The School Weekly - 28th August 2017

Learning Forward
Determination is the Foundation of Success
Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?” 
The book is a great inspiration to the parents as well as their children because in this book, Dr. Anupam Sibal, who is a pediatrician and a father, has sought to instill positive values and good qualities in his son. These are essential for anyone looking to live a valuable and respectful life.
By focusing on a different value in every chapter, he wants to convey to his readers that nurturing values and good attitude is a very difficult task for the parents. As a result, he has tried to share some tricks that he is picked up on his journey to equip his child to face the world.
When I was reading about Determination, I remembered a child (Aditya Roy) who was studying in Class 9. I used to observe him while teaching his class. He was the only one in class who neither interacted with teachers nor with the students. I was curious to find out the reasons for this. So, I called him to the staff room one day during lunch time. While walking to the staff room I observed that his legs were shivering. It was only then that I found out that the child was disabled. Upon asking him about it, I realized his disability had resulted in his developing an inferiority complex.
I decided to solve this by helping him in his studies. Later that day, I visited his house and discussed the problem with him. I tried to motivate him by telling him stories of great people (like Stephen Hawking, Sudha Chandran, Helen Keller, etc.), who were disabled too but did not let it get in their path to success. They strengthened their determination and went on to do path breaking things.
I regularly motivated him, and praised him for every small achievement. After a couple of days, I noticed a drastic change in his behaviour as well as in his academic performance. Now, he looks more confident while asking questions to the teachers. He is friendly towards his classmates too.
Recently, he stood 4th in the Board examination in the district. 
Motivating students and making them realize the importance of determination goes a long way in instilling the confidence required to face the world. -Kusum Sharma/ Educator 
(ED: Editor, KG: Kinjal Goswami)
ED: What is your name?
KG: My name is Kinjal Goswami.
ED: Which was your batch year?
KG: My batch year was 2008.
ED: Who were your batch mates?
KG:  My batch mates were Manisha, Sanjoli, Daksha, Ashwini, Himani.
ED: Who were your favorite teachers of your time?
KG: My favorite teacher of my time was Mukesh Sir, Jayita Ma’am.
ED: Have you ever participated in any activities, tournament etc.?
KG: Yes, I have participated in singing competitions, art and craft etc.
ED: What are your present qualifications?
KG: My present qualifications are M.Com B.Ed.
ED: What was your experience at Fabindia School?
KG: It was a great experience I learned a lot at Fabindia. I enjoyed studying in this school, teachers were understanding, had patience and were supportive with us. 
ED: Will you like to give any message to your juniors, school, or friends etc.?
KG: Yes, I’ll like to say that school was my first home .The best moments in my life were the time spent in school .There was so much of unity in my class I only wanted to say you all that always work in a team , be good to your friends and respect all your teachers and study well.
Monday, 21st August: Staff had PDP Session on that day. First Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi read out a thought ‘An Educator is more than a traffic policeman’ from the book “Can We Teach a Zebra Some Algebra “by Debashis Chatterjee”. Staff then discussed their opinions, gave their views and sent a write up with graphics and photo to Mr. Ajay. Then they got themselves divided into their groups and prepared a presentation based on the stories from the book” Is your Child Ready to Face The World by Dr. Sibal”.
Mr. Vineet Kumar/ Educator was selected as Teacher this Week for his regularity and dedicated commitment towards school sports. 
[ED: Editor; VKR: Vineet Kumar]
ED: When did you join the school?
VKR: I joined school on 7th April 2016.
ED: Who was the Principal at that time?
VKR: Mrs. Deepika Tandon was the Principal at that time.
ED: What type of environment was there?
VKR: The environment was good at that time but now it has improved a lot.
ED: Which classes did you teach at first?
VKR: At first I taught so many classes from 1st to 8th.
ED: What is your qualification?
VKR: I have done BPEd. from L.N.I.P.E. Gwalior.
ED: What do you expect from the children?
VKR: Students should work hard, achieve their goal whatever they set in their life.
ED: Have you taught any school before Fabindia?
