The School Weekly - 26th Devember 2016


Mera Bali

Kishangarh is a city and a municipality in Ajmer district in the Indian state of Rajasthan. Mr. Bhagirath Choudhary is current MLA for the period from 2013-2018. He also served previously in 2003-2008. It lies 18 miles north-west of Ajmer. It is well connected via Indian Railways and National Highway 8. It is the birthplace of the Kishangarh style of painting, which is known for the beautiful depiction of a courtesan known as Bani Thani. In recent years, Kishangarh has come to be known as the marble city of India. It is purported to be the only place in the world with a temple of nine planets.
Kishangarh State was founded by the Jodhpur prince Kishan Singh in 1609.Prior to the rule of Kishan Singh this area was ruled by Maharaja Samokhan Singh who was a distant relative of Kishan Singh's family and grandfather of Naubat Khan.The ruling family of Kishangarh and the family of Naubat Khan had close ties.Maharaja Samokhan lost to the forces of Akbar and his grandson Naubat Khan was kept under house arrest.Naubat Khan later accepted Islam.

Savant Singh (reigned 1748-1757) and Bani Thani in the Guise of Krishna and Radha Cruising on Lake Gundalao, Kishangarh. Kishangarh was the capital of the eponymous princely state during the British Raj, which was located in the Rajputana Agency. It had an area of 2210 km² (858 miles²) and a population in 1901 of 90,970. This figure for population represented a decrease of 27% over the census figure of 1891, something presumably attributable to the famine of 1899-1900. The state enjoyed an estimated revenue of Rs.34,000/- and paid no tribute to the British Raj. In 1840, Prithvi Singh, became the 15th Maharaja of Kishangarh, and reigned till his death in 1879, after which he was succeeded by his son, Sardul Singh. Maharaja Madan Singh ascended the throne in 1900 at the age of sixteen, at a time when the state was reeling from the impact of a devastating drought. The administration under him and his diwan was widely deemed worthy of approbation; irrigation from tanks and wells was extended and factories for ginning and pressing cotton were started. A social reform movement for discouraging excessive expenditure on marriages made remarkable impact during his reign. Brijraj Singhji. The town of Kishangarh has a palace-hotel known as PhoolMahal and a Fort. The city also has a large lake known as the Gond Talav. There are many picnic and religious places situated at the banks of Gond Talav such as Mukham Vilas and Bhairu Ghat. The city also have a small temple of nine planets known as NavGarh. The Kishangarh Fort is being surrounded by canal that was built by Kishan Singh.
ALUMNI

INTERVIEW
(VR: Master Vinay Rawal and ED: Editor )
ED: What is your name?
VR: My name is Vinay Rawal .
ED: In which batch you studied here?
VR: Somewhere around 2010-2011.
ED: Who was your favorite teacher?
VR: My favorite teacher was Mr. Ismail Hada .
ED: Who is your idol and how he guided you?
VR: My idol is my father and he taught me how to manage business.
ED: What are you doing now?
VR: I am a photographer.
ED: What was your goal?
VR: My goal was to become a cricketer.
ED: What had you achieved from this school?
VR: I achieved the ability to speak in English.
ED: What feedback would like to give to us for our school?
VR: School is very nice and everything is fine.

