Teachers of Vidyalaya chanted Vishnu Sahasranama Stotram on the Purattasi Saturdays in the school.
As a part of Swacchta Pakhwada, a nationwide cleanliness initiative, students designed covid protection awareness messages to create awareness to the students community and the society on 2nd September 2021.
MahaAradhana Day was observed with the theme “Chinmaya Yugapurushaya Namaha - Salutations to the sage of all ages”. Kindergarten children participated in the paduka decoration event. A show and tell event was conducted for classes 1 and 2 in which they explained the various traditions followed. Students of classes 3rd and 4th designed deities with leaves and flowers. Students of 5th and 6th explained why certain leaves/flowers are used or left during the worship of some deities. Students from 7th and 8th had a photo/video making event in which they were encouraged to showcase special artifacts they possess that were handed over to them over generations. 9th and 10th children presented a collage of their talents in a video as a samarpanam to their gurus and Gurudev.
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You have to dream before your dreams can come true.
- Bharat Ratna Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam
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இவ்விழா, பெருந்தலைவர் காமராசரின் பிறந்த நாளை முன்னிட்டு, அவரின் கல்விப்பணிகள், கல்வியின் முக்கியத்து,கல்வியின்பால் அவர் கொண்ட பற்று போன்ற இன்ன பிறவற்றை மாணவர்களுக்கு எடுத்துக் கூறும் வகையில் சொற்பொழிவுகள்,பாடல், கதை நிகழ்வுகள், கலந்துரையாடல்,ஓவியம் போன்ற பல நிகழ்வுகள் மாணவர்களால் நடத்தப்பட்டன..
இதன்மூலம் கல்வியின் முக்கியத்துவம் தலைமைப் பண்பு,எளிமை,நேர்மை,உழைப்பு போன்ற இன்ன பிற அறிந்து கொண்டனர்
Celebrations began with our school prayer which was followed by Gurudev's video. Then Gurudev's Ashtotaranamavali was chanted and students offered flowers with great reverence to Gurudev's photo. This was followed by a Bhajan. Then Gurudev's thoughts video was screened and students were drawn into a discussion which highlighted Gurudev's life and learning for all of us. The Celebrations concluded with Aarthi offered to Pujya Gurudev.
On account of the Pushya Bahula Panchami & 174th Thyagaraja Aradhana festival , today the 2nd February 2021, the fine arts department students from 2nd Std - 11th Std of Chinmaya Vidyalaya Sr.Sec School, Virugambakkam , offered their tribute to the Immortal musician, Saint Thyagaraja by singing his compositions.
The same was LIVE streamed to the students & parents of the Vidyalaya & it was a divine bliss to all. The following students took part in the event
1. Sree Bala - Std IV - Vocal
( Kriti - Thelisi...Rama...
Ragam - Poorna Chandrika
Thalam - Adi )
2. SriKrupa - Std IV - Vocal
( Kriti - Sara...Sara...Samarey..
Ragam - Kunthalavarali
Thalam - Adi )
3. U. Subramaniaraju - Std II - Mandolin
( Kriti - Brova...Baarama...Raghuraama
Ragam - Bahudhaari
Thalam - Adi )
4. Vinisha Vashisth - Std VI - Vocal
( Kriti - Seethaamma....Maayamma..
Ragam - Vasantha.
Thalam - Roopakam )
5. L. Bharat - Std VIII
L. Adithya - Std XI - Vocal
( Kriti - Naadhaa...Thanumanisham..
Ragam - Chitharanjani.
Thalam - Adi.)
6. Dhanalakshmi - Std - VIII - Vocal
( Kriti - Thulasidhala...mulachey
Ragam - Maayamaalava gowlai
Thalam - Roopakam )
7. U. Jaivigneshwar - Std XI - Mandolin
( Kriti - Entharo..Mahaanubhaavu...
Ragam - Sri
Thalam Adi. )
The Live streaming ended with the Mangala Aarati.
The full program was compered by A. Meenakshi of Std - VII.
Aanjaneya Jayanthi was celebrated in the school by chanting Hanuman Chalisa. Principal, Teachers and Students joined in the chanting.
Plan out your work, then work out your plan.
The former without the latter is a sheer waste.
The latter without the former is mere unproductive confusion.
In all worthwhile undertakings, There will be risks of failure, of disappointments, of even disaster. To face them all with inner poise and firm faith is to discover the glory of final victory.
