A special assembly on Swami Vivekananda and Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was conducted by the students of class IX.
Class III & XII put up a special assembly on the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti on 24th November 2023.
A Special Assembly on Hindi Diwas was conducted by Classes X, on 14th September.
A Special Assembly on Anti-Bullying was conducted by Class IX on 26th September.
A Special Assembly on the occasion of founders Day was held in the Prayer Hall on 10 July for the students of classes 6-8.
The students and teachers from the senior section put up a metaphoric performance of 'Tasher Desh' along with Rabindra Sangeet, Rabindra Kobita and Rabindra Nritya to celebrate Rabindra Jayanti on 4th and 5th May.
Birla High school celebrated National Mathematics Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of great mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. A special morning assembly was organised by the Number Fun club students. The main aim of the celebration was to create interest and temperament towards the subject through thought provoking speeches, poems and modelling, proving that learning mathematics is good for one’s brain and it helps everyone in dealing with many more daily aspects of life.
Hindi Diwas - The students celebrated Hindi Diwas on Wednesday, 14th September in a grand way to inculcate love for our national language among the children.
A combined Special Assembly was conducted on the occasion of Women Equality Day and Sports Day on 26.08.2021 by the students of class 10. They not only focused on the importance of equality of women in our society which is yet to be achieved but also the contribution of women in the field of sports.
Special Assemblies - The students of class X A conducted special class Assemblies to celebrate Humanitarian Day on 19th August’21. In this world of crisis how important it is to inculcate the values were discussed.
A Special Assembly to celebrate the birth anniversary of Sri L. N. Birla was held on 10th July by students of class X. The vision, mission of our founder and the journey of the school was captured beautifully and presented through a video which was streamed on Facebook.
Special Assemblies - The students of classes IX and X conducted special class Assembly to celebrate Doctor’s Day on 1st July to express their gratitude for the stupendous role of the doctors to fight the pandemic across the globe and particularly in India.
On 14th July’21 Vriksha Ropon Utsav was celebrated by Class X through planting trees and making a beautiful video. On 15 July, 10 B conducted a special Assembly on Acceptance. Class X D celebrated Eid-ul-Adha, a festival of sacrifice to promote a sense of belongingness.
A special Assembly on the occasion of Rath Yatra by Class IX C on 12th July 2021.
A special assembly was conducted to celebrate doctors day by class IX A on 1st July 2021.
On the event of World Music Day on 21st June, students of Class X organized a morning assembly on the importance of Music in our life, they sang songs, shlokas and explained how Music influences every aspect of our life with the help of a powerpoint presentation.
To acknowledge the contribution of the father in a family, students from Class IX and X celebrated Father’s Day on June,20th 2021 by using various mediums like e-cards, inviting fathers in morning assembly of their class to celebrate the occasion and express their gratitude.
A special online assembly on Christmas was organised on 24th December’20 to ring in the festive season. Carols, narration of the story of Santa Claus and even a virtual Santa delighted the students.
The morning assembly is an important part of our school curriculum. It helps nurture a positive school ethos which in turn affirms the school’s identity and aspirations. It also nurtures development of intrapersonal intelligence and contributes to a pupil’s self-development, creating a sense of purpose in him. The inner capabilities of a pupil are brought to the fore. The morning assembly is a platform from where important announcements and information are disseminated.
Our school has a teacher-in charge who maintains a schedule of all the classes that will conduct the assembly. The Class Teacher selects a few students, and along with them, decides the topic for the assembly. The topic is chosen from a wide range. Students are encouraged to plan their assembly on topics like human values, a personal learning experience, rules and regulations of the school, national and international leaders and events, social evils, festivals of all faiths. These topics help foster and facilitate the growth of national integration and secularism among the pupils.
Celebration of the Constitution Day in school Assembly for Class 8
Celebration of the Constitution Day in school Assembly for Class 9 & 10