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The Inter school Painting Competition-Fresco. Dipyan Das got I prize in Pencil Drawing. Alamea and Ruchika got II Prize in Collage at RCJPS, Kakkanad

The School Performance of Academic Year 2018-19

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NCS, Kochi resonated with vivacity and verve on the occasion of the two-day workshop for teachers..

IMBIBING LEADERSHIP SKILLS TO TRAIN THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW

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Navy Children School, Kochi resonated with vivacity and verve on the occasion of the two-day workshop that was organised in the school on 30 th and 31 st May 2018. The programme was conducted by the renowned business consultant firm, Ascent Transformation Ventures, Coimbatore. The quality improvement programme focussed on “Personal Excellence by Building Effective Work – A Positive Work Culture ”.

The vibrant and ingenious resource persons Mr Raja Atmamayan, Mr Prasanth Raghavan and Mrs Srividhya led the teachers through a multitude of innovative
activities that focussed on enhancing the communication and leadership skills of the teachers, which would in turn assist them to impart these skills to their students. The
workshop was a personal journey towards excellence for everyone and would definitely pave the way towards helping the teachers to tackle the classrooms with more effectiveness and poise.

Maehal Barthwal Scaled the Pinnacle of glory with a staggering 99.2% in AISSCE-2018 Commerce Stream

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NATIONAL TOPPER AISSCE-COMMERCE-2018

Maehal Barthwal Scaled the Pinnacle of glory and fame with a staggering 99.2% in AISSCE-2018 Commerce Stream. Her hard work and and preserverance reaped rich rewards as she emerged as the National Topper with her amazing achievement. Meahal scored 496 with centum in Economics and Business Studies.

The school raked in accolades galore with 100% success in All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examinatin and All India Secondary School Examination 2018 for classes XII and X respectively.

The Controller of Personnel Services, Indian Navy and Chairman, NES visited NCS, Kochi on 18 May, 2018.

VISIT BY VAdm R Harikumar AVSM VSM

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Vice Admiral R Harikumar AVSM VSM, Controller of Personnel Services, Indian Navy and Chairman, Navy Education Society visited Navy Children School, Kochi on 18 May, 2018 as a part of his visit to all the Navy Children Schools across the country. He was accompanied by Cmde Ravi Shankar, Vice Chairman and Capt PJ Singh, Director of the school. The CPS inspected the new additions to the infrastructure and other academic facilities that have been installed to augment and improve the quality of education. He also examined TataEdge, the newly installed technology and software programme for computer aided learning and teaching.

The Principal Mrs Nellie Paul Verghese acquainted him with the history of the school as well as the infrastructure and other amenities being provided for the wards of the naval personnel. In his message, Vice Admiral expressed his approval with the impeccable infrastructure of the school. CPS also encouraged the authorities to raise the standards of academic excellence and aspire for state and national level ranks in the secondary and senior secondary examinations. It was indeed a huge motivation for the school to strive to achieve greater pinnacles of accomplishments.

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A soothing and relaxing workshop was held for the teachers by Surg Cdr A S Chauhan on Brain Plasticity. Stressing on the necessity to take care of one’s health by negating the effects of stress on body and mind, Surg Cdr Chauhan displayed certain activities that can be accommodated to daily routine. The session dealt with the ways to overcome stress and attain balance of mind and control over oneself through practicing meditation. A live meditation session was also conducted to refresh and rejuvenate the audience.

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A Talk on the topic of HIV and AIDS awareness was held at NCS Kochi by LT Surg Cdr Sonal Shekhawat, SHO for the students of classes X and XII. The aim of the HIV/AIDS Awareness Programme is to empower and increase the awareness of HIV/AIDS, its impact, management and availability of support systems. This is to encourage early testing and lifestyle changes that will thereby reduce and prevent further infection.

The new academic block of NCS Kochi was inaugurated by the Honourable Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Sunil Lanba, PVSM, AVSM, ADC

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Kochi, April 3, 2018 -- Navy Children School, Kochi, one of the leading co-educational institution in the country, run under the aegis of the Navy Education Society, had the honour of joining The Honourable Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Sunil Lanba, PVSM, AVSM, ADC along with Mrs Reena Lanba, The First Lady of The Indian Navy and President, Naval Wives Welfare Association (NWWA), in the inauguration ceremony for the new academic block and multipurpose hall.

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NCs Kochi, with its state of the art infrastructure will enable students to experience conducive learning environment, facilitating the development of their potentials. The inauguration ceremony was an opportunity for the various stakeholders to express their satisfaction, to renew their determination and their commitment to ensure high quality teaching learning conditions for wards of Navy Personnel.

Mrs. Reena Lanba, in the course of her interaction, expressed the pleasure it afforded her to participate in an auspicious event and wished the school continued prosperity in the future. Veteran teachers, instrumental in the growth of the institution in its formative years were felicitated at the occasion by The First Lady for their meritorious service.

