Teachers’ Day Celebration

The Palace School celebrated teacher’s day to honour the irreplaceable role that teachers play in shaping a student’s life.

The traditional welcome tikka , roses and beautiful hand-made cards adorned the teachers look further for the day. A vibrant cultural program comprising of songs, dances and a short play was put up by the students. The senior students came dressed as teachers and took care of the junior classes. They took over the responsibility from their teachers to respect and honour them on their special day.

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Our Principal, Mrs Urvashi Warman, thanked the students for their wonderful efforts and the teachers for being so dedicated towards their profession.

A short dance session of students and teachers together made the day even more memorable for everyone alike.

Thereafter the teachers went for a day out at the Jaigarh Fort where they played various games, danced to the tunes of Rajasthani folk music , relished a sumptuous lunch and enjoyed the locales with full enthusiasm.

Each and everyone felt special and rejuvenated after the day’s celebration and thanked the school management for organising such a wonderful day for the teachers.

We did it !! The Palace School ranked 4th in Rajasthan

It gives us immense pleasure to announce that The Palace School has been ranked 4th in Rajasthan in the Co-ed Day Schools Rankings 2013 compiled by Education World.

Award for School

Since 2007, Education World (estb. 1999) has been commissioning perception based field studies to compile league tables of India’s most respected and admired primary and secondary schools. The objective of this elaborate annual exercise is to proclaim and track the progress of the country’s best schools-some of whom are as good as any worldwide-as role models to the entire community of educators.

The Education World India School Rankings league tables are compiled in collaboration with the well reputed Delhi based market research and opinion polls company ‘Centre for Forecasting Pvt Ltd (C Fore, estb. 2000)

The parameters on the basis of which rankings have been finalised are:

1.         Teacher welfare and development

2.         Competence of Faculty

3.         Academic Reputation

4.         Co-curricular Education

5.         Sports Education

6.         Life Skills and Conflict Management

7.         Individual attention to students

8.         Leadership/Management quality

9.         Parental Involvement

10.       Infrastructure Provision

11.       Internationalism

12.       Special Needs Education

13.       Value for Money

14.       Community Service

The publication of rankings based on robust assessment parameters is an annual exercise followed by Education World India School Rankings Awards Nite during which the best of the country’s schools are celebrated and felicitated.

 Mrs Urvashi Warman, our Principal, received the award at the Awards Nite held on Saturday,14th Sept, ’13 at The Lalit, New Delhi, beaming with pride and happiness.

We are extremely proud and happy for having attained such a remarkable feat in such a short span of time. We are extremely grateful to Princess Diya Kumari ji, our Founder, Mrs Urvashi Warman, our Principal, all the staff members, students and the parents for their continued guidance, support and trust placed in us. 

We do sincerely hope and aim to improve this ranking in the years to follow.

In the meantime kudos to The Palace School team !!!!

School Students’ Proposal For Jaipur Metro

 

DSC01472The Palace School’s pro-active social awareness program got a big boost as students of classes VI to VIII did a research on fare structure proposal for Jaipur Metro. They were represented by Aayushi Gupta and Abhinav Jain who submitted their proposal signed by some 150 students to the Chairman cum Managing Director Mr. N C Goel and other board members on 16th Aug, ’13. The proposal was for:

(i)           Charging a flat rate of Rs. 10/- irrespective of distance covered by all students in school uniform.

(ii)         Rs. 10/- for the 1st km/station and Rs 5/- thereafter for every subsequent station for all adults and commuters.

(iii)        Rechargeable card facility (top-up) be offered to avoid unnecessary queues at the metro stations. The top-up sum be unlimited for unlimited usage and time.

(iv)        Timing: 5:00 am to midnight

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