhi, Mallya
International Bangalore, Modern School, New Delhi, Welham Girls and Scindia School,
On behalf of the organizer, Mr Dilip Thakore of Education World and Mr Prem Chand
Palety of C-Fore foundation, congratulated all the winner and highlighted the changing
preference from Pure academic-based education to holistic education. They also spoke
on the evolution of education in the 21 st Century, which is move in since with the need of
the time. Mr Dilip Thakore appreciated Jodhamal Public School for giving the education
par excellence to the next generation.
Management said "The award is a testimony of the hard work, dedication, and sense of
purpose of each and every stake holder of the Jodhamal fraternity". They also thanked
the Staff, Students and Parents of team Jodhamal for their collaborative approach and
hard work which made this award possible.
Jodhamal awarded ‘Future 50 Leadership Award’
In a glittering ceremony at Amity Leadership Summit 2019 held at Amity
University, Jaipur, Jodhamal Public School was awarded as a ‘Future 50
Leadership Award for 2019. Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee Rai Bahadur
Jodhamal Kuthiala foundation accepted the award on behalf of team
Jodhamal. Jodhamal was the only school conferred with this prestigious
award from J&K. This award is given by Fortune India Magazine in
Collaboration with the Amity University, Jaipur and Univariety for
successfully building a comprehensive School Ecosystem and making
students future ready.
Future 50 Schools Shaping Success is a premium annual evaluation of
progressive schools across India conceptualized by industry powerhouses
Univariety (Education Partner), Fortune India (Media Partner) and PwC
Furthermore, on the lines of the illustrious Fortune 500 companies, the
Future 50 initiative takes schools through a stringent and most noteworthy
transparent evaluation process.
Trustees and Principals from schools like Mayo, Scindia, Modern School,
Hyderabad Public School, YPS Patiala, Pathways, Oakridge also received
the above award on the behalf of their organization.
Mr. Nandan Kuthiala dedicated and thanked the Staff, Students and Parents
of team Jodhamal for their collaborative approach and hard work which
made this award possible.
JODHAMAL YOUTH CONCLAVE CONCLUDES
The three days of great enthusiasm, heated debates, parliamentary diplomacy
and fun filled socials, the Jodhamal Youth Conclave concluded with a wave of
firm conviction that now is the time for the youth to build human solidarity around
the world with not only the nation but the world at peace not in pieces.
The Chief Guest of the closing ceremony Mr. Arvind Jasrotia the Director of The
Law School, Jammu, appreciated the effort being put up by the students and the
faculty of Jodhamal Public School to inculcate the feeling towards Nation at
peace not in pieces while also talking about some of the critical agendas chosen
by the JYC Directorate.
Over more than 300 delegates in this year’s JYC discussed on distinct agendas
from social agendas like “consent as a constitutional right” to volatile agendas
such as ‘role of AFSPA in Kashmir’. The best delegate were awarded to Vaidehi
Mattoo, Srishtri Manawa, Dhruv Gandhi of Jodhamal School, Agastaya Rana of
DPS, Jammu, Kounen of Burn Hall School, Kashmir, Suhani Rajput, Vanshi Dhar
of KCIS, Prachi Atri of JKPS, Syesha Ganjoo of GD Goenka, Jammu. The
Outstanding delegates were awarded to Vanshika Sharma, Malvika Jain, Aasmi
Abrol of KCIS, Hanan Khalil of GD Goenka, Shireen Kalra of Presentation
Convent, Atharav of Heritage School, Amber, Niyati of Jammu Sanskriti and
Abhijot Singh (individual). The Honourable mention were awarded to Akhilesh
Magotra, Jayesh Singh, Varinda Salgotra, Samreen Fatima of KCIS, Seerat Virk,
Arya Mahajan, Samarth, Pranav, Anant Maini of JMPS, Aasim-ul-Haq, Aaryan of
Heritage School, Himanshu Bhardwaj of Jammu Sanskriti, Annanya Sangra of
Presentation Convent School, Siddhant Gupta of Scindia School, Gwalior,
Mannan Kalil of GD Goenka and Parth Anand (Individual).
After witnessing the amazing performance by the school Rock Band and an
extravagant dance party on the second day, all the delegates were also a part of
the War Cabinet - the first ever Joint Crisis Committee in the history of Jammu
And Kashmir with 300 delegates and 8 Executive Board members. In the war
cabinet, the delegates were successful in protecting the territorial sovereignty of
In the Ending Video, The Delegates took a pledge of working towards a better
legacy of our youth, which was followed by the hyped first look of The Historic
Cabinet – Maharaja Hari Singh’s Cabinet.
Jodhamal Emerged Champions at Sahodaya Swimming Competition
Jodhamal Public School hosted Sahodaya Inter School Swimming Competition. More than 400
students participated from 13 different schools in categories like freestyle–100 & 50 meter,
breast stroke, back stroke, Butterfly stroke, free style relay, medley 50 meters, relay etc. in all
age group categories. All the events were played under various categories like under 10, 12, 14,
17 for both boys and girls. The participants took part in various events with gusto and
The rolling championship trophy was bagged by Jodhamal Public School with 21 Gold, 13
Silver and 5 Bronze medals.
The Gold MEDAL WINNERS were Dhairya Choudhary, Aseed Kichloo, Seerat Kanboj, Mohd.
Ibrahim, Prapati, Aryan Abrol, Lavanya Kotach, Priyal Kapoor, Tanisha Jaggi, Arnav Gupta,
Prajna Gupta, Vadanya Salathia, Kusha Sharma, Aahan Vohra, Saba Jamwal, Kaashvi Gupta,
Areen Kichloo, Sehaj Dhillon, Priyum Jain, Vishal Barla, Vinay Barla, Anjelina Bali, Adalia
Narang, Medha, Kartikaya Choudhary, Kartavya Mahajan, Karman Singh and Aarit Nagpal.
The silver medal winners were Dia Mahajan, Areen Kichloo, Priyansh Bhardwaj, Saba Jamwal,
Kartikay Choudhary, Vrinda Basorta, Kartavya Mahajan, Ciya Gupta, Aarav Saraf, Prabmeet
Singh, Prabdeep Singh, Aditya Partap Singh, Mysia, Rumipya Chowdhary and Diya Gupta.
The bronze medal winners were Vihan Goel, Sehaj Dhillon, Aseed Kichloo, Aadit Sharma,
Dhairya Choudhary, Arjun Sharma, Ansh Gupta and Manik
The event was organized under the aegis of CBSE Sahodaya School Complex Jammu.
Mrs. Nirmal Mahna President and Mr. S.K. Singh Secretary Jammu Sahodaya Schools
Complex inaugurated the tournament and Prof. Neetu Randhawa was the Chief Guest for the
Principal Dr. Deep Khare and Vice Principal Shefali Sanwal also appreciated the efforts of the
Swimming Coach Pooja Basan, Aruna Jamwal and the HOD Sports Sukomal Ganguly for
making it such a huge success and for all the efforts made in honing up the talent of the
The event concluded with the vote of thanks by the Principal who thanked all the Principals of
the participating Schools, Sports Staff of all schools.
Jodhamal students shine at Inter school badminton
The badminton team of Jodhamal Public School had
participated in Inter-school sahodaya competition held at R. M.
Public School, Jammu. The best 09 schools of the district had
participated in this prestigious competition. Sarthak Jain of
Class 7 th had participated under the category of U-14 singles
(boys) and won the first position. Herschel Manik of Class 6 th
and Dhairya Arora of Class 8 th had taken part in Under – 14
doubles (boys) and they also laurels by winning the competition
in their category. Team Jodhamal Public School stood overall
champions in Under – 14 category. Jayaditya Sharma and
Bhavkirat Singh of Class 10 th had participated in Under – 17
doubles (boys) and finished with the 3 rd position. Arjun Singh of
class 11 th had participated in the category of Under – 17 singles
The School Principal, Dr. Deep Khare felicitated the winners in
a special assembly in the school and congratulated the sports
staff of Jodhamal School for preparing the team so well to
achieve the excellence. The team was escorted by Mr. Ritish
'NATIO APUD PAX ET CONCORDIA'
The 2019 chapter of Jodhamal Youth Conclave (JYC) kickstarted on 30 th August in
the school campus. This year’s conference theme is "Nation at Peace not in Pieces"
(NATIO APUD PAX ET CONCORDIA)
JYC is an effort that has been initiated by JMPS to involve it's youth to engross in
order to workout on agendas that have engulfed Indian political scenario. Being the
three-day event with over 300 middle and high school students from Jammu and
across India gathered together to address and learn about issues that needs some
JYC kick-started today with full vigour in the Multipurpose Hall of Jodhamal Public
School where Prof. Ashok Aima Vice Chancellor of Central University of Jammu
graced the occasion as the Chief guest of the day and gave an inspirational key
note address which stirred the entire conference. The other Principals who attended
the opening ceremony were Ms. Rohini Aima, Ms. Nirmal Mahna, Mr. Vivek Arora
and Mr. Subendhu Sarkar.
Jodhamal Youth Conclave provides young citizens a forum for Independent thinking
while honoring diverse opinions; trusting and harnessing others; motivation and
action Along with the important elements JYC believes in enhancing self-image;
learning through dialogue; accepting the unknown; being a role model in finding
supporters that share their passion; respecting different values; offering different
ways to get involved; good communication between management and the field.
The three day conference hosted students and escorts from reputed schools like
Scindia School (Gwalior), Lawrence School, Burn Hall School, JK Public, KC
International, Model Academy, Jammu Sanskriti, Heritage School, Army Schools,
Law College (Jammu University) Doon International School, Presentation Convent,
Rich Harvest and many more.
JYC not only proved to be a great platform for delegates to showcase their
intellectual skills but also helped them make friends and memories for a lifetime and
the event is now the talk of the town.
The opening Video itself made the theme Nation at peace not in pieces so very clear
and heart touching that almost all the members witnessing had the Goose Bumps.
The best part of the JYC was that it was by the students, for the students and of the
students initiative and the students worked very hard to make it a successful event
of the town. The Conference Director Bhawna Madaan along with colleagues
Mubeen Butt and Deepmala Sharma and team of teachers worked to come up with
more simulations and negotiations in this season.
JMPS invited it's alumnus like Aakansha Sharma, Dr. Sheikh Eras, Hasit Sachdeva,
Vanshaj Sharma to Chair the committees with unbiased opinion and decisions and
worked very hard to bring this dream to it’s culmination today in the form of JYC-
Committees like Code Black:Narcos, Azad Bharat Commission, Hindustan Cabinet,
Special Tribunal On National Security, National Commission On Recreational Drugs,
Rajya Sabha, Special Probe On Fundamental Rights and National Commission For
Women and a special Committee The War Cabinet, presided over by the students
and alumni of the school witnessed heated debates on national agendas like
FOSTERING THE QUIT-INDIA MOVEMENT OF 1942 TOWARDS
INDEPENDENCE, REVIEWING MILITANT INSURGENCIES IN KASHMIR AND
THE ROLE OF AFSPA,RECONSTRUCTING THE NATIONAL RESERVATION
POLICY,ENSURING A SAFE SOCIO-ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENT FOR WOMEN
WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON PATRIARCHAL GLASS BARRIERS IN THE
SOCIETY AND CONSENT AS A CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT,ADMINISTERING
THE USE OF PSYCHOACTIVE SUBSTANCES and many more.
The meet was declared open by the Director General Dhairya Choudhary and the
entire Directorate welcomed all the guests and dignitaries. The second day of the
Conclave culminated into a social gathering of all 300 delegates and their escort
teachers in the evening, where the students made friends with each other to be
connected for the future Conclaves and were busy convincing the others to support
their motion. Trustee Nandan Kuthiala, Director Arati Kuthiala along with the
Principal Dr. Deep Khare and Vice Principal Shefali Sanwal witnessed the program
and blessed the students for the three days of Brainstorming and having fun while
learning and take along with them experiences that have enriched them with more
knowledge, learning and social skills that would provide the delegates confidence to
grow into better versions of themselves to confide, plan and execute better in times
TEAM JODHAMAL SHINES AT THE DOON SCHOOL
Jodhamal Public School students participated in The Doon School Model United Nations Conference
popularly known as DSMUN. The 2019 edition of DSMUN was held in the third week of August in The Doon
School, Dehradun. Jodhamal Public School delegation escorted by Faculty member Ms. Deepmala was the
only delegation from J&K State participated for the seventh time & competed with famous Schools from
different parts of the country. The participating schools included The Doon School, Welham Boys, Welham
Girls, Mayo College Girls, Modern School Barakhamba, Modern School Vasant Vihar, Selaqui International,
Maharani Gayatri Devi, The Lawrence School Sanawar and many more.
The DSMUN convened 14 committees like UNSC, DISEC, UNODC, ECOSOC, IP, UNHRC, Rajya Sabha &
The team member were Saba Jamwal, Mitushi Sharma, Shaarvi Magazine, Rudhraksh Bhalla, Vinisha
Barala, Adit Magotra, Sohan Magazine and Medansh Thusoo. The Performance of the team was
appreciated by the organizing committee and by the other delegates. Jodhamal delegates collaborated with
other school delegates to resolve complex global issues and propose solutions. Medansh Thusoo stole the
show with his performance.
Principal Dr. Deep Khare congratulated the team for their outstanding and felicitated the students in a
special assembly wherein all MUNERs shared their experience.
INVESTITURE CEREMONY HELD AT JODHAMAL SCHOOL
Junior School Investiture Ceremony was held at Jodhamal Public Scchool with great
patriotic fervor. Colonel Prashant Bhaisora, commanding officer 11 Grenadiers,
honoured the occasion as the Chief Guest. 28 Student Leaders were inducted to Junior
School Prefect Council Headed by SPLs- Rohan Gupta & Tara Basotra, ASPLs- Aaryan
Gupta & Angelina Gorka, Sports Prefects- Aarav Mahajan & Pranya Puri, CCA
Incharges- Sabgun Kour & Shaurya Hans, Eco Leaders- Rahini Sharma & Shulin Koul,
Discipline Incharges- Tushar Choudhary & Saisha Mahajan, House Captains- Kartikya
Kotwal, Zikra Jahangir, Chandranan Veer Singh, Jivi Gupta, Parth Vasudev, Arshdeep
Kour, Shashwat Singh & Amaira Malhotra. House Vice Prefects- Pavit Singh, Jigisha
Thosoo, Aarav Handoo, Avni Sharma, Rajvi Sinha, Mahin Mahajan , Advay Kesar &
Head Girl Zitin Koul gave the welcome speech. Head Boy Dhairya Choudhary
administered the Oath for the newly elected Council....The Trustee Mr. Nandan Kuthiala
motivated all present at the hall with the inspiring yells and geared the young blood.
The Principal , Dr Deep Khare, in his speech, complimented all the young leaders and
told them that with power comes the responsibility and each one needs to keep their
school flag held high....Col. Prashant Bhaisara also complimented all leaders and their
parents who were present on the occasion and said in his speech that if one is
determined there is nothing which can stop a person from being successful. All the
parents and the guest felt highly elated and impressed with the short and crisp
Investiture Ceremony held in the school MPH. The celebration started with a patriotic
Song sung by middle school students. Vice Principal Ms Shifali Sanwal thanked the
Chief Guest and parents for sparing their valuable time for being there at Jodhamal and
said that all leaders need to lead by example for that is the only way of making the
people understand you and follow you otherwise preaching makes no impact on anyone.
Highlight of the day was when the SPLs addressed the audience, where they were
crystal clear in their vision for their school at such tender age and the clarity of voice,
diction and the choice of words. It really mesmerised each present in the hall. The
programme came to a close with the singing of the National Anthem.
JODHAMAL MUNERS SHINE AT WELMUN 2019
Jodhamal Muners participated for the third time in the Welham Boys’ Model United Nations
Conference, popularly known as WELMUN, that hosted its Fifth edition in the month of
August, 2019. Jodhamal Public School delegation escorted by Ms Bhawna Madaan and Mr.
Sachin Dogra was the delegation from Jammu that participated and competed with
famous schools from different parts of the country like The PUNJAB PUBLIC
SCHOOL,,MAYO COLLEGE GIRLS,MAYO COLLEGE BOYS, MODERN SCHOOL
VASANT VIHAR,SHIV NADAR,WELHAM GIRLS,WELHAM BOYS,SELAQUI
INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, The DOON SCHOOL,DOON INTERNATIONAL,UNISON
SCHOOL,DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL,MAHARANI GAYATRI DEVI,PINE GROVE,RAJMATA
KRISHNA KUMARI,DELHI SANSKRITI,DALY COLLEGE INDORE. The WELMUN convened eight distinct and challenging committees, like – UNSC, UNGA 1 –
DISEC, ECOSOC, UNW, UNPBC, IP and the Council of Hindustan – a fictional crisis
committee in which our delegates Prabin Singh and Mohd Raza received honourable
mention and Arsh Mir received Verbal Mention in their respective committees. The other
delegates like Saba Jamwal,Gungun Anand, Karmanya Wahi , Sai Sharan and Kartik Singh
did equally well and gave a tough competition to the delegates from prestigious schools
and proved their excellence in public speaking skills, simulations and also collaborated with
other school delegates to find ways to foster fraternity in our fractured VUCA (volatile,
uncertain, complex, ambiguous) world with a hope that the delegates feel accomplished in
their efforts to think and propose solutions to resolving complex global issues of today's day
JODHAMAL AWARDED AT HOUSE OF COMMONS, LONDON
Jodhamal Public School has earned International fame as it was
listed among the “Great Place to Study across India” and was
awarded at the House of Commons, Westminster Palace in
In the recently held ceremony at the Terrace Pavilion, House of
Commons in London, Jodhamal Public school was awarded the
GPTS award by Member House of Lords, Baroness Verma. On
the behalf of the school the award was received by Anandita
Kuthiala, an Alumni of Jodhamal School.