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Vice Admiral A R Karve PVSM, AVSM, Commanding- in-Chief, Southern Naval Command and Mrs Sharmila A Karve, President, NWWA, Southern Region graced the occasion. Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni VSM, Chairman, NCS Kochi and Mrs Avanthika Nadkarni, Jagriti Coordinator, welcomed the guests of honour. Dr. Nellie Paul Verghese, Principal, NCS Kochi, in her high spirits, was articulate about the impetus that the new extension was going to give, in taking the school to global standards.

The summer camp aims to keep the students engaged in substantial and active enterprises.

SUMMER CAMP-2018

The exam fever is over and the students are back with their energy and enthusiasm. This time to the summer camp organized by NCS Kochi. The camp aims to keep the students engaged in substantial and active enterprises. With a wide range of sporting and co curricular events at their disposal, the students have an opportunity to choose their favourite sport and hone their talents at music, art or debating.

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It was a pleasant occasion for NCS K as it was visited by its Patron, Vice Admiral A R Karve PVSM, AVSM, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Southern Naval Command. The main agenda of the visit was the reviewing the unfolding infrastructural augmentation of the school. A constant support and guide, Vice Admiral Karve’s visit advanced an impetus to NCS Kochi’s persistence to provide the best for its students.

Chief of Staff, Southern Naval Command, Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni, VSM, Vice Chairman NCS Kochi and CO Venduruthy, Cmde G Prakash also appraised the progress.

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NCS Kochi was visited by Captain R K Sharma, Director of Naval Education, Navy Education Society as part of the annual monitoring of academics and administration.

Education is one of the most evolving endeavours of humanity. As the thought processes of man keeps progressing, education too undergoes transformations. Educational institutions being the temples of learning and education, witness multitudes of changes as time go by.
A regular and systematic monitoring of the activities that takes place in the school over a period of time helps to improve the quality and elevate the standards and performance levels.

NCS Kochi was visited by Captain R K Sharma, Director of Naval Education, Navy Education Society as part of the annual monitoring of academics and administration. Capt Sharma visited the junior wing of the school, the various labs, and library and observed the academic proceedings of the school. Captain P J Singh, Director, NCS Kochi and Dr. Nellie Paul Verghese, Principal accompanied him.

Aiming to raise its performance to the optimal, the day was indeed a time to review the workings of NCS over the academic year and analysis the quality of education that is being imparted in the school. The visit was indeed a felicitous opportunity for the school to elevate
itself to greater standards and measure up to the ethics and values envisioned by the Naval Education Society.

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On his maiden visit to the school, Cmde R Ravi Sankar reviewed the infrastructural augmentation and upkeep of the school.

It was an auspicious day for NCS Kochi as it was visited by the Vice Chairman, Cmde R Ravi Sankar, Command Education Officer, Southern Naval Command. On his maiden visit to the school, Cmde R Ravi Sankar reviewed the infrastructural augmentation and upkeep of the school.

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In the Kerala State Central Schools Sports Meet, organised by the Kerala State Sports Council, Raj Kumar of class VIII showcased an excellent feat, bagging the Best Athlete Award in the Under 14 category. Raj Kumar, Aadesh and Aman Kaushik from NCS Kochi got the opportunity to participate in the state level competition after claiming first three positions at the district level competition held earlier this month. The trio’s significant performance in the track events has also led to the Ernakulum District bagging the Overall Championship Award.

The two day Meet that got off to an impressive start at the Chandrasekharan Nair Stadium witnessed students of CBSE, Kendriya Vidyalaya, ICSE and Jawahar Navodaya schools vying for honours. The meet brings together participants from over 1,500 schools across Kerala and is the first such sporting jamboree in the country for the budding talents of these institutions.

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NCS Kochi echoed with patriotic fervour as it stood united with the nation to celebrate the 69th Republic Day. The celebrations commenced with the unfurling of the national flag by the Chief Guest, Captain P J Singh, Director, NCS Kochi followed by the rendition of the National Anthem. The four houses under the leadership of their respective captains decorated the program with the ceremonial march past. A spectacular cultural extravaganza, a true showstopper, echoing the history of freedom movement and the drafting of the Indian Constitution added to the festive spirit of the occasion. Enthralling dance-drama performances and melodious musicals with patriotic ardour contributed to the zeal of the day.

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Capt. P J Singh, in his address, traced the history of the nation and highlighted the nature of Indian Constitution and its historical significance. Congratulating the students for their wonderful performances, Capt P J Singh reiterated the need to accept and uphold the diversity of India and stand united to fulfil the vision of our founding fathers.

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This was also a momentous day for NCS Kochi as one of its students, Akshar P Nair of class IX was part of the NCC contingent representing Naval NCC Kerala and Lakshadweep Directorate at the Republic Day Parade at Rajpath, New Delhi. Akshar was selected as the All Kerala Best Cadet J D Navy at Kerala Police Academy, Thrissur held in October, consequently representing in the parade. Akshar will also be participating in Prime Minister’s rally to be held on 27th January.

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Tapas Rout of Class XI won accolades for NCS K when he won the Second Runners Up trophy at the Regional Neuroscience Brain Bee Competition. The competition held at IMA by the Kerala Association of Neuroscience witnessed a nail bitting finish with all the finalists entering the tie breaker round. Tapas showcased a brilliant performance thus winning the prize.