SKILL

Art work by Tanoj Sompura 
CHRISTMAS
This is the day of happiness and joy,
When Santa comes and distributes some toy,
In mid night, with the dim moonlight,
He came to our window 
And put the gift inside the socks hanging there,
We had a cake in our party of three layers,
Each and everyone showed happiness and cheer,
For the welcoming of the New Year,
We kept the Christmas trees in our halls,
With hanging on them the beautiful glittering balls,
The star was shining a lot,
Happiness and fun together it brought,
This day comes in December,
Each and every one should remember.
So what is this? This is the Christmas day.
Merry Christmas
May Santa give you the gift of happiness and joy this Christmas!
Divya Chundawat / X/ DH
Internet has tolled the death of family life
Good morning, 
One and all present here.
Respected Chairperson, honorable Judges, Principal Sir, teachers and all my dear friends.
Today I am here to speak for the motion that Internet has tolled the death of family life.
First of all what is family? The meaning of family is a closer relationship of near and dear ones. It’s not easy to maintain a family we need to put in a lot of love to create a bond, and more than that invest time to keep this relationship alive.
Do you know how Lifestyle was during earlier decades?
During early decades in each family there was a pattern of Lifestyle set. All woke up early, had breakfast together, and then left for your own course. Example father to work kids to school and mother doing household course. But evening time was family time, when all came back home and would spend quality time together over dinner, discuss important things and also casual talks. This kept each and every member of the family connected to each other and had closed bonding. There used to be on special occasions and festivals, a family get together where all your close relatives came together and met physically. Relations like grandparents, uncles, aunts, siblings, etc were known to the smallest member in the family. people use to visit in case if any family member was sick or in case of happiness example Birthday, Anniversary or welcoming a new baby in the family tree. This all is so good to hear. But do we relate this to ourselves in this modern? word the answer is mostly no. But why where has the true values of family life been lost.
Think back of a day in your present life. We don't wake up by our mothers call. It’s mostly the alarm that rings and the first thing we do is browse through Internet that is Face book or Whats app and wish ‘Good Morning’ to the world of close friends we have created through modernization. But in this course we forget to wish personally to our own family members staying with us or maybe if someone has yet some values he may mark a forward to his parents or siblings too. In earlier times children used to get moral values from their parents and grandparents. But now they are getting from internet and sometimes get wrong information thinking it to be right. Thus in this way they do not get any moral values at all. All the members are so busy over internet that is their imaginary world that they tend to forget that there are real people around them who need their attention. Gone are the days when we used to call people to wish them. But now it's another a message done in a matter of seconds and that's it. We all chat for hours online but at dinner time each member is busy over his or her on mobile phone. No casual talks a personal sharing of facts of life then how will the family bonding be strong ? And what kind of family life do we expect?
I'll tell you the story of a person living in today's modern and imaginary world. He had 
1258 Facebook friends
512 Twitter followers 
550 WhatsApp friends.
Still when he was in the hospital only his wife his parents and his children were there outside the ICU.So friends, it's my humble request to all of you that come out of the imaginary and virtual world and try to spend more and more time with your family and then you will get the most beautiful happiness from heart. We all are so addicted to Internet that we give more time to people online than the one staying with us under the same roof.
No doubt Internet has many advantages however 1 major disadvantage of using Internet is that it has been a toll and led to the death of family life.Thank You.-Muskan Rathod/ X/ TH. 
Dreaming Success
A dream is a hope, a wish and an aspiration. Dreams are our ultimate destination, which represents what and why in our life. People always shy away from following their dreams. This is because they doubt their success.  They are always pulled down with the fear of failure. If we are confident and do not lose faith in ourselves, then we can attain success easily and fulfill our dreams. If we build castles in the air, we should make solid foundation underneath first, then they will not be lost. The foundation should be in the form of hard work, perseverance and determination. If a mountain of troubles comes your way, don't sit to cry, but instead try and try. Dream is your right, but for that it is your duty to struggle. To achieve the sky and to fly, will power is what you need. Don't forget the words of William Arthur ‘If you can dream it, you can become it. -Kinjal Rao/ IX/ DH
Monday, 19th December: Results of IH Math Quiz were announced on that day.
Results:
I Teresa House
II Dhyanchand House
III Raman House
Tuesday, 20th December: The School congratulates Avinash Sain/ IX/RH and Gajendra Singh/ IX/ DH for winning consolation prize for state level Painting Competition under National Campaign on energy conservation 2016 organized by The Ministry of Power, Government of India. They received a cheque of Rs. 5400 and 3240 respectively. Suryaveer Singh/X/DH and Muskan Rathod/ X/ TH participated in Inter School Debate Competition which was organized by KSLP School, Falna. Around 15 Schools participated in the Competition. The topic of the debate was ‘Internet has tolled the death of family life.’
STUDY

Thursday, 22nd December: Parents Teacher Meeting was organized for Class Nursery – XII. The meeting was not a success for only 20% of Parents turned out for the meeting.
The School is closed for Winter Break from 23rd December to 10 January. We will be back with more news and views on 16th January’17
The School Management, Staff and Students wish its readers ‘Merry Christmas and Happy New Year’. Keep smiling and keep healthy.

