Nursery School Registration Started

Ryan International School Vasant Kunj
Pre-school Admission
(Session 2013-2014)

Interested to Open a School? Call +91-9555433433


Total Seats Available

S.No. Category % Seats Availability
1. EWS + Staff 15% (10+5) 30
2. Management 20% 40
3. General 65% 130
Total 200

Admission Criteria

The weightage and 100 point system will be adipted to select the General Category students

As per rules, Draw of lots will be applicable to the EWS (economically Weaker Section)

Eligibility

3 years as on 31st 2013

Admission Schedule

Issue of Forms – 1st January to 15th January 2013 (9.00 am to 12.00 Noon on all working days)

Issue of EWS Forms 1st January to 15th January 2013 (2.30 – 3.30 pm on all working days)

Last day for receipt of Applications 1st January to 15th January 2013

Draw of Lots for EWS Wednesday 13th February 2013
1st List (including Wait List) 28th February 2013

Closure of Admissions 31st March 2013

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Registration Open for pre-school in Delhi

PP International School New Delhi
Admission procedure 2013-14

Admission Criteria

Age Eligibility: 3+ as on 31st March 2013

Total Number of Seats – 90

50% Seats available for General Category – 45

25% Seats available for Economically Weaker Section & disadvantaged group – 22

25% Seats available for Management Quota – 23

 

  • In case seats of any category are not filled, seats will be allotted to General Category
  • List will be displayed on the school website and School Notice Board
  • Incomplete duplicate forms will be rejected. Please note that in case of any misrepresentation the registration will be considered cancelled.
  • Final admission is subject to verification of the following documents to be produced in Original along with the Photocopies.
  • Transport facility available for Pre-school and Pre-Primary students
  • Distance to school will be calculated on actual distance

Interested to Open a School? Call +91-9555433433


 

Admission Schedule

Commencement of Admission Process Tuesday 1st January 2013
Last date of submission of admission Applications in school Tuesday 15th January 2013
Last date for displaying the list of selected children including for EWS & Disadvantaged Group category (including waiting list) Friday 15th February 2013
Last date for displaying the 2nd list (if any) Thursday 28th February 2013
Closure of admission process Saturday 30th March 2013
Commencement of session 2013-14 Monday 1st April 2013

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9 Tips to Celebrate Republic day with your children at your home

Happy Republic Day

INDIAN REPUBLIC DAY – 26 Jan

Republic Day of India is one of the most important days in the Indian history. Every year, Republic Day is celebrated to honors January 26, 1950, the day when Parliament officially approved the Constitution of India and declared itself as a “Republic”.

On January 26, 1950, India became a truly independent state. Since then, this day is marked as a national holiday and the day is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country. On this day, every Indian is filled with immense love for the Motherland and respect for the freedom fighters.

Military parades are organized across the country’s state capitals, while the main parade is held in the national capital, New Delhi. The event starts with paying homage to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the country. The Prime Minister of India lays a wreath at Amar Jawan Jyoti at India gate, New Delhi. Thereafter, the President of India hoists the Indian flag and along with the Chief Guest of the day, takes salute from the military. On the other hand, Governors take military salutes in their respective state capitals, where similar parades are organized.

The President gives away bravery awards to the people from armed forces for their exceptional courage and also to the civilians for their act of courage in different situations.

 After this, a grand parade starts from the Rajghat, along the Vijaypath and ends at Red Fort. The different regiments of Army, Navy and Air Force participate in the parade. The horses of cavalry are decorated beautifully to suit the occasion. The children from various schools and N.C.C. cadets from all over the country also participate in the parade.

This is followed by vibrant pageants from different states. Through the state-wise tableau, every part of the country is represented on this occasion which symbolizes unity in diversity. Thereafter the children from different schools give different cultural dance performances. Later, the groups of children with National Bravery Awards ride on different jeeps and wave their hands to the audience.

The Republic Day Parade concludes with a dare devil motor cycle ride and a fly past by Indian Air Force fighter jets over Rajpath. These leave trails of tricolor smoke in the sky; spectators look on with their hearts filled with pride and patriotism.

How to celebrate Republic day with your children at your home:

    1. Explain to your children about the importance of Republic Day.
    2. Tell your children about the freedom fighters of India who contributed towards gaining the Independence of India.
    3. Take your children along with you to watch Republic Day parade. If this is not possible, watch it on your television with them and inform them about everything they watch.
    4. Plan a Flag hoisting event in your colony for your children and sing National Anthem with them.
    5. Encourage your children to wear the traditional attire representing various states and give dance performances.
    6. Plan and organize some Republic Day activities for your children. For this, you may ask them to distribute small flags or batches to other children & play word searches related to the theme of Republic Day.
    7. Arrange a drawing competition for your children and their friends. Choose a patriotic theme for drawings such as the national symbols and give away prize to the best drawing along with consolation prizes for all.
    8. Arrange a booth along with your children in front of your home to impart information about Republic Day to other children. To attract the children in the neighborhood, arrange some fun games for them in the booth, such as sorting tri-color balloons into different boxes, painting tri- color on faces etc.
    9. Enjoy some craft work with them by making paper flags, tricolor paper caps etc.

So, enjoy Republic Day with your children as cheerfully as other festivals, so that they give equal importance to this National festival as they give to other festivals.

Happy Republic Day

Pongal – Thanksgiving Hindu Harvest Festival

Pongal

Pongal is a popular harvest festival celebrated in Tamil Nadu, a southern state of India. The festival of Pongal is celebrated for four days (13-16 January) named as Bhogi, Makara Pongal, Mattu Pongal and Kannum. The second day of Pongal is the main festival. It is celebrated on 14 January with full fervour everywhere. On this day, farmers express their gratitude to God and His blessings for the bountiful crops.

