Dated: 01/10/2013 Dear Parent, Greetings from abps ‘Hold their Hand but don’t chain their souls’

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Dated: 01/10/2013

Dear Parent,

Greetings from ABPS

Hold their Hand but don’t chain their souls’

Keeping in tune the above theme, we at A.B.P.S. Awarpur strongly believe that learning is best accomplished in an atmosphere marked by freedom, but freedom with a sense of Responsibility, Love, Care and Sensitivity. During this academic year 2013-14, great emphasis is laid on honing the personality of each child by inculcating values such as Self- Discipline, Self- Respect and Self –Esteem and by equipping them with LIFE SKILLS to face the world full of challenges. Proper guidance and timely counselling is given to students to boost their confidence, shirk their complexes, curb undesirable behaviour and develop a Balanced Emotional Disposition.

If you wish to be great, be self effacing and humble. The tree laden with fruits always bends low”.

-Shri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa

Dr. Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman, The Aditya Birla Group- expressing his views on education

said “I dream of an education system that recognizes the race each student runs with himself or herself and that helps students develop well rounded personalities”.

We at school need to move from the constructivist approach to the Teaching Learning Process. The focus should always be on the learner’s active participation in the process, which is neither restricted nor hampered by the confines of the text book or the class room or the examination. We have to encourage our students to take risks, make mistakes and explore new ways and procedures for solving problems and performing tasks. The need of the hour is to promote creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship among our students.

Our School provides ample opportunities for the full realization of the child’s potential and development of abilities and interest for the full flowering of the student’s personality.

School is a building that has four walls, with tomorrow inside.”- Lon Watters

So dear parents let’s work together for a new tomorrow----a tomorrow moulded by us---for we are the Architects of Impressionable Minds----In conclusion I quote Daniel Webster who said:-

If we work on marble, it will perish,

If we work on brass, time will efface it,

If we rear temples, they will crumble into dust,

But if we work on immortal minds and instil into them Principles,

We are engraving upon tablets, which no time will efface;

But will brighten and brighten to all eternity.”

Wish you a Happy Reading

With Best Wishes,


  • 19 students scored 90% and above.

  • 15 Students secured 10 CGPA.

  • Highest number of 10CGPA amongst the Aditya Birla Groups of School

Class XII School Toppers 2012-13



Malvika Nair

Ashwini Gilbile

100% results of the First Batch of Class XII (CBSE Board)

100% results of the Last Batch of Class XII  State Board (HSC)

Quality Education - Our Endeavour.

Re-conceptualization of Education

Innovative Teaching Methodology- The Computer aided teaching introduced this academic year in Scholastic Subjects has added immense value to the teaching of the subject, thus making learning a joyful experience.

Activity based Teaching- To encourage our students to think, wander, dream and explore- Hands on activity, Learning by doing and field trips in the Primary Classes are initiated to strengthen Concepts and relate learning to real life experiences.

Team Teaching- The concept of team teaching in the subject Énglish ’at the Middle School level has enriched the language teaching. Other initiatives taken towards language development is the induction of the Pronunciation Corner, the Vocabulary and the usage of idioms and phrases.

Reading Skills-Students with voracious reading habits are an integral part of the Library council, the procurement of books worth Rs 50,000/ in the School Library in accordance with the age and interest of students has promoted Reading skills.

Stoic Bearings-A power point presentation was given by the Principal, to the students of classes X and XII on How to overcome the Examination fear syndrome in the month of June, prior to the commencement of FA-I and the Ist Unit Test. SA-I/ Bi-annual exam was held, in accordance with the CBSE Board Exam timings to familiarize students with the exam system and de-stress them from the examination phobia.

Sunshine Smile Badge- To inculcate the good habit of brushing teeth at night before going to bed, we have introduced the Sunshine Smile Badge for the Primary School Students.

Behaviour Chart- Discipline is reinforced in the students of classes VI-XII by the Teachers marking in specific abbreviations of the desired behaviour not fulfilled by the students of the class in the behaviour chart.

Golden Rules prepared by the students of each class along with the class teacher adorn the Class notice boards.

Adopt a Child Policy: To provide academic support, encouragement and motivation to the slow learners, this policy is extended to students of classes VI-XII. The ‘Personal Touch’ has helped the students to boost their self confidence and accountability.

Remedial Teaching : To bring the slow learners and low achievers, at par with the rest of the class, remedial classes have been arranged in classes I-V.

CMO’S Visit: Mr Ratan Shah, CMO, Cement Business, Aditya Birla Group visited our Institution on the 26th of September, 2013 along with the Unit Head Mr. Ashok Khuntwal and the Secretary of the Educational Trust, Mr. Anil Chopra. The visit provided the desirable platform for sharing of experience on innovative practices, aimed towards qualitative improvement.

Salutation: “Gratitude is the memory of the heart” All of us at School bid a tearful adieu to our staff Mrs Bhuvinder Kaur, on the 17th of June, 2013, who resigned from the institution on health grounds after putting in 20 years of dedicated service.

Academic Enrichment: Mrs Roseline Lopez attended a two day workshop in Economics at Gyan Sagar, PRFS Mathura on the 28th and 29th of August, 2013 .The workshop laid emphasis on latest teaching techniques and the recent changes in the curriculum design.

Harvesting Hope: A paper free, eco friendly School Council Elections for the Head Boy and Head Girl, was witnessed on the 6th of July as the enthusiastic voters of classes VI-XII casted their precious votes. Thanks to the software developed by Aman Shukla, Lalit Kale and Prakash- the computer wizards of the outgoing batch of class XII. The Election Result Analysis was effectively compiled through the systems, thus adding ease and accuracy to the spirited high voltage campaigning.

