Annual Function 2003

Annual Function 2003

S. D. Jain Modern School “a prestigious school of Surat that imparts quality education and lays emphasis on moral values, Indian culture and character formation” celebrated its Annual Function on 19th October 2003, with great zeal zest. The campus and the school building looked like a fairyland in its silvery charm.
Shri. G. R. Aloria IAS, Municipal Commissioner of Surat was the Chief Guest. Chairman of the Paras Education Trust Shri Devraj ji Jain presided over the function and addressed the gathering. Eminent educationist Shri K. Juneja gave the welcome address. Principal Mr. Maxwell presented the school Annual Report, highlighting the achievements of the students.
The chief guest gave away prizes to the students for their excellent performance in academics, sports and extra curricular activities. The vote of thanks was given by Trustee Mrs. Nidhi Jain. Mr. Aloria lauded Education Trust for the excellent work done by it in the field of education that should have been done by Government. He appreciated them for establishing an institution that was a rare blend of academics, sports and co-curricular activities. He wanted other schools to take it as a model school and emulate its example.
The chief guest was happy to know that two unique projects were to be launched very soon “an exclusive sports complex” with a swimming pool, basket ball court, tennis court, skating rink and the gymnasium; an artistically designed building with latest gadgets for Pre Primary children with a multipurpose auditorium would be erected.   Mr. Aloria was delighted to know that S. D. Jain Modern School was recently bestowed with the “Vidya Ratan” award for excellence in every sphere of education and our Education Advisor Shri K. Juneja was conferred with the prestigious “Jewel of India” award for his commendable and outstanding services by International Institute of Education Management, Delhi .
The function was a kaleidoscopic presentation of the multifaceted talents of the students. The dazzling performance of the students in the items Mr. India , Village Theme, Arabian Dance, Puppet Dance, Tribal Dance, item on national integration and Skating Dance mesmerized the audience. The who’s who a gathering of over 2500 elite of the town witnessed this spectacular event. The cheers from the audience clearly showed the spell binding impression that the programme had on their mind. The total gathering was treated to a sumptuous meal.

Annual Function 2004

Annual Function 2004

” S. D. Jain Modern School ” – a prestigious school of Surat that imparts quality education and lays great emphasis on moral values, Indian culture, character formation and moulding students into good citizens, of the nation celebrated its Annual Function on 6th November 2004 , with great enthusiasm.

Chairman of the Paras Education Trust, Shri Devraj Jain was the chief guest. Eminent educationist Shri K. Juneja gave the welcome address. Principal Mr. Maxwell presented the school Annual Report, highlighting the achievements of the students. Many of the students have done remarkably well in various fields at district , state and national level. Manjari Garg of Std – X stood 2nd in Gujarat state all over India in National Science Olympiad & Palak Gupta if Std V- A stood 7th in the Gujarat state. Monica Bothra of VII – A stood 1st in Gujarat State in 3rd National Cyber Olympiad.

The chief guest gave away prizes to the students for their excellent performance in academics, sports and extra curricular activities.

The function was a colourful display of the manyfold talents of the students that mesmerized the audience. The dazzling performance of the students in the items – Tu He Asma, Fusion Dance, Indian Folk Dance, Skit on Social Issues – enthralled the audience.

A gathering of over 2000 elite of the town witnessed this spectacular event. The loud applause by the audience was clearly indicative of the indelible impression that the programme had on their minds.

Annual Function 2005

Annual Function 2005

S.D. Jain Modern School – a prestigious school of Surat that impacts quality education and lays great emphasis on moral values, Indian culture, Character formation & moulding students in to good citizens of the nation celebrated its Annual Function on 25th October 2005 with great enthusiasm 

The Police Commissioner of Surat Mr. Sudhir Sinha, I.P.S was the chief guest and the Chiarman of the Paras Education Trust , Shree Devraj Jain presided over the function. Eminent Educationist Mr. K.Juneja gave the welcome address and Principal Mr. Maxwell presented the school Annual Report highlighting the achievements of the students. The Chairman and the Chief guest gave away the prizes to the students for their excellent performances in academics, sports and extra curricular activities specially the remarkable achievement of the Xth standard students in CBSE Board, the best student award was given to Chandani Madnani. More than 20 students received scholarships for their meritorious performances.

 The Chief guest praised the Annual function and said that Surat city is fortunate to have such a wonderful education center as a role model. He also advised all the schools to have one period in a week to educate the students on the subject of traffic awareness which is very important to preserve the life’s of youngsters.

 The other highlights of the programme are : Ashoka house has been declared as the cock house which has excelled in Academics, Co-Curricular in comparison to other houses. Subhash house has been declared winners in sports which stood second to Ashoka house.

 Mrs. Nidhi Jain – Trustee addressed the gathering in which she applauded the school, teachers and students for their undulating hard work & efforts. The programme was very well compered by Mrs. Pushpy Kalawat.

 An artistic designed building with latest gadgets for pre-primary children with a multipurpose auditorium is erected. This school is rare blend of academics, sports and co-curricular activities.

