Aesthetic Sense, and Integration of Art in Life

25/02/2024, SUN

Let me take some time to talk about something, that is not only dear to my heart but also integral to the development of every individual – the aesthetic sense and the integration of art into our lives.

Let’s start by understanding what aesthetic sense truly means. Aesthetic sense refers to our ability to appreciate and recognize beauty in the world around us. It’s about finding joy and inspiration in the colours of a sunset, the melody of a song, or the strokes of a painting. Developing a strong aesthetic sense is crucial as it enhances our quality of life, enriches our experiences, and fosters a deeper connection with the world.

Now, the integration of art into our lives is like adding a splash of colour to a blank canvas. Art is not just about paintings hanging in a gallery; it’s a dynamic force that surrounds us. It’s in the way we arrange our rooms, the melodies we hum, and even the way we express ourselves through dance or poetry.

Art has the power to evoke emotions, stimulate creativity, and broaden our perspectives. By integrating art into our daily routines, we infuse our lives with a sense of beauty and creativity that goes beyond the ordinary. It’s about finding art in the simple things, whether it’s the swirls of steam rising from a cup of tea or the laughter of children playing in the schoolyard.

As an educational institution, we recognize the importance of nurturing the artistic talents of our students. Our art programs are not just about creating future artists; they are about fostering a lifelong appreciation for creativity and beauty. Through art, we encourage our students to explore, experiment, and express themselves in ways that go beyond textbooks and exams.

By integrating art into our curriculum, we are not only preparing our students for future careers but also helping them become well-rounded individuals who can find joy and inspiration in every aspect of life. It’s about equipping them with the tools to navigate the complexities of the world with a creative and open mind.

In conclusion, let us strive to cultivate a strong aesthetic sense within ourselves and our children. Let us embrace the integration of art into our lives, recognizing its transformative power. As we embark on this journey, let us remember that a life infused with art is a life truly well-lived.

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Makara Sankranti, Festival of Unity Prosperity and Joy

As this is the festive season, let me take this opportunity to share a few words with you all about the role Makara Sankranti plays all that it symbolizes in our lives.

Sankranti, also known as Makar Sankranti, is a Hindu festival that marks the transition of the Sun into the zodiac sign of Makara (Capricorn). It usually takes place around January 14th every year. The festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and varies in name and traditions across different regions of India. Here are some key aspects of the significance, symbolism, and traditions associated with Sankranti:

Solar Transition and Harvest Festival:

Sankranti is primarily a solar event that marks the end of the winter solstice and the beginning of longer days. It is also considered a harvest festival in many parts of India, as it signifies the time when crops like sugarcane, sesame, and pulses are harvested.

Symbolism of Sun and Light:

The movement of the Sun into the northern hemisphere is associated with the triumph of light over darkness, symbolizing knowledge, wisdom, and the dispelling of ignorance.The festival represents the gradual increase in daylight and the promise of warmer days ahead.

Traditional Rituals and Customs:

People take ritual baths in rivers, especially in the Holy Rivers, and offer prayers to the Sun god during this time.

Flying kites is a popular tradition during Sankranti, symbolizing the breaking free from the darkness of ignorance into the bright light of knowledge.

Bonfires and Community Celebrations:

In some regions, Bhogi Mantalu, bonfires are lit on the eve of Sankranti, symbolizing the end of the winter season and the onset of longer days.

Community gatherings, cultural programs, and feasts are common during the festival, fostering a sense of unity and togetherness.

Special Foods:

Special dishes are prepared using newly harvested crops. In many places, sesame seeds and jaggery are used to make sweets like tilgul (sesame and jaggery laddoos). Pongal, a dish made with newly harvested rice, is a popular delicacy in South India during this festival.

Regional Variations:

Sankranti is celebrated under different names such as Pongal in Tamil Nadu, Uttarayan in Gujarat, Lohri in Punjab, and Magh Bihu in Assam.The traditions and customs associated with Sankranti can vary across regions, reflecting the diversity of Indian culture.

Cattle Worship:

In some rural areas, cattle are adorned with colorful accessories and worshiped during Sankranti as they play a crucial role in agriculture.

Charity and Good Deeds:

The festival emphasizes the importance of charity and helping those in need. Many people donate food, clothing, and other essentials to the less fortunate.

In summary, Sankranti holds cultural, agricultural, and spiritual significance in India. It is a time for rejoicing, gratitude, and the renewal of life as nature begins to bloom after the winter season.

Here are my greetings for you all and blessings for all the children.

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Mathematics is in its own way, the poetry of logical ideas

Greenwood High school, Hunter Road has organized Maths quiz for classes 6th 7th and 8th  on 22 December to commemorate the National Mathematics Day and also the birth anniversary of the mathematics legend Srinivasa Ramanujan.

The event began at 10 AM as the students gathered in the assembly premises. The students of class 8 Kalam P. Sahasra Sai and 7 Bose Shivani welcomed everyone and initiated the program.

Honourable Principal Manjula Devi madam vice principal Mahender sir and ACO Harshavardhan sir paid their respect to the portrait of Srinivasa Ramanujan.