The Pathway to Empowerment: The Investiture Ceremony of the newly constituted Student Council was held on Saturday, 27th July 2013, witnessed by the Unit Head Mr. Ashok Khuntwal, Secretary of the Educational Trust Mr. Anil Chopra, all the Functional Heads and their spouses. The solemnity of the occasion and the flawless conduct of the programme kept the audience spell bound.

Adolescent Mentoring Programme: Selected students of the Social Service Club with mentoring skills were entrusted significant responsibilities in Classes V-VIII. This venture serves as one of the most effective tools for leadership development and honing of counselling and problem solving skills thus highlighting the concept of ‘Adolescent Mentoring Programme- a rare opportunity to execute Life Skills.

ISO Audit: The surveillance Audit by DNV, the certifying body was successfully conducted by the lead Auditor Mr Parag Chandratreya on the 7th of August, 2013.

Promoting Togetherness: The Independence Day came mass appealing with the entire programme being conducted in Hindi-our National language. Mr. Ashok Khuntwal, Unit Head unfurled the National Flag and delivered a befitting message. The patriotic songs presented by the students filled the atmosphere with the true spirit of patriotism. The school management honoured the meritorious students of Class X AISSE-2013 and Class XII –CBSE and State Board with motivational awards.

Rewarding Results :

The flawless performance of our students for the second successive year in the under 14, under 16 and under 19 category in the Second District Level Inter School CBSE TT Tournament hosted by our institution on the 29th of August, 2013, on the occasion of National Sports Day, clinched us the Championship. 87 participants represented 6 schools in the tournament. The awards were distributed by Mrs.Rama Khuntwal and the other dignitaries at the Valedictory function.

Participating in the CBSE Cluster TT Tournament at Jain International School, Nagpur, our team of under 14 and under 16 boys put up a good show. The tournament provided them the right exposure..

Execution with Passion-Teachers’ Day was celebrated on the 5th of September, 2013 in a special way under the leadership of the Head Boy, Head Girl and the efficient team of the Student Council. Strengthening the Whole School participation concept, the students of Classes L.K.G-XI presented a cultural extravaganza surfeit in honour of their beloved teachers, while the students of class XII shouldered the responsibility of the felicitation. Mr. Ashok Khuntwal, Unit Head along with his dynamic team of Functional Heads acknowledged the devoted service rendered by the teaching staff by presenting mementoes and shared a common lunch in fellowship.

Celebrating Excellence: The extensive celebration of Hindi Divas from the 7th to 13th September 2013 has given impetus to the significance of the event. It was in the year 1949, on the 14th of September that Hindi was declared as the National Language. A plethora of Literary competitions held for Classes U.K.G –XII, provided a veritable feast to the audience.

Tapping Talent: Apart from Academic excellence, emphasis is laid down on the ‘All Round Development’ of students. We have had multifarious activities, competitions and programmes during the CCA periods every week as a part of the curriculum prescribed by CBSE thereby promoting the concept of Multiple Intelligence.

Vedic Mathematics Classes were conducted by PYRA team from Bhopal for 170 interested students of classes VI-XII from the 25th of August to the 6th of September, 2013. Ten deserving students of our Institution were given free training on the recommendation of the School. The positive feedback from the students spoke volumes about the conduct of the programme.

Opportunities Galore-

Catch them young

Literacy to Literature Continuum-In an effort to identify, inspire and nurture the fine skills of story writing in the future wordsmiths of our School, the students of Classes V-VIII were exposed to two open –to- all platforms of creative writing competitions, sponsored by Macmillan Publications and Katha Children’s Books Publications, in association with CBSE. Both competitions held in the month of August generated enthusiastic response from the blooming talents.

191 students of Classes K.G. -X participated

in the 11th International Child Art Exhibition

2013 organized by Kshitij an Art Society

on the 22nd of July,2013. Five of our students

were awarded Gold medals while Six of them

secured Silver medals.

22 students of Class VIII and 05 students of Class IX appeared for the Elementary and Intermediate Drawing Grade Examination conducted by the Directorate of Art, Maharashtra State held from the 25th to the 29th of September, 2013.

120 students of Classes IV – IX actively participated in the painting competition for National Campaign on ‘Energy Conservation 2013’ organized by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Government of India and Ministry of Power on the 28th of September, 2013.

With the aim of educating youth for sustainable development, the Green Olympiad organized by Teri ,The Energy & Resource Institute in association with the Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government of India was conducted on the 31st of August, 2013 for students of Classes VIII-X, in which 51 students participated.

Building on a Strong Foundation :.

The first round of class wise Parent Teachers’ Meeting for L.K.G- XII was successfully conducted through inspirational videos, effective Power Point Presentations and useful tips on ‘Good Parenting’ in accordance with the schedule of the institutional planning mentioned in the Hand Book. The encouraging attendance of the parents is well appreciated.

Towards Newer Pastures: The much awaited Multi-Purpose Hall was inaugurated on the 6th o f July 2013 by the Unit Head Mr. Ashok Khuntwal. All the Functional Heads of our unit graced the occasion.

Infrastructural Development: To add value to the existing education system, the management has looked into the successful completion of the following requirements.

  • The green grass ground to cater to the effective conduct of team games.

  • The renovated outdoor stage.

Thanks : All of us at ‘The Aditya Birla Public School, Awarpur’ place on record our deep gratitude, sincere thanks and appreciation to :-

  • Mr. Ashok Khuntwal, The Unit Head for his guidance, moral and financial support and Mr. Anil Chopra, the Secretary of the Educational Trust, for his motivation and keen interest shown in the smooth functioning of the school,

  • Dr. Shyam Ganguli, Chief Education Officer, for his constant assistance and inspiration.

  • Parent Representatives of classes LKG – V for their valuable contribution and parents of our beloved students, for their abiding trust in the institution.


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