The School Weekly - 11th September 2017

Learning Forward
Change, For The Change
As we all know change is life, change of environment, change in child’s growth, and change of economy, are all part of our life. Why change is necessary? , It’s for the benefit of us. Today India is moving towards change in education system. New practices, patterns and experiments are made by educators. With the long time of experience educators have realized that skills, technology and vocational learning are important part of our education system. From the ancient time teachers have been one step ahead to the society, to lead the society to the right path. The role of teacher remains the same, but with new technology and new skills. -Gajendra Mewara/ Educator
Hardayal Singh Chouhan
Hardayal Singh Chouhan passed the school in 2010. Then he went to Jodhpur for his higher studies. He finished his XII Science/Math from Cambridge School, Jodhpur in 2012. Then he did his graduation and now is doing BTech from CTAE, Udaipur. He was a very sincere and brilliant student. His only passion in life is learning.
Wednesday, 6th September: Staff had a PDP Session with Chairman Mr. Sandeep Dutt. New changes in Level 03 was discussed. Update of PDP in the month of August was given. Presentations prepared by the Teachers to be uploaded in Google Drive. A new book in Hindi will be introduced for Level 3. Mr. Krishan Gopal will choose one from the three novels.
The Staff wished ‘Happy Birthday to Mr. Jaffar Khan. May God bless him and all his dreams come true.
Tuesday, 5th September: After Assembly students put up a small program for Teachers’ Day Celebrations. Show was anchored by Chanchal Choudhary/XI/ DH & Kirti Malviya/XI/DH. The show started by giving a token of appreciation by the students of primary section who were dressed up as their teachers and enacted their role. Speech was presented by Priyanka Choudhary/ XII/DH Mansi Choudhary /IX/DH, Dhawan Choudhary/V/TH and students of Primary section mesmerized everyone with their beautiful dance performance.
The students of Class IV did gymnastic stunts. Class XI girls performed a beautiful dance. Compliments were given to teachers with a token of appreciation by Class XI and XII. Games like Bombay to Goa, Passing the Parcel were played. After the school got over, teachers were shown a PPT made by Class XI in the Staff Room which was followed by the cutting of the cake. Then the Teachers had lunch and dance party at Hotel Mana and a silver coin was gifted to them as a token of appreciation.
Thank you Class XI and XII students for organizing such a rewarding program for teachers! Teachers looked thrilled at the attention they received.
Thank you Principal Ma’am and Chairman Sir for making the day!
Compliments given to Teachers:
SDT: A good teacher is like a candle it consumes itself to light the way of others.
RSG: A great principal builds character inspires dreams, encourages creativity builds confidence, and instills a lot of learning. Touches our heart and changes our lives forever. And we think that you will be the one who will fulfill our dreams or make our dreams come true.
BJH: You are not open to many people, you are usually quiet and you don’t really like attention. So, if you like enough to show us real you must be very special.
BRO: Without you we would have been lost you are like our mother. Thank you Bharti Ma’am for guiding us, inspiring us and making us what we are today.
AVI: You are the best teacher who teaches from heart not from the book.
KDE: Sahi kya hain galat kya hain, yeh sabak sikhate hain aap, juth kya hain sach kya hain, yeh baat samjhate hain aap, jab sujhata nhi kuch bhi, raaho ko saral banate hain aap.
PRD: You teach attention which is divided by added distraction, multiply your mental traction by doing a bit of simple subtraction.
SNI: You may not teach us hoe to add love or minus hate. But you give us every reason to hope that your every problem has a solution.
KSA: You are the one who teaches and show us world as a global village, a world without boundaries, there is no caste, no religious we all are together and one. So, thank you for showing us the world in different ways.
UGI: A teacher is the one compass that activates the magnets of curiosity, knowledge and wisdom of technology in the students.
RRE: Aapse hi sikha aapse hi jaana, aap hi ko humne guru maana seekha hain sab kuch aapse hi humne kalam ka Matlab aapse hi jaana.
SVI: A teacher’s purpose is not to create students in his own image, but to develop students who can create their own image. So, the teacher is none other than Sharmila ma'am who supported  and motivated us a lot.
MVV: We found guidance, friendship, discipline and love everything, in one person and that person is Monika Ma'am.
ICN: By doing what you love, you inspire and awaken the heart of others.
URE: You are the best teacher who show us where to look but don't tell us what to see. So, U are the best teacher Urmilla Ma'am.
GME: You know you’re a teacher when you remember the names of 427 formers students but you can't remember where you left your phone.
VRT: You are the one who taught us life is like a camera, focus on what is important capture the good times, develop from the negative and if things don't worn out than take another shot.
KRO: A teacher takes a hand, opens a mind, and touches a heart.
