- The Orchids Public school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 830471 for the years 2017 -2021.
- Keeping in pace with the modern technology, the school is digitalized in many areas.
- It is trying to reduce the use of paper and is sending circulars to the parents through UOLO app and WhatsApp.
- Innovative activities that takes place in the school is updated in social media. TOPS are on Facebook and Instagram.
- Keeping transparency in mind the school updates all the details including the curriculum on its websites http://www.theorchidspublicschool.com/
- Valuing time and also with the intention of going cashless, digital payment facility is available for the payment of school fees.
Norms followed for fixing school fee.
- The school fee is fixed based on the expenses incurred towards,
- Monthly salary of all the categories of staff.
- Expenses towards School Infrastructure, Development and maintenance.
- Expenses towards various events organized by the school.
- Expenses towards school activities.
- Expenses towards electricity.
- Expenses towards telephone.
- Expenses incurred due to depreciation.
- Expenses due to other expenditures.
A heart filled with aspirations is all that we knew since the very existence of the school and that’s what gave us the ambition of marching forward till excellence is achieved in all our endeavours. The school has always been committed to create an environment which helps our minds to blossom and provide a platform for individual thinking and holistic development of our personality.
This report is comprised of the achievements during the year 2018-19 and 2019-20 and at the same time set the path for greater accomplishments in the years to come.
In the coming year, we are aspiring high with the inclusion of programs such as structured music classes facilitated by Furtado School of Music and STEM activities through Atal Tinkering lab.
1. Physical Infrastructure
When it comes to physical infrastructure, our school always tries to bring in new ideas to improve the way of presenting themselves. The school greets you with a beautiful lawn at the entrance and a mini zoo. It has a ground for sports and activities, play area for the kindergarten,buses for transport, canteen for nutritious lunch. The school also has the auditorium ‘Hasiru Siri’ surrounded by green and a conference hall. The school has state of art labs such as the physics lab, the biology lab, the chemistry lab, the computer lab and the math lab.
We are ranked 4th in the city by the Education World India school rankings 2018-19 and 2019-20.
Priority is given to academics. The school follows the NCERT prescribed books for grade 9 and 10, IMAX for grade 1 to 5 and Oxford for grade 6 to 8. Prominence is given to academics andactivities are designed for the holistic development of students. Classes are activity based. Regular unit tests and remedial classes are conducted. Special attention is given to students who need extra guidance. The school feels extremely proud to tell you all that last year we have scored 100% results in 10th CBSE board exams and it gives me immense happiness to tell you that more than 6 students have scored above 90%.
3. BRITISH COUNCIL AWARD
The world has come together, we now call it global village. To bring peace and harmony in this beautiful planet we should have knowledge of other countries and the ability to appreciate the culture and traditions of others while respecting our own. Thus to bring in internationalism in our learning the school applied for the ISA. And we are proud to tell you that our school has been awarded with British Council’s – International School Awards 2019 – 22 for the commitment in providing international learning activities. And we will be receiving the award on 29th of this month.
4. Teachers workshop
Keeping with the school’s policy of continuous upgradation of knowledge and skills, our teachers attended various workshops and seminars organized by the school and CBSE board so as to improve their academic transaction skills and to update their capabilities.
5. Edu sports
Edu Sports works with schools to implement a best-in-class Physical Education & Sports programme. The programme is designed to offer the same rigor in sports and physical education as in academics.
Elections are held in school to promote the importance of democracy among the students.
7. INVESTITURE CEREMONY
The investiture ceremony was held in the month of July and the elected students were given their responsibilities bygiving sashes andpinning badges. The leaders have taken positive role in discharging their duties.
8. SCHOOL HOUSES
The students of the school are divided into four different houses, the Challengers, the Explorers, the Rockers and the Strikers. Each House is managed by teachers and House Captains and House Vice-Captains. The House performs its duty of conducting the day-to-day activities, competitions in systematic and disciplined manner. We can assure you that the students who are shy to come up are also somehow pulled by the house teachers to bring out their potential.
