The School Weekly - 11th December 2017

LEARNING FORWARD

MATHEMATICAL OPERATION

Addition, division, multiplication and subtraction.
These are the four mathematical operations.
If you are not good in these operations.
You are not good in calculation.
If you are not good in calculation.
You cannot solve simple mathematical problem.
Due to this problem you have tension.
Due to this tension you go to tuition.
But now a day’s tuition is a fashion.
So my dear student doesn’t go to tuition.
Take help from your teacher and, follow her instruction.
                                          --Suresh Negi/ Educator
ALUMNI
Vikram Modi (Batch 2012-13) studied at The Fabindia School. For his further studies he went to Ahmedabad. There he did M. Phrama from the Tantia University, Sri Ganganagar. Nowadays he is the CEO at the Sun Pharma Company. The message that he would like to give is that having small dreams and being afraid to fail is the antithesis of this advice, and it’s something many of us do, even though we may not want to admit it. The two go hand in hand, if you are too afraid of failing you’ll keep your dreams on a leash. But if you overcome that fear, and jump out there fully willing to completely fail, you free your mind to dream up new adventures and goals for your life. Failure comes with trying, and a life of not trying will not leave you satisfied, so it’s good to continually put yourself out there.
STAFF
Monday, 4th December: Staff had PDP Session on that day. Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi read out a thought ‘Compassion is Action from the book “Can We Teach a Zebra Some Algebra “by Debashis Chatterjee”. Mr. Krishen Gopal read out a thought "आपको हर दिन सोचना होगा कि अपने शिक्षण और सेवा को कैसे बेहतर बनाया जा सकता है ।" from the book "आइसक्रीम  मेकर" by सुबीर  चौधरी I Staff then discussed their opinions, gave their views and uploaded a writ up with graphics and photo in Alchemy of Learning. 
Staff wished Vimmy Rajpurohit a Happy Birthday. May God bless her and best wishes for her future.
Mrs Aysha Tak/ Educator was selected as Teacher this Week for her compassion and sincerity towards the students. She spoke few motivational words to the students. She said that there is no age bar to do any work. Nothing is impossible. If you make up your mind you can do any impossible thing at a small age also. She related a story to explain this fact to the students. In that story there were two boys one was of 10 years old and other was 6 years old.They both were best friends, one day they went in the jungle and suddenly 10 years old boy slipped in the well and then the 6 year old boy threw a bucket in the well and helped that boy to come out from the well. Because of his hard-work the boy came out and when the boys told the incident to their parents and villagers they did not believe them.Then the villagers and parents went to Rahim chacha and told him the story. Rahim said that it is a true story because he said in the forest there was no one to help, that's why the boys made impossible thing to possible by their hard work. 
Interview
(Ed.: Editor, ATK: Mrs. Aysha Tak)
ED: When did you join the school?
ATK:  I joined the school on 21st February 2009.
ED: Who was the Principal at that time?
ATK: The Principal at that time was Parineeta Ranpal.
ED: What type of environment was there?
ATK: The environment was eco-friendly and good.
ED: Which classes did you teach at first?
ATK: I taught Pre- Primary Classes.
ED:  What is your qualification?
ATK: BA, NTTE Training.
ED: Have you taught any school before Fabindia?
ATK: Yes, I have  taught in Vivek  and Noble School before Fabindia.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
ATK: Students should work hard to achieve their goal. 
SKILL
FRIENDSHIP
Friendship is the way of life to connect one person to another. People stay happy if they have strong friendship with people. Friend are very close to us. The only person friend is do close to us. We spent most of our time with our friend because we have a strong friendship with them. If we don't have friend we can't stay happy. -Tushar Diwakarl VIII A/ DH 

NATURE
Nature is one of our best friend because it helps people in many ways. As nature is essential for every living being. Without nature human being can't survive and without human nature can't survive. Human disturbs the nature for their greed of land,nature and many other resources. We have to save nature.-Meet Soni/ VIII A/ RH 
TREES
Trees are very good
Trees gives us food
Trees gives us wealth
Trees help us to maintain health
Trees are very nice
Because they are big in size
Trees are best
Weather is warm
They help to decrease harm
Trees - trees everywhere
Not cut tree anywhere
By the tree
We breathe free
Trees are very good
Because they gives us food.
- Meenakshi Choudhary/ VIII A/ TH
NEWS & EVENTS
Tuesday, 5th December: Pre Boards I for Class X started. In rest of the classes revision work is going on for UT III which is going to start in the commencing week.
 Friday, 8th December: The School is participating in the Inter School Debate Competition which is going to be organised by KSLP School, Falna on 20th December. The topic for the debate is 'No War, No Peace.' Our participants had a Skype Session with Mr. Vikram Sihag who is training them for the debate. He is giving them tips on how to give their best performance, how to rebut and also content for and against the motion. A very big thanks to Mr. Vikram for offering his support giving his precious time from his tight schedule. 
Saturday, 9th December: Bhumika Nagar/ XII was selected as the Student This Week for her best performance in Sports in the year round. She addressed the Assembly. She told the students that 'Practice makes a man perfect' not only in Sports but also Academics. If you need to achieve your goal you need to practice a lot.
Mr.Usman Gani gave a speech on the occasion of World Computer Literacy Day. He explained the students the importance of technology in present world. 
The School observed an Activity Day. They had Reading Project, GK Classes, Club and Society Meeting and Sports activity. Students enjoyed the day.


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