The Brain Bee is a neuroscience Q&A competition for secondary school students that aims to motivate them learn about the brain, capture their imaginations, and inspire them to pursue careers in biomedical research.

Chinmay Pathak of Class VII received the Best Journalist award with a medal in the IIMUN at Choice School

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Moving towards a new era of diplomacy and understanding, the students of NCS Kochi participated in the IIMUN, held at the Choice School, Tripunithra.

More than 350 delegates from schools and colleges across the State attended the three-day Model United Nations. Issues ranging from politics to environment were debated and deliberated on at the event.

Chinmay Pathak of Class VII received the Best Journalist award with a medal and Gario of Class IX received a Special Mention and a medal. Many other delegates from NCS K were also appreciated for their strong opinions and presentation.

The objective of the MUN is to allow the student community to experience multilateral negotiations. IIMUN or Indian International Model United Nations is an organisation based in India which conducts the simulations of United Nations and Indian parliament in different cities. They make students discuss topics of national and international interest in order to make more and more students get interested in diplomacy and working of the government.

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NCS Girls team comprising Avantika and Kajal of Class VIII won the First Position in the GYAN 2018...

In the GYAN 2018, an interschool competition for working models in Mathematics, NCS Girls team comprising Avantika and Kajal of Class VIII won the First Position. The competition conducted by Cochin Refineries School, Ambalamugal, was an excellent platform where the students showcased their Mathematical skills. The team competed against students from in and around Kochi and bagged the Ever Rolling Trophy demonstrating the special quadrilaterals using set of squares.

A colourful reception was accorded to the ship by the children waving the flags of the two nations.

It was a jubilant occasion for the students of NCS Kochi as they played host to the Naval vessel from Singapore, Republic of Singapore Navy Ship (RSS) Resolution. A colourful reception was accorded to the ship by the children waving the flags of the two nations. The vessel commanded by Lt Colonel Edmund Teh Wei Khee houses trainee naval officers of Singapore.

58 students from NCS Kochi had the fortuity to be part of this greeting, the onset of bilateral exercises to be held later this year. The students got the opportunity to interact with crew members, exchanging pleasantries and welcoming them to the Queen of Arabia, Kochi.

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NCS Kochi was visited by the Chief of Staff, Southern Naval Command and Chairman NCS, Rear Admiral R J Nadkarni, VSM. The school’s infrastructure development and excellence, a vision on the path of being accomplished, was reviewed by Rear Admiral . At NCS we believe that an appropriately planned school infrastructure is an out-and-out key factor in effective teaching and learning. School infrastructure, its design, quality and day to day management is significant in enabling school system to deliver improved education outcomes. Vice Chairman, Cmde Sandeep Chakravarthy and Director, Capt P J Singh were also present.

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NCS family gathered together to bid adieu to one of its leaders, Cmde Sandeep Chakravarthi, Command Education Officer, SNC and Vice Chairman NCS Kochi. Cmde Chakravarthi who is completing his tenure as the Vice Chairman was felicitated in a function held at Primary Assembly Hall. Principal Dr Nellie Paul Verghese recollected fond memories of working with Sir and his immense contribution in visualizing the best for NCS K. A memento and an album was gifted to Sir as a token of love and appreciation.

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The keen and talented young footballers of NCS Kochi bagged the Runners Up Trophy in the Rajagiri Cup Junior Football Tournament. Beating competitive teams from Kochi, the team reached the finals and displayed and outstanding performance in the Under 15 Inter School Soccer tournament held at Rajagiri School, Kalamassery.

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The New Year knocked with applause at NCS Kochi, with its students raking in glory in the sporting arena.

In the ERNAKULAM DISTRICT CENTRAL SCHOOLS SPORTS MEET 2018, NCS Kochi gathered 8 medals. Showcasing an excellent feat at the Maharaja’s Ground track events, Rajkumar of Class VIII was adjudged the Best Athlete in the Under 14 category among scores of athletes competing in this prestigious Meet.

As our students gear up to appear for the 12th Board exams, it's the right time to guide them with exam preparation strategies and boost hheir confidence to choose the right career ahead.

FORAGE YOUR FORTUITY

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" your positive action combined with the positive thinking result in success' - Shiv khera

Career guidance programmes develop an individual's competencies in self knowledge, educational and occupational exploration and career planning. As our students gear up to appear for the 12th Board exams, it's the right time to guide them with exam preparation strategies and boost hheir confidence to choose the right career ahead.

Dr Matilda P V, with her illustrious career graph and educational cognizance, enlightened the students with her talk on Study and Learning Habits. Ms Matilda has over three decades of experience in the department of collegiate education. Previously the HoD of Maths Dept at Maharaja's college and Vice Principal of Maharaja's college, Ernakulam, Ms Matilda encouraged the students to have a proper strategy of studying and to stay focussed to achieve their goals.

The second session entailed a detailed career guidance and study skills programme conducted by the reputed professional of Disha Learning. An Interactive session, it focussed on making the students critically analyse their potential thereby enabling them to choose a 'rewarding' career according to their calibre and interest.

Learning is fun and should be for every child. Having the right information at the right time can help students make better choice, be more motivated and strive to excel.

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