Independence Day celebration inorder to pay homage to the leaders and those who fought for India's freedom in the past.
We all know that Freedom is not free. It took years of efforts, non-violence and other movement by our national freedom fighter to attain Freedom.
So, inorder to pay homage to the great leaders who suffered a lot to win our freedom, the Centre for New Learning, Bengtol like any other Schools and other Institutions celebrated the 70th Independence Day by hoisting the Tri-color National Flag of India in its campus and sung the National Anthem in chorus.
Teachers' Day Celebration as a mark of tribute to the contribution made by teachers to the society.
Teachers' Day is celebrated in CNL every year. On this day, teachers are given a break for their routine job of teaching. The school hall is tastefully decorated with colourful ribbons and bunting. The main function is held there.
All the teachers are invited by the students through artistic invitation cards as, honored guests and the most important person. A cultural programme especially prepared for the teachers is held. In this programme, skits, songs, dances, mimicry and parodies are presented by the students. The teachers are parodied in a light vein without giving any of them an occasion for being displeased.
Felicitation Programme to congratulate the X Standard Students for their good performance in the Examination.
On 9th June, 2016 Felicitation Program was conducted for the Students of X Standard who had passed their HSLC Board Exam with Flying Colors.
On this day, the Chief Guest was Hon'ble Mr. Kampa Borgoyary, Deputy Chief of Bodoland Territorial Council (BTC).
We are happy to announce that there were 1 Distinction Holder and 5 Star Holder from our School. The details of those Students is available on our page content Student Outcome. We wish all the Passed Out Students a hearty Congratulations and every success and happiness in their upcoming Career.
We also thank all the current Students pursuing their studies in the school who worked hard to the Felicitation Program 2016 a great success with their beautiful performances.
World Environment Day for encouraging awareness and action for the protection of our environment.
During the World Environment Day, 5th June 2016, the Students of CNL took the initiative to spread the awareness of protecting the Unique and Life Nurturing Nature by holding a procession through the Bengtol Town.
The theme of World Environment Day celebration was "Fight against the illegal trade in Wildlife for Life" (zero tolerance for the illegal trade in wildlife) focusing on save the life of wild animals like elephants, rhinos, gorillas, whales, sea turtles, orangutans, pangolins, rosewoods, helmeted hornbills, tigers including other species. This year's slogan was "Go Wild for Life" to raise the voice against wildlife crime and damages caused by it and take actions to prevent it.
The objectives of the procession taken by the Students' is for the following reasons :
To make aware the common public about the environmental issues.
Encourage common people from different society and communities to actively become an active agent in developing environmental safety measures.
Let them know that community people are very essential to inhibit negative changes towards the environmental issues.
Encourage people to make their nearby surroundings safe and clean to enjoy safer, cleaner and more prosperous future.
Teachers' Training Programme inorder to equip teachers with the knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, and skills they require to perform their tasks effectively in the classroom, school, and wider community.
The Good Earth Education Trust(GEET) organizes teachers’ training for the school teachers of CNL in the regular interval.
The capacity building of the teachers is one of the core activity of the Good Earth Education Trust. Four teachers were send to Loreto Day School at Sealdah, Kolkata, namely Mrs. Ersilia Basumatary, Ms. Kamla Lama, Mrs. Nilamati Kerketta and Mrs. Teresa Narzary. The training programme was from 27th January to 7th February 2012. In the training the teachers were taught to make Nature the best source of learning and make learning more practical for the children i.e. learning by doing. The non-conventional method of teaching has made the learning process more participatory by the students and it is more effective. There was ample opportunity for the teachers to interact with the other teachers trainees from different places and also to interact with the students of Loreto Day School. The emphasis is given at the formation level to create a sound and strong formation of the students with the value based education.
The Good Earth Education Trust(GEET) has mobilized for the sponsorship of the deprived children for their education.
The Good Earth Education Trust(GEET) has mobilized for the sponsorship of the deprived children for their education. These children are orphans, victims of ethnic riot, fratricidal killings, displaced due to flood and erosion. Some of the generous donors have supported the genuine cause for these deprived children. Until now there are six children supported. We are looking for the more generous donors to cater to more number of deprived children who are not fortunate enough to go to school.