E Zine of KV Pattom published by the Library

Ev’ry heart beats true, ‘neath the red, white and blue…

In Experience on April 8, 2018 at 4:53 pm


…With folded fists on either side, she stood in perfect attention listening to every single word that was uttered in-front of her by the students with due respect.

Wondering about what I’m upto this time? Read ahead and see for yourself.

The ‘Get, Set, Ready, Go!’ participants present at the Scouts & Guides Rashtrapathy Testing Camp 2018, got to witness a very different incident which gave more warmth to the blood of patriotism that was flowing through our veins. I believe that this feeling didn’t occur just in me, but in all 222 minds that was present at the camp.

At first we were a bit doubtful if she would stand still in the perfect way, till all of us completed the test. But yeah indeed she stood and that’s what exactly grabbed our attention.

While we lined up for our chance to be called upon to be tested how proficiently we sang our National Anthem, most of us noticed the perfect way in which our LOC ma’am, Mrs. Shivangi Saxena, Regional Organising Commissioner of Guides, stood listening to the same. Till now none of us have witnessed such an instance though we had ourselves tested for the same in the preceding levels.


Regional Athletic Meet, 2018

In Events on April 5, 2018 at 4:25 pm


The Regional Athletic Meet, organized by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan(KVS) Ernakulam Region was inaugurated by Smt Deepti Nair, Assistant Commissioner, KVS, RO Ernakulam at LNCPE, Kariavattom, Thiruvananthapuram on 5 April 2018.

More than 200 athletes and 50 officials from 28 Kendriya Vidyalayas of KVS Ernakulam Region have been participating in 70 events being held during 5 & 6 April. The meet is hosted by KV Pattom.

Shri S. Ajayakumar, Principal, KV Pattom presided over the inaugural ceremony. Shri Ghosh S, Principal, KV Pallipuram was present at the function. The inaugural session was followed by a presentation of cultural programmes by the students of KV Pattom.

Carpe Diem

In Poetry on March 28, 2018 at 4:44 pm


She was dying…

To get out of milk stains

And that wee face.

Dying to grow to her teens.

To wear, maybe shirt and jeans.


Dying to have more friends.

And tour with no ends.

Dying to be a teen,

And thought time was mean.


In her teens she was dying.

Dying to grow older

For the crackling fire had stayed constant

In the absence of glow and friends.


Books and papers surrounded her.

Time flew and duties piled up.

And again, she was dying.

For job, to be called “grown-up’’.


With a job, she was dying

For a family, so loving

For tired she was with life

That she died for some care.