9. School clubs
Various Co-Curricular Activities are held under different Clubs to develop a child physically, morally, socially and mentally in co-scholastic areas. Regular Club Activities are held in which the students participate and display their calibre.
The different Clubs Are Interact club, Eco club, History club, Astro club, Literary club, Drama club and Math club.
10. SWACH BHARATH ABHIYAN
To instil the idea of cleanliness among the students, the swach bharath abhiyan was started in the school. The students clean the ground and their respective classes every day.
Based on this idea the swach class award is given to the cleanest class every month.
11. Independence day
All national festivals are celebrated to inculcate patriotism in students. Independence day was celebrated in the school. With great fervour students presented a plethora of cultural activities and the school was decorated beautifully by the students, teachers and the non-teaching staff. Kick boxing, drama, dance, karate, aerobics were also a part of the celebrations.
12. WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY
To provide sound knowledge on the events of national and international importance, the school celebratesWorld Environment Day. The Orchidians planted saplings around the school thus creating awareness.
13. INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY
Yoga is the dance of every cell with the music of every breathe that creates inner serenity and harmony and so, on the International Yoga Day, the students and the teachers actively participated in the yoga session held at Race Course Mysuru.
To perpetuate the rich culture and tradition of India our religious festivals like Ganesh Chaturthi, Dasara, Janmashtami and Christmas are celebrated in the school. And on Ramazan all students sit together and share lunch in their respective classes.
15. TEACHERS DAY
Teachers’ Day was celebrated with immense zeal in the school. Students entertained the teachers through their performances. To add fun element, teachers were made to play games like treasure hunt which created an atmosphere of joy and laughter.
16. CHILDRENS DAY
The children’s day was a day of bonding between students and teachers. The students looked forward to the celebrations as they would get to see the different talents of their teachers.
17. MOOT COURT
The moot court session was held in the school which helped to formulate arguments and express them in front of judges. Students identified the essential skills for any attorney.
18. INTERSCHOOL COMPETITONS
Apart from academics the school always encourages the students and gives moral support to participate in various interschool competitions. These competitions have helped the students enrich their knowledge.Competitions have given a great exposure to the children and has enabled them to come out with flying colours. The students have brought laurels for the school in sports and other competitions.
There were many events in the school.
20. FUN WEEK
It was an event organised for the PU students for a week. It was a stress buster for the students since they were preparing really hard for their boards.
21. KRISHNA JANMASHTAMI
Krishna Janmashtami was organised for the lower class. The students were dressed up as Krishnas and Radhas.
22. ORCHIDS GOT TALENT
The Orchids got talent was an event which gave the students a platform to showcase their talent.
23. SKY WATCHING
Sky watching and seminar on ‘Chandrayaan 2’ was held for the class 10 and the PU students by Physics Lecturer Sachin sir. We are proud to be Indians and we salute ISRO scientist for their remarkable work.
In the month of February 2019, the students of class 9 gave farewell for the outgoing 10th batch.
25. INTERACT ACTIVITY
As a part of interact activity the Interactors along with the retired CFTRI scientist visited the nearby village to create an awareness regarding adulterated food and the ways to purify contaminated water.
The Interactors visited a government school and read out stories and interacted with the students. The club volunteered a programme by the doctors from JSS medical at the school premises.Children accumulated a lot of information regarding first aid.
A session on fire extinguishers was organised by the Interact Club.
26. MEET THE ACHEIVERS
We had a talk by Anne Knapp the Director of Animal Resources at New England Zoo.
Career counselling was conducted for the students of class 10 and PU by Piyush Kumar sir.
27. EDUCATIONAL TRIP
A week long educational trip from Mysore to Rajasthan was organised by the school for classes 5 to 10. The PU students were taken to Goa. The students enjoyed a lot with the teachers and gained a lot of knowledge about the places that they visited. The excursion programme helped them in building national integration.
28. FIELD TRIP
Field trips are the most important educational programmes which gives practical experience and knowledge in various fields. TheOrchidians were taken to JSS medical college, Nagarhole tiger reserve, post office and police station.
