The School Weekly - 29th October 2018

STARS THIS WEEK
STUDENT: Gajendra Deora/ Xl was selected as Student this Week for his caring and responsible  behaviour. He shared his views on the importance of caring and sharing. He said that we should have the quality of helping,respecting and caring for others.He said that If you care for others and take responsibility, you will feel happy. And if you really care for someone by heart,you will feel more happy from your heart's core.
EDUCATOR: Ms. Sharmila Vijayvargi was selected as the Educator this Week. She shared her views on simplicity.She even emphasized on moral values related to Simplicity which is important for us.She said that we should be simple and down to earth.
ALUMNI
(ED: Editor, AN: Arjun Suthar)
ED: What was your batch year?
AS: 2011-12
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them.
AS: Yes, I participated on Annual day function, debates, etc.
ED: What was your favorite spot in the school?
AS: In the school my favorite spot was my classroom.
ED: What are you doing these days?
AS:  These days I am pursuing my C.A. intern. As well as a part-time business (Marketing and Selling)
ED: What are your qualifications?
AS: I completed my B.Com and my post graduation C.A. intern. is awaited.
ED: What have you learnt from The Fabindia School?
AS: I have learnt many things from my School like being fluent in English and to be confident.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
AS: In my memories I usually remember the scolding of principal ma’am and the support of her and teachers.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
AS: Enjoy the school days, work hard and be confident to reach the success.

STAFF: Mr. Ajay Vijayvargi visited The Iconic School, Bhopal to take Learning Forward. He conducted sessions on the two values 'Simplicity and Trust' and 'How to take this value to our classroom?' There was a great learning at The Iconic School, Bhopal.
Wednesday, 24th October: Educators generated Report Cards from Fedena on that day  and they exhibited collaboration, caring, patience and teamwork while at work.   
SKILL
STUDENTS THINKING 
                                                Try, try, try, try and try
Solving sums, never cry
I solve sums many
But I didn't get any
Indian Math I have many tests
But can't do best
I feel Math is worst 
But Math never trust.
We hate Algebra 
because Algebra is cobra
First number is one. 
We never won
Numbers never end 
Solution never stand
Zero is hero of Math 
but zero is zero for us
I love  Math because
Everyone love Math
Meenakshi Choudhary/ IX A

NEWS & EVENTS
Monday, 22nd October- Saturday, 27th October:Annual Day practices are in full swing. There was a change in Time-Table. School will observe three lessons to get started with exhibition preparation. The campus is abuzz with hectic activity and cheer in preparation for school
exhibitions, dance, orchestra etc. . Students of Class I-XI are distributed among different exhibitions according to their Clubs and Societies. They have started practices under the supervision of their respective in charges. 
Thursday, 25th October: Result of Half Yearly Examination was announced that day. PTM (Parent Teacher Meeting) was organized for Nursery to XII. 40% of the Parents attended the meeting. Majority of them were satisfied with their ward’s performance.

The School Weekly - 22nd October 2018

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 ALUMNI
(ED: Editor, DP: Deepak Paliwal)
ED: Which was your batch year?
DP: 2011-12
ED: Did you participate in any activities?
DP: Yes
ED: Mention them.
DP: Debate, extempore, quiz,  sports activities etc.
ED: What was your favourite spot in the school?
DP: Play Ground and Stage.
ED: What are you doing these days?
DP: I am doing MBBS from International School of Medicine, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan . 
ED: What have you learnt from The Fabindia School?
DP: All the basic things which are needed to grow like manners, ethics, confidence, etc.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
DP: I have very amazing memories with my friends in school. I was curious to find about things. I loved to play football. We enjoyed a lot in school.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
DP: Be a Hardcore and get to know what is really happening in the world. 

STAFF: Staff wished Mr. Yagyapal Singh a Happy Birthday. May God bless him!

