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Events & Celebrations

Teachers Day Celebration

On the occasion of Teachers Day, 5th September, 2017 the students at HIRS organised an entertaining evening of speeches, songs, dances and skits to appreciate their teachers.

Inter-house Western and Eastern Musical Evening

The spectacular Inter House western and eastern Musical Evening was held at HIRS on the evening of 30th August, 2017. Rock n' Rolling Rhythm filled the rooftop stage where students of the four houses presented an array of Music n' Melodies.

Dhaulagiri house excelled taking the trophy with their immensely beautiful performances.

Inter House English Debate Competition

The Inter House English Debate Competition was held at HIRS on the evening of 23rd August, 2017. Participants from the four houses presented their arguments for and against the motion "Freedom without responsibility is disastrous." Kanchanjunga house argued with great zest and enthusiasm to finally take the first place. Makalu house stood second with Everest and Dhaulagiri being placed third and fourth respectively.

Read Your Way to Glory Competition

The Inter House Read Your Way to Glory Competition was held at HIRS on the 23rd of August, 2017. Our junior students read with great intonation and expression.

11th Goodwill Tournament

The 11th Goodwill Tournament was held on Saturday, the 19th of August. 14 Schools participated in the tournament played on knock-out basis, and the final match was played between HIRS and Techno India Group, Siliguri. Techno India emerged victorious.

Commerce Fest

The Commerce Fest was organised by the commerce faculty and students. A wonderful evening with entertaining quizzes, activities and mad ads left the audience cheering in support of the enthusiastic effort and performance of the commerce department.

Independence Day Celebration

HIRS celebrated 71st Independence day with great zest. Our honourable Director hoisted the flag followed by the National Anthem and a cultural program by the students. After the cultural program, we had friendly football matches for the juniors with Everest house winning and the teachers and students with the students winning.

The celebrations ended with everyone enjoying a scrumptious lunch.

Inter House One-Act Play

The Inter House One-Act Play was held on the 9th of August, 2017. We thoroughly enjoyed the exciting and engaging performances that were put up by the four houses. Everest House took the trophy. Kanchenjunga House stood second while Makalu and Dhaulagiri stood third and fourth respectively. 

Inter House Quiz.

The Inter House Quiz Competition was held with immense enthusiasm on the 2nd of August, 2017. In the middle school category Makalu house stood first while Dhalagiri house stood first in the senior category.

HIRS Inter School Science Exhibition

The Inter School Science Exhibition was hosted by HIRS  on the 29th of July with Don Bosco School, St.  Michael School and St. Anthony School participating. 

Miss Shreya Majumdar, esteemed Physics lecturer from St. Xaviers College, Rajganj was the judge for the event. St. Michael School took the trophy for the junior category while HIRS won the senior category.

Inter House 2nd Language Debate

The Inter House 2nd Language Debate was held on the 26th of June, 2017.  Students made strong arguments in Hindi for and against the motion "The government should waiver farmers loans" with Kanchenjunga house emerging at the top.

 In the second half of the debate competition we heard students present their views in Bengali on the topic “The internet is drawing us away from books" with Everest house taking the first position.

Inter House Spelling Bee Competition

The Inter House Spelling Bee Competition was held on Wednesday, 19th of July, 2017. Students were engaged with phonetics and spelling of words that they commonly use as well as some new words that challenged them. A tough competition ensued resulting in tie breakers for the runners up positions. It was an evening where students experienced another day of successful participation on stage. 

Dhaulagiri house emerged as the winner followed by Everest, Makalu and Kanchanjunga house.

Inter House Story Writing Competition

On the12th of July, 2017 the students of classes VI to XII sat to write stories of their own for the inter house story writing competition. The students enthusiastically pondered to bring out their best in story writing hoping to bring their houses points with their writing skills today.

While the senior students wrote their stories, the junior students from classes I to V had the opportunity to courageously narrate stories during the inter house juniors story telling competition.