Some of the other Great Place to Study award winners were
Mayo College, Hyderabad Public School, Assam Valley School,
Birla School, Sherwood College, Wynberg Allen School and
Mussoorie International School.
The Keynote speaker at the function were Member House of
Lords, Baroness Verma. Other eminent educationist who spoke at
the function were Dr. Ruth MacConville, Mr. S. A. Bhattacharjee
and Mr. Ross Hall.
On day one the award ceremony was held at House of Commons,
Westminster Palace, London and on the second day seminars
were at Kings College, Waterloo Campus, London.
The Global League Institute Certificate is awarded on the basis of
a very comprehensive and detailed Pan India survey of teachers,
parents and students. Jodhamal Public School was honoured with
this awarded at the House of Commons, Westminster Palace,
London also for the year 2018.
The management of Jodhamal Public School thanked the staff for
all their hard work and efforts which made this possible.
JODHAMAL WINS INTER SCHOOL BASKETBALL
In U- 19 Inter School Basketball tournament conducted by Youth Services
and Sports held recently at M.A.M. stadium. Team of Jodhamal Public
School emerged winner. Members of the team were Zitin (Captain), Vrinda,
Mriganka, Vedahi, Akanksha, Gaurika, Umang, Pranati, Prableen, Tanishq,
Agam Kour and Vanshika
The team was coached by Mr. Vinod Dogra.
The School Principal, Dr. Deep Khare felicitated the winners and
congratulated the entire team for its hard work and outstanding
JODHAMAL FELICITATES SOF WINNERS
Jodhamal Public School felicitated its medal winners for excelling in the recently held
SOF examinations. The students of Jodhamal Public School from classes 1st to 10 th
won accolades by winning 18 medals in all age groups.18 students were presented
with the cheques .The meritorious students were also presented with Gift vouchers .
SOF not only promotes education , but also explores potential and develop
competitive spirit among school children.
The students felicitated by the School fraternity for their hard work & dedication were---
--Jayendra of class III who won Gold in IEO with International rank - 4 , Sarthak of
class VI won Gold in IMO ,Harmanjot of class VII won gold in NSO,Sushant of class
VIII won gold in NSO& NCO.
Prabmeet (V) won silver in IEO, Sushant ( VIII) won silver in IEO, Lavansh (V) won
silver in IMO ,Aarav Handoo won silver in NCO, Harmanjot won silver in NCO,Shreyas
(VII) and Tejas Gupta(X) also won silver in NCO at school level.
Students who were lauded with bronze were Aarav Handoo (IV) in NSO, Svayumbhu
(IX) in NSO&IMO, Samaaira ( II )in IMO and Jodhdeep ( XII ) in IMO.
Svayumbhu ,Tejas, Jodhdeep,Sushant ,Harmanjot, Sarthak, Lavansh, Prabhmeet,
Aarav.Jayendra,Samaira, Shreyas were awarded with cash prizes.
26 young SOF aspirants were also awarded Gift vouchers and they are Shreyas,
Jayendra, Pavit, Arnav,Aarav,Lavansh, Prabmeet, Saanidhay, Sarthak, Sachdeep,
Chaitanya, Era, Dhruv, Mohd. Ayaan, Vadaanya, Drishti, Harmanjot, Vanshaj .
Sushant, Aryan Abrol, Mudit, Advitya and Nihal.
Kapish, Jodhdeep and Aakanksha the Senior most students of JMPS of class XII were
presented with gifts.
Harmanjot Singh an outstanding student of class VII won Annual Excellece Award
which gave honour to his skills with a citation , a trophy and a cheque of Rs 5000.
Vice principal Ms.Shefali Sanwal and the SOF Coordinator Ms.Neetu Gupta were also
presented with the citation and trophy.
The students were guided by Ms.Neetu Gupta ,an expertise in the field as a SOF
Coordinator All the winners were felicitated by the School Principal, Dr. Deep Khare
and the school management. .They applauded the efforts of the students for adding
more feathers to Jodhamal’s name and encouraged them to strive hard and continue
with the same zeal in the future as well.
Jodhamal wins Inter School Football Competition
In U-14 Inter School Footbal tournament conducted by Youth Services and Sports
held at Govt. Gandhi Memorial Science College Ground, Jammu on 23 rd and 24 th
Team of Jodhamal Public School emerged winners by getting the better MHAC,
Nagbani in the Tie Breaker.
Members of the team were Ridham Sharma (Goal Keeper), Anusaar Anjal,
tejomay Singh, Ankush Sharma, Rehaan Shazib, Vinayak Gupta, Viraaj Vashisht,
Vyom Kotwal, Ayush Meenia, Kushagar Sambyal, Amaan Malik Akhar, Armaan
Malik, Dhruv Mahajan, Aarav Sharma, Vidut Choudhary, Lavish Jamwal, Saransh
Sharma, Aradhak Sharma. The Goalkeeper of Jodhamal Public School stole the
The team was coached by Mr. Romesh Chander under the guidance of Mr.
Principal Dr. Deep Khare congratulated the team for their outstanding
Welcome assembly for new principal
Jodhamal organize American Field Service (AFS) workshop
Jodhamal Public School Jammu had organized the Intercultural workshop for students and
teachers in collaboration with American Field Service (AFS) Inter cultural program Delhi. Ms
Sarita Badhwar National Qualify Training from AFS Delhi took the workshop for two days.
Teachers from various schools across Jammu city attended the workshop. The school have
taken AFS membership since 2018 in which students and teachers are offered exchange short
term and long term courses regional, nationally and internationally.
Ms Sarita took important topics like Team Building, different stages of learning cycle, concepts
of culture, stereotypes & generalization, cultural values & dimensions, DIVE model and
communication styles. She took different activities and sessions with teachers which was one of
In students workshop topic Effect+ Global citizenship Education was taken in which various
other topics on UN Sustainable Development Goal, Global Citizenship, how to reduce inequality
within & among countries, promote sustained, inclusive & sustainable economic growth, full &
productive employment & decent work for all, ensure inclusive and equitable quality education
& promote lifelong learning opportunities for all, achieve gender equality & empower all
women & girls.
Two Key Speakers Mr. Arjun Singh Pathania (Advocate High court and member Rotary Club) and
Ms. Archana Magazine (eminent educationist) also graced the occasion where they shared their
experiences with students and gave them motivation for the Global Citizenship.
Vote of thanks was given by Principal Dr. Deep Khare and Vice Principal Ms Shefali Sanwal who
appreciated the workshop taken by Ms Sarita from AFS Delhi organized by coordinators Ms
Kiranjit Kaur and Ms Neetu Johri.
GREAT PLACE TO STUDY CERTIFIED 2019
TEAM JODHAMAL SHINES AT SANSKRITI SCHOOL DELHI
The exalting delegation of Jodhamal Public School participated in the annual Sanskriti
School MUN in Delhi and performed exceedingly well. Jodhamal Public School was the
only school from across J&K to participate in the Sanskriti School MUN, New Delhi.The
delegation consisted of Shaarvi, Vipasana ,Sai Sharan ,Lakshav, Samarth, Adnan and
Aadit along with two escort teachers Ms Nivedita Sharma and Mr Vishal Samrat The
entire delegation exhibited eloquent oratory skills in different committees like The
African Union Where the students discussed the Burundi Crises,The Cabinet of Yemen
where the students deliberated upon the Yemeni Civil War , DISEC in which the
students discussed the Nuclear Weapons in South Asia. The entire delegation displays
high order thinking skills with special emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving
Even amongst the top notch schools like Modern School, Sriram School, Welhems and
G D Goenka, the JMPians managed to showcase a remarkable performance. The entire
delegation was heartily appreciated.
All the delegates absorbed an instructive exposure from the event at such a mammoth
level. The Trustee, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala along with the Director, Ms. Arati kuthiala and
Vice Principal Ms. Shefali Sanwal appreciated the delegation for their success and this
unwavering support to the venture with the help of mentors -Mrs. Mubeen, Mrs. Bhawna
Madan and Mrs. Nivedita and Mr Vishal Samrat. All in all Jodhamal stood up to its
leitmotif of shaping students holistically and displaying the resolute intellect and
confidence its students possess.
INVESTITURE CEREMONY AT JODHAMAL
The Investiture Ceremony of Prefect council 2019-20 of Jodhamal public
school was held in Multi-Purpose Hall. The school encourages
leadership qualities, self-reliance, mutual respect, cooperation and
dedication in students. These qualities are developed as one of the core
values promoted at all levels in JMPS.
Young leaders from grade XI and XII that is the Head girl, Head boy
Deputy Head girl, Deputy Head boy, Neutral Prefects/vice Prefects,
House Prefects/vice House Prefects were formally inducted during the
SSP Mr. Randhir Singh Sodhi, presided over Chief Guest and
Mr.Nandan Kuthiala Trustee of the Jodhamal Public School did the
honours of badging the new Head Boy, Dhairya Choudhary, Head Girl
Zitin Kaul, the Deputy Head Boy, Jodhdeep Singh, Deputy Head Girl,
Osmi Gupta, Neutral Prefects, Surbhi Kotwal, Aarav Trehan, Sunarvi
Singh, Kritinay Sharma, Medhavi Bhatti, Rajbir Singh, Samadeep Kour,
Aryan Behal, Jaswant Kour and Sai Sharan, the Neutral Vice Prefects
Harmanpreet Kour, Kshitij Singh, Mitushi Sharma, Shubhang Sethi,
Harjyot Singh, Umang Sharma, Aamna Tariq, Nayan Sharma, Vrinda
Basotra and Harsh Gupta, House Prefect, Aaditri Pargal, Naman Verma,
Vartika Ghai, Kartvya Mahajan, Mahira Sharma, Stanzin Shesnyen,
Harbans Kour and Kartikya Singh. The Vice House Prefects Ruby
Kotwal, Aneesh Singh, Gungun Anand , Manik Jain, Shaarvi Magazine,
Asmit Sachdev, Dyuti, Kour, and Devish Bakshi Sharma,. The Chief
Guest while addressing the gathering appreciated the smartness with
which each council member marched and received the badge.
The Vice-Principal Mrs. Shefali Sanwal administered the oath to prefect
council where in the newly appointed leaders pledged to uphold the
dignity of the school through their service, hardwork and cooperation.
They also took the oath that they will discharge their duties to best of
their ability without pride or prejudice and will always take pride of being
at JMPS with great sense of belongingness. It was a defining moment
for the team of 40 newly elected young leaders as they were entrusted
with responsibilities to keep the school flag flying high. These young
leaders are all set to create positive ethos in the school, to enable the
school to have productive disciplined learning environment and carry the
name of JMPS to greater heights. Present on the occasion were
Mr. Nandan Kuthiala (Trustee), Ms. Arati Kuthiala (Director),
Vice-Principal Mrs. Shefali Sanwal and all parents and guests.
JODHAMAL WINS BEST DELEGATION TROPHY AT GDMUN
Team Jodhamal bagged the ‘Best Delegation Trophy’ at the GDMUN’19 organized by the
GD Goenka Public School Jammu.
The delegates performed exceptionally well with respect to their respective committees
wherein various agenda ranging from the UCC to the ‘LEGALISATION OF
MARIJUANA’. The delegates provided substantive and eloquent arguments and
provided their opinions regarding the same. The entire delegation consisted of 62
delegates from grade 6 to grade 12, out of which a WHOPPING 23 DELEGATES
RECEIVED AWARDS for their contribution. The school team was competing with
around 350 delegates from various parts and prestigious institutions all across the states
in the North of India that includes The Presentation Convent School, Jammu, Heritage
School, The Rich Harvest School, DPS Jammu, APS Jammu Cantt., APS Nagrota,
Banyan International, Jammu Sanskriti, Delhi University, Chandigarh BVC, KC Public,
KC International among many others.
Kritnay Sharma a class 12TH student was honored with a Best Delegate Trophy for his
efforts in the UNHRC, similarly Mian Mohammad Raza also received a ‘Best Delegate’
trophy for his invaluable contributions in the UNODC.
With respect to certain Continuous-crisis-committees, Prabin Singh Sadiwal a grade XI
student received the outstanding delegate award for his contribution in the Ministry of
Magic; similarly, Dhairya Choudhary was bestowed upon with “Outstanding Delegate”
for his contributions in the ICT.
Vihaan Kapoor, Guneev Jawandha, Vaibhav Singh and Jaiaditya Sharma also received
an “Outstanding Delegate” trophy in each of their respective committees.
Further adding to the laurels, Vartika Ghai, Akanksha Sharma and Hafsa Qazi also
received a special mention for their indispensable contribution.
Something that even added to the celebration were the verbal commendation received
by Raghav Gupta, Shaurya Sangra, Mitushi Sharma, Avneet Kaur, Vishnu Priya, Jai
wardhan Sharma, Aadit Sharma, Harmanjot Singh, Lakshav Singh Sambyal, Shaarvi
The MUNING team at Jodhamal is dedicated towards claiming accreditations in
different national and International MUNs. The Trustee JMPS Nandan Kuthiala,
Director Ms Aarti Kuthiala and the Vice Principal Shefali Sanwal appreciated and
applauded the students and their mentors MS.Bhawna Madaan, Ms.Mubeen Butt,
Ms.Deepmala Sharma and the teacher escorts Ms.Ruby Sharma, Ms.Deepali Sharma,
Ms. Kiranjeet Kaur,Ms. Vrinda, Ms. Harjeet, Mr.Sachin,Ms.Neha,Mr.Keshav and Mr.
Raghunandan for their unprecedented efforts and hard work in bringing laurels for the
Every year JMPIANS put all their hearts and efforts efforts to compete with the students
from the best schools across all planes and were therefore appreciated by the Principal
GD Goenka public School Mr. Rajesh Rathore for their exuberant performance during
the course of their committee sessions.
The collective effort of all these delegates was crucial in making team Jodhamal the very
TEAM JODHAMAL SHINES AT SANSKRITI SCHOOL DELHI
The exalting delegation of Jodhamal Public School participated in the annual Sanskriti School MUN in Delhi and performed exceedingly well. Jodhamal Public School was the only school from across J&K to participate in the Sanskriti School MUN, New Delhi.The delegation consisted of Shaarvi, Vipasana ,Sai Sharan ,Lakshav, Samarth, Adnan and Aadit along with two escort teachers Ms Nivedita Sharma and Mr Vishal Samrat The entire delegation exhibited eloquent oratory skills in different committees like The African Union Where the students discussed the Burundi Crises,The Cabinet of Yemen where the students deliberated upon the Yemeni Civil War , DISEC in which the students discussed the Nuclear Weapons in South Asia. The entire delegation displays high order thinking skills with special emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving potentials.
Even amongst the top notch schools like Modern School, Sriram School, Welhems and G D Goenka, the JMPians managed to showcase a remarkable performance. The entire delegation was heartily appreciated.
All the delegates absorbed an instructive exposure from the event at such a mammoth level. The Trustee, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala along with the Director, Ms. Arati kuthiala and Vice Principal Ms. Shefali Sanwal appreciated the delegation for their success and this unwavering support to the venture with the help of mentors -Mrs. Mubeen, Mrs. Bhawna Madan and Mrs. Nivedita and Mr Vishal Samrat. All in all Jodhamal stood up to its leitmotif of shaping students holistically and displaying the resolute intellect and confidence its students possess.
JODHAMAL GIRLS OUTSHINE IN THE U-14 BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT
Girls from Jodhamal Public School trounced heritage school 6-5 in the finals of under -14
Inter School Basketball district level competition organized by department of youth services
and sports (DYSS) at M.A Stadium. They defeated Shiksha Niketan and J,K Public School
in the quarter and semifinals.
The team members were Tarishi Asmitra, ashwika , Ayesha, Andleeb, Samaira, Prisha ,
Prableen, Archie, Ciya, Mitakshi, Shireen , Adalia, Mugda and Ishi
Vaidhee Mattoo of Jodhamal Public School is representing U-17 Nationals basket ball
tournament being played at tamilNaidu
Jodhamal team put up a tough fight for the others and were appreciated by all.
The School Coach Mr Vinod Dogra was lauded for his efforts by the school management
The School vice Principal, Ms. Shefali congratulated the entire team for its hard
work and tough game, motivating them to do exceedingly well in the times to come.
SILVER FOXES TEAM OF JODHAMAL SHINES IN F1
Silver Foxes F1 team of Jodhamal participated in the NATIONAL F-1 in school challenge
held at AMITY UNIVERSITY,NOIDA and showcased their technical skills and innovative
thinking in the competition The tem members of silver foxes are Samik J Singh(Team
manager),Samridh Sharma (Marketing manager),Saksham sagar (Grafic manager)
Rehaan Goel(Sponsership manager),Rohan Kohli(Resource manager). Silver Foxes
made a special mark throughout the journey from Regionals to Nationals. Some of the other
schools who participated in this prestigious competition were The Shri Ram,Tagore
international School, Vasant Vihar, Lotus Valley international school, Millennium, and
Lucknow Public School ,
Lotus valley, Genesis, Ambience Public School, Scottish High International School. Out of
80 participating teams 3 could make up to finals INTERNATIONAL F-1 ABUDHABI.We are
proud to announce that our team silver foxes was acknowledge in few best teams . Both
the teams were mentored by Ms Roopinder Kour and Ms Neetu Johri. Mentors thankful to
their worthy sponsors and management who had been a great support to our students.
The second team of Jodhamal School was WHEELOCITY.
Jodhamal Public School in collaboration with Time of Sports is the only STEM approved
school in J&K and North of Delhi for last two years. STEM program is an International school
based program to enhance the creative and engineering skills of students in SCIENCE,
TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING and MATHS. The STEM Program is multi-disciplinary
challenge in which teams of students aged 9 to 19 deploy CAD/CAM software to collaborate
design, analyse, manufacture test and then race miniature compressed air powered balsa
wood F-1 cars.
