1. Online Classes begin again- (April 7, 2021)
Due to the  long lockdown for pandemic schools, colleges and other educational institutes are closed. To ensure that the students do not miss out on lessons due to the COVID-19 induced lockdown, Guru Nanak Public School started the new academic year of 2021-2022 from 7thApril 2021 with virtual online classes. Teachers started using online apps for lectures, tutorial and assessments like last session. E-learning poses a challenge to both teachers and students.The encouragement from Principal Mrs. Rita Joshi motivate the teachers and helps them to overcome these difficulties to begin with the new session with the virtual class. By this students are getting busy with online virtual classes, assessments, tutorials videos and test series.

2. Mother’s Day - 
“God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.”
Mother’s day is special for mothers as well as children. To celebrate this special day students were given activities to show their appreciation to their mothers. Students did wonderful jobs by making cards, gifting those to their mothers. Students shared those activities with their teachers. Students enjoyed this activity even from home in this pandemic.

3. Celebration of Independence Day (August 15th, 2021)
 75th Independence Day was celebrated with great pomp and joy at Guru Nanak Public School, Badgaon, Kota. Teachers of the school themselves arranged the cultural programme. The programme began with the auspicious unfurling of the tricolor by the chief guest Mr. Sukhvindan Barar.  All teachers saluted the flag and sang the National Anthem. The celebration progressed further with the Cultural Programme. A group of teachers sang a parody of songs on patriotism. A group of teachers presented a skit to enlighten the difficulties faced by teachers and students during the “Online Classes”. Hindi teacher and renowned poet Mr. Parmanand Dadhich presented a poem “Our Glorious History”. In the progression of the cultural programme one of our English teachers recited a poem, which threw the light on “How India had progressed in different fields throughout these years. Hindi Teacher “Mrs Sadhna Gupta” also presented a poem in the honour of our great soldiers, who are the fearless defenders of freedom.
One of the trustee members Sardar Harbhajan Singh Ji gave a heartwarming speech. Through his speech, he enlightened everyone about the need of adapting practical knowledge as well as Book knowledge in our life. Our Principal ma’am talked about the duties during the Covid in her informative speech. The administrator of the school retired colonel Amar Veer Singh Ghuman, threw light on about all round development for building a happy present and strong future. After congratulating all on 75th Independence Day celebration, he thanked the venerable guest for being present at the celebration.
At the end, sweets were distributed. 

4. Physical appearance of students in school (September 1st, 2021)
After taking classes on virtual platform for nearly five months due to second lockdown, according to an official statement issued from state government, Guru Nanak Public School, Badgaon welcomed the students of classes from IX to XII on September 1st, 2021 while following the guidelines issued from the government. For the safety of students and staff members the school building is being sanitized daily and other norms issued from government are being followed. The students are very eager to come back and attend the offline classes. The students attended the classes with the concerned form signed by their parents. The busses are provided and sanitized for safety of students. From the first day reopening of school, the joy of coming back to school could be seen on their faces.

5. Teachers day  (September 15th, 2021)
5th September is celebrated as Teacher’s Day in India every year on to appreciate the role played by teachers in the life of students–the leaders of tomorrow. The day also celebrated to pay tribute to Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former President of the country and a visionary educator. Teachers provide the power of knowledge and education and create possibilities for better future. Due to Covid students could not celebrate this day with teachers in school. Still students of Guru Nanak Public School celebrated this day by making beautiful cards for their teachers. They made creative video for their teachers through which they conveyed their regards to their teachers by reciting poems, songs and short speeches. The teachers were happy to see to the expression of the students and were touched with their love and affection.  

6. Rastriya Poshan Maah   (September, 2021)
POSHAN Abhiyan (National Nutrition Mission) was launched by the Hon’ble Prime Minister on 8th March, 2018 in which “My Plate Icon” concept was introduced. The Programme strives to reduce the level of stunting, under – nutrition, low birth weight in children and anemia in adolescent girls, pregnant women, lactating mothers as well as children.
Rashtriya Poshan Maah is being celebrated during the month of September, 2021. To keep the idea behind this abhiyan, Guru Nanak Public School celebrated “Poshan Maah” by encouraging students to donate healthy food/fruits etc to the needy people in the neighborhood atleast once in a week of September to imbibe a sense of social responsibility towards the society. One of our teacher “Mrs Satvinder Kaur enlightened the students about the importance of food and water in daily life style. By this activity teachers made the students aware about the nutritious value of the food to keep oneself healthy.


7. Gandhi Jayanti / Shastri Jayanti ( October 2, 2021)
This year the nation celebrated the anniversaries of the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi and the former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri with enthusiasm. In 2021, Gandhi Jayanti and Shastri Jayanti coincided with the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, which was inaugurated on 12 March, 2021 by the Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi. Students of Guru Nanak Public School enthusiastically took part in the Gandhi Jayanti and Shastri Jayanti event celebrations. Students celebrated Gandhi Jayanti and Shastri Jayanti by reciting poem, speeches on the biography of Gandhi ji and Shastri ji. Student got motivated and enlightened by the way these two great freedom fighters of our country lived their life.