CCA and Pace-setting Activities

SPORTS ACHIEVEMENTS

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NATIONALBoys 4
Girls 12
Boys 6
Girls 16
Boys 0
Girls 6
Boys 0
Girls 7
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SGFIGirls 4Girls 4Girls 2Girls 1020101

SCOUTS AND GUIDE ACHIEVEMENTS

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Rajya Puraskar20202020202020(04 appeared for Rastrapati award)

01 Student participated in Atal Bihari International Mountaineering and Training program Manali 2012-13

60 students qualified in National adventure program Pachmadi in last 5 years.

The physical education programmer provides each student with an opportunity to assess his fitness and t0 enable him to enjoy a productive stay in school and a more meaningful existence after school/college. In a broad view of education, physical education has unique opportunities for developing desirable character a well as defined responsibilities toward the physical development of the individual. A person physically fit will be mentally alert and sound and will be more spectacular in all walks of his life. A weak child is a weak brick in the wall of the nation. If today’s child is weak and meek, he is considered a liability not only to himself and his family but also to the entire nation. The wealth of a nation depends entirely upon the health of every citizen of the country.
 
Physical Education is an education. The term ‘Education’ implies the drawing out and development of all the powers of an individual mental, moral as well as social. The concept of the psycho human organism has influenced greatly significance and meaning both regard to the child and the attitude of the teacher towards the child. There is sufficient indisputable scientific evidence to indicate that mental and physical factors exert a reciprocal influence upon one a exerts a profound influence upon mental status and vice recognition of the mutual dependence of mind and body for the well being of the individual is a land mark of vital importance. Education is the tight border concept of the human organism would aim “To help each individual to realize the full powers of his personality in body, mind and spirit in and through active membership of society”. Physical Education consists of two words physical + education. The word ‘physical education’ has been defined by various authors keeping in view the needs of the persons at the relevant time and relevant place and no definitions can be termed physical education in entirely. ‘Physical Education’ is one of the essential education as it is necessary to develop physical instincts in human beings.
Unless and until the human beings are fit physically, the mental development cannot be achieved because it is a well established fact that a sound mind resides in a sound body. ‘Physical Education’ studies that aspect of the needs of
the developing child, right from the beginning till he passes out from the university, which is necessary for the upkeep and development of his body,including physical exercise, yoga exercises, games and sports.
                                                                 OBJECTIVES OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
1. Organ Development and Physical Fitness.
2.Development of Neuro-muscular co-ordination or skill
                                                    NEED AND IMPORTANCE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION

1. To help children more in a skilled activities in which they engage in the programme of physical education.
2. To develop an understanding and appreciation of movements in children and youth, so that their life becomes meaningful.
3. To develop an understanding and appreciation of movements in child and youth so that their life becomes meaningful
4.To develop an understanding and appreciation of certain scientific  principles concerned with movements.
4. To develop through games and sports better interpersonal relationship.
5. To develop the various organic systems of the body, so that they  respond in a healthful way to increase demands placed on them.
                                                 ACTIVITIES IN A PROGRAMME OF PHYSICAL
Physical education necessarily uses bodily activities for its programme and includes the following:
1. Activities which use the big muscles and further the development of the fundamental racial skills of walking, running, jumping, throwing, climbing,hanging etc. Among these are:
a.) Activities in which individuals alone can take part such as athletics,games like tennis, hand ball etc.
b). Activities, both indigenous and major in which groups alone can take part Such as simple relays, major games like Cricket, Hockey,Football, Volleyball, Kho-kho, Kabaddi etc.
2. Rhythmic activities such as folk dances, classical dance, gymnastic dances etc
3. Combative and defensive activities like Wrestling, Boxing, Karate, Judo, etc.
4. Outing activities like hiking and camping.
5. Recreational activities like find out leader, dog and bone, fire on the
mountain etc.
                                                  CALENDAR OF PACE SETTING ACTIVITIES 

DATEDAYPROGRAMME NAME
14/04/2018SATURDAYDR. B.R. AMBEDKAR JAYANTI (VISIT TO NEAR BY
PLACE)
11/07/2018WEDNSDAYWORLD POPULATION DAY ( CONDUCT TO RALLY)
28/07/2018SATURDAYSWACCHATA ABHIYAN NEARBY VILLAGE
20/08/2018MONDAYSADBHAVANA DIVAS ( PLANTATION )
26/08/2018SUNDAYSWACCHATA ABHIYAN
13/09/2018TUESDAYREMOVAL OF SUPERSTITIONS FROM THE SOCIETY
NEARBY SCHOOL
02/10/2018TUESDAYMAHATMA GANDI & LAL BAHADUR SHASTRI
BIRTH ANNIVERSARY ( SWACCHATA ABHIYAN )
01/12/2018SATURDAYWORLD AIDS DAY(AEP) ACTIVITY (ADULT
EDUCXATION)
03/01/2019THURSDAYSAVITRIBAI FULE JAYANTI ( ADAPTIION OF
NEARBY VILLAGE FOR CREATING AWARNEESS
AMONG THE VILLAGERS TO REMOVE BLIND
BELIEFS FROM THE SOCIETY )
12/01/2019SATURDAYGRAM SWACCHATA ABHIYAN
19/02/2019TUESDAYCULTURAL ACTIVITY IN NEIGHBOURIING
SCHOOL
11/11/2018SUNDAYNATIONAL EDUCATION DAY (LITERACY
PROGRAMME )

                                                            CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

Day 
12th January National Youth Day
15th January Army Day
26th January Republic Day
30th January Martyr’s Day
28th February National Science Day
8th March International Women’s Day
15th March World Disabled Day
21st March International Day for Elimination of
Racial Discrimination
7th April World Health Day
31st May Anti-Tobacco Day
5th June World Environment Day
11th July World Population Day
9th August Quit India Day
15th August Independence Day
29th August National Sports Day
5th September Teacher’s Day
8th September World Literacy Day
2nd October Gandhi Jayanthi
30th October World Thrift Day
11th November National Education Day
14th November Children’s Day
1st December World AIDS Day
10th December Human Rights Day