Jodhamal Public School shines at Mayo College Girls School, Ajmer
Jodhamal Public School makes an exquisite mark at MCGS MUN. Jodhamal is the only school
from J&K to participate in the Mayo College Girls School MUN 2019,at Ajmer. A delegation of
eleven students a comprising of Dhairya Chaudhary ,Kritnay Sharma, Prabin Singh, Arsh
Mir,Muddabir latifi, Karmanya Wahi,Jayaditya Singh,Seerat Virk ,Guhika Sachdev,Syna
Sharma,Daania Butt from Jodhamal participated in the prestigious MCGS MUN 2019 along with
delegates from institutions like The Welham Boys Dehradun, The Welham Girls Dehradun, The
Scindia School, Delhi College Indore,Mayo College Boys School Ajmer, wherein they discussed
agendas like Insurgency in Northeast India, Protection of Freedom of Expression on the
Internet, The Situation in the Sahel Region and many more topics of International concern. All
the delegates performed remarkably well in their respective committees. Karmanya Wahi a
class 9th student won special mention in UNGA where he discussed and deliberated upon the
rights of the indigenous people in the world and Prabin Singh a grade 11th student from
Jodhamal won the outstanding Researcher in the TALONIA Campaign.
Every year JMPIANS put all their concerted efforts to compete with the students from the best
schools across India and were appreciated by the Principal MCGS Ms.Kanchan Khandke for
their exuberant performance during the course of their committee sessions. The MUNING team
at Jodhamal is dedicated towards claiming accreditations in different national and international
MUNs. The Trustee JMPS Mr Nandan Kuthiala and the Vice Principal Ms.Shefali Sanwal
appreciated and applauded the students and their mentors Ms Bhawna Madan, Ms Mubeen Butt
and Mr Sukomal Ganguly for their unprecedented efforts and hard work in bringing laurels for
VoxPopuli concludes at Jodhamal
The 4 th edition of North Zone Vox Populi was held at Jodhamal Public School. The
Vox Populi J & K fourth season saw 15 schools of J&K compete in the
unconventional format of the Debating phenomena. Students of different schools
of Jammu participated with full vigor in big numbers to get their students an
exposure par excellence.
The debate was wonderfully conducted by the Core Committee members of
Jodhamal students comprising of Ashwin Suri, Sai Sharan, Nalin Kamal, Astitva
Langer , Sunarvi Slathia , Sia Sharma , Shagun Gupta , Medhavvi Bhatti , Osmi
Gupta , Aniran Saraf , Mahira Sharma , Karen Mahajan, Chitwani and their team
of 12 students. It was a kind of ‘by the students and for the students’ debate
including the Journalists both photo and video besides the debates in almost 20
different topics for almost 350 students drawn from 15 different schools of Jammu.
The Closing Ceremony chaired by Chief Guest Mr. Naveen Chopra, a renowned
Director who appreciated the efforts of the Founder of Vox Populi Shreyansh
Bhalotia who initiated it as a student of VIT Vellore with full dynamism. Ms. Arati
Kuthiala, Director, Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee and Ms. Shefali Sanwal, Vice
Principal gave away the Prizes to the winners of all categories. To name a few, the
Most Promising Speaker (The responsibility) went to Anmol of Jodhamal and the
Best speaker award went to Divam of KC International, Most promising speaker
(Ideology Matters) was awarded to Parisa Anjum of Heritage school and best
speaker was given to Rulay Kotwal of Jodhamal School. Most promising speaker
(DTD and Ancient times) went to Vanshika Kaul of Jodhamal and Anashka Bhat
from K.C. international and best speaker went to Mitushi of Jodhamal and Charvi
Sharma of APS Domana. Mesmerize the moment was awarded to Manan and
Syesha of G.D Goenka. Solve India Most promising speaker, went to Ayaan
Sharma of K C International and Arhan of Jodhamal got the Best Speaker. Most
promising speaker (Opinion Shastra) went to Vedant of Jammu sanskriti and best
speaker to Lavanya of Banayan International. Most Promising Parliamentarian was
awarded to Asim ul Haq of Heritage and Best parliamentarian was given to
Amandeep of Heritage. Most promising Journalist junior was given to Navaj
Kumar of Jodhamal, and Best Journalist Junior went to Eklavya Mahajan of
Jodhamal. Most Promising Photo Journalist juniors was given to Surbhi of
Jodhamal Best Photo Journalist Junior went to Mudhkin of Jodhamal. Most
Promising Photo Journalist (Sr) award went to Pavitra of Jodhamal and best Photo
Journalist (Sr) went to Guneet of Jammu Sanskriti. Most Promising Video
Journalist went to Nivan of Jammu Sanskriti and best Video Journalist award went
to Namandeep of KC International. Most Promising Speaker award (Unite for the
world) went to Vaibhav of Jodhamal Public School And Best speaker (Unite the
world went to Raza of Jodhamal. The Best delegation trophy was awarded to
Jodhamal whereas K C International won the small delegation trophy.
The teachers who did the sonorous task of judgement were Saila Bano, Deepika
Ibikule, Shalima Pargal, Bhawan Rometra, Bhawna Nagpal, Neha Sharma, Mehak
Dogra, and Saroj Kumari. The overall coordination was done by Rashi Magotra,
the senior coordinator of Jodhamal. Trustee of the school Mr. Nandan Kuthiala
appreciated the meticulous planning by the students and teachers and also thanked
Shreyansh Bhalotia, the founder president of Vox Populi for all his efforts.
NORTH INDIA EDITION OF VOX POPULI
KICKSTARTS AT JODHAMAL
Yet another Edition of VOX POPULI- The Debating Phenomenon
commenced with its 4 th season on 27 th April’ 19 amidst great zest,
vibrancy and elation.
VOX POPULI—the common man’s voice is the biggest debating
phenomenon, which has travelled to almost 25 states by now and
hosted by the most elite schools all over India like Maharani Gayatri
Devi Girls’ School, Maharana Mewar Public School,Jodhamal Public
school,Chettinad Vidyashram, Bishop Cotton Girls’ School ,La
Martiniere and Birla Modern High School.
The opening ceremony saw Mr. Vijay Bakaya (IAS), former Chief
Secretary of the state as the Chief Guest for the first day. Amongst
the management, the presiding guests were Mr. Nandan Kuthiala,
Trustee, Ms. Arati Kuthiala, Director and Ms. Shefali Sanwal, Vice
The programme embarked with the lighting of ceremonial lamp to
invoke the Divine blessings. A feeling of devotion was infused with
Ganesh Vandana presented by the students of Jmps. This entailed the
welcome speech by the Vice Principal, Ms. Shefali Sanwal.
The Architect of Vox Populi, a young and a zestful scholar, Shreyansh
Bhalotia spoke about the contemporary need of young India to be at
par with its counterparts in this evolving world. He further added that
the intellect of the generation happens to be of great speculation and
hence providing them an indulgence to voice their standpoint is
JMPS catered to about 350 participations from all the leading schools
of the state.
Mr. Vijay Bakaya, IAs spoke of Vox Populi as an art to hone up the
debating skills to develop the soft skills which will be needed when a
child lands up in a job market. He further added that this leads us to
bring out the zenith of our creative skills. He was highly appreciable
of the commendable contribution and coordination by Ms. Rashi
Magotra, Vox’s North India Coordinator and her team of teachers Ms.
Shalima Pargal, Ms. Saila Bano, Ms. Deepika Ibikule, Ms. Bhavna
Rometra, Ms. Neha Sharma, Ms. Saroj Sambyal, Ms. Bhawna Nagpal
and Ms. Mehak Dogra who did the resonant task of judgement along
with other requisites.
Jodhamal conducted a workshop on POCSO
Child abuse is more than bruises and broken bones. A workshop on POSCO - Protection
of Children from Sexual offences 2012 was conducted by Mr. Pardeep, Project Director,
Project CACA and Dr. Keshav Sharma, Psycho-oncologist, Fortis Healthcare to create
awareness about Child Abuse for Supporting staff and teachers in the school premises
Jodhamal Public School. Physical abuse might be the most visible type of abuse but other
types of abuse such as emotional abuse, neglect, exploitation also leave deep, lasting
scars on the mind of the child. The earlier, abused children get help, the greater chance
they have to heal and break the cycle. He also gave 24 - hour child helpline number 1098.
The staff learnt about common signs of abuse, the kind of abusers and how they
intervention and care can make a huge difference in a child’s life.
Ignoring children’s needs, putting them in unsupervised, dangerous situations or making
them feel guilty add to increase in child abuse. Regardless of the type of abuse, the result
is serious and causes emotional harm on the overall development of the child. The
workshop also highlighted the role of supporting staff and teachers in educating and
training the students to face the challenges of child abuse.
Being patient, good listeners and not ignoring any behavioural or sudden academic
changes can be of great help for children and for identifying and protecting a child from
Many shocking incidents of child abuse were revealed which left a deep impact on the
minds of each. It was a wakeup call for the everyone to actively notice and reports any
such cases in future.
The staff were informed about the helpline numbers, apps and the POCSO E box which
came in handy to deal with such problems.
The Vice Principal Ms. Shefali Sanwal expressed deep concern and requested the
teachers, supporting staff, driver, and conductors to join hands to eradicate this evil from
the society so that new generation can face the society fearlessly and lead a life with great
She concluded by saying that if the teachers become an epitome of love and affection for
their students it would help the students to break the shackles of the cruel stigma.
Jodhamal Public School Student Shines in NCC
Cadet Samanyu Bhumi Reddy of Jodhamal Public School was
declared amongst the best two cadets of Directorate NCC 2018-19
in the Zone. More than 600 cadets participated in NCC camps. He
was honoured with cash prize and a certificate of excellence by
NCC Naval Unit for his extraordinary performance and
participation in various activities like written test, Declamation,
Group Discussion, Hurdles, March past, etc in the camps he
attended. His overall personality was the center of attraction for
all the officers who were judging him. His aim to qualify NDA and
to be a Commissioned officer like his father to serve the Nation.
Vice Principal, Shefali Sanwal, and Management appreciated the
efforts put in by the Ms. Kusum Bhat, Mr. Ajay Magotra and
Ms. Poonam Sarmal the School NCC ANO’S.
JODHAMAL JUNIORS CELEBRATE “GRADUATION DAY”
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 class
UKG students of Jodhamal Juniors.
The Chief Guest for the function was Mrs. Kuma Singh. Little toddlers were very excited to
receive their passing out from Pre-Primary to Grade-1 certificates, in their black gowns and
The programme began with the traditional lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest. The school
Principal Mr. Trilok Singh Bist, extended a warm welcome to all the guests and parents and
congratulated all the parents. Thereafter, Mrs. Neetu Johri, coordinator preprimary wing,
presented the Annual report, showing accolades and laurels notched by the students.
A cultural bonanza was presented by them to mesmerize the audience staring with Shiv
Vandana. Pre-Nursery group presented Budhu Sa Mann Dance with full of energy, Salsa
(Sanorita Song) in flashy red dress and Chair Drill by UKG Class. Dura dance was full of
expressions and energy. Patriotic Song “Ae Vatan Vatan Mere Azad Rahe Tu” by UKG
Children was spotless in white pajama kurta with orange jackets enthralled one and all. Students
of this block amazed everybody by presenting a Skating Drill with stunts performances. Women
Empowerment Dance by UKG Children was the highlight of the Day.
Mrs. Kuma Singh said, Education helps the child to provide an environment, so that the child
becomes what they are capable of becoming.
The graduation ceremony indeed a true culmination of three years kindergarten enrichment
program consisting of Pre nursey, LKG & UKG. The Chief Guest Kuma Singh along with Mrs.
Arati Kutiala awarded the Graduation Certificates to the Students, who had completed their 3
years journey. Vote of thanks was presented by Vice Principal Mrs. Shefali Sanwal. She also
thanked the CCA Junior Coordinator Mrs. Sonia Mahajan, Ms. Shruti Bakshi and Ms. Pratiksha
for their hard work, Sr. CCA Coordinator Mrs. Nandini Bakshi & the Art and Music Department
and entire Pre Primary staff Ms. Dolly Chandhoke, Ms. Amita Charak, Ms. Veerta Jolly,
Ms. Mannat Sharma, Ms. Suvidha Anand, Ms. Nikita Gupta, Ms. Priyanka Verma,
Ms. Gagandeep Kour, Ms. Manvinder Kaur, Ms. Arti Jamwal and Ms. Annam Bral.
She also congratulated Mr. Deepak Kumar, Ms. Poonam Mahajan, Mr. Kamal Anand,
Mr. Ritish Jamwal and supporting staff for their exuberant effort to make the function a great
The School Management and Principal, Mr Trilok Singh Bist applauded the efforts of students
and school staff for preparing the students so well.
SENIOR WING ANNUAL DAY AT
JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL
Jodhamal Public School celebrated its fourteenth Senior Wing Annual Day on
Sunday, the 25 th November, 2018 amidst great zest, vibrancy and elation.
Mr. Pramod Sharma, Former Principal, Mayo College Ajmer was the esteemed
Chief Guest. Mr. Vikramaditya Singh, Trustee, Dharmarth Trust was the guest of
honour. Hon’ble Justice Sindhu Sharma, Mr. A.G. Mir, Additional DGP, Ms.
Purnima Sharma, Deputy Mayor & Mr. Ishfaq Jabbar, ex MLA were the special
Among the management the dignitaries present were Mr. Bhim Rathke, the
patron of the school, Ms. Susham Kuthiala, Mr. Vickrant Kuthiala, Trustees,
Ms. Arati Kuthiala, Director and Ms. Shefali Sanwal, Vice-Principal.
The programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp to invoke
God’s blessings. This entailed the welcome speech by the Head Boy Nipun
An adaption of the Novel ‘OLIVER TWIST’ by Charles Dickens, well directed by a
Prolific Playwright & an eminent Author Ms. Gouri Banerji was enacted to its true
glory with the idea of finding true Peace & Happiness when some Kind,
Empathetic Soul reaches out to you to alleviate your Pain. The illustrious author
was felicitated with a momento and a shawl as a gesture of regard for her work.
The Principal, Trilok Singh Bist congratulated the School Stakeholders for the
No. 1 Ranking of the School in the whole of J&K, by the Education World, for the
4 th Consecutive year. Jodhamal School had the rare honour and distinction of
being awarded the ‘GREAT PLACE TO STUDY’ at the House of Commons,
London. He said that it’s yet a matter of Pride that Jodhamal Public School has
been awarded the ‘Top 50 Schools’ shaping success for the 2 nd year in a row by
the legendary FORTUNE magazine in collaboration with Price Water House
Coopers and univariety. Jodhamal was also ranked 3 rd all over India for
Leadership & Innovation in an Elite Ranking conducted by Harvard & Stanford
Mr. Nandan Kuthiala, The Trustee, spoke of the future plans and presented his
vision for the progress of the school. He emphasised about the RAI BAHADUR
JODHAMAL KUTHIALA Scholarship, a sum amount of ₹10,000, which was
awarded to 40 Girl students studying in Class XI of Government Schools from
Remote Rural Border areas of Jammu, Samba, Poonch, Kathua & Rajouri
The highlight of the Show ‘Shiv Vandana’ was presented with Grace, Poise,
Rhythm & perfect Synchronization. The children infused the feeling of Devotion &
Introspection to augment Soul Searching. Mime was yet another technique to
ignite the emotions. Kathak & Oddisi dance performed by students with dramatic
expression combined with rhythmic intricacy left the audience spellbound. The
Costume & Make-up Departments outdid themselves for the same. The
hardwork & toil of the Art & Craft Department comprising of Chander Shekhar,
Amandeep Kaur, Sushma Talwar, Hemu Jaggi & Nivedita Sharma reflected
vividly through the 3D props displayed on Stage. Ms. Shruti Bakshi & Ms. Aadi
Sharma were the main Choreographers of the event.
The well Synchronized Orchestra was a toast to the Classics & Chorus Singers
were blissful to the Ears, enthralling the audience and recognising an
outstanding dedication of Choir Mentors Poonam Mahajan, Deepak Kumar,
Subhash Dey, M .K. Sahil & Kuldeep Raj to promote Music, a Culture of Peace.
The Chief Guest in his speech expressed appreciation for the laudable efforts of
the Principal & his Team. He was mesmerised with the emaculate acting of all in
the Oliver Twist and felt that the dramatization was no less than his Alma meter
Mayo Collage and the kids emoted out with even better vibrancy. He gave
special reference to the fundamental facilities & systems of the Institution and
accentuated that Jodhamal to be the Pioneer in the World of Education. He
motivated the students by urging them to hone their talents & felicitated them
with Prizes. All the Awardees walked on the Stage with immense Pride &
Pleasure. Class XII & X toppers were Honoured. Ms. Nandini Bakshi, CCA
coordinator & Ms. Rashi Magotra, Senior Coordinator presided over the Prize
The Vote of Thanks was proposed by the Head Girl, Dhvani Gupta. The
programme was compered by the Senior Team of Smart Oratory Experts & was
culminated with a Pious concluding Shalok & the National Anthem.
JUNIOR WING ANNUAL DAY AT
JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL
Jodhamal Emerges Champion in Sahodaya Roller Skating
Sahodaya Inter School Roller Skating Championship was organized by Sahodaya
Jammu at JK Public School, Kathua. It was an event of its kind where more than 20
schools participated from all the elite schools of Jammu & Kashmir. Jodhamal students
won the maximum number of medals 11 Gold, 06 Silver and 07 Bronze in the
championship. The list of medal winner is as follows: -
In the Gold Category, the winners are : Advitya Sharma, Ayesha Hayyat Malik, Aarav
Sharma, Raghvi Singh, Aarohi Mahajan, Adhya Sambyal, Saanch Anand where as
Yuvraj Singh & Gursimar Kaur won 2 Golds in different events.
