CBSE Affiliation Number 1130833

House Teams

NAMED AFTER THE FOUR FORCES OF NATURE, OUR HOUSE TEAMS TEACH YOUR CHILD THE IMPORTANCE OF TEAM WORK DESPITE DIFFERENCES IN AGE OR OPINIONS.

Surya House

Color: Yellow

Fortune rests on courage

Agni House

Color: Red

Truth is the highest religion

Pruthvi House

Color: Green

Knowledge is adorned by Modesty

Varun House

Color: Blue

Unity is strength

Every year elections are held in the month of June when students select Captains and Vice Captains for their houses as well as the Head Boy and Head Girl. Captains, Head Boy and Head Girl are selected from Std. X and vice captains, vice head boy and vice head girl are selected from Std. IX House captains and Head Boys and Girls take an oath to carry out their duties and responsibilities with excellence and receive their badges during the Investiture Ceremony, which takes place in the month of June.The student council members officially take up their roles for the academic year 2019-20.

This concept of house teams

develops leadership skills.

teaches the students the importance of voting responsibly.

Subjects taught in classes

Subject1 English
Subject2 Hindi
Subject3 Marathi
Subject4 Mathematics
Subject5 EVS
Co-Scholastic
Subjects
PE
Music
Art
Computer Science
GK
Subject1 English
Subject2 Hindi
Subject3 Marathi/German/Sanskrit
Subject4 Mathematics
Subject5 Science
Subject6 Social Studies
Co-Scholastic
Subjects
PE
Yoga
Art
Computer Science
GK
Music
Subject1 English
Subject2 Hindi
Subject3 Marathi/German/Sanskrit
Subject4 Mathematics
Subject5 Science
Subject6 Social Studies
Co-Scholastic
Subjects
PE
Yoga
Art
Computer Science
Music
Value Education
Subject1 English
Subject2 Marathi/German/Sanskrit
Subject3 Mathematics
Subject4 Science
Subject5 Social Studies
Co-Scholastic
Subjects
PE
Art/Music
Work Experience
Value Education
Subject1 English
Subject2 Hindi
Subject3 Mathematics
Subject4 Science
Subject5 Social Studies
Co-Scholastic
Subjects
PE
Art/Music
Work Experience
Value Education

Evaluation

Evaluation Pattern- Class V Term I and II
Unit test Subject Enrichment TERM Total
ENGLISH 20 20 60 100
HINDI 20 20 60 100
MARATHI 20 20 60 100
MATHS 20 20 60 100
EVS 20 20 60 100
Total 100 100 300 500
PE NA 0 50+50 Grade
ARTS NA 0 50+50 Grade
Computer Science NA NA 50 Grade
GK NA NA 25 Grade
Evaluation Pattern- Class VI , VII  Term I and II
Periodic Test Note book Subject Enrichment TERM Total
ENGLISH 10 5 5 80 100
HINDI 10 5 5 80 100
MAR/SANS/GER 10 5 5 80 100
MATHS 10 5 5 80 100
SCIENCE 10 5 5 80 100
SOCIAL STUDIES 10 5 5 80 100
TOTAL 60 30 30 480 600
PE NA NA 0 50+50 Grade
ARTS NA NA 0 50+50 Grade
Computer Science NA NA NA 50 Grade
GK(Only for VI) NA NA NA 25 Grade
Evaluation Pattern -Class VIII  Term I and II
Periodic Test Notebook Subject Enrichment TERM Total
ENGLISH 10 5 5 80 100
HINDI 10 5 5 80 100
MAR/SANS/GER 10 5 5 80 100
MATHS 10 5 5 80 100
SCIENCE 10 5 5 80 100
SOCIAL STUDIES 10 5 5 80 100
TOTAL 60 30 30 480 600
PE NA NA 0 50+50 Grade
ARTS NA NA 0 50+50 Grade
IT NA NA NA 50 Grade
Evaluation Pattern-Class IX
Premid

BEST 0f 2 out of 3/10

Mid term

Post mid Notebook Subject
Enrichment
Final
ENGLISH 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
HINDI 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
MATH 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
SCIENCE 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
Social Studies 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
Total 200->50 400->50 400->50 25 25 400 Total /500
WE NA NA NA NA NA 50 -> 100 Grade
PE NA NA NA NA NA 50 -> 100 Grade
Art & Craft NA NA NA NA NA 50 -> 100 Grade
 Discipline NA NA NA NA NA 50 -> 100 Grade
Evaluation Pattern-Class X
Premid

BEST 0f 2 out of 3/10

Mid term

Post mid Notebook Subject
Enrichment
Final / Board
ENGLISH 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
HINDI 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
MATH 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
SCIENCE 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
Social Studies 40 ->10 80 ->10 40 ->10 10 ->5 10 ->5 80
Total 200->50 400->50 400->50 25 25 400 Total /500
WE NA NA NA NA NA 50 -> 100 Grade
PE NA NA NA NA NA 50 -> 100 Grade
Art & Craft NA NA NA NA NA 50 -> 100 Grade
 Discipline NA NA NA NA NA 50 -> 100 Grade

Co-Curricular

Co-curricular activities hold as much importance as the curricular activities.

THINQ

I believe that some experiences at the right time in one’s life shape the destiny of an individual. I’d like to believe that the same was true of the first workshop I attended on ‘Inquiry-Oriented’ learning organized by ThinQ. I was always naturally curious about everything, but as time passed a certain disillusionment had set in regards to my future, as I could see no further than the dreaded engineering/medical paths one is expected to walk on. It may be an exaggeration, but it was as though I was in a dark cave my whole life and someone struck a tiny match, with enough brilliance to eclipse the sun- that is how I felt about those workshops. I loved them so much I demanded more of them. Science had been a process of memorization, mathematics a dull walk through formulae upto that point- it all changed that fateful day. The process of Inquiry, albeit difficult, was incredibly rewarding and satisfying, due to which one felt as an actual scientist, or historian or someone who mattered because you were discovering it for yourself, rather than being told. They remain some of my fondest memories of childhood.