The name “Pongal” refers to a pudding made from fresh milk, freshly harvested rice and jaggery. On this day, farmers offer their fresh harvest to God in the form of this pudding to thank Him for all His blessings. The festival marks the beginning of the movement of Sun northward for six months period, which is considered very auspicious. The Sun enters the zodiac sign of Makara or Capricorn, marking the end of winter and advent of spring season. The day sets the pace for a series of other festivals. Harvest time is over for the farmers and with this festival, they enjoy the period of bountiful crop, peace and happiness.

On this festival, people decorate their houses with flowers and strings of mango leaves. People draw traditional kolams (rangolis) at the entrance of their houses. This decorative pattern is made by rice flour to welcome the guests. Everyone prepare sweet dishes in the house and exchange it with their friends and relatives. People wear new traditional dress to perform the rituals. On the day of Makara Pongal i.e.14 January, the famous ceremony is performed wherein the husband and wife tie a turmeric plant around the pot and cook rice in it until the rice boil over. The dish is offered to Sun God with sugarcane, bananas and coconuts and later distributed among all as the Prasad.

On this day, the devotees decorate the temples and chant prayers, there. The sounds of temple bells make this festival a joyous occasion. People paint the faces of their cows and bulls with seashells and beads. They worship their garlanded cows and bulls and take them around the village in a procession. Cattle races, bull fights (jallikattu), rath yatra, bonfires, singing, dancing and community feasts are the attractions of this cheerful festival.

People greet their friends & relatives, exchange gifts and sweets with them. They visit to the temples, pay homage to the elders of the family to invoke blessings for a fruitful year ahead.

Children are more excited because they get new clothes; receive their Pongal gifts and money from their elders.

Celebrate this festival with your children at your home by using the following tips:

    • Tell your children about the importance of Pongal. Help them to understand the significance of this harvest festival, rituals and customs related to it.
    • Help your children to know about the important role of nature i.e. rain, sun, harvest and animals in our life.
    • Go for shopping with your children, buy new clothes for them and surprise them with the best gifts they ever wished for.
    • Help them to decorate floor at the entrance with colourful rangoli. Ask them to use flowers and colours.
    • Prepare Pongal dishes made with rice and jaggery for your children.
    • Tell them to greet their friends and family members on this day.
    • Ask your children to seek blessings from their elders.
    • Involve them with you to exchange gifts and sweets with family and friends.
    • You can involve them in some other activities related to the festival so that they can recognise the main elements of the festival. For this you may download Pongal worksheets from Internet and ask the children to colour these sheets or you may play word searches related to this festival.

Children’s involvement in various activities on Pongal will give them an opportunity to understand the purpose of the festival and its celebrations.

                                                                 

Happy Pongal!!

Read More about Pongal :

 Pongal Greetings and Wishes

Thanksgiving Hindu Harvest Festival

Pongal Festival SMS

 

“How to Celebrate Lohri? Read the Blog Here! “

The festival of Lohri falls on 13 January, a day before Makar Sankranti (another Hindu festival) when the sun enters into the new sign. It is a popular harvest festival celebrated in the Northern part of India, mainly in Punjab and Haryana. Harvest time for wheat, the main winter crop, starts after the celebration of Lohri. It marks the end of the winter season and the beginning of a new season for the farmers.

More than a festival; Lohri is a day for thanksgiving. Apart from Punjab and Haryana, people from other states have also started participating in the festivity. On this day, people show their gratitude to God for his provisions, care, protection and blessings.

Lohri Celebrations

The day begins with Lohri songs full of gratitude for God and ‘Dulla Bhatti’, a legendary hero. Dulla Bhatti, a Muslim highway robber, who robbed rich and helped the poor, is the central character of Lohri songs. On this day, children go door to door in the neighbourhood to accept money and food items as gifts. In the afternoon, people prepare a feast for the day, in the evening, people wear new clothes and they gather around huge bonfire which is lit in the harvested fields or in the front yard of their houses. They go around the bonfire thrice and present peanuts, rewari, puffed rice, butter, sesame seeds and popcorns as offerings to the God. They pray to God to bless the land with abundant crop and everyone with prosperity. After prayer, people meet friends and relatives to exchange gifts and greetings and distribute Prasad. During night, men and women sing songs, perform on the folk dances-Bhangra and Giddha with the beats of dhol. Later, they sit around the bonfire and serve the feast of sarson-ka-saag, makki-di-roti and dessert “rau-di-kheer”.

How to celebrate the festival with your children at home:

    • Tell your children about the importance and social significance of this festival. Tell them about the sacred bonfire and its association with the sense of togetherness and gratitude for the God.
    • Ask them to help you in cleaning your home, decorating with flowers and filling pouches with Prasad.
    • Go out with your children to buy new clothes and food items like rewari, gajak, popcorns and peanuts for the festival.
    • Ask them to wish their friends, relatives and neighbours ‘Happy Lohri’.
    • Arrange something to make their evening musical and dance with them to share your joys, around bonfire.
    • Prepare a bonfire in the front yard or the terrace of your home and instruct them not to go closer to the bonfire.
    • Make your offerings to the bonfire and ask your children distribute the Prasad among all.
    • Prepare the traditional dinner and serve it to your children in the traditional way around the bonfire.
    • Be alert and take care of your children while they enjoy the festival around the bonfire.

So, celebrate this festival of prosperity, joy and sharing with your children in a way that they always remember its importance throughout their lives.

Read More:

                   Lohri Greetings and Wishes 
                    Lohri SMS, Wishes and Messages
                   LOHRI Festival SMS