The School Weekly, December 24th 2018

STUDENT: Daxita Sirvi / Vl was selected as the Student this Week. She shared her views on co-curricular activities which helps in the overall development of a child. She said that it is very important and we all should actively participate in all the activities. 

EDUCATOR: Ms Kusum Dangi was selected as the Educator this Week. She shared her views on motivation and told the story of Thomas Elva Edison that how his teachers demotivated him but his mother supported him and he became a good scientist and the moral of the story was never demotivate a person in your life.

(ED: Editor, CS: Captain Singh Jodha)
ED: Which was your batch year?
CS: 2011-12
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them.
CS: I participated in all kinds of Sports activities.
ED: Which was your favourite spot in the school?
CS: In the School my favourite spot was the Football ground.

ED: What are you doing these days?
CS: These days I am running my own business of clothing.
ED: What are your qualifications?
CS: I have completed my B.Com
ED: What have you learnt from The Fabindia School?
CS: I have learnt many important values of life like discipline, respect for everyone, etc.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
CS:  Whatever time I had spent in the school, all of that was my precious memory.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
CS: Study hard and achieve your goals.

PARENT: Ms Rekha Solanki M/O Charmi Solanki/ Nursery was selected as the Parent this Week. She addressed the students and praised the school activities and environment.

STAFF: Staff had LFIN Saturday in which My Good School Session, PLP Session, Fedena, Brewing Knowledge and School Development Program was conducted by their respective in charges.

Cycling and Awareness Rally was organised for the students of Class V - XII in which the slogans were "Education is the birthright of all" and "Empower the girl child through Education"
Monday, 17th December: The cycling students accompanied the students who took out an Awareness Rally in Bali. Street Play was enacted by the students to educate people about the importance of Education. The students gave the message to educate everyone and to empower the girl child through education.

Tuesday,18th December- Thursday, 20th December: Cycling, Awareness Rally and Street Play students went to other villages like Bijapur, Bhatund, Sewari, Boya, Barwa,  Lunawa, Latara, Sadra, Radawa, Kot, Mundara and Bhitwara. They covered all the villages around the School. There too students gave the message to the villagers to educate everyone and to empower the girl child through education. All their teachers, Principal and Ms Swati Sood escorted the students.

Friday, 21st December: Class III-V put up a Nativity Tableau on Christmas celebrations. The school saw Christmas Father too jingle-a-ling while students sat watching the play. He hugged, shook hands and gave presents to wish all a Merry Christmas! After the skit the students of Pre Primary- II gave a group dance performance. The students of Class II- V sang Christmas Carols. Then the students enjoyed the day by dancing with their classmates and teachers. Chocolates were distributed to all.

Saturday, 22nd December: Parent Teacher Meeting was organised. Only some parents attended the PTM. Mark-sheets and answer sheets of UT IV were shown to the parents.
Pre Board I was conducted for Board Classes, X & XII.
The School is closed for Winter Vacations from 22nd December to 6th January 2019. We will be back with more news and views on 14th January 2019. The School Weekly wishes its readers A Merry Christmas and A Very Happy New Year. Keep smiling and keep healthy.

Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal,, Ms Swabhi Parmar, Mr Jafar Khan, Harsha Suthar, Anumesh Rao, Ipshita Rathore, Archana Koratkar, Meenakshi Choudhary, Vinita Sirvi, Charu Vaishnav,  Rohit Vaishnav & Ronak Devda.

The School Weekly - 17th December 2018

EDUCATOR: Ms. Aysha Tak was selected as the Educator this Week. She shared her views on how to care for each other, our parents, our classmates and shared a story on caring.
 (ED: Editor, DC: Divya Singh Chouhan)
ED: Which was your batch year?
DC: 2012-13
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them.
DC: I participated in all kinds of dance events, on Sports Day, Rangoli Competitions, Extempore, etc.
ED: Which was your favourite spot in the school?
DC: Every corner of the School may it be the stage or the Assembly ground or some other place, all of them were my favourite.
ED: What are you doing these days?
DC: These days I am working as a teacher at Central Academy, Jodhpur.
ED: What are your qualifications?
DC: I am Masters in English Literature and I am pursuing B.Ed.
ED: What have you learned from The Fabindia School?
DC: Whatever I am today, I am because of my School and whatever I learnt it is taught by the School
ED: What are your memories of the School?
DC: In my memories I remember the punishments of standing in front of Principal ma’am’s office.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
DC: I know when we are at School, we don’t like to go to school but after passing from the school we miss it a lot so, value whatever you have today because it will not come again.

