The School Weekly - 30th July 2018

Avinash Sain
STUDENT: Avinash Sain/XI was selected as the Student this Week for securing 84% in X Board Exams. He shares that establish your priorities for success in life. Prioritizing can be the best way to stay on top of everything, without burning out. An easy way to prioritize is by writing a to-do list. 

EDUCATOR: Ms Swati Sood was selected as the Educator this Week for she builds a persuasive association with students, staff, parents and the community. She described 3H; Head, Heart and Hand as key to success.
(Head as being logical/Heart - have emotional connect/Hand - taking action)

[ED: Editor,KG: Kinjal Goswami]
ED: Which was your batch year?
KG: I left school in 2008.
ED: Who was your favourite teacher?
KG: My favourite teacher was Mukesh Sir and Jayita Ma'am.
ED: Who were your batch mates? 
KG: My batch mates were Manisha, Sanjoli, Daksha, Ashwini, Himani.
ED: Did you participate in any activities? 
KG: I have participated in Singing competition, Art and Craft, Sports Activities, Annual Function.
ED: What are your qualifications?
KG: I am doing MCom,B.Ed.
ED: What do you learn from this school?
KG: It was a great experience,I have learnt a lot from Fabindia School. Teachers patiently understood us a lot and supported me a lot.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
KG: Education is the passport to the future for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare it for today.
Swati Sood, Educator This Week
Mrs Kusum Sharma and Mrs Bharti Rao attended the Regional Summit of School Principals on 'Dealing with Failures- Developing Resilience in School Children' being organised jointly by ICTRC and MGD Girls' School in Jaipur on 25th July. They shared their learning and experience with the Staff on Learning Forward Saturday.

Grandparent of Bhumika Rathore/ VI was selected as grandparent this week. He is a retired principal of High Senior Secondary School. He said that we should be disciplined to achieve something in life, if we do any work with discipline we can do it fast and in a proper way.
(ED: Editor, GP: Grandparent)

ED: What do you do?
GP: I am a retired principal of Hari Senior Secondary School.

ED: How many of your wards are studying here?
GP: My one granddaughter is studying here Bhumika Rathore/ VI.

ED: Have you achieved your goal?
GP: No, I have not achieved my goal because I don't have a fixed goal.

ED: What do you expect from your child?
GP: I want from my child to give concentrate on her aim

ED: What do you expect from school? 
GP: I expect from the school to teach English language to make students more better.

ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
GP: I would like to give message to the students that they should be disciplined and they should concentrate on their aim.

ED: Would you like to visit our school again?
GP:  Yes, sure it will be a great opportunity for me.

A little girl who lives
Along the hill.
She is of five years
But eyes were full with tears.
Because she has only father
She is missing her mother.
Her dream is to see the world
But her father have not enough
Money to see across the world.
As she grown up
Her dreams also growing up.
Now little girl is big girl
Her father want his child
To became a doctor.
But she want to became an engineer.
Now she is engineer
And built a big house for her father.
She lives with her father
Happy happy but missing her mother.
Moral is  that every person is  free to dream it does not matters whether she or he is poor or rich ,small or big . Dream is dream, any person can see it .So see dreams for your future and for yourself not for others .-Mansi Choudhary/ X/DH
Monsoon Is Back
The dusty air has gone and

The bright day has come.

The hot wind stopped blowing

The sign of light rain showering.
The farmers started cultivating
With a big smile captivating.
The monsoon brings rain and 
The flowers blossom again.
The children's are happy
Dancing in the rain crazily.
The trees,animals and human beings
Are cheered up seeing the rain.
The monsoon is back spreading
Love and greenery everywhere.
Kirti Malviya/ XII/ DH

