“CBSE” board exams-2023 for “class 10”

Greenwood Group of Schools

CBSE Board Exam 2023 Datesheet Updates, Download CBSE 2023 Time-Table Live at The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) on Thursday released the date sheet for the 2023 board exams. The detailed board sheet is now available at the official CBSE website —

According to the official notification, the CBSE board exams 2023 for class 10 will commence from February 15, 2023 and conclude on March 21, 2023. Similarly, class 12 board exams will take place between February 15, 2023 and April 5, 2023. Exams will begin at 10:30 am. Most exams will be of three hours duration and conclude at 1:30 pm, while some will be of two hours duration and conclude at 12:30 pm.

From the Director’s Desk…

Dear Students,

My warm wishes to you. I want to suggest you how to utilize our REVISION PROGRAM to get maximum benefits.

I feel that no one in this world is born without intelligence.

God has given every one the same composition of mind. It depends on you how to utilize it for your success.

If you have a definite target in life, you can easily collect all your
powers and focus them on that goal.

If you remain determined for your goal, just like the pole star, you would not be affected by any challenges or struggle of your life. If you become a pole star, your future generations would respect you and follow in your footsteps.

The famous English poet, Robert Frost, has written a poem. I would like to quote some lines here to focus more on that topic

Woods are lovely, dark and deep,
And I’ve promises to keep.
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

Here, the line “And miles to go before I sleep” has been repeated.
This is an emphasis on the self-determination and strong resolution of a person who wants to do a lot before he sleeps (dies).

You are self-illuminated, just like the Sun. You possess fuel in the form of energy and wick in the form of willpower. Then, which power can stop you from getting lighted up or move towards your goal?

You keep sharpening your willpower and caliber at all points of time. Learn to trust yourself. You possess unlimited powers within you. Do not let your self-confidence go down. Keep yourself enlightened and aware;

if you do so on a consistent basis, no one can stop you from succeeding.

The most beautiful thing in this world is to see your parents smiling and
the next best thing is to know that you are the reason behind that smile.

Most of the students are functionally very strong and behaviorally very weak and often their reason for failure is not lack of knowledge or hard work but lack of motivation and positive attitude. And for you to have positive attitude towards your preparation, it is very important to answer the following question.

” Why am I studying” ?

Every task should have a sense of purpose or motive behind it.

So, first define the purpose whether

  • it is your passion
  • to make your parents happy
  • or something else.

Some important tips to follow :

# Results of a survey said that the difference between topper and slow learner is not much in terms of subject knowledge, intelligence or hard work, but the major difference is in terms of study techniques and approach towards exam.

# You should possess a great determination so that you are ready to quit (sacrifice) the most important things you like. (Watching movies or chatting with friends or something else)

# Have concrete faith in you. You are what your thoughts are. If you think you can, then you can.

Small Tip: To achieve this state of mind, stop speaking negative about anyone or anything and see the magical power of your brain.

To get benefit in revision plan :

# Though we give a revision plan, every student must plan again in that according to his/her abilities. Suppose if you are given 2 hours for Social, then you should preplan how and what to study in that given time.

# Analyze yourself daily in the night whether you prepared the whole day as you wished. If not, then list out the mistakes made by you like chatting with friends, wasting time, not taking care of health etc. and plan accordingly how to rectify them the next day.

# Write your purpose in a book to excel in exams and read that daily at least once.

# Teachers are there to guide and support you. So, you should not hesitate to ask them even a single thing which obstructs your growth.

# This is exclusively for those who struggle to pass in the exams. Follow the
instructions given by your teachers sincerely. Do not think negatively about
them. They are just to guide you and support you.

# Suppose if you are good at Maths then give more time for preparing other subjects.

Mindset before writing an exam.

# Say to yourself before writing every exam that this is the final exam and you should put forth your maximum efforts to excel in it.

# Don’t forget to revise what you had read so many days before the exam.

# Every exam conducted will show how you have prepared for that exam.

# Your performance in exams indicates your preparation.

# Every exam gives you a chance to rectify yourself before writing the final exam.

What to do after an exam is conducted (or) papers are given back?

Analyze yourself in the following areas.

Have I presented in order ?

  • Handwriting
  • Neatness
  • Mistakes
  • Your absolute ( maximum) score.

Plan yourself how to rectify the above .

Write all the mistakes done by you in a book, Inspite of your sincere efforts, you have committed that mistakes. Hence, you should revise every time from then onwards before writing any exam in that chapter.