In the Silver Category, the winners are: Tara Basotra, Advitya Sharma, Sweta Sharma
and Ayesha Hayyat Malik whereas Sarish Abrol won 2 Silver.
In the Bronze Category, the winners are: Tara Basotra, Adhivik Mahajan, Sweta
Sharma, Saanch Anand and Aarav Sharma whereas Eklavya Mahajan won 2 Bronze.
Jodhamal become the overall winner of Sahodaya Inter School Roller Skating
The School Principal, Mr. Trilok Singh Bist felicitated the winners in a special assembly
in the school and congratulated Mr. Kamal Anand and Mr. Ritish Jamwal, Coach
Jodhamal School for preparing the team so well and also appreciated Harjeet Kaur for
escorting the students to Kathua.
Although more than 27 schools participated in the tourney Jodhamal stood out in the
crowd with almost 55 points whereas the second position was bagged by MHAC
Nagbani with around 27 points.
TEAM JODHAMAL EXPOSED TO NEW DIMENSIONS
OF DESIGN THINKING
Jodhamal Public School an imperial learning institute leaves no stone
unturned in adding new wings to the students by exposing them to new
challenges of experiential learning.
Keeping in mind its aim of producing responsible and learned citizens in
the era of 4th industrial revolution Jodhamal Public School sent a team
of five students namely Aarushi Gupta,Abhishek,Arsh Mir,Akanksha
Sharma and Shagun Gupta along with the teacher escort Ms.Mubeen
Butt to the EDU TECH SUMMIT 2018 at SUSHANT SCHOOL OF
DESIGN,ANSAL UNIVERSITY ,GURUGRAM. organised by THE
MAHATATTAV.The students got the golden oppourtunity to be a part of
the different workshops which were a great source of learning for them.
Design Thinking The creative way of solving problems and
Weaving Workshop The basics of weaving and how the
principles apply to developing algorithms
Screen Printing Workshop Using modern technology in the
form of digital recording to enhance traditional printing
Ceramic Workshop How traditional making can be enhanced
by basic robotics
Visual Communication Developing your hand drawing skills
by using pixelated imaging.
These Workshops provided the students to explore various aspects of
design thinking and also to interact with more than 200 participants
from across the country.
Amongst the other participating schools were The Mayo College Girls
School Ajmer, The Heritage Experiential Learning School
Gurugram,Mahatma Gandhi School ,Ahemdabad,Sanskriti School ,New
Delhi,DPS Greater Faridabad etc. The Principal Mr Trilok Singh Bist
appreciated the students for availing this opportunity to the best of their
potential and also ensured that many more such opportunities shall be
put forth by the school which shall enable students and their mentors in
becoming knowledgeable and competitive responsible students.
Deepti Sahni & Usha Pathania of Mahatatvva are doing a great service to
the nation by organising such Workshops in different parts of the world.
Recently Deepti was invited by the Finaland Government to introduce
her design thinking Edutech Summit for the Teachers and Head
Teachers of Finaland. Trilok Singh Bist said that Now, more than ever,
creativity and innovation have become critical skills for achieving
success and to make the kids learn more about how can they incorporate
Design Thinking at their school such workshops are very fruitful.India
has so much of the resource available but to explore it for the interest of
the future stakeholders of the country the schools have to grab such
opportunities for their students and teachers to make the education the
holistic in true sense. Bist said that Trustee Nandan Kuthiala’s
unconditional support in this respect is praise worthy and this is one of
the reason why Jodhamal is souring great heights with each passing day.
He also complimented the parents of Jodhamal Public School for being
very supportive with International Tours, Domestic Tours , MUNs,
Debates, Workshops, Sports, Games or F1 Car Challenge & in each
activity we find our parents encouraging their kids and that is what
makes a school a “Great Place to Study” as awarded to Jodhamal at the
House of Commons London at UK this year.
Jodhamal Public School celebrated its 14thAnnual Sports Day on Tuesday, 16thOct 2018in school sports ground with great grandeur. The event was presided over by the chief guest Mr MY Kitchloo, comdt.Jammu and Kashmir Armed Police 4th sec.Bn and guest of honour, Ace sports administrator and former National Cricketer, MrRanjeetKalra and Trustee MrNandankutiala,DirectorAratiKuthiala, Principal MrTrilok Singh Bistand Vice Principal MsshefaliSanwal.
The programme began with the melodious VandeMatramSong and all the students especially participants were very excited.
The series of events started with the ceremonial torch led by Panniniand the various national players of Jodhaml Public School which evoked God’s blessings. Pannini the Sports Captain (Boy) welcomed the Chief Guest and the dignitaries by a short speech and asked the players to play with sportsmanship and to follow the discipline of the game.Deputy Head Boy Vidur Kumar introduced the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour with a short welcome speech.
The School Vice Principal ShefaliSanwalin her speech welcomed the guests, parents and all the spectators. Mrs. Sanwal said that sports helps much more than its physical aspects, it builds character and develops team spirit. It is the day for the students to free themselves from the fetters of mundane classes to play and run.
The most intriguing aspect, embellishing the event, was the splendid field displays, involving mass student participation, which splattered on the field, a riot of hues and vibrance music of school band. The students showcased their talents in Swimmathon,Skatathon, 100 Meters Race, 200Meters Race, 4 x 100 Meters Relay Race, 800 M race,Three Legged Race,Prick the balloon,Ball collecting , Sack race, Obstacle Race, spin and run and lemon and spoon race.
The events filled in the hearts of everyone with the spirit of sportsmanship and unity. When the melody plays, footstepsmove, heart sings and spirit begin to dance, Zumba dance is a great way to exercise and fellowship with other people in a fun atmosphere, it remained as the main attractions of this mega event. The zealous parents gathered in large numbers and constantly applauded the participants of the field track displays.
Ms.ShefaliSanwalthe Vice Principal addressed the audience by saying that Jodhamal Public School does not shy away from its social responsibility and believes that it can work in tandem with the society .The School was once again ranked no 1 in the state of J&K for the fourth year in a row and ranked no 3 country wide at EW Elite ranking in collaboration with Harvard and Stanford university.
Mr.MY Kitchloosaid that he was impressed and overwhelmed to see JodhamalAthletes and the vibrantdemonstrations put up by the students. He appreciated andemphasized the importance of sports and said that it was a pleasure to see how students of Jodhamal School had eluded the addiction of social media and were breaking away from the constraints of the four walls of the house hold and were actively nurturing their skills according to their potentials to build a harmonious spirit. He advised students to excel in academics along with games and sports.Mr.MY Kitchloo was very happy to see the facilities provided to the students and complimented the Principal, Teachers and Management for being Ranked No.1 School in the state of J & K and No.1 in Jammu City, consecutively for the 4th year.
The winner house from junior school for skatathon was Invention houseand from
the Middle school for,100 Meters trophy went to Invention house and for 200 Meters discovery house got the trophy , in 400 MtsRelay Invention Housewon the race. The winners werehonored and awarded by the Chief Guest.
The Sports Trophyfor the best house went to the Enterprise House while Invention house got first runner-up trophy and 2nd Runners up house went to challenge house.Best Athlete of the year award went toPannini(boy) and Saman (girls) from Senior Wing.
MrNandanKuthiala, the Trustee of the school presented a token of gratitude and appreciation to the esteemed Chief Guest Mr.MY Kitchloo.
The Meet culminated withthe soothing and pious chanting of shloks by the talented girl of JMPSMuskaan,andArshpreet followed by the National Anthem. A vote of thanks was proposed by School Sports Captain (Girl), Akshita, who thanked the Chief Guest for sparing his valuable time to be there to inspire the student community. All the students, teachers, Principal,Management and Parents present on the occasion were also thanked for sparing their valuable time to be there to encourage Jodhamal students.
Jodhamal Youth Conclave Kickstarted with full Vigour
Jodhamal Youth Concalve kickstarted today with full vigour in the Multipurpose Hall of Jodhamal
Public School with 250 delegates from all over the country. Mr. Vijay Bakaya the IAS (Retd) and
former Chief Secretary and the MLC gave a inspirational key note address which stirred the house
and also on this occasion we had Mrs. Rita Singh as the Guest of Honour who made it to the Youth
Conclave from New Delhi and is the Director of the Indraprasth Group of Schools in New Delhi.
Her speech too was an icing on the cake for there was so much as a take away from both the
Youth conferences across India have always been successful in honing the true spirit of democracy
and finding the best set of diplomats amongst the youth.
JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL kickstarted the first ever session of JODHAMAL YOUTH
CONCLAVE on 13th and 14th of October 2018.
With the motto of “ Forging peace in the Hearth of chaos”, the two day conference hosted around
250 students from across the country which included schools like Welham Boys (Dehradun ), The
Sanskriti school (Delhi) , DPS Badgam , DPS Srinagar, DAV Amritsar, Lawrence Sanwar, KC
International , Model Academy, APS Domana, Jammu Sanskriti, G D Goenka, MHAC Nagbani and
JYC not only proved to be a great platform for delegates to showcase their intellectual skills but
also helped them make friends and memories for a lifetime and the event is now the talk of the
The opening Video itself made the theme Forging Peace in the Hearth of Chaos so very clear and
heart touching that almost all the 300 plus people in the hall had the Goose Bumps. The best part
of the JYC was that it was by the students, for the students and of the students initiative and the
students worked very hard to make it so successful in the very first season to get a delegation of
almost 250 students from different schools across the country. The Conference Director Bhawna
Madaan worked and dreamt of this conference way back in 2012 with then Head Boy Abhayjeet
Singh Kala, Deputy Head Girl Sheikh Iraas and then Head Boy 2017 Hasit Singh Sachdeva,Snober
and Gunjan Singh all our Alumni and then present students worked very hard to bring this dream
to it’s culmination today in the form of JYC-2018
Committees like AIPPM, Lok Sabha, Indian Press Meet, All Indian Student Union, ISCRT, Code
Red, National Commission for Women and Hindustan Cabinet presided over by the students and
alumni of the school witnessed heated debates on national agendas like Construction of Ram
Mandir, JNU crisis, political influence on media Etc.
The meet was declared open by the Director of the Conference Vidur Kumar and the Head Boy
Nipun Sharma and Head Girl Dhvani Gupta the director of the Conference welcomed all the guests
and dignitaries. The first day of the Conclave culminated into a social gathering of all 250 delegates
and their escort teachers in the evening where the students made friends with each other to be
connected for the future Conclaves or MUNs etc and some busy convincing the others to support
their motion. Trustee Nandan Kuthiala and Director Arati Kuthiala along with Vice Principal
Sheafli Sanwal witnessed the program. Principals from APS Kaluchak Hema Vishen, Model
Academy Pramod Srivastava, KC International Subendhu Sarkar, Jammu Sanskriti Rohini Aima,
APS Domana Renu Gupta also graced the occasion and blessed the students for these two days of
Jodhamal School Declared No 1 in J&K state
Jodhamal Public School is once again ranked the no. 1 school in the state of Jammu
& Kashmir for the fourth year in a row by the Elite Educational Magazine Education
World in their Indian School Rankling Award ( ISRA) Ceremony at Hotel Leela
Ambience Gurgaon. The ranking is awarded by Education World Magazine in
collaboration with the famous survey agency CFore headed by Premchand Palety.
Dilip Thakor the editor in chief of Education World thanked C Fore for conducting
this survey for around 1000 top schools of India which was a herculean task. This
year again Jodhamal has been rated among the Day Co ed Schools much above any
other school in Jammu , Kashmir, Punjab, Dehradun, Jabalpur,,Ludhiana,
Patna,Pune,Bhuvneshwar and Himachal. Keeping in mind the 14 parameters
Teacher Welfare & Development; Competence of faculty; Academic Reputation; Co-
Curricular Education; Sports Education; Life Skills Education; Individual Attention
to students, Leadership and Management Quality,; Parental Inovolvement;
Infrastructure Provision; Internationalism; Special Needs Education; Value for
Money and Community Services were the parameters on which Jodhamal Public
School ranked No. 1 School with 1160 points out of 1500 followed by Heritage and
DPS Jammu with 1119 & 1065 points respectively. Jodhamal was ranked No. 7 all
over India on Leadership and Management Quality which was a great achievement
indeed and on parameter of Infrastructure also Jodhamal was among the best 10
schools in India. In the category of Day Co.Ed schools out of 10.000 schools all over
India 1000 best schools were ranked on the above 14 parameters and Jodhamal was
ranked 37 All Over India with the First Rank in Jammu city as well as J & K State.
Principal Trilok Singh Bist, Trustee Nandan Kuthiala, Patron Bhim Rathke &
Anandita kuthiala received the Award on behalf of Jodhamal Public School and felt
highly elated to have been conferred the No. 1 Rank fourth year in a row in a
glittering ceremony at the Leela Ambience Hotel Gurgaon. EW Rankings are highly
recognised Rankings all over the world as it was started in 2008 by them for the first
time and now almost all schools are a part of this ranking and this is the only ranking
which is considered the most genuine one keeping in mind the rigorous survey being
done for months together by CFore agency.
Trilok Singh Bist dedicated the trophy and the citation to the Staff, Vice Principal
Shefali Sanwal, Students and Parents of Jodhamal without their collaborative
approach this would not have been possible for the fourth year in a row. Trilok Singh
Bist remembered Rohini Aima, Monika Sethi & Pooja Panthri the ex Vice Principals
too on this occasion for all their contribution in making Jodhamal what it is today.
JODHAMAL win Inter School Swimming
Investiture Ceremony for Junior School Held at Jodhamal
Junior School Investiture Ceremony was celebrated at Jodhamal with great patriotic
fervor. Additional Deputy Commissioner Jammu Mr. Arun Manhas honoured the
occasion as the Chief Guest. 34 Student Leaders were inducted to Junior School Prefect
Council Headed by SPLs Yana Rai & Ahmad Ayaan, ASPLs Charanpreet Singh & Gunjot
Kour, Sports Prefect Arshlaan & Vadaanya, CCA Incharges Swasti Gupta & Arav Saraf,
Eco Leaders Harsimar Singh Tanmay Sahib Gauri Khajuria Anveshana Charak,
Discipline Puneesh Manhas & Takshreen Kour,House Captains Nabiha Mufti, Mudakkir
Latiffi, Shiven Agarwal, Subah Sharma, Guhika Sachdev, Arav Vivek Gupta, Saannidhay
Gupta & Tavleen Kaur, House Vice Prefects Rohan Gupta, Angelina, Aryan Gupta,
Rahini Sharma, Dhyrya Aditya Suri, Naureen Liaquat, Jasmandeep Singh , Maanya
Mahajan ,Jivi Gupta & Lavaansh Aggarwal..... Senior Head Boy administered the Oath
for the newly elected Council....Vice Principal Shefali Sanwal in her speech
complimented all the young leaders and told them that with power comes the
responsibility and each one needs to keep their school flag held high....Mr. Arun Manhas
also complimented all leaders and their parents who were present on the occasion and
said in his speech that if one is determined there is nothing which can stop a person
from being successful. All the parents and the guest felt highly elated and impressed
with the short and crisp Investiture Ceremony held in the school MPH. The celebration
started with a patriotic Song sung by middle school students and then a Dance by the
Grade 2 & 3 students. Principal Trilok Singh Bist thanked the Chief Guest for sparing
his valuable time to be there at Jodhamal with his better half and said that all leaders
need to lead by example for that is the only way of making the people understand you
and follow you otherwise preaching makes no impact on anyone. Head Boy Nipun
Sharma administered the Oath to the office bearers, Head Girl Dhwani Gupta gave the
welcome speech and Deputy Head Boy proposed the Vote of thanks whereas the Deputy
Head Girl moderated the complete ceremony. Highlight of the day was when the SPLs
and ASPLs spoke where each one of them were so crystal clear in their vision for their
school at such tender age and the clarity of voice, diction and the choice of words really
mesmerised each present in the hall. The programme came to a close by singing Saare
Jahan se accha in Sanskrit as 'Vishvesti Sarva Shreshtha Bharat Dharasma diya madiya'
in unison and finalkly Muskan Sahil sang the Concluding shloke in her melodious voice
followed by the National Anthem.
Team Jodhamal shines bright at Mayo Girls
Preconceived perceptions of the ways of the world have always been questioned, prodded and critically analysed by the inquisitive generation. An excellent outlet to these numerous yet untapped opinions has been given to us, the youth, in the form of Model United Nations Conference since many years. An authentic simulation of the United Nations, Model United Nations Conference aims at promoting discussions on world affairs encompassing issues as diverse as international peace and security, economic cooperation and development, human rights or the protection of the environment. Students engage in fruitful deliberations over pressing global issues as diplomats of different countries, in a bid to preserve the ever so violated peace.The Mayo College Girls’ hosted the seventh session of School Model United Nations in which the students of Jodhamal Public School also participated in the Conference from the 20th of April to the 23rd of April.The Conference commenced with a grand Opening Ceremony, where Mr Utpal Chatterjee- an acclaimed journalist was the Chief Guest.
MCGSMUN’18 convened eight different committees in a bid to INITIATE, NEGOTIATE AND LIBERATE: The United Nations Security Council which had an emergency meeting on the Israel-Palestine Conflict and reassessed the need of peacekeeping forces in Cyprus, The UN Human Rights Council discussed the right to privacy in the digital age, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees discussed the protection of populations displaced by climatic changes and disasters, The Commission on the Status of Women deliberated on the issue of Women Economic Empowerment, the International Olympics Committee reviewed the Olympic Bid for the Summer Olympics, 2032 and also the selection of developing countries as Olympic host nations, the Paris Peace Conference established the terms of treaty after World War 1, the Stakeholders' Meet for the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare addressed the challenges of the National Programme for Health Care of the Elderly and the International Press Corps where delegates explored the realm of journalism by representing news agencies such as Reuters, Al- Jazeera,The Hindu etc. The committees had two days of rigorous debate where some committees did pass resolutions while some failed to reach a consensus despite having extensive debates.
