This is to inform you that due to the ongoing repairing/maintenance work of new primary building, the school will reopen on 10 July 2018 at 7.50 am for Class I to V.
Dt: 29 June 2018 Management, APS Birpur
All students of class 12th batch 2017-18 are advised to collect pass Certificate from school office (Monday to Friday time 2 PM to 4 PM)
LSB 2018-19 Annexure -1
Circular for Session 2017-18
CBSE Board Circular
Available Vacancy in School for Teachers
Making a Difference (MAD) by being different Painting Competition
Army Public School Birpur participated in a painting competition on the theme “Rispana Returns” was held in the Chief Minister office on 26 Jan 2018 which was initiated by (MAD) Making a Difference by being a difference. 7 students from Army Public School Birpur participated and schools of Dehradun were invited by CBSE to participation in this event. The winners were Shivang Chauhan bagging first position and Ankita Rawat third position Piyusha Swarnkar and Himanshu bagged consolation prizes.
5 Km Mini Marathon.
65 students of APS, Birpur participated for marathon on 21st Jan 2018.The following students got position as per details given against their names:-
Raksha Rana-XI (1st )
Ankitarawat- XI( 2nd)
Ritikabisht -XI (3rd)
Lavipanwar- IX (3rd)
District Level Boxing Championship
APS, Birpur students participated in District Level Boxing Championship as a part Uttrakhand boxing team on 29-31 Jan 2018 at Raipur Stadium, Dehradun and have been awarded medals and the Overall Championship Trophy was also bagged by APS, Birpur
ANNUAL EXAMINATION DATE SHEET EXAM 2017-18
REGISTRATION AND ADMISSION FORMS ARE AVAILABLE FOR CLASSES I –IX & XI FROM 5 JANUARY 2018 FOR THE SESSION 2018-19.
INTER-SE PRIORITY FOR RESERVATION/PREFERENCE TO THE WARDS OF ARMED FORCES PERSONNEL BY STATE/UTs FOR ADMISSION TO MEDICAL/PROFESSIONAL ;/NON-PROFESSIONAL COURSES
Career Counselling and Career Guidance
There was a career conselling session for class IX on 4th Dec 2017 to sensitize them for diffirent options. Career guidance and aptitude testing in order to select appropriate streams and secure admissions for high level education according to heir aptitude & capabilities. In this direction AWES has identified Friends Union for energizing lines FUEL(NGO) by Fuel has offered to take career counselling and guidance alongwith aptitude testing of students of CL-IX where the qusetionaires were based on aptitude and general understanding .The whole session was conducted in a best and coordinated way.
Application Form for Teacher
PARENT ORIENTATION PROGRAMME
Videos, social Medias and video games have diminished reading time not only at home, but outside as well. The formula for every child to become a successful reader with simple actions: have books available at home at all times; and be a role model; allow to read the books they choose to read; and set time -20 minutes or more each day- to read books for fun. With these practices, any child will not only become a fluent, skilled reader, but will also develop a love for books and reading that will last a lifetime. In India we have a rich tradition of storytelling in the family through parents and grand- parents. We all have a part to play in getting every child to read. Keeping this in mind we organised a 'Parent Orientation Programme' on 7October 2017 which was very interactive and fun pack. It was impactful too. Parents were enthusiastic to lend their hands in making the mission successful. This is not the end; in continuation to this ‘Communication Fair ' on was planned 10th of October to take the mission to next pinnacle.
AEP (ADOLESCENCE EDUCATION PROGRAMME)
On 10th Oct 2017 Army Public School, Birpurorganised Adolescence Education Programme(AEP) for its students of class IX to XII under the guidance of Principal MrsBindu Sharma and a team of teachers MrsLalitaSajwan, MsMalvika and MrsNadiniDiwedi. Lt Cdr (retd) MrYograj Singh was also invited as a speaker. The programme was held in two phases:
- PHASE I: He enlightened students with the changes taking place during adolescence and ways to manage these changes to attain emotional maturity, problem solving attitude and decision making capability. He also touched upon stress due to peer and parents. In all, it was ainteractive session for students.
- PHASE II: PMI(plus ,Minus and interesting ) activity was taken to make students aware regarding substance abuse, gender stereotypes and prejudices Life-Skills for coping and managing concerns of Adolescence topic given to the students were:-
- If alcohol starts flowing through taps
- If tobacco is allowed openly in school
- Today’s life has given stress
- If there is no discipline in society
- Abusive language is used in school
- If society have schools meant for only one gender
- Schools are managed only by adolescents
- If empathy is totally removed from human race
- If adolescence don’t have parents
- If a child chooses stream in the influence of peer/family
- If a child is exposed to electronic media ,24 hours
- Boy and girl can be just friends
- If teachers are allowed to choose their students
In this students of class IX-XII were divided into heterogeneous groups and each group was given a situation to express their ideas through posters and role play as per the topics given. All the groups made very expressive poster for the situation given to them and all the students exhibited plus minus and interesting facts of the situation given beautifully. Students were also given worksheet to know and love themselves. The students were there called upon to enact their students in front of all. They displayed the problem with solution in as very efficient manner.The program ended with 20 minutes address by the Chief Guest Lt Cdr(retd) Yograj Singh touching upon prevalent issues and how to cope up with them . He, along with Principal, gave away the prize to the winners of Role Play and Poster Making. The Adolescence Education Programme was overall educative and interesting for students.
List of Books approved by a board of principals and teachers of the APS Birpur