The School Weekly - 19th December 2016


Mera Bali
The Bhangarh Fort is a 17th-century fort built in the Rajasthan state of India. It was built by Man Singh I (one of the navratans of Akbar's court) for his younger brother Madho Singh I. It was named by Madho Singh after his grandfather Man Singh or Bhan Singh.A new village of Bhangarh with a population of 1,306 in 200 households has developed outside the limits of the fort as there is fear of ghosts haunting the old city. The fort and its precincts are well preserved. The Bhangarh Fort is located on the border of the Sariska Reserve in the Aravali range of hills in Alwar district of Rajasthan. The nearest village is Golakabaas. The fort is situated at the foot of the hills on sloping terrain. The ruins of the King’s palace are located on the lower slopes of the hills; trees surround the pond area and a natural stream falls into the pond within the premises of the palace.
The fort is located 235 kilometres (146 mi) from Delhi and the approach to the entrance gate of the fort in the last 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) stretch of the road is an unpaved road. The fort is 20 miles (32 km) from Thana Ghazi. There are two legends narrated to the history of the fort city, which is reported to be haunted, and no one is allowed to remain in the precincts of the fort at night, per a notice board put up by the Archaeological Survey of India at the entrance. One version of the legend is that a sadhu named Baba Balak Nath lived within the fort area. It was his injunction that any houses built in the precincts of the fort should not be taller than his house, and if the shadow of any such house fell on his house, it would result in destruction of the fort town.
In another version, N.K. SINHAI, the wizard who was adept in black magic fell in love with Ratnavati, the princess of Bhangarh who was very beautiful and had suitors to marry her from many royal families of the country. One day the princess, 18 years of age, went shopping with her friends and was buying Ittar (scent). The wizard saw this and replaced the scent with a love potion in order to ensnare the princess. He offered the potion to her so that she would take a liking to him and marry him. However, the princess saw through the wizard's trickery, and when he offered her the bowl of potion, she threw it onto a big boulder nearby. As a result, the boulder started rolling down towards the wizard and crushed him. Before he died, he cursed that Bhangarh would be destroyed soon and no one would be able to live within its precincts. Subsequently, Bhangarh Fort was invaded by the Mughals from the north and the city was surrounded and sacked; 10,000 people lived in the fort city at that time. All the people in the fort, including the princess, were killed. The present state of the fort is attributed to the curse of the wizard and people believe the ghosts in the fort are that of the princess and the wizard.
Entering through the MAIN gate of the completely ruined fort city - now called the "Bhoot Bangla" meaning "House of Ghosts" - gives an eerie feeling that is not proved. Within the fort, at the main entry, one can find temples, palaces and havelis. In addition, there are four more gates of entry to the fort – the Lahori Gate, the Ajmeri Gate, the Phulbari Gate and the Delhi Gate. At the entrance of the main gate, are many Hindu temples such as Hanuman Temple, Gopinath Temple, Someshwar Temple, Keshav Rai Temple, Mangla Devi Temple, Ganesh Temple and Navin Temple. The Gopinath Temple is built above a 14 ft raised plinth and yellow stones are used for the exquisite carvings of the temple.
The residence of the priest called the Purohitji Ki Haveli is located in the precincts of the temple complex. Next in order is the Nachan Ki Haveli (dancer's palace) and Jauhari Bazar (market place) followed by the Gopinath Temple. The Royal Palace is located at the extreme end of the fort’s limits. The temples dedicated to Hanuman and Shiv Mahadev are very elegant but need to be preserved. However, they are built in the style of cenotaphs rather than temples. Jhirri marble has been used in their construction but presently covered by white wash. The Muslim tomb found outside the gate of the fort is reported to be that of one of the sons of King Hari Singh.
ALUMNI
Surbhi Nagar (Batch 2011) is working as a system engineer at TCS, Pune. She did her X from The Fabindia School in the year 2010-11. Then she went to Bangalore and did her XII from Oxford Senior Secondary School. She did her engineering from Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University College of Engineering, Pune. Nowadays she is working in Tata Consultancy services, Pune.
