St.Vincent Pallotti School Nashik Annual Report 2022-2023

Greetings to all in the name of St. Vincent Pallotti School Nashik.

1. Introduction

“Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.” —Malcolm Forbes. With this quote a cherishing evening to all !!
I Master Mrunmay Sachin pawar the Head Boy of the school and I Ms. Sejal Akhilesh Pandey the Head Girl, proudly present the Annual Report of this temple of knowledge.
On this joyous occasion, we thank the Almighty for His showers of blessings on us. I acknowledge the relentless support and encouragement of our Chairman, Very Rev. Fr.Joy Pallachuvatil, The School Management- Fr. N.J Joseph as its President, Fr. Linchu Paul, the secretary and the members are Fr. Kuriakose
We acknowledge the dedicated and untiring efforts of the teaching and non-teaching staff. We have a strong team of 97 staff in all capabilities, which includes 74 teaching faculty, 4 administrative staff and 19 non – teaching staff who are a well-knit, qualified, serious and purposeful group of people.
This year a total of students 343 joined our school taking the total strength to 1854/1833. So together we are a big family marching together to achieve our goal of enlightening all.
With high expectation and academic rigour, the school began its journey of the session 2023-24 on 19th June 2023.
Let’s now make a tour to our campus to see the infrastructural developments.

2. Infrastructural Developments

• School has initiated the construction of foundational stage as per the NEP 2020 & is excitedly waiting to welcome many more to our Pallottine Family.
• Spacious, well-lit classrooms to aid the process of learning.
• A scientific and technological temperament is nurtured through fully equipped and suitably designed laboratories for Science, Maths and computer.
• The school library is fully furnished and it houses over 7730 books.
• Interactive smart boards are used for classroom teaching and involve students to learn with technology. Students are actively involved in their learning through presentations, notes, flowcharts and drawings using the whiteboards.
• The multipurpose auditorium of the school is used for assemblies, parent orientations, conferences, workshops, celebrations and competitions.
• The school infirmary is equipped to take care of minor exigency. In case of an emergency, the parents are informed and then the students are taken to hospital by school van.
• Sports facilities at school consists of basketball court, badminton courts, cricket pitch, skating ring, volleyball court, football, hockey and baseball fields.
• Each floor of every wing has staff rooms for its faculty members. Keeping the conveniences of the faculty in mind each staff member is provided a desk and work area.
• To ensure students’ health, hygiene and dignity, separate gender segregated comfort rooms and cool water filters are added in the basic amenities.
• A totally parent friendly office room with online fee payment and card payment.
• School has added another feather to its cap by launching a user friendly Entab . This App gives an entire scenario of the school’s functioning, student’s progress, quick and easy money transfer, etc.
• Increased safety and security for all of our students is established through appointing a full-time security guard, more supervision on the playground during recess, improved volunteer policies, Locking or monitoring doors and gates, are intended to limit or control visitor access to school campuses, while others, such as the use of security cameras are intended to monitor or restrict students’ and visitors’ behaviour on campus

3. Major Events and Activities of the Current Year 2022-23

• Training and Update: In keeping with the school’s policy of continuous upgradation of knowledge and skills, our teachers attended various workshops and seminars in beginning of the year.
• School as a centre : Our school was the centre for Spot Evaluation for CBSE
Board exams of class 10th for academic year 2022-23
• School hosted the exam for Central Teacher’s Eligibility test ie (CTET) for the year 2023.
• Parent Teacher Association (PTA): Parents are vital to the success of our institution. Our school is strengthened and supported by the Parent-Teachers Association (PTA). The formation of EPTA for the academic year 2023-24
• School Parliamentary System & Investiture ceremony: The elections for the office Bearers were conducted through voting system and the elected members were conferred with their duties and responsibilities at the Investiture Ceremony.

• Club Activities: To develop a child physically, morally, socially and mentally and to hone skills in co-scholastic areas various clubs like Literary Club, Aesthetic Club, Science Club, Sports Club ,Environment Club, Health & wellness Club, Social Outreach Club are formed for the Middle & High school students. Different activities like debates, elocution, Declamation, Extempore, role plays, speeches, cultural programmes, etc. are conducted regularly on Saturdays in the CCA period under the supervision of the Club In-charges. Primary and Pre-primary section also conducted competitions like poster making, table dodging, card making, drawing competition, best-out-of-waste, storytelling, dance competitions, memory retention competitions, elocutions.
• Students are prepared for the elementary and intermediate exams in Fine Arts organised by Director of Fine Arts, Mumbai, Maharashtra.
CBSE competitions: As per the CBSE guidelines the school par took the following competitions as:
Heritage India Quiz grade 9th , Veergatha 3.0 grade 1st -10th , CBSE Reading Challenge for grade 6th – 10th

4. Sports Achievements

• Extra-Curricular Activities: Sports competitions inculcate the spirit of positive challenges & sportsmanship among the students. Sports, games and physical fitness occupy a place of importance in our curriculum. Regular coaching sessions in football, cricket, kabadi, skipping, Netball are conducted everyday in zero period to help students to hone their talent and sharpen their skills.
• Achievements: -1. Academic:
• CBSE Board Class X: It gives an immense pride as our seniors came out with flying colours and achieved 100% result in the boards along with 10 merits for the school.
• Sports:
• Ms. Preeti Chandane of class 8th qualified for national level selection trial for Netball match.
• The Boys team under 17 secured 2nd position & Girls Team under 17 secured 1st position in netball DSO level matches & Girls were qualified for divisional level.
• The Boys & Girls Team under 14 secured 1st position in netball DSO level matches & were qualified for divisional level.
• Under 14 girls in Netball shine bright with Bronze Medal at divisional level.

