The School Weekly - 15th April 2019

STARS THIS WEEK
STUDENT:  Lakshyaraj Singh Sonigara/XII was selected as the Student this Week. He shared his views on the impact of modernization on traditional culture. He talked about positive and negative impact of modernization on us. He shared it affects the social culture patterns in the society.The study concludes family system that has been severely affected by modernization and life has became artificial, people act as robots . Modernization has negative effect on our environment. Modernization brings technology that consumes energy and leads to such things as air pollution and climate change. Another negative effect  on our society is modernization breaks up the social ties that bound people together in traditional societies. Education plays an essential role in society, creating knowledge , transferring it to students and fostering innovation. There are positive point of modernization in the education field as it provides you the opportunity to gain knowledge from various sources and it helps to establish yourself.

EDUCATOR: Krishna Gopal Dave / Educator was selected as the Educator this Week. He
shared his views on importance of Time Management. He gave an inspirational and  motivational speech on Time Management and importance of time in one's life. He told that many suffered throughout their life just because they did not give any importance to time. One can miss an important event like interview or train if he would just be late for a few moments.

 He said time is very precious so we should use each and every minute wisely. He illustrated this with an example that if gold is lost somewhere we can get it somehow,  but once time is lost it cannot come back so we should use it wisely and we should maintain a time table so that we don't waste our time.
ALUMNI
(ED: Editor, BK: Bhanendra Kunwar)

ED: Which was your batch year?
BK: 2012-13
ED: Which were your favourite classes?
BK: My favourite Classes included Class X which gave me some wonderful memories to cherish them for rest of my life and yes, Class IX was also a huge part of this memorable journey. 
ED: What do you think of the School Campus and extracurricular activities.
BK: I think that the ambiance of the campus is really good and peaceful which helped me in my studies. And when it is about extracurricular activities , they molded me to be a confident and strong person.
ED: How did the School prepare you for the career?
BK: I can remember it very clearly that how my teachers became my guides and advised me for the best in every way so that I could accomplish my dreams . 
ED: Which was your favorite spot in the school?
BK: My favorite spots included basketball court, empty corridors, classroom, music room and science lab.
ED: Did you participate in any activities? Mention them
BK: Yes. I used to participate in many school activities which included basketball competitions and other sports activities, other than that I used to participate in competitions like extempore, debates, etc.
ED: What message would you like to give to the students?
BK: Fabindia School is one of the best Schools in rural Rajasthan. Every student gets a personal opportunity of his/her own interest. There is a lot to learn from our elders and the surrounding so keep  learning. 
NEWS & EVENTS
 SCHOOL LIFE

      From being a place of strangers

       To being a place of love-angers.

             From being a loner

          To being a chatterbox.

          From carrying heavy bags
        To leaving with heavy hearts.
           From living in memories
      To remembering them in minds.
     From playing and dancing in grounds
          To studying in classrooms and wandering around.
                 From knowing nothing
          To understanding everything.
              From sharing lunchboxes
                    To caring for all.
              From wearing a tunic
               To flaunting a saree.
             From joining with cries
        To leaving with tears in eyes.

Kirti Malviya/ XII

Friday, 12th April: CBSE Subroto Mukherji Cup, Rajasthan are organising U17 Boys Football tournament and our school team is participating in it. Players were seen doing sprint, shot practices, passing, shooting accuracy etc during their Games Lesson. Mostly students of Class VIII ,IX and X gave trials.
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,  Varun Malviya & Ronak Devda.

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