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Robotics Workshop

Bhavan's Bhagwandas Purohit Vidya Mandir, Koradi, Nagpur School, organised a four days' workshop for Std. IX students on Robotics which was conducted by 'Maxenia Product School' sponsored by IEEE VNIT Student Branch and IEEE Bombay Section Joint chapter of PELS-IES from March 27 to 29 and March 31, March 2023 (four days).
The aim of the workshop was to arouse the interest of students towards the emerging field of Robotics in order to face the challenges of the modern world and to provide them a hands-on experience in the creation of manual robots which will help them in the future.
Shri S Uday Shankar and Miss Shivani Madhusoodhanan, Embedded Engineers, guided students throughout the session of four days and helped them create small machines on their own.

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Guest Lecture

Bhavan's Bhagwandas Purohit Vidya Mandir, Koradi, Nagpur, organised a Guest Lecture on 'Adolescence Education' on February 16, 2023, under Peace Foundation, which was attended by students of Std. VII and VIII.
Dr. Neha V Bhargava (MS DNB Gynaecology) and Dr. Vivek Shivhare (MBBS MD Paediatrics) were the resource persons. The lecture gave a subjective and thorough knowledge about adolescence. Some of the points covered were, how excess energy should be channelised properly, how selecting peers can play a crucial role at this age and more importantly, not to bully or tease anybody. Anxiety, depression and addiction to harmful things can drastically affect one's health mentally and physically, resulting in poor academic performances.
The resource person further elaborated that the focus of the students should be on balanced diet, regular exercise/playing, studying, sleeping time, etc. so that they use their high energy to improve their overall personality. They told students to open up on these topics with someone they are close to and who can direct and guide them in the right direction. They summarised by saying not to blindly follow the trends that are shown in the media as these are shown just for entertainment.

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'Ashirvachanam'-”This programme was organised to bless the students of Std X in the premises of Bhavan's B. P. Vidya Mandir, Koradi, Nagpur and also to make them ethical, commendable and admirable citizens of tomorrow.   
Shri. Amitesh Kumar, Commissioner of Police, Nagpur City, was the Chief Guest at the 'Ashirvachanam Ceremony to bless and bid adieu to the outgoing students of Std. X. In his speech, he conveyed the message to the students that academics is one part of life, but it is the character that truly reveals one's personality because it is one's character, integrity and ethics that nurture and shape one's personality. He further stated that the 'Ashirvachanam' ceremony creates a sense of bonding, a sense of responsibility in the students towards the country. He congratulated and wished good luck to the students for their exams.  
To bless the students for their future life, an exhortation from the 'Taittiriya Upanishad' was read out, which was repeated by the students. Students holding lamps lit up the map of India to pay their respect towards the motherland and pledged to conduct themselves in accordance with high ethics and morals. 

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Declamation Competition

Bhavan's B.P. Vidya Mandir, Koradi organised an extremely interesting and informative Inter School Declamation Competition of the Central Board of Secondary Education on February 23, 2023. The topic was 'India's Presidency in G-20 (Exploring Indonesia with India)'. Speakers from 26 renowned schools of Nagpur participated. The Chief Guest for the event was Dr. Pankaj Chande, Kendra Committee Member, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur Kendra, while Dr. Urmila Dabir and Sri Monish Thorat were the esteemed judges of the competition.
The young orators presented their views on G-20 as an intergovernmental forum which plays an important role in solving major economic crises.
The event concluded with the Prize Distribution Ceremony, where Atharva Kilche of Bhavan's B.P. Vidya Mandir, Trimurti Nagar clinched the first position. Naman Dharmani of Bhavan's B.P. Vidya Mandir, Koradi was first runner-up while Avani Sonkusare of Sandipani School, Hazaripahad, was second runner-up.

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Poem Recitation Competition

In the poem recitation competition, students of Std. IX presented the poems of eminent Indian writers, Rabindranath Tagore, Sarojini Naidu and Vikram Seth, for which 31 students came up with their presentations. All the participants recited the poems with great fondness and zeal.
In the poem recitation competition for Std. IX, Mast. Siddharth Chavan and Miss. Ketki Thawkar secured the first position. The second place was bagged by Miss. Kalyani Joshi and in the third position was Miss. Kavya Chourasia and Miss. Dhwani Gurnaney.
Smt. Manisha Mishra, Smt. Sujita Mukherjee and Smt. Ginzy Cherian were the judges who applauded the performances of the participants and provided guidance to improve the students' oratory skills. They appreciated the participants' confidence, gestures and expressions. The event of Intra School Elocution & Poem Recitation Competition was successfully conducted by Ms. Riddhi and Ms. Prissha of Std XI.

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Intra School Elocution Competition

The Kulapati Munshi Memorial Intra School Elocution Competition was held on February 8, 2023. The objective of this activity was to generate and develop a sensibility towards rhythm, phonetic awareness, self-expression and to enhance the sense of correct intonation in order to make children more expressive, confident and spontaneous in their way of speaking. 
The topic chosen for the elocution competition was -œTime Management: A Major Challenge faced by the Youth of India- for Std. XI, wherein seven participants expressed their anticipation of the given topic. The participants left no stone unturned in their effort to win the competition. Students were judged on parameters like confidence, voice modulation, memorisation and overall presentation. Elucidating the importance of body language in public speaking, the results were declared immediately. In the elocution competition for Std. XI, Mast. Kabir Desai secured the first place. The second position was secured by Mast. Aauyush Tomar and the third, by Ms. Bhumika Pande and Ms. Neha Kulkarni. 

