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A Historic Review of School

 

School is important because it is a tool to help prepare us for life and such schools prepare us to be the future caretakers of this planet. They produce worthy citizens by give us knowledge to pass on to our children and future generation to become intellectual and wisemen. There might no chance of human growth, scientific inventories if schools are not being propounded.  

T.B. Jaya Vidyalayam was an essentialism when the academician of Kinniya thought to create such another respected platform to shape the society and to transmit the traditional moral values into intellectual knowledge. The school patronized by the political son of this home-land Hon. M.E.H. Maharoof who was the Deputy Minister of Ports and Shipping. The school was established during the time of Mr. K.M. Basheer from Mannar District who served as Divisional Education Officer.

 

Background: Formation of School

There was a significant deficiency befallen for classroom facilities at T/ Kin/Al-Aqsa College in 1991 since the number of students are been increased. The School Development Society made a resolution at a meeting to accommodate the students of Grade 1-3 temporarily in a building belongs to General Paddy Storage Board.

Hence, there was an obligation to obtain the permission of Indian Army in terms of executing the decision taken at the meeting as the Paddy Storage building was came under the custody of Indian Army. Therefore, former Kinniya Zonal Director Mr. K.M. Basheer, the ex-principal of Al-Aqsa Mr. A.R.M. Fareed and the secretary of Al-Aqsa School Development Society Mr. A.C.M. Mussil went to the Indian Army Camp where the Kinniya Police Station is located today to discuss about the building requirement to accommodate more students.

Apparently, the high commanding officer of Indian Army physically visited Al-Aqsa and granted permission to utilize the busing to education activities. So, the primary section was transferred to the General Paddy Storage Building under the administration of the sectional head of the School Mr. A.M.M. Azees.

Few days back, there was an awful news in the form of a letter from the Paddy marketing board to the principal of Al-Alqsa says that the school has to pay certain amount per square feet as the building utilizes by the students of the school.

The above concern was brought forward to the attention of the Hon. Minister. M.E.H Maharoof. Meantime, the people of the region insisted and conferred that the temporary arraignment has to be regularized as a distinct school. The appeal of the people was considered by the Minister of Shipping Hon. Late, M.E.H. Maharoof and his strives made possible for the temporarily functioned – primary section of Al-Aqsa school to be established by the name of T/T.B. Jaya Vidyalayam in 01.02.1994.

The contributions of Late Ithuroos Abdul Latheef (Former Principal of Al- Irfan Vidyalayam), M.A.C Mohaideen (Former Secretary of Education NEP), Late Nadarasamoorthi (Former Regional Director of Education, Trincomalee) and Late K.M.Basheer (Former Kinniya Divisional Education officer) for the formation of school are so momentous which cannot be forgotten.  

 

The Name of the School:

There was question on naming the school, and some of them proposed the name of M.E.H.Maharoof Vidyalayam hence the Minister Hon M.E.H. Maharoof wasn’t happy about it. Finally, it was decided to inaugurate the school by the name as T.B Jaya Vidyalayam to reminisce the greatest services of former M.P. T.B. Jaya who contributed nationally to the betterment Muslims in the nation.   

Commencement of School:

The school was started with 653 students and 19 teachers in an open building which belonged to the paddy storage board and Late M.S.M. Salam from Kinniya who served as the first principal of the school.  The school was functioning with the girl students of grade 1-5 and later this school upgraded to level II in 01.01.1995 which enabled to consist students up to grade 9. Further, permission granted to accommodate Grade 10 in 01.01.2004 as a result of the efforts for Late principal Mohamed Ismail Mohamed Musthafa and its mentionable that the girl students of this school was sitting for GCE Ordinary Level examination for the time during tenure of Late Principal Mohamed Ismail Mohamed Musthafa.

 

Grading:

The TB Jaya Vidyalayam was started as a primary school, which is now upgraded to 1C school by support of Hon. Parliament Members and effort of mine. The name of the school changed as T.B. Jaya Girl’s Maha Vidyalayam and do functioning with grade 13. There are 485 girls studying and 33 teachers serving for the school.  

 

Present Location of the School:

The school is located in Annal Street (which is closer by the Kinniya Base Hospital) of Mancholaichenai (225D) Grama Niladhari’s Division of Kinniya Divisional Secretariat. This school comes under Kinniya Educational Zone and Kinniya Urban Council. 

 

Development benchmarks of the School:

The growth and development of the school can be seen into two stages which are before and afterward my arrival to the school in 2011. The principal served before my tenure were devotedly did many efforts for the development of the school hence, they are comparatively not as much of in educational achievements, human and physical resources due to prevailed challengeable situation on those days.