STAFF
Teacher of the Week: Mrs Prerna Rathod was selected as the Teacher this Week for her hard work in Eco club and Math Quiz competition. She was born on 24th November 1973. She has done her schooling from Mount Carmel Convent High School Pune .She has done her graduation from Nowrosjee Wadia College Pune . She has done her B.Ed from IGNOU. She has been teaching in the Fabindia School for the last 11 years. She has also taught in K.S. Lodha Public School Falna for one year. Her dream was to become a teacher and she is very happy that her dream is fulfilled.
Staff stayed back to do correction of Half Yearly Examination for the whole week. The staff gives their heartiest congratulations to Vimmy Rajpurohit on her engagement.
PARENT THIS WEEK
Mr. Shravan Dave F/o Krisha Dave/ VIII & Punit Dave/ IV was selected as the Parent this Week.
He has a small Mobile Shop in Bali
Interview: [SD: Mr. Shravan Dave, ED:Editor]
ED: What is your name?
SD: My name is Shravan Dave.
ED: How many children do you have?
SD: I have two children.
ED: What is your ward’s name?
SD: Krisha Dave/VIII and Punit Dave/IV.
ED: What do you do?
SD: I have a Mobile Shop in Bali.
ED: What do you want to achieve in your field?
SD: Whatever I wanted to achieve I have achieved it but now my wish is to go in politics to remove corruption and dirt from the society.
ED: What did you ward achieve while studying in the school?
SD: My son has achieved 1st in Academics and my daughter is also progressing day by day.
ED: What do you want your child to achieve more?
SD: I want that whatever they wish to achieve they should achieve and make everyone proud.
ED: What feedback would you like to give to our school?
SD: I think school in progressing much but fluency in English should come in their speaking
SKILL
Saturday, 17th December: Blessy Maria/ XII/ DH was selected as the ‘Student This Week’ for her sincerity and dedication towards the School’s rules and regulations.
Impact of media on society
Present time is the age of media. Modern man is changing very fast and media has become a necessary part of his life. From last three decades it has been playing an effective role to change man physically and mentally. It has brought about revolutionary changes in the social, cultural and economic standard of man.
In India television has much influence on society rather than computer, internet, newspaper and radio. In 21st century, most of the middle class families have television at their homes. Mostly television has made a bad impact on children's character and spoiled their life.
Now children are more likely to play video and computer games rather than playing football, cricket, basketball etc. in the fields. So they are weakening physically.
Most of the program on T.V ignores our culture and moral values and children are not learning anything from them. Today, there is no program on T.V. that entire family can watch together. The kids get affected they live in a fantasy world and want to imitate those good looking people on Television. They are getting extremely figure conscious which is not good for growing bodies. The children are accepting the ideas and suggestion which are presented on T.V. They are losing their own thoughts.
Although it is right that media is providing information about whole universe but in pursuing of modernity. We are losing our power of thinking and forgetting our own culture and civilization, so the future in the context of media and entertainment seems rather negative from all possible angles.
Kirti Malviya/ X/ DH
Cricket
My best game is cricket
Because I love to take wicket.
In a cricket match
Every player wants to take catch.
Between two teams there is a toss
And one of the team loss.
Using a bat like a gun
We have to score many run.
 All the people shout
When any player is out.
It’s rules are very easy
To see it people are busy.
All over the world it is playing
To gain something.
Many people want to play
And I also want to play so I always pray.
Manmanvendra Singh/ X/ DH
STUDY
Tuesday, 13th December: For the whole week. FA III was conducted for Class VI to X. A number of activities, projects and creative writing were carried out to evaluate students. For Class I- V, XI & XII Half Yearly’s were conducted.
Wednesday, 14th December: Monthly Theme ‘Sports & Health’ is displayed on the display board outside the classes.

