[ OGS - AWARDS ]

Dr.A.S.Rao Science Talent Award

Date: 13-01-2015
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School Toppers in Tenth Class 2014 Batch

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Oxford Grammar School, Himayathnagar known for Academic and extracurricular activities got excellent SSC results with 1/3rd of the students getting overall A1 grades. School Toppers K.Srujana, Vaishnavi Gupta(10 points), Shreya Jain, N.Aditya, B.Aishwarya(9.8 points), K.Tarun, Nitish Anand,K.Nandini, K.Rohit, Ramya Varshini, Nivedita bagged (9.7points).
The Management, staff congratulated the parents and students for their tremendous success

 

TATA India Essay writing competition

TATA Building India conducted essay writing competition and short listed 3 students as Gold, Silver and Bronze medalist in junior category and 3 students in senior category. Chairman Mr.M.Veda Kumar gave away the medals to the students.

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Awards Ceremony

Date: 07/02/2014
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Students who received cash awards in INSPIRE essay writing competition

Date: 07/02/2014
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Best Adventure Promoting School
Awarded by Adventure Club of Andhra Pradesh (ACAP)

Date: 01/09/2012
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Oxford Grammar School, Himayatnagar , Hyderabad was awarded as Best Adventure Promoting School by Adventure Club of Andhra Pradesh (ACAP) at a grand function on 26th August , 2012 at ACAP, Youth Hostel Campus, Boats club , See’bad , IAS Public Relations , Mrs.Muntaz Fatima , Deputy Director . Public Relations officer, Mr.Kamleshwar Director ACAP Youth Services, Mr.Srinivas from Forest Department attended the function. The founder and Director of ACAP Mr.K.Ranga Rao appreciated the schools endeavour in promoting sports & games and activities like rock climbing , Jhumering , Rappelling , Camping , trekking etc. The award was received by Head Mistress Mrs.Fahmida Shameen


 

"OGS won TWO "Filmit" Awards"

Date: 15/02/2012
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Open future Filmit India Film Festival

Filmit is a multi cultural project initiated by INTACH Delhi, that aims at nurturing cultural understanding, care and concern amongst school children through the exciting experience of making and sharing films on heritage which will be viewed by the children of India and UK. OGS Heritage club 'Pracheena' made 4 short films as a part of the project.

We are glad to inform you that 'Pracheena' OGS Heritage club received an award for 'Best Screenplay' for the short film 'Laad Bazaar' and 'Best visuals award' for the shot film 'Glimpses of Hyderabad'.

15 students and Incharge of the club V.Satya Prasanna and P. Venkat Rao were given participation certificates by famous film director Nandini Reddy.

INTACH Delhi greatly appreciated the creative inputs made by our school and said that it is expecting more short films from our club.
 

Bal Shree Award Winner

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Our student Chandra Mouli Shastri was selected for Bal Shree Award , Mrs Puranderishwari, Minister for H.R.D, gave away the Award in Delhi.
 

Guru we love you

19th September 2011
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Mr.Fahmida Shameem, Head mistress. High School was one of the recipient of best teacher award
in connection with teachers day under the programme Guru We Love You in a grand function at Harihara Kalabhavan on 19th September 2011. . Dr . Gerardus Van Der Weijden Director Stepp Educational Communication Belgium , Chief guest gave away the awards.

Awards of Excellence

7th June 2009
Oxford Grammar School celebrated “Awards of Excellence” programme on 7th June 2009 to honour all the 39 meritorious students out of 119, who scored above 500 in aggregate, and two students securing centum in mathematics. Dr.Koya Venkateshwara Rao, M.Sc. Ph.D (Chemistry), Chemistry H.O.D New Science College, the guest, distributing the mementos to the students, expressed that all the students are equally capable and if each and every child works hard, he could definitely achieve the goal, depending on the interest and facilities provided by the parents. Mr.M.Vedakumar, Chairman, Oxford Grammar School, congratulating the students expressed the importance of that education towards intellectual development and individual thinking, to uplift the society. He also appreciated all the teachers for their sincere service and team work.

Mrs. B. Saileela Reddy Head Mistress, presented the report of achievement of good results in S.S.C Public Examination 2009, and thanked all the teachers for their combined efforts and strategical methods, and expressed her happiness for the good performance by the 39 students out of 119, getting above 500 in aggregate. The function came to an end with the vote of thanks.