The quiz began with the introduction of participants. 16 students in all were qualified from classes 6-8 in the preliminary test, which was  conducted on 13 December 2023. 

And with this 4 teams were formed:

  1. Algebros
  2. Calcolics
  3. Py-thons
  4. Questors 

The quiz comprised of 6 rounds :

  • Arithmetic round
  • Geometry round
  • Mathematics formulae round
  • Mathematicians round
  • Algebra round
  • Rapid fire 
  • The intense Quiz began.

All the teams spared no effort in Solving the problems and kept the Audience at the edge of their seats throughout. 

The Audience were given an opportunity to answer 2 questions at the end of each round and were awarded with chocolate for correct answer.

There were two cultural performances by the students to bring some fun and musical relaxation to the participants and the Audience.

Ranjana (7Newton) Deekshita (8 Einstein) , Ifra (8 Newton) and saanvi (8 Newton) sang  melodious songs and mesmerised everyone.

After the thrilling Rapid fire round Team Questors emerged as the winners and Team Calcolics were the runner ups.

The event concluded with the speech of honorable Principal Mam who appreciated the efforts of the teachers and students while encouraging and motivating them to come forward and embrace their strength. 

Prizes and certificates  were given to the winners and runner ups by Principal mam and everyone applauded and appreciated the participants.

She applauded the efforts put in by everyone for this exciting event. The quiz enriched the knowledge and the curiosity of the students and boosted their confidence. Everyone enjoyed being a part of this intriguing event.

With this the gathering dispersed. 

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Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival Unveiled: A Grand Opening Ceremony of Winter Sports Carnival 2023-24

10/11/2023, FRI

#Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, Hanumakonda

The crisp November air was filled with anticipation as Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, gathered on 10 November, 2023 for the grand Opening Ceremony of the Winter Sports Carnival 2023-24. Excitement and camaraderie were palpable, setting the stage for a day of spirited competition and celebration.

The event began with a dignified procession, as the audience rose to welcome our esteemed guests. Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the honorable head of our Greenwood Group of Schools, along with Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar, General Manager, Sri. VVV Naveen Kumar, Academic Principal, Sri. T. Pavan Kumar, Administrative Principal, and Vice Principal Sri. V. Suresh Kumar, were escorted to the dais with a meticulously performed Guard of Honour, reflecting discipline and respect.

The opening words were eloquently delivered by R. Alekhya from the 10th Kalam section. Alekhya’s speech resonated with passion and eloquence, emphasizing the significance of the Winter Sports Carnival in fostering teamwork, discipline, and the spirit of healthy competition.

The solemnity of the occasion deepened as Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the respected head of our institution, hoisted the Indian National Flag. The fluttering tricolor served as a poignant reminder of our unity and shared national pride.

With hearts filled with patriotism, the entire assembly joined in unison to sing the National Anthem. The harmonious rendition echoed through the school grounds, reinforcing the spirit of unity.

The official inauguration took place with the hoisting of the Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival Flag. This symbolic act marked the commencement of the much-anticipated sporting extravaganza.

A vibrant parade followed, showcasing the diversity and unity within Greenwood High School. NCC cadets, Students Council members, All the four House Captains of Aravalli, Himalaya, Nilgiri and Vindhya along with their Members and Mentor Teachers, marched proudly, reflecting the rich tapestry of the school community.


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The official poster for the Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival: 2023-2024 was unveiled by Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, capturing the essence of the upcoming events. The visual spectacle showcased the variety of sports and activities, generating excitement among the participants and spectators.

Winter Sports Carnival Pledge and the Torch Relay:

The entire gathering solemnly took the Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival Pledge, administered by Dr. Sri. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, a commitment to fair play, sportsmanship, and unity. The collective promise echoed the ethos that would define the days ahead.

Later, A torch relay took place when Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu lit the torch and passed it to the torch bearers from different houses, symbolizing the passion and determination inherent in sports, commenced, spreading the spirit of sportsmanship throughout the school grounds.

Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu and Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar addressed the audience, sharing valuable insights on the importance of sports in education and personal development. Their words inspired and motivated everyone present.

During his speech, Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu expressed that organizing the annual winter sports carnival is a cherished tradition at Greenwood. Medals and certificates will be awarded for first, second, and third places in competitions such as Cricket, Khokho, Basketball, Throw Ball, Tennikoit, Carroms, Volleyball, Badminton, Chess, and Athletics.

Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu also mentioned that these sports event will span 15 days, with students grouped under the names of four prominent mountains: Aravalli, Nilgiri, Vindhya, and Himalaya. Emphasizing the physical strength gained through the sports meet, he noted that robust physical health often correlates with academic excellence. He suggested the students to identify their unique sporting interests and to excel in their chosen disciplines.

Furthermore, he highlighted the importance of sports achievements, particularly for those competing at the state and national levels, as such accolades prove beneficial for higher education.

The Director underscored that engagement in sports contributes to enhanced mental stability, instills the ability to gracefully accept victory and defeat, and fosters friendly relationships and camaraderie among students.

Clapping the Clapper – a Sign of the Beginning of the Sport Event:

The rhythmic clapping of the clapper resonated, officially marking the beginning of the Winter Sports Carnival. The collective energy in the air was electric, heralding the start of the much-anticipated sports events.

