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CELEBRATIONS

Environment Day Celebration

The Mission to safeguard the environment has found a prominent role in the mechanism of various institutions globally. World Environment Day celebrations has become the first celebration of the academic year at MMNSSEMS. Students get the opportunity to learn about the eco system, its needs & measures to enforce the remedial process. The sapling of the year is planted by the Principal and all the class leaders planted saplings in the school area. Saplings are distributed to children with the hope that the ‘Go Green’ motto is realized.

 

Reading Week

“Reading make a full man”- Francis Bacon

Reading week at MMNSSEMS is a celebration of the enriching contribution made by Sri. P.N. Panicker . Students present book reviews, notable experts of famous writers, declarations and indulge in literacy activities conducted by the English, Hindi, Malayalam department of the school.

Class wise assembly during the week was the highlight of this year

 

International Yoga Day

International Yoga Day is celebrated with motivating orientation programme for students & teachers.
On 21 st June. Mrs. Sandhya,  Yoga Trainer explained the Importance of Yoga and demonstrated and helped children with various yogic exercises.

 

Ramayana Day

It is believed that the reading of the great epic ‘The Ramayana’ appeases the physical and spiritual weaknesses in man. Ramayana Day was celebrated with competitions of Ramayana Recitation, Speech and quiz.

 

Navrathri Celebration

Navrathri celebration is overjoyed with the classical dance and Dandiya presentation of the students

 

FESTIVALS


The Independence Day of India, which is celebrated religiously throughout the country on the 15th of
August every year, holds tremendous ground in the list of national days, since it reminds every Indian
about the dawn of a new beginning.The School provides the children ample space to realize the
struggle of our freedom fighters. The ceremonial hoisting of the tricolor with the national songs and
parade is undertaken in the morning. Students get to participate in possession
various activities that inspire and elevate their thoughts.

 

Onam: is one of biggest and exciting festivals celebrated in Kerala. Being the harvest festival it is a remainder of the prosperous and golden era during the rule of King Mahabali. This is another secular festival of sharing and caring. The high spirit and unity of the students is reflected in the intricately designed floral carpet laid to welcome King Mahabali. The cultural events staged indoor with the Vadamvali and the Ona Sadya spread the grandeur of the festival in school.

 

Gandhi Jayanthi: a national festival celebrated on 2 nd of October throughout India to mark the birthday of
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, our "Father of the Nation. The school witnesses the official marchpast by
students and the ceremonial function in the front yard of the school. Students participate in power point
presentations, quiz, skits and various competitions that inspire them about the Mahatma’s colossal role in the
freedom struggle.

 

Christmas: Christmas is a cultural celebration, respected with traditions and practices that are religious and
secular as well. These concepts encourage people from different faiths across the globe to celebrate Christmas.Christmas ushers in an entertaining distraction from the study stress brought by the entire school year. Children feel excited and joyous with the school environment gaining the positive energy of delight and celebration.“Christmas isn’t a season. Its a feeling”, is proved true in all the arrangements and decorations within the campus. Students from different faiths participate in all activities of decoration and festivity and become unified by the bond of love, warmth, cheer and selflessness that binds mankind together. Students also get to experience the joy of giving and sharing things with the less fortunate ones focusing on their need. Santa’s visit, the exchange of gifts,Christmas Carols and the arrangements on the Christmas tree are wonderful, memorable instances for the children.

 

Republic Day: a national festival to be remembered as a day when the Indian Constitution came into force on 26th January 1950, completing our country’s transition to become an Independent Republic. It is celebrated by hoisting the tricolor . Various presentations on stage highlighting the function of our constitution are held.