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Bharda New High School & Junior College

 A Parsi Unaided Co-Ed S.S.C. School with Minority Status

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Bharda New High School & Junior College

Private Parsi Unaided School With Minority Status

Events

The talk organized by the Traffic Police Department on 15th February,  2024 featuring Sub Inspector Mr. Sanjay Kumar Sisale, aimed to educate students of the Secondary School about ‘Road Safety’. Mr. Sisale emphasized the importance of the following traffic rules — wearing seat belts, avoiding distractions while driving, and other measures to prevent accidents and save lives on the road. […]
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A Workshop on History, Numismatics, Archaeology, Epigraph & Anthropology was conducted for the students of Class 6 & 9 by Mrs.Anita Yevle on 3rd February,2024. Students learnt about Clay Activities which could be preserved for the future generations.
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Emotions swirled in the air with nostalgia and the anticipation of a promising future as the students of Grades 10 & 12 of Bharda New High School & Junior College  bid adieu on 2nd February 2024. The Farewell for the  students began with a warm welcome, featuring an inspiring Principal’s address &  games. Lively dance performances preceded the announcement of […]
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The Burns Association of India conducted a workshop on ‘How To Prevent Ourselves From Burns’ and students were tested for the same. Some of the students won consolation prizes….
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Class-wise Poetry Recitation Competition was organized on 29th January for students of Grades 1 to 8. The young poets enthralled the audience with their expressions and memory skills while reciting the poems. Everyone was delighted after seeing their pleasing performances.
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Bharda New High School& Junior College Celebrated the Patriotic Symphony on this Republic Day 🇮🇳  On the auspicious occasion of Republic Day, the students   came together in a spirit of unity and patriotism. The day commenced with the unfurling of the National Flag by Ms. Chanda Rokade followed by the National Anthem. The cultural program unfolded with a soulful song  […]
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Students of Grades 1 to 8 participated in the State Cultural Programme on 25th January. Students & teachers participated with great enthusiasm. Students got first hand information regarding the culture of every state which included festivals, dance, music, dress, language, religion etc. Students enjoyed it as well as learnt a lot.
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Handwriting is an essential skill in school. Having a good command over handwriting can prove life-long benefits. Though, we are moving towards an era of computer typing, handwriting remains a crucial skill during the developmental phase of children. Students of Grades 1 to 4 participating in Class-wise Handwriting Competition……
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A ‘ Heritage Walk ‘ was organised for the students of Grades 5 to 8 to the Churchgate Station on the occasion of completion of 125 years of the Western Railway. Students gained a lot of information …
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