Inaugural Sports Matches:

The day culminated in thrilling sports matches, including the senior boys’ volleyball match between Nilgiri and Himalaya, won by the Himalaya team with two points, and the senior girls’ handball match between Aravalli and Himalaya, won by the Aravalli team in two straight sets.

The successful execution of the Opening Ceremony was a testament to the meticulous planning and coordination by the organizers. The event, expertly anchored by CH. Aapthika of 10th Satish Dawan under the mentorship of G. Krishna Rao, Teacher of English, set the stage for an unforgettable Winter Sports Carnival:2023-2024 at Greenwood High School.

The collective enthusiasm and sportsmanship displayed promised an exhilarating season ahead.

Report by: G Krishna Rao (Teacher of English)

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Diwali Celebration at Greenwood High School, Gopalpur : A Joyous Experience

11/11/2023, SAT

#diwali 2023 #Greenwood high school #hanumakonda

The Diwali celebration at Greenwood High School, Gopalpur, was nothing short of magical, leaving everyone in attendance with cherished memories and a heart full of joy.

The event unfolded with a beautiful ceremony of offering flowers and lighting the Diya, symbolizing the triumph of light over darkness.

The ambiance was set aglow as the entire school community came together for a moment of prayer, seeking blessings for a harmonious and prosperous Diwali.

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The welcome address by Mrs. Kavita Chawla, The Principal resonated with warmth, setting the perfect tone for the festivities that followed.

The highlight of the celebration was undoubtedly the Fancy Dress Competition for the pre-primary students.

The little ones, adorned in adorable costumes, stole the hearts of the audience, creating an atmosphere filled with laughter and admiration.

The dance performances by Grade 1 & 2, as well as Grade 6 & 7, showcased the incredible talent and enthusiasm of the students.

Each choreographed routine was a testament to the dedication and hard work put in by both students and teachers.

The skit that followed brought humor and insightful messages, leaving the audience thoroughly entertained.

The entire experience was not just a celebration of a festival; it was a collective expression of unity, talent, and the spirit of Diwali.

In retrospect, the Diwali celebration at Greenwood High School was more than an event; it was an experience that brought the school community together in a tapestry of colors, laughter, and shared joy.

It is these moments that create lasting bonds and make school life truly memorable.

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Cyber-Crimes – Potential Threats & Challenges

12/11/2023, SUN

#Founders’ Pen @greenwood high school

Cyber crime refers to criminal activities that are carried out using the internet and computer technology. These crimes can encompass a wide range of illegal activities, such as:

Cyber bullying: Bullies use digital platforms to harass, intimidate, or humiliate their victims, causing emotional distress. This can occur through text messages, social media, or online forums.

Online Harassment: Girls may face unwelcome advances, explicit messages, or stalking online, leading to feelings of insecurity and fear for their safety.

Sexting: Some individuals coerce girls into sending explicit photos or messages, which can be used for blackmail or harassment later on.

Grooming: Online predators build trust with young girls, often pretending to be someone they’re not, with the intention of exploiting them sexually or emotionally.

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Cat fishing: Perpetrators create fake profiles to deceive young girls, leading to emotionally charged online relationships based on lies and deceit.

Cyber stalking: Stalkers use digital means to track a girl’s online activities, gather personal information, and make her feel constantly watched and threatened.

Phishing: Scammers send deceptive emails or messages to trick girls into revealing sensitive information, such as passwords or credit card details.

Cyber-blackmail: Criminals may threaten to expose embarrassing or sensitive information about the girl unless she complies with their demands, leading to emotional distress and fear.

Hate Speech: Girls might be targeted with offensive and discriminatory language online, causing emotional harm and affecting their self-esteem.

Identity Theft: Cyber criminals can steal a girl’s personal information to impersonate her online, leading to various forms of exploitation and fraudulent activities.

Cyber-crime poses a significant threat to children; girl children in particular, making it crucial for them and their parents to be vigilant and proactive. In the digital age, girls are often targeted online, facing harassment, cyber bullying, and even exploitation.

It is crucial for parents, guardians and teachers to educate girls about these potential threats and teach them how to protect themselves online.

First of all, parents and guardians should play a pivotal role in safeguarding the girl children from cyber-crime. They should educate their children about online safety, teaching them about the dangers they might face and how to recognize and report suspicious activities. Parents should install reliable parental control software to monitor their children’s online activities and set appropriate restrictions. Regular communication with children about their online experiences can help parents stay informed and address any concerns promptly.

Above all, the fact that must be underlined is that there should be a gateway of open communication between girls and parents that can effectively protect the children against these threats.To protect themselves, girls should follow some essential precautions. They should never share personal information like addresses, phone numbers, or school details online. Avoid accepting friend requests or messages from strangers, as these individuals might have malicious intentions. It’s essential to be cautious while posting photos and avoid sharing inappropriate content.

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Oratory, the Power of Eloquent Speech

29/10/2023, Sun.