The School Weekly - 23rd July 2018

Education is the most important topic nowadays because it brings maturity and teaches us how to live in society with changing environment.
Education is the first right of every human being. It improves our knowledge, skill, confidence, level and personality. It is the way to social development, economic growth and technological development. Education has been divided in to three categories in our country as primary education, secondary education and higher secondary education. Every child has the right to grab knowledge. It develops our over all personality and thinking skills. Every child must go to school  in his or her appropriate age as every one has equal rights for the education from birth. 
The growth and development of any country depends on the quality of education. It trains us in our whole life . We can grab knowledge from anywhere like we can learn by watching TV, reading books, discussion and by other various means. We cannot imagine our life without education. People are now aware of education and they are realizing the importance of education. Education enables everyone to grow both socially and economically. We need to bring education awareness equally in every area for better growth and development of the country.
Without education, life becomes aimless and tough. So, we should understand the importance of education. We should encourage education in our society as well as in our country.- Manisha Deora/ Educator
(ED: Editor, MO: Mayank Ojha)
ED: Which was your batch year? 
MO: 2012-13
ED:Who was your favorite teacher?
MO: Parineeta Ranpal & Krishna Gopal Sir were my favourite teachers
ED: Who were your batch mates? 
MO: Swabhi, Sonika, Shaily, Marudhar, Anurag, Shefali, Arvind, Chirag, Payal, Yogendra, Yogesh etc.
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them. 
MO:Yes i did participate in English play, Cricket tournament and other sports.
ED: What are your qualifications?
MO: I have done my graduation (B.Com.)
ED:Tell us about your memories of the school?  
MO: Fabindia School, it was a big family for me. My school days were indeed really amazing and simple. I found fun in subtle but beautiful things. It was surely realistic but was also hilarious at times. On occasions the whole chart of memorable moments in school-life moves in front of my eyes. Some memories are unforgettable, remaining ever vivid and heartwarming!
ED: What message would you like to give to our students?
MO: It is true that experience is one of life’s best teachers. But if you don’t study you will probably never get any experience in the first place. you are in one of the best school and you have so many new things to learn so work hard and concentrate to achieve your set goals. And do remember one thing life is all about chances and opportunities. Never leave anything to chance and never let an opportunity get away.
Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi/Educator was selected as the Educator This Week for carrying out additional responsibility as LFIN Dean. He is an experienced person. He shared his professional experiences of school till now. He talked about the things that we could apply in our life to make our life more better. He told that we should do hard work to achieve something in our life because hard work is the key to success. His motto is to make the students life better and achieve positions. Message given to the students by Mr. Ajay Vijayvargi was that students should be disciplined to achieve their goals in life.

Staff wished Mrs Kusum Sharma and Mr. Usman Gani a 'Happy Birthday'. May God bless them and have a bright future.

STUDENT THIS WEEKAjaypal Meena/XI was selected as the Student This Week for securing 83% in X Board Examinations and 98 marks in Social Studies. He gave the message to work hard for hard work is the key to success.
Wednesday, 18th JulyLaunchora is a story telling platform where you can create, publish, explore and read stories. A creative workshop was conducted for students by Lakshya Datta, the founder/ CEO of Launchora. Three sessions for students of Grade VIII-XII was
conducted. He  explained that how story is related to our life and he said that story writing started at the time of Lord Krishna about 5000 years ago and according to him a story is perfect when you get success to convince someone. With the help of PPT he captured the attention of the students and gave them tips to be story tellers and Story writers. The Launchora team gifted the students with notepad and T- shirts. Mr. Laksha Dutta joined them on his blog and website and he gave them assignments that they have to publish a story every month on his website. Some students have already logged in and published their stories.
Some experiences of students about that day's workshop;

I learnt that story writing helps us to collaborate, to communicate and to be creative. Story is Hi Story @Anumesh

I learnt that when we read stories we come across new words, so from that we can improve our vocabulary. It makes our mind more creative, a story is perfect when we can convince somebody to believe in your story @Kareena
Stories are about becoming innovative; stories are related to our life experiences @Krisha
I learnt about the difference between a story and a lie and that story shouldn’t hurt anyone @Diksha
Today I learnt that story writing makes us imaginative and help us to see the nature in different ways @Ritu
Today I learnt that a lie can also create a story @Pushpendra
Fictional friends, exploring characters in the story help children understand their personalities, likes, dislikes and even their motivations.@Krishnapriya.