GRANDPARENT THIS WEEK: Mr. Lekhraj Rao GP/O Divyani Rao/VII & Nidhi Rao/IV was selected as the Grandparent this Week. He shared that Grandparent Day is celebrated on the 1st Sunday of September. He expressed that world wide its celebrated once a year whereas The Fabindia School celebrates it every week. This celebration is very liberating for us to share our experiences with students & staff.
He guided students to be self reliant and self-dependent. He shared his secret of success; love & respect for elders take us a long way.
[ED- Editor, LS: Lekhraj Singh]
ED: How many of your wards are studying here?
LS: My two grandchildren Divyani Rao/ VII and Nidhi Rao/IV study here.
ED: What do you expect from your children?
LS: I want my grand children to have their overall development and inculcate moral values which will help them in their future.
ED:  Have you achieved your goal?
LS: Yes, I have achieved my goal. I have achieved success due to my hard work and have achieved many awards both at National, State and District Level. I have also received the most devoted teacher award. I am a retired Head Master from Govt. Secondary School
ED: What do you expect from the school?
LS: I expect from school that school should organize many quiz competitions so that students get more knowledge and school should give lots of homework so that students may become self dependent and do their work on their own
Would you like to visit this school again?
ED: Yes, I would like to visit  the school again and again.
LS: What message would you like to give to the students?
ED: Students should learn a lot in their life, they should be more creative and they should make their family and school proud of them. They should be self reliant and self dependent.

STAFF: Ms. Kritika Rao and Mrs. Ayesha Tak visited IGNCA Bal Jagah near Delhi to attend the Librarians Masterclass "Making the Library Come Alive! - Using Art as a Tool."
 Librarians and teachers from different schools visited the place.They attended sessions of making a story book through pictures, diagrams, map-making, writing and design, collaboration through telling, narrating and enacting the story and reflection They learnt how to make the library come alive using art as a tool. They also created a story book using pictures, sounds and videos.

 Friday, 14th December- Saturday, 15th December: Two days night camp was organised on the school campus for the students of Classes IV- IX. They had bonfire and around it they sang songs, danced, chanted shloaks and narrated stories. Next morning, adventurous activities were organised by Mr. Prabhu Prajapati and Mr. Girish Kumar( Scouts and Guides Instructor). Various activities were held like Commando Walk,Tire Tunnel, River Crossing, Tarzan Swing, Knots Ladder, Blindfold Walk, Zigzag,etc. In the evening, they had story telling and personality development session. They exhibited leadership qualities and teamwork. They also learnt helping each other, sharing and caring.

Report of the Night Camp
My school organized a two day night camp for the students of class IV, V, VI , VII, VIII and IX. The camp was organized from 14th December’18 to 16th December’18. This camp was indeed a very innovative way to make students learn and get experience.
On 14th December, we stayed back in school after giving our last unit test. First we made groups and named ourselves. I was in the Fear Fighter group At night, we had camp-fire. It was an indescribable experience. There was bonfire and it was surrounded with chairs. Students were singing, dancing, and showing their talents in many ways. I learnt to take responsibility of children as we were the senior most. We managed the students. The camp was unforgettable.
After the camp fire, we had great fun in our room. We had pillow fight; we were not able to sleep because of excitement. We slept late in night and woke up early. We had break-fast. After that Prabhu Sir and Girish Sir who are from Scouts and Guides trained us to be self discipline and self responsible. I learnt discipline, self responsibility. They organized adventurous tasks for us. There were seven such adventurous tasks. I learnt to balance myself, my ability, my potential towards the tasks. 
In the evening we had Personality Development session in which I learnt how personality shapes our behaviour and how we should be courteous and respect others. At night we danced and then went to sleep. Next Morning we arranged everything and returned home with a lot of learning.- Archana Koratkar/ IX.

