Community Service

Labour Day Celebration

     

Labour Day was celebrated at Bal Bharati Public School Manesar with full aplomb.The function started with a speech welcoming the workers.The melodious Songs'Vaishnavjanto' and 'Swacchhata ka Iraada'
sung by class 12th students. Soumya Vats, Varnika and Nandini of class 11th conducted an interactive session with the labourers. It was followed by a speech by School principal Mr.Harsh Kumar.He lauded the ceaseless efforts of the work force of the school and acknowledged their hardwork . School's Senior Head Mistress Ms Aakanksha Sehgal Setia also motivated the labourers with her encouraging words . She, along with the teachers and children, distributed sweets and daily need items like sugar, tea packets,rice and soaps etc. to the labourers.
Montessori students presented them with thank you cards.
Workers were overwhelmed watching the function and expressed their gratitude towards the school authorities, teachers and students encouragement and co-operation in helping them maintaining a clean and healthy environment at school premises

Speading message of Unity- Ekta Diwas

Save Aravali Bio Diversity Park

Continuing with the spirit of Swatch Bharat Abhiyan, 52 students of Bal Bharati Public School, Manesar visited Aravali Bio Diversity Park and spread the awareness to Save and Conserve the valuable bio diversity park.
Let’s us join hands in creating awareness towards a pollution-free environment and unequivocally voice our concern against the construction of 6-lane highway at the cost of destroying the park.

Kerala Relief Fund (GOONJ Foundation) In order to help Kerala in this crucial time, Bal Bharati Public School joined hands to help them. With the help of Goonj Foundation, an active NGO, we raised funds and things of use for the people suffering in Kerla.

 

Visit to Blind School Behrampur - Students visited the blind school at Beharampur to meet blind students to get to know how they perform their activities and study. They understood the technique of Braille system and there they donated clothes, food items , books etc. to help those students.

Peace March - Students marched in the vicinity of school with Slogans and placards to make aware the community aware about the importance of Harmony and Peace in the world.

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Save Natural Resources - Students along with the coordination of teachers audited the Five Natural Resources i.e. Water, Energy, Land, Air, Waste and found out ways of extracting the optimum with minimum use of resources.

Literacy Day - We invited under privileged children from the neighborhood areas, Senior students taught them alphabets, numbers and hindi letters. Apart from teaching they helped them with books, stationery items and sweets to encourage them to study.

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Visit to Greenobin - Recycling plant- Students went to Nazafgarh, Greenobin (Recycling Plant) to learn the technique of paper recycling to conserve environment and SAVE TREES.
 

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Visit to Apni Pathshala - Apni Pathshala is a home of under privileged children. Students went to Apni Pathshala on the occasion of Children's Day and shared their experience with them. There they donated Milk, Food items, clothes, toys and books.
 

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Visit to Pusa Institiute (Krishi Vigyan Kendra)- For conservation of environment, Students learnt the techniques of bee keeping, vermicomposting and farming activities.
 

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Walk of Hope: 250 students accompanied by 25 teachers and school head proudly supported and participated in the Walk of Hope as it passed through the Delhi/NCR region. It was an exercise to restore the innate spirituality of the nation which aimed to rekindle true faith and rejuvenate the spirit of hope, love, peace , harmony and oneness.

 
Visit to Old Age Home: Students of class VII along with two teachers visited an old age home at Palaidi. Such community outreach programmes are often conducted to sensitise the students towards their duties as responsible citizens of India.