The School Weekly- 24th February 2020

STARS THIS WEEK
STUDENT: Jhanak Devda / VIII A was the Student this Week for his excellent participation in Dhruvtara Astronomy. He shared his views on 'Importance of Hard Work & Setting Goals'. He started his speech with a quote 'To make one’s life successful we need to have a goal. A life without a goal is like a ship without a compass.'We are lucky to have a good school with all necessary infrastructures. No matter how you had been in the last term, but what matters most today is how well you will utilize your capabilities and the facilities provided in the school in this term.
He inspired the students with a short story of Mr. Abraham Lincoln. You must have heard of Abraham Lincoln. He was the son of a poor woodcutter. Every day he was found reading under a street light. One day a police man on patrolling asked him, “Why are you here so late at night?” Boy Lincoln replied instantly, “If I don’t read now how can I become the President of America”? The surprised policeman asked him, “You, you want to become the President of America?” We know that later he became the best president that America had ever seen.
How many of us do have such specified goals in our life? People who had high goals in life proved themselves to be great assets for their nation. Are we not destined to be great? Don’t we have the capabilities?
Dear friends, specific goals in life enable us to move forward with determination. And this determination persuades us to strive hard. Are you all ready to be great? May the Almighty bless us in finding our goals and realizing them.

EDUCATOR: Mrs. Nikita Rajpurohit was the Educator this Week. She shared her views on
'Determination; the only way to achieve goals.' She shared that we should keep our willpower strong and not let the outside negativity affect us. She narrated a story of two boys who lived in a village. One of them was 6 years old and the other was 10 years old, both were best friends. They both lived together, played together, ate together. One day, they were playing hide and seek. Running one after another, both entered the forest which was near to the village. They were so much engaged in their games that they didn't realize that they were in the forest. While playing, the elder one (10 years old) fell into the well. He shouted for help. Now, the 6 year old child immediately ran towards the well to help his friend. He looked here and there but didn't find anyone whom he could call for help. There he saw a bucket tied with a rope. Without wasting a second, he threw the bucket into the well and asked his friend to hold it tightly. 10 year old boy grabbed the bucket tightly and 6 year old boy pulled the bucket with all his strength. He didn't stop until he pulled his friend out of the well and rescued him. They hugged each other and went back to the village. You all may think that this is the end of the story but the real story started now.
As it was getting dark, their parents and people in the village were worried.  They started looking for both of them. After sometimes, both the boys arrived in the village. As soon as they arrived, their parents and the villagers gathered near them and started asking where did they go. They told the whole incident whatever had happened with them, but nobody believed them. It was hard to believe because a 6 year old boy who didn't have enough strength to lift a bucket full of water, how could he be dragged by a 10 year old boy out of the well. There was an old wise man among the crowd, who came there and told that though it is hard to believe but it's true that this little boy had saved his friend's life. He was able to save his friend only because at that time there was no one near him to tell him "YOU CANNOT DO IT" and he knew that he had to save his friend anyhow. Just because there was no one to stop him, he was able to save his friend from drowning into the well.
First of all the story teaches us that - There will be people who will stop you from doing good things, but never get discouraged by those people. Secondly - Never ever feel that you don't have the capability of doing things, because you never know what wonders you can create.

NEWS & EVENTS

Monday, 17th February: Everybody has been bust preparing for exams.

Thursday, 20th February: Class X has started with their Board Exams and Class XII with start from 25th February.  


Volume No. 414 Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal, Ms Swabhi Parmar,
Chief Editor: Diksha Choudhary, Secretary: Uma Choudhary, Joint Secretary: Mansi Choudhary, Editors: Anumesh Rao, Krisha Dave, Puran Choudhary, Jatin Tripash, Diksha Choudhary, Tammana Solanki, Uma Choudhary, Priyanka Deora, Krithika Rajpurohit, & Kunal Rajpurohit.


The School Weekly-17th February 2020

STARS THIS WEEK

STUDENT: Daksh Rajpurohit/ VI was the Student this Week. He shared his views on 'Importance of Smart Work’. He shared that if we organize our work smartly then we can achieve fabulous results. Hard work is surely key to success but smart work is the smart key to be successful. He shared that smart work helps a person to complete a task efficiently – more work in less hours with less resources and reduced efforts.
Hard Work also, helps a person to complete a task successfully, but time consumption will be more and there is no assurance if the task can be completed with less resources. The person who does hard work has to put a lot of efforts to complete a task.
In short, with hard work we can complete a task successfully; but in order to gain fame among people and get recognition smart work matters a lot.
Last but not the least I would like to say that if you work hard you will achieve good rewards. If you work smartly you will achieve better rewards. If you work hard and smartly then you will achieve extraordinary rewards.