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Balashree Award

Dt: 15-11-2008

Oxford Grammar School, since its inception has endeavoured and strived to provide curricular and extra curricular activities to the students. The Motto of our school ‘Knowledge is power’ proved to be true and we proudly wants to share the most applauded brought by our student, master P.Pavan Kumar of class X, who is Nominated for the Balashree award from our state for his Marvelous project on Energy Efficient Hover craft. He was felicitated on 14th Nov, 2008 by the Honourable Chief Minister of A.P Dr.Y.S.Rajasekhara Reddy.

Master P.Pavan Kumar will take part in the final rounds, which is going to take place in Delhi, where in he will be competing with other states students to bag the most prestigious “Balashree” award.

OGS provides strong platform to all students coming from different backgrounds irrespective of financial status and community through the help of the latest teaching methods to enable then to empower their hidden talents by organizing numerous events like workshops, grilling session, brainstorming activities like quiz, debates, etc, which in turn enable the students to compete at National & International level both in academic as well as in sports. One such event which is very fresh in our minds is participation of our students in International Children’s Film Festivals held in Iran & Italy as Jury Members.

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INTACH NATIONAL AWARD
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Date: 12.5.2008
It is heartening to experience that the Heritage Clubs at School and College level established nationwide with a purpose to bring awareness about Heritage and Culture. Young INTACH participants are tomorrows citizens to take up the responsibility protection of Art, Culture and Heritage and they have shown considerable interest and concern and a commendable participation in the activities related to Heritage and culture.

The Heritage Clubs of twin cities have participated very actively in the programmes undertaken by INTACH A.P.,State Chapter for the several years now. The national recognition has come to city’s Oxford Grammar School, Himayathnagar by honouring its club with the prestigious national award which is a single award, presented every year by INTACH, New Delhi. I appreciate the efforts and involvement of the Oxford INTACH Heritage Club in all our programmes since its establishment.

I appreciate Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan for securing a consolation prize among the 5 clubs at National level. Similarly the other INTACH Heritage Clubs of twin cities are exceptionally doing well with the programmes entrusted to them. Hopefully in the next one or two years the number of INTACH Heritage clubs will increase and will be instrumental in spreading heritage awareness. I appreciate and thank H.E.C.S., New Delhi, the education department and INTACH heritage school clubs for rendering their cooperation to INTACH activities to succeed in its endeavour
(SHRAVAN KUMAR.IAS.,)
Convenor, INTACH A.P.State Chapter

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PRESS RELEASE

Date : 12-05-2008
We, the students, staff and management of Oxford Grammar School, Himayatnagar, Hyderabad feel proud to know that Oxford Heritage Club has been awarded by INTACH at national level as an appreciation for its active participation in the programmes undertaken by INTACH, Hyderabad chapter and at the same time we thank INTACH a lot for encouraging us by honoring the heritage club of our school.

Oxford Heritage Club was started long back and put many efforts from its inception involving itself in the programmes of protecting the monuments and heritage buildings to promote the Indian culture and architectures of its kind. The members of the club under the guidance and Honorable Directors of Oxford Grammar School, Mr. Veda Kumar took the responsibility to bring the awareness of preserving the heritage building among the public as they stand at the symbols of Indian heritage so that the future generation will understand the greatness of our country.

Our students had taken up same activities which are worth mentioning like presenting some antiques depicting the old cultures of our country in the seminars conducted by INTACH. Many times the students visited the monuments like Paighan tombs, Chow Mahalla Palace etc. as a part of heritage works.

They collected some pictures of the old buildings and different structures and shapes of the Deccan Rock. On the whole our club members participated in many activities to enrich heritage education.

 

BALA RATNA AWARD

Master. M.S.R. Harith Kumar of X ‘B’ received Bala Ratna Award for The topic Creative Scientific Innovation (Heat energy & Geo thermal energy) from Chief Minister Y.S. Raja Shekar Reddy on 14th November 2007 at “Bal Bhavan”.

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Best Speech Award
from Governor of Andhra Pradesh Shri. Ranga Rajan

The Oxford Grammar School student Subash of X was selected as a recipient of prize, for his best speech on "What do children expect from a working mother". The elocution was held at school premises organized by Red Cross Society A.P State branch on 4th December 1998 the selected student received this prize from the Governor his excellency Mr.Ranga Rajan on 5th September 1999.
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Brilliancy Award from Vice-Chancellor, CIEFL Mr. Pramod Talgery

Every child ought to be more intelligent than his parents. The Oxford Grammar School follows the tradition of awarding prizes for their brilliancy in academics during the annual school day function. Mr. Pramod Talgery Vice-Chancellor, central institute of English and Foreign Languages has awarded a prize to one of the students during 19th Annual Day Celebrations during 1999-2000.
OGS AWARD FROM Mr. PRAMOD TALGERY