Students were also taken to patriotic movies like ‘Gold’ and ‘URI’ which has truly inspired them.
On this memorable occasion of The 17thAnnualDay, we recount our success with pride and happiness, we wish to dedicate all our achievements to the committed efforts of a committed team and it won’t be wrong if It is called a family.
All these achievements wouldn’t have been possible without the joint efforts of the teachers, students, parents, school management and all those who are associated with our school for the progress in one way or the other.
The school believes in working with the motto,
The 3d’s…. Discipline, Dedication and Duty.
School Management Committee Information
|Member Name||Father/Spouse Name||Designation in SMC||Occupation with Address||Residential Address||Mobile Number|
|Ullas Pandit||Lakshmi Narayan Pandit||President||Director, Orchids Food Speciality||#1955, 1st Main,1st Cross, Kanakadasanagar E block, Mysuru||9845127980|
|Yeshoda K K||K K Kalappa||Secretary||Principal, The Orchids Public School, Mysuru||B1/6, Swami Vivekananda Road, RK Nagar, I Block,Mysuru||9845950346|
|Vasanth Kumar||Manjunath Kumar||Vice President||Retd. Air Force and Educationist||IInd Floor, Omkara, Judicial Layout, 3rd Cross, Yelahanka, Bangalore||9902611909|
|Vasudev K||Rajendra S||Member||Retd. Educationist||2/43, Jayalakshmipuram, Mysuru||9036284878|
|Mathew K||Sophia M||Education Counsellor||Principal, EPS, Mysuru||EPS, Mysuru||9740464820|
|Sanil Tharayil||Thomas Tharayil||Education Counsellor||Principal, St Francis CBSE School||St Francis School, Jetti Hundi , Mysuru||9740545247|
|Suresh V||Nagaratna||Head Master||Head Master, The Orchids Public School, Mysuru||#2514, 1st Main, Kmakshi Hospital Road, Saraswatipuram, Mysuru||9902611909|
|Chethana S||Lokesh N||Vice Principal||Vice Principal, The Orchids Public School, Mysuru||#1500D, 18th cross, Roopa Nagar, Mysuru||9481814566|
|Anitha R||R Ravishankar||Education Coordinator||Education Coordinator, The Orchids Public School, Mysuru||#905/90, 4th Main, 5th Cross, Vidyaranya Puram, Mysuru||8095674009|
|Shilpashree N||Kumar M||Teacher||Teacher, The Orchids Public School, Mysuru||#61, 1st A cross Road, Niveditha Nagar, Mysuru||9902020669|
|Sumana KV||Krishnan V||Parent Member||House Wife||#110, LIG -2 , Sharadadevi Nagar, Mysuru||9980284689|
|Ashwini Satish||Satish H D||Parent Member||House Wife||16th Cross,G Block, Rama Krishna Nagar, Mysuru||9731255415|
|Sushma S||Srinivas R||Parent Member||Software Engineer, L and T Ltd||#745, 5th Cross, Roopa Nagar, Mysuru||9686164151|
Details of infrastructure - Physical
|1||No. Of computers or Laptops with atleast 2GB to 4 GB RAM.||30|
|2||No. of Mobile phones with GPS facility||2|
|3||No. of Scanners||2|
|4||No. of laser printers||4|
|5||No. of UPS||2|
|6||UPS installation centralised/individual||1|
|7||Good internet connectivity through broadband.(in Mbps)||50|
|8||No. of high speed data cards (4 G)||4|
|1||Size of computer room||35 X 25 sq. mtrs|
|2||No. of Digital Classrooms/Smart Classrooms||10|
|3||No. of audio video aids/Projectors for teaching||7|
|4||No. of CCTV cameras||32|
|5||No. of Bio-metric devices||1|
|6||No. of lockers for safe and secure storage of secondary media||2|
|7||Software, Scanning, Geo-Tagging and Internet operations||2|
|8||No. Of duly qualified TGT, PGT Computer Science Faculty||2|
Library Facilities as on 28-01-2020
|1||Total no. of books including e-resources||2500|
|6||Availability of Internet facility||Yes|