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The new session for class X and XII commenced on 12th March 2018. a special morning assembly was conducted . It started with a prayer service seeking blessing of the Almighty . The scriptures were read followed by prayers and petitions . Our Principal Sr. Ramona welcomed them and encouraged them with her words of wisdom. She urged the students to work hard to score well and to study happily and should not consider academics as burden.


On 14th March our school celebrated the 'Sophians Day' with the students of classes X and XII. Our principal Sr. Ramona fliped the pages of Sophia's history by telling how Sophia came into existence and about the founder founder of our school RT. Rev. Bishop Fortunatus Henri Coumont and co-founder Rev. Mother Mary Matilda . They had to undergo a lotof troubles to make today happen.



The new session for classes VI to IX started on 2nd April 2018 . A special assembly was conducted . the theme of the assembly was 'Prayer for Life' . The students were told about the importance of prayer in life . The assembly consisted of prayer service , and the new students were welcomed.


Goals are the most important milestone of a person's life . Keeping this in mind our school organised a seminar for the classes X and IX on 3rd April 2018 in order to set a goal in life . Miss Shreya a counsellor guided the students . She acquainted the students about various methods that can be used to improve their learning skills. The students were made to play puzzles and games . She also briefed them on how to keep awayfrom distraction and be determined towards their goals.
It was indeed a great experience


A special assembly was conducted in memory of the founderRt. Rev. Bishop Fortunatus Henri Caumont's death anniversary on 4th April 2018.

The principal Sr. Ramona aqquainted the students about the struggles faced by the people and the achievements of the founder . He had to undergo many problems for the upliftment of the girlchild and education for girls . His aim was to impart education to girls .


A special assembly was conducted to commemorate the festival of Ressuruction of Christ, Easter. Fr. Prasad, the Parish priest prayed for the well being of the students , staff and their famlies . Blessing of the school was done by sprinkling showers of Holy Water The meritorious students were awarded with gold , silver and bronze medal for their performance in various olympiads . The basketball team was felicitated who were declared as the best basketball team in the camp held in Madhya Pradesh . O ur Principal Sr. Ramona honoured the students and encouraged them with her words of appreciation.


On 21st April , 2018 , various competitions were held for the students of classes VI to IX . A ctivities like story telling, elocution, extempore and Nukkad Natak were held It was an inter-class competition . Each participant did their best to win the contest. These activities are conducted to develop confidence and competitive spirit among the students . It also helps in an all round developement of a student. The principal Sr. Ramona appreciated the efforts put by the students and awarded the winners and also encouraged the students with her words of wisdom.

Institutin Day

ON 26th April 2018, our school celebrated its 97th year of estabilshment which is also known as Institution day. It satarted with the lighting of the lamp by the principal Sr. Daisy followed by prayers and petitions. Prayers were affered for the develpoment of the school , well being of the Sisters, Staff, and Students. The students were acquainted with the brief history of the institution. Quiz was also conducted to check on how much students know about the school. The Vice Principal Sr. Daisy addressed the students and urged them to keep the Sophian flag soaring with pride. The assembly concluded with Sophian Anthem.

Workshop on Art of Cooking

On 25th April 2018, Chef Jaya Ailani fron South Africa visited our school and addressed the Home Science students. She taught the art of cooking exotic Italian and Chinese. The students enjoyed and learnt a lot. It was wonderful exprience for the students . The chef also shared expriences of her journey of life. The school presented her the memento, a token of our love and gratitude and extended thanks for taking time from her busy schedule and sparing time.

Visit to Arch Academy

The students of Home Science visited Arch academy to attend a carrer counselling session on 13th April 2018. An exhibition was laid up by the academy which show cased the talent of their students. Our students paricipated enthusiastically in jewellery designing. The students were briefed with the various courses the academy offers. It was a good learning axperience.

Investiture Ceremony

The Office Bearers for the academic session of 2018-2019 were entrusted with responsibilites on 28th April 2018. The members of the student council, Principal Sr.Ramona Manager Sr. Sangeeta and Vice Principal Sr. Daisy were escorted by the NCC cadets to the stage. The solemn ceremony commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the principal Sr. Ramona , Manager Sr. Sangeta , vice principal Sr. Daisy and the newly appointed Head Girl Dinple Agarwal followed by prayers and petitions . Then the Principal pinned the badge to the Head Girl and the Captains of the four houses . Manager Sr.Sangeeta and Vice Principal also pinned badges to other office bearers . The Head Girl extended her gratitude and urged students co-operations to carry out their duties successfully . The Secretary, Students Council Ancahl Mehta proposed vote of thanks . The ceremony cocluded with the taking oath and promising to serve the institution with dedication and honesty . In the end the Sophian Anthem was sung.



Following the tradition of the school, worker's day was celebrated in the school on May 1st 2018. The bhayajies and baijies were escorted by Sister Ramona , Sr. Sangeeta and Sr. Daisy to the school hall.The programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp followed by prayers and petitions . A small cultural programme was orgainised to entertain the workers . Dance from primary and seconday were enthralling . Games were also conducted for them . They were feliciated with the gift from the Management ,Staff and Students . The Principal Sr. Rmaona thanked and praised the efforts of the workers.