 “Let us all meet to bridge the generation gap” is the central theme of dazzling colourful and multi faceted cultural programme. The extra ordinary performance of the students in the item Vande Matarm, Daddy cool, Bhagra, Rajasthani fair, Cowboys, English skit – The Lost Son and Kahani Ghar Ghar ki, S. D.Jain Pariwar enthralled the audience was clearly indicative of the indelible impression that the programme had ob their minds.

The function was kaleidoscopic presentation of the creative talents of students. A gathering of over 4000 elite of the town witnessed this spectacular event and was treated to a sumptuous dinner.

Annual Function 2006

Annual Function 2006

S. D. Jain Modern School – a prestigious school of Surat that imparts quality education and lays great emphasis on moral values, Indian culture, Character building & moulding students into good citizens of the nation celebrated its 6th Annual Day Programme on 17th October 2006 with great enthusiasm.

Honourable Dr. Rameshchandra G. Kothari, Vice Chancellor VNSGU, Surat graced the function as the Chief Guest and Shri Kailash Jain, Secretary of the Paras Education Trust presided over the function. Eminent Educationist Mr. K. Juneja gave the welcome address and Principal Mr. Jay Kumar Singh presented the School Annual Report highlighting the achievements of the outstanding students.

Being highly impressed, Dr kothari whole heartedly praised the management and the Child-Centered Curriculum being practised at S. D. Jain Modern School. He stated in his speech that S. D. Jain Modern School has set an example for other educational institutions in making education Stress free and Activity-based which is an inevitable requirement for the day.

 Dr. Kothari and Mr. Kailash Jain handed over the prizes to the glorious achievers of the school in academics, games and sports and co-curricular activities. Scholarships were awarded to large number of students for their outstanding performance. Pooja Punjabi who a meritorious student of the school was declared the Best Student of the year, Ali Abbas who topped the West Zone Region with 99 marks in Social Science and six other students who top the merit (90% and above in X Boards) were awarded cheques of Rs 12,000/- as scholarship by the management. Students who scored 85-90% overall were awarded scholarships of Rs. 6000/- and first rankers from classes VI-IX were given scholarship of Rs 8280/-.

Scholarship of more than Rs One Lakh thirty five thousand was thus imparted to the meritorious students of S.D. Jain Modern School and a fee concession of more than Rs One Lakh was given to the students in need.

Pavit Singh Mathroo who stood second in Gujarat State Roller Skating Competition, Surbhi Gunecha won three silver medals in CBSE West Zone Roller Skating Competition, Sanchita Gupta won Championship Trophy and Three Gold Medals in the Gujarat State Roller Skating Competition, Baroda and Neelkanth Garg participating for Italy Invitational Competition were honoured for bringing pride to the school.

Inter house champion shield was awarded to the best house of the year. Shields were handed to Active students and all rounders too. Under Interhouse Academics and Activities, Subhash House won the Shield Ist Position in Academics, Tagore House for Ist position in Co-curricular Activities and Sports. The prestigious title of Cock House was awarded to the Tagore House

The programme was inaugurated with the presentation of Instrumental Music (Orchestra) followed by a melodious Welcome Song and Stuti Vandana comprising classical dance.

The twinkling stars of S. D. Planets gave a Wake up Call and enlivened the audience through Jago Jago and Dauda Bhagasa. The child who is the pivot of the family has somewhere been lost today in the mad race of competitions and stressful timetable. The same sentiments were depicted in the dance Apni Toh Pathshala and Jine Do. Their playfulness, dream world and funtime poured out through Tarzan Jane, Akdam Bakdam and Rangila.

‘Around the World’ the central theme was woven in the multi-dimensional cultural programme that gave an entertaining ride to the audience. The spellbound spectators applauded items like Hey Ram showcasing patriotic fervor and contortions of Yoga attracted their attention. Skits like ever lovable ‘Sleeping Beauty’ and ‘Krishna’ were savoured by everyone. The audience rocked with the authentic western dances like Salsa and Rock ’n’ Roll to which spice was added by graceful Arabian Dance-Thobenashal. The flavour of northern folk throbbed the hearts of all by the feet-tapping Bhangra of Punjab and Natti Dance of Himachal Pradesh.

Trustee, Mrs. Minu Agarwal has shared great credit for taking keen interest in overall coordination of the Annual Day Programme be it the creative performances on stage, technical presentations or costumes. She applauded the success of the school, staff and students for their undulating hard work & efforts.

The function was a kaleidoscopic presentation of the creative talents of students. A gathering of over 5000 elites of the town witnessed this spectacular event and was treated to a sumptuous dinner.

The loud applause by the audience again and again was clearly indicative of the indelible impression that the Annual Day Programme had on their minds. The stage and school decoration were indicative of the onset of Diwali Celebrations. The premises of S. D. Jain Modern School brimmed with the elites crowd of Surat.

Annual Function 2007

Annual Function 2007

Honourable Shri RMS Brar IPS, Additional Director of Police and Police Commissioner Surat City, Shri Kailash Jain Chairman, Paras Educational Trust, members board of governors, Educational Advisor, Shri K Juneja, guests, parents teachers and my dear students

 

It is a privilege and an honour for me to present to you the annual school report for the academic year 2006-07. The year will go down as a landmark in the annals of the school history as the year when the first batch of students of class twelve took their CBSE Board Exams.

