‘Fare –Thee well in life, May you prove your grit and might, May all your dreams come true in this process,’ these were the heartfelt feelings expressed by the students of class 11 who organized a grand party to bid farewell to their seniors of class 12. The students of class 11 lined up to extend a warm welcome to their special guests with flowers and tilak. The boys looked very handsome in their smartly tailored suits while the girls stole the show looking gorgeous in lovely saris and gowns. Once everyone was seated after having exchanged the greetings, it was time for the titles which were given highlighting the uniqueness of each individual. The appropriateness of each title invited loud cheer from the gathering. The cultural programme comprising of melodious songs, pulsating music and emotional speeches were interspersed with delightful modern and traditional dances.

After   this, Dr. (Mrs.) Bimla Arora, member management, DPS Pinjore, advised the outgoing class students to work with passion, patience, planning and follow their heart in all their endeavours. Speaking on the occasion, Ms. Amita Dhaka the School Principal said that Partings -although inevitable -are not very easy. The tiny-tots grow up to take long flights to the unknown horizons, and we do not realize how time flies.  She wished all the students a brilliant success and bright future. She decorated Shaswot Upreti and Janvi Kaushik as Mr Shemford and Ms Shemford respectively. The Most popular girl and the Most Popular Boy titles were bagged by Amrita Panigrahi and Rohit Deb respectively. Class Twelfth thanked their juniors and expressed their gratitude for the school by presenting a lovely card along with the flowers to the Principal. It was now time for everyone to be on the dance floor with the DJ playing their favourite, latest songs. After this a sumptuous lunch was enjoyed by all.

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Continuing with the Kelo Shemstar initiative, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore organized Inter School Basketball and Cricket tournaments for girls and boys in the School Sports Complex.  This was a three day tournament from January 28th to 30th. Many teams from the tricity participated with zeal and enthusiasm to exhibit their mettle. It was indeed a treat to behold the young children represent their individual schools with true team spirit.

In the basketball match for boys, students of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore took the lead against Vivek International School, Baddi, while in the girls’ match students of VIPS were the winners. The best player among the girls was Preeti and Palaksha Santoshi was declared as the upcoming player. Among the boys, Ramanjit Singh was the best scorer and Prince Puri the upcoming player in the game.

In the Cricket tournament, the final match was played between the students of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore and the students of Baddi Cricket Academy. Batting second, BCA won by four wickets in 18.5 overs. Sunny of BCA was declared Man of the Match, while Krish Sharma was the Best batsman of the tournament. Best bowler was Harshit Sareen and Ayush Verma the Best Wicketkeeper of the match. Manish Joshi of BCA was declared Man of the Series scoring 85 runs and taking 6 wickets.

There is no such thing as sportsmanship. Winning and losing is a part of any game. The motive of any tournament should be to shape sportsmen for the nation.




At Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore, it is firmly believed that kids prosper best with a broad curriculum that celebrates their various talents, and then nurtures and grooms them to bring out the best in an individual. At school immense opportunity is given to the children to participate in various Sports and co-curricular activities throughout the session. Various inter house competitions are also conducted every Saturday for which the students are assessed.  The teachers and students of all the four houses, i.e. Shempride, Shemcourage, Shemvalour and Shemglory, put in a lot of effort in each and every competition so that they come out with flying colours. It is a fair play with a purpose to instil team spirit and sportsmanship among the children

The culmination of the activities/session is done by giving away the Principal’s trophy, the most coveted and prestigious award to the best house of the academic session. This year, it was Shempride that took away the trophy with a clean sweep. The school hall echoed with roars of joy when the winning team received the award from Principal, Ms. Amita Dhaka.

Amita ma’am in her address to the gathering congratulated all the students who had participated all the year round in various activities. She said that ‘the best part of competition is that through it we discover what we are capable of and how much more we can actually do than we ever knew’. She also encouraged the students to stay focused, go after their dreams and achieve their desired goals.



