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ELEMENTS USED & THE STORY BEHIND THEM:

1.Burning Torch
It symbolizes the eternal flame of knowledge given by education and human achievement.

The Story: The Olympic torch is meant to symbolize the fire gifted to mankind by Prometheus in Greek mythology. Today’s torch is also used as a symbol to connect the ancient games with their modern counterpart. It also acts as a symbol for human achievement.

2.Nib
It symbolizes learning/education.

The story: Nib is the most important part of a fountain pen. It leads ink from the nib feed to the tip via the tines and writes characters on paper. The analogy here is that well-guided students act as vessels of great character and wisdom, the way a fine nib acts as a tool to express thoughts.

3.Open Book
It symbolizes access to the wealth of knowledge in store for young students.

4.Olive Wreath
It symbolizes victory

The Story: According to legends, only one winner per event was crowned with an olive wreath made of wild-olive leaves from a sacred tree near the temple of Zeus at Olympia. Olive wreaths were given out during the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens in honor of the ancient tradition, because the games were being held in Greece.

Faculty – Teachers & Their Qualifications

FACULTY – TEACHERS & THEIR QUALIFICATIONS

Amalorpavam Lourds Academy, Puducherry
Teachers List ( III to VIII)
Sl.NoTeacher NameQuallificationsDesignationSubject HandlingClasses Assigned
1Mrs.NANCY.PM.Com,B.EdHeadmistressEnglishVI & VII
2Ms. MARY CAROLINE PIRIYA.SM.Sc.,B.EdAsst. HeadmistressScienceIII – V
3Mrs. EUGENE SELVI.SM.A.,B.EdPRTEnglishIII – V
4Ms. SAHANA.SM.Sc.,B.EdPRTMathsIII – V
5Mrs. CHITRA.KM.A.,B.EdPRTTamilIII – V
6Mrs. ZEENATH BANU.BM.A.,B.EdPRTHindiIII – V
7Ms. RANJITHA DEVI.RB.Sc.,B.EdPRTMathsIII – V
8Mrs. PUNITHAVATHI.SB.Sc.,B.EdPRTMathsIII – V
9Ms. RAMYA@PEEREZHIL.JB.Sc.,B.EdPRTGeneral KnowledgeIII – V
10Mrs. MARIE CLAUDINE SANTHIA.JCM.Sc, B.Ed.PRTEVSIII – V
11Mrs. NITHYA.PB.Sc., B.Ed.PRTEVSIII – V
12Mrs. POUNESHWARI.MM.A.,B.EdPRTEVSIII – V
13Mrs. ARUNA.M (MURUGESAN)M.A.,B.EdPRTEnglishIII – V
14Mrs. SANTHI.RB.C.S., M.A.,B.EdPRTHindiIII – V
15Mrs. ARUL MARIA JERALDIN.CB.Sc.,B.EdPRTTamilIII – V
16Mrs. KAVITHA.SM.Com.D.El.EdPRTTamilIII – V
17Mrs. THIVYA.R (RAVIKUMAR)B.A.,B.EdPRTMoral ValueIII – V
18Mrs. MARY CAROLINE.A.IM.Sc.,B.EdPRTMathsIII – V
19Mrs. NADHIYA.SB.Sc.,B.EdPRTTamilIII – V
20Mrs. SELVAM CAROLINE.AM.Sc.,B.EdPRTMathsIII – V
21Ms. ISHWARYA.MB.A.,B.EdPRTEnglishIII – V
22Mrs. SOBANA.RM.Sc.,B.EdPRTEVSIII – V
23Mrs. GIRIJA.DM.A., M.Phil.,B.EdPRTEnglishIII – V
24Mrs. PONNIRASELVY.SM.A.,B.EdPRTTamilIII – V
25Mrs. MABEL SANTHAKUMARY.SM.Sc.,B.EdTGTMathsVI – VIII
26Mrs. MARIA SYLVIA NANCY.PM.A., B.EdTGTEnglishVI – VIII
27Mrs. MALARVIZHI.IM.A.,B.EdTGTSocial ScienceVI – VIII
28Mrs. DEEPA.SB.A.,B.EdTGTSocial ScienceVI – VIII
29Ms. MUGILA JOSEPHM.A.,D.El.EdTGTFrenchVI – VIII
30Ms. SARASWATHI.NM.A., M.Phil.B.EdTGTTamilVI – VIII
31Mrs. DHANALAKSHMI.EM.A.,B.EdTGTHindiVI – VIII
32Mrs. SARALA DEVI.SM.A.,B.EdTGTTamilVI – VIII
33Mrs. JAYALAKSHMI.GM.A.,B.EdTGTHindiVI – VIII
34Mr. ASHOK KUMAR.RM.Sc.,B.EdTGTScienceVI – VIII
35Mrs. SELVANAYAKI.MM.A.,B.EdTGTTamilVI – VIII
36Mr. ESSOURADJANE.IB.Sc., M.Sc., B.Ed., M.Ed.TGTScienceVI – VIII
37Mr. PAUL SUSAI RAJ.VB.P.E.,M.P.EdP.E.TP.E.TIII – VIII
38Mr. MOHAMMED SIKKANDHAR.SB.Sc.,B.EdTGTComputer InstructorIII – VIII
39Mr. JAGANATH.BB.Sc.,MLISLibrarianLibrarianIII – VIII
40Mr. MURUGANANDAN.LM.Sc. BLISTGTComputer InstructorIII – VIII
41Mr. DINAGARAN.BM.A.,A.D.YYoga MasterYoga MasterIII – VIII
      
