Competitions are an integral part of students’ life. To achieve the goal, students have to go through different competitions. One such competition is Spellathon which was successfully conducted in our school auditorium, on 15th April 2019 for Std. VI to VIII. Group ‘C’{Aman Kumar(6C), Harsh Jeet(7C), Preety Mukerjee(8C)} emerged as the winner. 


An inter-house Maths Quiz was held in The Pentecostal Assembly School for classes 3 to 5 in the school auditorium. The winner of the Quiz was house of Hope{Arzia Mishra(5-A), Rishi Patel(4-B), Kumar Shaurya(3-A), Aditya Raj(4-A)} and the runner up team was house of Faith.It was an exciting and eventful session.


On 6th September 2018, the students of Std. IX & X of The Pentecostal Assembly School, participated in making beautiful and message oriented posters, spreading the message of maintenance of cleanliness in the surrounding and in the society as whole.


On 5th September 2018, the students of Std. XI & XII of The Pentecostal Assembly School, participated on sapling plantation, weeding the garden, gardening etc. as a part of the GREEN SCHOOL DRIVE. These activities happened  to spread the true message of GO GREEN – beautification of the environment. Moreover, recycle &  reuse of different objects like- making beautiful  paper bags using waste papers, using plastic paper bags in making several art forms etc. were done by students of Std. IX.


On 4th  September 2018, the students council members; the school captain-Soumya Yelchuri, the School Vice Captain – Komal Kiran and the other house  captains and vice captains visited each class and section from Std. VI to VIII and shared relevant information about how to initiate a quest for cleanliness within themselves, their family, their locality, their workplace, their workplace etc.

Swachhta Pledge

Mahatma Gandhi dreamt of an India which was not only free but also clean and developed.

Mahatma Gandhi secured freedom for Mother India.

Now it is our duty to serve Mother India by keeping the country neat and clean.

I take this pledge that I will remain committed towards cleanliness and devote time for this.

I will devote 100 hours per year, that is two hours per week, to voluntarily work for cleanliness.

I will neither litter not let others litter.

I will initiate the quest for cleanliness with myself, my family, my locality, my village and my work place.

I believe that the countries of the world that appear clean are so because their citizens don't indulge in littering nor do they allow it to happen.

With this firm belief, I will propagate the message of Swachh Bharat Mission in villages and towns.

I will encourage 100 other persons to take this pledge which I am taking today.

I will endeavour to make them devote their 100 hours for cleanliness.

I am confident that every step I take towards cleanliness will help in making my country clean.



At Airport

Travelling to Changi International Airport  from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport


A group of 17 students alongwith Principal Mam and Adminstrator Sir went today(i.e.27.08.2018)  for Singapore Trip. This an incentive awarded to the meritorious students of class X and XII who have scored 95% and above.


‘Yoga is a perfect opportunity to be curious about who you are’. 21st June, 2018 marked another important day as the school organized a special programme on International Yoga Day. A special session by taken by the sports teacher Mrs. Biva Mishra from 6.30 a.m. to 7.30 a.m., where she taught different types of yoga exercises and their benefits. The programme concluded by the special message by the honourable Principal Mrs. Rita Prasad who motivated the students to exercise to develop their body, mind and soul.


Congratulations to Aastik

Aastik, a student of class XII adds another feather in the cap for The Pentecostal Assembly School.

Aastik (12-B) excellence in medical:

  1. JIPMER MBBS – 2018- Rank – 153
  2. AIIMS-2018- Rank – 1137 (99.70 PERCENTILE)
  3. NEET (UG) 2018- Rank – 1862 (UR)
  4. JEE MAINS- Rank – 12755 (UR)

The school family extends its love and blessings to the young achiever.


14 STUDENTS have qualified NEET 2018 as per information till now. The number can increase.

Star of PAS

Pentecostal Product Brings Honour to The City

A firm determination can overcome every challenge. Kumari Sunita has more than proved this saying by outshining all others to crack the most prestigious examination of our country U.P.SC Ranked 269 in the UPSC Examination..Kumari Sunita passed out from The Pentecostal Assembly School, Bokaro in the year 2008. Even at school she had carved a niche for herself and teachers remembers her as a principled and hard working student. She served the school as Captain of Peace House.Our Honourable Director Sir Rev. Dr. D.N. Prasad and Principal Madam Mrs. Rita Prasad were jubilant to receive the news that their very own student had brought honour to the school the proud parents Shri. Hari Pad Mahata and Mrs. Shobha Devi visited the school on Saturday 28.04.2018 and were congratulated by Director Sir and Principal Madam for this remarkable achievement of their daughter. 



26 students qualified JEE MAINS-2018.

Recipient of Principal's Award

Mr. Alok Kumar Singh of Std. XII A won the Principal's Award.Mr. Alok Kumar Singh joined The Pentecostal Assembly Schoolin Nursery in the year 2003.  He has displayed a thorough understanding of our school philosophy through excellent behaviour, attitude, and performance in class and among peers and teachers. He has lent leadership to the school and served as a Council Member of the school. 

Bio Specimen Collection

The students of Class 11 visited Digha on a Bio-Specimen Collection Trip in Feb 2018. Click for more Photos!