NEWS & EVENTS

Saturday, 13th October- Wednesday, 17th October: The school organized an educational trip to Amritsar for  five days from Saturday to Wednesday. Ninety Eight students of Class VI-XII escorted by nineteen teachers went for the trip. They boarded Jammu Tawi from Falna Railway station at 4.40 PM. They reached Kapurtala on Sunday 14th October by 4.30 PM. The group had lunch and then they visited the Prita Lee Lesson Senior
Secondary School where the children  visited the School. They were hosted by the Managing Director Mrs. Dolly Singh Dindsha and her staff. Their hospitality was excellent and students were distributed ice creams by the host school. Then they boarded the bus to Amritsar. Then they checked in the hotel at 9.00 PM. After a shower the students escorted by their teachers visited the Golden Temple at 10.00 to see the mind blowing sight of the temple at night. They had dinner at the langar and returned to the hotel and went to sleep. Next day after breakfast they visited the Golden Temple. From there they went to the historic  Jallianwala Bagh. Then the students did shopping. The group had lunch there and visited Attari Wagah Border to watch the spectacular flag parade ceremony. 
The day ended with dinner and DJ Party. Then on Tuesday, 16th October
we visited the Pushpa Gujral Science City, Kapurthala which created a scientific temperament in us. We visited the museum grounds, and the galleries which covered a range of subjects, from the physical to the social sciences, engineering, evolution, health, nuclear science and robotics. We visited the digital planetarium which explores the wonders of space. There were also laser and 3D theatres, flight and earthquake simulators, a virtual reality gallery, a dinosaur park and a specially designed Fun Science centre that attracted our attention. We boarded the train from Jalandar at 7.00 PM and returned back home at 5.30 PM on 17th October, Wednesday. The students enjoyed a lot and wanted to extend their trip
Memories of school Educational trips are among the most prominent of the formative years, largely because they are a welcome break in the routine for both students and teachers. While their purpose is essentially to educate, they can also be a fun bonding experience for everyone involved. Educational 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/ X/GH

Saturday, 13th October: The school organized an educational trip for classes I-VIII to Pavapuri. The students visited Jain temple there. There were three teachers and 46 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 7.00 PM. Students were dropped on their respective stops by the buses. 

Thursday, 18th October- Sunday, 21st October: The School observed Dussehra Holidays. Board Classes X & XII had extra classes during these holidays from 19th to 21st.

 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 - 15th October 2018

STARS THIS WEEK
 ALUMNI
(ED: Editor, AN: Anjali Nair)
ED: Which was your batch year?
AN: 2012-13
ED: Did you participate in any activities?
AN: Yes
ED: Mention them.
AN: Debate, extempore, quiz, etc.
ED: What was your favourite spot in the school?
AN: Basketball ground.
ED: What are you doing these days?
AN: I am currently in a job with Infosys.
ED: What are your qualifications?
AN: B COM Honors in Economics.  
ED: What have you learned from The Fabindia School?
AN: All the basic things which are needed to grow like manners, ethics confidence, etc.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
AN: I have very amazing memories with my friends in school. All the notorious things we did and scolding that we used to get from principal ma’am. We enjoyed a lot in school.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
AN: Enjoy the lessons you have in school because you cannot have it back. And work hard because whatever you learn here will be of use for your whole life.

STAFF: Educators are busy in corrections of the Half Yearly Papers.
Staff wished M. Nikita Rajpurohit a Happy Birthday. May God bless her!

NEWS & EVENTS
Monday, 8th October: Half Yearly Exams got over. Students were a bit relaxed after their Examination. Teachers were busy with correction work.

Tuesday, 9th October: Special Assembly was organised as Ms Dolly Singh Dhinsa and Mr Rajendra Pal Devgan who visited our school as the special guests for the Retreat 2018. Ms Rajshree Shihag, the Principal of our school welcomed them and asked them to share their experiences. Mr Rajendra Pal Devgan and Ms Dolly Singh Dhinsa shared their experiences with young minds. Students exhibited their Yoga Skills.
Cleanliness drive was organized right after the Assembly and different areas were
allotted to different Houses. Everyone showed a great belonging towards school by cleaning the school campus.
Public Speaking and G.K. Quiz were conducted in classes with their respective Class Teachers.

 Clubs and Society Meetings were conducted. Students and teachers together planned for the Annual Function Exhibitions. They selected students and assigned them duties.
House Meetings were held and the following Agendas were carried out. Upcoming events were informed to the students. Auditions were taken for IH Solo Singing Competition and participants were selected for the IH Cross Country Race.
 IC Football Tournaments were held and activities like Music, Dance, Art & Craft and Sports were conducted and students participated in these activities as per their interest.