Our school organised an oral health session for the students of class 9th and class 10th on May 7th 2018. Dr. Shiva Gupta M.D.S Orthodontist addressed the students. Through the session the students were guided on how to take care of teeth . They were also acquainted with various dental problems. She also briefed the students with the treatment procedure.


The school organised a career counselling session for the students of classes Xth to XIIth on 10 th and 11 th MAY 2018 . It was a proud moment as the precious gems of our institution came as the counsellors Dr. Megha Sharma SMS hospital guided the students about the oppurtunities in Medical sciences , MS. Parul Tiwari counselled the students on how to choose career . Ms. Noreen Deshwali , fashion merchandiser a core producer in technology guided the students about NIFT. Ms. Prabha Dixit assistant professor of JNU briefed the students with oppurtunities in mass communicatin , journalism and E-News. Ms. Roma Singhal briefed the students about content writing . It was an amazing and motivating session which can help the students to reach the pinnacle of success . The Secretary English Club Ms. Nandini Ramola Das expressed gratitude to the resource persons for taking out time and acquainting the students with career options . The students look forward for such sessions . Our School always arrange for such informative and valuable sessions from students and staff.


Twenty one NCC cadets of class X attended the CATC camp at the VIT campus , jagatpura from 14TH June to 23rd June 2018. The cadets got chance to enhance many skills. As per the moto of NCC says, “Unity and Dicipline”, they learnt time management, perseverance and many values which shaped their code of conduct as well.

Many competitions were held and our cadets stood first in parade and dance competitions. In the rifel shooting category and quiz our school bagged 2nd position. It was possible because of constant support and encouragement from our Sr. Ramona , the teachers and mentors throughout the camp.


With heavy heart we bade adieu to our principal Sr. Ramona on 13th May, 2018. The staff Representative presented a bouquet wishing her all success for the new venture which she has to undertake. A special prayer service was held in which teachers read from the Holy Bible and dedicated prayers and petitions seeking God’s blessings for our dear Sister Ramona. May God bless her with good health of mind and body so that she can carry her assigned duties to the best of her abilities.


Welcome to New Principal

After a relaxing summer break the school reopened on 2nd July, 2018. There was great excitement to greet the new principal Sister Arlene along with Middle Section incharge Sister Selma and primary section incharge Sister Prasanna. A special Assembly was organised in the school premise. The Assembly started with Prayers and petitions by teachers. Manager Sister Sangeeta introduced the new Principal Sister Arlene to the school. Sister Arlene addressed the assembly saying that she was happy and excited to be part of the institution. We Wish her all the best for the new venture and for all future endeavours.

English Excellence Day

English Excellence Day was celebrated on 9th July, 2018. A session on interactive English was held by our school for the students of class XII C. Many presentations were prepared on homonyms and the most confusing words in English. After watching presentations, children were asked to recall the words that were presented and to speak on a particular word for a minute. It was an educative session to help us score better marks in examination and excel in the skills to face competitive examinations.


ON 12Th July 2018, time table presentation/ display competition was held for the session 2018- 19 in which all classes VI- XII participated with enthusiasm and creativity. Every class vived with one another with exciting ideas and innovations. The results of the competitions are as follows:

XI XI D and E XI C

A seminar was held for the girls of class VI and VII by Proctor And Gamble India limited. It was about menstruation and to maintain proper hygine during their period. Mrs. Parul the resource person created awareness differentiate between bad touch and good touch along with tips for being hygienic. She also told the students that periods are not a curse but a basic process which every women and girl has to go through. Mothers also were also active participants in this seminar.

Bare- Knuckle Boxing

The word “Sports” has always been an integral part of learning in St. Angela Sophia School, Jaipur

“Don’t count the days but make days count”, as the motto of our school’s sports team. Boxer Kanishka Naruka of grade 8, has brought laurels to the school. She participated in the 13th Sub-Junior Girls District Championship, 2018 , held at Kota. She bagged Gold medal in weight category 48-50 Kg and bagged Bronze medal in weight category Below 13, organized by Rajasthan Boxing Association .

Kudos! To the young champion for making sophians proud. Her achievement will ring through the history of the school.


On 14Th july the students of class 8Th to 12Th were introduced to MUN (Model United Nation) . It is an organisation which gives aplatform to the students of different schools and colleges around the world to represent their country at the international level. Mr. Nirankush Singh and Ms. Bhavunaik Shekhawat acquainted the students about the same. After listening to them, all the students were really enthusiastic to participate in the MUN which will be conducted on 11th and 12th of August, 2018 at DRIT (Dr. Radha Krishnan Institute of Technology). Participating in MUN was a really a great opportunity for the students to represent their school and enhance speaking and Debating skills and get new experiences.

Workshop on Election

On 27th July, 2018 an informative interactive session on the process of enrolling names in electoral rolls was held. The session emphasised the need and fight of every Indian citizen to exercise their vote freely and wisely. It involved a power point presentation on the importance of voting, process of enrolment and process of casting votes. Videos were also included to make the concept of elections comprehensible. Basic information on complex subjects such as NSUP, VVPAT etc. It was imparted in fun and interesting ways. An interactive quiz was held to test the knowledge of the students.

The session was held by ma’am Thangham Jacob and was inspected by member of Election Commission - Shantosh Sharma to check whether it was correspondence, with the guidelines or not.

Regional Essay Writing Competition

On 31stJuly, 2018 a Regional essay-writing competition was being organised in the school for Christian students. It emphasised basically to promote catholic lay participation and create awareness on various issues within the constituent elements of the church.