# Rectification is the only way to develop yourself.

Things to be kept in mind:

# You are going to revise each chapter you have studied only after 2 months. So you have to revise thoroughly now itself so that it takes very less time after 2 months.

# Your daily analysis and performance analysis in exam are going to take you to the expected peaks.

# Never think of any other thing or the persons till you reach your goal.

How to overcome exam tension?

  • Speak openly with your friends or teachers about your problem and follow their suggestions.

(Mind is like a parachute, it works best when it is open)

  • One more suggestion is that it would be better if you get experience before writing the
    schedule tests. i.e. ask your friend / teacher to conduct a pretest and analyze not to repeat the mistakes.


Whenever you are not getting out of your problems,

read this once again. You will definitely find a solution.



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from the #founders’ pen! (Assessing Students Post Corona…)

Assessing Students…Post Corona…

#Subject   #skill   #knowledge…

An exam tests how the student has performed on a distinct day. It is not a genuine source of grading a student’s knowledge and intelligence. If a student scores well all year but disappoints to perform well on the day of the exam due to any reason, would that mean lack of performance of the student or lack of knowledge of the student on that day? One should think of answering this themselves and then comprehend how fairly students are assessed based on a piece of paper.

Every year millions of learners around the globe take exams, and most of them work hard and struggle to accomplish good grades because they desire to prove they are the best. This competition encourages students to work harder and acts as a motivation for them. The most significant part is that students learn to manage competition which they are unquestionably going to face later in life.

Practical exams strengthen confidence and dispense the real picture of the individual. Learning and reading technical lines from the book can make the individual think that they are equipped to face challenges in life but practicing it in real life shows how much more they need to work.

In order to score well, students usually focus more on rote rehearsal and ignore the concepts. They do receive good grades, but the price is the reduced knowledge because, after some days, most students forget what they learned, and the effort of schools/colleges goes down the drain. This approach minimizes the practical capabilities of students. The grades these students gain in exams won’t guarantee success in practical life!

As soon as the season of the exam arrives, it brings stress and anxiety with it. The stress of scoring well in an exam and the anxiety of failing an exam can make life very challenging for students. Some stress is necessary to motivate students to study, but extreme stress can lead to increased blood pressure and other serious health issues.

During exams, the child may fear about receiving bad grades, which destroy their happiness. A distressed child is more likely to get depressed, and this can be very harmful to their health. Depression originated by exams can have a very adverse impact on the child’s being!

 The learning capacity is different for every child. A significant problem caused by examinations is the comparison that is created between children/students, ignoring the fact that all individuals are distinct from each other. Some students learn new concepts efficiently, while others are more skilled at sports.

On the other hand, there is no doubt that Examination can energize students, rendering them motivation to learn things. Quite like games, exams also generate competition among students. Exams are a push and pressure that every student necessitates in life. Exams examine not only a student but also improve their knowledge.

Hence as parents and Educators, it is more important to strike a balance and create better learning environment for children both at School and at Home….

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“Painting Workshop” @ Greenwood Erragattugutta

Greenwood Group of Schools @ Erragattugutta

Possessing creativity is very essential in one’s life to be successful. Being connected with this world of creativity is something that one should be doing from one’s tender age. Art is a great way for children to develop their creativity. It not only helps the brain development of the younger ones but also to express themselves freely. It unlocks problem solving and builds fine motor skills and mental health among them.

At Greenwood High School, we always invigorate the students to be creative by edifying the artistic skills among them. For accomplishing our goal of making our students facile artists, we organized an Art Club at School. From this Art Club, around 30 students participated in the Painting Workshop held from 13 November to 19 November, 2022 and brought out their scintillating 30 canvas paintings with acrylic colors.

This workshop was organized by the Art Teacher Banaja Sahoo who teaches the students many art techniques like proportions, perspectives, color theory and so on. During the workshop the most revered Director of our school Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu had frequent visits and shared his valuable ideas and suggestions with the young artists.  

The 30 Paintings of those young artists of Greenwood, painted during the Painting Workshop, were kept on exhibition on the day of Parents visit for local outing on 20 November, 2022. Many visitors were fascinated by artistic skills of the students and acclaimed them.

The Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu visited the exhibition’s gallery and commended the efforts and efficacious painting skills of the students and also commented that he hoped some of those students might choose fine art for their career and devote themselves for art in their future.

In addition to many parents and students, CAO of Greenwood Group of Schools Mr. A. Prabhu Kumar, Academic Principal  Mr. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar and Administrative Principal Mr. T. Pavan Kumar  visited the art gallery and appreciated the students.  