#founders’ pen @Greenwood group of schools

Oratory, the art of eloquent speech, has been a potent force shaping the course of history and inspiring masses. Throughout centuries, leaders have harnessed the power of words to ignite revolutions, foster unity, and drive change. Winston Churchill, the stalwart British Prime Minister, once said, “We are masters of the unsaid words, but slaves of those we let slip out.” This sentiment underscores the significance of oratory in leadership.

Great orators like Martin Luther King Jr. and his iconic “I Have a Dream” speech exemplify the impact of persuasive rhetoric. His words, “I say to you today, my friends, so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream,” resonated deeply, fuelling the civil rights movement in the United States. Similarly, Mahatma Gandhi’s eloquence galvanized India’s fight for independence, his words echoing, “In a gentle way, you can shake the world.”

Martin Luther King Jr.

Historically, orators like Abraham Lincoln transformed nations with their speeches. Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, with its timeless words, “that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth,” encapsulates the essence of democracy and inspired generations.

Abraham Lincoln

Oratory transcends time, as seen in the mesmerizing speeches of leaders like Nelson Mandela, whose words, “It always seems impossible until it is done,” inspired hope and reconciliation in post-apartheid South Africa.

Nelson Mandela

Shakespeare exemplified the power of speech through the oratory power of his two immortal characters; Brutus and Antony in his epic drama, Julius Caesar.

Brutus and Antony in the epic drama, Julius Caesar

Mrs. Indira Gandhi’s noble words “To be liberated, woman must feel free to be herself, not in rivalry to man but in the context of her own capacity and her personality.” clearly show us the power of speech that inspires generations to come.

Pandit Jawaharlal’s energetic speech ‘Tryst with Destiny’ is yet another example of oratory with a purpose.

In essence, oratory has a transformative power, capable of bridging divides, instilling hope, and driving societies toward progress. Through the ages, leaders have harnessed this art, proving that words, when wielded with eloquence and purpose, have the power to change the world.

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Freshers Day Celebrations 2023-24 @ Erragattugutta Greenwood

15/07/23 & 15/08/23

Freshers Day @Greenwood Residential Campus ( Erragattugutta )

It is customary to organize the Freshers Day Party every academic year here in Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, Hanumakonda. The Freshers’ Day Celebration 2023, held on 15th July 2023, marked the grand welcome of the new batch of students to Greenwood. The event was held to provide an enjoyable and memorable experience for the freshers as they embarked on their journey at our esteemed institution. The program was hosted by the management of the school.

The event officially commenced with Prayer Song – Suklambaradaram by L. Vamshika & Group from Class-X. The rendition of this traditional composition added a touch of cultural richness to the event, leaving a lasting impression on the audience. Next, M. Ketheshwar of class X and girls of class IX performed Classical Dances graciously.

This performance added a touch of sophistication and cultural charm to the event. Afterwards, the Opening Remarks were given by Sreevardhan of X-Vikram Sarabhai and Likith Seshan of X- Kalam in a wonderful manner. Their confident and eloquent words set the tone for the event, welcoming everyone and creating an atmosphere of excitement and camaraderie.

Under the guidance of music teacher Shyam, girls presented an impressive group song performance, while the boys displayed their musical talents with an instrumental song on guitar, keyboard, drums, and so on . It was a melodious musical performance!

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The guests Academic Principal Sri. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar, Administrative Principal Sri. T. Pavan Kumar, Greenwood General manager Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar and the chief guests and honourable directors of our school Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy & Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu were graciously invited to the event with a warm and welcoming gesture. Each guest was presented with a beautifully arranged bouquet, a symbol of appreciation and respect.

The bouquets were carefully chosen, featuring a vibrant array of flowers that conveyed the sentiments of the occasion. As the guests arrived, they were greeted with genuine smiles and heartfelt words of welcome, making them feel valued and honored. The act of presenting bouquets not only added an elegant touch to the event but also expressed gratitude for their presence, setting the tone for a memorable and meaningful gathering.

Sri. Ch. Dharma Reddy delivered the inaugural speech enlightening the Freshers. He shared valuable insights and words of wisdom with the incoming as well as all other students. The address focused on the importance of adapting to School life, setting goals, and making the most of their academic journey.

Afterwards, Dr. Sri. G. Bharadwaja Naidu made an inspiring speech on Freshers’ Day. His words were a blend of wisdom and encouragement, setting the stage for a journey of learning and growth for the new students.

Later, Sri A. Prabhu Kumar speech on Freshers’ Day was a source of motivation and insight. His words resonated with positivity and guidance, leaving a strong impression on all the students. After that, Sri J. Ramesh, the Telugu teacher, delivered an impactful speech and also treated the audience to a soulful song.

Later,Freshers along with their seniors got chance to showcase their talent by various Dance performances like solo, Duo, Group dances. The Freshers’ Day celebration dazzled with the following captivating dance performances that exhibited the students’ talent and energy. From dynamic moves to graceful expressions, the stage came alive with a mix of styles, leaving the audience thoroughly entertained and inspired. Each performance was a burst of creativity and rhythm, creating an unforgettable experience for all. These performances helped to foster a sense of unity and camaraderie among the students.

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Dance Performances by Boys

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The Freshers’ Day celebration had initially commenced with much excitement and anticipation. However, nature had its own plans, as a sudden rain shower abruptly interrupted the festivities. Despite the unexpected turn of events, the spirit of the event remained undeterred.