The School Weekly - 12th December 2016

Mera Bali
Hawa Mahal means "Palace of Winds" or "Palace of the breeze". This palace is in Jaipur, so named because it was essentially a high screen wall built so the women of the royal household could observe street festivals while unseen from outside. Constructed of red and pink sandstone, the palace sits on the edge of the City Palace, and extends to the zenana, or women's chambers. The structure was built in 1799 by Maharaja Sawai Pratap Singh. He was so intimidated and inspired by unique structure of Khetri Mahal and he built the grand and historical Hawa Mahal. It was designed by Lal Chand Ustad in the form of the crown of Krishna, the Hindu god. Its unique five-storey exterior is akin to the honeycomb of a beehive with its 953 small windows called jharokhas decorated with intricate latticework. The original intention of the lattice was to allow royal ladies to observe everyday life in the street below without being seen, since they had to obey strict "purdah" (face cover). The lattice also allows cool air from the Venturi effect (doctor breeze) through the intricate pattern, air conditioning the whole area during the high temperatures in summers. 
The palace is a five-storey pyramidal shaped monument that rises 50 feet from its high base. The top three floors of the structure have a dimension of one room width while the first and second floors have patios in front of them. The front elevation, as seen from the street, is like a honeycomb web of a beehive, built with small portholes. Each porthole has miniature windows and carved sandstone grills, finials and domes. It gives the appearance of a mass of semi-octagonal bays, giving the monument its unique façade. The inner face on the back side of the building consists of need-based chambers built with pillars and corridors with minimal ornamentation, and reach up to the top floor. The interior of the Mahal has been described as "having rooms of different coloured marbles, relieved by inlaid panels or gilding; while fountains adorn the centre of the courtyard". Its cultural and architectural heritage is a true reflection of a fusion of Hindu Rajput architecture and the Islamic Mughal architecture; the Rajput style is seen in the form of domed canopies, fluted pillars, lotus and floral patterns, and the Islamic style as evident in its stone inlay filigree work and arches (as distinguished from its similarity with the Panch Mahal - the palace of winds - at Fatehpur Sikri) 
Hawa Mahal was also known as the chef-d'œuvre of Maharaja Jai Singh as it was his favourite resort because of the elegance and built-in interior of the Mahal. The cooling effect in the chambers, provided by the breeze passing through the small windows of the façade, was enhanced by the fountains provided at the centre of each of the chambers.
ALUMNI
Bharti Ma’am called me and I remembered my old days in The Fabindia School I am Rahul Sharma (Batch 2006). I passed Secondary education in 2006 with 70.5%. I got highest marks in Mathematics although it was not such high score but it was highest among all the students who helped me too choose the subject in Senior Secondary. In 2008 I passed Class XII with 65.8% and i got highest marks in both Physics and Chemistry. In 2008 I was enrolled in B.Tech course by passing RPET exam and I did my engineering in electronics and communication engineering with aggregate 74%. In 2012 and I was awarded special degree that is called Honors. I was one time year topper in my branch for that I got gold medal and 2 time semester topper in my section. Currently i am working in Central University of Rajasthan which ranks 34th in India (NIRF Ranked) on the post of Technical Assistant in Physics department. I took admission in The Fabindia School in 2000, I found new environment, and from there onward I started enriching my knowledge. In previous School even I didn’t know at that time what to achieve in my life. With the efforts of Fabindian Teachers I fixed my target. There is one special thing in Fabindia that is to make a student self independent. Fabindian Teachers are really very good and by their efforts I am able to achieve my target. In Previous School there was lots of discrimination among rich students and poor Students but in Fabindia equal opportunity is given to each student.. From morning schedule to off time School was excellent. I miss all the moment that I had passed there. I would like to give special thanks to Mr. Jayant Biswas who really helped me a lot.-Rahul Sharma( Batch 2006)
STAFF
Teacher This Week: 
Friday, 9th December: Suresh Singh Negi was selected as the Teacher this Week for his hard work and support that he exhibited during the Math Week. He motivated the students to come up to stage and participate in Math Week. He also helped them during the verification of theorems. He was born on 3rd January 1983. He completed his M.SC from D. B. S (P. G.) Dehradun. He completed his B.Ed from Petal Weed College of I.T, Dehradun. He belongs to Pauri Garhwal, Uttarakhand. 