 

I am extremely grateful to my school for giving me an opportunity to participate in this experience- due to which I myself aspire to be a scientist one day. Needless to say, my greatest love and gratitude to Tara and Mo, for their words have affected me more than anyone’s ever since.

Rohan Didmishe

KHS Alumnus
Studying in Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Kolkata

The ThinQ program taught me to analyze any problem critically and go beyond what might seem as the solution at the surface to the deepest complexities and nuances of the problem while generalizing it to be helpful in solving similar problems.

Oaj Bidnurkar

Class X(2019-20 batch)

My first ThinQ session was in 6th Standard. That session taught me to ask questions. “Why?”, “How” and “What for” were the most commonly used. The sessions that succeeded from there made me think – Why is stuff the way it is?

 

ThinQ was about not just taking whatever textbook statements were given for granted but wondering and ThinQing why that is. To ask. To inquire. ThinQ sessions were really engrossing as there was nothing given to you and everything to find out. It gave a new meaning to the sentence “ThinQ and Answer.” It has helped me a lot and will continue to improve my thinking in the future.

Siddhant Pai

Class X C

I am really grateful to our school, our school principal Pallavi Naik ma’am and our mentor Anjali Gulanikar ma’am for giving me this opportunity to explore my ability in critical thinking, research and creativity. I always look forward to my interactions with ThinQ, which have always been such a wonderful experience. Ever since ThinQ was introduced to me in class 6, the objective of the sessions was never to find answers quickly, but to understand the problem entirely, and ‘think’ about the possible solutions.

 

I am really fortunate to get a chance to attend various discussions with Mo, Tara and Madhav. During the last few sessions, I learnt that while doing research, a meaningful debate can happen only after the relevant concepts have been clarified, the concepts that the words refer to are agreed on: and the proposition that the debating parties disagree on is clearly articulated.

Aarya Deshpande

Std. X A

Annual Magazine

Atulya Magazine is the reflection of our year long sincere efforts consolidated in a book.

Heritage Today

KHS-G conducted the ‘Heritage Today’ project for the students of grade 9 with the objective of introducing them to India’s rich heritage, traditions, spirituality and history and to connect with the community in order to understand its effort to restore, revive and conserve India’s heritage. The students prepared a documentary film on a topic from the six categories such as culinary, art and cultural, geological, restoration and conservation, ancient science and people heritage. The students researched, interviewed, and visited sites and had discussions with resource persons. A session with writer Tanya Kamath was arranged to discuss content management and creativity in documentary film making.

Quiet Time

In today’s culture students and teachers are exposed to increasingly high levels of stimulation and stress. The purpose of Quiet Time (QT) is to provide students a regular quiet, peaceful, restful period in the last 10 minutes of the day, so that they are less stressed, less noisy and relaxed. During quiet time a melodious instrumental music is played to indicate the beginning of quiet time and the class teacher plays a significant of guiding the students to practice the skill of reflection and introspection.

Class room cleaning activity

Each student in KHS-G takes the responsibility of cleaning the classroom once a week. Armed with brooms, cloth dusters, the students clean the blackboard, wipe all the benches, stack the books in the cupboard and keep the forgotten material safely. This we believe is a significant life skill that creates a greater sense of ownership; it puts all students on an equal footing and builds character in them.

Extra-Curricular

Co-curricular activities hold as much importance as the curricular activities.

Sports and Yoga

Physical fitness is of prime importance for the holistic well-being of an individual, especially children. We provide for football, basketball, volleyball, athletics to name a few of the many sports played in our school. Yoga sessions are conducted in school.

Enhanced Learning Activities - ELA

As a part of extra curricular learning, each student opts for one of the following ELA (Enhanced Learning Activities) offered

Class VII and VIII   
 Taekwondo
 Skating
 Origami (Quilling)
 Astronomy
 Tinker cad
 Robotics
 Home science
 Dance
 German
Class V and VI 
Taekwondo
Skating
Origami
Astronomy
Tinkering
Home science
Math club
Dance

Achievements

Events

Latest highlights and events in a snapshot

Recent Highlights

Ganapati Celebrations

Ganapati Celebrations took place in our school.

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Recent Highlights

Std 9 Assembly

students of STD IX conducted their Assembly on Wednesday 17th August 2022 in Shri Jaggannath Shetty School Auditorium. The topic of the assembly was ‘Parivartan – The Change’.

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Recent Highlights

Independence Day

Flag hoisting ceremony was held on 15th August, 2022 in the school premises.

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Recent Highlights

Std X-Felicitation

Dr. Kalmadi Shamarao High School, Ganeshnagar, Pune recently, held its annual felicitation ceremony class 10 for academic excellence in the school auditorium on 13th August 2022.

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Recent Highlights

Ganapati Idol Making

Art department had organised “Ganesh Idol” making workshop for std. 7th students on 10th of August in the school stilts.

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Recent Highlights

Read A Story

Students of KHSG participated in a a month-long project named Read- A -Story. Our students helped the students located in the remote areas of Maharashtra to read and speak English.

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Recent Highlights

Std X Assembly

Std 10 assembly.

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Recent Highlights

Investiture Ceremony 22-23

Our school held the elections on 17th June 2022, by following the principles of Sociocracy.

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