With resilience and adaptability, the organizers swiftly made the decision to reschedule the celebration on 15th August,2023. The rain couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm of the participants, and they returned with even more eagerness to make the event a success.

On the rescheduled day, the sun shone brightly, and the atmosphere was filled with renewed energy. The decorations were in place, the performances were ready, and the guests were welcomed with open arms. The participants, both freshers and organizers, displayed their determination and teamwork, turning the unforeseen setback into an opportunity for a memorable and vibrant event.

The freshers were greeted with warm smiles, and the sense of unity and camaraderie was palpable in the air. The performances and interactions were even more spirited and vibrant than before, creating a positive and joyful ambiance.

The rain that initially played a spoiler transformed into a story of resilience and the ability to adapt. The re-conducted Freshers’ Day celebration not only showcased the students’ ability to overcome challenges but also created a memorable experience that highlighted their unity and enthusiasm in the face of unexpected circumstances.

Our Directors Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy & Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu appreciated all the staff and students involved in making Freshers day celebrations successful. They also appreciated both the cultural secretaries Ch. Sai Vardhan & R. Tejaswini for well organized celebrations. The event was finally concluded with vote of thanks by A.Abhilasha, Ch. Aapthika and K. Snehitha. The Freshers’ Day Celebration was a resounding success, filled with laughter, camaraderie, and a sense of belonging.

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The event not only welcomed the new students to the institution but also set the tone for a positive and enriching school experience. The dedication and hard work put in by the organizing committee were evident in the seamless execution of the event, making it a cherished memory for all who attended.

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77th Independence Day was Celebrated with Great Enthusiasm

15/08/2023, Tue

@Goaplpur, Hanumakonda #Greenwood High School

77th Independence Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and respect at Greenwood High School. On this day the sense of happiness and pride could be clearly seen on the faces of all the people.

The program started with prayer by welcoming the Chief Guest, Principal, followed by garlanding portraits of freedom fighters. To commemorate the sovereignty of our Nation, the Chief Guest and the school Principal unfurled the tricolor flag and all in unison sang the National Anthem and expressed the joy of our freedom.

A parade was organized after that, different types of programs were presented by the students.

The Chief guest Mr. Prabhu Kumar and the principal Ms.Kavita Chawla appreciated students by giving certificates to the winners of solo singing, drawing competition and essay writing.

Both gave a very motivational and patriotic speech which is a pathfinder to enlighten the future of the students.

At the end sweets were distributed to the students. Indeed, it was a day of joy, a day to love and respect our country and make it a better place for Indians to live and experience the freedom, peace, and Unity in Diversity.

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Spirit of Independence Comes Alive at Greenwood

15-Aug-2023, Tue

@Erragattugutta, Hasanparthy (Main Branch) #Greenwood High School

76 years of glorious hard-earned Independence has come alive with all the pomp and gaiety at the Greenwood Grounds on the occasion of its 77th anniversary; the 15 August 2023.

The whole campus is overwhelmed with the memories of all the great leaders of our struggle for independence.

It is no exaggeration if one says that Tri-Colour filled the skies of Greenwood Campus.

Elaborate preparations have been made for this auspicious day by the students and their mentors under the supervisory guidance of Our Director Sir, Sri. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, both the Academic and Administrative Principals, V.V.V. Naveen Kumar and T. Pavan Kumar.

The celebrations began with the ceremonial welcome of the dignitaries of the school with a wonderful display of Guard of Honour by the NCC Cadets and the other students. The Directors of the school Sri Challa Dharma Reddy and Sri Dr. Girrem Bharadwaja Naidu, Sri. Alapati Prabhu Kumar, the General manager, Sri Yellappa Naidu, father of Sri G. Bharadwaja Naidu, Principal VVV Naveen Kumar and Vice Principal V. Suresh Kumar are among those who received the Guard of Honour.

All the dignitaries offered floral tributes to all the great leaders of our Freedom Struggle and broke the coconuts as an auspicious symbol in their honour.

Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy, the Director and present MLA of Parkal Constituency hoisted the National Flag. He spoke on the occasion reminding the young Greenwoodians of their responsibilities towards their parents and Nation, to develop friendly relationship among themselves, to be kind and polite and be the torch bearers of future generations.

Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu advised the children to be responsible towards their education. He reminded the students of the growing world of competition and advised one and all to prepare themselves to enter the glorious fields in their lives with confidence and ease. He also said about the role of a student in the development of nation.

Sri VVV Naveen Kumar reiterated the need for focusing on the learning and the time management.

However, the soulful words came out from Sri. Girrem Yellappa Naidu. Each and every word spoken by him found its way into the young hearts assembled. His was indeed a spirited speech. 

Later on, Prizes were distributed to the winners in Drawing/Painting Competition and Elocution competition held in the school on the occasion of Independence Day. Good Handwriting Award, Leadership Award, Most Helpful Student Award, Student of the Month Awards for the Month of July were given to the students. Certificates and Prizes were given to the winners.

Mr. J. Ramesh, HOD of Telugu Department and Mr. B. Sandeep from Social Science Department gave speech on this occasion. Some students also gave wonderful speech on the great sacrifices of our freedom fighters.