VKR: Yes, I have taught in Sagar Public School Bhopal, M.P. 2014-15.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
VKR: Students should achieve their goal whatever they have set up in their life.
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated with great devotion all over India. People bring home Idols of Lord Ganesha and celebrate the festival by worshiping the Lord in a special way for a day and a half, 3 days, 5 days, 7 days or 11 days depending on the family tradition and commitment of each individual.On the last day of worship the idol is taken out in a colourful and musical procession to be immersed traditionally at a beach.
Two-three months before the festival, beautiful clay models of Lord Ganesh are made by skilled artisans and sold in the markets. These beautiful statues depict Lord Ganesh in various poses. On the day of Ganesh Chaturthi, these statues are brought home with lot of excitement. For the next 10 days, localities witness beautiful pandals with huge statues of Ganesh. The priests in every pandal perform four main holy rituals- first being Pranapratishhtha to invoke life into the statues amidst the chanting of sacred verses.
The ritual is then followed by Shhodashopachara- 16 forms of paying tribute to the Lord. Next one is Uttarpuja, which is a pooja in which the idol could be shifted from one place to another and the last ritual is Ganpati Visarjan, which is the immersion of the idol in water. The visarjan is followed by loud chanting of "Ganpati Bappa Morya, Pudcha Varshi”
This is one of the most popular festivals in the Country. There are several reasons for this. Ganpati is after all a popular God. His blessings are invoked at most religious ceremonies as He is the one who can remove all obstacles to success. He is the giver of fortune and can help to avoid natural calamities.Ganpati, the god of wisdom and the benevolent deity of the dynasty of Peshwas who ruled Maharashtra inculcating a special culture in the state. Ganpati is the herald of auspicious beginnings and is the beloved deity of all. -Krisha Dave/ IX/ GH
Lord Ganesha
Lord Ganesha, Lord Ganesha,
Where are you?
Why don’t you come for my help?
I need your help, help and help.
Lord you are the remover of obstacles,
Do come and fulfill my desire,
You are the lord of peace & prosperity’
I am waiting for you
Do come in my need.
Anumesh Rao/ IX/ GH
Saturday, 25th August: On the occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi an activity was organized for students of Class I- XI. They made eco-friendly Ganesha with Maida flour, turmeric powder, black pepper, matchsticks, beads etc.  Students with their teachers had fun when they did this activity.
Friday, 24th August: The School’s Under 17 Girls Football Team participated in Under 17 Girl’s Football Tournament organized at Heritage Girls School, Udaipur. They were escorted by Ms. Sharmila Vijaywargi and Mr. Tarun Mishra. They lost two matches and third match was a tie.
Saturday, 25th August: The School under 14 Cricket Team escorted by Mr. Vineet Kumar went to Bisalpur to participate in the Under 14 District Cricket Tournament. They won their first match by 10 wickets against the host team and they have entered into semi-finals. Congratulations team for your performance.
Monday, 21st August- Saturday, 26th August: Unit Test II were conducted in Class II- XII the whole week. Students were busy in preparing for their exams and teachers were busy in corrections. Students were shown marks the next day.

The School Weekly - 21st August 2017

Mera Bali
Ashok Gehlot is an Indian politician from Rajasthan. He is Congress Party's national general secretary and in-charge of party affairs for politically crucial state Gujarat. He was the Chief Minister of Rajasthan from 1998 to 2003 and again from 2008 to 2013. He hails from Jodhpur city of Rajasthan in India and is a member of the Indian National Congress. He represents Sardarpura constituency of Jodhpur as Member of Legislative Assembly of Rajasthan.
Ashok Gehlot, son of Babu Laxman Singh Gehlot, was born on 3rd May 1951 in a Hindu Rajput family of Mandore, Mahamandir, Jodhpur, Rajasthan. A Science and Law graduate, he also holds a MA degree in Economics. He is married to Sunita Gehlot and has a son and a daughter. He is a Hindu and a member of the Indian National Congress (INC) party. He was influenced by the teachings of Mahatma Gandhi at a very young age and was actively engaged in social political work even as a student. During 1971's East Bengali refugees crisis he served in the refugee camps in the eastern states of India. It is there when former Prime Minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi first identified his organizational skills during one of her visits to the refugee camps. Gehlot was later appointed the first state president of National Student's Union of India and successfully organised Congress's student wing in the state.
