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Believing that in every child there lies the adult that will be, the Independence Day celebration for the KG Section Dt. 13th August 2018 was organized in a very informative yet interesting manner this year.


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Decorated with dashing and thrilling patriotic stories of the freedom struggle, the non-violence movement and sprinkled with the information about the great Indian Heroes like Sachin Tendulkar, Honorable Ex-President of India APJ Abdul Kalam, Kalpana Chawala, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj etc, the teachers ensured a treat for the little students. Even the youngest of the lot looked impressed as they listened to the story of the Childhood of Bal Gangadhar Tilak when he stood upto injustice and refused to throw away the groundnut shells!


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The invigorating display of our national heritage, the Taj Mahal, the information about the Independence Day Celebration at the Red Fort, Delhi, our National Flag, National Anthem and National Emblem created an ambience of thoughtful reverie.

Moreover, the colorful pictures of tri-colour smiles and related craft activities taken in the classes were the perfect setting for the National pride of the little ones as they sang patriotic songs – ‘Sare Jahan se accha’ and Baalveer Mi Bhartiya Sainik’…


My Avenues: Research Field as a Career Option

The session of ‘My Avenues’ conducted on 16th August 2018 opened a new window of aspirations for our students. In a special interaction with Mr. Rajan Walve, a consultant of the career prospects in the field of Research, this session provided a clear and comprehensive view to the young aspirants.

The most innovative, the most challenging field for the committed people- the students holding the passion to lead the journey from the unknown to known, from ignorance to knowledge -is ‘the field of Research’. Mr. Walve’s message of grit and perseverance kick started this interactive session. Moving on to the list of competitive exams as access points for students interested in pursuing a career in research- after Std XII or the bachelor’s degree, he gave information about KVPY, NEST, NISER etc.


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He also mentioned that the research career is for the passionate ones with ingrained sincerity and self-motivation. Besides, he put special emphasis on concept clarity and self-made notes to be maintained regularly.
This field of career is the future of our country and the entire world- it is the dedication of the scientists that leads humankind to newer heights- a lucrative career for the deserving, it is an evolving field with financial aid(if required) offered by the government, he said.

Igniting minds with a promise to guide any enthusiastic student on his/her way to the Research Career, Mr. Walve concluded this session- making way for the young students to explore this prestigious and elite way of life!


…Towards a Green World…

‘Green’ was the word for the day when our students from Std. IX, XI & XII participated in the ‘Seed- ball making’ Activity on the 21st&22nd of this month.

The team from Maharashtra Vriksha Sanvardhan Samiti and Vriksha Bhishi including Ms. Shreeya Nachare and Ms. Preeti Edgaonkar with their associates started off the session by a brief introduction of the objective of the present activity and their overall work for the cause of environment conservation- Just the highlights of the mammoth task undertaken by their NGO.


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This was followed by the practical of the students preparing the Seed balls as per the given instructions. Every student mixed the required ingredients- Black soil and Manure/Cowdung along with two or three seeds of trees like Ritha, Amaltara, Tamarind, Laburnum(Bahava) etc. and made small balls with it. These balls would then be kept to dry out only to be scattered on hills or empty spaces later.

The entire activity was a huge success as one could say- Just a small ball made of black soil, manure and some seeds was actually the promise every child held in his hand for a Green World to come…


In Honour of Our Motherland- India

Enjoying the light drizzle on the morning of our 72nd Independence Day this year, the students savored every moment of the National Day Celebration in our School premises.

The perfectly coordinated all-girls parade set the stage for the patriotic winds rustling through the greenery on the hilltop. The national flag was hoisted by our Chief Guest, Mr. Nilesh Mohite, Vice Chairperson of our PTA- Executive Committee, followed by the National Anthem. The beautiful notes of ‘Vande Mataram’ sung by our school choir enhanced the spirit of our national integrity, the pride and delight of our identity as Indians. The beautiful lyrics of Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay did remind us all of the divine motherland we have been blessed with. The live music with its innovative interludes was a treat for all. Ved Godbole playing the flute, Aditya Ramdasi on the Cajon box and Yash Wani on the Synthesizer blended the age old patriotic fervor with a refreshing dash of new talent. It felt as if the music spoke about the legacy -that we all need to honour and preserve- rubbing shoulders with India today!


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The celebration was not just over for the students of Std VI to VIII as they headed towards the Badminton Hall for a visit to ‘Incredible India’….

The cherry on the icing was this unconventional and interactive session of Team ‘Being Jigyasu’ lead by Mr. Rajat, Mr. Prakhar and Mr. Siddhant in the role of students discussing about our Motherland- before and after Independence. Starting with the importance of 15th August as our Independence Day, they took the audience with them in this enlightening journey with glimpses of many-a-milestones along the way.