 

It is with great pride that I state, the very first batch that took the board exam has carved a name for itself in golden letters by achieving a result that personally I have not witnessed in the history of any school, in such a short span of time, since its inception, in my long tenure in the education field. My congratulations to all you dear students, some who are present here and others who could not make it.

 

A brief glimpse of the results will make all of you aware of their achievement and the high standards they have set not only for this school but for other CBSE schools in Surat to emulate.

 

28 students appeared in the Science Stream with 100% results

Pooja Punjabi topped with 93.8% (the highest in Surat District)

4 students secured 90% and above they are Pooja Punjabi 93.8%, Chandni Madnani 91.6% Jil Seth 91% and Ankur Shah   90%

13 students secured between 80%- 89%

7 students secured between 70% -79

Ankur Jain scored 99/100 in maths

Jil Seth scored 99/100 in Chemistry and

Pooja Punjabi scored 95/100 in Physics

 

16 students appeared in the Commerce Stream

Amit Chopra topped with 94.6 (the highest in Gujarat)

4 students secured 90% and above namely Amit Chopra 94.6%,Riddhi Jain 92.8%,Pooja Jaisansariya 92.6% and Nakul Golcha 92%.

12 students secured between 75% and 89%

The lowest achiever scoring 75.4%

 

It is with pride and honour I state that from S D Jain Modern School Amit Chopra from Commerce and Jil Seth from Science have been awarded merit certificates by the CBSE Board for their outstanding performance in the 12th Board Exam.

 

It is with even greater pride that I state that Amit Chopra has been awarded the ‘Dhirubhai Ambani Undergraduate Scholarship’ awarded by Dhirubhai Ambani Foundation, for his excellent performance in the board exam.

 

To prove the school motto true which states ‘Excellence in Education’ 80% of the 1st. batch of class 12 students both Science and Commerce Stream have secured admission for themselves in reputed Medical/ Engineering Colleges and Management Courses. A feather in the cap of the school.

 

All the students who appeared in the tenth class board exam came out with flying colours.

All 52 secured first divisions

Ashish Ranjan topped by securing 95.8% (1st. in the District)

13 students secured above 90%

39 students secured between 75%-89%

Shikhar Paliwal scored 100/100 in Maths

Ashish Ranjan scored 99 and 98 /100 in Social Studies and Science respectively.

 

Ashish Sachdeva and Shikar Paliwal have been awarded Certificates of Merit by the CBSE Board being placed in the top 0.1% of the board’s top outstanding performers in 10th Board Exam.

 

To motivate and encourage students to give out their best the Chairman has sanctioned Rs1.75lacs as scholarships to outstanding students for their excellent performance in academics. The proud recipients of the scholarship are:

Best student 12th Board Exam (Sc.) Pooja Punjabi / 93.8%

Rs. 12000

Best student 12th Board Exam (Com.) Amit Ccopra

Rs. 12000/ 94.6

Topper of 11th Science                      Mohit Kedia and

Topper of 11th Commerce                Ashish Baid Rs. 7200/- each.

 

Toppers above 90% in 10th Board exams Ashish Sachdeva,Mrigank Sinha, Ankita Saraf,Aditi Mittal, Sinduri Chini, Ayush Chawla, Nikeeta Sharma, Mayuri Jain, Kripa Agarwal and Mehul Garg Rs. 7200/- each.

 

Toppers in classes 6,7,8 and 9 Megha Agarwal,Aishwarya Garg, Arpit Modi and Gajanand Agarwal Rs. 6000/- respectively

 

Achieving such results is in no way a mean feat. The credit goes to the Education Advisor, Shri K Juneja, the backbone of S D Jain Modern School. Mr. Juneja has been conferred with the following awards ‘Jewel of India’ in 2002, ‘Indira Gandhi Award’2005 and ‘Rajiv Gandhi Award’2006 awarded by the International Institute of Education and Management for his outstanding contribution in the field of education, members of the staff, parents and last but not the least the students themselves.

 

It only proves one thing, nothing is impossible if one is prepared to put in hard work with dedication, and that’s what exactly the teachers and students do at school to achieve such results and will continue to do so in the future. Congratulations to all involved continue to strive to do better.

 

I am certain that with the kind of infrastructure at school mingled with dedicated teachers and sincere and hard working students the standard and goals for both school and students will have to be raised every year to maintain its place as one of the leading educational institutes in Gujarat Region

 

Computer literate and IT are the latest buzz words. As we are well aware that computers education is the need of the hour and to stay abreast with the latest we have in school four well equipped computer labs. It is with pride that I say we have over 100 latest Pentium 4 based computers in school along with the latest software.

The school has engaged the services of professionals in Maths, Physics and Chemistry who comes to teach students of classes twelve and eleven and prepare them for AIEEE. The school has also engaged the services of a professor of a university to teach students of class twelve Computers.