Ashok Gehlot is considered as one of the most popular Chief Ministers of Rajasthan. During his tenure as Chief Minister of Rajasthan he was strong on development. He is often credited for his excellent drought management and creation of 7 million-days' employment during severe droughts in Rajasthan.
(Ed:Editor, B.S :Brijpal Singh)
ED: What is your name?
BS: My name is Brijpal Singh.
ED: Which was your batch year?
BS: My batch year was 2006?
ED: Who were your batch mates?
BS: My batch mates were Pushpendra Singh, Yogendra, Ajaypal, Rahul Sharma & Raguveer Singh.
ED: Have you ever participated in any activities, tournament s etc.?
BS: Yes, I have participated in Football, Hockey and all sports activities.
ED: What are your present qualifications?
BS: My present qualifications are B.Tech (Electrical).
ED: What was your experience at Fabindia School?
BS: It was a great experience and the school is awesome.
ED: Will you like to give any message to your juniors, school, or friends etc.?
BS: Yes, I’ll like to say that study well, do hard work to achieve your goal
Wednesday, 16th August: Staff had PDP Session on that day. First Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi read out a thought from the book “Can We Teach a Zebra Some Algebra “by Debashis Chatterjee”. Staff then discussed their opinions and sent a write up with graphics and photo to Mr. Ajay. Then they got themselves divided into their groups and prepared a presentation based on the stories from the book” Is your Child Ready to Face The World by Dr. Sibal”.
Staff wishes Ms. Kusum Dangi a Happy Birthday and best wishes for her bright future. Ms. Monica Vaishnav was selected as the Teacher this Week for her sincerity and hard work towards her teaching.  Congratulations.
[ED: Editor, MVV; Monika Vaishnav]
ED: When did you join the school?
MVV: I joined the school in 2011.
ED: Who was the Principal at that time?
MVV: Mrs. Parineeta Ranpal was the Principal at that time.
ED: What type of environment was there?
MVV: There was a good environment. All students were disciplined and well-mannered and all teachers were co-operative and helpful.
ED: Which classes did you teach at first?
MVV: I used to teach Class II, III and IV..
ED: What is your qualification?
MVV: My qualification is M.A, BEd.
ED: What do you expect from the children?
MVV: I expect from all the children to be respectful towards their elders and others to be good citizens.
ED: Have you taught any school before Fabindia?
MVV: Yes, I taught in Noble School and Aadarsh Vidya Mandir.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
MVV: I would like to give a message to the children that they should have a dream and try their best to fulfill their dreams.
Ajaypal Meena/ X/ GH was selected as the Student this Week for scoring maximum number of goals (Out of 23 teams) in Under 17 District Football Tournament. He shared his experience with the students and told them how nervous he was on the field. But when Mr. Tarun Mishra motivated him his confidence level boosted up and he was able to score the maximum goal record in the tournament. Congratulations Ajaypal and always remain confident.
Tuesday, 15th August: Finally the Independence Day arrived, for which the school was practicing for so long. Principal, Mrs. Rajshree Shihag as the Chief Guest, hoisted the flag. After the National Anthem, the parade was inspected by the Principal. The students marched and did a PT display. Vice-Principal Mr. Byju Joseph spoke on freedom fighters and gave Vote of Thanks. Principal spoke encouraging students to understand the meaning of the freedom from mind sets and told them about the four messages given by former President Dr. AJP Abdul Kalam. Meenakshi Choudhary/ VIII/TH anchored the function. Krisha Dave/ IX and Kreena Rao/ IX spoke a few words on that day. Students of Middle Section presented Patriotic Song.  Mr. Ramesh Choudhary/ Parent sang a Patriotic Song and Mr. Shrvan Dave spoke a few words and told about the importance of Independence Day. They judged the parade. Once the whole function got over sweets were distributed among students.