20th Annual Day Celebration

HIRS celebrated the 20th Annual Prize Day on 3rd June. This occasion was graced by the presence of our regarded chief guest Mr. I.T Myers, founder Principal of Himalayan International Residential School and present Principal of Frank Anthony Public School, Kolkata, our special guests the honourable Chairman Mr. S.K Agarwal and Mrs. Sushila Agarwal, director Mr. Vivek Agarwal and Mrs. Ranjeeta Agarwal, Mr. Vikash Agarwal and Mrs. Preety Agarwal.

The program commenced with a welcome dance presented by the junior girls. This was followed by a musical play presented by the primary department based on Ruskin Bond's famous creation The Jungle Book . Next, we had the first phase of Prize distribution. After the prize distribution, the senior boys and girls presented a hilarious Bengali play 'NeemKetu" that entailed the financial challenge faced by Lord Indra at his kingdom and the ardent desire of the gods and goddesses to live their life with the materialistic luxuries. Next, we had a fusion dance performance on the tunes of 'Taal' and 'Shape of You'.  Our honourable chief guest was requested to say a few words, after the performance. After his motivational speech, the students presented an English Play, 'The Dear Departed' which was a satire on the greedy modern society. After the play,the second phase of prize distribution followed. Dhaulagiri house bagged the champions trophy for sports while Makalu bagged the trophies for discipline, academic excellence, co-curricular activities and being the Best House.

After the prize distribution, the HIRS Musical Group mesmerized the audience with their performance. This was followed by the Grand Finale dance performance and the vote of thanks proposed by our senior master Mr. Dipankar Saha.

Inter House Volleyball Tournament

HIRS organized Inter House Volleyball competition in three categories, Junior boys, Senior Boys and Senior girls. Every player played with a zeal of victory and put up  a high voltage match for the viewers. It was a 'do or die' situation for Everest and Makalu house, who played the finals. Eventually, Makalu house paved their way to success and emerged as Champions of the tournament.

Inter House 2nd Language Elocution

HIRS organized Inter House Second Language Elocution Competition. Students put in their utmost to stage a standard show. Everest house emerged as winners followed by Dhaulagiri, Makalu and Kanchenjunga house.

Inter School Basketball Tournament

HIRS hosted the Inter School Basketball Tournament for the first time in the school's history with grand success. The schools those that participated in the event were Darjeeling Public School, Army Public School, Bengdubi, Sacred Heart School, Siliguri, DAV school Siliguri, Father Leblond School, Bhimbar, Don Bosco School, Siliguri and the hosting team HIRS team A and B. The final match was played between HIRS team A and Sacred Heart School where HIRS team A emerged as winners and the Champions of the tournament.

Inter House English Recitation

   HIRS organized Inter House Recitation Competition on 10th of May. The students staged a wonderful show reciting poems of every genre.  All the four houses performed equally well. There was a tuff Competition between all the houses. However, Makalu house emerged as Champions followed by Everest, Kanchenjunga and Dhaulagiri.

Rabindra Jayanti Celebration

HIRS celebrated the 156th birth anniversary of the great national bard Rabindranath Tagore. Students along with the teachers staged a wonderful cultural show. The school choir presented a melodious rabindrasangeet which was followed by reading out of some valuable information about the great personality and a thought preached by the laureate. There was a mesmerising dance performance which was succeeded by a poem recitation and a skit presentation. 

Labour  Day Celebration

HIRS celebrated International Labour's Day on 1st May. The children staged  a grand cultural show to entertain all the workers of HIRS. The evening started with some melodious presentation on hit Bollywood numbers followed by a skit on appreciation of workers, next was a dance performance by the 6th grade children, succeeded by a speech on the importance of International Labour's Day and concluded with an electrifying performance by Ching Chang of 12th standard.

Inter House English Extempore competition

The students of HIRS staged Inter House Just A Minute and Extempore competition on 26th April. Makalu house emerged as the winner followed by Everest, Kanchenjunga and Dhaulagiri house.