Thursday, 13th December- Saturday, 15th December: The school participated in Under 17 Cricket Tournament held in Delhi escorted by Coach Mr. Tarun Mishra and Team Manager Mr. Jaffar Khan with 16 players. They played two matches. One was against Australian Cricket Club and the other one was against Vikas Puri Cricket Club.

Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal,, Ms Swabhi Parmar, Mr Jafar Khan, Harsha Suthar, Anumesh Rao, Ipshita Rathore, Archana Koratkar, Meenakshi Choudhary, Vinita Sirvi, Charu Vaishnav,  Rohit Vaishnav & Ronak Devda.

The School Weekly - 10th December 2018

STUDENT: Yamini Rathore/ VI was selected as the Student this Week. She shared her views on the role of teacher in a student's life. She told to respect teachers and love them for all their efforts. She shared her views that "Teachers play an important role in our life. Apart from our parents, they also shape our lives, our future by giving us knowledge and moral values. Teachers can really impact on the lives of many children especially when they leave a good impression on them. However,  inspite of the meaningful role teachers play in the lives of pupils. Some children disrespect them, which l feel is completely wrong .And unexpected because some time we get punished for mistakes we make but we have to understand that their small punishment or scolding can save us from making a big mistake in life. They scold us because they care about us and they don't want us to do anything which is harmful for us. They guide us and support us, except for our parents no one can be happier than them on our success. So, we should respect them, obey them and make them proud."

EDUCATOR: Ms. Usha Panwar was selected as the Educator this Week. She shared her views on the ways of handling pressure. She suggested the students to stay calm and utilize their time wisely.

ALUMNI: Darshan Rajpurohit joined school in 2008 and left school in 2014 after passing his X Board with flying colours. He went to Kapil Gyanpeeth School, Jaipur. He did his coaching from Allen Career Institute, Kota. He appeared for NEET and passed his examination with good marks . Nowadays he is doing his Doctorate in Veterinary Science from Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner.   

PARENT: Ms. Sajjan Kunwar m/o Komal Kunwar/ VII was selected as the Parent this Week. She shared her views and suggested the students to work hard as they have got the opportunity to study in The Fabindia School. She wished that all the students should soar high up and be meritorious.  

[Editor: ED, Sajan Kanwar: SK]
ED: How many wards are studying here?
SK: My one ward is studying here. 
ED: What do you expect from your ward?
SK: I want that my child should become an executive and achieve a lot in her life.
ED: What do you expect from the school?
SK: I want teachers should focus on every student and every student of The Fabindia School should soar high up and be a meritorious student.
ED: Do you like our school?
SK: I love this school because I like the environment of the school. 
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
SK: I want to tell all the students that they should work hard and make their parents and school proud.
ED: Have you achieved your goal?
SK: I haven't achieved anything, but I want my child to achieve her goals and whatever she desires.

Triangular Friendship
We are three,in a group.
Sides are three,in a triangle.
Triangle is a polygon,we are a protective zone,for each other.
Triangle need three elements be ,to be congruent.
We need three friends to,create triangular friendship. 
Triangle is only found,when we join three vertices.
And triangular friendship is only  found,when three friends get bound with each other. 
If two creates problems,third solves the problem.
That's why,the group of three friends,is always the best.
Vinita Sirvi/ IX B/ GH 

Monday, 26th November: Revision work was going on for UT III the whole week which is going to start in the commencing week.

Saturday, 8th December: The students write stories/ poems every month on Launchora. One story/ poem is selected every month  and  the student is given a prize of 52 cards. November poem of Vinita Sirvi / IX was selected. The title of her poem was Triangular Friendship.

Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal,, Ms Swabhi Parmar, Mr Jafar Khan, Harsha Suthar, Anumesh Rao, Ipshita Rathore, Archana Koratkar, Meenakshi Choudhary, Vinita Sirvi, Charu Vaishnav,  Rohit Vaishnav & Ronak Devda.