The decoration for Independence Day Celebration has begun right at the entrance of our school. A vibrant display of the national flag and decorations in the colors of our country started right from the gates. The entrance has been adorned with flowers, banners, and streamers, creating an atmosphere of national pride and enthusiasm.

Inside the classrooms, students have put their creativity to work. Each classroom has been transformed into a mini gallery of patriotism. The walls are embellished with handmade flags, historical quotes, and art pieces that reflect the essence of freedom and unity.

In the school ground where our official Independence Day ceremony has taken place, the stage has been adorned with a grand backdrop of the national flag, and the podium has been set for our esteemed speakers. The Entire school premises has exuded an air of anticipation and excitement, a testament to our dedication to honor this significant day.

All these are the result of creativity and artistic efficiency of our art and craft department teachers Ms. Banaja Sahoo and Mr. Santhosh Rao who encouraged all the art and craft student members to do their best in making whole campus very vibrant with their decorations and the work of art. The decorations and preparations for this year’s Independence Day have been a true labor of love. Every effort, every decoration, and every performance is a tribute to our nation’s journey towards freedom and progress. Each act has been prepared with dedication and enthusiasm, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and the fervor of our nation.

But our celebration is not limited to decorations alone. Our students have prepared an array of cultural displays showcasing the diversity of our country. From traditional dances to folk music performances, these displays remind us of the rich tapestry of cultures that make up our nation.

To kick off our celebration, our talented students presented a series of dance performances that depicted various aspects of our nation’s history and cultural diversity. Through graceful movements and vibrant costumes, they transported us back in time and across regions, showcasing the unity in diversity that defines our country.

The melodious strains of patriotic songs filled the air as our choir and solo singers took the stage. These songs, echoing the sentiments of love for our nation, served as a reminder of the struggles and sacrifices made by countless individuals to secure our freedom. Their voices undoubtedly evoked emotions of pride and unity.

Next, we have a spectacular display of discipline and precision – the Dumbbell Drill trained by Mr. Harish (PET). Our students, through synchronized movements and the manipulation of dumbbells, demonstrated the dedication and training that our armed forces undertake. This performance is a salute to their commitment and the protection they provide to our nation.

It has been masterfully showcased the spirit of ‘Lezim’ through the synchronized movements and energetic performance with the coaching of Mr. Sai Kumar (PET). The dedication of the students to preserving our cultural heritage and their seamless coordination on stage has been a true delight to behold, reminding us of the power of unity and tradition.

Some students showcased incredible display of strength, balance, and coordination by taking the stage to create stunning human pyramids and amazed all by their teamwork and dedication.

Kolatam, a traditional folk dance, took center stage. This performance symbolizes the harmony and togetherness that transcends regional differences. As the dancers moved in rhythm, they reflected the beauty of unity that is the hallmark of our nation’s progress. The Pyramid Formations and Kolatam have been well trained by Mr. Pradeep Reddy and Aravind (PETs).

Mono action by L. Geethika as Rani Rudrama is a heart touching act on the day which filled the hearts of students with emotion.

Mr. Raghu (PET) arranged Guard of Honour with our National Cadet Corps (NCC). Some other NCC students proudly took the stage with a parade that exuded discipline and respect. Through their synchronized movements and immaculate uniforms, they showcased the values of leadership, unity, and service to the nation. This parade was a reflection of the potential within our youth to shape a brighter tomorrow. The performances witnessed are a testament to the talent, dedication, and fervor of our students and the staff NCC ANO Mr. S. Radha Krishnan and Mr. M.Ramakrishna who are behind them to back them up in every nook and corner and every way.

Under the guidance and mentorship of Mr. G Krishna Rao, English Faculty, A. Abhilasha and R. Alekhya of class X had the privilege to anchor this memorable event. Both of them put together a well-structured and engaging script that captured the essence of our nation’s freedom and unity.

In retrospect, celebrating this Independence Day has been an honor and a fulfilling experience for all the students and the staff. All expressed their deepest gratitude to Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu for his guidance and support, without which this event would not have been possible.

On a final note, Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu and Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy, the directors of the Greenwood Group of Schools, appreciated all the students and staff who have carried out their duties successfully and made the Independence Day Celebration a grand success.


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Independence Day Celebrations @Greenwood Mancherial

15/08/2023, Tue

@Mancherial #Greenwood High School

Greenwood High School celebrated Independence Day with great enthusiasm and fervor. The event was graced by esteemed dignitaries, including the Chief Guest Mr. Aakarssh Naidu, who was accompanied by Principals Mr. Chandramohan, Mr. Ayub, and ACO Mrs. Fareeda Somani. The dignitaries began the proceedings by offering flowers to honor our national leaders, paying homage to their sacrifices.

The highlight of the event was the flag hoisting ceremony, led by Chief Guest Mr. Aakarsh Naidu As the tricolor 🇮🇳🇮🇳soared high, the entire gathering united to sing the national anthem with pride and unity.

Speeches were delivered by the Chief Guest Mr. Aakarsh Naidu, Mr. Chandramohan, and Mr. Ayub, reflecting on the significance of Independence Day and the importance of preserving the values and ideals for which our nation stands.