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Greenwoodians Awardees and Message by Director Sir

Greenwood Group of Schools @ Hunter Road

Morning assembly is a part of every school life. Children come together for the prayer and see different informative acts done by one respective class. 

Greenwood assemblies are unique in their own way. Every Thursday the school cabinet comes together to show their leadership quality and help the students learn some values with fun. 

Today (17-11-22) our Director Sir Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu sir had come to the school premises and started the proceeding by hoisting the Indian Flag, everyone gave a salute and sang the national song to respect the flag. It was follow by our Head-girl hoisting the school flag and then Ruby president hoisting the Ruby flag.

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Word of encouragement were given by the head-girl as the mid term exams are approaching.

Good thought with its meaning made the day whole lot better. 

A lot of activities were held in Greenwood in the past month. In presence of Director Sir, we took the opportunity to reward the students who did their best and appealed themselves throughout the activities held in school.

First English Club activity ( class 7)  winner were announced and certificate were given,

1st and 2nd prize were crowned to students of 7th Bose who showcased their amazing acting skills.

Science Club activity (class 8)  winners were announced and certificates were given,

1st prize – 8th Newton 

2nd prize – 8th Ramanujan

Coming to the big event GIST. To encourage all the young minds, not one or two but multiple certificates were given to students from Each category of Science.

 Students were joyful and decides to Move Heaven and Earth for the upcoming events.

Coming to the finale, certificates were given to NCC. National Cadet Corps students, who went to the CATC (Combine Annual Training Camp – IX) in the month of November. 

Director sir expressed his thoughts and appreciated all the students for their achievements. He also motivated all the other students To Come Off With Flying Colours in the upcoming exams.

(Ms.Rida – Department of English)

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Winter Sports Carnival  2022 and CHILDREN’S DAY Celebrations @ Greenwood Erragattugutta

Greenwood Group of Schools @ Erragattugutta

Children are the best creation of God. They spread happiness in every season. Post covid, these smiles are evident on the faces of every child at Greenwood High school, Erragattugutta.

To commemorate Pandit Jawaharlal’s Nehru’s birthday, on Nov 14th the Greenwoodians celebrated the day with great vigor and excitement. Another marvelous thing about this day is that “The Winter Sports Carnival 2022” kicked off to a wonderful start. All around the campus, fun and excitement  filled the minds of our enthusiastic kids.

The program commenced at 8.45am with the arrival of the chief guest of the day our beloved Director Sri. Dr. Girrem Bharadwaja Naidu.

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He was accompanied by chief Administrative officer Sri A.Prabhu Kumar, Academic principal Sri V.V.V.Naveen Kumar and Administrative Principal Sri T.Pavan Kumar. A warm welcoming and ushering ceremony followed thereafter Our school Head girl – K. Jashmitha and Head boy  L. Karthik officially welcomed the guests to the ceremony. Sports captains B. Anirudh Sharma and K. Reethu Patel lead the chief guests to the dais with the accomplishment of NCC students, Marching squadrons. Children’s with dumbbells, Hoops and lezims added color to the March.

Later, the program was officially opened by offering prayers to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Our Director Sir hoisted the National Flag and the winter sports carnival Flag. A colorful and vibrant March past of all the 4 houses captains, Agni House Captains – Mr. G. Abhiram and Ms. J. Bhuvana, Brahmos House Captains – Mr. S. Deekshith and Ms. K. Tirhsika, Prithvi House captains – Mr. A. Sudeep and Ms. M. Sanjana and Tirshul House Captains – Mr. K. Stalin and Ms. R. Sai Srujitha, Sports and games participant students with their mentors followed by children with dumbbells,lezims and hoops added much color to the March past during the guard of honor.

Our Director Sir later released the winter sports carnival poster and the schedule of the sports carnival. A white dove representing peace, freedom and love was released soaring into the sky. With the lightning of the torch, the winter sports carnival was officially inaugurated. The dumbbells drill by the boys, lezim dance by the girls and the hoops performance by the students excited the entire audience who kept applauding throughout. This was followed by Prize Distribution.