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Interschool Quiz Competition

Bhavan's B.P Vidya Mandir, Srikrishna Nagar, Nagpur, organised the 8th Kulapati Dr. K.M. Munshi International Quiz Competition 2023 on February 8, 2023. 
The Chief Guest for the event was Dr. Dhananjay M. Welukar, Former Director of Physical Education, RTM Nagpur University, presently President of Maharashtra Basketball Association, Maharashtra. 17 schools participated in the quiz competition which comprised of two rounds.
Bhavan's B.P. Vidya Mandir, Trimurti Nagar, Nagpur, bagged the first position whereas Bhavan's B.P. Vidya Mandir, Civil Lines, Nagpur, and Modern School, Koradi Road, Nagpur, were the first and second runners-up respectively.
The proceedings of the day were conducted by Ms. Bhumi Jaiswal and Ms. Vedanshi Jain in English and Hindi respectively. The quiz masters Mast. Harshwardhan Biyani and Ms. Purvi Chandak conducted the quiz proceedings.

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Inter-School Debate Competition

Bhavan's Bhagawandas Purohit Vidya Mandir, Civil lines, Nagpur, organised the 34th Munshi Memorial Debate Competition on February 8, 2023 to commemorate the death anniversary of Dr. K.M. Munshi. The topic for the debate was 'In today's times, values are discarded in the race of success.'
The lighting of the lamp ceremony marked the programme proceedings. Then the Chairperson, Prof. Ashit Sinha and all dignitaries offered floral tributes in the memory of Dr. K.M. Munshi. This was followed by a 'Sarva Dharma' prayer rendered by the students. Prof. Ashit Sinha, HRD Professional, Nagpur, announced the topic and the rules of the competition and threw open the debate to the participants of 22 schools. The judges for the event were Smt. Aasawari Shenolikar, Deputy Editor of The Hitavada and Editor of The Twinkle Star; Dr. Supantha Bhattacharya, Professor and Director of Hislop College and Pragya Mathur Kumar, psychologist, trainer and founder of 'Arunima Ankuran'. 
The first prize was bagged by Anika Sharma of Bhavan's B.P. Vidya Mandir, Civil Lines. The second prize was awarded to Devisa Chakraborty, Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar. The third prize was won by Arnavee Amol Singam of Bhavan's Lloyds Vidya Niketan, Wardha. The upcoming Debater Trophy was shared by Shantanu Tapas of Narayan Vidyalaya and Aanya Kapoor of Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar.  The Munshi Memorial Debate Rolling Trophy went to Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar.

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Sports and Cultural Festival

The Nagpur Kendra sponsors the Annual Sports and Cultural Festival organised by Subhash Mandal, Cotton Market, Nagpur every year.  This year the festival was organised from January 20, 2023 to January 22, 2023 wherein varied dance groups in and around Nagpur displayed their talent and expertise. The festival comprises competitions in Solo Dance, Group Dance and Folk Dance with the themes on Indian tradition, culture and patriotism. The prize winners are given cash and mementos for their performances.
This year is the 77th year since the inception of Subhash Mandal, where the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Gandhi Institute of Computer Education & Information Technology, Nagpur Centre also conducts its classes on a regular basis. The Nagpur Centre has trained approximately 10,660 students till date through the 74 sessions conducted by the Institute.
The cultural festival commenced with the lighting of the lamp and offering flowers to Lord Nataraja. Prominently present on behalf of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur Kendra were Smt. Padmini Jog, Prof. Q.H. Jeevaji, Kendra Committee Members, Bhavan's Nagpur Kendra and Shri T.L. Raja, Joint Director, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur Kendra.

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Manthan 2022: Cultural Fiesta

Bhavan's Bhagwandas Purohit Vidya Mandir, Koradi witnessed the cultural extravaganza 'Manthan-2022' spread over a week. The event was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Dr. Dilip Ghosh, Director Central Citrus Research Institute, Nagpur. It was a five day grand pageant involving thoughts, ideas, team work, coordination, talent, hard work, perseverance, leadership and creativity. On the first day the moppets of Bal Bhavan put up an array of performances depicting different aspects of Unity in Diversity. Dancing Dazzles, Krishna Leela, Fashion Show and many more performances showcased the talents of the young Bhavanites. The stellar event 'Fam-Jam' had the parents and kids of Nursery share the stage and express their bonding and unconditional love.
Over the next four days, the Vidya Mandir squad took part in the inter-house competitions and performed Invocation Dance, Instrumental Performance, English Drama on a social theme, Folk Dance, Qawali, and a Unique Item. 
The Chief Guest for the Valedictory Function was Dr.Pankaj Chande Former Vice-Chancellor of Kavikulguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Ramtek and Executive Committee Member, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur Kendra, Nagpur.
The prize-winners of various Intra house and Inter house events were felicitated at the hands of the Chief Guest and Executive Members of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Nagpur Kendra. The judges who graced the occasion were renowned personalities from various genres.




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