Staff had their PDP session on Monday. They sat in groups and discussed their second chapter of the novel that they are writing. On Tuesday they had HOD Meeting and meeting with Exam Cell where they learnt to make question papers in correct format. Whole week Staff was busy in preparing question papers for the commencing Half Yearly Examination.
Parent This Week
Mrs. Anjubala Rao M/O Kinjal Rao/ IX was selected as the Parent this Week. She is a teacher in private school. 
Interview:(Ed.: Editor, AR: Anjubala Rao)
Ed.: What is your name?
AR: My name is Anjubala Rao.
Ed.: What do you do?
AR: I am a teacher in Private School.
Ed.: What do you want to achieve in your field?
AR: I have become a teacher and so I have achieved my goal.
Ed.: How many children do you have?
AR: I have 2 children.
Ed.: What do you want your child to achieve?
AR: I want my child to take part in all the activities and should score
good marks.
Ed.: What has your child achieved while studying in the school?
AR: She is the Joint Secretary of Dhyanchand House, can converse in English and has participated in many activities. I am happy that my child is studying in the best school of the town.
Ed.: What feedback would you like to give to the students?
AR: Some students do speak in English but I want everyone to speak in English.
SKILL
Can Never Forget
I can never forget 
The one who gave me birth
I can never forget 
The one who gave me moral values
I can never forget
The one who taught me to laugh,
I can never forget
The one who taught me to read & write
I can never forget
Who taught me to walk on the right path
I can never forget my Mother
For it is she who brought me in this beautiful world.
Anumesh Rao/ VIII/ GH
Birthday Magic
Have them take the month number from their birthday: Jan 1, Feb 2, March 3…..
Multiply by 5
Then add 6
Then multiply that total by 4
Then add 9
Then multiply this total by 5 once again
Finally have them to add the day they were born on.
Then they should give you the total. Then in your mind subtract 165, & you will have the month and the day they were born on. -Anumesh Rao/ VIII/ GH 
Saturday,10th December: Bhagyashewari Mewara/X/TH was selected as ‘Student this Week” as she voluntarily maintained the Bus Attendance Register for the last three months as there is no teacher on duty in their bus.  
IH Math Quiz was organized by the Math Department for Class VI-XI. There were six participants from each house. They were divided into three groups with two participants from each house. They had four rounds. Round 1,2,3 were played by one-one group respectively. The last round was collectively played by all the six participants. There were ten questions in each round. All rounds were buzzer rounds. Ten marks were awarded for the correct answer while -5 were deducted for the wrong answer. All the participants performed well. Ms. Swati Sood and Mr. Sandeep Singh judged the Quiz, Mr. Partha Guin and Mr. Tarun Mishra were the scorers and Blessy Maria/ XII, Khusbhoo Rajpurohit/XII were Quiz Masters. Mr. Suresh Negi was the shadow Quiz Master. Thanks to all those who contributed to make this show a success. Results awaited
STUDY
Monday, 5th December: Math Week Day 4 
 Students presented Math tricks to show the power of Math.
Chanchal Chaudhary/ X/RH: Presented a Math trick to find the age using Math power.
Muskan Rathod/X / TH: Did the calculations for the trick to find the age.
Suryaveer Singh /X/ DH: Presented a trick to find the square of the number ending with digit 5.
Bhupendra Sirvi/VII/TH: Presented a game to build a larger number.
Aryan Sirvi/VII/DH: Presented a trick to find the family members using the Power of Math.
Tuesday, 6th December: Day 5
Hemlata Vaishnav/ lX/ GH, Devika Choudhary/ lX/ TH and Suryabhan singh Rao/ lX/ TH: showed the verification of circles theorem with the help of models of circles.
Muskan Rathore/ X/ TH: Showed the verification of the identity (a2-b2)
 Suryaveer singh/ X/ DH: Showed the verification of the identity (a+b)2.
Wednesday, 7th December: Day 6
Mr. Ajay Vijayvargi ended the Math Week by complimenting the students and Math Dept. for putting in their hard work to make the week a success.
Archana Koratkar/ Vll/ GH: Spoke on the importance of numbers
Varun Malviya/ Vll/ DH: Spoke about the mathematician Pythagoras
Aryan Sirvi/ Vll/ DH: Spoke about the mathematician Herons and
Khush Rajpurohit/ Vll/ DH: Spoke about the mathematician Aryabhaa.
Ritu Chouhan/ Vlll/ RH: Spoke on natural numbers.
Uma Choudhary/ Vlll/ TH: Spoke on whole numbers
Mansi Choudhary/ Vlll/ DH: Spoke on integers.
Kreena Rao/ Vlll/ DH: Spoke on the rational numbers.
Bhupendra Singh/ Vll/RH: Spoke on the irrational numbers.
Vianayraj Singh/ Vll/ RH: Spoke on the real numbers and
Meenakshi Choudhary/ Vll/ TH: Spoke on the complex numbrs