The School Weekly - 3rd December 2018

STUDENT: Sayyogita Ranawat/VII was selected as Student this Week. for her leadership and responsible behavior during Scouts and Guides Camp.She explained the Essence of togetherness and quoted "Together we can bring a change and working together is success."  She shared her views that "School makes us able to complete all the responsibility and do something in our life. This is the beauty of School because alone I can think but together we can talk. Alone I can smile but together we can laugh. Alone I can enjoy but together we can celebrate. School connects us with each other. You know that school educational training is like a water which has no shape, no colour and no taste,but still it is very important for life and without education, life is like a moonless sky. At last I would like to quote "रात नहीं ख्वाब बदलते हैं /मंजील नहीं कारवा बदलता है/जजबा रखो जीतने कयोंकि किस्मत  बदले या ना बदले पर वक्त जरूर बदलता है ".

EDUCATOR: Mr. Jafar Khan was selected as Educator this Week. He shared his views on development of confidence. He beautifully expressed the quote " Never lose confidence in your heart and try to terminate all the problems from your path." He shared some of the incidents of his school life that how he used to pay his fee on his own and motivated the students a lot to be confident.

       (ED: Editor, AP: Anurag Puri)
ED: Which was your batch year?
AP: 2012-13
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them.
AP: Yes, I have participated in Annual day functions and all types of Sports events.
ED: Which was your favorite spot in the school?
AP: In the school my favorite spot was that tree in the middle of the school.
ED: What are you doing these days?
AP: These days I am working as an assistant lawyer in Pali.
ED: What are your qualifications?
AP: I have completed B.COM and nowadays I am pursuing LLB.
ED: What have you learnt from The Fabindia School?
AP: I have learnt Leadership skills and Public Speaking qualities from the Fabindia School.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
AP: In my memories I remember the sports day events and trekking trips.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
AP: Study hard and achieve your goals.

STAFF: Staff had a meeting on Thursday, 25th November where they discussed on the criteria of KRA Sheet and feedback regarding Annual Function was given.
Staff wished Ms. Rajeshwari Rathore a 'Happy Birthday'. May God bless her and best wishes for her future. 

Saturday, 24th November- Tuesday, 27th November: Eighteen students of Class VI-X escorted by Ms. Sharmila Vijayvargi and Mr. Tarun Mishra participated in Scouts and Guides Camp which was organised at Kot Baliyan. Twenty one other schools participated in the Camp. A
number of activities on service and discipline were carried out. Awareness Rally and Campfire was organised. Dhawan Choudhary/ VI participated in the cultural program and he was rewarded. Sayyogita Ranawat/VII shared her experiences and she too was rewarded. During the activities the students learnt to collaborate, communicate and do their work independently.  

Saturday, 1st December:My Good School Saturday had six lessons .In first lesson all the children discussed about the current GK question with their class teachers. After that cleanliness drive was organized as their service project. In third lesson all the students went to various skill departments where they have learnt art and craft, dance, music IT skill etc. In next lesson to enhance their reading and creativity skill they had reading and writing lesson. During last lesson all had their most enjoyable time with sports activities and matches.

Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal,, Ms Swabhi Parmar, Mr Jafar Khan, Harsha Suthar, Anumesh Rao, Ipshita Rathore, Archana Koratkar, Meenakshi Choudhary, Vinita Sirvi, Charu Vaishnav,  Rohit Vaishnav & Ronak Devda.

