ADITYA ANAND(200310077356) of Std. XII-D scored 99.75 percentile in JEE (MAIN)-2020.The school family extends its love and blessings to the young achiever.

Junior Annual Sports Meet


There was excitement in the air . The collective heart beats of hundreds could be heard. The cheers and war cries reached each one stood on The Pentecostal Assembly School on 6th December 2019.

The sports meet began to roll with the welcome speech by Mrs. Nisha Jaiswal. The Chief guest Mr. Shubash Rajak (Manager, Sports Department, SAIL) , Director Sir Rev. Dr. D. N. Prasad, Principal Mrs. Rita Prasad, Vice Principal Dr. Karuna Prasad, Administrative Head Mr.Daniel M. Prasad took the salute of the impressive march past of the students. The students entered into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with the oath taking led by the Sports Captain Priyanshu Kumar.HOPE house was declared as the champion with 1128 points.JOY house completed as the runner up house with 1071 points. Joy Aaron Kullu(Std. I-A) of house of HOPE won the championship trophy.

Senior Annual Sports Meet-2019

Well goes the saying “ Healthy mind resides in a healthy body” 29th Annual Sports Day for Secondary and Senior Secondary was celebrated with vigour and enthusiasm on 6th December 2019. On that day the whole school was excited about events and it had a festive look. Each and everyone was energised with the feeling of sportsmanship.The programme commenced with the welcome address by Mrs. Shweta Kumar who welcomed the Chief Guest , MR. HARIMOHAN JHA, G.M. , H.R.D., SAIL the school management and the students. A mellifluous welcome song was presented by the students of VI, VII & VIII. Then started the March Past by the students of Class VIII, IX & XI which enthralled the audience. The chief guest and Director Sir Rev.Dr.D.N. Prasad took the salute of the impressive March followed by the oath taking ceremony by the School Captain Shweta Kumari.The overall championship trophy for the Senior Section Boys was given to Harsh Raj Horo (XII C) – Joy House, Tabish Iqbal (XI D)-Joy House, and for the girls was given to Nisha Ranjan (XII D)-Faith House, Marynella Kispotta (XI C)- Hope House and Aditi (VI A) -Faith House .Hope House was declared as the winner of the day with 1048 points and Faith House was the runner-up for the Senior Section with 829 points.

Indoor games and Puzzle Day

A day filled with fun and laughter. Riddles, Puzzles and board games-What more could the students want as a motivation to come to school? A puzzle and Indoor games day was observed on 29.10.2019 in Primary wing of The Pentecostal Assembly School. Students of Std 1 to 5 thoroughly enjoyed their day asking riddles to one another.

Junior Wing Cultural Programme

A prismatic and spectacular Annual Cultural Programme (I-V) of our school was organized on 1st of October 2019Our Director Sir (Rev.) Dr. D. N. Prasad and our Principal Madam, Mrs. Rita Prasad commenced the evening programme with a word of prayer, followed by the Welcome Address, delivered by our Vice Principal Dr. Karuna Prasad.Mrs. Shreela Lal, the Principal of Mithila Academic Public School, Sector-4, Bokaro Steel City, graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. The students welcomed the dignitaries with bouquet of flowers. The world is full of poetry. The air was living with its spirit and the waves dance to the music of the melodies and sparkle in its brightness.


Senior Cultural Programme

The Pentecostal Assembly School organized a colorful and mesmerizing Annual Cultural Programme (VI-XII) with great zeal and enthusiasm on 30th September 2019. The evening programme commenced with the opening prayer by Director Sir, Rev. Dr.D.N. Prasad and Principal Madam, Mrs. Rita Prasad. The Vice Principal of the school, Dr. Karuna Prasad gave a welcome address to the distinguished guests. The Chief Guest for the occasion was Mr. John TapanKongari(DGM, Law Dept., SAIL, Bokaro Steel Plant). The chief guest was welcomed cordially with a beautiful bouquetby the Students’ Council members.The entire programme was embedded with sparkling and enthralling performances by students. 

