Classroom/Library Information

School Library provides academic resources for all constituents of the school -Students, Faculty, Administrative staff and to the Parents. The library strives to make resources readily accessible when and wherever they are needed to enhance and promote the total growth and development of the students. The Library endeavors to provide students with opportunities to learn how to utilize materials in a variety of formats to access information so that they can continue lifelong learning.

Pawar Public School has a well-stocked Library, providing yeoman service as a repository of knowledge and information. The Library has over 18,000 documents consisting of General Reading Books, Reference Books, Text Books, CDs, Charts & Maps on a variety of subjects and Collection of Question Banks for Competitive Examination and Academics. There are four computers with intranet and internet connectivity available in the Library for academic use. PPS Library is a fully automated Library with SLIM-21(System for Library Information and Management) a good Library management software. Library OPAC (Online Public Access Catalogue) is also available  which is accessible through school website.

The Library subscribes to thirty five magazines in addition to nine newspapers, including NIE editions of The Times of India and Primary Plus. The reference section of the Library has a rich collection of encyclopedias, yearbooks, handbooks on different subjects eg.. General Knowledge, Travels, Hobbies, Music, Sports, Science and Technology, Art &craft, History, Geography and Languages, etc. The library has its Audio-Visual section also with LCD television  and  a Sensus Board.

Beside all this habit of Reading is more important.To improve the reading habit and motivate  students to read many activities are organized  in the library as a part of Book and Newspaper club. Even good reader students as well teachers are awarded ‘Star Reader’ awards.

It is heartening to see that the library is optimally used by the students, teachers and parents, justifying the saying ‘ Books are our true companions.’

 

Computer Lab

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Science Lab

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Math Lab

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Auditorium

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Sports Facilities

We at Pawar Public School, encourage the physical well-being of our students. We conduct Fitness Programs from the age of five to inculcate the awareness of health and proper growth. The students are inspired by the schedule which is continued in higher classes. The school also offers Physical Education as an Optional subject in Standard IX and X.

Our Sports activities help to maintain a balance of studies and play together. Through these activities, students experience the challenge and reward of sport. They learn tolerance, leadership, sportsmanship, team spirit. Self-discipline and self-responsibility are also the qualities that the students acquire in the process of their playing games.

We have qualified instructors for the various sports and fitness programs. The staff strives to facilitate the students’ development of motor skills and prepare the students to set goals for a particular game. The students learn to be independent and get an opportunity to achieve goals and gain confidence. Our sports activities help the children to release their inner tensions and project their talents in the right directions.

We are happy that the implementation of the sports schedule results in the all-round development of the child. The child acquires mental abilities like concentration, awareness and focusing on the right aims. This helps the child to do better in the Academics too.

We offer the following sports/games in our school

  1. Football.
  2. Lawn Tennis.
  3. Table Tennis.
  4. Yoga
  5. Badminton.
  6. Taekwondo
  7. Kho Kho
  8. Aerobics
  9. Dumb bells & Lezim
  10. Skating
  11. Basketball
  12. Athletes
  13. Fitness Program for the Pre-primary section.

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