DPGA Celebrated the International Yoga Day on 21st June, 2019, the longest day of the year, with students, teachers, parents and the local community. The school students again chose the Gorai streets this year to perform yogasanas, setting an example for the localities for a healthy lifestyle. Parents who participated in large numbers expressed their appreciation and gratitude to the school management.
History is the study of past. Studying History is important because it allows us to see societal patterns. … As the saying goes “those who are unfamiliar with their History, are bound to repeat it”. Studying History allows us to build on our accomplishments and learn from our mistakes.
International Mother Language Day (IMLD) is celebrated every year on the 21st February with the overall objective to promote linguistic diversity and multilingualism. We live in multilingual and multicultural societies with multilingual citizens. We exist through our languages; it is through language that we express ourselves, we communicate, we participate in social and public life, and we transmit traditional knowledge, knowledge and cultures in a sustainable way.
70th Republic Day celebrated on 26th January, 2019 with fun and excitement. DPGA offered its gratitude to the almighty as the event began. The patriotic fervor marked another level with teachers singing performance. The speech evoked the patriotic spirit in each and every one of us. The enthusiastic parents performed with zeal. The event ended with a spirit of joy, peace & oneness in the hearts of students, parents and teachers.
World Soil day is celebrated on the 5th December every year. Soil is one of the most important components on Earth. World Soil Day is celebrated to highlight the importance of healthy soil for sustenance and augmented survival.
World Television Day was celebrated on 26th November 2018, Monday. Children were informed about the significance and its invention. The funfilled interactive session helped the students in gaining knowledge about the future technology too.
Students being informed about the significance of thanks giving day.
DPGA celebrated the Children’s Day with great enthusiasm and fervor.
The theme for the day was star wars and comic characters. Popular animated characters such as Cinderella, Snow white, Mickey Mouse, and Donald Duck came alive as the children came enthusiastically dressed to school.
‘The festival of lights’ came alive at Dr.Pillai Global Academy Gorai, on 1st of November when the whole school wore a festive look. Our school celebrated Diwali in its unique way, where the whole school was decorated with a pirate theme.
The French and Spanish day was held at Dr. Pillai Global Academy, Borivali on 1st March, 2018.
Students from Grade 3 to 9 dressed up in the colors of the Spanish and French flags.
The Introduction of both the European countries was followed by a cultural programme.
World Mother Language Day was celebrated at Dr. Pillai Global Academy on 21st February, 2018 with great enthusiasm. Students from Pre-primary till Grade 8 participated in it. Students recite a poem in their own Mother language. The keynote speaker and Judge Mrs. Manisha Upadhyay guided students with her inspiring words and motivated them to carry on speaking in their mother tongue and be proud of it.
The World Science Day for Peace and Development (WSDPD) is annually held on 10th November, 2017 to raise awareness about the benefits of science worldwide.
Dr. Pillai Global Academy celebrated the Science Day on 10th November, 2017 by organizing different science activities related to biographies of different scientists.
Dr. Pillai Global Academy joined the other Institutions under the banner of the Mahatma Education Society (MES) at Pillai College of Engineering, Campus – Panvel on 21st January, 2017 for the annual Community Service Day.
4th October is recognized as World Animal Day since 1931 to raise the status of animals in order to improve welfare standards around the Globe. The IBDP students of Dr. Pillai Global Academy proactively participated to generate awareness about extinct and critically endangered animals.