Our catholic and non-catholic students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. Students outpoured their expressions and creativity through their writing skills.

The topics for the essay were-

a) A family is that prays together, stays together.

b) The holy family of Nazareth should be our ideal.

FAREWELL to Mrs. Vandana Mathur and Mr. S.D Sharma

The school bade farewell to our pillars Mrs. Vandana Mathur and Mr. S.D. Sharma on 14th July who rendered their services to the institution. A special prayer services was conducted seeking God’s grace on both of them and their families. The students showed their love and gratitude through an enthralling entertainment programme in the form of dance, drama and songs. Mrs. Alka and Mrs. Shefali through their address threw light on their dedicated services to the institution. The Principal Sr. Arlene thanked them for their contribution to the institution and wished them good.


Prize distribution ceremony

On 3rd of August, 2018 a prize distribution ceremony was held for the students who showed outstanding performance in AIPO (All India Proficiency Oxyopia). Principal, Sr. Arlene awarded medallions and certificates. She motivated the students with her inspirational thoughts, ideas and gave better ways to improve academics as well as co-curricular activities. Two students of our school secured 4th and 9th rank at the national level. They received medals, certificates and a gift hamper

Hiroshima Day

A special assembly was conducted depicting the devastation and horrors suffered by inhabitants of Japan at the end of the World War II.

The students of the history section, under the guidance of Ma’am Aditi Das, presented a mime which exhibited the dominance of the U.S.A and the forceful surrender of the Japanese after the atomic bombardment on the two cities of Japan, Hiroshima on 6th August, 1945 and Nagasaki on 9th August, 1945. This was the first time a nuclear weapon was experimented by dropping in places densely populated.

The students enacted according to the whole scenario which took place on 6th & 9th August, 1945.The enactment was to bring out the need of peace amongst the nations and need of U.N to bring people together so that everyone co-exist in harmony. The assembly concluded with words of appreciation by Principal Sr. Arlene.

Science Day

On the 10th August 2018, our school organised “The Fusion Forum 2018” an Inter School Science Competition to commemorate the 99th birth Anniversary of Dr. Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai. The fiesta enfolded a cornucopia of events.

Many exaltating events took place such as Aryabhatta Science Quiz, Power of expression (Debate competition) and Fantastical Faces (Face painting competition).The conclave was graced by Chief Guest Mr. Ashok Kumar Nagawat and the Guest of Honour was Dr. K. Venkatratnam Kamma and Dr. Sushma Chauchan. More than 30 schools participated in the event and won many prizes.

Seminar for classes IX to XII

On 8th August, 2018, an interactive session was organised by the school for the classes IX to XII . The seminar was conducted by the counsellor Ms. Kavita Bhargava. The session was conducted to create awareness in the students regarding the issues and problems of adolescence. She acquainted the students various useful ways and health tips regarding the maintenance of physical and mental hygiene .It was indeed a very informative, interactive session which guided the students to live a healthy and happy during adolescence.

Visit to M.U.N

On 11th and 12th of August the students of classes IX to XII attended the DRIT MUN 2018 at the DR. Radhakrishnan Institute of Technology. It was an enriching experience. For oratory skills and productive research our school was felicitated with the best delegation award. Besides this, Kanvika Sharma of class XII Humanities bagged the outstanding Delegate Award along with cash prize of Rs. 4000/-. Aanchal Mehta of class XII Humanities and Mugdha Pareek of class IX were appreciated for their oratory skills.

Independence Day Celebration

On 15th August our school celebrated 72nd Independence day with great pomp and show. Mrs. Rashmi Nawal, Civil Judge and Magistrate , Metropolitan of Raj. High Court , an Ex- Angelitie was the Chief Guest. The celebration started with hoisting of the flag followed by National Anthem. A special prayer service was conducted to bless the nation and its leaders. Many dances and songs were presented capturing and treating eyes bringing out patriotism. Many motivational speeches were presented by many students on patriotism.The Chief Guest appreciated all the programmes that depicting the Nationalism, she addressed the students with scintillating speech to instil in the students the feeling of patriotism. During dispersal students were given sweets that made the day a memorable one.

Rakhi Making Competition

Rakhi making competition was held on 18th August, 2018 for the classes VI to VIII. Children exhibited their skills and craftsmanship using waste material, made beautiful varied rakhi. Every child vived with one another to bring out the best. At the end splendid rakhi display captured the attentions of everyone. All the winners were awarded with certificates of appreciation.

Prize Distribution

On 24th August, 2018 after the morning assembly meritorious students of classes VI –XII were awarded for securing the highest rank in academics in their respective sections and also for achieving cent percent attendance in the previous session 2017-2018. Trophies, medals and certificates were given to the students. Principal Rev. Sr. Arlene was very proud to see a huge number of meritorious students who were felicitated them with trophies and certificates.

Visit to the Pearl Institute

On 24th August, 2018 , a workshop at Pearl Institute of Fashion was conducted for the Humanities students of XII. The students were warmly welcomed by the hospitable staff and students of the Institute itself.

The students then proceeded to the auditorium where they were enrichly acquainted with the career prospects open for the students of Arts and Creative Science. The session was an informative one where the students under the able guidance of Mr. Prateek Sudhakaran (Architect) were told about the three fields related to creative sciences, namely Practise, Education and Research. The workshop was equipped with the hands on guidance from professionals of their respective fields.