New Staff ( III to VIII)
Sl.NoTeacher NameQuallificationsDesignationSubject HandlingClasses Assigned
42Ms. R. SURUTHIB.A., M.A., B.Ed.,PRTEnglishIII – V
43Mrs. MANGAYARKARASI. P.AB.Sc., M.Sc., B.Ed.PRTEVSIII – V
44Mrs. R. JAYACHITRAB.Sc., B.Ed., (M.A.doing)PRTHindiIII – V
45Mrs. A. ANU RADHAB.A., M.A., D.Ted., B.Ed., CCATGTEnglishVI – VIII
46Ms. J. SHARLIB.A., M.A., B.Ed.,TGTEnglishVI – VIII
47Ms. S. JOSEPHINE VINNARASIB.Sc., B.Ed.TGTMathsVI – VIII
48Mr. L. DOMINIC XAVIERB.Sc., M.Sc., B.Ed., M.A.TGTMathsVI – VIII
49Mrs. BHUVANA. MB.Sc., B.Ed., M.Sc.TGTScienceVI – VIII
50Mrs. SUMITHRAA. VB.A., M.A., B.Ed.TGTSocial ScienceVI – VIII
51Ms. K. MANGALAKSIHMIM.A., M.Phil., B.ED., P.G., M.Com., DipTGTHindiVI – VIII
Teachers List ( LKG to II )
Sl.NoTeacher NameQuallificationsDesignationSubject HandlingClasses Assigned
52Mrs. ALPHONSA.SB.Tech.,B.EdAsst. HeadmistressMathsI & II
53Mrs. ARUNA.M (MUNUSAMY)B.A.,B.EdPRTTamilI & II
54Mrs. KRISHNAVENI.SB.A.,B.EdPRTTamilI & II
55Mrs. SELVAM CATHRINE.AB.Sc.,B.EdPRTMathsI & II
56Mrs. ANGEL JOSEPHINE.A.JB.Sc.,B.EdPRTEVSI & II
57Mrs. NOORUL HAMZA.UB.Sc.,B.EdPRTMathsI & II
58Mrs. GANGABAI.BB.Sc.,B.EdPRTMathsI & II
59Mrs. SUGANYA.MB.A.,B.EdPRTEnglishI & II
60Ms. PREMAVATHY.DB.Sc.,B.EdPRTMoral ValueI & II
61Mrs. CHRISTY ANITHA MARY.CB.Sc.,B.EdPRTEVSI & II
62Mrs. JALLURI SUJAYAB.A.,B.EdPRTHindiI & II
63Mrs. MATHI.CM.A.,B.EdPRTEnglishI & II
64Mrs. MUTHULAKSHMI.SB.P.E.,M.P.EdP.E.TP.E.TLKG – II
65Mrs. RUBA.KHSC,D.TedPRTTamilI & II
66Ms. JAYA SURIYA .RB.A.,B.EdPRTEnglishI & II
67Ms. SIVARANJANI.BB.A.,B.EdPRTEnglishI & II
68Mrs. HEMALATHA.CM.A.,B.EdPRTHindiI & II
69Mrs. AMALORPAVAMARY.LHSC,D.TedPRTTamilI & II
70Mrs. JUDAH CHRISTINA.CM.A.,B.EdNTTEnglishKG
71Ms. VARSHA.VB.A.,B.EdNTTConversationKG
72Mrs. JANCYRANI.MB.A.,B.EdNTTConversationKG
73Ms. REETHA.LB.A.,B.EdNTTTamilKG
74Mrs. PUNITHA JEYESHREE.FB.Sc.,D.TedNTTMathsKG
75Mrs. ARUNA.M (MURUGAN)B.Sc.,B.EdNTTTamil / MathsKG
76Mrs. PAULINE MARY NANCY.JB.Sc.,D.TedNTTTamilKG
77Mrs. SOWNDHARYA.RB.Sc.,B.EdNTTEnglishKG
78Mrs. BOUVANESWARI.AB.C.S., DCE., B.Ed.NTTTamil / MathsKG
79Mrs. MAHALAKSHMI.RB.Sc., B.Ed.NTTTamil / MathsKG
80Mrs. PRIYA.AB.A., B.Ed.NTTConversationKG
81Mrs. SASIDEVI.GB.A., D.T.Ed.NTTEnglishKG
82Mrs. KAVITHA.MB.Sc, B.Ed.NTTTamilKG
83Mrs. RAMYA.DB.A., B.Ed.NTTConversationKG
84Mrs. ASHA NANDHINI.AB.A.,B.Ed., D.T.Ed.NTTConversationKG
85Mrs. GEJA LAKSHUMY.SD.T.Ed., B.A.NTTMathsKG
86Mrs. ANBARASI.AM.Sc., B.Ed., M.Phil.NTTMathsKG
87Mrs. VINNARASI.RM.A., D.T.Ed.NTTConversationKG
New Staff ( LKG to II)
88Ms. V. DEVISREEB.A., B.Ed.,NTTEnglishKG
89Mr. PAPPY SOPHIA STEPHENSOND.EI.Ed., DOANTTEnglishKG
90Ms. P. HEMAB.A., B.Ed.,NTTEnglishKG
91Ms. K. L. AARTHIEB.Sc., M.Sc., B.Ed.PRTMathsI & II
      

