Thiru Janarthana Matric Hr Sec School has the following non-statutory committee to ensure the affairs of academic and general activities. Various committees are formed in the school for the smooth and efficient management of activities. It also gives the opportunity to the faculty to grow and develop in their extracurricular activity/field and administrative skills. The committees are constituted by the Principal in consultation with the coordinators for one academic year or until new committees are constituted.
An examination system evaluates factual understanding, conceptual understanding and global understanding of prescribed syllabus and designed curriculum. Examination system assesses individual’s capability to interpret learning in his own language. It is not merely test of knowledge. Examination system evaluates persistent and consistent quality of an individual. It tests the attitude of an individual i.e. how does an individual perform better in extreme pressure. Examination examines individual’s overall personality. Examination systems examine individual’s desire to learn, desire to explore, desire to investigate and desire to apply learning in real life situation. Assessment ensures quality teaching- learning process.
Discipline and Cleanliness committee
Aim is to
- To guide students to follow proper growing path and build up positive values
- To help students to adapt all kinds of transformation so that they can grow up healthily
- To enhance students’ personal integrity and the personal character and establish good self-image
- To guide students to be self-regulated, self-discipline and respectful
- To assist students to develop their intrinsic potential and control and manage individual emotions effectively so as to fulfill their need for actualization
The Monday Assembly is an integral part of the calendar of activities at the School. Each Monday morning the entire school gathers in the ground to recite the school prayer, sing the school song and the National Anthem, and watch a short presentation by one class. Throughout the year, each class presents a programme on stage with the theme being either the festival that is being celebrated at that time of the year or any thought-provoking idea.
Every event at TJ is an opportunity for students to showcase their talents and capabilities and learn new skills.
Culture is a strong binding force in societies and every individual is rooted in a culture that influences his/her life style and attitude towards life. In TJ, we train students’ right from childhood to experience various cultures through the celebration of all religious festivals and develop tolerance, understanding, and respect for communities-that paves way for a harmonious social living. Our school blends the traditions to provide an open-minded outlook towards life that encompasses everything that is natural, good and promotes positive values. We believe in the ‘Brotherhood of Mankind’ and the ‘Fatherhood of God’ as an Omni-present and Omni-potent force. Major festivals of all religions are celebrated with religious fervor to promote tolerance and love for all races and creeds.
Students organize a flag hosting ceremony. The air is filled with patriotic feelings that emanate from various songs aired in the campus. As the tricolor goes up atop, all the students salute with reverence and pride and sing the national anthem. The programme consists of patriotic songs sung by students and speeches eulogizing the great sacrifices made by our freedom fighters followed by the Principal’s message.
Ganesha, the elephant-headed son of Shiva and Parvati, is widely worshiped as the supreme god of wisdom, fortune and remover of obstacles. All the children devotedly proceed comprising the Vedic chanting group, bhajans singing group and the dancing groups.
On 5th of September, the birthday of ‘Mr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan’ – one of the most learned Presidents of India, who was also a teacher – Teachers day is celebrated with respect and gratitude towards the teaching faculty. The students entertain the staff with songs, dances, fun games and ramp shows. It is followed by felicitation of all the staff members by the Principal.
This festival falls in the month of August/September and celebrated pre-dominantly in the state of Kerala. As the festival occurs in the midst of Monsoon season, it celebrates the green beauty of the earth. Floral designs are arranged around decorated lamps and girls dance round the Alpana designs to the tune of Onam Songs.
While Diwali is popularly known as the “Festival of Lights”, it is the most significant Indian festival that falls during the mid-year vacation (in the first half of November). While students are busy lighting up their homes, the staff at TJ light up the campus with oil lamps and offer prayers to the Goddess of prosperity, for the welfare of all the students.
14th of November is the birthday of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru – celebrated as the Children’s Day all over India. This is the day of surprises and fun for all the children, as they get a chance to make even the strictest of their teachers, dance to their tunes. Children enjoy the fun –filled evening when their teachers behave like children – performing all sorts of gimmick on the stage.
Christmas is celebrated on December 25th to commemorate the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. We start the observance of the Christmas Eve by celebrating the birth of ‘Jesus Christ’. Teachers along with the students arrange the Crib. Students look forward to Santa Claus to receive goodies from him.
The Curriculum Committee is charged with making recommendations concerning curricular issues, including new course and program proposals, related to the quality of the academic mission of the School Education. The Committee is responsible for reviewing for rigor, quality, and compliance with Academic Affairs and School of Education requirements, recommending new programs, program structure, new or revised course proposals.
The purpose of the curriculum committee is to provide guidance to the school in regards to curricular goals. The Curriculum Committee works to continually update and to ensure that students receive the most effective and relevant curriculum for the practice of medicine
“The great aim of education is not knowledge, but action.” – Herbert Spencer
As the saying goes our school conducts various competitions both in academics and sports. A wide range of students participate in the SOF Olympiads every year where they explore their knowledge beyond the school books.
Also the school conducts a varied category of competitions as debate, essay writing, elocution, drawing&painting, poem recitation, thirukkural recitation, fancy dress and haste out of waste, bouquet making, cooking without fire and so on. Students are also encouraged to participate in inter-school competitions and science expos held in and around the district.
Our children also show active participation in sports activities like volleyball, throw ball, football and athletics and have come out in flying colours achieving various medals and trophies.