EDUCATOR: Ms. Deepika Rajpurohit was the Educator this Week.  She shared her views
on 'Importance of Education.' She shared the value of knowledge over material wealth.          
 कोशिशों के बावजूद हो जाती है कभी हार,
होकर निराश मत बैठना मन को अपने मार।
बढ़ते रहना आगे सदा हो जैसा भी मौसम,
पा लेती हैं मंज़िल चींटियां गिर-गिर कर हर बार।।
आधुनिक विश्व के प्रपञ्च को सम्यक्तया समझने के लिए जो सबसे महत्वपूर्ण तत्त्व है- 'शिक्षा', उस पर अपने विचार प्रस्तुत करूँगी। एक सामान्य जिंदगी जीने के लिए इंसान को रोटी, कपड़ा और मकान के अलावा किसी चीज़ की सबसे ज्यादा जरूरत होती है तो वो है- शिक्षा। संस्कृत के एक श्लोक से समझाना चाहूँगी-                 विद्या नाम नरस्य रूपमधिकं प्रच्छन्नगुप्तं धनं,
विद्या भोगकरी यश:सुखकरी विद्या गुरुणाम गुरु:।
विद्या बंधुजनो विदेशगमने विद्या परा देवता,
विद्या राजसु पूज्यते न तु धनं विद्याविहीन: पशु:।।
विद्या इंसान का विशिष्ट रूप है, गुप्त धन है। विद्या भोग देने वाली, यशदात्री और सुखकारक है। विद्या या शिक्षा गुरुओं की गुरु है। विदेश जाने पर विद्या बंधु है। विद्या वह धन है, जिसे राजाओं द्वारा पूजा जाता है। जिसके पास विद्यारूपी धन नहीं है, वह पशु के समान है।
विद्या ऐसा धन है जिसे चोर चुरा नहीं सकता। यदि हमारे पास ज्यादा आभूषण हो तो हमें हर वक्त यह डर सताता है कि कहीं हमारे कीमती आभूषण चोरी न हो जाए और बहुत बार इस डर की वजह से उन आभूषणों को पहनने के बजाए तिजोरी में सजाए रखते हैं। लेकिन विद्या बिना रत्नजड़ित एक ऐसा आभूषण है जो आपके व्यक्तित्व को यश, कीर्ति व सम्मान दिलाता है। और सबसे महत्वपूर्ण विद्यारूपी धन को हम जितना खर्च करेंगे, उतना ही वह बढ़ता जाएगा।
 विद्या वो इन्वेस्टमेंट है जिसका मुनाफा जीवन के अंत तक मिलता रहता है, तो उसी में इन्वेस्ट करिए। एक राजा अपनी शक्ति के बल पर केवल वहीं तक जाना जाता है, जहाँ तक उसका साम्राज्य फैला होता है। वो केवल अपनी प्रजा का प्रिय होता है। पर, अपने ज्ञान की कीर्ति फैलाने वाले अल्बर्ट आइंस्टाइन, विलियम शेक्सपियर, रवींद्रनाथ टैगोर, कालिदास आदि सिर्फ अपनी जन्मभूमि में ही नहीं बल्कि पूरे विश्व में पूजे जाते हैं और सम्पूर्ण मानव जाति के लिए वो प्रेरणास्रोत हैं। इसलिए 'पढ़ते रहिए, आगे बढ़ते रहिए'।
 बिना इस बात की चिंता किए पढ़ें कि आखिरी परिणाम क्या होगा? साल के अंत में जब हम परीक्षा देने बैठेंगे तो याद रहेगा या नहीं, अच्छे अंक आएंगे या नहीं! इस बात की चिंता किए बिना अगर हम पढ़ेंगे तो बेशक, सफलता प्राप्त करेंगे।