Scintillating Shemstar Angeica Piplani of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore was honoured by the State Governor Shri Satyadev Narayan Arya and DC Shri Mukul Kumar on Republic Day at Parade Ground, Panchkula. It was a moment of great pride and honour to see the young Shemstar receive the appreciation from the district administration.

Angelica Piplani was one of the finalist at India’s Best Dramebaaz, 2018 and won a cash prize of One Lakh rupees. The incandescent artiste dazzled the stage of this popular TV with great expertise. The versatility of this budding artist always mesmerized the audience. Angelica has always proved herself in all the fields, both scholastic and co- curricular. Her knack for acting was recognized in her early years when she was given a platform in school programs. It was from school that she alighted her flight to success. This young and aspiring Shemstar has also enacted in short films and documentaries.

Right from her auditions to the last act of the show, ‘Maths ki Mahagyani’ Angelica Piplani, was applauded by the judges to be a fine actor in both grave and comic roles. Throughout the season, she was acknowledged for her talents-acting and mathematics-by all the celebrities, who also tested her math magic skills personally.

The School Management, Principal, staff and all the Shemstars congratulated her. It is well said that it is only when children put their heart, mind and soul in their smallest actions that they become successful.

SHEMSTARS Celebrate National Girl Child Day

A special assembly was conducted at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore, to celebrate the National Girl Child Day. Speeches were delivered and poems were recited to instill the desire to spread the message to save the girl child.  The children of the primary wing presented a role play showing the women of India who have been achievers in life. A skit was also presented by the students of the middle school which beautifully depicted the capabilities of a woman and how important it is to save her. The message “Beti Bachao, Beti Padao’ an initiative of Hon’ble Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi was also a highlight of the assembly.


Republic Day 2019

Republic Day 2019

The 70th Republic Day was celebrated with pride and a patriotic fervour at Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. Ms. Amita Dhaka, the school Principal unfurled the tricolour.  In her address to the gathering, she expilicited the meaning of Republic and sensitised all present about their responsibility towards the nation. Thereafter, the Shemstars were all prepared to express their love and respect for India and the martyrs who brought home freedom through various cultural programmes . Patriotic songs and dances were presented by the students from different wings. The tiny tots from the Pre-primary wing came dressed in different costumes from different states of India. It was indeed mesmerising to see a child of UKG playing Vande Mataram on the harmonium. They depicted their fervour in their own little way. A ray of hope and strength was felt as the students of classes 1 & 2 exhibited the national symbols and spoke out slogans with zeal and enthusiasm. Speeches and poems recited by the students of the senior classes confirmed that the children of today are all set to be the leaders of the nation tomorrow. The valley echoed with the patriotic songs presented by the senior students with whom sang the entire audience. The programme concluded with the presentation of the national anthem in the form of dance after which ‘Jai Hind’ resounded for long in the arena. Sweets were distributed to all gathered for the function.

After the cultural programme, the students were given time to play games of their choice. They also enjoyed in the newly developed Adventure Court in the school campus.  The school has started ‘Khelo Shemstars’ an initiative on the lines of ‘Khelo India’ concept of Hon’ble Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. Shemford looks forward to giving players at the national level in the near future.

Funtrip for Shemstars

SHEMFORD futuristic school, pinjore organized class picnic for the tiny tots, children enjoyed the picnic with their class mates, the memories of which linger on for times to come. The children of nursery, lkg and ukg enjoyed visiting the gardens at panchkula. First of all, they were taken to the traffic park, where the tiny tots were thrilled to see the miniature replicas of hospitals, schools and the city library. Here they were taught the traffic rules which they enjoyed practicing in this wonderland. The young shemstars were then taken to the cactus garden where they found the glass house the most attractive place to be in. They loved seeing the fish so closely. After that, they headed towards yavnika, the, city park, where they enjoyed thoroughly. They were made to play many games for which they won rewards. It was a pleasure to see them share their favourite party tiffin with their friends. When they returned to school, their contagious smile could be seen on the faces of all onlookers. Their day was made!!!!!