 

I on behalf of the students take this opportunity to thank the management and especially the Education Advisor Mr. K Juneja who has been instrumental in getting these professionals for the benefit of the students ( unfortunately the students are not availing the maximum benefit by abstaining from classes) at no cost to the students as the school is footing the payment. The school is leaving no stone unturned to help the students in every way possible. Now it’s up to the students and parents to take maximum advantage.

 

The library, the heart of a school is being utilized well by students of every class. With every year close to a thousand books being added it is a place where students could find anything they want. It is here that I want to highlight to parents to encourage your child to read, instead of having a lavish birthday party buy them books and encourage them to read instead of spending too much time in front of the TV and computer.

 

As the saying goes, ‘there are two sides to every coin’ all of you have just heard me read my report pertaining to academics. Well, now the other side, games and co- curricular activities which are an integral part of the curriculum and which leads to the all round development of a child

Skating:

Sanchita Gupta : won gold in the Skating Competition organized by the School Games Federation of India.

She won silver at the State Skating Championship and is selected to represent Gujarat State at the National Skating Championship in November.

Recently she was facilitated by the Education Minister of Gujarat for her outstanding performance last year and was awarded a cheque of Rs. 50,000/ along with a gold medal given by the Sports Authority of Gujarat.

 

The following students also bought laurels to the school by winning Silver and Bronze medals at the Skating Competition organized by the School Games Federation of India and have been selected to represent Gujarat State at the Nationals.

Aayush Baid   Bhatia Nandwani, Ankit Sony and Vaughan Jain

Aerobics:

Aayush Roongta and Anushka Mehta won Gold Medals and Anupreksha Jain won a silver medal and a shield at the Inter –school aerobic competition.

Yoga:

Manan Pachchigar did the school proud by winning the gold medal at the Surat District Yoga Championship( under 10)He has been selected for the State Championship.

 

Swimming:

Devesh Parel has been selected to represent the state in swimming

 

Gymnastics:

Mayank Kavdia has been selected to represent Surat District at the state meet in gymnastics.

 

Art and Craft:

The following students did the school proud by winning first, second and third places in various art competitions including State Competitions:

Aditi Mittal,Nikhar Parekh, Callista Juneja,Kishan Davda, Dishank Hundia, Stavan Jariwala, Pooja Chandak, Kriti Roongta, Ayush Bhootra, and Muskan Bansal

True to our Indian culture and tradition our students participated in the Bhagvad Geeta chanting inter-school competition in which five of our students got selected.

140 students took part in the ‘Bhartiya Sanskriti Gyan Pariksha’ introduced by ‘Akhil Vishva Gayatri Parivar’ Shantikunj Haridvar where the first, second and third positions were won by our students.

In this fast changing result oriented world where less importance is being paid to values, the rich tradition of our motherland, we at S D Jain Modern School provide an ethos that has evolved combining in itself a happy blend of tradition, cherished values and importantly the needs of the present times, bringing into focus the emergence of a confident SD Jain school product ready to take his/her place in the sun.

The great heights that the school has scaled in such a short span of its existence would not have been possible without the support and unstinted cooperation given by the chairman, the members of the board, Mr. K Juneja, Director cum Education Advisor, the backbone of the school since its inception for his constant and untiring support, guidance and cooperation. The staff, the hidden cogs in the wheel without whose support the school would not have achieved what it has.

At the end we seek God’s blessings and ask for courage and strength so that we as a team may lead the school to dazzling heights with every passing year and try to fulfill the dreams of our founders.

On behalf of the S D Jain Modern School fraternity I take this opportunity to wish one and all ‘A Very Happy Diwali and a Prosperous New Year’. May the festival of lights spread light in your lives with peace, joy and happiness.

 

Thank You

Annual Function 2008

Annual Function 2008

Honourable Shri K P Singh, IRS, Chief Commissioner Income Tax, Surat, Shri Kailash Jain Chairman, Paras Educational Trust, members of the board of governors, Director-cum-Educational Advisor, Shri K Juneja, worthy guests, parents, teachers and my dear students .

It is again with pride that I stand here to present the Annual School Report for the academic year 2007-08.

 

ACADEMICS:

 

Saket Chug topped the Science stream. 10 students scored more than 85% 8 students scored distinction marks. The average distinction per student being almost 4 out of   maximum 5

In the Commerce Stream 29 students took the exams Mohit Wadhwani topped with 91.40. 23 students scored more than distinction marks. Only one student got 71% the total number of distinctions being 117 the average distinction per student being 4.03 out of maximum 5

Holding the school banner high and living up to its motto “Excellence in Education” 90% of the students secured admission for themselves in reputed Engineering and Medical Colleges as well as CA and Management Courses.

70 students took the “All India Secondary School Certificate Examination” class X All 70 came out with flying colours with a 100% pass result Gajanand Agarwal topped with 94.60% He scored 100 out of 100 in Math and 100 out of 100 in Science 10% of the students scored above 90%. 90% of the students scored more than distinction marks. The total number of distinctions being 299 the average distinction per student being 4.5 out of maximum 5 the other student to excel was Meet Shah who scored 100 out of 100 in Math.