The School Weekly - 26th November 2018

STUDENT: Himanshu Suthar/ XI was selected as the Student this Week for  creating a website for the School and putting extra efforts in Computer Exhibition. He is a talented student. He has made a new website in HTML. He says"Making a website is not an easy work .It needs lot of efforts and practice."The name of his website is 'Universe '.Till now it has not published, but soon it will be published on internet.
EDUCATOR: Mr. Tarun Mishra was selected as the Educator this Week. He shared his views on the importance of motivation to choose an appropriate career. He told students to find their hidden talents and make their talent as their profession. He illustrated the topic with the help of a "talent chart" which motivated the students to find their talents on their own
 (ED: Editor, KC: Krishna Choudhary)
ED: Which was your batch year?
KC: 2014-15
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them.
KC: Yes, I participated in debate, athletics, script competitions, annual day etc.
ED: What was your favorite spot in the school?
KC: In the school my favorite spot was the Basketball Court.
ED: What are you doing these days?
KC:These days I am pursuing my B.Tech. in Civil Engineering.   
ED: What have you learnt from The Fabindia School?
KC: It is The Fabindia School that has boosted my confidence as well as my knowledge. Today with whom ever I talk with, asks me only one one thing, 'How have you boosted your confidence level?' And  my answer is that it is only because of what I have learnt in Fabindia School.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
KC: In my memories I remember that I used to prepare children for dance and enjoy with my friends.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
KC: Worth the opportunity of being in The Fabindia School and work hard and prepare well to reach your goals. Enjoy each and every moment of your School life because they will never come back. 
Staff congratulated and wished Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi and Mrs. Sharmila Vijaywargi on their 26th Wedding Anniversary. Staff wished Ms. Prerna Rathod a Happy Birthday. May God bless her and best wishes for her future.
Monday, 19th November: School Timings changed according to Winter timings. Students got back to their regular studies. Educators teaching Board classes are busy in completing their syllabus.
Saturday, 24th November: School observed My Good School Saturday. They had activities like dance, music, sports, computer, reading, creative writing etc. Class IX and XII observed regular academic time table. In the last lesson they had a friendly match.

The School Weekly - 19th November 2018

(ED: Editor, CV: Chirag Vaishnav)
ED: Which was your batch year?
CV: 2012-13
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them.
CV: Yes, I have participated in Talent Competitions (mimicry of actors), drama, Football and handball matches (Inter House).
ED: Which was your favorite spot in the school?
CV: My favorite spot was that tree in the middle of the school        ground .
ED: What are you doing these days?
CV: I  worked as SME (Subject Matter Expert), a trainer at Intellect Global services, Mumbai  (2016 to 2018) and currently have joined the family business in Umbrella Industry,  Falna (Raj).
ED: What are your qualifications?
CV: I have done BMS (Bachelor in Management Studies) and have completed MCom. and am pursuing LLB
ED: What have you learned from The Fabindia School?
CV: The things that  I have learned are social skills, respect, self-worth, empathy and realizing my own potential. On the sports field, I have learnt about winning and losing graciously because of the teachers who believed in me, I also learnt that I was capable of more than I thought and the most important thing that I obtained is the power of communication.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
CV: There are endless memories of the School. Some best memories like taking unnecessary breaks for washroom and water, hiding behind friends when teachers asked questions, counting the number of people before knowing which paragraph you would be reading, Byju sir scolding every time as we used to play tic tac toe in the last bench and telling “Both of you get out of my class”.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
CV: These are the best days of your life, enjoy each and every moment because these days are not going to come back, study well and follow your dream. Good luck
CV: I truly, deeply thank Fabindia School for shaping into the person I am today. Proud to be a Fabindian.

The School felicitated Mr. Nimendra Singh and Mr. Karanveer Adha who graced the Annual Day Occasion with their presence.
Mr. Nimendra Singh (1993-1998) passed out from The Fabindia School in 1998. Then he went to Kota and did his 12th from Modern Sen. School. Then he did his Electrical Engineering from Jaipur Engineering College, Kukas, Jaipur. After he finished his engineering he became Lecturer in JE College, Kukar. He became Junior Engineer in 2007 in RRVUNL. He was promoted as Assistant Engineer in 2017 and posted at Sirohi. Nowadays he is Feeder Manager, Assistant Engineer at Jdvvnl, Falna. He says that you should always dream, for dream comes true. 