Wednesday,10th October: Learning Forward Retreat was organised on that day. Along with Ms Dolly Singh and Mr Rajendra Pal Devgan, there were five Principals of the surrounding areas, Teachers of The Sanskar Public School,  Teachers and some students of The Fabindia School who attended the Retreat The Retreat started with the introduction of the Guests, SMC Members and members of the LFIN Bali Chapter. Then there was a keynote from Mr R P Devgan
Mr Rajinder Pal Devgan shared his own experiences of teaching life. He made the educators aware to deal with the children sensitively. Opening remarks of Mr Frederick Brown, Dy. Director Learning Forward was shared. Ms Kusum Sharma showed the presentation of My Good School Program describing 4S i.e, Service, Skill, Sport and Study. The programme was followed by Mrs Prerna Rathod presenting a slideshow on the different levels of PLP. She shared the importance and outcomes of PLP sessions.Mr. Krishen Gopal conducted the Brewing Knowledge Session, Ms Rajeshree Shihag conducted Edthena, Ms Swati Sood conducted Fedena and Ms Bharti Rao conducted Personal and Social Development Session. They shared PPT presentations. After lunch we had Skype Sessions of Meenakshi Uberoi- De Pedagogics; Kapil Rawat- Lifepage; Lakshya Dutta- Launchora. Chairman Mr Sandeep Dutt shared the word KASAB which stands for K for knowledge, the first A for aspiration, the S for skills, the second A for attitude and the last B is for behaviour. It shows that when the first 4 words are implemented the last word behaviour automatically changes. 

Thursday, 11th October: Half Yearly Exams were conducted for those who went to participate in Science Fair, CBSE Clusters and Athletics Tournaments. 
Answer Sheets were shown by teachers to the students and feedback was given. 
Pre Primary School went on a picnic to Ranakpur Temple, Sadri. Students of Class III-V went on an Educational One Day Trip to Mount Abu. The students enjoyed a lot and also had a great learning.
Saturday, 13th October: Students of Class VI-XII went on an Excursion to Amritsar. Students of Class I-VIII went for a picnic to Pavapuri.
Students and staff who were not a part of the Excursion had regular School.

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 - 8th October 2018

STARS THIS WEEK
STUDENT: Kirti Malviya/ XII was selected as the student this week. She shared her views on exam' s pressure. First of all she thanked Principal ma'am and all the teachers for giving her this opportunity. She said that it was her honour to stand in front of all and render her thoughts on how to overcome exam pressure. Exams are very important part of our life and exam pressure is something which once everyone has to go through. To overcome this pressure we should always be prepared before the exams are announced, we should practice regularly to improve our skills and we must clarify our doubts without any hesitations. 

EDUCATOR: Mr.Ajay Vijayvargi was selected as Educator this Week.  He shared his views on self confidence. He spoke about increasing confidence by Public Speaking. He said that confidence comes from knowledge. Knowledge comes from education and experience

STAFF: Educators are busy in corrections of the Half Yearly Papers. On Friday they prepared for LFIN Retreat. 
Staff wished Ms. Kavita Devda a Happy Birthday. May God bless her!
NEWS & EVENTS
SKILL
Friday, 5th October: The students write stories every month on Launchora. One story is selected every month  and  the student is given a prize of 52 cards. September story of Kirti Malviya/ XII was selected. The title of her story was Exam Pressure.

Exam Pressure

The night before exams and results is the only time when teenagers who are likely to appear for Board Exams have sleepless and restless nights. This year I am gonna appear for XII Board Examination and this happens with me many times that I am not able to sleep. The main reason is the pressure of 'BOARD EXAMS'. The results of this will decide my career, my future.
There are many other reasons which disturbs my sleep like over thinking of something which happened with me in the day, excitement about what is going to happen tomorrow, etc....etc..

The tension about will I be able to complete my course on time, will there be time left for revision. With this burden when I study, nothing goes in my head. I become tired early and strike the saturation point. And because of tiredness as I go to sleep the thoughts again run in my mind and disturbs my sleep.

Despite of this, I try hard to sleep and as I sleep the alarm rings and mom shouts it's time for school. As I get ready and reached the school and went to attend my lessons, our business studies teacher motivated us not to think too much about Board Exams it's like other exams the only difference is the paper is made outside and the copies are checked outside. She keeps on motivating us to concentrate just on studies and not to go in deep thinking about Board Exams. And I thank her for the encouragement.

I hope I perform well in exams and will able to make everyone proud. I will try to give my best in fact more than just best to return all the efforts of my teachers and family.