It’s the matter of fact that the school failed to make its own identity or a solid image among the community in those days. Many students attracted to join the school considering only the nearest distance. But myself charged as the principal of the school, it has become popular and attentive within shorter period because of its educational attainments in General exams, core curriculum activities etc.

Exam Results:

The primary section of the school sounds with average performances. There will be 40 students sitting for Grade 5 scholarship examinations in each year and the average students passed by obtained over 70 marks is 61%. Further this has increased to 85% in 2015. It is observable that the number students got through examination are gradually raised.  06 students scored above z score and passed in 2004. There are 16 students got passed in the scholarship examination in the history of the school.

The junior section of this school was quiet back warded before 2012, and the average students pass GCE O/L examinations are 04% in 2011. The highest average of passes of the school is 92% in 2013. This has witnessing a rapid growth, and development trends in the school’s activities. Meantime, it was a substantial accomplishment to be ranked as 3rd place among 23 schools. The highest result scored in the GCE O/L examination was 9A which was the historical record made by the Mas. Abdul Majeed Dilras Banu in 2015.  The results of the school have shown in the table below.

 

Year

# of Sad

# of Pass

Pass %

2005

48

02

6.81

2006

69

19

27.54

2007

65

38

58.46

2008

76

12

15.80

2009

73

21

28.80

2010

32

9

28.10

2011

43

2

4.70

2012

29

14

48.30

2013

25

23

92.00

2014

34

22

64.71

2015

45

25

56.80

2016

23

09

39.13

2017

41

22

53.66





Subject

2017

%

2016

%

2015

%

2014

%

2013

%

2012

%

2011

%

2010

%

2009

%

2008

%

2007

%

2006

%

2005

%

Islam

100.00

95.65

100.00

100.00

100.00

93.10

75.00

74.60

87.91

94.33

72.30

66.66

85.10

Tamil

95.12

91.30

93.33

91.18

100.00

65.51

43.75

56.45

64.70

75.47

70.76

69.56

74.46

English

43.90

56.52

44.44

67.65

76.00

41.37

6.25

15.87

19.58

11.32

3.07

6.15

6.38

Science

87.80

73.91

95.56

79.41

100.00

86.20

12.50

28.33

38.29

22.64

16.92

26.08

14.89

Maths

53.66

39.13

57.78

73.53

100.00

65.51

4.16

28.57

70.83

29.26

58.46

27.53

6.81

Tamil Literature

100.00

100.00

83.87

69.70

100.00

41.37

31.91

54.83

54.54

64.15

Geography

100.00

91.30

100.00

96.88

100.00

65.51

64.58

66.66

73.23

55.26

72.30

62.31

31.91

Health Science

95.83

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

100.00

66.66

59.45

100.00

100.00

67.69

100.00

76.59

Home Economics  

71.43

85.71

57.14

95.24

100.00

50.00

29.16

50.00

73.23

55.26

72.30

62.31

31.91

History

75.61

91.30

97.78

100.00

96.00

65.51

20.83

40.98

34.48

Arabic

100.00

100.00

100.00

ICT

100.00

100.00



Core- Curricular Activities:

 

T.B Jaya Vidyalaya did not show up much interests in core-curricular activities earlier and there wasn’t any documentation in relation to that. It was obvious that every year our school competed by other leading schools in Divisional level, Zonal level, District level, Provincial level and National level core curricular activities every year.

 

But presently, the situation has changed upwards down where the students of T.B Jaya Muslim Girls Maha Vidyala is competing equally to the leading schools in core- curricular activities and competition which is really an accomplishment of the school.

 

 



Achievements of T.B Jaya Vidyalaya in Core -Curriculum.

Ser. No

Name

Event

Grade/ Level

Year

Rank

01

M.Y. Fathima Yasmina 

Essay (Sinhala)

Province

2013

01

02

Group (Primary Section)

Islamic Cultural Competition 

Province 

2013

01

03

Group (Junior Section)

Islamic Cultural Competition 

Province 

2013

01

04

M. Ahila Haanam

Essay

Province

2013

02

05

M.Y. Fathima Yasmina 

Social Science Competition

Province

2013

02

06

M.Y. Fathima Yasmina 

Essay (CHOGM)

National

2013

02

07

M.R. Ahila 

Music and Dance 

Province

2015

02

08

M.A. Sihrath Haanam

Social Science Competition

Province

2015

03

09

Group (Junior Section)

Mathematical Olympiad   

Province

2015

03

10

Fathima Abhir

Speech (Tamil)

Province

2016

01

11

M.A. Sihrath Haanam

Qirath Recitation

National

2016

01

12

M.A. Sihrath Haanam

Qirath Recitation

Province 

2016

02

13

Fathima Abhir

Speech (Tamil)