Earth Day

HIRS celebrated Earth Day on 23rd of April. The children from all the four houses were allotted different places for planting saplings around their bountiful campus. All the children participated enthusiastically and made the event a grand success.

Inter House English Essay Writing Competition

Inter House English Essay Writing Competition was held at HIRS on 19th of April. The children from the primary section (1to 5) had picture writing while the senior classes from 6 to 12 had to write essays on topics given to them.

Inter House 2nd Language Essay writing Competition

HIRS conducted Inter House Second Language Essay Writing competition for classes 6-10 on Wednesday i.e 12th of April 2017. All the students from these classes participated enthusiastically and texted their opinion in black and white on various topics given to them.

On the same day and time, Fun with words based on second language was conducted for classes 1-5 and the children enjoyed participating in a game that excelled their vocabulary too.

Holi Celebration

In the midst of ICSE, ISC and promotional Examinations, Holi arrived on 13th March, with all the colours of life and joy, which was a welcome change in the daily schedule of HIRS. It was a holiday and students had late rouser at 8:00 am, followed by breakfast at 8:30. Celebrations started at 10:30 and carried on till 12:00 noon. Besides playing with colours, children enjoyed music and dance. At 1:20 pm, there was special lunch, after which they were free to do self-study or rest. Rest of the day followed as usual.

Investiture Ceremony 2017-18

The Investiture Ceremony is a platform to showcase the leadership skills and abilities of our students and is the most prestigious ceremony in the schedule of school event. The event was officiated on 14th Feb, 2017 at 8.00 A.M in the school auditorium. Mr. Chittaranjan Panigrahi (Dean of Administration) initiated the programme and stressed on the need to become focused in the goals and inculcate leadership quality to become a better person in life. It was a solemn occasion where the newly elected Council Members were given with sashes and badges. The  Director  Mr. Vivek Agarwal addressed the assemblage  and spoke eloquently on the leadership qualities.

The Students Council Members are as following:

House-Captains:-
House
Boy
Girl
Dhaulagiri
Aditya Karna
Shraddha Bhowsinka
Everest
Sambejang
Muskan Goenka
Kanchanjunga
Keshav Tibrewal
Akisha Marak
Makalu
Likhit Chandak
Tanzimun Jannat Mafi

Head Boy-:  Sadhin Das                                   

Head Girl–:    Shraddha Bhowsinka

      

INTER HOUSE STREET PLAY (NUKKAD NATAK)

HIRS students staged Inter house Nukkad Natak competition on 8th of Feb2017. A brilliant show was put up by the students of all the four houses addressing the current social issues ailing India. Each act was praiseworthy and informative. Makalu House emerged as winner followed by Everest, Kanchanjunga and Dhaulagiri House.

A kite festival

A kite festival was arranged by HIRS on 5th of Feb. It was a gala event where children enjoyed flying kites and cheering each other. It was arranged for the first time and the response from the children was very encouraging. It was an attempt to refresh and remind the children of the old custom of flying kites in India.

Saraswati Puja

‘Sweta vasana pushp shobhita gandhanule pranam

Veena dhara stotra hasta sweta chandana charchitam.’

May Goddess Saraswati bless us all with knowledge and success! 1st February, 2017, was a holiday in school on the occasion of Saraswati Puja. The idol of Ma Saraswati was brought the night before and the platform, where the puja was to be held, was decorated. In the morning, at around 10:00 am, everyone gathered in the girls’ hostel premises for the puja. All the students and teachers were colourfully dressed, mostly in traditional attires. After the puja, they offered ‘pushpanjali’ (flower offerings) and prayed for blessings for the upcoming promotional and Board examinations. This was followed by ‘Kavita Path’ in Hindi and Bengali. There was also a lot of singing and dancing. Lunch consisted of Khichdi, mix vegetables, chatni and papad. 