School Managing Committee

SCHOOL MANAGING COMMITTEE

S.No.

Name of the Committee Members

Occupation

SMC Designation

1

Shri. KUMARAN G

EC MEMBER AMALORPAVAM EDN.WEL.SOCIETY

MEMBER – SOCIETY

2

Smt. Mrs. NANCY. P

HEADMISTRESS, AMALORPAVAM LOURDS ACADEMY

MEMBER – SECRETARY

3

  

MEMBER – OTHER SR SEC SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

4

Smt. PREETHI. T

Principal, Vivekananda School, Iyyankutipalayam, Puducherry- 605 009.

MEMBER – OTHER SR SEC SCHOOL PRINCIPAL

5

Mrs. ARUNA. M

TGT, AMALORPAVAM LOURDS ACADEMY

MEMBER – TEACHER

6

Mrs.MABEL SANTHAKUMARY.S

TGT, AMALORPAVAM LOURDS ACADEMY

MEMBER – TEACHER

7

Shri. KUMARANSAMY.L

Business

MEMBER – MALE PARENT

8

Smt. REMY CATHERINE.P

TGT, GOVT. High School Puducherry.

MEMBER – FEMALE PARENT

9

Shri.SANDANA DEVAN R

Secretary – Tamilnadu CBSE Schools Welfare Society

MEMBER – SMC

10

Shri. SUNDARAMOORTHY .V

RETIRED VICE PRINCIPAL, VIVEKANANDHA GOVT. BOYS HR. SEC. SCHOOL, VILLIANUR, PUDUCHERRY.

MEMBER – SMC

11

Shri. ARULSELVAM S

Marketing Manager, Tamil Murasu, Pondicherry.

MEMBER – SMC

12

Shri. Er. RAVICHANDRAN. A

Registered Engineer & Approved Valuvers

MEMBER – SMC

13

Shri. Dr.SUBBAIAH.G

DOCTOR

MEMBER – SMC

14

Shri. ANAND  ALIAS MUNUSAMY N

Ex. .MLA, Pondicherry Union Territory.

MEMBER – SMC

15

Shri. CALAIVANANE.S

Advocate & Notary

MEMBER – SMC

16

Shri. MANI.R

Auditor, Iyer Consultants, Puducherry.

MEMBER – SMC

17

Shri. BABUJI.J

Inspector of Police, C1, Ariyankuppam.

MEMBER – SMC

18

Shri. SHANMUGHAM V

Reired Superintendent of Police (VAC), Police Dept. Puducherry.