The Trial and Error workshop helped them all to find their skill areas and have practical experience of learning and working under proffesionals. It was followed by the photography session. The students were provided with refreshments.

The Heritage City Tour

ON 24th August, 2018 the students of XI Humanities section went on a heritage visit of our own city Jaipur. The students visited the City Palace where they were priviledged to see the Armory Section, Art and Photography gallery, ancient era textiles and Sabha Niwas. Then the students proceeded to the Albert Hall Museum where the Persian Mummy named “Tutu” was the main centre of attraction.A quiz was conducted related to knowledge imparted to the students. Pendants were awarded to the students who gave the correct answer. It was a very expansive experience for every student attending the workshop. It also helped the students to explore their own city.

National Sports Day

On 29th August, 2018 in memory of Major Dhyanchand School observed National Sports Day in school, a special Assembly was conducted. Prayers and petitions were offered for sportsmen of our country and for a healthly nation. A passage was read out on the importance of sports and games. The primary and middle sections displayed their skills in Taekwando. Classes IX to XII presented a suchronised display of drills. Principal Sr. Arlene motivated students the need of physical exercises reiterating the old age” Beautiful mind rests in beautiful body.” She also appreciated the efforts of Mr. Sherley Massey, Mr. Sangeet Thomas, Mr. R.K. Sharma for their contribution to see that children maintain their health through games, sports and physical drills.


Skit on Global warming

Our school not only impart knowledge and values to students but also try to create awareness among the social masses about the problem prevailing in the society or nature. On 1st September, 2018 the students of IX and X presented an informative skit for the parents of primary section. The skit wonderfully portrayed the message of saving our Mother Earth for the future generation. Skit depicted the causes of global warming, its consequences and how to control it. The parents appreciated the efforts of the teachers and students. It really made the parents think to do something to conserve the environment for the coming generations. Sr. Arlene, Principal was very happy to see the students contributing their bit to enlighten the people.

Chart Presentation Competition

A teacher is the one who burns herself to light others. It is the teacher who teaches and shows way to other profession. An inter house chart presentation competition was held on 1st September, 2018, for the occasion of Teachers’ Day. The students of each house portrayed their love, respect and gratitude to the teacher by demonstrating their artistic skill. They were encouraged to work in a team showing their understanding and love. The presentation was worth appreciating.

Teachers’ Day Celebration

A teacher not only imparts knowledge but instills values in students. On 5th September, 2018, in memory of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnana our school celebrated Teachers’ Day with full fervor and joy. A special prayer service was held for the teachers seeking God’s blessings on them and their loved ones. A cultural programme consisting of songs, dances and skit was conducted to entertain the teachers. The students showcased their talent under the able guidance of the Principal Rev. Sr. Arlene and Vice Principal Rev. Sr. Daisy. The students presented beautiful cards and sapling to the teachers as mark of love, respect and gratitude. The Manager, Rev. Sr. Sangeeta along with other sisters presented beautiful gift to the teachers. The Principal, Rev. Sr. Arlene expressed gratitude for the dedicated service of the teachers. She wished them good luck and the best of health.

Celebration of Girl Child Day, Boarder’s Day and Literacy Day

8th September is observed as Girl Child Day in memory of Mother Mary’s Feast. Mother Mary is the mother of the poor and destitute. A special prayer service was organized seeking blessed Mother Mary’s blessings. 8th September is declared as International Literacy Day, its aim is to highlight the importance of literacy to individual communities and societies. To mark the importance of literacy our school conducted a special morning assembly where students presented beautiful skit conveying the message of how important it is to impart knowledge. The students of NCC visited the Vijaypura Government School and presented a Nukkad Natak to highlight the social issues and how to combat these issues with the help of education. Besides the students of classes VI to VIII performed a dance conveying the message to save Girl Child. The school also celebrated the birthday of the boarders. Birthday song was sung, gifts and refreshments were given to them. The assembly concluded by the words of appreciation by the Principal Rev. Sr. Arlene. She encouraged the students’ willingness of imparting knowledge and developing the spirit of sensitivity for the deprived. She also appreciated the vision of our founder being forwarded by the students as a legacy for the years to come.

USM members organized the Literacy programme

On 8th Sept, 2018 USM members organized a Literacy program for the class IV staff to enlighten them on the importance of education. They were enlightened on Health, Hygiene and clealiness. Mrs. Sunita Yadav explained to the audience the need and importance of cleanliness in our daily lives. Cleanliness of thought, mind and body self comes before other things. Seven golden rules to keep ourselves safe from diseases were explained through Power point presentation on SWACHHTA AUR SWASTHAYA. i.e. Cleanliness and Health. Students of class 8th were present during the session. Principal Sr. Arlene, Sr. Sangeeta, Sr. Selma and Sr. Joan were present to guide and motivate them.