I Gandhi House
II Teresa House
III Dhyanchand House
For the ID parade, a representative contingent was sent to Government Senior Secondary High School, Bali, to participate in the 15th August March Past Parade. They stood First Position in the parade. Congratulations.
Saturday, 19th August: Founder’s Day was celebrated with lots of gaiety and laughter. On the 25th Founder’s Day the school looked colourful as all were dressed in home clothes. A small program was organized. The program started with students, both from the Junior and Senior Section’s performance. They performed dances, cracked jokes and sang songs. Students of Class VI presented Gymnastic stunts. The program ended with a few words from Mr. Byju Joseph relating the history of the school. School thanks all its well-wishers for their great support in contributing and spreading the light of education and knowledge
Nobody is Perfect - Acceptance Wins the Day
I really liked the book “Is your child ready to face the world?” by Dr. Anupam Sibal. This book has taught me how to be a real teacher, a teacher who sees her students as her own children and works for their all-round development. In this book, I particularly liked the chapter - ”Making Mistakes, Accepting Flaws”.
Though it is common knowledge that “nobody is perfect”, the acceptance of this adage is hard to come by. This is especially true in case of students as they are at a learning age, one that allows them to make mistakes. But as a teacher or as a parent, it is our duty to understand and evaluate their mistakes. It is crucial to understand why the mistakes happened in order to guide them towards the right path so that they do not repeat them again. Even if they repeat the mistakes, we should not get hyper or angry because if we do, they wont come to us next time they have a problem. We should put ourselves in their shoes and then think for a solution that is best understood by them and suited to their problem. When I was a student, I troubled my teachers too. But they understood my problems and helped me overcome and correct the mistakes I made. In the same way, I am here to understand and teach my students to learn from their mistakes. I am not perfect and I guess nobody can be, as we are always navigating the path of learning.
Kanishk is a student of the class I taught last year. He is an excellent student - punctual and hard working. Once he came to me with a problem as he could not understand the question. Though I explained it several times, he just couldn't follow. This annoyed me and I shouted at him for not understanding the concept. It had a very negative impact on him. He scored the lowest in the class test the next day. I walked up to him and asked him why he hadn't studied. He started crying and said that he feared I would become annoyed at him again, due to which he lost the courage to come up to me and ask again. Deep within I realised it was not his mistake but mine that he could not come to me. The better way of handling it would've been to explore other ways of explaining the concept to him in a patient manner.
Acceptance gives us the opportunity to communicate better with children and deal with them more patiently. It gives them confidence and encourages them to work on their flaws. -Vimmy Rajpurohit/ Educator 
Don't Compare - Every Child Is Different
Avoid Pressure to Work Better
This book is a wonderful example of how parents and teachers can prepare their child to become a good citizen. It elaborates on how we can deal with children's challenges in future by sharing our own and others' experiences with them. The numerous qualities described in this book, such as courage, hope, determination, and humility, are the values that every parent wants to see in his or her child. It is the duty of teachers and parents alike to inculcate these qualities in their children in order to help them achieve their goal in life. A child must have courage to give his opinion and stand by what he believes in. He must also possess the ability to accept the reality and truth whenever he is wrong. It is important that that we learn from our mistakes in order to prevent them from recurring, and the first step in this regard is accepting them. I would like to share an example of how this book can help us in our classroom.
There is a girl in class V - Navya. When her teacher distributed the exam sheets to the children, Navya did not secure the marks that her mother was expecting. Her mother had told her that she must get more than 90 marks in all subjects because she had made her study hard. Navya was under pressure as she feared she'd get scolded and punished if she told her mother about her marks. As a result, Navya gave fake scores to her mother. When Navya’s mother came to take the report card, she told the class teacher that this time Navya had got more than 90%. The teacher thought she had misunderstood the grading system. She explained it to her. Navya’s mother was shocked that her daughter had not been honest about her marks in any subject. Her actual score was less than 70%. She was very angry and decided to give Navya a hard time. She told the teacher that she had taught her daughter well but could not understand why she got such low marks. There were students who had scored full marks. The teacher asked her to calm down and ponder over why Navya lied to her. Her mother responded by saying that the fear of getting punished must have caused her to lie.
