A meeting of school management committee was held at conference hall on October 10, 2015.
Principal Mrs Supriya Tambe convened the meeting and initiated discussions on various subjects. The meeting was presided by Shri
Dattatray Ghogare, President,School Management Committee of PKVM.
The meeting ended with felicitation of newly elected Sarpanch
of Loni Kd Mrs. Manisha Aher.
Students of Higher Secondary Vocational Department had a outing at Bhimashankar, Lenyadri and
Ojhar on Thursday 8th October. They had Darshan of Lord
Shiva at Bhimashankar, one of the twelve Jyotirlingas.
They also visited Lenyadri and Ojhar and had Darshan of Lord Ganesha, two of the Ashtavinayaks.
On way back, they enjoyed lovely atmosphere in the Ghat sections of Sahyadri. connects the rest of maharashtra to Konkan.
They were accompanied by the teachers Somnath Bhusal, Girish Sonar, Parveen Shaikh, Mrs. Waykar and Mrs. More.
69th Independance Day of India was celebrated in PKVM in a very patriotic spirit on Saturday.
On August 15, 1947 India got freedom from the British rule after long years of slavery. The school staff and students paid tribute
remembering all freedom fighters who contributed and fought for Independence of India.
Mrs. Manjulata Varma, Principal, Pravara Girls English Medium School along with Mrs. Supriya Tambe, Principal Pravara Kanya Vidya Mandir and Dr.Mrs. Nalini Ghatage, Principal,Pravara Women's College of Home Science and BCA unfurled the tiranga. NCC and Girl Guide Cadets performed the Independance Day Parade along with the sports troops.
The program ended with the patriotic songs sung by PKVM students. The staff and students of all the three institutions were present at the ceremony.
Know Your Blood Group, a blood group check-up program was launched in PKVM from July 24, 2015
to check blood groups of all the students of school. The senior students of Medical Lab Technician course of higher secondary
vocational stream carried out the program successfully.
The campaign was inaugurated by Principal Mrs. Supriya Tambe.
Around 2300 students participated in the program which lasted for three weeks under the guidance of Mrs. Parvin Shaikh.