Friday, 20th July: Under the guidance of Mrs. Usha Panwar and Mrs. Ayesha Tak Puppet Show was organised for students of Primary Section. The show was just outstanding. The message given through the show was to 'Save Environment' and not to cut down trees.  Special thanks to Ms. Usha Panwar, Mrs. Ayesha Tak, Ms. Krithika Rao, Mr. Tarun Mishra and Ms. Kusum Dangi for the wonderful show that they put up.

Saturday, 21st July: IH English Extempore Competition was organised for the students of Middle and Senior Section to develop their Speaking Skills and Confidence level. Topics were given to the  participants two minutes before their turn. The participants presented themselves confidently. 
Results Awaited
The School observed an activity day. They had their house, club and society meetings. They carried out various activities in their respective clubs and societies. 

The School Weekly - 16 July 2018



The threat to environment has increased alarmingly over the years. We all owe a duty and responsibility to make our Earth a cleaner and safer place to live in for ourselves as well as for our next generations. But by indiscriminate use of the environmental resources, we have disturbed the ecological balance. It is imperative for us to live in harmony with the environment rather than experimenting with it and over-exploiting it. We should remember that our actions and activities directly and indirectly impact the whole ecosystem
Sadly, there is no part of the earth left that has not been affected by our actions so much so that our planet’s health be it in the form of land where we survive and work on, the ozone layer, the water supply, the wildlife or our species is being put under constant threat.
Though the problem has aggravated to quite a great extent, but it does have a solution. It’s just that we will have to keep faith in ourselves that we can do something for our planet.There are various ways adopting which we can effectively contribute towards the cause. For instance, we can grow more and more trees in our living surroundings,use less of your personal vehicles and habituate yourself to use public transport and bicycles for short distances,You should also use water wisely,Don’t dump the garbage anywhere and dispose the waste in dustbin.These measures would help Save Environment from global war.-Swabhi Parmar/ Educator

Garima Singh Ranawat (Batch 2010) joined school in 2006. She passed her 10th in 2010 with flying colours. She passed her 12th Boards in 2012 in first division from Cambridge Public School, Jodhpur. She even joined coaching classes and did her coaching from Career Point, Jodhpur. She did her civil engineering from Arya College of Engg. & Research Centre, Jaipur. Nowadays she is in Bangalore. She is a hard worker and has fulfilled her dreams. We wish her Best of Luck for a bright and prosperous future.

EDUCATOR THIS WEEK:  Mr. Prakash Dangi was selected as Educator this Week for his exemplary results in XII Boards. He motivated the students by his capturing speech .He is very friendly and cooperates a lot with us. He is helpful in nature. He has knowledge about his subject as well as other subjects. He is a very significant speaker. He is very hardworking and determined. He has courage to tell us about his drawbacks and how he has learnt from his mistakes. It is very easy to speak good about us in front of everyone but it is difficult to talk about our drawbacks in front of everyone. He added that teaching is the noblest profession and it is they who make doctors, engineers etc. so we should always respect our teachers because the knowledge  that they impart remains with us till the end of our life. He narrated a story. The story was about a painter who painted a picture and he thought that there was no fault in his painting so he thought to put it in the middle of the city, and he told everybody that who so ever finds any fault in this painting to mark that on the picture. When he came in the evening the painting was filled with marks. So, he took  help from his friend. His friends suggested him to draw another painting. He drew that and he again put it in the middle of the city but this time he asked people to improve the flaws in that painting. Again when he came in evening the painting was as it was. So, the message of  this story  is that it is easy to point out someone's flaws, but it is difficult to improve others mistakes·
Educators had LFIN Saturday where they attended sessions of My Good School, PLP, Brewing Knowledge, Edthena, Fedena and Social Development Program. The sessions were productive and learning was carried out.
STUDENT THIS WEEK: Kamlesh Paliwal/XI was selected as the Student this Week for achieving 2nd position in Xth Board Examinations. He gave the message to work hard and concentrate in studies. 

 Monday, 10th July- Friday, 14th July: The School celebrated Environment Week. Special Assembly was organised in which various activities were organised like recitation,quizzes,songs,speeches,dance and plantation to raise awareness of how and why to live,work and travel in a more environmentally sustainable way whilst promoting all of the Green space icons.

