February 2024

Lit Fest (Class-IV) – 2024

On the inaugural day of the JGIS LIT FEST 2023-24, the students of Class IV  showcased their talents by presenting stories from Ruskin Bond's "Thick as Thieves" on 5th February, 2024. Through their proficient acting and confident oration, they skillfully conveyed the significance of friendship and the impact of school life on everyone. The skit not only highlighted the role of teachers in shaping students' lives but also incorporated humorous moments, music, and dance, leaving the audience in awe.

Lit Fest (Class-II) - 2024

“Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world”. Students of Class-II presented the novel “Alice in Wonderland” on 6th February, 2024. Students showcased their talents through dance and drama. Emphasis was given to the development of all different kinds of skills so that each student gets exposure. Stories restore imagination and instill hope again and again.

Ms. Abhignya Sajja, an author and writer was the chief guest for the day.

Lit Fest (Class-I) – 2024

On 7th February, 2024, the 3rd day of the JGIS LIT FEST, the students of Class-I, showcased their talents by presenting the book, The Cat in The Hat by Dr. Suess. The chief guest for the day was Mr. Dhvanit Thaker, the popular RJ from Radio Mirchi, a Gujarati singer and actor who is currently associated with philanthropic activities.  

Lit Fest (Class-V) – 2024

On 8th February, 2024 the students of Class-V portrayed a heartwarming story called Charlotte’s Web written by E.B White. It was a story which strengthened the momentousness of values such as selflessness and commitment in friendship. The students were able to bring the novel characters to life by their magnificent facial expressions, body language and eye contact. The play had enthusiastic dancers who were extremely agile and took the play to the next level. The play characters were completely involved in their role and performed it with complete conviction.

Lit Fest (Class-VIII) – 2024

On 14th February, 2024, the eighth day of the JGIS LIT FEST, the students of Class-VIII presented a stupendous performance of two plays based on their novels ‘Ahimsa’ by Supriya Kelkar and ‘The Hobbit’ by J.R.R. Tolkien. The play portrayed the elements of patriotism, equality, untouchability and unity. The efforts of a small girl and the determination that came out of her innocent mind became a reason for equal education opportunities for the marginalized section of the society.

Lit Fest (Class-VII) – 2024

On 13th February, 2024, the seventh day of the JGIS LitFest, the students of class VII showcased a commendable level of commitment when they showcased a story 'The Homecoming' from their novel, 'Tales from Rabindranath Tagore' and The Diary of a Young Girl - Anne Frank'. The performance resonated with the audience through its emotional depth and engaging character portrayals. This story left a very heartening message: There is no place like home and the importance of appreciating and finding contentment in one’s roots and the simplicity of home.

Holding Section Sports Day Celebration – 2024

Toys and games, magic in small things, where innocence and joy take wings. A symphony of laughter brightly spun, forever young! On that note, the Sports Festival of classes Nursery to II was held on 17th February, 2024. The theme this year for JGIS Sports Festival was ‘Toys, Tumble & Triumph’. Chairman Dr. M P Chandran, Principal Dr. Kavita Sharma, parents, and staff members attended the event. It was a delight to see the props of every race that were eye-catching, and children completed each race with enthusiasm and perseverance.

Vasant Panchami Celebration - 2024

On 14th February, 2024, Vasant Panchami was celebrated in JGIS. On this day we worship Maa Saraswati, the goddess of learning to invoke her blessings on all of us.

 Aarti was done by the Principal, Dr. Kavita Sharma, Head – HR & Administration, Ms. Rekha Anil and Manager-Parent Relations Officer, Ms. Rema Nair, all the staff members and students.  Later Prasad was distributed.