MEMBER – SMC

19

Smt. PRIYA BHARATH  A

Special Educator, Founder Trustee – Sri Vatsalyam Educational Trust, Author & Resource Person  – Oxford University Press.

MEMBER – SMC

Message from the Founder

MESSAGE FROM THE FOUNDER

SCHOOL, THE SECOND HOME!

S.A. Lourdusamy

Founder, Correspondent & Senior Principal,
Amalorpavam Lourds Academy, Puducherry

Children in their wee years of life are dropped in schools by parents, each treasuring spiralling aspirations about the adulthood of their precious little ones. Few realize that learning begins at home; the mother being the first teacher. The school only builds on that! Even toddlers these days, are exposed to and are so attracted towards electronic gadgets and its technology that grown-ups find it impossible to wean their child away from them. This is where the parents have to be very responsible and curtail the use of these gadgets in the presence of their child. “Prevention is better than cure.”

School is the place that a child is introduced to, straight from his/her cozy home. School is the place that a child spends in, a good part of the day. The school then serves as its second home and the teacher, its second mother. The school is thus endowed with the liability of chiseling and shaping the child bestowed in its care with trust, into responsible human being who contributes his/her mite to society.

Education is said to be the spine of a nation and it is the educated youth of a nation that decide its future. It is this that we have in our minds when we work on the curriculum for the children. Our students will not just be learning books, but they will be learning life; the ethics that we infuse into them will be turning them into living examples of moral principles; tiding over caste, creed, religion, race or colour, they will be co-existing with fellow human beings and animals in peace and harmony; here they will be understanding the value of teachers/parents and all elders and will be learning to treasure them; the mental upliftment they get through prayers will be turning them into true ambassadors of God. All this will be attained in spaces ideally equipped with the latest in technology and in rustic surroundings congenial for a holistic development of the child. Due concentration is also rendered to the refining of the physical and mental fitness of the children.

Practicalizing the belief, “the true purpose of education is to train the mind to think,” we let the children experience the joy of innovative thinking and consequently, creativity is born. To churn out the innate talent in every child, skill-based education is also imparted so that children are able to reproduce great and noble things with what they have learnt.

Since “Discipline is the bridge between goal and achievement,” adequate merit is effected into nurturing the children with the sound discipline necessary to help them achieve success in their lives. While the school promises a personal caring touch to every child, it expects the contribution of the parents too in providing the knowledge and tools for a flourishing and buoyant career of their child. The busy parents must find/make time to spend with their child for a better understanding of each other and also be good role models, which is of immense importance for the well-being and right upbringing of the child so that he enters the world as a noble and enterprising youth; a blessing to his home, his society and his country.

I end with the happy note of expecting the best from the parents and the children who have been the root cause of establishing this school adopting the CBSE curriculum and invite you to our beacon of knowledge – experience to understand.

Thank you.

Amalorpavam – A glance

Amalorpavam – A glance

Amalorpavam Lourds Academy, a school following CBSE curriculum is run by the registered “Amalorpavam Educational Welfare Society”. The foundation stone for the School has been laid by our visionary educationalist Kalvisemmal Shri. S.A. Lourdusamy, the Founder, Correspondent and Senior Principal of the institution,  on 26th Jan, 2015. To begin with, the classes started functioning from 07.06.2015 in the Infant Jesus Block. The classes I to III has been functioning in this campus with limited infrastructure and a strength of just 302 students.

In the year 2018, catering to the multifaceted requirements of the students and with a dream of setting up an institution of international standards, it has been decided to establish and provide an enviable infrastructure for Amalorpavam Lourds Academy in an exclusive campus at Kombakkam in Puducherry. The foundation stone for the new building at Kombakkam has been laid on 22.08.2018 by our beloved Founder. 

‘All Saints Campus’, housing the newly constructed buildings have been inaugurated on 30.01.2020 by His Eminence Oswald Cardinal Gracious, Archbishop of Mumbai and Member of the Council of Cardinals, Vatican. The students have happily occupied their new classrooms at the All Saints Campus, Kombakkam on 12.02.2020.

Today the ‘All Saints Campus’ encompassing the Amalorpavam Lourds Academy at Kombakkam boasts of extra-ordinary infrastructural facilities, making it highly conducive for learning and wholesome development of the students. The school upholds learner centric traditional values, while adopting contemporary pedagogies. Every individual entering the school from diverse backgrounds, will carry with him/her a unique streaks of values, traditions and cultures, inculcated with true educational values and skills for life. With effective mentoring, nurturing and care these diamonds in the rough will be transformed into priceless gems.