We make a living by what we get But we make a life by what we give!! National Cadet Corps cadets of our school got an ideal opportunity to meet the young minds of Vijaypura Government school on 8th September, 2018 where our cadets of class ninth performed a nukkad natak for them on various social issues. The president of NCC Sgt. Saloni Sharma did an interacting session with them asking about their community problems and discussing about the importance of NCC and importance of parents, teachers and guardians in their life. The experience was really beautiful or it was more like magic seeing kids dancing , singing , painting and asking various questions .We could see the urge to learn , purity of happiness and the gleam of hope amongst them .Sister principal distributed chocolates , registers , biscuits and pen to all the students with our care taker NCC Anshul Saxena Ma’am. We also gave some prizes to the most active student, best dancer, best singer and to the child who secured the highest percentage in class 10 last year.

Management Day

The Feast of the Exaltation of the Cross is celebrated as Management Day in our school. It was celebrated on 12th September, 2018. Rev. Sisters were warmly welcomed with the showers of rose petals. The programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp. A special prayer service was conducted for our dear sisters who render selfless services to the society. The crowd was acquainted with the significance of Cross. The students and staff presented cards and bouquets to our sisters as token of love, respect and gratitude. The students presented songs and dances to entertain our dear Sisters. The programme concluded with Rev. Sr. Sangeeta’s words of gratitude. She thanked the teachers and students for their love and care displayed through cards, bouquets, prayers, songs and dances. Rev. Sr. Arlene appreciated the efforts put by the students.

Hindi Divas

Hindi Divas was celebrated in our school on 15th September, 2018. A special prayer service was conducted the students of classes VII and VIII presented a melodious song in praise of Hindi Language. The students of class XII emphasized on the importance of Hindi language. The school gives due respect to the National language, every Saturday the entire morning assembly is conducted in Hindi. Principal Sr. Arlene appreciated the programme and motivated them to speak and write correct language and also encouraged the students to read good books of Hindi language and give due respect to it.

Performance of our school at District level Tournament

In Badminton under 14 team event St. Angela Sophia School bagged the second position and in individual event Pragya Katara stood second and was selected for state level tournament. Under 17 category Pushti Tiwari was selected for state level. Under 19, team event St. Angela Sophia were winners and in individual event. Jesmi Sojan was winner and Saloni Ambwani was runner up and were selected for the state level tournament. In Lawn Tennis under 19, St. Angela Sophia School bagged 3rd position. In individual event Garima Khoda stood 2nd and Sneha Gehlot stood 3rd and both were selected for the state level tournament. In BasketBall under 14, St. Angela Sophia stood third .Vidhi Saraaf and Chesta were selected for the state level. Under 17 school was runner up Manvi Srivastava, Yashavi Yadav and Pulkita Sharma were selected for the state level tournament. Manvi Srivastava bagged the “Best Player” award for her outstanding performance St. Angela Sophia was winner in the Basket Ball tournament organized by KGPS school by defeating St. Anslem.

Report on Swachh Bharat- Swachhata Pakhwada

Swachh Bharat Mission run by the ministry of HRD in India is observed from 2nd October, 2014 to 2019. In this series once again St. Angela Sophia Sr. Sec. School celebrated Swachh Bharat –Swachhata Pakhwada from 1st September, 2018 to 15th Spetember, 2018 in the school premises in reference to RO circular no. Acad-22/2018 dated 07-08-2018. It is rightly said , “A person may be an expert in any fields of knowledge but without cleanliness his life is a waste.” Our school has always contributed towards every mission in the best way by the students of our School.

Self Management

In service training programme was conducted for the teachers on “Self Management through Mind Sciences and Power of the Sub Conscious Mind” on 25th September, 2018. Dr. Kavita Bhargava an eminent Psychologist spoke on the topic and very beautifully elaborated the significance of Mind over body. She further discussed the various methods to manage the various challenges in day to day life by the means of Mind Science. The talk was indeed very helpful and further move to enhance the management skills.

E- Learning

An update on the e-learning techniques by the extramarks.com conducted by Ms. Ekta Handa on 27th September, 2018.The resource person clearly updated the staff on the usage of smart board for better learning and audio visual aids for students. It was an enriching experience for all of us and indeed for the students.


Gandhi Jayanti and Shastri Jayanti Celebration

On October 1, 2018 a special assembly was conducted to commemorate the birthday of the Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and the former Prime Minister LalBahadurShastri. Prayers and petitions were offered seeking God to fulfil their dreams for our country. Students acquainted with the contribution of these great freedom fighters. Besides the passage, many poems were recited and even the slogans were chanted. The assembly concluded with the National Anthem. The Principal Sr. Arlene encouraged the students by asking them to tread on the way of truth and honesty like Mahatma Gandhi.

Session by Times of India

The Times of India conducted a session for the students of classes IX and XI on October5, 2018 to acquaint the students about journalism. The students were briefed with the “Life of the newspaper, on how the newspaper is prepared. The students were also told about how the collectivisation of news is done. They were also taught the format of newswriting. It was worth attending session.

Special Assembly

A special Assembly was conducted on October5, 2018 to welcome “The Mother General of M.S.A Rev. Sr. Savina and Assistant General Rev. Sr. Goretti. The assembly started with the lighting of the lamp followed by prayers and petitions. A floral welcome was conferred on the guest. The Head Girl of the Students’ Council proposed vote of thanks. A special song was sung. The assembly concluded with the inspiring words of Mother General. She advised the students how to grab the opportunities and make good use of them.

Selection of NCC Cadets

On October,12 a team of experts of the National Cadet Corp(NCC) were invited to the school to select students of class IX for their enrolment. The head of the unit along with its members inspired the students about the functioning of NCC, its significance and benefits. After a difficult stamina test and viva round; 25 students were selected to be enrolled in NCC.