With over 250 delegates attending the conference from all corners of the Indian subcontinent,like The Mayo College Boys School and The Mayo College Girls School,Shree Ram School, Delhi,The Doon School, Dehradun, Welham Boys as well as Welham Girls School, Shiv Nadar School, Noida,Pathways Noida,Ecole Global,Sanskaar Valley,Rajamata Krishna Kumari School,Jodhpur,Selaqui Dehradun and many more,Jodhamal sent its delegation that included Anahita Anand, Alina Mir, Arsh Mir, Dhairya Choudhary,Kritnay Sharma,Mian Mohd. Raza,Shaarvi Magazine, Shaurya Sangra,Vidur Kumar, Vihaan Kapoor accompanied with their Faculty adviser Ms. Bhawna Madaan and teacher escort Ms. Kiranjeet Kaur .
Even with such prominent names as schools present at the conference, Jodhamal shined bright by winning five awards in total which included, Vidur Kumar getting “The Best Researcher” for the Rural campaign and a Verbal commendation for his Human Rigths Commission Committee, Alina Mir, Mian Mohd. Raza and Dhairya Choudhary getting a Verbal commendation in their respective committees.
Every delegate’s performance was highly appreciated by their respective Chairpersons, and the overall Secratory General of the conference which was very heartening for all the participants completing this enriching experience for them.
Jodhamal Lifts the Largest Delegation Trophy at VoxPopuli
In the recently held VoxPopuli chapter for J & K found Jodhamal Public School as the Largest Delegation with K C International School lifting the Small Delegation Trophy with a very tough competition with the wonderful delegates of KC Public School. The Final Day of the VoxPopuli J & K third season saw almost 13 schools of Jammu in a neck to neck competition for the unconventional format of the Debating phenomena.13 schools and few ex students of different schools of Jammu participated with full vigour. Heritage School, Little Flower School and G D Goenka students participated in the individual category representing their respective schools and Banyan International School, Doon International School, Model Academy, APS Domana, KC Public School, KC International School, DPS Udhampur, Jammu Sanskriti and Jodhamal participated in big numbers to get their students an exposure par excellence. One more individual delegation of 18 girls participated from Presentation Convent as individuals.
The debate was wonderfully conducted by the Core Committee members of Jodhamal students comprising of Nandani Mehta, Vasundhara ,Nipun Sharma, Vidur Kumar, Dhwani Gupta, Ananya Bhandari and their team of 14 students. It was a kind ‘of by the students and for the students’ debate including the Journalists both photo and video besides the debates in almost 20 different topics for almost 450 students drawn from 13 different schools of Jammu &Udhampur.
The first day of the VoxPopuli saw Mr. Ram Thakur the Academic Director of the KC Public School as the Key note speaker and the second day saw Mrs. Vijay Puri the Eminent Educationist and the National Awardee who gave the first keynote address in the morning session and the second session saw Dr. SubhenduSarcar the Principal of K C International School as the Final Keynote speaker and he spoke on the acceptance and rejections.
The closing ceremony was chaired by the Chief Electoral Officer of J & K Mr. ShaleenKabra (IAS) who appreciated the efforts of the Founder of VoxPopuliShreyanshBhalotia who initiated it as a student of VIT Vallore and by now it has reached to 25 states of India with full vigour. Mr. ShallenKabra gave away the Prize to the winners of all categories to name a few in the Delivering the difference Most Promising Speaker went to Satvika of Jodhamal and the Best speaker award went to Mohd. Raza of Jodhamal, in Mesmerising the Moment most promising speaker went to OjasviKoul of K C Public School & Best speaker went to HaneshRana of K C Public School, In Solve India most promising speaker was awarded to Malvika Jain of KC International and best speaker was given to IpsaKohli of APS Domana,In the responsibility most promising speaker went to DhritiKotwal of KC International and best speaker went to Adjiraj Singh Jamwal of KC Public School, SamridhiChouhan of KC International as the best speaker,In Unite the World category Avneet of Jodhamal got the Most promising speaker, AsmiAbrol of K C International got the Best Speaker and Pearl Dogra of DPS Udhampur got the special mention,In rising Intelligentia junior group Vihaan Gupta of KC Public got Most Promising speaker &Divyaveer Singh Manhas of KC Public as the Best Speaker whereas in senior category Dheeraj of APS Domana got Most promising speaker and Ridhima of KC International as best speaker,Most Promising Parliamentarian was awarded to Gungunkoul of Jodhamal and Best parliamentarian was given to Harsh Suri of KC International,Most promising Journalist junior was given to Vanshikha Thakur from Jammu Sanskriti, Most Promising Photo Journalist juniors was given to Yuvraj Singh KC Public School,Most Promising Journalist award went to Sachita Gupta of Presentation Convent and Best Journalist ward went to ShababAlam of Jodhamal, Most Promising Photo Journalist in senior category went to SaiyamSuri of Jodhamal and best Photo Journalist went to Sidhant Kapoor of Heritage School, Most Promising Video Journalist went to Aradhya Gupta of Jodhamal and best Video Journalist award went to ShubhangSethi of Jodhamal, Best Idea went to KC International team comprising of Coral Sharma, Bipasha Raina, Sanya Mahajan and Danushi Sharma. The teachers who did the vonorous task of judgement were the teachers from different participating schools comprising of Jyoti Raina, DeepikaIbikule, Gunita Kaur, Aashima Sharma, ShalimaPargal, Reema Mahajan, Shipra Gupta, NaliniRakhwal, MunmunKohli, Gaisu DushyantKohli, Sonia Sahi, Anita Koul, SyedaAasma, MahimaYadav,VijaylaxmiSlathia, MonicajeetKoul, Ekta Gupta, SarojKumari, BhawnaMadaan, ShakunKalra,Mubeen Butt, PrashmiSharma,BhawnaBhasin, Ashish Maharaj, Meghjyoti and Nirmaljeet Singh. The overall coordination was done by RashiMagotra the senior coordinator of Jodhamal. ShaleenKabra appreciated the meticulous planning by the student and also appreciated the dance teachers and students of Jodhamal who prepared a folk dance during the closing ceremony. Mr. Kabra also had one on one interaction with the Organisng committee members from Jodhamal and was amazed to see the awareness of the students on topics of varied interest. RashiMagotra proposed the vote of thanks and thanked ShreyanshBhalotia the founder president of VoxPopuli for choosing Jodhamal as the venue together with SaketBhalotia for all his behind the curtain preparations. She also thanked all school Principals for being so open minded to give their students this exposure and the students without whom it would not have been possible. Principal Trilok Singh Bist gave a personal touch to each child who entered the thresholds of Jodhamal for this competition and said it doesn’t matter which school does a child belong to since children throughout the globe are the same full of energy, enthusiasm and inquisitiveness. He wished all schools the very best and invited them all for the 4th season of VoxPopuli well in advance for the next year. Present on the occasion were Chief Guest Closing Ceremony Shaleenkabra (IAS) Chief Electoral Officer, Simrandeep Singh (IAS) Chairman SSB as chief Guest Opening Ceremony,NandanKuthiala Trustee Jodhamal, AratiKuthiala Director Jodhamal, SubhenduSarcar Principal KC International , RohiniAima Principal cum Vice Chairperson Jammu Sanskriti, T R Ramesh the Principal Banyan International, Ram Thakur Academic Director KC Public School, Vijay Puri Eminent Educationist,PoojaPanthri Vice Principal Jodhamal, RashiMagotra Coordinator Jodhamal and students and teachers from different schools.
Jodhamal Kuthiala Scholarships Awarded.
In the recently held function at Jodhamal School the Rai Bahadur Jodhamal Kuthiala scholarship for the year 2018 were distributed. The Chief Guest, Hon’ble advisor to Chief Minister, Prof. Amitabh Mattoo, the Guest of Honour, Secretary Education, Mr. Farooq Ahmed Shah, IAS, Director Education, Mr. Rakesh Srangal, KAS & Joint Director Education, Mr. Charandeep Singh, (KAS)along with the CEO Jammu, Mr. J K Sudan and CEO Samba, Mr. Ram Pal Bal attended the function.
Programme started by invoking the Gods with a wonderful choreographed Krishan Leela by the junior students of Jodhamal School. Scholarship of Rs. 10,000 each were given to meritorious girls students studying in class 11th of Govt. Schools of border areas of Jammu Province. 8 girls each from the border arear of Jammu, Samba, Poonch, Kathua&Rajouri districts were awarded the scholarship.
Also Jodhamal School has adopted three Govt. schools namely Govt. High School, Deeli, Govt. Primary School, Sainik Colony, Jammu & Govt. Primary School, Prithvipur for the past few years. Students from these adopted schoolspresented street plays on BetiBachoBetiPadao&Kismattheme prepared by Jodhamal Teachers. Jodhamal School also donated Class Libraries and furniture to all the three schools.
Prof. Amitabh Mattoo appreciated the gesture of giving scholarships to the girls from remote border arears of Jammu province, also remarked at the amazing street plays performed by the students of these three adopted Govt. schools.
Trustee of Jodhamal School, Mr. NandanKuthiala thanked the secretary Education, Mr. Farooq Ahmed Shah, IAS, Director Education, Mr. Rakesh Srangal, KAS & Joint Director Edcuation, Mr. Charandeep Singh, KAS for their assistance in formulating the list of scholarship winners from the remote areas of the state.
Mr. Trilok Singh Bist, Principal of Jodhamal School welcomed the Guest presenton the occasion and thanked teachers of Jodhamal School who have been going to the adopted schools namely Ms. Samriti Malhotra, Ms. Harmeet Raina, Ms. Bandana Sharma, Ms. Sheena Jamwal, Ms. Chetna Bhat, Ms. AnanditaDey, Ms. SarojSambyal, Ms. Anita Nathoo,
Ms. Jaspreet Kour, Ms. Poonam Sarmal& Junior CCA Coordinator, Ms. Sonia Mahajan. The function was compared by MS. NandaniBakshi.
IAYP Holds the National Training Workshop at Jodhamal Public School Jammu.
National Award Authority India conducted the National Award Training for IAYP at Jodhamal Public School Jammu wherein the 25 Award Leaders from Jammu & Jalandhar participated. National Programme Manager BivujitMukhoti along with Gold Awardee Pallavi Gill conducted the first day of the Award programme with full enthusiasm whereas the second day saw the National Director National Award Programme in India an off shoot of the Duke of Edenburgh’s Awards UK who addressed the gathering and asked them to ensure the award is implemented in their schools in letter and spirit for producing the better citizens to the Globe. Sanzida Ali the Regional Director Asia Paciffic also took the session on the Online Record Book ( ORB) and asked every award leader to switch to ORB in this digital world.Sanzida Ali came all the way from Australia for this Programme at Jodhamal.
BivujitMukhoti told the participants that the Award Programme was first introduced in the United Kingdom in 1956 as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. The aim was to motivate young people aged between 14 and 25 years to become involved in a balanced programme of voluntary self-development activities to take them through the potentially difficult period between adolescence and adulthood.
The Award’s concept is one of individual challenge, giving young people a balanced, non-competitive programme of voluntary activities which encourage personal discovery and growth, self-reliance, perseverance, responsibility to themselves and service to their community. Those who participate in the Award are expected to follow its requirements in a non-competitive manner with a determination to succeed, either individually or as part of a team. The Award therefore is challenging, and can be undertaken at one's own pace.
The Participation Age is between 14 and 25 years. The basic structure of the Award consists of 4 mandatory sections Service, Adventurous Journey, Skills and Physical Recreation. There are 3 levels of the Award – Bronze, Silver & Gold. Participants must complete the four mandatory sections of Service, Adventurous Journey, Skill& Physical Recreation.
Participants can undertake all three categories of the Award programme or enter directly at any of the three levels in the following age group; Bronze Award (for those over 14), Silver Award (for those over 15) and Gold Award (for those over 16 years).
The minimum period of participation is 6 months for Bronze, 12 months for Silver and 18 months for Gold. For each of these levels a participant is required to undertake activities under each of the four sections. At Gold level, participants undertake a Residential Project in addition.
The National Award Training was attended by DAV School , A Pee Jay Jalandhar, KC International , Banyan International School, Jammu Sanskriti Jammu, Jammu SanskritiKathua, Model Academy , Government High School Kathua, Government High School Deelietc and the best part of the Programme was giving space to each participant to showcase his /her skill and each one was given space to put their points across. KapilBhalla said that Jodhamal is among the Best Schools of India when it comes to the award achieved by the students of a school and almost 650 students of Jo0dhamal have received the Gold, Silver & Bronze Levels in the past years and many students got the admissions in the foreign Universities on scholarships due to their association with the award journey.
Principal Trilok Singh Bist also attended the Workshop and felt that the best part of the Workshop was the Collaboration of the Government and Private schools and according to him both contributed equally in their areas of expertise while giving the presentations. All participants from the different schools showcased their skills in the skills section in terms of singing, dancing, art, craft or Judo etc. The overall coordinator for the Award Programme at JodhamalShallu Sharma said due to the format of the Programme where at the most 20 to 25 participants can be taken they could not extend the invitation to all schools in Jammu, but they are looking forward to make it available for other schools in the future. Principal Trilok Singh Bist and Trustee NandanKuthiala appreciated all school Principals who took the benefit of this Programme at their doorstep and gave special appreciation to IAYP Coordinator Shallu Sharma for her meticulous planning and execution.
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Jodhamal Hosts a Synthetic Phonics Workshop for Junior Teachers.
SashwatiSatpatti an Alumni of Singapore University and a Synthetic Phonic Trainer from Bhuvneshwarconducted a two day vibrant workshop for the Pre Primary & Primary Teachers of Jodhamal Public School to ensure the 21st century education to the students who are entrusted to the school. The workshop started with the sounds and how to make the sound like a synthesizer and make it a synthetic sound. Stapatti discussed the 42 sounds from 26 letters of English and told the teachers to never ever make the phonic sounds using Hindi or any other vernacular rather the 42 synthetic sounds to make the students join the letters to make reading easy for them by the blended learning.
To an answer to the question What is Synthetic Phonics?SashwatiSatpatti explained thatPhonics is nothing but relating sounds (phonemes) to letters (graphemes) or group of letters. It is an instructional method of teaching children to read.
They learn how to blend letter sounds together to make words like 'Dog'. It's not easy as it sounds because 26 letters in the English alphabet correspond to 42 sounds.
Importance of Synthetic Phonics
Phonics not only helps the child to read but also spell with ease. It helps them decode words by using the knowledge of sounds. It is vital as it does not depend on the photographic memory of children and aids them in reading new and unfamiliar words, thus enriching & enhancing their vocabulary.
Synthetic Phonics Benefits to Childrenaccording to Saswati : Start Enjoying Reading;Builds Sub-Conscious Mind; Improves Speaking Skills; leads to Smarter and Self-Confidentchild.When should a child be introduced to Synthetic Phonics?
The best time to introduce phonics to a child in between 4 to 6 years. However children above 6 years & up to 9 years have not developed good English reading, speaking & spelling skills, phonics will definitely help.Why should you try learning to read early on?
Research has shown kids who are able to communicate well in English in early days of their growing perform well in their academics & actually enjoy success in school. They are free of any stress at the subconscious level & apart from excelling in studies, also have very high self esteem&self confidence. Voracious acquisition of new knowledge through reading helps children build a strong academic foundation.CoordinatorsRanju Malhotra, UrmilaKaul&NeetuJohri appreciated the workshop and said that such workshops add on to the capability of the staff and from Pre Nursery itself we need to incorporate it.
Trilok Singh Bist the Principal of the school appreciated the concept and was happy to see the sea change in all the 50 teachers who were a part of this fruitful workshop. Trustee NandanKuthiala& Vice Principal PoojaPanthri presented a token of appreciation to Saswati Nanda Satpatti for making these two days so enriching for the faculty members of Jodhamal.
Jodhamal Junior Celebrates Their Graduation Day
Jodhamal Public School celebrated Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony with great fervor and gaiety. MrsSushamKuthiala, was the Chief Guest while Mrs. Vijay Puri, an eminent educationist and National Coordinator of All India Edu Leaders Forum, New Delhi,was the Guest of Honour on this Occasion.
The programme began with the traditional lighting of lamp by the Chief Guest, thereafter MsNeetuJohri, 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, MrTrilok Singh Bist, extended a warm welcome to all the guests and parents and congratulated all the kids & wished them best for the future endeavour. MrBist 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, Mrs.Vijay Puri 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 Mrs. Pooja Panthri, where she extended special thanks to allPre Primary teachers Mrs. NeetuJohri, Mrs Sonia Mahajan, Mrs. NandaniBakshi& all Pre-Primary teachers Ms. Dolly Chandhoke, Ms. AmitaCharak, Ms. Veerta Jolly, Ms. GarimaPandit, Ms. GagandeepKour, Ms. Priyanka Verma, Ms. ManvinderKour, Ms. Kiran Sen, Ms. CharuBagotra.. Principal, Trilok Singh Bist appreciated the efforts done by the CCA Coordinator, Ms. Sonia Mahajan, Sr. CCA Coordinator Mrs. NandaniBakshi and all Pre Primary teachers. He also congratulated Mr. Deepak Kumar, Ms Poonam Mahajan, MsShruti, Ms. Aadi Sharma, Mr. Kamal Anand and supporting staff for their exuberant effort to make the function a great event.