Karanveer Singh Adha/ X / 2010-11
student of The Fabindia School, Bali graduated from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He has been awarded a Special Scholarship by the German Government for doing Ph.D. in Integrated Optoelectronics and Electronic device for broadband digital to analog conversion at the Braunschweig University of Technology in Germany. The Scholarship Fund is about 32975 Euro annually that is about 28 Lakh rupees. While studying his Ph.D. he will also do research on integrated Optoelectronics device point, broadband, and digital tools analog.
Wednesday, 14th November: Children's Day was celebrated in school. Students came in casual uniform. Staff put up a small program for the students. Female staff gave a dance performance. Mr. Jafar Khan gave a motivational speech to the students. Male staff gave a dance performance on students' demand. Mr.Kishore Kumar, Mr. Abhay Singh & Mr. Tarun Mishra mesmerized all with their melodious voice. Mr. Hemant Birawat, Dance Teacher presented an incredible dance performance. Then the students played and danced with their friends and teachers followed by snacks for everyone. In the second half of the day, students continued their annual day practices and exhibition work. 

Thursday, 15th November: Grand Rehearsal took place that day. The students came to school at 1.00 PM. Then at 3.30 PM, first Exhibitions rehearsal was conducted which was followed by the Cultural Program which continued till 8.00 PM and then the students returned home.

Friday, 16th November: School celebrated its 26th Annual Day. The Board Members, Exhibition Chief Guest Mr. Bhopal Singh(BDO), SMC Members and Parents arrived at 4:00 PM and went around the exhibitions. High Tea for the guests was followed by the inauguration of the Annual Day Exhibitions at 4.30 PM.
EXHIBITIONS: The concept of the Exhibitions was on My Good School Philosophy. My Good School Exhibition focused on Skill from its 4S-Service, Skill, Sport & Study.
The exhibition started with the Lighting of the lamp.
John L. Bissell Block housed the Art and Craft Exhibition, Science Exhibition, and Commerce Exhibition.
The area between John L. Bissell and Bimla Nanda Bissell Block was housed by English and Hindi Literary Society where they enacted skits and exhibited their acting skills
Bimla Nanda Bissell Block housed Photography Exhibition and
Primary Section Exhibition. 
Surana Block housed Primary Section Exhibition in which they exhibited their Conversation and Story Telling Skills
Hendon Chubb Block housed  Organic Farming
The area between Learning Resource Centre and Mathew Horvitz Block housed Scouts and Guides who exhibited the skills that they learned in their sessions.
Learning Resource Centre housed Computer Department, Maths Tutorial Society, Quiz Club, Publication Society & Professional Learning Program.
Chief Guest Mr. Bhopal Singh, Board Members, SMC Members and Parents went around the exhibition at great length and deeply admired the hard work of the students.
Annual Day started with the School Song. School Orchestra gave an awe-inspiring performance.
Head Girl Muskan Rathod welcomed the Chief Guest. The School expressed their wholehearted gratitude by felicitating their Chief Guest Mr. Bhaskar Bishnoi (SDM), Guests Mr. Bhopal Singh(BDO), Mr. Lakhmaram Choudhary, Municipal Chairman, Special Guest Mr. Inder Raj Bhandari, Brig. Karan Singh, SMC Chairman and Board Members Mr. Sandeep Dutt, School Executive Director & Chairman of the Bhadrajun Artisans Trust, Mrs. Anjana Batra, Mr. Ravi Kaimal, Ms. Poonam Singh Chauhan, Mr. Nimendra Singh(Alumni) and Mr. Karanveer Singh Adha( Alumni). Principal Mrs. Rajeshree Shihag presented the Annual Report and School achievements.   
The Cultural Show started with a dance by Pre-Primary- II and they presented a mind-blowing dance performance. SDM Mr. Bhaskar Bishnoi, Mr. Sandeep Dutt, Mr. Ravi Kaimal addressed the gathering and spoke a
few words of encouragement to the students. The
the theme of the concert was ‘Rishtey’ a call for human being depicting the importance of humanism in one’s life, peace, harmony, unity in diversity. The concept of one God, world is my village वसुधेव कुटुकंभ, people involved in humanitarian work like Mother Teresa etc. The entire theme was around human values and standing for each other, looking at the various aspects of relations in life and understanding their importance at various stages. . Students performed dances and dialogues based on the theme. The Concert ended with the Grand Finale and Vote of Thanks by Manmanvendra Singh, Head Boy. 