Monday, 10th July: First Day 
Manmanvendra Singh/DH/XII  gave speech on how to Save Environment
Chandresh Choudhary/GH/XII quizzed the Assembly
Suryaveer Singh/RH/XII gave speech on Decomposers 

Priyanka Deora/RH/VIII gave speech.on Biodegradable Substances.

Wednesday, 11th July: Third Day
Meenakshi Choudhary/ TH/ IX gave speech on Environment
Akshit Soni/ IV recited poem on Environment
Devansh Rajpurohit/ V recited poem on Environment

Thursday, 12th July: Fourth Day
Students of Class IX sang a song under the guidance of Mr. Ravi Trivedi/ Music Teacher. They gave the message to create awareness and Save Environment and plant trees.

Friday,13th July: Fifth Day
Students of Class IV and IX gave a fabulous dance performance under the guidance of Mr. Hemant Birawat/ Dance Teacher. They gave the message to plant more trees and not to cut down trees for it affects the Environment.
IH Poster Making Competition was organised for the students of Class VI-VIII. Four students from each house participated in the competition. They made beautiful posters based on the theme 'Save Environment"

On the occasion of Environment students of Primary Section donated plants. They also planted the plants in the school to make the school more green.

Wednesday, 11th July: Special Assembly was held on World Population Day. Ms. Kusum Sharma gave an Assembly Talk .She made all the students aware why World Population Day is observed on that day. World Population Day is an annual event observed on July 11thevery  year, which seeks to raise awareness of global population issues.

The School Weekly - 9th July 2018

Encouragement means the action of giving someone support, confidence, or hope. A teacher must encourage his or her students . Encouragement gives power to achieve goals of our life . A teacher must have positive attitude and always encourage his or her students . To be encouraging , you must believe in two things to be true . One , the person is not trying hard enough , which is probably not something the person wants to hear , and second , if the person tries , he or she can do great things , which is good . There are high spots in all of our lives , and most of them have come about through encouragement from someone else . Encouragement makes people better. It means to decide to make others problem, your problem and it builds a hope in people . The key to encourage is to deliver the bad news in such a way that doesn't force the person to dwell on inadequacies . Encouragement requires that we tell people they aren't realizing their potential and then challenge them to achieve their goals with a specific plan . Encouragement prevents us from giving up . Giving up is the worst injustice you can do to yourself . Words of encouragement make people feel better , and relate to the capabilities . You can get your next ounce of energy from positive words pushing you to move forward .- Krithika Rao/ Educator

[ED: Editor , SM: Shakti Singh Mertiya]
ED: Which was your batch year?
SM: I left school in 2006 when my parents shifted from Bali to Koselav.
ED: Who was your favourite teacher?
SM: My favourite teacher was Mrs. Bharti Rao.
ED: Who were your batch mates? 
SM: Bajrang, Chandu, Deepak, Vijaylakshmi.
ED: Did you participate in any activities? 
SM: I have participated in debate competition and in all sports activities.
ED: What are your qualifications?
SM: I am doing BA (H) in Sanskrit from Delhi University..
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
SM: Students should work hard and study well to get success.

EDUCATOR THIS WEEK: Neelam Malviya/Educator was selected as the Educator This Week for showcasing excellence in her subject in 12th Board Exams. She addressed the Assembly and told the students that there is no shortcut to success. Each student needs to work hard if he wants to achieve success in life.
Staff had a PLP Session on 3rd and 4th July. On 4th July Educators had a PLP Session with Chairman Mr. Sandeep Dutt. Discussions were done on strategies of being 'Happy Teachers'. Learning Forward Saturday Plan was discussed. Minutes of the last meeting were read out.

Mrs. Bharti Rao was appointed as the new Vice- Principal, Mr. Byju Joseph will be Dean of CBSE & Career Guidance, Mrs. Prerna Rathod to be Middle School Coordinator, Mrs. Sharmila Vijayvargi to be Primary School Coordinator, Mr. Ajay Vijayvargi as Dean of LFIN and Mrs. Kusum Sharma as Dean of Activities. Congratulations to all of them.