SHEMFEST- The Children’s Creative Carnival, was a much awaited event. A carnival has always been a favourite event for all, since it gives an opportunity to all in the tricity to make a visit to the lush green, eco friendly, sprawling 12 acre campus of Shemford Futuristic School Pinjore, located in the laps of nature. A plethora of activities were crafted for children of all age groups. Beginning the programmme with welcome song, ‘Fun Races’ were a major attraction with the tiny tots dressed up as various cartoon characters. These little ones stole the show with their innocence for their target in these races was enjoyment rather than competition. Various other competitions like Dance, Song, Mimicry, Face Painting, tattoo making, Gift Wrapping were also organized that beckoned a large crowd.

The carnival was a camouflage of competitions, races, fun, frolic, adventurous swings, interesting games and yummy goodies for all. In the lush green environment, the people enjoyed roaming about and playing indigenous games in ‘Dholakpur’ village. They enjoyed getting their pictures clicked with Chotta Bheem and Chutki, the mascots of Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools. Collecting ladooos from Tuntun Mausi after winning in different games was a different experience altogether for the children. It was an amazing experience for them to visit a village.

As many as 12 schools participated in the Inter School Skating competition organized in the premises. Skating on the colourful synthetic skating rink in the school premises was alluring for the students who had come from various schools in the tricity.

Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore aims at the holistic development of the child. The enthusiastic Shemstars mesmerized the parents with their experimental expertise at the Science Park. ‘The infrastructure of the school caters to theoretical, practical, physical and mental development of the children’, remarked the parents at the fair.

The carnival truly had fun unlimited! Also, it provided a platform to the children to showcase their skills and talents through various activities.  With its various hues of stage skill, art skill and art skill and fun activities, the gathering was reluctant to diffuse even after the declaration of the lucky draws at the end of the day. The grand success of this event was yet another great achievement of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore.

On this occasion, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore was also formally inaugurated by Hon’ble Chief Guest, Dr D R Arora, Chairman, Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools. Also amongst the Guests of Honour were, Dr Mrs Bimla Arora, Director, Shemford Futuristic School Pinjore, Mr Amol Arora, MD Shemrock and Shemford Group of School and Mrs Meenal Arora, Founder Director, Shemford Group of Schools. Mrs  Bhawna Arya and Mr Luv Arya, Director Sushitex Textile Mills, Bombay, graced the occasion with their benign presence.

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Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore was awarded Excellence for ‘Eco Friendly School’ in environmental conservation by The Tribune in association with Chandigarh University. The school boasts of its sprawling campus of 10 acres where one can breathe in the pollution free air. The arboriculture in the campus has variety of trees and shrubs.  The school also has its own herbal garden, a compost pit where manure is prepared and rain water harvesting system. Solar panels and solar heaters are installed to generate electricity and warm water. To keep the institute a reflection of beautiful nature, care is taken to conserve the environment and spread awareness in the vicinity about the same.


Principal, Ms Amita Dhaka, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore was also awarded the Excellence Award for her Outstanding Contribution to Education. Ms Amita Dhaka , in her over twenty five years of teaching experience has worked at varied portfolios in different institutions and thus, after having groomed herself through every aspect she stands today as a true leader , the head of Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore. Ms Dhaka has also been a recipient of Best Teacher Award and Star Principal Award.

Dr D R Arora, Chairman, Shemrock and Shemford Group of Schools,and Dr Mrs Bimla Arora, Director, Shemford Futuristic School, Pinjore congratulated the Principal for her unstinted efforts and the staff for their contribution to make our dream school a reality. Where children are inspired to learn, play and develop in a healthy, stress less environment in a pollution-free area, near to nature, surrounded with beautiful mountains, away from the maddening crowded cities & yet close to all modern facilities.