Trophies of Excellence for the year 2018-19  
· Trophy for Excellence in Service: Manmanvendra Singh
·  Trophy of Excellence in Skill: Suryaveer Singh 
· Trophy of Excellence in Sport: Lalkar Singh
· Trophy of Excellence in Study: Muskan Rathod
·   Parineeta Ranpal’s English Proficiency Prize: Kirti Malviya  
             Congratulations to all the Winners!
Saturday, 18th November: The School observed a holiday. 

                            Principal’s Annual Day Report 16th November 2018
   OVERVIEW 2018
This report was prepared with a reflective spirit ­ looking back on our accomplishments to date, while also sharing recent activity in a variety of key organizational domains.

“The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence.” –Rabindranath Tagore

We worry about what our child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today. To celebrate the journey of learning we embraced the My Good School program.

My Good School Program for schools helps empower students by creating an environment for the personal and social development of an individual. By subscribing to our philosophy of quality in education, offering an environment where experiential learning is made possible through activities beyond just study brings to life learning that would otherwise be theoretical and uncoordinated.

The Four S’s (Service, Skill, Sports, and Study) play a great role in our journey of learning.

The first S­ SERVICE: Service learning is a spin on both community service and project based learning, it’s important for students to understand their important role in a community. Service learning projects can be life changing for students. They learn empathy for others, and may even get the real life experience they need which will inspire them to find a career. Through helping others students may find that they want to go into the human services field or even go more global by joining the Peace Corps.
To develop the Service skills we do; Community Outreach programs
       Organic Farming
       Environment Awareness Rallies

    Cleanliness Drive
    Educating Community
    Green School Audit Program

SKILL: About 90 per cent of employment opportunities require vocational skills. Only 20 percent of our graduates get employed. The rest are unable to get suitable employment due to the lack of employable skills. In general, apart from the core subject expertise, some of the prominent employable skills that employers seek are:

    communication skills (verbal and written)
    attitude towards work
    lifelong learning
    problem solving
    stress management
    technology/IT skills

Integration of skill development into education is essential for skilling to give wings to children. Skill development will remain a dream if carried out in isolation through skill centres alone. It has to be imparted in schools alongside academics hence we conduct:

    Inter House Competitions
    Annual Day
    Inter Class Competitions
    Bookaroo English Literature Festival was organised at the school
    We stood First at the Patriotic Dance Competition organised at the Government High School, Bali
    The brilliant young girls Muskan Rathod and Devika Choudhury got an opportunity to experience the Values based leadership programme at The Shri Ram Ananta Aspen Leadership School this summer.
    Our students got acknowledgements at the Heritage Girls School, IIMUN
    For writing skills, children were exposed to Launchora ‘Creative Skill Development Program’ aimed at helping students to discover and develop their creativity through storytelling. Fifty Eight students published their stories on Launchora.
    Our students participated at the Silver Jubilee Commemorative Young Thinkers Conclave 2018 at Mayo Girls School, Ajmer.
    Vinita Sirvi got 3rd position in Extempore Competition amongst 24 schools
    Divya Chundawat and Muskan Rathod got Best Critic Choice Award in script writing amongst 19 schools
    And the new addition to our skill development program is; our students have enrolled themselves for the National Scouts and Guides program.

