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CMP (Common Minimum Programme)

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA BARAMULLA

SESSION 2010-2011

CMP REPORT

FOR

CLUSTER LEVEL MEETING

As per the guidelines of  KVS and the able guidance of Principal Shri A.K. Puri  , KV Baramulla has been organizing an array of activities to bring qualitative  improvement in Primary education.Compliance report of the Common Minimum Programme is given parawise.

1. DEVELOPING SUPPORT SYSTEM

i) The largest available room in the Vidyalaya has been developed as The                            Resource Room.It is equipped with 29” colour TV,DVD player,one computer with broadband connectivity and one mini white board.

ii) Monthly contingent fund is drawn for the month of April’10 to meet the requirement of developing TLM for the new session and will be drawn every month except Dec,Jan and March.

iii) Class Library is set up in every primary class within the limits of the infrastructure available.

2. DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE MONITORING & EVALUATION SYSTEM

i) Specific plan for Activity based classes,assignment and checking  schedule has been chalked out and given to all primary teachers. Fortnightly planning of the activities is checked by the Principal and every activity sheet prepared by the teachers is checked by the senior most PRT. Primary I/C also organized short duration workshop on  April 20, 2010.

ii)Interaction session is also conducted in order to exchange ideas and material to facilitate teaching learning process.It also helps the new members of the Vidyalaya to acquaint themselves to the culture of the KVS.

3. RE-DESIGNING OF THE TIME TABLE

Block periods have been arranged for every instructional subject in the            Primary wing for the session 2010-11.

Film shows are organized on a rotational basis. Teachers pool movies appropriate to the age of the viewer.Feedback of students is recorded.

4. PROVISION FOR EXPOSURE TO STUDENTS

CCA calendar has been planned for the year 2010-11 and some activities have been charted out especially for the primary section. These include an array of joyful and educative activities like dancing, singing, clay modeling, poem rectitation, sports, calligraphy, drawing, story telling etc.

Under the SCHOOL READINESS PROGRAMME students enjoyed Community lunch, a trip around the school for orientation,clay modeling,film show,drawing of various kinds etc.

Like in the previous session this year too BAL MELA will be organized.Various stalls will be set up by the students.They will be encouraged to keep healthy food items on their stalls like sprouts,cheese chaat,lemonade,fruit chaat,juices etc as done in the Mela before.

For exposure to the diverse food culture of our country and to inculcate good eating habits class teacher of each class has his or her lunch with the students. This also nurtures belongingness among students and their teachers. This also helps in doing away with the habit of eating junk food.

A glimpse of various activities done under CMP :

Teacher distributing sweets under School Readiness Programme & students trying their hands at clay modeling

Students see the functioning of a working model (above) and viewing a powerpoint presentation (below)

Students enjoying a film show

ORGANISATION OF BAAL MELA

Our school organized Baal Mela on 31st of august 2009 in the school premises. This was done in accordance to the directions given under CMP by the KVS. The primary wing enthusiastically participated in the mela. Each class organized its individual stall. The theme of the Mela was ‘correct eating habits’. There were sweets, fruits, sprouts etc displayed on each stall. Students of class fifth displayed their handmade working and non working models. Music was played to make the mela more attractive. Class monitors sat behind the stalls along with their class teachers. The inauguration of the mela was done by our h’ble principal Shri BS Gharoo. He purchased few things from each stall. This really boosted the morale of the primary students. After that each student bought things of his choice from every stall. Completion of Stalls was followed by solo songs and Antakshri by the students. The Mela served the dual purpose of education and entertainment which is much emphasized not only by the CMP of the KVS but also the National Curriculum Framework 2005. Deepa Upadhyay PRT ( Primary I/C )

Students at the Bal Mela

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