The teacher tried to explain that Navya was left feeling under pressure due to this. All children are different and their performances are also different in every subject. Navya may have interest in other activities and should not be compared with others. No one is perfect in this world and everyone makes mistakes. The same applies to Navya. The teacher advised the mother to be patient with Navya so that the child can share her feelings comfortably. A person cannot work properly under pressure and sometimes ends up making a wrong decision to escape from the pressure. Putting pressure blocks all communication and increases the chances of the same mistake being repeated in future.
Navya’s mother realised that she needs to trust her child to dissuade her from hiding anything in future. She also needs to be more polite with her in order to understand her better. She should not mount expectations on her. This will only put her under pressure and will bring her performance down further. She decided to help her child explore her interests and hone them. 
This book is helpful for teachers as well as for parents to prepare their children for future. Every individual has his own dreams and interests which must not be compared with those of others. Instead, a child must be motivated to achieve his own goal with determination. For this, a supportive environment must be ensured. -Monika Vaishnav/ Educator
Saturday, 12th August: The School Football Team secured third position in Under 17 Football Tournament. Three students Suryabhan Singh/ X, Parikshit Singh and Yuvraj Singh are selected for the State Level Tournament. They will represent Pali District Team. The School is proud of them. Congratulations to all who are responsible for their success.
Thursday, 17th August: Class IX presented a Radio Show under the guidance of their English Teacher Mrs. Bharti Rao. The whole class participated in it. They presented School’s history, news, quiz, interviews, jokes, enacted advertisements and sang a song. It was presented during break time and they presented a beautiful show. 

The School Weekly - 14th August 2017

Mera Bali
Rajeev Khandelwal, an Indian television and film actor, singer and host was born on 16th October 1975 in a Marwari family in Jaipur, Rajasthan. He is the second son of Lt. Col. C.L. Khandelwal (retired) and Mrs Vijay Laxmi Khandelwal He did his schooling from Kendriya Vidyalaya, Jaipur. He later earned a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from St. Xavier's College, Ahmedabad. In 2007, he adopted a five-year-old girl named Swati from an institute called Muskaan. Khandelwal got married to his long time girlfriend Manjiri Kamtikar on 7th February 2011. He has said he is an atheist but he is not against people who follow any religion.  As one of the most popular Indian television and film actors he has established a career in Hindi television shows and films. He is a recipient of many awards for his different performances. He started his acting career with the TV series, "Kya Hadsaa Kya Haqeeqat" (2002) where he played the negative lead in one of the stories. His first daily serial where he played the male lead is Kahiin To Hoga (2003-2005). After this he acted in many television shows which include Time Bomb 9/11 (2005), Sun Leyna (2006), Left Right Left (2007) to name a few. In 2008, he made his Bollywood debut with the film Aamir which proved to be a turning point in his career. Forth which he became part of many films like Shaitan (2011), Soundtrack (2011), Table No.21 (2013), Samrat & Co (2015) and others. Apart from acting he has hosted many reality shows which are Deal Ya No Deal, Sacch Ka Saamna, Super Cars and My Endeavour. In 2015, he returned to television with Sony TV's show Reporters. He currently stays at Goregaon, Mumbai, India. He started working with a Delhi based production house and also modeled for brands like LML, Green Label Whiskey, Videocon and many more. Subhash K. Jha of NDTV reviewed "his performance is so accomplished that he proves, not for the first time, that he's among the most engaging actorstoday. For the money, time and attention, he is the true rock star." Taran Adarsh added "Playing an emotionally unstable character is always taxing and an edgy journey for any actor, but Rajeev emerges triumphant with a bravura performance."