Class – IV     B. Pranith

Class – V      R. Kushi

Class – VII     V. Yashwanth

Class – VIII    S. Anvesh Chandra Reddy

Class – IX      K. Maniteja

Class –  X      M. Rea

Class – X       V. Srivardhan


Class – IV    D. Devansh

Class – V     Ch. Sai Manaswith

Class – VI    J. Sriram Reddy

Class – VII   E. Pranathi

Class – VIII  K. Aditya Raman

Class – IX    E. Pooja Sri

Class – X     G. Jashwanth


Class – IV    P. Atharva

Class – V     S. Vishwateja

Class – VI    N. Sidda Laxman Reddy

Class – VII    J. Nandishwar

Class – VIII   T. Akshara and K. Adithya

Class – IX     J. Pallavi and  K. Prasanth

Class – X      M. Hansika, Aman Thakur and M. Nishindra


        A fun filled volley ball match was officially declared open with the chief guest Sri Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu being introduced to the teams. This was followed by volley ball and throw ball matches for boys and girls. There was an air of relief evident on the faces of all our kids. The winter sports carnival will extend to the whole week from 14-11-2022 to 19-11-2022, where we would be witnessing some neck to neck races and breaking of records. A variety of children’s day programs like skits, dances and speeches added much vigor to the day. A Hindi skit presented by the primary students kept the audience filled with laughter. On the whole everything in Greenwood is fun filled vibrant and at the same time educative.

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        From the #founder’s pen

        # Save the Girl child# #Educate the Girl child#

        Violence against children is widespread and remains a harsh reality for millions of children from all socio-economic groups in India. The girls in India face early marriage, domestic abuse, sexual violence, violence at home and in school, trafficking, online violence, child labour and bullying. All forms of violence, abuse and exploitation have lifelong consequences on children’s lives. 

        Violence takes place in all setting: at home, school, childcare institutions, work and in the community. Often violence is perpetrated by someone known to the child. 

        All children have the right to grow in a safe and nurturing family environment. Yet, across the world, children continue to be separated or are at a risk of being separated from their families. These children include those living on the streets, transport terminals, and childcare institutions as well as child workers or child victims of human trafficking. 

         In the absence of viable options, institutional care is the primary response for children in such situations. But as responsible adults we must do our part in educating our teenagers, especially our innocent little ones who don’t know how to express their fears.

        Education starts at home and is taken to a higher level at schools and colleges. It is our collective responsibility as parents, teachers and school management to ensure that our wards are aware of the negative side of our society as prevention is always better than cure.

        As per the level of the child’s understanding capacity, he or she must be warned against kidnappers and sexual abusers. Awareness about good and bad touch, over familiarity, blackmailing, bullying must be discussed both at school and at home. This is possible only when the child is comfortable and able to confide with us. This rapport needs to be built by us continuously as it is not a once in a while affair.

        Vigilance is the need of the day as once the horrendous deed is done, there is nothing left to do but lament.

        Anger and shock at child sexual abuse and violence against children are not enough. We all need to come together to #END# violence against children. 

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        Discipline is Of paramount importance for students

        Hunter Road @ Greenwood group of Schools : Our Director Sir had spoken about the importance of discipline and stated that the School Rules cannot be broken. Three students of Class IX brought Mobile Phones to the School which was strictly prohibited. These students were called onto the stage and instructed to drop their devices in a bucket full of water with their own hands. This act, which was very thoughtful, was witnessed by all the students learnt that the School rules cannot be violated and the consequences of every violating so would result in disciplinary action.

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        ncc a platform for cadets to learn the Army way of life

        Erragattugutta (Greenwood High School ) :

        The day in the camp starts with the roll call at 6.00 am followed by hour of physical training and outdoor sports such as Cross country running, Kho Kho, Tug of war, Volley Ball and other sports . After an hour rest for Breakfast, the cadets are trained in Drill and other Military Subjects such as Map Reading, Field Craft and Battle Craft as well as motivated to take up adventure sports such as parasailing , Mountaineering , Rock Climbing and Trekking.

        The cadets get exposed to the military strategies such as section formation, fire and movement of a group of soldiers to close in an attack by the enemy.

        The Cadets also Learn Practical aspect of first-Aid, a basic fire fighting techniques and how to handle of incase of fire emergencies.

        The Cadets get instructed in weapon training and also have the chance to handle weapons.

        The camp thus help the cadets to be selected for the Republic Day parade every year through the rigorous training.

        The cadets get an awareness on Blood Donation , organ donation as well as legal aspects that help them appreciate social togetherness. This helps them to pickup leadership skills and be future leaders.

        Cadets also learn to maintain health and hygiene through yoga and other exercises.

        Therefore, the camp routine helps the cadets appreciate the four cardinal principles of leadership

        • Obey with a Smile
        • Be Punctual
        • Make no excuses
        • Work hard and without fuss and

        The Director Sir Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu appreciated the regimental way of life that cadets learn in the camp which helps them to have skills to tackle future life challenges and thus be model citizens.