History Day (XI & XII)

Know your History

Gandhiji rightly said “Strength does not come from physical capacity, it comes from an indomitable will’. It is this will ignited the flame of the freedom movement and finally India got her freedom and broke free from the Shakles of slavery on 15th August 1947. To instill patriotism and remember the contribution of the great freedom fighters history day was celebrated with great enthusiasm and patriotic fervor. Every year the students of The Pentecostal Assembly School celebrate History Day. This year it was celebrated on 8th August. The spirit of freedom and nationalism was well-exhibited through a spectrum of patriotic programmes. It started with a group song by the Arts Students of class XI and XII, ‘Ai Watan”. Then a duet song was sung melodiously by the two talented students of class XII, Cepha K. Antony and Rima Paul. A patriotic poem was recited by Nandita Kumari of class XI and the last segment of the programme was a Power Point Presentation depicted by Indian History from the beginning of the Harappan Civilization till the launching of the Chandrayan-2.The Power Point Presentation was a Kaleidoscope to the Indian history. The audience was spell bound by the presentation and felt proud being the part of the Great Nation.It was successful because of the co-operation of our School Management, Principal Mam and Vice-Principal Madam. Special thanks to Mrs. Sheela Roy Sharma, Mrs. Sherly Mariyadas  & entire Arts Team for their effort and co-operation.


Patriotic Group Song Competiti

“Words make you think. Music makes you feel.  A song makes you feel a thought”.  Owing this in mind, an Inter House Patriotic Song Competition was held on 1st August 2019 in our school auditorium. The occasion was graced by the esteem presence of the honourable Chief Guest, Mr. Madan Mohan Prasad Sinha (Deputy Superintendent of Police, Traffic, Bokaro). The programme commenced  with a short speech on Kargil Vijay Diwas by Shiva Mathur.The children sang the songs with passion, confidence and patriotic feeling. Each house showed their mastery over voice modulation, pitch rhythm and tone. The competition was judged by Mrs. Shweta Kumar, Dr. Sharda Rani and Mrs. Shiva Mathur.Faith House was declared the winner. (Song-Tu jinda hai tu jindagi ke jeet par yakeen kar)


Seminar on Career Guidance

Seminar on “Career Guidance” was held on 20th July 2019 at “ The Pentecostal Assembly School”. The resource people were Mrs. Kavita Joseph and Mr. Manoj Kumar Ojha. The seminar was attended by the teachers of Standard VI to XII.

The seminar awarded the teachers to play an important role in career guidance. In today’s competitive scenario, guiding young students in making realistic career choices,, it is important for the teachers to understand each dimension of career in detail and collect the appropriate information . This will help them to distinguish between what can be expected in different jobs within each occupation group.

In the workshop, the impeccably passionate resource people equipped the teachers with a new horizon on learning and getting to know much more about career guidance and its objectives.

As per feedback received by all the teachers, the seminar was informative, thought provoking and a grand success. All the teachers paid heartfelt tribute to the school for facilitating their knowledge of career guidance.

It was indeed a worthy experience.


Kavi Sammelan

Rishabh Pratik- 1st

Arshi Rathore-2nd

Sudeshna Chatterjee-3rd


“Leaders are the role models who inspire the followers and motivate them to reach the pinnacle of success.”This momentous day of 10th July, 2019 dawned to bestow responsibilities on the newly formed Students’ Council to lead the school with their commitment, confidence and competence. The event began with a presentation ‘I want to serve the purpose of God’ by the school choir. Our visionary Principal Madam Mrs. Rita Prasad led the newly formed Council down the aisle to the stage where she pinned the badges to the prefects and the Council members. It was a moment of great honour as she handed over the flag to the upcoming leaders .

Founder's Day Celebration

The staff and students of The Pentecostal Assembly School celebrated Founder’s Day with the greatest jubilation. Rev. Dr. D.N. Prasad- the Founder of our renowned institution – is a self-made man- with a big vision to impact the society and the nation at large. His birthday marks a momentous day for the entire The Pentecostal Assembly School family as we revisit his valuable contribution in building this great school. Students of the school expressed their deep sense of gratitude and love for their visionary leader as each section- Primary, Middle school, Secondary and Senior Secondary organised special assemblies in honour their revered Director Sir.

Earth Day Celebration

Earth Day Celebration  - Date: 22.04.2019

Our school also celebrated Earth Day to show their concern towards Mother Earth. They displayed posters on bulletin boards depicting the theme.  A special assembly was held where students were shown the video clippings related to the beautiful nature around the world. They were also made aware of different endangered and extinct species of animals and birds. Students from classes VI-VIII sang a song with the words ‘The Earth is my hone’ and took a pledge to save the Mother Earth.The students were told how to save our Mother Earth in order to continue the life on Earth. 


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.

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.



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.