Achievements of students

The school is indeed proud of the students who  added feathers to the cap of SDKY Gurukula Vidyalaya.

  1. The students of the school participated in “Spiritus’ an inter school competitions organized by SSRVM, Panangad and our students won prizes for dance, jute art and for Characterization.

  1. 3 students of class XII, Yadukrishna, Athira and Aryananda had participated in an online quiz conducted by CBSE – CBSE Heritage Quiz. Our students were selected for the second round to Calicut.
  2. Our students participated in a competition ‘Prayag’ organized by Nalanda Public School – exhibition of models in Social Studies. We bagged the Overall 2nd  place.
  3. The Choice School conducted an inter school competition on Science exhibition ‘Scientia’ and we got the 1st prize for the still Models.
  4. Antonio Talenzo was a competition conducted by St. Antony’s Public School, Kizhakkambalam on 3rd December and our students secured prizes for vegetable carving and making the best out of waste.
  5. SN school in Poothota conducted an inter school Maths exhibition ‘Mathronauts Squircle 2022’ on Geometrocity  models and Pot Art using Geormtrical shapes. Our children got the second prize for the Geometrocity and the third prize for Pot Art.
  6. Our students participated in the Yoga Competition conducted by Saraswathy Vidyniketan, Elamakkara on the 18th of September.
  7. Bhoomika is an interschool competition organized by SBOA School, Chittoor and our student Abigail of UKG got the 3rd prize for Collage making.
  8. Ernakulam District conducted the Judo competition on the 15th of November, and Abhinav KB of class IX got the gold medal.
  9. ‘Sine of the Times’ was an interschool competition on Mathematics exhibition conducted by Bhavans Varuna Vidyalaya, Trikkakara and our students bagged prizes for the still model.
  10. Science Olympiad Foundation conducted the IMO (International Mathematics Olympiad) wherein 4 of our students  – Sumvedh, Hridik Hareesh, Nakshatra Rajesh of class II and Sreedev B of class IV secured the gold medals.
  11. NSO ( National Science Olympiad) results were also announced wherein our student, Dakshesh CD of class VB, got the gold medal for the same.

Christmas Celebration

Christmas celebration was held on December 23, 2022. “Christmas isn’t a season. It is a feeling.”
SDKY Gurukula Vidyalaya celebrated the festival of God by welcoming it by holy carol song,  scintillating dances, Santa Claus and a skit symbolizing the spirit of Christmas.  All the students and staff rejoiced the day wholeheartedly .

Red Colour Day celebration

Red Colour Day was celebrated on December 2, 2022. KG students, the teaching and non teaching staff wore red attires on the day. The classrooms were decorated with beautiful chart works – a post box, fruits and many creativities in red. Ms. Sunanda Murali(The principal), Ms. Sindhu V Nair(The vice principal) and the KG coordinator – Ms. Shuba Varma spoke to the students and gave away the prizes to the kids.

Annual Sports Day 2022 – 2023

The Annual sports 2022-33 was a two-day meet on November  24, 2022 and  November 25, 2022. The Chief Guest on the Inaugural day( November 25) was the International Football star -Ms C. V. Seena. The ritualistic oath taking, lighting the torch, flag hoisting, spectacular display and march past dazzled the day. The students competed with zest and zeal to win various competitions . The immense guidance of our physical education teacher and other teachers made the meet successful.

Annual Sports Day video link

Annual Sports Day video_2 link


Book Fair

In connection with the National Library Week, SDKY Gurukula Vidyalaya organised a book exhibition in association with H & C Publishers in the School Auditorium from November 17 to November 19,2022.

Children’s Day celebration

Children’s Day – the birthday of our beloved chachaji Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru was celebrated on 14th November 2022. Scintillating dances, mellifluous song and a speech by our chachaji Govind Ranjit of class 1 made the day a grand success. Children of class 1 to 5 in colourful attires enjoyed the ‘The Bagless Day’. Fancy dress competition was a thrill for the KG Section.

Say No to Drugs

As a part of Anti-drug drive, a talk by Mr. P. Rajkumar (ACP Kochi) was held on 12th  November 2022 in the school auditorium. The talk prioritized the presence of parents to aware them about the drug addiction amongst the youngsters. Mr. Ratheesh(SI  Palarivattom station)  joined the talk by exhibiting various drug forms and also cited instances of addicted youngsters. The talk was effective and informative . Classical art form, Ottanthullal by Avanthika U Nair of class VII A under the auspices of Mrs Remya prasad and Mrs Ashiks added grace to the day.

Ottanthullal video link

Kerala Piravi

Kerala Piravi, the birthday of God’s own country was celebrated on November 1, 2022 . A coalesce of speech, Kalari, Mohiniyatam, folk dance, Vanjipattu and a fashion show displaying Kerala’s traditional attires, designed the day truly as Kerala Piravi day. Quiz  conducted on ‘Know Kerala’ was responded well by the students. Our Principal Mrs Sunanda Murali inaugurated the occasion.



                                                     ‘Run for Unity’
SDKY Gurukula Vidyalaya, Eroor, Ernakulam organized ‘Run for Unity’ on
October 31, 2022 to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai
Patel, the ‘Ironman of India’. Hundreds of students and several teaching and
non-teaching staff of the school actively participated in the event.
The Unity-Run started at 8 A.M. from SN Junction, proceeded through
Azad, Eroor and reached the school at 8:30 A.M. Subsequently, the participants
took the ‘Rashtriya Ekta Divas’ pledge followed by a speech on Sardar Patel’s
contribution in Uniting India.  The students actively participated in Digital Exhibition. 

Grandparents’ Day

 As a tribute to our grandparents, Grandparents’ Day was celebrated on  October 19, 2022 in the school auditorium. Students of standard 8 organized the program . There were dances and song by LKG kiddies that bloomed smile on the faces of the grandparents. Few games were actively participated by them. Overall the day was a grand success.

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