Staff wished Mrs Sharmila Vijayvargi and Mrs. Bharti Rao a 'Happy Birthday' who had their birthdays in the month of June. May God bless them and have a bright future.

Mr. Chandan Singh Rajpurohit F/O: Balwant, Ishika Rajpurohit was selected as the Parent This Week. He addressed the Assembly and motivated the students by telling them to work hard, concentrate on their studies and be good citizens.

Parikshit Singh/ X/TH was selected as the Student this Week for achieving I Position in X Board. We are proud of him. Congratulations to him on this success. He addressed the Assembly and motivated the students by telling them the strategies to success. He said that hard work and concentration leads to success 

Monday, 2nd July: Welcome back Readers! The School reopened on 2nd July'18. Campus once again buzzed with activity. So, excited students were seen exchanging information about their visits and what they did during their vacations. All in all every student looked fresh and cheerful, ready for a new term. Ms. Rajeshree Shihag, Principal and the Teachers welcomed the students back to school, asked them to submit their Home Work. Students appeared for UT I from the very first day.

Friday, 6thJuly: The Fabindia School held its fourth prestigious Investiture Ceremony on 6th July  with great enthusiasm and pride. The Investiture Ceremony marked a significant beginning of the new Academic Session 2018-19. It was a solemn occasion where the young students were all prepared to don the mantle of leadership and discharge the responsibilities entrusted to them by the school. The Ceremony began at 9.15 AM. Mr. Sandeep Dutt, Chairman BAT & School ED had kindly consented to honour us as the Chief Guest for the occasion. He was escorted by Principal Ms. Rajeshree Shihag, Manmanvender and Muskan Rathod, to the OAT where the ceremony was to be held. After the Assembly the Principal declared the inception of the Investiture Ceremony. After it the Oath Ceremony of the Student Council took place. Their names were announced by the Principal. Each student marched smartly to the stage with her/his respective School/House Flag to take the Oath. The Students Council willingly and positively promised to do their best to represent  the school. Before the Oath Ceremony the Chief Guest presented the Student’s Council with sashes and badges. The Secretary and Joint Secretary of the Clubs and Societies were also presented with badges. The Investiture Ceremony concluded with lot of hope and aspirations for our future leaders. It was a memorable occasion for the young leaders as they looked forward to a new and enriching Academic Session. The event was a great success with the participation of all students, teachers and admin staff; without whom it would have not been so impactful.
Heartiest Congratulations to the Student Council and Office Bearers for the session 2018-19
After the Investiture Ceremony students went about their regular classes. Manmanvender Singh is appointed as the Head Boy and Muskan Rathod as the Head Girl along with other members of the Student Council.

Saturday, 7th July: The 25th Annual Prize Distribution 2017-2018 ceremony was an occasion to acclaim the achievements of the Fabindians who had attained excellence in academic through their dedicated efforts and perseverance. Felicitating the achievers not only motivates them to set new benchmarks for themselves, but also spurs on their peers to aim for similar heights. School Executive Mr. Sandeep Dutt was invited to do the honour as the Chief Guest. He was gracious enough to give away the awards for the evening. Some Parents graced the occasion by their presence for the ceremony.

 Prize Distribution Day started with the Welcome Speech by the newly appointed Head Girl Muskan Rathod. The show started with the Welcome Song.  Muskan Rathod welcomed the Chief Guest, which was followed by the Cultural Show which included two Folk Dances and two songs sung by the Musical Choir and Music Teacher Mr. Ravi Trivedi. Head Boy Manmenvender Singh gave Vote of Thanks. Principal Mrs. Rajeshree Shihag spoke a few words to the gathering. School Executive Director Mr. Sandeep Dutt motivated the students with his speech. The program ended with the National Anthem.
Winners and achievers excitedly mounted the stage to take their trophies and certificates. Excitement spread among students when the announcement for the  House Trophies was done.
Winners of the House Trophies of Excellence for the year 2017-18
Loomis Chaffee Trophy of Excellence in Skill: Raman House

The Bissell Trophy of Excellence in Sport: Teresa House

The Surana Trophy of Excellence in Study: Teresa House

Congratulations to all the winners!

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