The dawn of 6th November 2014 was welcomed with vibrant colours, Red and Yellow. It was the day to hold our head high and salute our State, Karnataka. Kannada Rajyotsavawas celebrated with great pomp and show. The students put a scintillating performance to depict the rich culture and heritage of Karnataka, a home for people across India with different languages and culture. The message went straight to thestudents that it is theirduty to learn Kannada irrespective of their mother tongue.

All Pre – primary children came in colour dress and assembled in the assembly hall. A puppet show named "EKKI DOKKI" was put up by the pre-primary teachers .All the children watched the puppet show and enjoyed it very much.Then they were taken to the playground to play on the merry-go- round and bouncer.Children were treated with pop-corn and candy.

All the children danced to the music played and had a great time.

Children's day celebration was a grand success.

Onam was celebrated by Kindergarten with a flower rangoli decoration around the lamp followed by Onam dance by all the Pre-Primary teachers and all the children thoroughly enjoyed the celebration.

Teachers Day followed, by a programme hosted by the Primary school children. It included a skit based on the story of Dronacharya and Eklavya, a couple of dance and lots of games. The teachers felt respected and honoured by the performance of children. The day was completed with a sit around lunch with all the staff members of NPS CKBR, while they listen to the speech of Prime Minister Narendra Modi – throwing light on the bonding with teacher pupil education.

It was a day of excitement and thrill for the children, dressed in traditional attire as they came prepared for the celebration of Ganesh chaturthi.The day began with songs and shlokas on Ganesha, as the auspicious stroke of the clock clicked the rituals began, with bhajans that were taught to the children, deepas that were lit, filled the atmosphere with spirituality. Chanting of prayers got staff and children focused on the aarthi to lord Ganesha. Children enjoyed receiving Prasada.They then got to view a Tabula on the story of Ganesha. This had the characters of Lord Shiva, Parvati, Kartikeya, Ganesha, Narada, Peacock and the Mouse. The tabula had the part of one of the stories of Ganesha which they enjoyed. The role characters were the Kindergarten children dressed in their respective costumes. We must, at this juncture appreciate the amount of efforts the parents put in to exhibit towards the success of the event.

The first Independence Day celebrations at NPS, CKBNR was held with pomp and gaiety. The day's proceedings began with the infurling of the National flag by the chief guest Dr.Chandrashekhar, Ex vice-chancellor of the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. The guest of honour for the day was Dr.Muralidhar, Principal RRIT. The cultural programmes presented by the students witnessed total involvement of the parents, who also appreciated the enthusiastic performances of their wards. The programme concluded with the inter-house dance competition, which brought everyone on their feet.

The collaborative effort of the students and teachers ensured the event's success.