The cultural segment of the celebrations showcased the rich diversity of Greenwood High School. The event began with a mesmerizing classical welcome dance that set the tone for the festivities. Students from various grades showcased their talents through speeches, dance performances, and a fancy dress competition that displayed the creativity of the pre-primary kids.

The stage lit up with the energetic dance performance by 1st-grade kids and patriotic songs rendered by talented students like Ruzula, Deekshitha, and Srinithya and their groups. Additionally, a drawing competition was held, focusing on depicting national movement events. The winners of the competition were honored with certificates and medals.

One of the highlights was the breathtaking dance performance by the secondary boys, which left the audience awestruck with their skill and dedication. The grand finale was a tribute to the historic Dandi March, which was brought to life through a wonderful presentation, encapsulating the spirit of the freedom struggle.

The Independence Day celebrations at Greenwood High School were indeed a grand success, serving as a reminder of the sacrifices made by our freedom fighters and inspiring the young generation to cherish and uphold the values of our nation.

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A Fantastic Day in the Annals of Greenwood @Erragattugutta

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Computer Education and Artificial Intelligence have become a part and parcel of everyday life these days. To face the present demands, cope up with the inevitable future demands and with a view to prepare the children for the future, Greenwood’s Computer Lab has been renovated with latest systems and other infrastructure.

Today this renovated Computer Lab, our CYBER HUB, has been formerly declared open by our beloved Director, Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu and dedicated to the students.

This occasion is graced by Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar Sir, General Manager, Greenwood Group Schools, Our Academic Principal, Sri. VVV Naveen Kumar and our Administrative Principal, T Pavan Kumar.

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Bonalu Celebrations @ Greenwood Mancherial

Greenwood High School @ Mancherial

May this bonalu lights up for you, the hopes of happy times..
people of Telangana state in Ashada masam will pray of Ammavaru as (Ellamma, pochamma, maisamma etc..)

Celebration of Bonalu🌿 started by lightening of lamp by Mrs.Fareeda somani accompanied by the principal Mr. Chandramohan, Mr.Ayub baig..
Principal sir addressed the gathering and evoked the spirit of bonalu and using of natural anti-biotics…

Bonalu carnival began by the teachers along with Ghata and band..

Students orate cleared up the importance of Bonalu,and the day was celebrated with dazzling performances.

Parents responded enthusiastically and appreciated their participation in the programme.

This festival connected with the cultural roots and fostered a sense of pride and heritage.

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Green Day Celebrations @ Abhyaas The Global School

Abhyaas The Global School @ Bhimavaram, AP

The first of June 2023 seemed to be as if it was springtime. There was a burst of green colour everywhere at Abhyaas the global school as the tiny Gems and Jellies as well as the  super tiny Cherries and Berries celebrated Green Day in their own style.

The tiny nightingales wearing green clothes sang a lovely rhyme ‘Do you like the colour green?’, showing off their vocal skills to their beloved Principal Mr. Valavala Satyanarayana.

The little ones cleverly identified all the green coloured toys, vegetables and fruits that were spread out across their classroom. The teachers took this occasion as an opportunity and left no stone unturned to spread awareness amongst the little ones to protect our nature as it is the basis of our life.

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New Beginning for the New Academic Year 2023-24

Dear Students and Parents,

Finally, the much awaited Monsoon has hit our region and brought a respite from the scorching sun. Around the same time, new academic year has begun too. It’s time for parents and students to get back to that demanding routine, after a month long summer vacation.

Beginning of the academic year presents new challenges, I understand, but also new opportunities, I say.

For the students, it’s an opportunity to start a fresh, leaving behind the last year and last year experiences and set new goals, academic or personal, for the forth coming year. Of course, review, an honest and sincere one, of the last year performance and achievements to take confidence and get going on is always advisable.

When one prepare a plan for the next academic year, keeping the lessons learnt last year in mind and planning not to repeat the mistakes are better be ensured. Remember, each academic year takes you closer to realizing your career and life goals. Wise are those who would see the larger picture and build themselves for the future.

It’s easy to build a wall brick by brick over a period of time than to build it over night.  Likewise, those who build them every year, grow competent enough to deal with any situation and emerge as winners from adverse situations too. So, realize that new academic year is new opportunity to grow and build for that desired future.

For parents, this time of the year is a troublesome period as students who are used to holidays don’t readily change their routine and cooperate. Motivating them to go to school, do homework and complete their assignments on time would be challenging, I reckon. But, it is also of paramount important to follow up with students until they get used to. It’s best if parents can reach out to the school and teachers to discuss the academic plans of the year and encourage the child follow accordingly.

For higher classes, particularly for Class X students, guiding the students to prepare a plan of approach and daily schedule and keeping them motivated to follow the same diligently works wonderful.

I extend my warmest best wishes to everyone for the upcoming academic year.

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SPORTS CARNIVAL-2023 @ Mancherial Greenwood

The sports day is one event that students enjoy with much enthusiasm so, we at Greenwood, inaugurated it in our spacious playground.

