On Thursday the 28th of March at Sandipani Muni School the yearly awards ceremony took place on the school stage: each class has four best students, the first three they generally receive an award for their study performance while the fourth award is given to those who have good behavior and good attendance. Apart from these awards there is an extra one for those who have excelled amongst the whole school: one for the Primary section(elementary) and one for the juniors(secondary), plus one for the seniors(the Inter College students). There have been a few surprises this year in terms of those students who performed well, although several familiar faces have continued to show consistence by yet winning another award , repeating the previous years trend. The results of the exams of the 10th and 12th graders will be announced in a few months. At the moment we are in the […]
The yearly appointment with the end of term exams always decrees new beginnings: for those students who have reached the 12th grade standard it’s a farewell to their Alma Mater while for those who have passed their 8th grade exams it’s a progression from SMS to SMIC(Secondary to Intercollege) for an extra 4 terms prior to completion of their studies. It’s a time to celebrate collectively personal achievements and to express gratitude towards those teachers who have made the journey possible. The ceremonies, better known as “Farewell parties” are organized by the students themselves in the form of a party where dancing, singing, games and eulogies take place, with class teachers and school principals in attendance, who towards the end of the ceremony award a token of appreciation to each and every student. FFLV,proud of the students achievements, wishes good luck to all the 8th and 12th graders in the […]
On Saturday the 16th of March, Sandipani Muni Intercollege 11th Grade Classes were invited to attend a Theatrical performance based on the Mahabharata (Titled “The Queen’s secret”) at the ISKCON Auditorium in Noida. A Ninety minute performance based on the history of Queen Kunti, the play was interpreted in a contemporary way while maintaining the original storyline. Our students who were familiar with the script truly enjoyed the performance and expressed their appreciation during and at the end of it. The students had the opportunity to spend some time with the actresses and actors and they were served a full meal prior to their return to Vrindavan.