 

Three students namely Shruti Agarwal XII Commerce, Gajanand Agarwal and Meet Agarwal class X were awarded Merit Certificates by the CBSE for their outstanding performance in the board exams.

The following students were awarded scholarships by the management for their outstanding performance in academics:

 

 

XII Science Saket Chug 10,000/-
XII Commerce Mohit   Wadhwani 10,000/-
XI Science Ashish Sachdeva 7,200/-
XI Commerce Shristi Banthia 7,200/-
X For scoring more than 90% in the

Board Exams

Gajanand Agarwal, Ambika Monga, Tanu Jain

Arpita Mathur, Deepa Agarwal and Aditi Mathur

7200/- each
IX Shreya Mittal 6000/-
VIII Aishwarya Garg 6000/-
VII Ritika Sharma 6000/-
VI Shivangi Kedia 6000/-

 

In the 10th National Science Olympiad 2007,12 students cleared the second level Exam of these 6 students namely Akansha Saini, Kisley Bhagat,Shirish Garg, Arpit Modi, Akshita Narang and Ali Abbas Manager were placed among the top 500 students in the country besides receiving Gold Medals they were also awarded cash prizes by the National Science Olympiad Foundation.

 

The credit of guiding the school to achieve excellent results goes firstly to Shri K Juneja, Director-cum Educational Advisor, and it is here that I state with pride that Shri Juneja will be honoured with the “Best Educationist Award” and the ‘Ratna Educational Award” by Two different National Organization in Delhi in November 2008. Congratulations Sir!, to my ever cooperative and helpful staff who are like spokes in a wheel in the functioning of school, to parents, who spend more sleepless nights than their wards who take the board exams, and last but not the least students themselves who are constantly goaded on to do better.

 

Our budding artists and craftsmen did very well in a number of competitions they participated in winning the first and second prizes with Rushab Gandhi, Dishank Hundia, Kriti Agrawal, Shakshi Chindaliya, Sarthak Shah and Callista Juneja making the school proud.

 

Akshita Aggarwal scored 92% (the highest) at the Gayatri Manch Cultural Questionnaire. At the Aggarwal Samaj Vision 2020 Tanya Verma bagged the second prize and Ankita Saraf the third in Elocution and Essay Writing competitions respectively. Students also took part in Chinmay Trust Shloka Competition

 

It is with great pride that I state that Dishank Rajesh Hundia a student of class 7 was selected for a dance competition (Little Champs)sponsored by Zee T V for a world tour. At present he is in Canada performing in Vancouver and Toronto. Our best wishes are with him. I think he deserves a round of applause.

 

Skating:

In skating it was once again Vishwa Jinwala, a class 3 student who did well in the District Open Speed Skating Championship where in Road Race 1 she won the Silver Medal, and in Road Race 2 a Bronze Medal .She also won a Bronze Medal at the All Gujarat Roller Skating Championship. Well done Vishwa. Continue doing better.

In the Inter School Skating Championship the following students brought laurels to the school:

In the boys under 19 Quad category, Vaibhav Jain won the Gold

In the boys under 17 Line category, Yash Ayyar won the Gold

In the girls under 17 Quad category, Sakshi Baid won the Bronze

In the girls under 19 Quad category, Richa Narang won the Gold

In the girls under 17 Line category, Sanchi Agarwal won the Bronze

 

Yoga

At the State Level Yoga Championship the under mentioned students excelled:

In the Pyramid Yoga Manan Pachchigar won the Gold and Janvi Gupta, Yashvi Vanani and Madhuri Jain won Bronze Medals.

In the Artistic Yoga Competition Janvi Gupta and Yashvi Vanani won Bronze Medals

 

AERIBICS

Students did exceptionally well in aerobics during the year. At the 9TH ISKKA Grand Inter-school Karate and Aerobics Championship2008 the following students excelled Nandani Murarka, Vanshika Agarwal,Payal Gandhi, Mahek Agarwal,Pooja Mehta, Aayush Rungta, Tanishka Juneja and Rakhi Choudhary all winning Individual Gold Medals. Akshada Doe, Kavita Chinaiwala and Pooja Chandak won Gold Medals in the team event.27 schools participated and S D Jain School was declared the Champion.

 

GYMNASTICS

At the District Level Gymnastic Competition Mayank Kawdia of class 8 secured the second place and has been selected to represent the district at the State Level.

 

Taek Won Do

At the 18th Junior and Senior State Taek Won Do Championship Rishab Agarwal of class 8 won a Bronze Medal.

 

The enormous height that the school has climbed to would not have been possible without the full hearted corporation and support rendered by the chairman, members of the board, director cum educational advisor for his constant support, guidance and corporation and my staff the unsung heroes who battle hard on the battle field of life to produce good and worthy citizens.

 

In the end we ask for God’s blessings, courage and strength so that we (school, parents and students) as a team may lead the school to astounding heights with the passing of every year and try to accomplish our founders dreams of making S D Jain school a leading school in the country.

