Monday 20 September 2021




Located near Port Blair, North Bay is a secluded island which spans over a relatively medium area and is generally visited by tourists on a day trip to both Ross Island and North Bay.
Although the island doesn’t offer much sightseeing options for visitors other than the shoreline and jungle, it is one of the best places for Water Sports in Andaman Islands.
The island is surrounded by crystal clear cyan colored water with a shallow shoreline that offers a magnificent underwater view. The beach is white sand and shaded by dense tropical trees with hints of huts and wooden benches to set the mood.
Make sure not to get in the water without a guide as it is not usually allowed. This was done to protect the visitors from unwanted sea dwellers and protect the coral from interference.
The island is most famous for water sports and features a plethora of vendors with great pricing structure- if you are looking for some adventure and aren't afraid to get wet.
Soon as you reach the beach and look around, you’ll find tons of small counters for Scuba, Snorkeling and lots of other activities.
The underwater biodiversity of North Bay is unmatched and boasts some of the most healthy coral settlements housing lots of fish species, some of which are not found anywhere else in Andaman.
The large coral belts under the 2 KM of radius near the isle is filled with huge coral belts that are protected under the care of Andaman Administration and therefore diving and activity spots change every month.

Tuesday 14 September 2021



"The greatest religion is to be true to your own nature. Have faith in yourself."

On 11th of September 2021, Universal Brotherhood Day was celebrated in our Vidyalaya in the presence of Chief Guests Shri Anil Dey (Teacher, GMS Billiground) and Shri Amar Baul (Chair Person, SMC).

Universal Brotherhood Day was celebrated with the motto of -

*Inculcating patriotism in the youths.       *Spreading the messages of Swami Vivekananda.       *Spreading the feeling of Brotherhood among people.

Swami Vivekananda spoke on the following lectures in the World's Parliament of Religions at the Art Institute of chicago.
  • Response to welcome 11th September 1893)
  • Why we disagree (15th September 1893)
  • Paper on Hinduism (19th September 1893)
  • Religion not the crying need of India (20th September 1893)
  • Buddhism, the fulfillment of Hinduism (26th September 1893)
  • Address at the final session (27th September 1893)
A teaching staff, Siddhartha Ejerder of our school spoke on the significance of Universal Brotherhood Day. All over the program was a effective one, a reunion of the importance of Universal Brotherhood in the mind of youngsters. With the contribution of all the staffs and students the program was conducted sucessfully.



Vakratunda Mahakaya Surya Koti Samaprabha |
Nirvighnam Kuru Me Dev Sarv-Kaaryeshu Sarvadaa ||

Ganesh Chaturthi was celebrated in our school on 10th September 2021 on the name of the Elephant Headed God - Lord Ganesha. All the staffs and students were present on the day. Students sung beautiful bhajans on Lord Ganesha like Vakratundh Mahakaya, Ganesha Arti and few bhajans from padavali. A very dedicative speech was presented by Shri Vaikunt, a teaching staff of our school.
Lord Ganesha -the god of 108 names, the god of arts and science and Deva of wisdom. Lord Ganesha is also known as Vinayaka, Ganapati dearly and widely.

गणेश जी का रूप बड़ा निराला है, चेहरा भी कितना भोला भाला है, जिस पर भी आती है कोई मुसीबत, उसे इन्ही ने ही तो सम्भाला है।

Monday 13 September 2021



"By the grace of the teacher, a disciple becomes a scholar even without reading books." - Swami Vivekananda

On 6th of September, 2021 teachers day have been celebrated in our school. Students have arranged a very beautiful program to pay respect to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan ji and teachers. A day to honour, recognise and celebrate the educators. It is also a celebration of Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan's birth anniversary. 

Dr Radhakrishnan, the first Vice-President of India and the second President of India, was a teacher, scholar and philosopher par excellence.

Students arranged different programs viz songs, poems, skits, speeches etc. And also presented gifts and flowers to all the staffs.
To enlight the day, Kumari Jasmine spoke on the significance of Teachers Day. All the staffs blessed the students for their bright future. The program was successfully ended with the contribution of all staffs and students.

Friday 3 September 2021



2nd September 1970 India and the world saw the Birth & inauguration of a living memorial by a truly national effort- a unique symbol of unity and purity.

Vivekananda Rock Memorial was inaugurated on 2 September, 1970, and dedicated to the nation by V V Giri, the President of India. There can be no doubt whatsoever that without the catalytic and stellar role of Mananeya Eknath Ranade Ji, this grand national monument could never have been completed in such a record time.

It’s not just a piece of Rock, but were the Vishwaguru Swami Vivekananda Ji meditated about India’s past, present and future for three days on 25, 26, and 27 December 1892 and discovered the real mission of life. The Spiritual power of the Rock, the footprints of Bharatmata, the Parashakti drew Swami ji to KanyaKumari.

It is a symbol of unity because the whole nation wished, worked and contributed for it.
Emerson, the great American thinker of the 19th century said, “A great and timeless institution is the lengthened shadow of one man”. If that be so, I have no doubt that the final verdict of history will be that the magnificent Vivekananda Rock Memorial at Kanyakumari is the lengthened shadow of Eknath Ranade Ji.
#EkBharatVijayiBharat #VivekanandaKendra

Wednesday 1 September 2021



Sri Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated with great joy and success on 30th of August 2021. Krishna Janmashtami is a colourful festival celebrated across the country to commemorate the birth of Lord Krishna.
On this auspicious day, Smti. Saraswathy, teaching staff has put light on importance of the day. 

Krishna Janmashtami is an annual Hindu festival to mark the birth of Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. It is celebrated on the eighth day of the Krishna Paksha in the month of Shraavana of Bhadrapad. He is worshipped as the eighth avatar of Vishnu and also as the supreme God in his own right. He is the god of protection, compassion, tenderness, and love and is one of the most popular and widely revered among Indian divinities.


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