1. Management of emerald sapphire
The school is owned and managed by the Major Archdiocese of Trivandrum. One of the primary apostolates of the archdiocese concerns its service in the field of education.
For the last 75 years it has been providing education to thousands of students across the nation. Patron Manager: Baselios Cardinal Cleemis, Major Archbishop of Trivandrum is the patron of the School. Former local managersLate Rev.
Fr. George Mootheril (1973-1995) Msgr. Varkey Attupurathu (1995-2007) Rt Rev.
Dr. Thomas Mar Eusebious (2007-2010) Fr. Jacob Kalianthanath (2010-2012) Fr.
Thomas Koipurath (2010-2012) Fr. Sheen Palakuzhi (2012-2014) Fr. Koshy Chirakkarottu (2014-2016) Fr.
Antony Raj (2016-2018)Former principalsPaul Varghese (1973-1978) Fr. Philip C. Pantholil (1979-1980) Jacob Cherian (1980-1982) T.
M. George (1982-1990) A.C.
Philip (1990-1994) Dr. George Francis Parappally (1994-1996) Prof. James Stewart (1996-2001) Dr.
Antony Eapen (2001-2011) Fr. George Mathew Karoor (2011-2020)Dr. James T.
Joseph was appointed Principal of the school in May 2020 and Fr. Koshy Chirakkarottu is Bursar (Cum Local Manager) of Sarvodaya Vidyalaya and Sarvodaya Central Vidyalaya Schools at Mar Ivanios Vidya Nagar, Nalanchira, Trivandrum.
Notable alumni of emerald sapphire
Sajan Skaria - Character Supervisor at Pixar Animation Studios and part of the team that won the academy award for the animated movie Inside OutVinu Jose - FIFA World Cup Football player, representing Indian National Team.Roshan Jacob IAS - ex-District Magistrate District-Gonda,UPSakhi Elsa - Kerala State Award winner for Best Costume Designing.Arthana Binu - Actress in Malayalam and Tamil Film IndustryNazriya Nazim - Actress.
3. Accreditation of emerald sapphire
Sarvodaya Vidyalaya has been accredited with ISO 9001:2015. Our school has been assessed and found to be in accordance with the requirements of standard given below ("Providing Academic Education from Nursery to XII Standard as per ICSE and Kerala State Board")
Funding of emerald sapphire
Funding to establish the Museum was provided by all three levels of government, corporate sponsorship and philanthropic donations and the continuing operation of the museum is funded by the Bathurst Regional Council
5. New South Wales of emerald sapphire
As of 21Â FebruaryÂ 2019update the Geographical Names Register (GNR) of NSW, which is maintained by the Geographical Names Board of New South Wales, lists 265 places that are assigned or recorded as towns in New South Wales.
Sarvodaya Vidyalaya, Trivandrum of emerald sapphire
Sarvodaya Vidyalaya is a school of the Major Archiepiscopal Eparchy of the Syro-Malankara Catholic Church. Situated on the Bethany Hills at Nalanchira, Sarvodaya was founded on 3 January 1973 by Benedict Mar Gregorios, the Metropolitan Archbishop of Trivandrum. The school is one of the few schools in the district which provides ISC and ICSE sylabbi, the most advanced course in the country.
The school has a population of 4,500 students and over 120 teachers. The motto of the school is "Let there be light".
Exhibits of emerald sapphire
Tyrannosaurus rexThe main attraction for tourists and enthusiasts is the 10 metre long and 4 metre high Tyrannosaurus rex (T.Rex) skeleton. In addition, the Museum houses Australia's largest collection of fossils in amber, fossil dinosaur eggs, and a large collection of opalised fossils.
The Somerville CollectionThe Somerville Collection is approximately one third fossil and two thirds mineral specimens and is features some of the finest and rarest examples of minerals from around the world and scientifically significant fossils from Australia. Highlights from the mineral collection include minerals from over 100 Australian mine sites, 2000 million year old garnets, as well as diamonds, sapphires, rubies, and emeralds. Three dinosaur skeletons are displayed as well as a sabre-tooth cat skull, dinosaur egg fossils and some of the oldest fossils of early forms of life.
Also in the collection is an extremely rare fossilised Gecko trapped in amber between 30-24 million years ago. in the Oligocene epoch on the geological time scale. The Museum houses the lifetime collection of Warren Somerville AM.
The holder of five degrees, a part-time university lecturer for more than 20 years, a full-time teacher in the NSW TAFE for more than 25 years, and an orchardist in Orange, he has spent a lifetime building one of the world's leading private collections of minerals and fossils. Somerville has been collecting specimens from around the world for 60 years. In 2000, Warren Somerville donated this priceless legacy to the people of Australia.
8. Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum of emerald sapphire
The Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum - Home of the Somerville Collection is located in the city of Bathurst in regional New South Wales Australia and was opened in July 2004. The collection is housed in a group of heritage buildings, the old 1874 public school buildings, in the centre of the city.
Nearly 2000 specimens are on display from the internationally renowned Somerville Collection. .
Facilities of emerald sapphire
LibraryThe school has a library with more than 20,000 books and more than 15 standard periodicals, and a reference section. Members of staff and students are expected to use the school library regularly. Internet, FAX and photocopying facilities are provided in the library.
The library consists of multiple language books like Malayalam, English etc. LaboratoryThere are five laboratories in the school for Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer and Mathematics. TransportationTwenty three School buses run to different parts of the city.
10. Courses of emerald sapphire
ICSE/ISC courseThe ICSE course, the most advanced one now available in India, is modelled and organised on the lines of the Senior Cambridge Course of England. The syllabi are prepared, books prescribed and examinations conducted accordingly to achieve academic excellence.
There are about 100 recognised ICSE/ISC schools in the whole country. The school prepares students for the 10 year ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) examination which is recognised for admission to the Plus Two (ISC) course in the Indian Universities. The school also offers Plus Two (ISC-Indian School Certificate) course which is equivalent to the Pre-degree course and Higher Secondary Course giving eligibility for admission to Professional Courses.
English, Malayalam/Hindi, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry and Computer Science are the subjects offered by this School. The ISC course is the only course in India to receive accreditation in foreign countries. The medium of instruction is English.
Malayalam and Hindi are compulsory languages for standard II to VII. Malayalam and English are the languages taught in standard I. From Standard VIII to X Hindi or Malayalam is to be chosen along with English.
SSLC courseThe school offers SSLC Course with Kerala State syllabus in English medium from standard VIII. Students joining SSLC course from any other course can choose Special English instead of Malayalam. The school also offers Higher Secondary Course (Plus two course)
Maria Ehrich of emerald sapphire
Maria Ehrich (born 26 February 1993) is a German actress. She appeared in more than twenty films since 2003 including her role as Gwendolyn "Gwen" Shepard in the Ruby Red film series based on the book
12. Organisation of emerald sapphire
Headteacher: Gary Phillips, Deputy Headteacher (Inclusion): Su Wardrop and Deputy Headteacher (Achievement): Karen Chamberlain.
The school has a house system. Each student and teacher is put in one of 4 houses. These are Sapphire Sharks, Ruby Bears, Emerald Crocs and Amber Lions.
13. Shire of Emerald of emerald sapphire
The Shire of Emerald is a former local government area in the Central Highlands region of Queensland, Australia. On 15 March 2008 the shires of Duaringa, Emerald, Bauhinia and Peak Downs were amalgamated to form the Central Highlands Region.
Its administrative centre is based around Emerald.