(ED: Editor, ADA: Ajaydeep Deora)
ED: What is your name?
ADA: My name is Ajaydeep Deora.
ED: What is your batch year?
ADA: My batch year is 2009.
ED: Who were your batch mates?
ADA: Darshan, Disha, Parul, Karishma, Surbhi, Vinay, Ravindrapal, Parikshit.
ED: Who was the Principal of that time?
ADA: Mrs. Parineeta Ranpal was the Principal of the time.
ED: Who was the favourite teacher of your time?
ADA: I have shared a very good bond and equation with almost all my teachers. But if I have to name a few, I would say Pinky Ma’am, Jatiya Ma’am, Parineeta Ma’am, Bharti Ma’am.
ED: Have you ever participated in any event, tournament?
ADA: I did not much participate in sports but I was a part of almost every Inter House event. I have also participated in Archery Tournament at regional level.
ED: Would you like to share any experience of school?
ADA: I have spent ten wonderful years at this school. Whatever I am today is because of what I learned here. There are memories of this school which I still cherish. All the love that I got here makes this school an integral part of my life and myself.
ED: Have you any memories which you want to share?
ADA: I would like to share some memories that when I was in Class X I was voted as the Head Girl of the school. That moment can never be forgotten. I was humble to be that the majority of the student voted for me. I believe that I was kind of popular among all the students.
ED: Would you like to give any message to the school, junior, friends, etc.
ADA: I would like to give the message that as learn as much as you can because this learning in school will be act as the foundation for all your upcoming events of life now and also in future.

Ms. Urmila Rathod was selected as the Teacher this Week for her sincerity towards teaching and always ready to take new responsibilities.
(ED: Editor, URE: Urmila Rathore)
ED: When do you join the school?
URE:  I  joined the school in 2009.
ED; Who was the Principal at that time?
URE:  Mrs. Parineeta Ranpal.
ED: What type of environment was there?
URE: The environment was cooperative and healthy.
ED: Which classes did you teach at first?
URE:: I taught Prep Class at first.
ED: What is your qualification?
URE: M.A, Bed.
ED: What do you expect from children?
URE: I expect from the children to be respectful, responsible and be a happy child.
ED: Have you taught in any school before Fabindia?
URE: No, I have not taught any school before Fabindia.
ED:  What message would you like to give to the students?
URE: I would like to give message to the students to listen to your elders and always think positive because positive thinking is most important key to success. Be a leader for your life, goal and future.

Ms.Jaya Munoyat M/O Arham Munoyat/ Nursery and Jainam Munoyat/ I was selected as the Parent this Week. She addressed the Assembly and related a story to the students in which she gave the message that all the Fabindians are Gems of Bali.
[ED: Editor, JM: Jaya Munoyat]
ED: What do you do?
JM: I am a housewife.
ED: How many of your wards are studying here?
JM: My two wards are studying here. Jainam Munoyat in Class I  and Arham Munoyat in Nursery.
ED: Have you achieved your goal?
JM: No, I have not achieved my goal. I wanted to become a lawyer but because of some circumstances I couldn’t complete my goal.
ED: What do you expect your children to do?
JM: They should work hard and study well and shine like a diamond. They should respect everyone.
ED: What do you expect from the school?
JM: I have lot of expectation from the school. They should encourage students and tell them about manners. It will be ok if they will not be good at studies but they should have manners.
ED: What message would you like to give the students?
JM: They should work hard and concentrate on studies. Time is money so they should not waste time and they should respect everyone.
ED: How did you like visiting the school?
JM: Very nice.
Maharaj Singh / XII Sc.Math was selected as the Student this Week for helpful and friendly behavior towards both juniors and seniors. He gave the message to the students to have courage as it overcomes all fear and leads to success. He told the students to change their stereotype mentality that Math is tough subject. He told the children to have positive thinking and change their mentality towards Math. Then they will be able to create interest in Math.
Happy Students, Happy Teachers
After reading the book "Is your Child ready to Face the World?" by Dr. Sibal for the LFIN Professional Development Program during  the summer vacation, I visualized and understood the psychology of students, and as an educator decided to utilise these valuable tips in the teaching-learning process.