SPORT
Wednesday, 3rd October: For the first time Students of Class IX- XII went to  H.G. International, Aburoad to participate in CBSE Cluster. They  were given certificates of participation. Ajaypal Meena shared his views about the match, he told that winning is not important learning is more important.
A team of Athletics went to Pali to participate at District level. Balkrishna Singh stood first in 200 mt. and he was qualified for semi-finals. Nitesh Jain got second position and was qualified for Finals in 400 meter. Congratulations to the winners.

                                                   STUDY
Friday, 28th September: Mangahigh is one of the world’s leading mathematics gaming, adaptive and personalized leading platform. National math Competition for Classes II- X was held between 24th September- 5th October.
It was organized by mangahigh.com. It was a fabulous opportunity for the students to
experience Mangahigh and discover their love for Math.
The students of classes VI to IX from The Fabindia School participated in this competition.
Feedback from the students those who participated in this competition.
Meenakshi Choudhary:  Thank you so much for giving me an opportunity to play such type of games. Through these games, my speed of calculation has increased
Archana Koratkar:  I participated in an online test series named Mangahigh. I played many mathematical games such as exponent, congruence rule etc. I really improved our skills and we had an amazing experience.
Vinita Sirvi: Through Mangahigh, I can improve my calculation and my speed of solving sums which is going to be helpful for me in Class X and even throughout my life.

Monday, 3rd October- Saturday, 6th October: Students of Class Nursery- XII had their Half Yearly Examination.Teachers were busy with correcting copies.

Saturday, 6th October: Students of Class IX- XII went to Udaipur
to visit the 5th National Science- Tech Pro Cafe (A mind challenging Science Project Olympiad) which was organised at Geetanjali Institute of Techninal Studies. There were more then three hundred mind blowing projects. There was a great learning and the students enjoyed a lot.

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 - 1st October 2018

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STUDENT: Suryaveer Singh/ XII/ RH was selected as the Student this Week. He shared his views on positivity and success. He motivated the students by his mind blowing thoughts. 
First of all I 'm thankful to the teachers because of whom I am here. Being the student of the week for the first time in my last year .
Being a student I will tell you how a student can work out his problems.
1. If you want fruits improve your roots. Means starting from lowest will take you to the highest. 
2. Negative +negative = positive,it is only in mathematics but in real life negative +negative =big negative. So stop heaving negative attitude because your negative attitude will be the reason for the negative attitude of the second person for you. 
3. Follow the formula of ask and receive because in life if you don't ask for the thing that  you want,  you wouldn't get it. It means that you should ask a lot of questions.
4. While seeing me doing my studies many people told me that you will go mad, but whenever people say like this it means you are walking on a right track. 
5.Come out of the comfort zone because in life you won't get what you want in life you would get what you really want. 
6. At last I would like to say that a person becomes paralyzed by his heart, not by his body. And once he becomes paralyzed by heart it means he has died and his life  ends.

EDUCATOR: Ms. Urmila Rathore was selected as the Educator this Week. She shared her views on how to overcome examination stress.She advised the students to ask more and more questions. Till they don't ask questions they would never be able to understand the concepts and clarify their doubts.