The School Weekly - 5th December 2016


Mera Bali
The Sariska Tiger Reserve is an Indian national park and wildlife refuge located in the Alwar district of the state of Rajasthan. The topography of Sariska supports scrub-thorn arid forests, rocky landscapes, dry deciduous forests, rocks, grasses and hilly cliffs. This area was a hunting preserve of the Alwar state and it was declared a wildlife reserve in 1955. In 1978, it was given the status of a tiger reserve making it a part of India's Project Tiger. The present area of the park is 866 km2. The park is situated 106 km from Hindaun, 107 km from Jaipur and 200 km from Delhi. The area of Sariska, being a part of the 
Aravalli Range, is rich in mineral resources, such as copper.

The most attractive feature of this reserve has always been its Bengal tigers. It is the first tiger reserve in the world to have successfully relocated tigers.
Apart from the Bengal tiger, the reserve includes many species of wild life, such as the Indian leopard, jungle cat, caracal, striped hyena, Indian jackal, chital, sambhar, nilgai, chinkara, four-horned antelope, wild boar, hare, hanuman langur, rhesus monkeys. Sasrika is also ethereal for bird watchers with some of the rarest feathered species like grey partridge, white-throated kingfisher, Indian peafowl, bush quail, sandgrouse, treepie, golden-backed woodpecker, crested serpent eagle and the Indian eagle-owl.
The dominant tree in the forests is dhok (Anogeissus pendula). Other trees include the salar (Boswellia serrata), kadaya (Sterculia urens), dhak (Butea monosperma), gol (Lannea coromandelica), ber (Ziziphus mauritiana) and khair (Acacia catechu). Bargad (Ficus benghalensis), arjun (Terminalia arjuna), gugal (Commiphora wightii) or bamboo. Shrubs are numerous, such as kair (Capparis decidua), adusta (Adhatoda vesica) and jhar ber (Ziziphus nummularia)
ALUMNI

Khushpal Singh Rathore (Batch 2010-11) is now working at Metro Cash and Carry Organization, Bangalore. He passed The Fabindia School in March 2011 with flying colours. For his further studies he went to Pune where he joined MIT College of Management. He graduated from Flame University in 2015. Nowadays he is in Bangalore. He misses his School a lot and his teachers who had taught him. He remembers his Annual Function and especially the play ‘King and I’ where he acted as the main character of the King.
STAFF

Mrs. Usha Pawar was selected as ‘Teacher this Week’. She was born on 1st July 1965. She completed her B.STC from Ajmer. Previously she was teaching in Aadharsh Vidhya Mandir. And from last nine years she is teaching in the school. Two years she worked as Art and Craft teacher but now she is the coordinator of Pre-Primary. All students love to be with her. And she is very polite and nice to the students. She is a hard worker and puts all her to teach the young Nursery kids and the outcome is shown when you hear these tiny tots speaking in Hindi and responding in what is taught in English.

Saturday, 3rd December: Staff had a four hours training workshop on ‘Blending with Office 365’ organized by Microsoft. The teacher ambassador was Sahil M. Siddique. He showed the applications of the Microsoft and taught the teachers how to use it. Staff registered themselves to Microsoft education and tried to use it..   

