The School Weekly - 12th March 2018

  Good Manners
Good manners are the qualities of a person. It makes a person good and perfect. Good manners are necessary for winning the heart of others. No one likes a person without good manners. Good manners show the behaviour of a person. Manners are taught in schools and houses. Good manners cannot be borrowed or bought, they are built in us. Without manners a person is like an animal. Good manners are helpful to get success in any field in our life. Some of the good manners which we have to follow in our daily life are – one should respect one’s elders and love one’s younger, one should always smile and speak softly, one should not break the discipline or not talk loudly, one should love everyone and one should be gentle and should not find anyone’s mistakes. Discipline is a good manner i.e. we are always taught to obey our teachers, parents or any other elders, one should follow rules and regulation. “Please”, “Sorry” and “Thank You” are the three golden words which if used at correct time and place, can do the wonders which no other thing can do. These words are helpful in making a person good mannered.- Mr. Byju Joseph/ Educator
Mr. Yagyapal Singh ( Batch Year : 2009) after doing his B.Tech is pursuing M.Sc Physics. The Fabindia Family is happy to welcome Mr. Yagyapal Sin back to school as their new Physics Teacher.School wishes him a rewarding time with us!
(ED: Editor, YS: Yagyapal Singh)
ED: What was your batch year?
YS: My batch year was 2009 
ED: Who were your favourite teachers?
YS: My favourite teachers were C. P. Sir and Bharti Ma'am
ED: Who were your batch mates?
YS: My batch mates were Darshan Vaishnav, Vinay Rawal, Ravindrapal Singh, Parikshit Vyas.
ED: Did you participate in any tournaments or activities?
YS: I have participated in 3 State and 3 District Cricket Matches.
ED: What is your present qualification?
YS: I have done my B.Tech (civil) and pursuing M.Sc Physics.
ED: What are the memories of your school? 
YS: School helped me in my foundation, I still remember those days when I was in school.
ED: How do you feel joining the school back?
YS: I am feeling great joining the school back..
ED: Will you like to give any message to your juniors, school, or friends etc.?
YS:  Yes, I would urge juniors to focus on their studies as well as other activities and not to take studies lightly, work hard and achieve success.
Tuesday, 6th March: The staff had a PLP Session with School Chairman, Mr. Sandeep Dutt. First Minutes of the last meeting were read out and update was given. Then teams voluntarily were made for My Good School Conclave which is going to be organised in the first week of April and for the retreat of Learning Forward India Bali Chapter in the month of October.
Wednesday, 7th March:  My Good School Team and PLP Team had a meeting with Mr. Sandeep Dutt to prepare the Standing Operation Procedures (SOP)  before the affiliation of two new schools who would like their school to join LFIN. 
                           NEWS & EVENTS
Wednesday, 7th March: To celebrate women's achievements, the school invited Ms.Saraswati Goswami, Municipal Vice-Chairman, Bali to share her experiences on the occasion of International Women's Week. She addressed the assembly and briefed her achievements. She said there is no logic behind celebrating this day but yes, by celebrating this day we can make women feel special and increase respect in our society. The first teacher of a child is mother. The one who behaves well is well educated but a well behaved mother can give good habits to their children. She motivated the students to empower themselves and fight with difficulties and not to give up during their hard times.
ED: What is your name?
SC: My name is Saraswati Goswami.
ED: What do you do?
SC: I am a social worker.
ED: Have you achieved your goal?
SC: Yes, I have achieved my goal, but I want to do more for the community.
ED: What is your qualification?
SC: I have completed my Final year.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
SC: They should do well and get success in their life and solve their problems easily.  
Empowering Women
As we all know that women's day is celebrated every year on 8th of March. We can empower women's by giving them equal rights and equal opportunities. women's should also empower by their own by fighting to get equal position as that of men. There are many places in our country where still women are discriminated from men. They are not allowed to go to school, offices and achieve something great in life. They were forced to remain at home raised their children and do household works. But nowadays women's are achieving great in their life, becoming empowered and getting their position day by day in society. We should also respect women. We should celebrate women's day every day. We can celebrate it by helping the women who are in need and by helping our mothers at home in their household works. We should respect our mothers and  make her feel special every day.- Diksha Choudhary/ X/ GH
Speech on " For a better world is in our hands"
A very Good Morning to one and all present here. It is an honour to be here with you all today. I am Kirti Malviya of The Fabindia School,Bali. I am here to present a talk on the topic, 'For a better world is in our hands'. The purpose of my talk today is to make you realize the importance of our Mother Earth and to make it a better place.
The environment is very similar to the human body. Like every human being has to be protected from various diseases and infections as same as the Earth also has to be preserved and protected from various viruses such as pollution, global warming, etc. 
Most of the things in the environment are created by humans but nowadays, humans are the ones who have endangered the life our Mother Earth. "No generation has a freehold in this Earth. All we have is a life tenancy with a full repairing lease"- said by Margret Thatcher.
The only duties of ours is to be a good employee of the Earth and responsible trustee of the natural resources of the Earth. We should use them carefully and preserve them for future generation also. It all depends upon us how to make this World a better place to live. Many hardships will come in the journey but to make this World a better place we will have to overcome all the hardships.
At last I would like to windup my talk by reciting some motivational words by the Father of our Nation Mahatma Gandhi-
"The future depends on what we do in the present".
Thank you very much for your kind attention.- Kirti Malviya/ XII/ DH
Monday, 5th March: New Session began for Class XII and X. Students were happy that they were in the new classes. Board Exams for Class XII started that day. They went to KLPS Lodha Public School escorted by Mr. Tarun Mishra to give their exams which was their board centre. Principal Mrs. Rajeshree Shihag wished them Best of Luck by giving them a pen and chocolate as her blessings. Then they took blessings from their teachers also. Oral Examination for Primary Classes started that day.
Tuesday, 6th March: Board Exams for Class X started that day. They went to KLPS Lodha Public School  escorted by Mr. Tarun Mishra to give their exams which was their board centre. Principal Mrs. Rajeshree Shihag wished them Best of Luck by giving them a pen and chocolate as her blessings. Then they took blessings from their teachers also.
The school is pleased to announce the commencement of Humanities/Arts stream in the school from the session 2018-2019.

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