“Negative thoughts weaken men. Do you not find that where parents are constantly taxing their sons to read and write, telling them they will never learn anything, and calling them fools and so forth, the latter do actually turn out to be so in many cases? If you speak kind words to boys and encourage them, they are bound to improve in time.”-Swami Vivekananda
World Mental Health Day 2020 was observed on Monday 11 Oct 2020.
World Mental Health Day (10 October) is an international day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma.
Children were provided steps on how mental health could be improved by the school counsellor. Small things like exercising, eating a balanced and healthy food, opening up to other people in life, taking a break when needed, remembering something one is grateful for and getting a good night’s sleep, can be helpful in boosting emotional health.
Matrudina is celebrated to make students understand and instil the love and reverence for their mother. The event was conducted online and the children performed the Paduka puja of their mother and chanted the Matrustavanam.
Celebrated with a lot of gaiety Teachers' Day always stands out in the minds of both the teachers and children as a special day where in this year was made even more special by the wishes that poured in from both children and parents . The WhatsApp groups were flooded with greeting cards made with lots of love. Each wish was so special that the teachers were overwhelmed. The love expressed by the children made the teachers feel blessed and felt as if they were at school as usual. The teacher gives children a purpose, sets them up for success as citizens, and inspires them to do well and succeed in life. As the quote says "one child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world".
Onam festival was celebrated by children in their respective homes in traditional attire, decorating their homes with pookkalam and with other onam festivities.
A genuine leader is not a searcher for consensus, but a moulder of consensus.
The Investiture Ceremony of Chinmaya vidyalaya senior secondary school virugambakkam for the academic session 2020-2021 was held with a special online ceremony in which students of classes 9 to 12 joined online to view the ceremony, along with the newly elected office bearers, teachers, Correspondent Sri.N.Nagarajan (Chief Guest), Principal Smt.P.Vijayalakshmi and Vice-Principal Smt.Elavarasi. The Investiture ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly invested office bearers. Donning the mantle of accountability, they also pledge to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities. View Images...
ஊரடங்கின் காரணமாக பள்ளிக்குச் சென்று, சுதந்திர தின விழாவைக் கொண்டாட முடியாத சூழலில் மாணவர்கள் - ஆசிரியர்கள் இணைந்து முதல்வரின் ஒப்புதலோடு சிந்தித்ததே வானொலி வழியாக நிகழ்ச்சிகளைக் கொடுத்தது. இதன் நோக்கம் உலகளாவி பரந்து கிடக்கும் இந்தியர்களிடம் இந்தியாவின் சுதந்திரத்தைப் பகிர்வதே..இந்தியாவின் பெருமையை உணர்த்துவதே...அதற்காக முற்பட்டதே இந்நிகழ்வு.
27th MahaAradhana Day of Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda was observed by Vidyalaya through online Bhajans, Gita Chanting and Puja
on 30 July (classes 6 to 12) and 1st August (Kindergarten).
Teachers interacted with their classes on Quotes of Gurudev and story time on Gurudev.
Children presented Poems, Powerpoint Presentations, Paintings etc. on Gurudev.
Some children prepared Quiz on Gurudev and conducted during the online session.
Children participated enthusiastically through online sessions and presented their work.
End of the session a beautiful Collage of the work of each class was presented online to the children.
Guru Bandhu Sakha..........
Terey Charnomey Swami......
Meri Koti Pranam...........
Guru Poornima was celebrated on 4th July 2020 by conducting sloka chanting (Thotakasthakam and Tapovanashtakam) & Guru Bhajan competitions for the students of standard VII & VIII through online. Students took part in the competition in good numbers with full devotion and enthusiasm. They rendered different Guru Bhajans too. It was overall a great experience. View Images...
An online meeting was convened by our Principal to celebrate our Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayanandaji's 104th birthday on 8th May 2020. Gurudev's Ashtothra Namavali was chanted by all the teachers
followed by the aarthi with great fervor.
A video compilation which showcased our parents active participation of chanting and Gurustotram and offering of their humble Pranams to our Gurudev was a visual treat of the celebration. This was followed by our students and teacher parents chanting the Gurupaduka stotram. Next the senior students ably supported by our Alumni rendered the Gurupaduka Stotram. The aarti was a fitting finale to this devotional presentation. The programme was the brain child of our Correspondent Sir, Principal Madam and Vice Principal Madam.
It was a blessing to be able to pay our reverence to our Pujya Gurudev on this special day. View Images...