The newly elected Cabinet of J. H. Tarapore School for the session 2024-25 was sworn in on Thursday, the 4th of July, in a formal Investiture Ceremony. The esteemed guests for the event were Ms. Rubina Bodhanwala, Director J.H. Tarapore School and Ms. Tina Bodhanwala Sood, Director, Tarapore School, Agrico,  Principal Ms. Lata Sharat, and Vice-Principal Ms. Rukshana Gardin who also invested the newly elected Cabinet.

A total of 50 members were inducted into the cabinet and given their portfolios. The ceremony began with the swearing-in of the School Pupil Leader, Tasmia Fatma (Std. XII), and Assistant School Pupil Leader, Vaanya Pandey (Std. XI), followed by the four house leaders (Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, Topaz), the Sports Minister, Cultural Minister, Discipline Minister, Cleanliness Minister, Ethics Minister, and the Club Leaders along with their assistants.

The ceremony commenced with a grand march of the Cabinet Members along with the school band. This was followed by the lighting of the ceremonial lamp, symbolizing the pursuit of knowledge and enlightenment. Principal Ms. Lata Sharat addressed the gathering, emphasizing the importance of leadership, sense of responsibility, and the role of the cabinet in fostering a positive school environment.

This Investiture Ceremony is more than an event; it is a process that instills leadership qualities and a sense of collective responsibility in the students. The oath taken by the School Pupil Leader and Assistant School Pupil Leader highlights the values of truth, justice, peace, and harmony in the school. Our office bearers recognize that with great power comes great responsibility. The newly elected members will undoubtedly reflect the school’s ethos and set a positive example for their juniors. The school looks forward to a fruitful year ahead, with the cabinet playing a pivotal role in various initiatives and activities

We wish them all the very best!!!

Achievers’ Day 2023-2024

J. H. Tarapore School celebrated Achievers’ Day for the Batch 2023-2024 on Saturday, 22nd June, 2024. The ICSE and ISC Stream Toppers and the Subject Toppers were felicitated.

At the ICSE level, Tanisha Babber won the award for the highest scorer in the Commerce stream, Reet Agarwal for Eco-Science and Aastha Raturi for Pure Science stream.

At the ISC level, Khushi Kumari was the Arts stream topper, Akshita Singh – Commerce, 

Ananya Jha – Bio-Science and Ankita Gupta – Pure-Science topper.

The awards were presented by Mrs. Tina Bodhanwala Sood, Director of Tarapore Schools, Mrs. Nargis Madon, Ex Director of J.H.Tarapore School, Principal Mrs. Lata Sharat, and Vice Principal Mrs.Rukshana H. Gardin.

Cash prizes and mementos were awarded to the winners to laud their efforts.

Proud parents and teachers who were a part of the winners’ journey to their success were present to cheer the young achievers.

Inernational Yoga Day 2024

J.H. Tarapore School celebrated International Yoga Day with great enthusiasm on 21st June, 2024. This day is globally recognized for fostering physical and mental well-being through yoga.

At J.H. Tarapore School, students of all the classes participated in sessions designed to promote inner peace and confidence. The school followed the Common Yoga Protocol (CYP), a specified sequence of yoga asanas lasting 45 minutes, especially tailored for this day. The sessions included a series of asanas such as YogMudra, Ardh Kurmasana, Vakrasana, Tadasana, and Ardh Chandrasana, followed by “Guided Meditation: Breath of Joy” and “Om Chanting.”

This year’s celebration was themed “Yoga for Self & Society,” highlighting the school’s commitment to nurturing self health and thus contributing to the improvement of the health of the society on the whole.

May Day 2024

May Day celebrations were organized today (on May 1, 2024) in the premises of J.H. Tarapore School. The program began with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp. Various colorful performances were presented by the students of the school, including a comedy play “The Plea of the Baskets,” depicting the life of baskets.

The students also performed a vibrant dance.

In celebration of May Day, gifts were presented to all the didis and bhaiyas. The didis also presented a dance, and Nuri didi’s song added charm to the atmosphere.

The management of the program was supported by the ninth-grade students.

On this occasion, Vice Principal Mrs. Rukshana Gardin appreciated the efforts of all the didis and bhaiyas and extended her best wishes for May Day to them.



Blood is always needed to save lives and treat people. Blood donations are vital for patients undergoing surgeries, cancer treatment, organ transplant and those suffering from traumatic injuries. One donation can save up to three lives making each contribution   incredibly impactful.  J. H. Tarapore School organised the Blood Donation camp in the School premises on 26th April, 2024. The camp was conducted by the Jamshedpur Blood Bank for the benefit of Cancer patients. There was a decent participation from the parent community of the school.

The parents and relatives of the students participated in this camp with full enthusiasm.


J.H. Tarapore School celebrated and recognized its outstanding students on 20th April,2024, at the Annual Recognition Night. The event commenced with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp, setting the stage for a celebration of distinction and recognition.

The exceptional students were felicitated by the eminent stakeholders of the school, Mr. Satish Bhatia, Mr. Arun Arora & Mr. Kishan Murari Agarwal for their remarkable achievements across various categories, ranging from Academic Excellence to Good Conduct, Most Responsible, and Perseverance. These awards celebrated both academic excellence and the character and resilience of our students.