SPORTS & STUDY: They resemble the two sides of the same coin. If sports education is carried out accompanied with the academic curriculum, the overall personality of the student is increased to quite an extent. The qualities of the leadership, sharing, team spirit and tolerance are learnt from sports. Sports education not only teaches the students to maintain the physical stamina, but also the habit of obedience, discipline,

Opportunities are created to keep children evolved with sports and study by conducting:
Inter House Competitions Inter School Competitions District Competitions State Level Competitions Exchange Programs
Project/ Experimental Study Outdoor Education
Literary Week
Student Led Conferences

Some of the achievements are:
    We stood First at the Republic Day Parade at Government High School, Bali.
    We participated at the Under 19 District Cricket Tournaments: Icchuk Soni of class XII was selected to represent State Level Cricket Tournament.
    Our team participated at the Under 14 District Cricket Tournaments
    Football team participated at the CBSE Clusters
    Athletics teams represented at the Districts
    Under 17 Football Tournament; Parikshit of class XI was selected to represent State Level Football Tournament.
    U 17 Girls Football Team participated at the Heritage Girls School at the Women's Soccer Tournament

Outcomes of the My Good School  

What we achieve while following the philosophy of MY GOOD SCHOOL! To validate our philosophy we would like to share few success stories of our ex­students of The Fabindia School.
               Karanveer Singh Adha [2010­11] student of The Fabindia School, Bali graduated from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. He has been awarded a Special Scholarship by the German Government for doing PHD in Integrated Optoelectronics and Electronic device for broadband digital to analog conversion at Braunschweig University of Technology in Germany. The Scholarship Fund is about 32975 Euro annually that is about 28 Lakh rupees. While studying his PHD he will be doing research on integrated Optoelectronics device point, broadband and digital tools analogy.


 The Good News doesn’t end here:
              The strong vision of The Fabindia School which was seen 25 years ago of being a Green School was fulfilled. The School has been awarded the “School Change Maker Award” from 1200 schools in the entire country. It is among the first four Best Changemaker Schools.
              We were awarded the Best Global School Awards by Mansha Global Education Awards
              Mr. Dutt was awarded at the  Ink  Idea  International  Education  Awards for Excellence in Sustainable Practices in Education
              We have upgraded few of our teachers for their hard work, commitment and their long association with the school.

New appointments for better administration were created:
    Mrs. Bharti Rao as the new Vice­ Principal
    Mr. Byju Joseph as the Dean of CBSE & Career Guidance
    Mr. Sandeep Singh as Manager Administration
    Mr. Ajay Vijayvargi as the Dean of Learning Forward at the Fabindia School
    Mrs. Kusum Sharma as the Dean of My Good School
    Mrs. Prerna Rathod as Middle School Coordinator,
    Mrs. Sharmila Vijayvargi as Primary School Coordinator

When we take so much care of our children by giving them best of the opportunities, we take care of our staff as well. To do so, we partnered with

Learning Forward an international organisation for supporting teachers for their professional development.
    We have enrolled teachers with Edthena, Video­Powered Professional Learning
    Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi participated at the ScooNews Global Educators Fest 2018 at The Durbar Hall, Fateh Prakash Palace, Udaipur; sponsored by Learning Forward, India
    Ms. Bharti Rao and Ms. Kusum Sharma attended the Regional Summit of School Principals on "Dealing with Failures ­ Developing Resilience in School Children" organized by MGD Girls School, Jaipur.
    Teachers Celebrated joy of Learning; by Hosting Learning Forward Retreat at The Fabindia School, Bali, Delegates, Principals from thirteen schools in and around Bali participated at the retreat.
    The story of the PLP at the Fabindia school was an exciting success which was published on the International CORWIN BLOG
    Our Gold Badge teachers are working to help schools deliver better governance.
    The Sanskar Public School, Koselao has partnered with Learning Forward India to work closely with The Fabindia School.

Last but not the least few worth appreciating initiatives:
    Our school has been selected to establish an Atal Tinkering Lab (ATL) a government initiative by the Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog. We have been sanctioned 20 lakh to set up The Tinkering Lab, to teach robotics, Science, Engineering skills, Computer skill and Mathematics skills.
    School is setting up a Life Page Centre at The Fabindia School Bali, for Career guidance and Planning for every student in the School starting Class VIII to XII.
    Have set up NTA (National Testing Agency) to practice for Entrance or Competitive Exams
    We have been appointed for NIOS Study and Exam Centre (National Institute of Open School)

With this I close my report and wish to thank you all for coming over to the Fabindia School to celebrate the JOY OF LEARNING!

Have a Great Evening!

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