The twists and turns in this journey were witnessed by our young students with the help of videos and pictures related. The ‘tryst with Destiny’ from the first speech of the Prime Minister of free India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, brought back the dreams of young India. The various incidents of strife with our neighbouring countries, the brilliant military strategy of Air Marshal Sam Manekshaw, the grit and determination of our army protecting our borders, the reality of Kashmir as a part of India to the great accomplishments in nuclear research, the successes of Isro in Space Research & Technology—The ‘Being Jigyasu’ Team achieved the mammoth task of creating a panoramic view of Indian existence along with discussing present issues like Poverty, Cleanliness etc.

With their direct approach on the subject -combining drama with audio-visual aids, one could see the way they reached out to the students of modern India, who in turn held the potential to reach out to the stars!


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Rendezvous with Real Life Heroes

It was a special treat for our students to meet real life heroes in this session of ‘My Avenues’ on Wednesday, 1st August. One, an icon for the youth aspiring for a daring and powerful career and the other, an inspiration for the students who wish to cut across the social strata and achieve success in life.

The awe inspiring rendezvous with the Chief Guest, IPS Officer A.S. Takwale had everyone in raptures as he revealed his daring and thrilling experiences in a very honest and straightforward manner. Not only did the Super cop share his real life experiences at his 20 postings through the last eight years but also explained the study methods that the students could use to crack various competitive exams.

The students were completely taken in by a simple yet very important success mantra of ‘Honesty in all your work-whether it is your job, duty or studies’!- Aishwarya Shah, std XII exclaimed, “ The study method of revising before meals or before bedtime seems very practical and feasible and I am surely going to try it out. They are words of wisdom earned through experience…” Mihir Rajwade and Saket Sabane from Std XII added, “Takwale Sir recommended studying the NCERT Text Books thoroughly instead of referring to multiple resource books- which takes off much of the stress as well as streamlines our efforts for the expected success.”


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Our other Guest for the occasion was ‘real-reel life hero’, an inspiration to many a stories ornamenting the Silver Screen. Mr. Siddharth Zagade shared his dramatic life journey which started in a small village near holy place, Jejuri in Maharashtra, with many twists and turns reached the pinnacle of a very successful, multi-faceted, multi-skilled smart businessman of today. A special mention to his undaunted support for his wife, who through consistent efforts could crack the IAS Exam and is at present posted in Koimbatore. He mentioned with feeling, the challenges that he has faced in life which in reality have given him the strength to ride the tide..

The message ‘Never be afraid and never give up on the positive efforts. Always have a sense of social responsibility’ given by both the stalwarts, was readily welcomed by all the students as well as the school staff present for the interaction.


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When asked about the take away from the programme, the students responded with confidence- ‘It has taught us the Success Mantra of a combination of persistence, vision, principles and a sense of social welfare will lead you to whatever goal you desire.’ Yes, it was an affirmation of the message of these real life heroes having taken roots in the young minds and hearts…


Aai Maza Guru (Mother- My First Teacher)

Anyone- anyplace will acknowledge the fact that our Mother- a blessing, a ray of hope in our life- is also our first teacher.

Our tiny tots from Millennium Pre-primary section took the opportunity to express their adoration for their Mothers and Gurus on the occasion of GuruPornima, on Friday 27th July. In fact, the entire celebration revolved around the concept of the Guru in our Mother and the Mother in our Gurus…


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Story-telling, the best form of education and entertainment was used as the tool to imbibe the values of obedience and kindness to all living beings. The kids were sure to relish the pictorial story of Little Lord Ganesh and his Mother Parvati, who taught him to be kind to all! –And as they held the self-made greeting cards to be carried home for their Mother with ‘Aai Maza Guru’, their warm smiles could but compete with the colorful flowers on the cards…
Tiny heads bent and little hands paid obeisance to the supreme most Gurus of all times- Lord Gurudev Datta, Vyas Rishi. Students from Nursery, Jr Kg and Sr Kg stood in front of the drawings of these Great Gurus with utmost reverence and took their blessings.


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“Gurur Brahma, Gurur Vishnu, Gururdevo Maheshwara, Gurur Sakshat Parabrahma, Tasmai Shri Guruve Namaha” chanted the young voices as they taught others to love and learn with a devotion only possible to the purest of the pure hearts…


Welcome to the Wari at Millennium!!

Welcome to the Wari at Millennium!!
‘GyanbaTukaram’ chanted the tiny Warkaris of Millennium as their saffron flags danced in the holy aura of ‘AshadhiEkadashi this season!

This traditional celebration on Dt. 23rd July began with the favourite session of Story-telling by the teachers followed by the groupwiseWari procession in which each standard had its own responsibility- the Sr Kg Children were in charge of the ‘Palkhi’, the Jr Kg Children held the holy flags with pride and the Nursery Children danced to the music!!