PARENT THIS WEEK
Mrs Kalpana Malviya M/O Kirti Malviya/X was selected as Parent this Week. 
Interview
(KM: Kalpana Malviya and Ed: Editors)
Ed: What is your name? 
KM: My name is Mrs Kalpana Malviya.
Ed: How many children do you have? 
KM: I have two children Kirti Malviya studying in Class X and Mohit Malviya passed the School in the year 2015-16.
Ed: What do you do? 
KM: I am a teacher in a Government School. 
Ed: What do you want to achieve more in your field? 
KM: Whatever I want to achieve I have achieved but yes, after two years I will naturally become the Principal of Middle School. 
Ed: What do you want your daughter to achieve more? 
KM: I want my daughter to get 10 CGPA in the board exam. And she should learn as she can from her Principal because the Principal is doing very well in upbringing the school. 
Ed::What did your ward achieve while studying in the school? 
KM: She has become very confident . She is doing well in Art and Craft. She has learnt a lot from the Exchange Program with MGD School, Jaipur and on participating in IIMUN. 
Ed: What feedback would you like to give to the School? 
KM:I am very happy with the environment. I love the exchange programs and the IIMUN conferences and the other activities in the school. I want that students of the school should be able to speak fluent English.
SKILL
My School
Very, very big is my School,
Pride of Bali,
Calm and cool.
Name of which is Fabindia School
Here we come to read and write
One day to become great and bright know I am safe here
I will do hard work as birds in their nest
For my School and become the best
-Anumesh Rao/VIII/GH
त्यौहार
त्यौहार जो बनाए एक नया संसार ,
त्यौहार जो रोशन कर दे गर -बार ,
त्यौहार जिसमे आती हैं फाटकों की आवाज़ ,
त्यौहार जिसे कहते हैं हम ,
त्योहारों का त्यौहार ,
बताओ कोनसा हैं यह त्यौहार ?
त्यौहार जो पहनता हैं रंगोका ताज ,
त्यौहार जिसमे सब जला डेट हैं आपने दाग।,
त्यौहार हैं यह खुशियों का ,
बताओ कोनसा हैं यह त्यौहार ?
सूर्यवीर सिंह /X/ DH
DAD
Dad is my inspiration.
Which gives me motivation.
Dad is a candle
Which consumes light
My dad trusts me
Because he knows me.
My dad is my supporter
Because he knows I am his daughter
My dad helps me
Because he care’s me
My dad love me
Because he needs me
He improves me
Because he trusts me
I love my dad.
Krisha Dave/ VIII/ GH

Wednesday, 30th November: The birthdays of the students from Nursery to Class V that fell in the month of November was celebrated in the Main School Campus. The birthday students partied by cutting the cake, dancing and distributing chocolates.
SPORT
Saturday, 3rd December: After the Assembly PT Drill was displayed by students of Class I- XII under the supervision on Mr. Tarun Mishra/ Sports Faculty
STUDY
Thursday, 1st December: World AIDS Day was celebrated in the School. In a Special Assembly, Mr. Byju Joseph/AD (Academic Dean) spoke at length on HIV-AIDS, to bring awareness among students. Divya Solanki/XII/ TH told us about AIDS and its immune deficiency process.
MATH WEEK: DAY I

A Special Assembly was held every day for students to speak about Mathematics. Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi spoke about use of Math in daily life.
Archana  Koratkar /VII/GH: spoke about Ramanujan on whose name the Math Society runs. Charu Vaishnav /VII/DH: Introduced the great mathematician Euclid.
Vinita Sirvi  /VII/GH Gave a short description on Aryabhatta: the great mathematician Euler.
DAY 2
Friday, 2nd December: Some students of Class VIII spoke on three dimensional shapes.
Kreena Rao/ VIII/ DH: Spoke on Cylinder
Ritu Chouhan/VIII/RH: Spoke on Cuboid,
Uma Choudhary/VIII/TH: Spoke on Cube and
Mansi Choudhary/VIII/ DH/ spoke on Hexagonal Prism.
Chirag Sharma/ VII/ RH: Explained the Euler's formula = F+V=E+2.
DAY 3
Saturday, 3rd December:
Minaxi Choudhary/VII/TH: Quizzed the Assembly
Archana Koradkar/VII/GH: Quizzed the Assembly on Formulas and Shapes.

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