In addition to traditional categories,the Principal of the school, Mrs. Lata Sharat and the Vice Principal Mrs. Rukshana Gardin, bestowed special awards upon  deserving students in various club activities and olympiads.

Hiba Firdosh won  the ‘Middle School All- Rounder Award’. The ‘Vice Principal’s Award for All Rounder : High School’  was won by Reet Agarwal.

The ‘Award for Plus Two All Rounder’, initiated by Mrs. Nargis Madon, the Founder Principal & Former Director of the school, was given to K.Harshita.

Mr. Souvik Saha, Founder of ‘People for Change’, an NGO that works for children and youth, for personal and social development felicitated Dinky Mahato with the ‘People for Change Award’.

Arushi Jha won The Principal’s Award –‘A Person for Others’.

Furthermore, the presentation of token amount towards charity  to ‘People for Change Organisation’ and few other deserving stakeholders of the school, distinguished for their indispensable aid and assistance – emphasized the ethos of gratitude within our community.

A poignant moment of the evening was the introduction of the Humanities Award, instituted in memory of our beloved teacher Late Tr. Rinku Sehra.

Aaima Tazmeen received the ‘Teacher Rinku Sehra Award for Humanities’.

The school takes immense pride in fostering ardent achievers who embody not only academic excellence but also moral and spiritual values, shaping them into responsible citizens.


J.H.Tarapore School celebrated its Annual Recognition Day on April 19th, 2024, with great fervour and enthusiasm. The event, held at the School Hall aimed to honour and recognize the outstanding achievements and contributions of its students.

The highlight of the event was the presence of esteemed Chief Guest, Mrs. Meena Bugli, President of Akshar International School, whose inspiring words added to the significance of the occasion. The ceremony commenced with the traditional lighting of the lamp, symbolizing the enlightenment of knowledge and wisdom.

The stage was graced by the presence of the prize winners, who exuded charm and confidence as they sought the blessings of the Almighty and pledged to uphold the values of excellence throughout their lives.

Throughout the ceremony, the audience was captivated as students were awarded for their academic brilliance, exemplary conduct, and perseverance. Special recognition was also given to the class all-rounder, Divyanjali Kumari, whose outstanding performance across various fields stood out.

Moreover, students who excelled in extracurricular activities such as yoga, dance, and various Olympiads were lauded for their achievements, highlighting the school’s commitment to holistic development.

In a heartfelt gesture, individuals who participated in the blood donation camp held last year were also felicitated, underscoring the school’s emphasis on social responsibility and community service.

The Principal, Mrs. Lata Sharat expressed gratitude to all attendees, including parents, teachers, and students, for their unwavering support and encouragement throughout the academic year.

J.H.Tarapore School remains steadfast in its commitment to nurturing young minds and shaping future leaders, and events like Recognition Day serve as a testament to its dedication towards holistic education.

मतदान जागरूकता अभियान -2024

एच० तारापोर स्कूल में पिछले कई दिनों से चल रहे मतदान जागरूकता अभियान के तहत कई कार्यक्रमों का आयोजन किया गया ।
*प्रार्थना सभा में हाई स्कूल के बच्चों ने मतदान जागरूकता फैलाने की शपथ ली ।
*स्कूल के बरामदे में सेल्फ़ी कार्नर बनाया गया है ।
*आर्ट कल्ब की छात्राओं ने आकर्षक पोस्टर बनाकर कार्यक्रम को सफल बनाने में योगदान दिया ।
*पहली बार मतदान करने वाले बच्चों के बीच चुनाव को लेकर जागरूकता फैलायी गयी ।
*छात्राओं ने प्रभात फेरी निकाल कर आसपास के क्षेत्रों के लोगों को भी मतदान करने के लिए प्रेरित किया ।
*नुक्कड़ नाटक संदेश देने का एक सशक्त माध्यम है, 20 तारीख़ की संध्या, अभिभावकों के समक्ष इसी अभियान के अंतर्गत एक नुक्कड़ नाटक प्रस्तुत करने की तैयारी की गई है ।
स्कूल की प्रधानाचार्या एवं उप प्रधानाचार्या ने छात्राओं को उनके प्रयास के लिए प्रोत्साहित किया ।

Safety Week – 2024

Safety is paramount at J.H.T.S, and we strive to instill this value in our students across all departments. Being vigilant at all times is a prerequisite for safety in all areas, and it reflects in the objective of our School’s SAFE Club: ‘To spread safety awareness among students, parents, and stakeholders, ensuring a safe and secure life’. To put this into practice, the first major co-curricular activity every school year is the Safety Week celebration.
This year the following activities were conducted:

  • L. Kg. & H. Kg. – Safety Song.
  • Std. I, II & III – Activity: Safety while crossing the road and on the stairs.
  • Std. IV – Activity: Self-defence session (Safe & Unsafe touch).
  • Std. V – Activity: An Anti-Bullying play (Assembly presentation).

A Session on ‘Safe and Unsafe touch’ by the NGO Young Indians Foundation under the project ‘MASOOM’ for Std. I to V.

  • Std. VI & VII – Safety Quiz
  • Std VIII – Poster Making: Anti-Bullying
  • ⁠Std. IX – Poster Making: Anti-Tobacco
  • Std. X – Walk the Talk- Awareness walk (Bullying and Ragging).
  • Std. XI & XII – A session on awareness about Child Abuse by the school Counsellor – Tr. Gargi Chakraborty