 

On behalf of the S D Jain family I take this opportunity to wish all present here “A Very Happy Diwali and a Prosperous New Year”. May the festival of lights spread light in your lives with peace, joy and happiness?

 

Thank you!

Annual Function 2009

Annual Function 2009

More than 5000 parents and elite of the town,from all corners of the city, thronged to S D Jain Modern School just as nails are attracted to a magnet on 9th. October 2009 where a pageant of cultural programme based on ‘Nav Ras’ the school’s successful and glorious completion of ten years. The colourful evening started with the lighting of the Lamp by the distinguished Chief Guest Shri Sarad Kumar Saraf, Chairman Federation of Indian Export Organisation, set up by Ministry of Commerce, Govt of India, Shri Kailash Jain, Chairman, Paras Education Trust, Presided over the function.

Man’s life is the manifestation of different emotions with the passage of time and situation. Different emotions occur in human life. Keeping this in view student of S.D.Jain Modern School presented varieties of splendid programmes. The gala evening started with Ganesh Vandana representing Bhakti Ras.The meritorious and talented students who excelled not only in the field of academics but also curricular and co-curricular activities, keeping the school tradition aloft, were awarded certificates, shields and cash prizes above Rs. 3 lacs by the honourable Chief Guest. In addition to that over 500 medals and certificates were given out 2 days prior to the Annual Day.

12th Commerce topper of Surat 2009 Shristi Banthia was awarded Rs.12000 and Kena Patel of XII science was awarded Rs. 10,000/- for their marvelous and stupendous performance. For centum in Maths Ashish Sachdeva and Mitali Jain were also awarded Rs.5000 each. Altogether 24 students of class XII were proud winners of scholarships.

Sonal Bhutra and Kirti Rastogi were awarded with Rs.9600 for their outstanding performance in the 10th Board exam 2009. And 27 other students scoring above 90% were also awarded Rs.7200 each.

 

Besides, every class topper was awarded Rs.6000 each for their stupendous performance in academics. In addition to that the emerging youngest poet Sakshi Chindaliya was highly appreciated and encouraged by the school Management and also by the Honourable Chief Minister of Gujarat on the publication of her first collection of poems.. Many other prodigies in curricular and Co – curricular fields were also felicitated. In Skating 5 students have been selected to represent the state whereas 2 students have been selected to represent West Zone at the CBSE National Games. In Yoga and Athletics 4 and 5 students respectively have been selected to represent the district at the state level.

 

Shubhash House lifted both covetous trophies, the Late Shri DevrajJi Jain Trophy for excellence in academics and Shri Kailash Chandra Jain Trophy for Co-curricular performance. Ashoka House bagged the Late Shri Raghuvir Singh Jain Trophy for sports and games. Where as the most prestigious Late Shrimati Sharbati Devi Trophy- the Cock House Trophy was lifted by Subhash House.

Appreciating the glorious achievement of S.D. Jain Modern School, honorable Chief Guest Shri S.K.Saraf spoke at length on the soul and role of education in contemporary scenario and stated the cultural programme he witnessed could be compared to the programmes of the best Public schools in the country.In his welcome speech to the Chief Guest ,Shri K.Juneja Director Cum Education Advisor insisted on the importance of modern education in the progressive world and assured to remain dedicated for providing quality and holistic education in times to come. The principal Mr. Lee apprised the distinguished guests and parents about the outstanding, eventful history and progressive development of the school and highlighted the integration of academic excellence and professional learning.

As all good things must come to an end, so did the colourful evening with the National Anthem, leaving the parents asking for more.

Annual Function 2010

Annual Function 2010

The 11th Annual Function of S D Jain Modern School was celebrated with great pomp and show on the 30th of October 2010.The ‘Pandaal’ was digitally decked. The campus was vibrating with the august presence of the Chief Guest, the Chief Commissioner of Income-Tax, Surat, Shri Jaswant Singh,I R S, and other dignitaries and grand personalities along with parents and other guests. The sprawling campus was jam-packed with more than six thousand spectators from different corners of the city.

The Chief Guest was welcomed by the Chairman Shri Kailash Jain, the Education Advisor Shri K. Juneja and Principal Shri Lee and other officials. The “Cock and Bulbul” escorted them to the Pandaal on the tune of band and where they were given standing ovation. The Programme started with the evocation of Lord Ganesha. The thought provoking function was based on Indian values, ethics and ideals. Each and every one was inspired and elated by the variety show of the cultural evening programme. The programme rolled out, etching a deep impression on the intellectual gathering. However ‘Spils Villa’, emulating and honouring the physically challenged people left the audience rapt but stimulated. On the other hand the mockery of the political system prevailing in the past- “Andher Nagari Chaupat Raja” doubled them up. “Hamare Adhuri Kahani” sensitized and gained sympathy to the blind, deprived of the most valuable gift of nature.”Tare Aasaman Ke” revealed child labour as a curse to society. The focus was on the message that human values cannot be forced or imposed by stringent laws it needs awareness drive and understanding. The “Headless Dance” left an indelible impression on the use of modern science and technology. Whereas “The Grand Finale” staged by students, right from class III to class XII, fused the important values of society into a single thread through dance. The audience was wonderstruck by the professional-like performance by the talented young budding artists. The ceaseless hilarity and continuous applaud had never been experienced before.

