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Outreach

Trip to Raman Science Center (Std. I & II)

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“Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” To inculcate and encourage this habit, the students of Std. I & II of Jain International School were taken for a field trip to Raman Science Center accompanied by the Co-coordinator and the teachers. They visited the planetarium and learned about the evolution of the human understanding of the universe and how there is still a lot to explore. The students also saw the various science models kept in the center’s premises. The visit concluded with a 3D movie. It was a thoroughly enlightening and fun experience for the students as they got to know the power of science and technology.

The Management and the Principal Anmol Badjatia lauded the efforts of the Co-ordinator (Primary) Mrs. Fatema Vali and her team.


COMMERCE STUDENTS TURN BANKERS FOR A DAY !

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Jain International School, in collaboration with Vidharbha Professional Academy (VPA), introduced Commerce students of the Senior Secondary Section to the world of banking and finance through a visit to Axis Bank. The motive of the visit was to provide an overview of banking transactions.

The students underwent a basic guidance session conducted by C.A.,  Abhimanyu Kabra, on KYC ( Know Your Customer ), various types of deposits in the bank, procedures for withdrawal of funds and online transactions.

The student also filled various forms that are mandatory in a bank, to generate awareness. They performed and observed bank procedures like cash deposits through cash machines, over-the-counter cheque deposits and the locker system for storage of valuable items.

In their interaction with Axis Bank, the students were given an in depth understanding of additional services provided by the bank like stock market investments, the provision of various loans, credit card services, etc.

The students were accompanied by Mr.Sujeet Rahangdale of the Senior Secondary Section.


Trip to the Senior Care Home (Std. I and II)

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Understanding and compassion are the two pillars on which humanity stands. The students of Jain International School tried to do their bit by visiting the Senior Care Home in the premises of St. Joseph Hospital. Students, along with their teachers, met all the elderly in the Home and received a hearty welcome from them.  The students entertained them with songs and dances. The residents of the Home were gratified by the efforts taken by the children. The students returned from the visit with a new perspective. They remarked that the visit was a learning experience for them and they would henceforth be more empathetic in their dealings with senior citizens. The Management and the Principal Anmol Badjatia lauded the efforts of the Co-ordinator (Primary) Mrs. Fatema Vali and her team.


YOUTH EXCHANGE PROGRAMME , FUKUYAMA , JAPAN

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The students of Jain International School were invited for a Student Exchange Programme to Fukuyama, Japan. This exchange trip was under the aegis of JCI, Nagpur. Ms Rajshree Bhaje, PNP and Chairman JCI Sponsorship committee organised the trip. A delegation of 6 students from Classes V to VII escorted by their teacher coordinator Ms. Pooja Shrivastava (Primary Coordinator) visited Fukuyama.The main aim of the Exchange Programme was to create awareness about inter- cultural similarities and differences between Asian countries and Japan, thereby leading to a better understanding and appreciation of their own culture and nation. This was achieved through various activities held at Fukuyama. Through various hands on activities students were able to communicate with the students of other countries despite language barriers. The students got an exposure to the teaching and learning methodologies in Japanese schools.

The Exchange Programme included a homestay programme of the students with Japanese families. It taught the students tolerance, discipline and independence and further developed a sense of mutual respect.

The students also got an opportunity to visit nearby cities of Hiroshima and Tokyo. They visited Hiroshima Peace Museum, Hiroshima Castle, Tokyo Sky Tree and Tokyo Tower amongst other things. The museum exhibits brought home the horrors of the Hiroshima Bombing in World War II. The students learnt the importance of world peace. They also learnt first hand how Japan rose like a phoenix out of the devastation caused by World War II by the dint of hard work and discipline.

The School Management, the Principal Anmol Badjatia and the parents of the children thanked Ms Rajshree Bhaje for arranging this Exchange Programme.


Trip to the St. Joseph Hospital (Std. I and II)

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“Tell me and I forget.