Intach Heritage Quiz

On October,12, 2018 , two students of classes VII and IX went for an Intach Heritage Quiz held at S.V. Public School. Around 71 teams of various reputed schools of the city participated in it; and our school is qualified for the city finals.The quiz was based on the Culture and Heritage of India. It enhanced the knowledge of the students

Education Trip for the students of class XI

Around 109 students of class XI accompanied by 7 teachers and the Principal started their educational trip to Mumbai- a city of dreams and Saputhara the only hill station in Gujrat on 9th October,2018 to October15, 2018. They boarded GareebRath from Jaipur Railway Station to Mumbai and reached there the next morning. After the breakfast, the students explored the city and enjoyed the virtual games at Smash . They set for their journey to Saputara the next morning and reached there by afternoon. After the lunch the students were taken out to explore the place. They enjoyed the hill station of Saputara and learned a lot. In the evening the local dang tribe presented the tribal dance which was mesmerising. The next morning they set out back to Mumbai. The students before returning back to Jaipur, encountered a lot of new things and new places. It was astounding experience which not only catered our students a learning disclosure and were also truly enlightened.

A Visit to Anand International College of Engineering

Anand International College of Engineering invited the students of class XII science stream of our school to be the part of a counselling programme on October 22, 2018. An interactive session focussing on scope beyond JEE and NEET was organised by Mr. Jai Kishan. They also conducted an open forum session with renowned people from their respective fields to answer the queries of the students. Open forum session consisted of subject experts from esteemed institutions of the city. The students visited efficient labs. The seminar organised by Anand International College of Engineering proved to be beneficial for students.

Co- Curricular and Extra Curricular Activities

For the holistic development of a child the school has decided to organise extra classes of Co- curricular and extra curricular activities for the students of classes 3rd to 8th during zero period. The students are well trained by expert teachers on classical dance (Kathak) and Music both Vocal and Instrumental. Around 100 students have enrolled themselves and regular classes for the same are carried out successfully. It is an initiative by our Principal Rev. Sr. Arlene to induce the culture and tradition of our country in every child.

Visit to Arch Academy

The students of Humanities section paid a visit to Arch Academy of design on October 22, 2018. A session on “Elements and Principles of Art and Design” was conducted . It was a fabulous and an interactive session. After the session, a fun activity was conducted for the students where they were provided with waste cloth and material to show their creativity to make a dress out of it. Everyone did their best and came out with numerous creative ideas but only 4 outstanding dresses were selected and were awarded with T-shirt and a certificate. All the participants received the participation certificates. These sessions develop confidence among the students and give them the insight of Art and Design. The students were benefitted out of it.

Achievement of our Sports Team

The students of our school participated in PIE Olympics conducted by Rajasthan Patrika. Our school was declared winner in Various Sports i.e. BasketBall Girls (Under -18), Badminton Girls (Under-14) and under -18 category, Long Jump Girls(Under- 18). Nandini Sharma of class XII was declared as the best Athlete and was awarded two Gold medals at state level Athletic tournament held at Banswara in CBSE clusters.

Pre – RDC Camp NCC

NCC is an integral part of our school curriculum. Every year students are selected from our school to participate in the Republic Day Camp(RDC). This year Cadet Kritika Singh and Cadet Venya Gangwani participated in pre RDC Camp held from October 9 to October 18, 2018 at Universe Public School Sirsi Road, Mundiya ,Ranswar. They participated in Group Folk Dance, Flag area, National Integration Awareness Programme and Best Cadet Competition .Our Cadet secured first prize in group singing completion. They were selected to represent the Jaipur team in the next Pre- RDC Camp being held at RAJ GIRLS BN UNIT, near JKK , Jaipur from October 27 to November 5 , 2018.

Diya Decoration, Chart Display and Lantern Making Competition

Every year school organises competition to celebrate the festivals of India so that student learn the importance of each festival. The students of class VI decorated the diya. Class VII presented charts with Diwali theme and students of class VIII made colourful lanterns in the inter house competition held on October 27, 2018. Students participated enthusiastically in the competition and showed their creativity.


Farewell to Ma’am Stella Peter

The Management, staff and students bid adieu to our dear teacher Mrs Stella Peter who rendered 36 years of exemplary service to the institution. Her hard work and dedicated service was celebrated as a small function held on November 1, 2018. The programme started with the lighting of the lamp, followed by a special prayer service for our dear ma’am who had dedicated herself for the smooth functioning of the school. After the prayer service a small cultural programme was held where children presented beautiful dance, farewell song and also prepared a PowerPoint Presentation to commemorate the committed services of ma’am Stella Peter to the institution and wished her all the best. Ma’am Stella Peter thanked everyone for their co-operation and love offered to ma’am. The programme concluded with sumptuous lunch.

Diwali Celebration

The festival of light Diwali was celebrated with great pomp and joy on November, 2018 in our school. The celebration started with the lighting of the auspicious lamp followed by prayers and petitions. A short passage was read which symbolised the real joy of Diwali which could be accomplished by spreading love and harmony. The students of standard III to VIII presented melodious song expressing joy and happiness. The programme concluded with an inspirational speech by the Principal Sister Arlene. She enlightened the students on the reason why the festival of Diwali is celebrated and it significance. The students were encouraged to celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali.