68th Republic Day Celebration at HIRS

On Thursday, 26th January, HIRS celebrated the 68th Republic Day of India. At 7:50am, all the students and teachers gathered at the top-field for flag hoisting, which was done by the honourable director of the school, Mr. Vivek Agarwal, followed by the National Anthem. This was followed by a patriotic song performance by the school choir group. They sang ‘Sare Jahan se Achha…’ The primary students danced on the compelling number of Bhupen Hazarika, ‘Bistirna dupare…’ followed by the middle school students coming up with an energetic dance performance on a song from Swadesh, ‘Ye jo desh hai mera…’ The short programme culminated with the graceful movements of the senior girls on ‘I love my India, Ye mera India…’

Later, there was a cricket match between students’ XI and Principal’s XI. The staff team won the match by 2 wickets.

The celebration ended with a special lunch comprising chicken, paneer, Kashmiri dum aloo, tiranga rice, puri, dal and jalebi with rabri. 

20th Inter-house Athletic Meet 2016

HIRS organized Annual 20th Inter-House Athletic meet 2016 on 18th December. The occasion was graced by the worthy presence of Mr. Rajesh Kumar Yadav, IPS, DIG, Jalpaiguri range. He was felicitated along with all the distinguished guests and was requested to take the guard of honour as all the four houses marched by. The athletic torch was led in by Deep Bhattacharya on horseback in a chivalric manner and handed over to Lobsang Soepa, the head boy, who lighted it.  Students from all the four houses actively participated in all the events organized and showcased their athletics talents. They were categorized in five divisions: Junior girls, Junior boys, Intermediate boys, Senior girls and Senior boys. Individual Championship was awarded to Brinda Sangma-Junior girls, Robin Nath Lakra-Junior boys, Bibek Suri- Intermediate boys, Srijani Panigrahi- Senior girls, Ayan Barman- Senior Boys. The March Past and the Cross Country trophy were won by Everest House while Kanchanjunga bagged the Tug O War and the Relay trophy. Kanchanjunga House emerged as the overall athletics Champion. 

Rangotsav Celebration (National Level Handwriting, Colouring Competition 2016-17)

HIRS participated in Rangotsav Celebration (National Level Handwriting, Colouring Competition 2016-17). Students who brought laurels to school are,

** Pushpita Kundu --Class-2

** Arafat Hussain --Class-4

** Sahil Pradhan --Class-5

** Abdul Al Baki Norman --Class-8

Inter House Badminton Tournament

Inter house badminton tournament was organized by HIRS where all the four houses actively participated and gave in their best to bag the laurels. Matches were held in singles and doubles category for the junior boys and girls where Dhaulagiri house emerged as the winner and the senior boys and girls where Dhaulagiri won in the boys category and Makalu in the girls category.

3rd Inter-School Athletic Olympiad-2016

HIRS hosted the 3rd Inter School Athletics Olympiad on 26th Nov. It was a grand carnival of field and track events where 11schools including the HIRS tuskers showcased their athletic brilliance. The meet was graced by the presence of Dr. Vivekananda Ghosh, Assistant Secretary of Sports, North Bengal University. It was managed with perfection with the help of 21 Sports experts from Jalpaiguri A.C college and all the teaching and non teaching staff of the school under the most abled leadership of Mr. Vivek Agarwal, director, HIRS.

***The Champions of various categories are:

Junior Girls- Nirmala Convent, Siliguri

Junior Boys- St. Michaels School, Siliguri

Senior Girls- Nirmala Convent, Siliguri

Senior Boys- Himalayan International Residential School.

Inter House Western Dance Competition

HIRS witnessed some electrifying performances in the Inter House Western Dance Competition on 23rd November that set the stage on fire. All the four houses, Dhaulagiri, Kanchanjunga , Makalu and Everest tried their best to put up a splendid show on stage. It was a tuff decision for the judges to decide upon the winner. However, Makalu House emerged as the champions of the show.

Mathematics Olympiad

HIRS students appeared for the Silverzone Mathematics Olympiad on 17th November.