Extending his sincere wish and blessings the Chief Guest encouraged the meritorious students by distributing school cash scholarship awards, gold, silver and bronze medals and certificates. Among all glitters Miss Aishwarya Garg shone the brightest as she has topped in class X board examination in the entire Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Goa and Daman states. The other feather in her cap is that she has been conferred with most covetous, Dhiru Bhai Ambani Award. She received Rs 10000.00 cash award, shield and medals for scoring 99.96 %.The other shining stars Tanya Verma And Ila Gorawat were awarded Rs 8000.00 for scoring 98% in the tenth board exam. Aishwarya Garg, Tanya Verma and Ila Ghorawat were also bestowed with Amul Vidya Bhushan Award. Monika Rathi and Sneha Poddar of class XII, Commerce stream were also awarded scholarship of Rs 8000.00 each besides trophy and medals for bracketed first in entire Surat district. Sneha Poddar was admired and honoured for standing 10th in C A, C P T Exam all India Level. While Siddhant Mehta received scholarship of Rs 6000.00 for being first in class XII. More than 350 students were awarded gold, silver & certificates by the Chairman couple of days before the Annual function. x He congratulated the Education Advisor, Shri Juneja for producing excellent results in academics and extra curricular activities and appreciated the ‘most excellent’ cultural evening, the credit for which goes to Trustee Smt. Usha Jain, presented by students of the most exceptional school in Gujarat He wished that other schools should take in the inspiration from S D Jain School that inculcates balanced personality among students.

The Chairman of the school Shri Kailash Jain motivated students and staff by asserting that the programme was indeed reflection of the ever changing society and the school is really amalgamation of the modern and advancing society that evolves from values and morality.

Principal Mr Lee described meticulously the school activities of the year in his Annual Report.

Trustee, Mr Rahul Jain profusely thanked the Chief Guest, dignitaries, parents, teachers, menial staff and those who have given their unstinted support to make the programme a grand success.

After the programme, the mood of Diwali was set by sumptuous dinner to staff and their family along with elite of the city & they were also offered Diwali Gifts

Annual Function 2011

Annual Function 2011

The 12th Annual Function of S D Jain Modern School was celebrated with great pomp and show on the 22nd of October 2011.The ‘Pandaal’ was digitally decked. The campus was vibrating with the august presence of the Chief Guest, the Commissioner of Police, Surat, Shri Rakesh Asthaana,I P S, and other dignitaries and grand personalities along with parents and other guests. The sprawling campus was jam-packed with more than six thousand spectators from different corners of the city.

The Chief Guest was warmly escorted to the tune of band up to the Pandaal by the Chairman, Paras Education Trust Shri Kailash Jain, the Director-cum-Education Advisor Shri K. Juneja and Principal Shri Lee and other officials. The chief Guest was welcomed by giving a round of applause and a standing ovation. The Programme started with the evocation of Lord Ganesha. The thought provoking function was based on Indian tradition and values, ethics and ideals all the way through dance and drama. Each and every one was inspired and elated by the variety show of the cultural evening programme. The programme rolled out, etching a deep impression on the intellectual gathering. However ‘Chinese Girls’ and ‘Egyptian Dance’ emulating and honouring the international culture  left the audience rapt and stimulated by the deep rooted universal brotherhood. On the other hand traditional dance of western India, “Garba” sensitized the gathering and pervaded the religious fervour. Whereas the belief of impalpable but overflowing love of mother was once again strengthened through the English skit “The Mother” -a revival of Gorky’s immortal mother and Nargish’ Mother India. The focus was on the message that human values cannot be forced or imposed by stringent laws it needs awareness drive and understanding. The “Shadow Dance” left an indelible impression on the use of modern science and technology. Whereas “The Grand Finale” staged by students, right from class III to class XII, fused the important values of society into a single thread through dance. The audience was wonderstruck by the professional-like performance by the talented young budding artists. The ceaseless hilarity and continuous applaud had never been experienced before.

Extending his sincere wishes and blessings the Chief Guest encouraged the meritorious students by distributing scholarships amounting to lacs of rupees on trophies, gold, silver and bronze medals and certificates. More than 400 students were awarded gold, silver & certificates. He congratulated the Education Advisor, Shri Juneja for producing excellent results in academics and extracurricular activities and also appreciated the effort of the Trustee Smt Usha Jain for the ‘most excellent’ cultural evening. He wished that other schools should take inspiration from S D Jain Modern School that inculcates balanced personality among students.

The Chairman of the school Shri Kailash Jain motivated students and staff by asserting that the programme was indeed reflection of the ever changing society and the school is really amalgamation of the modern and advancing society that evolves from values and morality.

Principal Mr Lee described meticulously the school activities of the year in his Annual Report.

Trustee, Mr Rahul Jain profusely thanked the Chief Guest, dignitaries, parents, teachers, menial staff and those who have given their unstinted support to make the programme a grand success.