Apart from regular Computer lessons, whenever I have a substitution lesson with any class, I have started getting my classes to the computer lab to let the students use the internet to access permissible sites, download relevant content, and save it in a folder. This has helped them in learning new tactics and using new software.
Different age groups enjoyed these free periods and started requesting the substitution in-charge to assign more periods (free) to me. The smaller kids who used the computers in the lab felt happy and excited, and enjoyed the simple activity of coloring of objects in MS Paint.
The older ones enjoyed as most of them never get a chance to search the internet, and thereby enjoyed surfing various educational sites. They happily collected the information that was useful to them and pertained to their interest, and shared their experiences with their parents and helped create a good image of the school.
The seniors students always try to obtain necessary information, learn new softwares and technology, download previous year board exam papers, and solve online test papers to check their level of preparation for the exam. They also discuss various new apps that can help them maximize the benefits of technology.
Trying to make my students happy really gives me a great sense of satisfaction and happiness. It has in turn helped me in communicating with my students better and improving their skills.-Usman Gani/ Educator 
Spread Happiness
Reading the book "Is Your Child Ready to Face the World?" by Dr. Anupam Sibal has been a very pleasant experience. I liked all the qualities explained in the book, but "Making Others Happy" has impressed me the most. I believe that it is a very important quality in order to improve the ethical standards of our children. The author describes how the students live happily in their own dream world and try to reconcile the world around them with it. 
Nowadays, students in a classroom increasingly need happiness as they are constantly experiencing a number of pressures relating to academics, parents and their peers. The result is stress, frustration, and anger. We can make them happy by listening to them and guiding them towards the joy that resides in sports, music, nature and art. 
When the students in my class spot clouds in the sky, they always demand to play or study outside. And though it is difficult to send them outside on a regular basis, a creative teacher can do that some times by asking them to maintain happiness and politeness in the classroom in return on other days.
A happy teacher can instil joy in the circumstances and the world of her students. A teacher can transform her classroom into a place as exciting as the Disneyland by teaching her students about values such happiness, love for nature, and sporting attitude. She can demonstrate to them the importance of having a zest for life despite its harsh realities.
I remember a boy named Ajaypal in class II who always used to sit quietly in the classroom. Whenever I asked him questions or went near him, he got upset and scared. He never participated in class activities. I decided to find the reason behind this behaviour in order to solve the problem. So, I ordered him to keep smiling regardless of his mood. After some days, he began turning into a happy and confident child. He even secured the 1st position in the Inter-House English Recitation Competition.
Through this incident, I learnt that a happy child never gives up hope. We should listen to them carefully, try to remove their unhappiness, and teach them with a positive approach. It is well understood that stressed and unhappy people never think positively and make mistakes in their tasks. Hence, being happy and positive is a necessary trait to lead a wholesome life.
I believe that real learning happens in a happy environment, so I will try to make my children happy to help them achieve better results, both in the classroom and beyond. -Urmila Rathore/ Educator 

Wednesday, 9th August: The School Football Team participated in Under 17 District Football Tournament organized at Bijova. They won first quarter final by 5-0 and second quarter final by 2-0. Their performance was fabulous. But unfortunately they lost in Semi-Finals by 2-1.The team played Hard-line and were able to secure third position.  Congratulations on their success.
Tuesday, 8th August- Friday, 11th August: Activity Week was organized in all subjects. Different activities were performed from Class II-X like role-playing, model-making, class magazine, practicals, crossword puzzle etc. Students happily participated in the activities and gave their best.

Saturday, 12th August: IH Science Quiz was organized for the students of Class VI-VIII. There were six participants from each house, two from each class. They had four rounds. Last round was rapid fire round. Students were prepared for the quiz and answered quickly and correctly. Mr. Mangilal Choudhary/ Parent gave away the certificates to the winner participants.

I Gandhi House
II Teresa House
III Raman House

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