Inter School Volleyball

HIRS boys participated in Inter School Volleyball match held at H.B Vidyapeeth in Siliguri and reached the Semi Finals defeating Jermel’s Academy.

Inter School Swimming meet

HIRS students participated in Inter School Swimming competition held at G.D Goenka School in Siliguri and brought laurels to school. They won 2 gold medals in Breaststroke , 1 silver medal in freestyle, 2 bronze medals in back stroke and a bronze medal in freestyle. The boys stood third in relay while the girls stood second.

Children’s Day

“Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children” with this wonderful thought the teachers of HIRS teamed up to put in their best efforts on stage to celebrate Children’s Day and make the eve of 14th Nov 2016 a memorable one! It was a platter of song and dance forms served with love by the teachers which the children enjoyed to the fullest.

Inter House Handwriting Competition

HIRS conducted an Inter House Handwriting Competition on 9th Nov2016, for classes 1 to 9 CBSE & CIE students. Students were asked to write down a passage or paragraph of their choice on a sheet of paper. The sole motto of this competition was to signify the importance of handwriting in the students’ academic performance and achievement.

Career Counseling

A beneficial career counseling program was organized by Ashoka University at HIRS on 9th Nov 2016 for classes 11 and 12. The program was conducted by Mr. Awinder Singh , who informed the students about the unique features and the infrastructure  of the university along with the subject options available for them.

Inter house Swimming Meet 2016-17

On 5th of November, HIRS organized the inter house Swimming Meet 2016-17. All the four houses Dhaulagiri, Kanchanjanga, Everest and Makalu geared up for the competition. The categories were freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke for 25, 50 and 100 mts. along with the events like Fun game and Water Ball. The participants exhibited their excellence in swimming while the audience boosted their spirit with applause and cheers. The overall championship was won by Makalu House after a tuff battle with the other houses.

Diwali Celebration at HIRS

The festival of Diwali was celebrated by the members of HIRS with great zeal and zest on Sunday, the 30th of October. The children had late breakfast at 8:30 am and continued with their usual activities till 10:15 after which they engaged themselves in Rangoli making which has always been a part of the celebration in school. All the houses tried to put their best foot forward. This, along with the lights that were used to decorate the campus, made the place look bright and beautiful.

At 6:15 pm, a game of housie followed by community cracker bursting was organized by the management. The part that was enjoyed the most was DJ dancing which continued even after dinner. Both dinner and lunch were special with paneer, matar puri, chana dal, fried rice, mix vegetable and rabri jalebee.

 The happy and smiling faces of children spread the light of joy in the hearts of all present.  Everyone went home carrying the message of love, peace and joy of the festival,
 invoking God’s blessings and thanking him for his assistance and guidance.

May the light within us help to dispel the darkness and spread love, warmth and kindness through giving and sharing. 

Parent-Teacher Meeting

Research has shown that parental involvement is the most important factor in a student's success in school. 5th October, the day when children eagerly waited for their parents to come and collect them from school for the Durga Puja break, was also the day when parents got a chance to meet teachers regarding their children’s progress in school; academic and behavioral problems and their possible solutions. Students’ specific strengths and weaknesses in individual subjects being the main point of focus, the meeting was very constructive. Both parents and teachers were very positive and showed genuine concern about the student’s progress.

DJ Night

HIRS arranged for a DJ night by DJ HIGH VOLT from Guwahati on 3rd Oct’16. It was a moment of fun and frolic. Every student and member of Staff present enjoyed the tracks to the fullest. The students did their best to give the viewers the feel of a virtual discotheque. The mesh-up of cheesy and classical tracks made the evening a memorable one!

Career Counseling

On the 20th of September, a career counseling session for the students of classes 11 & 12 was held by two representatives from Amity University, Kolkata. The session continued for around half an hour during which the children were made aware of a number of vocational courses and placement facilities through them. They were also told to contact the University for any kind of career related guidance as and when required.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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