Jodhamal Stands tall at the National Stage of The CBSE Heritage India Quiz
Jodhamal Public schools becomes the only team from Jammu and Kashmir clinch the Runners up trophy in the National level of the annual CBSE Heritage India Quiz 2017-18 at Bal Bharti School, Dwarka New Delhi . The team comprising of ShivamSanoria , Anmol Gupta and BhavyaBhushan negotiated through different rounds of quizzing and emerged as the runners up leaving behind Sunbeam School Varanasi , Vidhya Ashram school from Tiruchirapalli and Apeejay School Kolkata to name a few. The students won accolades and cash prizes for becoming the first team from Jammu and Kashmir to win at this level in the seventeen years of history of CBSE Heritage India Quiz.The national level of the quiz had 30 teams from all corners of the country participating enthusiastically .EarlierJodhamal won both the city and the Regional finals of the CBSE Heritage India Quiz -2017-18 at The Amity International School Gurgaon. The quiz is regarded as one of the toughest quizzes which saw adrenaline rush among the participants which left them scratching their minds and activating their neurons to the paramount level.The Principal of the school Mr. Trilok Singh Bist and the management congratulated the team for this phenomenal success and appreciated the efforts of the team and the Mentor Mr. Sanjay Pandey for clinching the most prestigious quiz competition in the country.
Jodhamal Excel in Sahodaya Inter School Roller Skating Championship
Sahodaya Inter School Roller Skating Championship was organized by Sahodaya Jammu at Jodhamal Public School, Jammu. It was an event of its kind where more than 20schools participated from all the elite schools of Jammu &Kashmir. Ms. Vijay Puri, an eminent Educationist and National Coordinator of All India Edu Leaders Forum, New Delhi,inaugurated the function and declared the Championship open amidst lots of fun and frolic. Jodhamal students won the maximum number of medals 10 Gold, 07 Silver and 10 Bronze in the championship whereas Heritage school won 07 gold, 06 silver and 02 bronze and MHAC Nagabani School won 06 Gold, 05 Silver and 01 Bronze . The list of medal winner is as follows:-
In the Gold Category, the winners are :300 MeterAdvitya Sharma, Sumukhi, ArchitPandoh, Raghvi Singh, Rajveer Singh, Shrnaya Sharma, Yuvraj Singh, GursimarKour, KartikeyaPuri, Diya Rajput, Vanshdeep, SaanchAnand–500 Meter - Advitya Sharma, Sumukhi, ArchitPandoh, Raghvi Singh, Shrnaya Sharma, Yuvraj Singh, VartikaAnanad, KartikeyaPuri, DhruvGandotra andSaanchAnand.
In the Silver Category, the winners are : 300 Meter –RayaanAyub, Vivaan Gupta, Kamya Gupta, Anshwardhan Jain, Mehar Gupta, Eklavya Mahajan, Ayesha Hayyat, Ranveer Singh, AadyaSambyal, Veer Manhas, SehajVarinder Kaur, DhruvGandotra, Anshika Jain
500 Meter – Vivaan Gupta, Kamya Gupta, Anshwardhan Jain, Mehar Gupta, Ayesha Hayaat, AkarshitMansotra, VartikaAnanad, SakshamKharbandha, Vanshdeep andAnshika Jain.
In the Bronze Category, the winners are : 300 Meter –Vivaan Gupta, SerishAbrol, Ryan Gupta, Kamakshi Sharma, SakshamKharbandha, Livanya Mehta, Soham Gupta, Archie Gupta, Bharat Raj, Czia Raina, AkarshitMansotra, VartikaAnand500 Meter – PuneeshPuri, SerishAbrol, Ryan Gupta, Kamakshi Sharma, PuneeshPuri, AnushkaJasrotia, Rajwardhan Singh, AadyaShambyal, Veer Manhas, Soham Gupta and Archie Gupta.
All the winners were awarded the medals in the closing ceremony by the Chief Guest, Ms. NirmalMahana, the General Secretary of Jammu Sahodaya and Principal of DPS Kathua.
Mr. Rajesh Kumar, an International skater was present as a special guest. Jodhamal being a host passed the trophy to the runner’s up school.
The School Principal,MrTrilok Singh Bist felicitated the winners in a special assembly in the school and congratulated Mr Kamal Anand and MrRiteshJamwal, Coach Jodhamal School for organizing the event.
Jodhamal becomes the first team in J & K to crack the CBSE Quiz
Team Jodhamal comprising of ShivamSanoria , Anmol Gupta and BhavyaBhushan Won both the city and the Regional finals of the CBSE Heritage India Quiz -2017-18 at The Amity International School Gurgaon. The city finals of the quiz saw 129 teams from the north zone participating in the written qualifiers. Six teams were selected for the Stage round . The other teams were DPS Faridabad, Amity International Sec- 46 Gurgaon, DAV School Gurgaon , Salwan Public School New Delhi, Blue Bells School Gurgaon. Team Jodhamal emerged clear cut winners leaving the opponents way behind to move into the regional round where the stage was set for a mind tickling contest.
The regional round was full of excitement with Jodhamal competing with the likes of Springdales school Amritsar , The Gurukul School, New Delhi and The Amity International ,Gurgaon. Team Jodhamal negotiated the different rounds of quizzing by answering some really tough questions and finally emerging as winners .The quiz had questions on National Cultural Heritage. Team Jodhamal is all set show their mettle at the National stage later this month when they will be competeing with their counterparts from all over the country. This is the first ever quizzing team from J&K to win at this level in the history of this CBSE quiz. The Principal of the school Mr.Trilok Singh Bist and the management congratulated the team for this phenomenal success and appreciated the efforts of the team and the Mentor Mr. Sanjay Pandey for igniting the young minds towards this quizzing which has become the buzzword at Jodhamal Public School.
F1 IN School India : JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL Wins the TROPHY: Another first from the State of J&K.
Gurgram,JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL won the outstanding Sportsmanship award in its first year of participation through its skill and talent in 'F1 in School India', an Pan India competition initiative organised by the renowned Time of sports.
Amongst elected Winnersfrom 19 categories,Genesis Global School,Amity International School,and The British International School were declared as the top in their respective categories.Over 50 schools and more than 700 students from across the country experienced the grand saga of F1in School in India National Finals 2017-18 at Ambience Mall Gurgaon in a STEM challenge run by the company Time of sports.
Amassive gathering of speed and thrill could be seen in the national finals of F1 in schools India at the Ambience Mall, located in Millennium city, NCR Delhi.
On the occasion Dr. Hanif Qureshi, (Commissioner of Faridabad) was present as the Chief Guest, and during the event he also appreciated the efforts of the children about 700 students from over 50 schools competed during the national finals of F1 Schools India, organised by Time of Sports. Two teams represented the school FUSION& 5CARBON CREW. Sparshdeep Singh, NamanChandhoke, Sarthak Malhotra, Harveer Singh and Dakshesh Sharma were the members of FUSION 5 whereas RudhrakshBhalla, AsmitSachdev, ShubhangSethi and Suvinay Jain were the members of CARBON CREW, mentored by Ms Roopinder Kaur and Ms Neetu Johri respectively. The teams were sponsored by PR Automobiles (SawrajMazada) National Garage (Jeep & Fiat),Kavery Decorations and SHI Uniforms. This was one of the world largest STEM (Science, Technology,Engineering and Mathematics) based technology challenge and requires students to design build and race a miniature F1cars. The F1in school showcase was the pit booths which was live demonstration by students and a chance for visitors to see such a wonderful display that how the F1in School India are designed,manufactured miniature cars and tested.
Children enjoyed a wonderful thrilling and excitingenvironment throughout the course of event.This competition has provided them the opportunity to present their skills on a global platform and was a great learning experience which will help them in future projects.
Principal Trilok Singh Bist& Trustee NandanKuthiala lauded the efforts of the students and their mentors for this achievement.
JODHAMAL HOSTS FAREWELL"PUNK" FOR CLASS 12 2017-18
Jodhamal Public School, Channi bid a fond farewell to the outgoing class XII batch of 2017-18 with great enthusiasm. The evening was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers to reminisce joyous moments.Traditional Welcome with Tilak and allotting of numbers was done to the children by their juniors of Grade XI.
Lighting of the lamp and cutting of the cake by the XII graders along with school Trustees and Principal marked the beginning of thefunction.The programme inside the OAT commenced with the welcome address by the MC Vanshaj&Dhwani Guptaand in his speech Principal Trilok Singh Bistapplauded the batch as being one of the brightest ones. He appreciated their efforts for enthusiastically participating in varied competitions and raising the bar of perfection. He wished them luck to make a mark in the world outside, carrying forth the school motto of ‘Knowledge ,Wisdom, Courage’.
The highlight of the function was the beautiful cultural presentation. The students of Class XI put forth a mix of scintillating dance performances, entertaining theatre, ramp walk, melodious songs and pulsating music that rocked the OAT. The documentary reflecting flashbacks of 2017-18 batch, compiled by class 11 team, was the highlight.
It was a fun filled quality time spent by the children and mentors along with snacks and coke being served side by side.The volunteers for the ramp walk were shortlisted and put up questions by the panel to choose outMilindPandita&Nimisha Shukla as Mr and MsJodhamal, Afreem Mufti, GungunKoul and ParthJohri as Ms. & Mr. Charming, Arya Abrol, Harsimar Kaur &Asess Kaur as the Mr. & Ms. Perfect, Drishthant Mahajan &Gunjan Singh as the Mr. Well Dressed & Ms. Well Dressed. Besides these titles AtimaBakshi, ShivamSanoria&Ningnung were awarded the early birds, Manav Gupta was awarded the Mr. Handsome , Diya Rana as Ms. Elegant, SohamRanjam as Mr. Docile&MuskanSaluja as Ms. Docile &KshitijSethis as Mr. Dynamic&Divya Bhardwaj as Ms. Dynamic. All kids were given titles and mementoes were awarded to each outgoing student which truly suited their personalities.
The members of the Head Council the Head Girl ManasviniOswal& Head Boy AabhasVermadelivered speeches expressing gratitude to their mentors and teachers for their invaluable contribution in making the journey a memorable one. After the cultural programme, everyone assembled in the area for dance and lavish sumptuous meal.. The students danced to their heart’s content to the music belted out by the DJ. Many were seen clicking pictures at the selfie corners set up with friends and teachers – capturing memories of school forever.
Thus ended a beautiful evening marked with both happiness and sorrow.
Present on the occasion were Senior Coordinator Santosh Dogra, Vice Principal PoojaPanthri, Adm Officer Bharat Bhushan Sharma, all teachers and students of grade 11 & 12.
JODHAMAL DESIGNES STEM F1 CAR
Jodhamal Public School in collaboration with Time of Sports has become the first STEM approved school in J&K and North of Delhi. STEM program is an International school based program to enhance the creative and engineering skills of students in SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING and MATHS. This unique global platform, innovative in nature, is active in nature in 44 countries. The STEM Program is multi-disciplinary challenge in which teams of students aged 9 to 19 deploy CAD/CAM software to collaborate design, analyise, manufacture test and then race miniature compressed air powered balsa wood F-1 cars.
2 teams from Jodhamal are participating in the National F-1 in school challenge being held in Delhi. The two teams are CARBON CREW & FUSION 5. School teams from 20 states are alsoparticipating in this PAN INDIA competition. The crew of FUSION 5 are Sparshdeep Singh, NamanChandhoke, Sarthak Malhotra, Harvir Singh and Dakshesh Sharma and CARBON crew are RudrakshBhalla, AsmitSachdev, SubhangSethi and Suvinay Jain. Team are mentored by MsRoopinderKour and MsNeetuJohri. The teams have been sponsored by P. R. AUTOMOBILES (SAWRAJ MAZADA), NATIONAL GARAGE (JEEP & FIAT) & KAVERY DECORATIONS.
TEAM JodhamalScores Hat-trick in Pearson Quizchamps
Maintaining its tradition of winning ,Jodhamal Students won the third edition of PEARSON QUIZCHAMPS, the annual quiz competition organized by Pearson Schools at Banyan International School.Jodhaml is the defending Champion of the quiz for the last two years. Three years in a row makes Jodhamal take pride of it’s students and teachers and their achievements.
Total 380 students were the part of the quiz composing 190 teams. Eight teams qualified for the written round which was a mix of easy and tricky questions. Out of the total 190 teams , team Jodhamal consisting of Shivansh Pandey and Vaibhav Singh scored the highest 23.5 pointsout of 25 followed by again a Jodhamal Team consisting of SamyakShirsh and RaghavKhajuria scoring 23 points. Two more teams from Jodhamal School qualified for the stage round making it a total of four out of eight teams on the stage for the final round. The other teams consisted of Arya Mahajan and SushantPadha and Burhan Rashid and Lakshav Mahajan.
In the stage round, negotiating through different rounds of questioning and answering the team comprising of SamyakShirsh and RaghavKhajuria clinched the winner’s trophy while the team comprising of Vaibhav Singh and Shivansh Pandey were adjudged the second runners up.
The winners walked away with amazon kindle worth Rs 10000 and the runners up got gift vouchers worth Rs 3000. Also the fourth & fifth position was bagged by Jodhamal Students only. This was the wonderful display of the Quizzing skills of Jodhamal Public School under the Guidance of their Quiz Master Sanjay Pandey and Mubeen Butt who intiated the Quiz Club at Jodhamal.
Principal JodhamalTrilok Singh Bist appreciated the efforts put by Sanjay Pandey the Quiz Master and felicitated the winners and participants in a special assembly today. Principal said that Quizzing develops the reasoning and logical thinking skills among the children and at Jodhamal Quizzing and MUN are the buzz words and are the way of life at Jodhamal together with the communication skills which are honed up at all stages here at Jodhamal. Winning three years in a row really speaks volumes about the interest of the little ones into this beautiful activity.
Parishit from Havard Interacts with Jodhamal Students
Jodhamal students had an experience of interacting with the Havard Fame Counselor ParikshitDhanda who took a session with the students of Jodhamal on how to prepare for a life time and how to balance between the studies and the hobbies. Parikshit had made his talk so very interactive that all students felt like hearing him for more though duer to paucity of time he could not take more than an hour with the students. He gave tips on how the career options are changing and how the students are unaware of the career options which can be explored by them in the chosen subjests. He asked the kids as to how much do they know their parents and in his talks he proved that students do not know much about their parents too. Then in that case without proper research how would they know the career options related to their stream. He said that most of the parents think and associate PCB with Medical career whereas there are atleast 55 more careers attached to it and at time even more rewarding, the need is to explore and research the options and be with the changing times. Medical Transcription, Criminology, Genetic Engineering, Physiotherapy,Bio Technology, Bio Chemistry etc being few of them. He also made the kids understand that besides studies the soft skills are very imoprtant but the academic cut offs play a vital role in getting into a course. According to Parishit the subjects like Psychology are gaining the momentum as in the future it will be more of the Human studies which will fetch people more jobs and in the field of Sports the amazing change is seen in the last few years. He said few years back nobody ever thought of a wrestle earning in crores but the 21st century has made it possible for all sports to flourish be it Kabbadi, Khk Kho, Basketball, Badminton, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Football or the Cricket. He told kids that even if one is not selected in the International Cricket and can only make a place in the IPLs his 7 generations can live on his earnings. Sports Management, Sports Journalism, Sports Therapy etc are some of the important courses which have been introduced today and all are highly rewarding opportunities.Students had asked a lot of questions on the diverse topics and could find soothing answers in a very befitting manner from Parikshit. Parikshit was accompanied by EshaBaggaan alumni of Welhem Girls and the Warwick University UK.
Principal Trilok Singh Bist, Trustee NandanKuthiala and Vice Principal PoojaPanthri appreciated the session which was more like so much in nut shell and presented a memento of love , appreciation, gratitude and respect to the highly spirited speaker.Present among the gathering were Aashima Sharma, NirmaljeetSingh,Prashmi Sharma, Radhika Sharma, Coordinator Santosh Dogra, ShalimaPargal, A.O. Bharat Bhushan Sharma, SailaBanoo, Shipra Gupta and others with the students of Grade X & XI.
JUNIOR WINGANNUAL DAY AT JODHAMAL SCHOOL
Jodhamal Public School celebrated its thirteenth Annual Day on Friday, the 1st December, 2017.
Ms. Bharti Vaid Addl. Director, Press InformationBureau, J&K State, was the esteemed Chief Guest.Dr. Dimple Chopra Deputy Director, Health Dept. was the Guest of Honour.Mr. VikarRasool MLA and Mr. FirdousTak MLC were the special guests.
Among the management the dignitaries present wereAartiKuthiala,Director and Pooja Panthri , Vice Principal.
The programme commenced with the lighting of the Ceremonial lamp to invoke God’s blessings. This entailed the Welcome speech by the Deputy Head Girl Nimisha Shukla.
A feast for the soul was the Cultural dance ‘Maha Shakti Vandan’ based on the theme ‘From Darkness to Light’. The ethnic diversity of ‘The Diwali Dance’ enthralled the audience while the ‘Christmas Dance’ heightened the spirts of the onlookers.
An adaption of the timeless epic ‘Akbar Birbal’ was enacted to its true glory and the rhythmic verses of Qawwali left the audience mesmerized.
A splash of colours was added with the Carnival dance and the Hula –Hoop Gypsy Dance displayed the agility of the young dancers. The hard work and toil of the art and craft department, reflected vividly through the 3D movable props displayed on stage.The efforts of Nivedita Sharma, Chandra Shekhar, Amandeep Kaur and Anjali Bharti for preparing the exclusive paintings and props were applaud worthy.
Sonia Mahajan, CCA Coordinator, ShrutiBakshi and Aadi Sharma were the main choreographers for the event.
Mr. NandanKuthiala, the Trustee, spoke of the future plans of the school and emphasized about the RAI BAHADUR JODHAMAL KUTHIALA scholarship for girls studying in class 9th and 12th in Govt. Schools, affected by cross border shelling.
The well synchronized Orchestra and chorus singers were blissful to the ears and transported the audience to the 60’s and 70’s. Efforts of the Choir Mentors Poonam Mahajan, Deepak Kumar, SubhashDey and MK Sahil was applause worthy.