After the programme, the mood of Diwali was set by sumptuous dinner to staff and their family along with elite of the city.

Annual Function 2012

Annual Function 2012

The 12th Annual Function of S D Jain Modern School was celebrated with great pomp and show on 9th of November 2012.The ‘Pandaal’ was digitally decked. The campus was vibrating with the august presence of the Chief Guest, Dr. Dakshesh Thakar, Vice Chancellor, Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, Surat and other dignitaries and grand personalities along with parents and other guests. The sprawling campus was jam-packed with more than six thousand spectators from different corners of the city.

The Chief Guest was welcomed by the Chairman Shri Kailash Jain, the Education Advisor Shri K. Juneja and Principal Shri Lee and other officials. The Programme started with the evocation of Lord Ganesha. The thought provoking function was based on Indian values, ethics and ideals. Each and every one was inspired and elated by the variety show of the cultural evening programme. The programme rolled out, etching a deep impression on the intellectual gathering. However ‘Grand Finale’, emulating and honouring the physically challenged people left the audience rapt but stimulated. On the other hand, the marvelous programme sensitized and gained sympathy to the blind, deprived of the most valuable gift of nature. The focus was on the message that human values cannot be forced or imposed by stringent laws it needs awareness drive and understanding. The “Chair Dance” left an indelible impression on the use of modern science and technology. Whereas “Telagu Folk” fused the important values of society into a single thread through dance. The audience was wonderstruck by the professional-like performance by the talented young budding artists. The ceaseless hilarity and continuous applaud had never been experienced before.

Extending his sincere wish and blessings the Chief Guest encouraged the meritorious students by distributing school cash scholarship awards, amounting to lacs of rupees, in addition to gold medals trophies and certificates. Among all glitters Miss Richa Agrawal, Himansu Agrawal and Aishwarya Garg shone the brightest as they have notched 1st, 2nd and 3rd position respectively in class XII, CBSE, Commerce stream in Gujarat and in the top excellent merit list in CBSE. The other feather in their cap is that they have been conferred with most covetous, Dhiru Bhai Ambani Award, besides the school cash award. The Chief Guest also asserted that everyone has “Pratima” but S D Jain has “Pratibha”. More than 350 students were awarded gold and silver medals besides trophies and certificates by the Chairman a week before the Annual function.

School shields and trophies were awarded in curricular and co- curricular areas. Chairman Shield was notched by Subhash House. Whereas Ashoka House bagged Late Shri Raghuveer Singh Jain Shield and Trophy for excellent performance in sports and games. Shivaji House bagged Late Shrimati Sharbati Devi shield and trophy was awarded for the best cultural activities. Subhash house bagged late Shri Devrajji Jain trophy for stupendous overall performance. He congratulated the Education Advisor, Shri Juneja for producing excellent results in academics and extracurricular activities and appreciated the ‘most excellent’ cultural evening, the credit for which goes to Trustee Smt. Usha Jain, presented by students of the most exceptional school in Gujarat He wished that other schools should take in the inspiration from S D Jain School that inculcates balanced personality among students.

The Chairman of the school Shri Kailash Jain motivated students and staff by asserting that the programme was indeed reflection of the ever changing society and the school is really amalgamation of the modern and advancing society that evolves from values and morality.

Principal Mr Lee and the prefectorial body described meticulously the school activities of the year in his Annual Report.

Trustee, Mr Rahul Jain profusely thanked the Chief Guest, dignitaries, parents, teachers, menial staff and those who have given their unstinted support to make the programme a grand success.

After the programme, the mood of Diwali was set by sumptuous dinner to staff and their family along with elite of the city & they were also offered Diwali Gifts.

Annual Function 2015

Annual Function 2015

The Annual Function 2015 of SDJain School was celebrated with great
pomp and show at SDJ Sports Academy, Vesu on the 7th November . The programme started on a stage not seen by the Surat audience before 80 ft by 40 ft. in a splendid ambience created by bright inviting lights and music in lush orchestral arrangements intend to provide a relaxing , soothing and lively atmosphere .  The mood of the audience of around 10000 spurred on with the arrival of the Chief Guest, Dr. Rajendra Kumar IAS , Collector & District Magistrate and CEO of SUDA. The Chairman, the Managing Trustee and the Director of the school flanked the chief guest onto the stage.
The function started with the lighting of the lamp by the honourable
Chief Guest and the Chairman. After seeking blessings from Lord Ganesh, the cultural programme followed. The events like Charlie Chaplin, Salsa, Hip-hop and Grand Finale captivated the audience who could not stop applauding. The central attraction was portrayal of humour, cultural confluence and ecological balance in popular dance form. Later the prizes and awards were distributed to Felicitate the achievers by the chief guest and the chairman . The school management distributed cash prize and scholarship  of more than 5 lakhs to motivate students to set new benchmarks for themselves, and to spur on their peers to aim for similar heights.
The Chief Guest had all appreciation for their attainment of excellence in academic and co-curricular spheres of the school through their
dedicated efforts and perseverance. He asserted that other schools
should take a message from SD Jain Modern School and try to achieve high standards by emulating their greatness.