SCHOOL - HOUSES

TULSI HOUSE

Tulsidas, also known as Goswami Tulsidas, was a Hindu Vaishnava saint and poet, renowned for his devotion to the deity Rama

RAHIM HOUSE

Khanzada Mirza Khan Abdul Rahim Khan-e-Khana, also known as Rahim was a poet who lived during the rule of Mughal emperor Akbar. He was one of the nine important ministers in his court, also known as the Navaratnas. Rahim is known for his Hindi dohe and his books on astrology.

MEERA HOUSE

Mirabai was a 16th-century Hindu mystic poet and devotee of Krishna. She is a celebrated Bhakti saint, particularly in the North Indian Hindu tradition. Meera was born into a Rajput royal family of Kudki district of Pali, Rajasthan, India

KABIR HOUSE

Kabir Das was a 15th-century Indian mystic poet and saint, whose writings influenced Hinduism's Bhakti movement and his verses are found in Sikhism's scripture Guru Granth Sahib. His early life was in a Muslim family, but he was strongly influenced by his teacher, the Hindu bhakti leader Ramananda

HOUSES CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES IN-CHARGE : 2020-2019

 MS. KANTA R
MS. PARINEETA KOLHE
MS. ANJU VERMA
MS. JAYA SINGH
MS. PUSHPALATA GALL
MS. NALINI RATNA
M. AFSARZA 

HOUSE MOTHERS

KABIR HOUSE

SENIOR WING
MS. ANANTHA VIJAYALAXMI

MIDDLE WING
MS. SABITA THAKUR

PRIMARY WING
MS. PADMALATHA

MEERA HOUSE

SENIOR WING
MS. P’.LAKSHMI

MIDDLE WING
MS. PARAMJEET

PRIMARY WING
MS. SUJATHA

RAHIM HOUSE

SENIOR WING
MS. DEEPA SOMAN

MIDDLE WING
MS. RATNA

PRIMARY WING
MS. LALITHA

TULSI HOUSE

SENIOR WING
MS. NL. PRASANNA

MIDDLE WING
MS. INDUVADNA

PRIMARY WING
MS. NAVEENA

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Dear parents 

TOGETHER  WE CAN 
With the news of COVID 19 all around, our kids are just as scared as we are right now.  Our kids not only can hear everything that is going on around them, but they feel our constant tension and anxiety.  They have never experienced anything like this before. Although the idea of being off of school for weeks sounds awesome, they are probably picturing a fun time like summer break, not the reality of being trapped at home and not seeing their friends.
 
What kids need right now is to feel comforted and loved.  To feel like it’s all going to be ok. 
Make them do exercises to increase their stamina and give them healthy food and Vitamin C to build immunity. 
Play board games and watch movies.  
Start a book and read together as a family.  Engage them in household chores, educate them on conserving water and food and avoid wastage. Help them make your family tree and speak to their cousins and relatives.Do yoga together in the balcony. Have healthy lifestyle. 
 
Don’t worry about their studies we are engaging them with worksheets and assignments.Also online classes for senior students. 
When we are back in the classroom, we will take care of them .Teachers are experts at this!  Don’t pick fights with your kids .  Don’t scream at your kids for not following the schedule.  Don’t mandate 2 hours of learning time if they are resisting it.
 
If I can leave you with one thing, it’s this: at the end of all of this, your kid  should be Emotionally, mentally and physically strong to face the world which is more important than their academic skills.  And how they felt during this time will stay with them for long as a memory.
 
So keep that in mind, every single day to 
Stay safe, stay strong and stay blessed. 
Principal 
Army public school Ramakrishnapuram.