KDA: From homework to detention, from advice to inspiration everything you're been has pumped us up with motivation. So, thanks for planting the seeds of knowledge.
KDI: You love your job, it shows your students love you, too thank you for being a great teacher.
UPR: You are the one who teaches us to paint the lessons of life on the canvas of our heart. So, we so lucky to have a teacher like you.
ATK: You are the one who sees each child as a child and not a diagnosis. You see your class as individual not as a drawer of case files.
TMA: We may not remember everything you said but we will always remember how special you made us feel. So, thank you so much for supporting and inspiring us.
VKR: For the world you may be just a teacher but for your students you are star.
ZKN: If you able to read than thank a teacher. But if tou can find something to search than thank a library teacher. Because he is only the one who force us to read books instead of doing time pass in the library.
PDI(Music): A good teacher is like a good entertainer who must hold his audiences than he can teach his lessons.
MJL(Physics): You guided us when we lost in physics. You supported us when we were weak in our basics. You helped us by making the concepts interesting, so, thank you so much sir.
PDI(Chemistry): Think like a proton and stay positive because if we think like a electron it can spoil the life or there is no hope.
MCN(Biology): "Experience is the best teacher" but for us having you as our teacher is the best Experience.
NMA: The way you teach the knowledge you share, the care you take. The clove you showed makes you a world's best teacher. 
VPR: Life is like an account even it's hard to be balanced we still try to make it balance no matter what you take the credit we process the debit 
SSD: We are so glad because you are the one who is always there for us when we need someone to really guide us. So, thank you so much for being always for us and for your great support.
SKS: An hard teacher is the one who test first than listen afterwards.
PNG: A good education is like an saving account the more you put into it, the richer you are.
KSH: Happy teacher's day sir and thank you for your great support.
SBS: Happy teacher's day sir and thank you for your great support.
Friday, 8th September: The school organized an educational trip to Ahmedabad for three days from Friday to Sunday. Seventy students of Class VIII-XII escorted by six teachers went for the trip. They boarded Intercity from Falna Railway station at 9.40 AM. They reached Ahmedabad by 4.30 PM. The group visited the Kankariya Lake.where the children enjoyed  rides like Fire ride, Star ride, Train ride etc. The students had fun on rides. Then they checked in the hotel at 9.00 PM. After dinner they went to sleep. Next day after breakfast they visited MK Gandhi’s Sabarmati Ashram. From there they went to ISRO where they saw how satellites were designed and launched. Then they visited Science City. The group had lunch there and visited Akshardham, Gandhinagar. The day ended with dinner and DJ Party. Then on Sunday returned back home at 4.30 PM. The students enjoyed a lot and wanted to extend their trip
Reading books on science, commerce, arts, medicine, management, computers, education, law, engineering, history, architecture, etc. produces only book worms. For having enlightened citizen for a better world-order, we should encourage educational tours in our schools and colleges and thus develop the personalities of the young boys and girls. Education tours gives us pleasures too. It breaks the monotony of life and fills the mind with joy. Moreover, travelling teaches it’s to bear hardship, and this is a good training for success in the struggle of life. The trip was enjoyable and memorable for the students. -Anumesh Rao/ IX/GH
Saturday, 9th September: An educational trip to Kumbalgarh was organized by the school on Saturday 9th September. We started our journey at 8:50 AM by bus from school. A group of 118 students accompanied by nine teachers with three peons went for the trip. The students were from Class V-XI.  Educational trip of such kind give the students a chance to build closer bonds with other students and the chance to build and experience a new environment. Students played football and tennis in the park of Fort. They enjoyed a lot. The most beautiful part of the trip was the visit to Fort. Its breathtaking splendor cast a spell over the students. As god is to bestow nature’s beauty, man’s hand is here to create wonderful pieces of art and architecture. We reached school in the evening at 6:20 PM. Educational trips like these are certainly very important for the overall development of students. It breaks the monotony of life, fills the mind with joy and makes learning an enjoyable experience. This trip was an enjoyable and an enriching experience not only for the students but also for the teachers.- Suresh Negi/ Educator

The school organized an educational trip for classes II-IV to Pavapuri. The students visited Jain temple there. There were seven teachers and 65 students who boarded the bus to go to Pavapuri. Some games were also organized for students like antrakshri, hide and seek. The school distributed some fruits, snacks, chocolates and juice to the students. They enjoyed a lot at Pavapuri. They reached school at 5:54 PM. Students were dropped on their respective stops by the buses. -Ishu Chouhan/ Educator. 

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