Seminar on Personality Development

For the holistic development of the students our school always make numerous efforts. The school organised a seminar on Personality Development for standard X to XII on 12th and 13th November, 2018. Father K. T. Jose a renowned orator and counsellor conducted productive session for the students. He talked about personality development and self-esteem. Many interesting activities were conducted to groom the students. Father skilfully conducted the seminar using audio visual aids. Students enjoyed the seminar and learnt many things and promised to tread on the right path and work on their personality.

Children’s Day

Kids go where there is excitement they stay where there is love. On November 14, 2018, Children’s Day was celebrated in our school. A special prayer service and a cultural programme was organised to entertain the students. The programme started with the lighting of the lamp followed by special prayers for children of our school and world wide. After the prayer service teachers of the primary and high school presented spellbound dances. The program concluded with the inspiring speech by the Principal, Sr. Arlene. Thereafter, Bal Mela was organised wherein various stalls of delicacies, games and swings were put up and also DJ music was arranged where children danced to the latest songs. The students enjoyed to the fullest and made it a memorable day.


For the holistic development of the child, recreation also plays a vital role in their life, Sofia has always helped students in their all-round development of a child be it academics, sports etc. Like other years this year also the students of classes I to X were taken out for picnic on November 16 and 17, 2018 class wise to Holiday Resort. It was a day filled with fun and frolic. The students enjoyed adventurous rides, dance, pool and savouring food. The day created souvenirs and memorable moments to be cherished lifelong.

Seminar on Road Safety

To Commemorate World Remembrance Day, an interactive seminar on Road Safety was organised for the students of classes IX to XII by an NGO Angel Road Safety. Students narrated the road accidents witnessed by them and the reasons why they occurred. All the incidents proved that carelessness and reckleness caused accidents on road while driving. This seminar was organised with the aim to reduce the number of road accidents. Students were encouraged to follow the Road Safety rules to avert road accidents.

CBSE National Badminton Championship

Sophian girls have always shown their excellence in various sports. This time the school Badminton team out shown their performance by securing Bronze medal in CBSE national Badminton Championship which was held on November 25, 2018. Their triumph has proved that hard work and determination complemented with perseverance can do wonders.

INKA Literature Fest

On November 24, 2018, students of classes XI and XII participated in the INKA Literature Fest at St. Xavier’s College. Our students participated in various activities organised.


On November 25, 2018 71st NCC day was celebrated at Maharaja College, Jaipur. Many schools and colleges along with 16 cadets of our school participated in the event .Mr. Sunil Grover was the chief guest for the occasion. All the cadets participated in the parade which marched to the tune of Pilani band. Each group participated in the cultural programme also. The cadets of our school presented Rajasthani dance form which was highly cheered by the other cadets. The programme concluded with the inspiring speech of Mr. Sunil Grover. He talked about the significance and advantages of NCC.

Presentation at All India Radio

The students of classes VI –VIII represented our school at all India Radio on November 8, 2018. They presented patriotic song, hymns and narrated stories. The expedition helped to promote creativity, imagination and confidence among the students. The students were highly appreciated. The programme was aired on December 2 and December 9, 2018.



On December 1, 2018, Around 95 students from primary and middle section of our school performed Kathak dance during school assembly. The students presented this semi classical dance by showcasing various Mudras, tatkaar and Tihai. This is a great initiative taken by our Principal Sr. Arlene. Students are trained in the school for an hour every day. This training helped them in presenting a beautiful performance.


The Times of India group conducted a seminar for the students of classes VI to VIII on December 1, 2018 on the crucial issue “Disadvantages of Packaged Foods”. Mrs. Shweta Khurana. the resource person acquainted the students about the harms caused by packaged foods. The students also got an opportunity to taste the delicacy of ‘Molly Moo Company’. It was a splendid experience to become aware of the unknown yet shocking facts about health, disguised in the form of packaged food products.


International Knowledge Centre, Bangalore organized an interactive session on how to get admission in the colleges overseas. Mr. Rex Cone from Columbia University and Mr. Jimmy from the University of Gulf acquainted the students with every possible details of how to get admission in various universities overseas. It was held on December 4, 2019. It was an informative session for the students of Commerce and Humanities of class XI. The students look forward for such sessions.


To enhance the reasoning skill of the students the school has always encouraged the students to participate in various Olympiad. Around 25 students from classes VI to XII participated in the (IRAO) on December 5, 2018.


On 10 December 2018, students of St. Angela Sophia Sr. Sec. School, celebrated the Founder’s Day. A special assembly was conducted to celebrate the pious deeds of Rt. Rev. Bishop Fortunatus Henri Caumont and his sibling Mother Mary Matilda. The assembly instilled the feeling of kindness and brotherhood among the students and encouraged them to serve their society throughout their lives in all aspects.


The students of class XI (EP students) visited Saras Dairy on 10 December 2018 for their project. It was an industrial visit wherein the students learned about the production process of various dairy products. In addition they also visited Jawahar Kala Kendra and learnt about the small scale businesses through various exhibitions put up by the artists from various cities. It was a knowledgeable trip filled with lot of lessons regarding business. It will surely help them to become good entrepreneurs.