ALUMNI
(ED: Editor, KP: Khushboo Punmiya)
ED: What was your batch year?
KP: 2014-15
ED: Did you participate in any activities?Mention them.
KP: I used to be part of each and every activity. Starting from Singing, Dancing, Display board, Debate, Inter School Debate, Extempore, Elocution, Documentary film, Basketball, Volleyball, Every single athlete Race from 100 m to Relay and long jump as well, and ended up  being the Head Girl.
ED: What was your favorite spot in the school?
KP: Basketball ground.
ED: What are you doing these days?
KP: C.A. Finals and articleship.
ED: What are your qualifications?
KP: Completed B.Com. and am pursuing C.A. as well. 
ED: What have you learned from The Fabindia School?
KP: What not I have learnt and who cannot learn a good amount of things from this school. I started schooling with this school, jumped off to various other schools and ended up with the same The Fabindia School. I have learnt every new thing inculcated in our school, from being volunteer to the guest and foreigners, being a leader as Head girl with belief and support from the Principal herself and with the lovely charming kids, being strong enough to fight in every competition flowing from the Debater to most talented student of the year, being the toughest one to train the juniors for every new opportunity to go outside and representing school with a single girl with me upfront. Be it the academics or co-curricular, our school has made my wings fly through every now and then. I never heard no to grab the opportunity and seek it and make it remarkable. From being one of the toppers at school to hit the District Rank was a big support from the school. Our school has given me so much that the tiny little alphabets will be less to describe.
ED: What are your memories of the School?
KP: The best memories are:
·    To have the freshers party not in the school but an initiative from our batch to go outstation to Jaisalmer and the best part was we were given the opportunity to plan and manage the entire thing for the trip.
·   Title of “Most talented student of the year” when I was in Class X .
·   Running away from the corridors seeking Principal ma’am (Mrs. Parineeta Ranpal) footsteps towards us.
·   Title of Head Girl when I was in class 11th was a big pat.
·   Documentary Film lead role on Fabindia.
·  Topped the District in 12th Boards with our School tag ”The Fabindia School” was the benchmark towards my career.
·    Farewell party is the best part I miss and want to have Reunion soon.
·     Annual functions craziness for a month and many more.
·    The best batch I got. The most united batch.
ED: What message would you like to give our students?
KP: Be the part and parcel of every activity from academics to co-curricular and a single student will not deny the fact of being a better human with a lot of humane.
·Make friends in your life, unite the strength and you can’t miss a single messes being cleared in a flow with a big support behind you, let it be any hurdle or a winning opportunity. This is the only phase of life where you see a better light with no dark colors, make it a rainbow and live it to the fullest.
·         Thank your teachers, junior, seniors and peons. They make you better.
NOTE: I thank each and every person of the school. Thanks for tolerating one of the most mischievous student and still supporting to excel in every possible thing. Thank you for giving me this opportunity to express my gratitude towards the beloved School! 


STAFF: The Staff of The Fabindia School were excited and exulted to celebrate their Principal Ms. Rajeshree Shihal’s birthday. We began this special day by a Special Assembly.  We wished that God shower his blessings on her and we also thanked God for being gifted with such a dynamic Principal. The day begin with the presenting of a bouquet, card and cutting of  the cake. Mr. Ajay Vijaywargi, Mr. Sandeep Singh, Mrs. Prerna Rathod, Mrs. Usha Panwar, Mrs. Sharmila Vijaywargi and Mrs. Bharti Rao spoke a few words in praise of their Principal. Words by Ms. Swati Sood  really touched our hearts. . Music teacher's song was rocking. 
Mrs. Rajeshree Shihag in her message focused on growing each day with a new experience in life and thanked everyone for their cooperation to run the school smoothly. Our Principals blessings and praise added a glint to the day.

                                                                NEWS & EVENTS                 

SKILL
All teachers are better
But Rajshree Ma'am is the best
Who teaches, us in that kind of school
Like small birds in the nest

All teachers are gurus
But, Rajshree ma'am is God
She attracts children
Like cathode and anode.

She attracts everyone
Either may be man or woman
Don't go away from us 
Like notepad and pen

We are a waste without you
Like bull without cart
Really I am saying this
From deep down from my heart

I don't learn anything 
Without your slap
For this kind of Principal 

Please everyone clap
Meet Soni/ IX

Friday, 28 September : Special Assembly was organized on the occasion of Principal Ms. Rajeshree Shihag’s birthday.  The program started with the birthday song sung by Music Teacher Mr.Kishore Kumar. Madhavi  Sompura/ VI, Kesar Sompura/ V sung a birthday song. . Meet Soni/ IX & Chandresh Choudhary/ XII recited a poem made by them. Students of each class presented Ma’am with cards and gifts. Sweets were distributed by Ma’am in all the classes and among teachers too.

Tuesday, 25th September- Thursday, 27th September: Students were awarded with certificates for securing I,II and III position in Co- curricular activities which were organised during the month of April- September 2018. The activities conducted were both Inter House and Intra Class. Congratulations to all the winners.


                                  STUDY     
Monday, 24th September- Friday, 28th September: Revision was taken in all the classes and in all subjects for the commencing Half Yearly Examination. Computer Practical was conducted in all classes. Students were seen flocked around teachers to get their problems solved.

Wednesday, 26th September- Friday, 28th September: Oral Examination for Pre- Primary and Primary classes were conducted before their main written papers.

Saturday, 29th September: Half Yearly Written Papers were conducted for Class III-XII. In the morning students were seen a little nervous. They tried to solve their difficulties and so flocked around their respective subject teacher. Best of luck for your exams! 
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.

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