The Principal, Trilok Sing Bist congratulated the school stakeholders for the No. 1Ranking of the school in the whole of J&K, By the Education World, for the third consecutive year. Mr. Bisthighlighted the exceptional results of class X and XII. It is a global bench mark for Jodhamal Public school to be the first school in Jammu and Kashmir to conduct the prestigious Trinity College London exam. Jodhamal has been included in the list of Top 50 Schools of the country by Fortune Magazine and Price Water House.
Ms. Bharti Vaid Addl. Director ,Press InformationBureau stated that she was very happy to note that Jodhamal School has excellent academic results of class Tenth and Twelfth. He gave special mention to the developing Infrastructure and accentuated that Jodhamal to be the pioneer in the world of education.
Ms. Ranju Malhotra and Urmila Kaul, Coordinators presided over the prize giving ceremony.
The Vote of thanks was proposed by the Deputy Head Boy Arya Abrol. The programme was compered by the junior team of smart oratory experts. The programme culminated with a pious shlok and the National Anthem.
UN COLLABORRATION MEETING HELD AT JODHAMAL SCHOOL
Humanity has entered the era of sustainability with a global commitment to fulfil the great promise of 2030 Agenda for sustainable development. –Gandhi Global Family (GGF), J&K and Gandhi Peace Foundation (GPF) Jammu Chapter have joined hands in collaboration with United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) New Delhi, to promote 17 UN Sustainable Developmental Goals (SDGs).
UN-collaboration Jammu meeting was held in Jodhamal Public School. Each school representative presented power point presentation and video clips of allotted goal like‘Good Health & Well-Being’ by Tiny Tots Senior Secondary, `No Poverty’ by Alexander Memorial School, ‘Life Below Water’ by Model Academy, ‘Clean Water & Sanitation’ by Jodhamal Public School, ‘Life on Land’ by Heritage School, ‘Partnership for the Goals’ by K C International School, ‘Zero Hunger’ by
G D Goenka School, ‘Reduce inequality by Doon international School, ‘Decent Work & Economic Growth ‘by Lawrence Public School,Gender equalityby Jammu Sanskriti, Climate change by JK Public School, Shiksha Niketan school.
Padamshree S.P Verma, Vice Pesident of GandhiGlobal Family and Dr Seema Rohmetra, Coordinator of Gandhi Peace FoundationJammuChapter,appreciated school efforts to promote goal No.6- clean water and sanitation not only in school but also in Govt schools,which have been adopted by Jodhamal fraternity.
On the occasion of this meeting, Padamshree S.P Verma, Vice President of Gandhi global family J&K and Dr Seema Rohmetra, Coordinator GPF, Jammu Chapter, threw light on the millennium developmental goals and also focused upon the strategies and the mechanisms to take these goals forward.The various Principals and the core members of the organizations, who attended the meeting, included, Dr Sapna Sangra (Co coordinator GPF), Dr Monica Narang, Dr C.M Seth, Mr Subhash Shastri president of National Maj doorconference Jammu.
Mr Trilok singh Bist, Principal of Jodhamal publicschool presented vote of thanks and applauded the efforts for different school coordinators. .He also congratulated his team Mrs Pratiba Sopori and Muddabir of class VIII for their efforts to conducting regular activates and power point presentation on goal no 6 clean water and sanitation.
JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL EXCELS IN TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON EXAMINATION RESULT
TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON EXAM WAS CONDUCTED RECENTLY AT JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL. IT OFFERED OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERYONE INTERESTED IN PERFORMANCE AT ANY LEVEL TO DEVELOP THEIR SKILLS AND UNDERSTANDING IN A WIDE RANGE OF DISCILPINE.
250 STUDENTS FROM CLASSES PRE NURSARY TO CLASS 11 TOOK THIS INTERNATIONAL EXAM.THESE EXAMS ARE SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO HELP STUDENT PROGRESS. THEY INSPIRE THE LEARNERS AND MARK THEIR ACHIEVEMENT AT EACH STAGE OF THEIR DEVELOPMENT AND AT ALL LEVELS OF COMPETANCE.
THE INTERNATIONAL BOARD EXAM INCLUDED SPEECH AND DRAMA, GROUP PERFORMANCE, COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND YOUNG PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE. THE STUDENTS WERE MARKED FOR DIFFERENT GRADES. IT GIVES A PLATFORM TO A CHILD AT INTERNATIONAL LEVEL TO RECOGNISE, DEVELOP AND HONE UP VARIOUS SKILLS WHICH ARE A NEED OF THE TIME TODAY, THUS LEAVING THE KIDS CONFIDENT AND BEING RECOGNISED AT THE INTERNATIONAL LEVEL.
JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL IS THE FIRST SCHOOL IN JAMMU AND KASHMIR TO CONDUCT THIS PRESTIGIOUS TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON EXAM IN ITS CAMPUS.
THE STUDENTS WERE JUDGED IN THREE DIFFERENT CATEGORIES –PASS, MERIT AND DISTINCTION.AOVE 85% AS DISTINCTION AND ABOVE 75% IS MERIT AND ABOVE 70% IS PASS
MOST OF THE KIDS OF JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL EXCELLED IN THE EXAM WITH A DISTINCTION, VERY FEW WITH MERIT AND ONLY ONE WITH PASS. THE TEACHERS AND THE STUDENTS WERE OVER WHELMED WITH THE EXCELLENT RESULT AND ARE LOOKING FORWARD TO PARTICIPATE IN THE NEXT LEVEL EXAM TO BE CONDUCTED NEXT YEAR IN THE SCHOOL PREMISES.
A SPECIAL ASSEMBLY WAS CALLED BY THE PRINCIPAL TO ANNOUNCE THE RESULTS OF TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON EXAMINATION, WHERE, THE STUDENTS WERE FELICITATED WITH THEIR REPORTS GIVEN BY MR.PHILIP THRUPP, THE EXAMINER FOR TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON EXAM FOR THE YEAR 2017-18 . WHO WAS TRAINED AT EXETER COLLEGE OF ART AND THE HARTLY HODDER STUDIO AND HAS TAUGHT SPEECH AND DRAMA TO PUPILS OF ALL AGES AND PUBLIC SPEAKING TO ADULTS. HE HAS BEEN TUTOR OF VOICE AND SPEECH AT WESLEY COLLEGE, BRISTOL AND REGULARLY ADJUDICATES AT FESTIVALS IN THE BRITISH ISLES, IRELAND, THE CHANNEL ISLANDS, SRI LANKA AND HONG KONG.
PHILIP WAS PLEASED TO EXAMIN THE STUDENTS OF JODHAMAL PUBLIC SCHOOL AND HAD HIGH APPRECIATION FOR THE KIDS AND FOUND THEIR COMMUNICATION SKILLS AT PAR WITH THE LEADING SCHOOLS OF THE COUNTRY. BESIDES EXAMINING THE KIDS IN INDIA, HE HAS EXAMINED IN JOHANNESBURG, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, BALTIMORE, INDIA AND CANADA.
THE PRINCIPAL IN THE SPECIAL ASSEMBLY CONGRATULATED ALL THE STUDENTS FOR TAKING THE EXAM AND SETTING AN EXAMPLE FOR THE REST BY SCORING SO VERY WELL. HE ALSO APPRECIATED THE EFFORTS PUT BY THE TEACHERS AND THE PARENTS FOR GIVING IN THEIR BEST TO MAKE THE CHILD PROGRESS IN ALL ASPECTS THUS CLAIMING TO DEVELOP BETTER COMMUNICATION SKILLS REACHING TO THE NEED OF THE HOUR.
AFTER THIS ACHIEVEMENT JODHAMAL HAS JOINED THE ELITE SCHOOLS LIKE MAYO, WELHAM, DOON, DALY COLLEGE AND LIYOLA ETC. TO HAVE JOINED THE TRINITY COLLEGE LONDON EXMINATIONS AND BECOME A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE STUDENTS. PRINCIPAL APPRECIATED THE SCHOOL PATRON VARUNA ANAND AND RITIKA RATAN WHO WERE INTRUMENTAL IN MAKING THIS HAPPEN AT JODHAMAL BESIDES THE TRUSTEES NANDAN KUTHIALA & ARATI KUTHIALA WHO HAD BROUGHT THIS WONDERFUL BENEFIT TO THE STUDENTS OF JAMMU.
Trinity College London exam conducted in Jodhamal School
Trinity is an international exam board, 125 year old, with a rich heritage of academic rigour and a positive supportive approach to assessment. Trinity board conducts exams in over 70 countries and in India, the schools like Doon school, Mayo girls, Scindia, DPS, Shriram school Delhi , Genesis Global etc. take this exam. The exams taken by the students are fully accredited in the U.K. and recognized internationally in many other countries.
It is a global bench mark for Jodhamal Public school to be the first school in Jammu and Kashmir to conduct this prestigious exam in its campus.
Around 61 teachers from classes pre nursery to class 12 were trained professionally to facilitate the students to take the international exam. These exams are specifically designed to help student progress. They inspire the learners and mark their achievement at each stage of their development and at all levels of competence.
The study strands include Speech and Drama, Individual Acting skills, Group performance, Shakespeare, communication skills, Musical theatre and Performance arts. It gives a platform to a child at international level to recognize, develop and hone up various skills which are a need of the time today. It is a platform which not only develops confidence but also get one to be recognized at the international level.
Philip Thrupp, the examiner for Trinity College London Exam for the year 2017-18 is trained at Exeter college of Art and the Hartly Hodder Studio and has taught Speech and Drama to pupils of all ages and Public Speaking to adults. He has been tutor of Voice and Speech at Wesley College, Bristol and regularly adjudicates at festivals in the British Isles, Ireland, The Channel Islands, Sri Lanka and Hong Kong.
Philip is pleased to be examining for Trinity Guildhall and in the last years has examined in Johannesburg, Sydney, Melbourne, Baltimore, India and Canada.
Trinity College London exam was conducted recently at Jodhamal Public School. It offered opportunities for everyone interested in performance at any level to develop their skills and understanding in a wide range of discipline.
The Trustee, Mr Nandan Kuthiala and the Principal, Mr Trilok Singh Bist applauded the efforts put by the students and their teachers for guiding them in a structured framework designed to encourage the progressive development of integrated performance and communication skills over time. They also added that the biggest benefit of this exam is to ease away shyness and the stage fright, fluent public speaking, stronger self-belief, smarter interpersonal skills and sharper cognitive skills.
Literary Fest Concludes At Jodhamal Public School
A three day long Literary fest organized by Scholastic in collaboration with Jodhamal Public School, concludes in the Multi Purpose Hall of Jodhamal School. The Chief Guest, Mr. Phillip Thrupp from Trinity College London inaugurated the Fest and declared it open.
The welcome address was given by Ms Radhika Sharma, HOD (English) and felicitation of the guests was done by giving memento to all. CCE song was sung by Jodhamal Kids in synchronization by the choir group. The dignitaries were escorted by the Trustees, Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Arati Kuthiala, Principal, Mr Trilok Singh Bist and Vice Principal, Ms Pooja Panthri for the browsing of books available by Scholastic, a very famous publishing house.
The Chief Guest, Mr Phillip implored on the need that to surf and read books as knowledge matters, but not in vacuum. It has to be connected with enquiry and problem solving, fluency with critical thinking that’s what will matter. Mr Phillip also spoke to the students about the importance of reading and developing a capacity and taste for reading, as it gives access to do whatever has already been discovered by others.
There was a story telling session by renowned story teller Mrs. Simi Srivastav, of international repute. On day one of this literary extravaganza. A heavy in pour of students from all across the Jammu city was seen as they could not get enough of Mrs. Simi’s iconic story telling.
On day two, eminent cartoonist Mr Ajit Narayan of international fame did sessions with students and suggested that cartooning is not just a medium for recreation and amusement, it is a depiction and a mirror reflection of non-trivial and sensitive issues in our society. The teaching faculty also had the golden opportunity to have a one on one interaction with Mr. Ajit Narayan and benefit from his experience. Students of different schools cartooning sessions and enjoyed surfing of all genres of books under the one roof.
The initiative taken by Jodhamal Public School, for inculcating reading habits amongst the children was appreciated by one and all and added to the legacy of Jodhamal Public School by successfully concluding yet another glorious seasons of Litfest-2017.
Whirlpool Interschool Rolling Championship for Preprimary organized at JMPS
1st Whirlpool Inter-school Roller Skating Competition was held for preprimary block at Jodhamal Public School skating rink during the school hours.
It was the first time where zooming skaters went buzzing on their roller skates on tiny feet of little children hailing from different schools such as Jmps, KC International, Model Academy,Lutheran Academy,APS, Tiger APS,Rich Harvest,Stephens International,KidzeeSidhra, Pre primaryKidzee Gandhi Nagar, VardhmaanBalVatika etc.
The children participated with full zest as they had come all prepared for different activities already allotted to them such as Inline skating, Quads skating (looseskates, bearing skates) and the most mesmerizing event of all was the fancy dress on wheels which took the heart of all as the children were all dressed in different attires like lord Venkateswara with props and fisherman etc. The children had prepared certain entertaining items like dances and songs to break the monotony and to cheer their fellow mates were much appreciated by all.
All activities were judged by a panel of judges who had tough time while making judgments, as each child was one better than his nearest rival.The Chief Guest for the event was SP Operations Shri.Vinay Kumar Sharma who was spell bound by the enthusiasm and sportsmanship of not only the little ones, but also their mentors.
The entire competition was witnessed by the Principal Mr. Trilok Singh Bist, the school management and the honorable chief guest. They all appreciated and lauded the efforts of Coach Mr. Kamal Anandto make this event successful. A vote of thanks was given by the Principal, Mr. Trilok Singh Bist.
The beaming winners were declared in the end with names are as VidyashiRakwal, ShreruyaVerma, Medhavi Mahajan, VedantJamwal, Advick, Vihaan Gangotra, Anurav Mahajan, OmanshSingla, Sidakh, AaishNabi, Sheikh Zainab, Pavik, Pearl Suri, Rudhika, Manya, Pratham Dev Singh, Jai Aditya, Jasandeep, Ansh, Davick, Aruman, Yuvraj, Manit Jain, Ashwin, Narayan Bakshi, Harmehar Singh, Gurshabad, Seeratdeep, Sugandh, Divya Shakti and Kaira Singh.
Jodhamal All Set For Jammu Literary Fest-2017
Jodhamal Public School is all set to host Jammu Literary Festival-2017 on 27th , 28th and 29thOct 2017. The festival is being organized by the Scholastic in collaboration with Jodhamal Public School, with a vision of “Putting a Book in Every Child’s Hand” and to promoting reading practices among children.
This was disclosed by the Principal, MrTrilok Singh Bist, today during a Press Conference in Jodhamal Public School. He stated that this festival will focus on adding 10 minutes a day to a child’s reading, be it a newspaper, magazine or the novels. The festival will try and create new young writers of 21st Century.
The festival will be inaugurated by Prof. Phillipe from Trinity College London UK on 27th Oct 2017 at 9.00am and many famous personalities will also be present at this auspicious occasion.
This three day long, multi-faceted Jammu Literary Festival-2017 has several stimulating components designed to give parents and the students an enriching experience, with a great blend of literature, culture, art and heritage. HOD English, Ms Radhika Sharma said that this literary festival will give a greater exposure to the Jammu Kids and we will be able to generate interest among future of our country for reading and writing.
During this festival, there will be a Cartooning Sessions by famous Cartoonist MrAjit Narayan and Story Telling Session by renowned story teller Mrs Simi Srivastava. In addition there will be a children’s book fest crammed with activities, stories and study skills. The Scholastic has tried their best to create a unique event for parents to attend with their children.
The Principal said that all the CBSE School from Jammu, Akhnoor, Nagrota and Samba are participating actively in this Festival. Also, all the parents have been invited and are expected to visit this festival on 29thOct 2017, which is open day for all.
Present on this occasion were Trustees Jodhamal School, Mr Nandan Kuthiala & Mrs Arati Kuthiala, Vice Principal MrsPooja Panthri, Administrative Officer, Mr BB Sharma and Coordinator MrsRanju Malhotra.
Jodhamal School Ranked No. 1 in J & K third Year in a Row
(Among the Best 30 Schools Pan India by C Fore Survey )
Jodhamal Public School Jammu is once again ranked number one school of Jammu & Kashmir for the third year in a row.
Leading career magazine Education World has recently published its list of best Indian schools for the year 2017-18 in which Jodhamal Public School has made a mark by scoring 1163 points on 14 different parameters giving a good lead of 41 points to the second ranker school in J & K. Jodhamal has been ranked among the best 30 school Pan India in the category of the Day Co-Educational Schools out of a 1.4 Milliom Schools across the country. Mr. Nandan Kuthiala and Arati Kuthiala the trustees gave the credit for this achievement to the staff , students and the parent’s cooperation during all these years. Jodhamal students have made it to the top notch schools with their zeal and enthusiasm to participate in all competitions all over the globe and by making a mark everywhere.
The Education World India School Rankings 2017-18 ranks the country's best schools under 14 different parameters .The survey was conducted countywide by 127 field representative of the well-known Delhi based market research and opinion polls company “C fore” for over four months in 27 cities including Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Pune, Lucknow, Indore, Jamshedpur, Darjeeling,Gowhati,Merrut, Jammu & Dehradun, interviewed the sample respondents and rated schools in their region on a 10-point scale across 14 parameters -- academic reputation, co-curricular education, teacher welfare and development, competence of faculty, co-curricular activities, sports education, individual attention to students, life skills and conflict management education, infrastructure provision, leadership/ management quality, special needs education and internationalism etc. Jodhamal has made a mark by being in the best 10 schools across India for Leadership Quality and Infrastructural Facilities. Principal Trilok Singh Bist along with Bhim Rathke, Mentor Jodhamal; Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee & Arati Kuthiala, Director of Jodhamal had gone to receive the award in a Glittering Award Ceremony at Hotel Leela Ambiance Gurugram and said that this award is an outcome of the hard work of all the students and staff members supported by the Parents and School management. Bist also said the forward looking vision of Nandan Kuthiala & Arati Kuthiala is one of the most important factor for this feat under the able mentorship of Bhim Rathke a Delhi Based professional who has been mentoring us for the last six years.