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        Director sir surprisingly visited the NCC Camp in Mamunoor!

        Erragattugutta ( Greenwood High School ) : It is already known that 37 cadets of Greenwood High School 15 girls and 22 boys are attending the CATC-VIII camp at the Police Training Centre in Mamunooru which is being organised under the supervision of 10(T)Bn. NCC Warangal from 14-10-2022 to 21-10-2022.

        Our honourable and beloved Director Mr. DR. G. Bharadwaja Naidu garu, accompanied by C.A.O Mr .A.Prabhu Kumar and Administrative Principal Mr . T. Pavan Kumar, has paid a visit to the CATC-VIII camp on 17th evening and spent his valuable time with the students in the camp and encouraged them to take part in the camp activities with great enthusiasm. The surprise visit of the director sir made the cadets to have cheerful and memorable moments with him.

        Today’s Rifle Shooting in NCC Camp

        • As a part of NCC training today (18-10-2022) morning, the cadets have been given training in rifle shooting in which all the cadets have taken part with great interest and anxiety.

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        The Sacred Way to Thank a Parent is to be Disciplined, and be a good student says Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the Director of Greenwood Group Schools

        Erragattugutta ( Main Campus ) : The Sacred Way to Thank a Parent is to be Disciplined, and be a good student says Dr . G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the Director of Greenwood Group of Schools

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        Erragattugutta ( Greenwood High School ) :

        GREENWOOD HIGH SCHOOL HEAD BOY, HEAD GIRL and the House Secretaries of various posts of the STUDENT COUNCIL -2022-23 , took oath on 21ST SEPTEMBER before the CHIEF ELECTION COMMISSIONER Shri. Dr. G. BHARADWAJA NAIDU .

        The oath taking ceremony was held at the school campus, which was attended by Dr. Girrem Bharadwaja Naidu, the Director as well as the CEC , Mr. V.V.V Naveen Kumar, the Academic Principal , Mr. T. Pavan Kumar, the Administrative Principal , Mr. Ranjith Behera, the Election Commissioner, Mr. Satheesan Achari, the Returning Officer and other teaching and non-teaching staff.

        Earlier in the month of July, the election to the Head Boy and Head Girl – 2022-23 was held in the campus.
        Lakkam Karthik of Xth Aryabhatta and K. Jashmitha of Xth Kalam was elected as the Head Boy and the Head Girl respectively. G. Bhardwaja Naidu, the Chief Election Commissioner administered the oath of office to them.

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        Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the School Director, had on the ceremony highlighted why this election was conducted, saying that he would ensure the smooth functioning of the School through a Self-Governing body of the students . He said it is very essential to bring self-discipline among the students through such Council.

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        The Academic Principal Mr. VVV. Naveen Kumar , in his speech said, the conducting of Democratic Election is very essential process in our country as it is the largest Democratic Country of the world. The School election was a part of teaching how do democratic elections take place and what are the roles and responsibilities of the elected representatives.

        The Administrative Principal Mr. T. Pavan Kumar said that the involvement of students in the day-to-day process of the School governing, will bring excellent output as the students can understand better the problems of them and they can solve it by bringing such issues to the notice of the School Management.

        Dr. G.Bharadwaja Naidu, the Director, Felicitated Mr. satheesan Achari and Mr. Ranjith Behera , the social Science faculties, for taking the risk and responsibilities for conducting the election process in well-disciplined manner

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        STUDENT COUNCIL BOYS – 2022-2023


        U. SAI RAM
        G. RISHI

        STUDENT COUNCIL GIRLS – 2022-2023


        D. SHARISHMA

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        G-Times, Greenwood’s Magazine, is launched in Hunter Road Campus

        G-Times, the much awaited magazine of Greenwood High School is launched by honourable Director Sir Shri Dr . G Bharadwaja Naidu gaaru, at the Hunter Road Campus of Greenwood High schools. Director Sir unveiled the logo and launched the website with the url
        CAO Prabhu Kumar Sir, Principal Manjula Devi, Vice-Principal Mahender, and ACOs K. Srikanth and K. Harshavardhan are present on the occasion, and cheerfully applauded the new initiative.

        Director sir encouraged all the students to visit the website during the holidays. Also, he mentioned how Greenwood High School recruited, for the first time, an engineer to look after the software related matters of GTimes. He also introduced Software Engineer & SMM Mr. Naresh and appreciated his efforts in turning Gtimes a reality in a short time.