Following the tradition, this year also on the occasion of Christmas various outreach programmes were conducted to develop empathy among students. The management of the school arranged an outreach programme to New Ravindra Public School on December 10, 2018 where the students of class XI witnessed the basic realities of the life of poor and under privileged. The students also performed Nukkad Natak and distributed chocolates.


Students of class IX were taken to Sarthak Manav Kushtha Ashram Galta, Jaipur on December 12, 2018 and witnessed the hardships and challenges faced by the people. The students performed Nukkad Natak, presented Christmas Carols and distributed grocery items to all the families residing in the village.

On the same day students of classes VII and VIII were taken to Santokhba Durlabji Memorial Hospital where the students enacted a play and sang carols. They also distributed useful items to the cancer patients to spread happiness among them.


On 12 December 2018, class 9 students shared the bliss of Christmas with the leprosy patients of Galta Leprosy Centre. They sang carols and presented a street play before the neglected sections of the society. Their enthusiastic performances brought beautiful smiles on their faces.


The students of classes VI – VIII visited the Avedna Ashram on 12 December 2018. At the ashram, they met and conversed with the cancer patients. A vivid program was also presented by the students. The program included a street play and melodious carols. Thereafter the students distributed various provisions to the people. Thus, making their Christmas special by propagating happiness and enthusiasm among the patients.


Students of class XII were taken to HIV Aids Centre in Kana Kheri, Karunalaya Ashram and Jain Temple at Narelli. The prayers were said for the students in Karunalaya and prayers were offered for the patients in Asha Niketan on December 13, 2018


On 14 December 2018; students of classes VI, IX and XI visited the Open Jail at Sanganer Road along with sisters and teachers. A charismatic program which included a musical skit based on the birth of Jesus Christ and dance were presented before the people. Thereafter the sisters along with teachers distributed the provisions to the people with utmost care and Kindness.


On December15, 2018, the Sisters and students visited Apna Ghar and Mamta Shelter Home to celebrate Christmas and deliver the message of joy and happiness. The students presented a wonderful programme for the inmates of Apna Ghar and Mamta Shelter Home for children.


The students of classes VII, IX, XI and XII paid visit to the male section of Central Jail. The students offered prayers and petitions for the inmates of Jeevan Jyoti Samiti. They also presented a small cultural programme which included Christmas Carols. Nativity depicting the birth of Lord Jesus Christ and performed a dance to entertain the inmates and gave the message of peace, love, joy and sharing.


The school organizes many counselling sessions throughout the year to acquaint the students about various opportunities. On December28, 2018, a seminar was conducted for the students of the class XI Commerce and Humanities where the students were briefed about the CLAT examination.


On December 19, 2018, an interactive session on Value Education was conducted for the students of classes VI to XII and Mrs. Sharad Yadav emphasized on the importance of values in a person’s life.


On December 20, 2018, the students of St. Anselm’s Pink City School, Malviya Nagar presented an eye opener skit for the students of our school in the school Hall. The skit was based on the issues and problems faced by the old people in the house and outside. The motivated the students to pay due respect to their parents, old grand parents and elders.


Sophia Senior Secondary School, Ajmer organized an inter school power point presentation competition named,”Informatica”. The students of our school participated in it and bagged second prize. The competition was held on December 21, 2018.


To make the students aware of the difficulties during the commencement of business and to deal with customers and how to work in harmony, the students of class XI put up stalls of various eatables to learn the principles of partnership Business and Management. This year also On December 21, 2018, students of class XI Commerce put up stalls of various eatables which enabled them to work in team and earn as well.


On December 22, 2018, a special Prayer service was conducted seeking God’s blessings and a small cultural programme was organized where the students presented the play of Nativity depicting the birth of Jesus Christ. The students also presented melodious carols. Rev. Fr. Cyril was the Chief Guest for the occasion .He gave a wonderful Christmas message to live in peace and share joy, happiness and brotherhood.



The school reopened after winter break on Jan 2, 2019. A special morning assembly was conducted by class XI B. The assembly started with the reading from the Holy Scriptures and then prayers and petitions were offered seeking God’s blessings on the Nation, its Leaders, Students, Management, Staff and the world at large. The students presented a mime depicting the need of taking resolutions. The Principal Rev. Sr.Arlene motivated the students to take resolution to be prayerful, honest and hardworking and to set goal in life and try to achieve it with perseverance.


Ms.Priynacy Goyal , the counsellor of our school conducted a seminar for the students of classes VI to VIII from 9th to 11th Jan 2019.It was an interactive session where the students were guided how to make life better and choose the best in life.


On Jan 14, 2019 the school organized kite flying competition for the students. Staff and students in large number participated in colorful kites representing their house. The staff and students enjoyed to the fullest and thanked Principal Sr. Arlene for her praise worthy effort for organizing the festival of Makar Sankranti to spread the message of brotherhood and solidarity.


The school celebrated the 70th Republic Day on Jan 26, 2019 as Sports Day. The Chief Guest for the day Rt.Rev. Bishop Oswald Lewis unfurled the National Flag and took the grand salute of the parade. A special prayer service was conducted for the nation, its leaders and the country men. The National level players of the school were honoured by the Bishop. Various fun games were organized for classes I to XI. Medals and certificates were conferred on the students who won in various categories of sports.


The Times of India in collaboration with Byju’s App organized an inter school drawing competition on Jan 31 at Evolution International school. The students of our school participated in large number and bagged many prizes.

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