Jodhamal Ranked in Top 50 Future Schools by Fortune
In a Mega AWARD Event at The Grand Hotel Vasant Kunj on 6th October 2017 Jodhamal Public School was awarded the Future 50 Schools Shaping Success Award by the Famous Future Magazine in collaboration with the Singapore Based online Career portal Univariety. There were around 650 schools which have undergone the Processing for this prestigious award and all students, teachers and parents of the senior school were involved into it to give and evaluate online the performance of the schools. It was a proud privilege for Jodhamal Public School to be recognized among the Best 50 schools in India and for joining the elite schools like Mayo Boys, Mayo Girls, Pathways, Scottish High, Singapore International School, Mumbai, Vasant Valley New Delhi and many more such schools which are delivering the 21st century education with a global outlook. Principal Trilok Singh Bist, School Mentor Bhim Rathke and Trustee Narayani Kuthiala Sibal received the award in a glittering ceremony at New Delhi where each one appreciated the efforts put in by the Team Jodhamal for achieving this prestigious award.
Award was presented by the famous educationist Sumer Singh and CEO of Univariety Jaideep Gupta. In this award ceremony Director IIT Delhi V Ram Gopal Rao and Principal Lady Shri Ram College Delhi , Suman Sharma were awarded the Catalist of Change award for their distinguished services to the society. Trilok Singh Bist said it was such a pleasure to receive such an award amongst such elite gathering that words are not enough to express. He again stressed on the fact that this accomplishment was possible just because of the students, faculty members and the parental cooperation at all times and of course due to a forward looking management which is ever ready for the change in the interest of the students fraternity.
Jodhamal Principal Trilok Singh Bist Awarded the CBSE National Teacher Award for 2016
Jammu & Kashmir Principal Trilok Singh Bist was awarded the CBSE National Teacher Award in a glittering function at the Rail Musieum Auditorium atChankya Puri , New Delhi which has brought a lot of accolades for J & K State. Trilok Singh Bist, the Principal of Jodhamal Public School Jammu is the only awardee conferred with the CBSE Award this year from Punjab & Chandigarh.This award is given to Trilok Singh Bist, Principal, Jodhamal Public School, Jammu ( Jammu & Kashmir) in public recognition of his valuable and commendable services rendered to the community for the cause of education as a teacher of outstanding merit is what the citation says which is awarded to Trilok Singh Bist with a Shawl and a cash award of Rs.50,000/- in recognition of his services to the Nation as a Teacher par excellence.
Mr. Bist is working as the Head Teacher of Jodhamal School since April 2012 and in these five and a half years he has put in all his experience of 28 years to bring the best from within the students and also taken out the talents of his teachers and provided them with wings to fly and give their best to the society. Under his leadership Jodhamal has been ranked as No. 1 school for the last three years in a row and also Jodhamal Public School has been selected in the Future 50 Schools Shaping Success by the Famous Magazine Fortune( Forbes) and the Singapore based Univariety the Online Career Portal.
Deepmala Sharma was awarded the Global Teacher Award, Mubeen Butt was awarded the Outstanding Teacher Award by Generation Global, Bhawna Madaan has been awarded the ISA Award and has been the MUN Queen of Jammu for last 5 years and wherever she takes her team they bring laurels to the state and also Sanjay Pandey is doing great guns as the Quiz Master. Poonam Sarmal is the Girls Army NCC Wing’s Care Taker and Ajay Magotra is the Boys Naval NCC Wing’s care taker. Dolly Chandhok and Manvinder Kaur are the Scouts & Guides Incharges who are doing a wonderful work where this year 9 students of Jodhamal are getting the Governor’s Award.
Bist believes in shaping the available human capital to match with his expectations by grilling and grooming them rather than cribbing about the situation. Bist is the Master Trainer for CBSE Capacity Building Programmes and has been entrusted by CBSE to conduct the CBSE Workshops at many cities including the first ever such workshop at Laddakh at DPS Laddakh last year. Shallu Sharma of Jammu under his leadership has been recognised as the National Trainer of IAYP the Duke of Edenburg’s Awards. Deepta Khusso has been awarded the Outstanding Contribution award this year by National Award Authority. The list is endless when it comes to achievement of his team.
While receiving the award when asked as to whom does he give the credit of his success he proudly proclaimed that it is only his mother & his late teacher Shankar Naganhalli Gaur Patil who have moulded him into what he is today right from the childhood and he was the only Principal among the 16 Principals who were awarded , who took his 87 years old mother Mrs. Kheema Bist along with his wife Leela Bist, to receive the award from the Union HRD Minister of State, Upender Khushwaha at New Delhi. It was such a proud moment for the old mother when CBSE Chairperson came to meet her and all Principals came to congratulate her. All dignitaries touched her feet as she was the senior most citizen present in the award ceremony.
Present on the dias for the award ceremony wereUnion HRD Minister of State Mr. Upendra Kushwaha, Ms. Anita Karwal, CBSE Chairperson, Mr. Anuragh Tripathi, Secretary CBSE, Director NCERT and Member Secretary NCTT.
Nandan Kuthiala (Trustee), Arati Kuthiala(Director), Bharat Bhushan Sharma(Administrative Officer), Pooja Panthri(Vice Principal) and all coordinators and students gave a very warm welcome to the Principal after coming back from Delhi during a special assembly. Mr. Bharat Bhushan said in his address that this award is not only a pride for Jodhamal Public School but the whole J & K State is proud of Bist’s achievement and Pooja Panthri also read out the Citation for the whole school and said such achievements become an inspirations for others.
Team Jodhamal Shines at the Doon School, Dehradun.
DSMUN of The Doon School, Dehradun has grown to be one of the key entries in every school’s muning calendar as it has a history of attracting the best of, both, the Indian and the international delegates from the Pan-Asiatic Region. Inthe 11th Doon School Model United Nations (DSMUN) Conference participating schools wereMayo College Girls School, Mayo Boys, Sanskriti School, Modern School Vasant Vihar, Rato Bangla Nepal,All Saints College, Nainital,NPS International School, Guwahati,GD Goenka World School,Scindia School,British School, Delhi and many more in and around India participated in the conference. Jodhamalas always sent its delegation of 11 delegates to participate in the esteemed conference. This delegation comprised ofSaba Jamwal, Mudabir latifi, Mian Mohd. Raza, Harshavardhan Singh, Vidur Kumar, NayanSharma, Anahita Anand, Samanyu Reddy, DhvaniGupta, Aseess Kaur, Gunjan Singh escorted by faculty advisor Ms. Bhawna Nagpal Madaan and Mr. Sarnjeev Choudhary.The Doon School Model United Nations Conference 2017opening ceremony was attended by Congress Vice PresidentMr. Rahul Gandhi asthe Chief Guest of the evening accompanied by Ms. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra. Mr. Gandhimesmerised the delegates with his one to one interaction and speech on some of the important skills of diplomacy
All the young Muners of Jodhamal brought accolades for their Alma Mater by winning The Most Outstanding Delegate awarded to Gunjan Singh who represented Canada on the agenda ‘Drafting a bill for women’s rights across the world’, the committee was channelizing in every aspect with an immensely intense debating forum to scrutinise discussion on all issues regarding women. The second category of award The Honourable Mention was bagged by Dhvani Gupta who represented Iraq on the agenda of ‘Protection of rights of Rohingya Muslims’, the standard of debate was quite high as the delegates were probing with ideas to change the standard of human rights. All the JMPS Delegates were often pressed to the limits of their skill at negotiations and were seen frantically adding countries to their blocs and writing their resolutions – following which they defended them in particularly ‘grilling’ interpellation sessions.The Headmaster of The Doon School Mr. Matthew J. Raggett, presided over the event and distributed the various awards for the conference, and appreciated the efforts put in by the students.
Rally to Save Rivers.
Exhibiton by Nursery Wing.
Jodhamal holds Investiture Ceremony
Investiture Ceremony of the Junior School Prefect Council was held at Jodhamal Public school. The pupil were formally invested withauthority, power, right, dignity within the school context. The Junior Kids conducted a Street " BetiBachaoBetiPadao" as a part of the Prime Minister NarendraModi’s initiative and then the Chief Guest on the occasion Brigadier Atul Kumar, SM Commander, 26 Artillery Brigade inducted the Prefect Council members to the office in a very formal ceremony. The Student Pupil Leaders the Junior School Head Boy and Head Girl respectively.Arhan Mahajan & Samaira Jamwal took the oath to lead by example without pride or prejudice. The other newly elected Prefect Council are as follows: ASPLs –Navaj Kunal Anand & Uttara Bhushan; Sports Captains --Ayesha Hayaat & Ayam Sharma ; CCA Incharges–Krishika Koul& Moksha Sharma; Eco Leaders –Anmol Kotwal & Vidhi Dhallam: Discipline Incharges -Saksham Mahajan & Rebecca Verma; Challenge House Captains –ArunDev Singh & Adalia Narang; Discovery House Captains --Harmanjot Singh & Iqra Batool Jahangir; Enterprise House Captains --Sachdeep Singh & Ambika Singh ; Invention House Captains Aditya Singh & Smaira Goel were adorned with their badges by the Chief Guest in the Presence of the staff , students and their parents. House Vice Captains of the four houses Mudakkir Latifi, Yana Rai, Shiven Agarwal, Ahmed Ayan, Swasti Gupta, Devansh Sharma, Vadanya Salathia, Sanidhya Gupta, Punish Manhas, Gunjot Kour were also inducted to the office of the Prefect Council of Jodhamal Juniors,a defining moment in a student’s life.
After the office bearers holding a loft knowledge, courage and confidence, a day when these little bearers were inducted with 'responsibility' took the Oath in the MPH and the Head Boy of Senior School Aabhas Verma Administered the Oath. Former Head Girl Junior School Dania Butt & Former Head Boy Junior School Palmer Singh conducted the complete programme and the Head Girl Manasvini Oswal offered the vote of thanks.
Lt. Col. Anuj Kasta, Mr Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Ms Arati Kuthiala, Director and Ms Pooja Panthri, Vice Principal of Jodhamal Public School were also present on the occasion. A special kudos was given to the CCA Coordinators Ms Sonia Majahan and Coordinator Ms. Ranju Malhotra for the overall mentoring and meticulous planning of the complete show.
Inspite of the bright sun, the children's enthusiasm was not dimmed and their eyes shone bright with the anticipation of receiving their prefectorial badges, the chief guest did the honors of pinning the badges and then the newly elected prefect took the formal pledge.
All the parents added the glory to the small function where in his address Brigadier Atul Kumar said that the parents have a big responsibility in honing up the next generation and also parents need to take the onus for the distraction of the students these days in different unpleasant areas and every parent needs to keep a vigilant eye on their child’s activities and friend circle. The SPL s and ASPLs also gave the speeches to live upto the expectation of their teachers, parents and their fellow friends in the school. Principal Trilok Singh Bist congratulated the students for being chosen as the little leaders and wished them success at all walks of life. The ones who were not in the Prefect Council list, Principal said that they have even a bigger goal set for them and should work from now only to aim for being the members of Senior School Council once they grow up and till then a self-disciplined life style can make them all keep achieving the impossible.
PriyaSethi launched Class Libraries donated by Jodhamal School
Jodhamal Public School under the Public Private Partnership adopted three government schools namely Govt. High School, Deeli, Govt. Primary School, Sainik Colony, Govt. Primary School, Prithvipur. Since April 2016, Jodhamal Public School adopted these three schools for the development of these schools and carrying out extra co-curricular activities among the students of the Govt. schools.
Jodhamal School has also launched a R. B. KuthialaJodhamal Education Foundation Scholarship for girls studying in Govt. schools in the border area of Jammu Province. The modalities of the scholarship are still being worked out and would be open for girls of classes 9th to 11th.
Teachers from Jodhamal had been going every week to these schools to carry out activities and to develop spoken skills among these children together with providing notebooks, pens, pencils, black boards, fans etc. for the school as and when needed.
Jodhamal made Govt. High School, Deeli students participate in National level competitions like VoxPopuli and Polifest. Two students of Govt. High school Delli were sponsored for the National Level Tech Summit at Vasant Valley School in New Delhi and both the boys Lekhraj and Pawan gave a very good presentation and won accolades from one and all.
Today, in a special event, Jodhamal organized a Public Private Partnership initiative to set up Libraries in all three Govt. Schools and Minister of State Education Honourable Mrs. Priyasethi presided over as the Chief Guest. Mr. NandanKuthiala and MrsAratiKuthiala had been generous enough to think of these children who otherwise are deprived of the basic facilities. Govt. School Students presented NukkadNatak on Destiny and the junior kids of Jodhamal presented NukkadNatak on BetiBachaoBetiPadao.
Jodhamal is not only honing up the skills of the students but also developing their overall personality by making them participate in different activities and NukkadNataks.PrincipalJodhamalTrilok Singh Bist gave the report on how after meeting the Honourable Governor he was made to meet the then Education Minister JanabNaeem Akhtar who in turn made the then Director Education SmithaSethi to visit the schools and allot the schools to Jodhamal under the PPP.
Present on the occasion were S. Ravinder Singh, Director Education, Mr. J K Sudan, Chief Education Officer Jammu and the Head Masters of all three govt. school, teachers and students of all schools including Jodhamal.
Programme was anchored by PrakharBist of Jodhamal and Leena Chandra of Govt. High School, Deeli.
Mrs. PoojaPanthri, Vice Principal of Jodhamal presented the vote of thanks. Ms. Sunita Gupta Incharge Head Master of Govt. High School, Deeli thanked Jodhamal Public School for the unconditional support provided under the Public Private Partnership. The IAYP InchargeShallu Sharma, Junior Coordinator Sonia Mahajan and the eight teachers who have contributed to this noble cause were also there to share their experiences and the sense of contentment and satisfaction by being the part of this Community Service for last two years.
Jodhamal Studenrs Shine at Welham MUN at Dehradun
Jodhamal Students won accolades at the WELMUN at the Welham Boys School, Dehradun. A total of 13 students from Jodhamal made their presence felt as delegates of different committees and all of them were recognized during the MUN Session. The WELMUN 2017 which was held between 28th - 30th July concluded today. A total of 26 schools participated in this mega event. It was a great platform where schools like The Doon School Dehradun , Modern School Barakhama Road, Indian high School Dubai, Mayo Girls, Jodhamal Jammu, Bhuvans Chandigarh put up a great competition for all other schools. The Doon School Dehradun got the best delegation. Vidur Kumar and Arsh Mir from Jodhamal public school got honourary mention and Nimisha Shukla and Vaibhav got verbal mention in their respective committees. Nimisha and Vaibhav were in United Nations Security Council Vidur and Arsh Mir were in UNGA 4 - Special Political and Decolonisation Committee. Vidur Kumar & Arsh Mir of Jodhamal were selected for a special crisis committee... Teachers Pratibha Sapori and Neetika Rai escorted the Delegates as Faculty Advisors. The children who comprised the delegation from Jodhamal are Zitin Kaul, Vaibhav , Animisha Shukla, Nimisha Shukla, Vihan Kapoor, Sheikh Sakib, Kritneya Sharma, Arnav Gupta Vatsala Mahajan ,Abhijot Singh,Arsh Mir,Harman Kaur, Jasleen Kaur and Vidur Kumar...
Principal Trilok Singh Bist congratulated the delegates for making their presence felt and ensuring the laurels for Jammu and Kashmir. He also appreciated the teachers Bhawna Madaan, Pratibha Sapori and Neetika Shukla for preparing the students so well.
Art of Living Workshop conducted for Jodhamal Staff.
Art of Living Happiness Course was done by 65 teachers of the senior school of Jodhamaland each one felt being transcended... Happiness Course was conducted by Art of Living instructor Ms. ShwetaGolani who came from Bangalore from Shri Shri''s Ashram and is the renowned AOL teacher from Dehradun...without dipping in water we can never truly know how it feels to have a swim? This Happiness Course by Shwetaji made Jodhamal teachers effortlessly sponge up whatever was offered in the Programme in the three days course.. Most happiest three days for each staff member and they all experienced the transition through the techniques taught, processes done and other practical tools taught during the course....Each one went home after completion of the course as a calm, relaxed, healthier, more knowledgeable and happier person with easy to use tools they can use to maintain the benefits of this course for a life time...A happy mind makes us stay calm; make better decisions and improve the overall quality of life and with such feelings the course came to a close.. All teachers appreciated Ms. ShwetaGolani's energy level and knowledge and were highly elated to have been provided this opportunity by the school management....School Principal Trilok Singh Bist appreciated the efforts of the forward looking management which does things out of the box and sets precedence..NandanKuthiala and AratiKuthiala are dedicated to the cause of education in the state and are determined to take the school education to the next level in the state.
During the course the Techniques taught to accept the people and situations the way they come, was one of the lesson for all those who get disturb at the slightest of the blow in life. Shweta Golani told everyone that the opposite values are complimentary to each other so if we have some sorrow in life then only we will be able to value the happiness and if one experiences the heat then only he would sense the cold. She also told the teachers to have their opinion and should not become the football of other people's opinion. During the SudershanKriya the teachers felt so relaxed and got transcended to a different world.
Art of Living was an experience of an altogether different kind which most of the schools and corporate world is giving to their employees and IIT's are providing to their students and Jodhamal Public School has taken the first step forward and is determined to get it for staff, students, support staff and even for parents in the times to come.