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The tiny eyes shone as the little feet moved to the beats of the ‘Zhanz’ – while the other little hands bearing the (symbolic) ‘Paduka’ of Saint Dnyaneshwar and Tukaram, aware of the sweet holiness of their charge, bore the expression of utmost concentration and satisfaction while some others still danced with saffron flags and enjoyed the beats of the ‘Zhanz’& ‘Lezim’.


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An Onlookers delight, this celebration with the beautiful backdrop of Lord Vitthal’s statue decorated by the teachers- was but a sight to behold and to contemplate on the divinity in these little Millennium Warkaris as they carried this holy legacy of Maharashtra into the times to come…


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Welcome to the Wari at Millennium!!

Welcome to the Wari at Millennium!!
‘GyanbaTukaram’ chanted the tiny Warkaris of Millennium as their saffron flags danced in the holy aura of ‘AshadhiEkadashi this season!

This traditional celebration on Dt. 23rd July began with the favourite session of Story-telling by the teachers followed by the groupwiseWari procession in which each standard had its own responsibility- the Sr Kg Children were in charge of the ‘Palkhi’, the Jr Kg Children held the holy flags with pride and the Nursery Children danced to the music!!


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The tiny eyes shone as the little feet moved to the beats of the ‘Zhanz’ – while the other little hands bearing the (symbolic) ‘Paduka’ of Saint Dnyaneshwar and Tukaram, aware of the sweet holiness of their charge, bore the expression of utmost concentration and satisfaction while some others still danced with saffron flags and enjoyed the beats of the ‘Zhanz’& ‘Lezim’.


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An Onlookers delight, this celebration with the beautiful backdrop of Lord Vitthal’s statue decorated by the teachers- was but a sight to behold and to contemplate on the divinity in these little Millennium Warkaris as they carried this holy legacy of Maharashtra into the times to come…


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MILLENNIUM FELICITATES SCHOOL TOPPERS

MILLENNIUM FELICITATES SCHOOL TOPPERS:

 

Like every year, this time too, we have many student-achievers who have won laurels for our school. The Felicitation Ceremony held on Friday, 22nd June was just about the ideal way to express our pride and affection for our young champs!

With a whooping figure of 51 students with 90% and above at the X Board Exams and Shaunak Natuu from Std XII confirming a seat for IIT, Team Millennium has proved yet once again that all-round development of a student can be accomplished along with academic excellence!


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To grace the occasion we had the pleasure of having a visionary with immense passion for technology, Devendra Deshmukh who has an experience of 20 years in the field of Information Technology, as the Chief Guest.
Having gone through stringent preliminary rounds of assessments throughout the year, creating an illustrious track record of brilliant academic achievement in the Board Exams, is the natural crescendo acknowledged and appreciated in the form of the Felicitation Ceremony
The School Topper for Std. X is Madhura Godbole with 98.4% closely followed by the first runners up Anurag Pendse and Ojasi Gokhale with 98%. Parth Patki & Suhrud Atre  share the third rank with 97.4%.

Our subject toppers (Std X) –

English(97%): Madhura Godbole, Anurag Pendse, Ojasi Gokhale, Swanand Modak, Priyanka Khalate, Sanika Malvi, Kruttika Soni, Srushti Pandit, Anisha Dabke
Marathi (98%) : Rewa Rawat
Sanskrit (100%): Madhura Godbole, Tanmay Bankar, Ojasvi Deshpande, Nachiket Dandegaonkar, Mirisha Keniya
Maths (100%) :Madhura Godbole, Anurag Pendse, Ojasi Gokhale
Science (98%) :Madhura Godbole, Anurag Pendse, Ojasi Gokhale, Tanmay Bankar, Isha Bhagat
Social Science (99%) :Parth Patki, Suhrud Atre, Ishan Nadgauda, Abhinav Purohit, Priyanka Khalate


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Shaunak Natuu from Std XII (CBSE) is not only the School Topper with 95.2% but is also the subject topper in all his five subjects- English-94%, Physics-95%, Chemistry-96%, Mathematics-95%, Computer Science-96%; The second rank holder is Tanish Jadhav with 80.4% and the third ranker is Mukesh Chaudhari with 78.4%.Kadambari Patil is the subject topper for Biology with 84%.


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The Crowning Glory of the occasion was the declaration of the Best Outgoing Student Awards—The winner of Late Mrs. Vaidehi Phatak Award for Best Outgoing Student 2017-18 is Ruhi Vidwans, an enthusiastic sportsperson, a diligent student and a true all-rounder; and the winner of Late Dr. Sudheer Phatak Award for the Best Outgoing Student 2017-18 is Suhrud Atre, an aspirer of perfection with a very responsible attitude!
The excitement and genuine feelings that the student-achievers expressed as they addressed the audience was heartily reciprocated by the enthusiastic juniors as well as the parents sitting in the auditorium.


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As the ceremony was moving towards the end, the familiar anxiety of a parent and heartfelt best wishes were some of the many feelings shining in the proud eye of the Team Millennium!!

 
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