• Tennis Volleyball
• Under Seventeen Boys and Girls competition conducted by the District Sports Office DSO, Under Seventeen girls of the school reached the second position in the final match while playing with the team of madhyamik school, Eklahara Team
• In the Tennis Volleyball Under Seventeen Boys and Girls competition conducted by the District Sports Office DSO, Under Seventeen boys of the school reached the third position in the semi final match while playing with the team of madhyamik school, Eklahara Team.
• Tennis volleyball
• The students qualified for state level from boys Pritam Santra. ,Piyush Patavkar, Atharava Tripathi.
• The students qualified for state level from girls Akshara bhavale, Pranjal jadhav,Samruddhi dewang, Samruddhi mandge
• Under 14 cricket team got 3rd position in district
Tanmay tile selected for divisional level matches.
Rope skipping
1. 10 boys participated in rope skipping district level matches and all were selected for divisional level.
10 girls participated in district and 1 girl is selected for divisional level
• Under 17 cricket team got 3rd position
Ajay das selected for divisional level cricket matches in under 17 team
Master. Mrunmay sachin pawar of Class X has bagged glorious positions in the District level Swimming Competition
1st position in 4 X 100m free style
2nd position 100m backstroke ,2nd position in 8 X 100 m
Speed Ball
1. Vaibhav Potdar participated in district and won gold medal and got selected for divisional level.
Chaitali Yogesh Mahajan of class 9th won gold medal at district level Taekwondo competition and qualified for divisional level.

UNDER -17 kabaddi boys DSO district match semi finalist
Under -14 kabaddi boys dso district semifinalist


Football under 14 boys got 3rd position in DSO district level matches.
Throwball event under 17 district level matches team lost but one player selected for divisional level matches
1)Ajay das

Viren nikam (class 7) Got silver medal in district level boxing event

Kick boxing event
Viren Nikam , Ganesh Anil Yadav got gold
Shlok gopal kapse, Krushna navnath barbade , Raj sandip kandekar got silver
Sufin Javed khatik got bronze

DSO district level dodgeball competition Girls under 17 dodgball Qualified for Semifinal & Girls secured 3rd position.
under 17 boys qualified for finals and secured 2nd position
1–Sadhna Shivnath Barbade
2–Neha Nitin more (girls)

1-Raj Runja Khandbahale
2–Pallav Kiran Kamble(boys)
Are selected for state team trial selection from Nashik

DSO Chess competition participated RUSHIKESH KADAM & AMAN VISHWAKARMA.
2. Table tennis
3 boys participated for district level matches

5. Competitive Examinations

• Competitive Examinations: To develop competitive spirits and to guide students to display their innate talents, students are motivated to take part in competitive exam organised by the school, namely, Pallotti Knowledge Hunt & SOF
• Celebrations: India and celebrations have a close relation with each other so, like every year this year too we witnessed vibrant & spectacular celebrations. Re-opening of School after the summer vacation for primary & middle school & Pre school. Van Mohotsav imbibing the value of respecting & protecting our environment importance of our Environment. Independence Day and Republic Day commemorated to instil patriotism and respect for the Motherland. Teachers’ Day, Children’s Day, Dussehra, Diwali , were celebrated by putting up a colourful and an extravagant programme by the students and staff.
• Bharat Scouts and Guides: Scouting and Guiding is a character building educational movement. This year we have begun Bharat Scouts and Guides unit in our school. Camps and activities are organized to free the mind and liberates the spirit of the students.
• Annual Gatherings: The Annual Sports Day, Sports Fiesta-2023 was a spectacular event of the session. Art, Craft & Science Exhibition and Fete was organized to display the artistic talent and scientific temperament of the students. Skill Module: The development of skills among the students is the need of the hour so, the school has initiated with the CBSE skill Module courses for classes 6th – 9th.
Abacus: The holistic development of the students is the priority of the school with this vision the school started with the Abacus classes for grade 1st – 7th.

6. Students Soft Skill Development Programmes:

1. Ms. Dnyanada Joshi and team guide the slow learners in the areas of academic achievement, personal or social development.
2. Career guidance and Self-development sessions are organized by ensuring today’s students to become productive, well-adjusted adults of tomorrow.
3. School organise medical health check-up camp for all the students every year. A team of doctors headed by Dr. Devendra Kavathalkar from Sarthak Hospital, Nashik conduct the camp which include General Physical examinations.
4. Dr. Rajendra Patil and Dr. Preeti Rajendra Patil from Nashik conduct sessions on Sex Education for teenagers.

7. Social Outreach Programme:

The school has started a social outreach programme, namely, ‘Pallotti Seva’ to reach out to unfortunate and needy brethren of our society and to inculcate this positive quality in our students providing them platforms to stand for social cause that could take them to untrodden paths of life. Pallotti Seva organises blood donation camps, clothes and grains collection and donation drives, field visit to orphanages and other centers of noble nature, etc.

8. Conclusion

As we conclude the report, we bow our head in reverence to the Almighty God for the blessings He has showered upon this institution. All these achievements were possible because of the commitment of the management, teaching and non-teaching staff, students, parents, benefactors and well-wishers. We express our sincere thanks and heartfelt gratitude to all who have been with us in our journey and for their continuous support and co-operation.
We conclude this report by entrusting our school to the divine hands of St. Vincent Pallotti, our patron and by invoking his prayers for the journey ahead.
Thank you and God bless us all.

Fr. Linchu Paul SAC
St. Vincent Pallotti School