Teach me and I remember.

Involve me and I learn.”

 Jain international School truly believes this as the students of Std. I and II were taken for a field trip to the St. Joseph Hospital to reinforce the concepts of ‘Places in our neighborhood’. They were given a brief introduction to first aid by Sister Jyotsana and Sister Preeti. They were shown the different departments in the hospital such as Dental, X-Ray, Ophthalmology etc. and were given the basic information about them. A question answer session was also held to answer the questions which the students had for the doctors. The Management and the Principal Anmol Badjatia lauded the efforts of the Co-ordinator (Primary) Mrs. Fatema Vali and her team.


FAST TRACK YOUR FUTURE

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Jain International School continues to blaze a trail with its innovative and exciting career guidance unique programme for its students, called “FAST TRACK YOUR FUTURE”. The aim of the programme is to help students to gain a better understanding of their academic interest, job opportunities in various field and career options available. The programme helps students identify their career goals at the secondary level and gives them an opportunity to spend a few working days with an expert in their chosen field.

This unique programme, initiated by Mr. Anuj  Badjate , the Director of the school has completed its seventh year of existence . The dreams and the aims harboured in the hearts of JIS students were realized by the joint efforts of the school team. The students were not only given a chance to learn about the experiences of experts, but also got to understand the hard work, discipline and commitment required to reach the heights of success in their chosen field. The students were asked to give in their career choices and the reasons for their choice. This was an extensive exercise conducted over a period of a month. Following this the responses were shortlisted and selected and mentors were allotted. The mentors were Mr. Harsh Mehadia (Chartered Accountant), Mr. Rohit Jain (Company Secretary), Mrs. Amrita Mishra (Commissioner of Income Tax), Mr. Rutwik Chandorkar (Software Engineer), Gp. Capt. Rishabh Mittal (Air Force Pilot & Aeronautical Engineer), Mr. V.R. Mundada (Advocate), Dr. Akshay Daga (Dentist), Dr. Niranjan Dharaskar (Orthopedic Surgeon), Dr. Dinesh Kabra (Neurologist ), Mr. Ajay K. Srivastav (E – Business), Mr. Anuj Badjate (Financial Analyst), Dr. Suleman Virani (Psychiatry), Mrs. Nidhi Gandhi (Fashion Designing), Mr. Subroto Banerjee (Cricketer), Mr. Sanjay C. Raghatate (Motivational Speaker), Dr. Sapna Sharma (Author) and Dr. Shailendra Mundada (Immunologist)

 The initiative led by the school, in collaboration with the subject experts, proved to be a fruitful experience for the students. It is not only boosted their confidence but also prepared them for future endeavours. The project has demonstrated the value of career development learning as a vehicle for maximizing the contribution of work related learning to the student experience.

The Management and the Principal – Mrs. Anmol Badjatia appreciated the efforts of the CCA Incharge Mrs. Kiran Joshi for her efforts in making this project a success.


 COMMERCE STUDENTS TURN BANKERS FOR A DAY !

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Jain International School, in collaboration with Vidharbha Professional Academy (VPA), introduced Commerce students of the Senior Secondary Section to the world of banking and finance through a visit to Axis Bank. The motive of the visit was to provide an overview of banking transactions.

The students underwent a basic guidance session conducted by C.A.,  Abhimanyu Kabra, on KYC ( Know Your Customer ), various types of deposits in the bank, procedures for withdrawal of funds and online transactions.

The student also filled various forms that are mandatory in a bank, to generate awareness. They performed and observed bank procedures like cash deposits through cash machines, over-the-counter cheque deposits and the locker system for storage of valuable items.

In their interaction with Axis Bank, the students were given an in depth understanding of additional services provided by the bank like stock market investments, the provision of various loans, credit card services, etc. The students were accompanied by Mr.Sujeet Rahangdale of the Senior Secondary Section

 

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