National

2016

02

14

M. Rukshana Banu 

Social Science Competition

Province

2016

01

15

A.S. Fathima Adhila

Speech (Sinhala)

National

2016

03

16

M. Rukshana Banu

Social Science Competition

Province 

2016

03

17

Group (Junior Section)

Mathematical Olympiad   

National

2016

03

18

Group (Senior Section)) 

Mathematical Olympiad   

Province

2016

03

19

N. Fathima Rijaj

Essay (Sinhala)

Province

2017

01

20

Group (Junior Section)

Hasidha – Group 

Province

2018

02

21

M.N. Afrin Aara

Essay (Sinhala)

Province

2018

02





There are various groups functioning unitedly and efficiently at T.B Jaya Muslim Girl’s Maha Vidyalaya with guidance of committed teachers and they are Environmental Committee, Health Committee, Association for Mathematics, Association for Science, School attendance Committee, Cadet groups. Not only the students but also the teachers served at the school have got through many accomplishments in extracurricular activities apart from the skillful teaching initiatives. Many teachers have awarded with the Pratheeba Praba President rewards and also the school won the third place with prize of Ten Thousand rupees in the Agricultural competition in 2018.

   

Social Contacts of the School

 

There is a rapid interaction and relationship in between the school and community. The school have organized several awareness sessions on social education, environmental issues, communicable diseases, disciplines etc. The community is also doing support and work for the development of the school. It is appreciated the way that the parents maintain a close relationship with the school.

 

Development of Library: 

 

Reading is fundamental to functioning in today’s society. There are many adults who cannot read and they won’t think about either their future or the society. Reading makes a man perfect. Reading is essential for a child’s success. All too often, the barriers faced by children with difficulty reading outweigh their desire to read. In order to enhance the reading abilities of the children, UNICEF supported this school among other seven with the funding assistance of LKR 550,000 for the refurbishment of school building and purchase necessary books to establish a library.




Physical Development of the School:

One of the main lasting hurdles of the school was shortage of class rooms. Also, the bad smells come out from the nearest base hospital were the biggest challenge that the school faced and parents scared about the communicable disease to their kids. Apparently, people collaboratively discussed to move the school for another location as the most appropriate resolution.  

 

The private land with the extent of 1 acre and 21 perch located in East away from 200 M from school was identified as the most appropriate premise to shift the school. It was made possible by the effort of Hon. M.S. Thowfeek, member of Parliament to procure that identified land for the cost of 5.8 M under the reconstruction project since the school was affected by the Tsunami devastations. The contribution of H.M.M. Fais former xxx of the Eastern Provincial Council to build the first three story building in the newly purchased land was highly treasured.

 

The constant aids and the contributions to the development of the school by our three giant pillars produced as the people’s political representative from the home land of Kinniya are definitely a consecration.  Moreover, the school will be reminding Mr. M.T.A. Nisam, the Provincial Director of Education for being supporting the school for the attainment of more physical development.





It’s remarkable that the Hon. M.S. Thowfeek, Member of Parliament worked actively and meaningfully with the School Development Society and me in the transformational process of the school to the new location. We would also please to be denoted with gratefulness that the Hon. M.S. Thowfeek allocated LKR 1.7 M from his funds to do the earth filling to the school ground, to the construction of school entrance and surround wall fencing. Likewise, LKR 1.1 M by Hon. Abdulla Mahroof (MP) and LKR 1.4 M by Hon. Imran Mahroof (MP) were also allocated to do the development activities of the school such as construction internal road, construction of wall-fencing, procurement of furniture and renovation of ground.

 

School Road

 

The internal road from the Annal Street beside Theppankerny to the school was constructed though the Divisional secretariat of Kinniya based on the request made by me to the Hon. M.S. Thowfeek, Member of Parliament. The contributions of former Assistant Director for Planning Mr. A.C.M. Mussil and Mr. M.M. Basheer, the secretary of Urban Council is important in regard to the construction of this road.



Needs of the School

The school yet remains with significant necessities to enhance its growth. They are classroom buildings, assembly hall, science laboratory, library, practical room, aesthetic unit, multipurpose unit, computer lab, Home science laboratory, social study room, teacher’s leisure room, quarters for principal and teachers, sports room, informal education unit and scouts’ room.

 

The school does concentrate on education and lesson plan to achieve the best results out of it meantime, there are requirements to improve on core curriculum activities such as sports, aesthetical events, Mathematic Olympiad. I am keenly anticipating that the social activists and supporters should collaborate with us to close the gap.




 





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