The fest started with a vigorous March past by our NCC cadets to welcome our chief guests: Mr. Pochaiah-M.E.O (Mandamarri), Mr. T.Pavan Kumar garu -AGM Greenwood high school, Mr. T. Ravi well wisher of Greenwood accompanied by Principal Mr Ayub and Ms.Kanthi.

The Dignitaries adorned their chairs on the dias and later the inaugural ceremony started with the school flag hoisting followed by the Marchpast by the presidents and vice presidents of all the four houses accompanied by the Head boy and Head girl followed by dumbles, legumes and hoops which was spectacular.

All the honorable guests and dignitaries spoke few words about the importance of sports in maintaining their fitness and also delivered their wishes of success to the students.


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Later Mr. T. Pavan Kumar-AGM released a flock of pigeons into the sky symbolizing the freedom and spirit.

Later the athletics competition has begun.

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Makar Sankranthi-A Festival Blending ‘Culture and Science’

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Makara Sankranti is one of the major festivals celebrated by Hindus. Usually, this festival falls on January 15. This occasion marks the transition of the Sun from the zodiac of Sagittarius (Dhanssu) to Capricorn (Makara).

Since the Sun is regarded to have moved from the southern hemisphere to the northern hemisphere on this day in the Hindu calendar, the festival is dedicated to the solar deity, Surya. It is observed to mark a new beginning. Many native multi-day festivals are organized on this occasion all over India.

Makar Sankranti is observed with social festivities such as colourful decorations, rural children going house to house wearing colourful dresses, very very special festive feasts, Bhogi Mantalu (bonfires), kite flying, Cock Fights, Edla Pandalu (Bull Races) etc. Another speciality of this festival are many homemade special traditional sweets. This festival really gives a bonanza to all the Gourmets.

The girls and the women folk do have a wonderful time during this festival designing Rangavallulu, singing songs around Gobbellu; Cow dung balls decorated with flowers.

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Haridasu and Gangireddulu are another special feature of the festival. Each morning one can enjoy the Keertanas (songs), and Aseervachanamulu (Blessings) of Haridasulu, the tinkling bells of Gangireddulu, the and the melodious Gobbemma songs.

It has been a tradition and custom at Greenwood to celebrate all the festivals so as to see that the children staying away from their homes do not miss even the slightest part of their culture, tradition and heritage.

This year the children with the assistance of the Greenwood Art Department recreated this festival in a miniature way. They brought in a true festival look to our school, creating a small village scene. Many parents who have come to school to pick up their children for a week-long holiday had a wonderful time enjoying all this. The number of Selfies they have clicked in indeed countless.

Greenwood Wishes one and all A Happy Makara Sankranthi.

Sarvejana Sukhino Bhavanthu

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#New Beginning #New Learning’s #New Experiences

As we have entered into a new year, let’s just brainstorm, being elders, being parents, how could we have been better parents. Many a times, we elders will forget that our children will follow our actions rather than our words.

In such case, how could we be better role models than better speakers to our own kids?!

Here are the concepts of Japanese culture, which can help us to improve our life style and pattern, so that we could be the best role models to our children as well as to this generation students.

Japan is known as one of the best places to live as people of Japan understand what the correct way of living and its purpose behind.

# # Oubaitouri

Never compare yourself with anyone else. Everyone blossoms in their own time in different ways. Don’t judge yourself by someone else’s path.

ou” means – Cherry blossom, “Bai” means – Japanese Apricot blossom, “Tou” means – Peach blossom, “Ri” means – Japanese prime blossom.

These all flowers blooms in spring but have each uniqueness’s and individuality.

We can be just the way we are. We all have potential and should brush-up it. There is no single way to establish yourself. There are no people who are no chance to contribute to the world. We all are different, we are all equal.

# # Kaizen

Continuously improve. Constantly strive to improve across all areas of your life. Small changes accumulate and make all the difference.

# # Wabi-Sabi

Embrace imperfection. Nothing lasts, nothing is complete. Accept your own flaws and those of others. Find beauty in imperfection.

# # Gaman

Have dignity during duress. Hard times need to be met with emotional maturity and self-control. We need patience, perseverance and tolerance.

# # Ikigai

Know your reason for being. Define the reason you get up in the morning. Make it something you are good at, passionate about and that the world needs.

## Shikita ga nai

Accept and let go. Some things simple aren’t within our control. Accept what you cannot change and move on.

# # Shu-Ha-Ri

Don’t be wasteful. Everything deserves respect and gratitude. Recognize the value in what’s around you and don’t waste it.

# Kintsugi #

  • Shu: Learn the basics by following the teaching of one master. Imitating the work of great masters also falls in this stage.
  • Ha: Start experimenting, learn from masters and integrate the learning into the practice.
  • Ri: This stage focuses on innovation and adapting the learning to different situations.

Repair cracks with gold. Imperfections are a thing of beauty. The journeys we all take are golden. Our flaws are embellishments that make us more beautiful.

# Omoiyari #

Show consideration for others. Life is better when we care for others. Be thoughtful. Build compassion.

Let’s try to adapt at least few from the above and be the best parents and mentors.

Years end is neither an end nor a beginning but a journey with all the wisdom that experience can instill in us.



“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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