        Addressing the gathered students on the occasion, Director Sir Bharadwaja Naidu mentioned how Greenwood is always ahead of others in taking student and parent friendly initiatives. Gtimes, the online magazine is accessible to all students and parents with a few clicks. He underlined that all can easily access academic calendar, student cabinet details, regular updates about various school programs, and different activities taken up in the school, etc.

        The portal will also host a Students Blog where students can write about their school, life and on such issues that are relevant to their peers and useful to society in large, he underlined.

        Director Sir concluded his speech wishing everyone present a Happy Dassara.

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        G Times, the mirror of greenwood (Gtimes website launched)

        Erragattugutta (Greenwood High School) : This day, 21 September 2022, is indeed a memorable day in the annals of Greenwood Group of Schools.

        Today, our beloved Director Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu along with our Academic Principal, Sri VVV Naveen Kumar and Administrative Principal Sri T Pavan Kumar has launched the much coveted and awaited ‘Gtimes Website’ powered by Greenwood Group of Schools.

        :::::: Mr. Ananthula Naresh, Software Engineer and SMM of Greenwood Group of Schools has designed and developed it.

        :::::: While addressing the students, teaching and non-teaching staff of Greenwood Residential School, Hasanparthy, Hanamkonda, on this happy occasion, Dr. Bharadwaja Naidu enlightened one and all about the usefulness of this Website. He said that the information about the Greenwood Group of Schools would now be available to the students, parents and the staff at their fingertips.  

        ::::::::: The students, teachers and the parents can now access the school activities, profiles of students and teachers with ease. The School calendar, holiday and examination schedule will also be available on this website.

        :::::: Our beloved Director Sir added that soon more and more features are going to be to enhance the utility of this website. He further said that this Website caters not only to the Greenwood Residential Campus but also to the other Greenwood Campuses like Greenwood High Schools at Gopalpur, Hanamkonda, Hunter Road, Warangal and Mancherial also.

        Every member of the Greenwood Family felt very much elated and overjoyed about this Website.

        Now all the members of the Greenwood Family may visit this Website at 

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        Greenwood Innovations in Science and Technology

        Greenwood high school,  Hunter Road Day Campus organized GIST – 2022 (Greenwood Innovations in Science and Technology) on 30th Aug 2022 (Tuesday).

        • For better conduction of the fair the themes have been identified and allocated to guide teachers to oversee the preparations.
        • The themes and guide teachersare as follows.
        1. Fun with Science – Mrs. Shailaja Reddy
        2. Science in Daily Life – Mrs. Nasreen
        3. Little Toys and big Science – Mr. Pradeep
        4. Fun with Indicators  – Mr. Ramesh
        5. Marvelous magnetics – Mr. Dharmadev
        6. Wing of Anatomy – Mrs. Shahida
        • In all across the themes and subjects 90 projects have been exhibited that day. It would not have been possible without unwavering support of the director sir and the school management. Science department is thankful for that.
        • As a part of school level Idea sharing competition, in our GIST – 2022, Director Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu sir and dignitaries including their District Science officer Srinivas Sir and District Co-ordinator Kiran sir gave their feedback and suggestions to our junior scientists, who made our program successful.

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        Teachers Day – Hounouring Teachers is Honouring our Future

        Today, the Teachers Day was celebrated in our Greenwood High School to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan our former President of our country. 

        Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan was a great scholar and philosopher and was a much-decorated teacher.

        Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the Director of our Group of Schools accompanied by Sri Prabhu Kumar, the CEO of our Group of Schools, Sri VVVV Naveen Kumar, the academic Principal, Sri Pavan Kumar, the Administrative Principal and all the teachers were invited to the dais with Guard of Honour.

        The celebrations started with the hoisting of our National Flag by Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu followed by the floral tributes and breaking of the coconuts to mark this auspicious occasion.

        The cutting of the cake marked the beginning of honouring the teachers and the other support staff with flower bouquets and beautiful mementoes.

        Dr. Bharadwaja Naidu delivered an awe-inspiring speech highlighting the value and importance of a teacher in the lives of children. His message was marked these golden words, “Trust your teacher, you will learn everything.”

        Many students spoke on the occasion thanking their teachers and lauding their efforts to enlighten them in all speres.

        Teachers are then made to play some interesting games in front of the children which amused the children and teachers alike.

        The cultural activities that followed entertained one and all.

        Today will be cherished as one of the finest and most memorable day in the lives of one and all who took part in these celebrations.

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