विद्यार्थियों! आपके ये शिक्षा के सुनहरे दिन आपको कुछ समय के लिए गंभीर जरूर रख सकते हैं, लेकिन उसका फल आपको आगे आने वाले दिनों में उम्मीद से शत-प्रतिशत ज्यादा मिलेगा।मेरा ऐसा मानना है कि रुपए किसी को ताकतवर नहीं बनाते और बनाते भी है तो कुछ समय के लिए। दौलत आज होगी, कल नहीं होगी। शस्त्र का ज्ञान रुक सकता है लेकिन शास्त्र का ज्ञान कभी नहीं रुकता। शास्त्र का ज्ञान, शस्त्र से ज्यादा असरदार, प्रभावशाली और शक्तिशाली होता है। सीखते रहिए, क्योंकि ज्ञान का धनी व्यक्ति हमेशा ही सम्मान और आदरयोग्य होता है। ज्ञान वो कवच है, वो शील है जो आपके जीवन में आने वाली कठिनाइयों से आपकी रक्षा करेगा, फिर किसी भी शस्त्र की आपको आवश्यकता नहीं रहेगी।
  हमारे पुस्तकालय में एक पुस्तक है- 'मैं हूं मलाला', मलाला यूसुफजई, जिसे 2013 में नोबेल पुरस्कार मिला था। वह नोबेल पुरस्कार उन्हें इसलिए दिया गया क्योंकि मलाला ने शिक्षा प्राप्त करने के लिए लड़ाई लड़ी थी। मलाला की लड़ाई दुनिया के बहुत बड़े आतंकवादी संगठन तालिबान से थी। मलाला को विद्यालय जाने के लिए इतनी बड़ी लड़ाई लड़नी पड़ी। एक बार तालिबानी संगठन के एक व्यक्ति ने स्कूल से आती मलाला पर तीन गोलियां चलाई। मलाला आई सी यू में कितने ही दिनों तक भर्ती रही। फिर भी मलाला यह सोच रही थी कि "यदि मैं भी तालिबान पर वार करती, तो मैं भी उसी की तरह बन जाती, फिर उसमें और मुझमें क्या फर्क रह जाता। यह परफेक्ट उदाहरण है 'तालीम के साथ तहजीब के होने का'। हमारे पास शिक्षा तो है, लेकिन संस्कार कहीं खो गए हैं।
अकेली मलाला ने इतने  बड़े आतंकवादी संगठन को हरा दिया और फिरसे शिक्षा प्राप्त करने लगी। लेकिन हमें इस तरह की समस्या का सामना करना नहीं पड़ता, हमारे पास सारी सुविधाएं उपलब्ध हैं। बस, हमें पढ़ते रहना है, गिव अप शब्द को तो अपने शब्दकोश से निकालकर फेंक ही दो। न पढ़ने के हम जितने बहाने ढूंढ़ते हैं, पढ़ने का एक बहाना ढूंढ़ ले तो हमारी जिंदगी संवर जाएगी। जब हम सफलता प्राप्त करने की ठान लें और मेहनत करे तो हमें कोई नहीं रोक सकता, सिवाए खुद के। हम स्वयं ही अपने-आप के दुश्मन बन जाते हैं। ऐसा न करें, पढ़ते रहें, सीखते रहें, जिज्ञासु बनें।
हमारी जन्मभूमि- भारत, वह है जिसे 'विश्वगुरु' की उपाधि प्राप्त थी। हमारे ऋषि-मुनि - चाणक्य, आर्यभट्ट, चरक, सुश्रुत आदि। जिनके द्वारा बताए गए ज्ञान को पूरा विश्व अपना रहा है। हमारी खोजें, हमारे अनुसंधान, हमारी संस्कृति, हमारे संस्कार, हमारी सभ्यता, हमारे महान स्वतंत्रता सेसानी, हमारे सैनिक, हमारे शहीद... जितने उदाहरण दें, कम हैं। हमारे खून में जन्म से ही स्मार्टनेस, इंटेलिजेंस भरी पड़ी है। हम उसे पहचानें, आत्मविश्वास रखें और पढ़ते रहें। वह दिन दूर नहीं, जब आप, मैं, हम-सब कोहिनूर बनकर चमकेंगें और हमारे विद्यालय, हमारे देश का नाम रोशन करेंगे। क्योंकि-
     जिसे खुद पर विश्वास हो, वो यही कहता है।
     मेहनत कर, किस्मत का लिखा बदलता है।।

NEWS & EVENTS
Tuesday, 11th February: On the occasion of "Safe Internet Day" a Special Assembly was organised. Mr. Jitendra Suthar shared ways to be safe while using Internet. He talked about cyber crime and how we can prevent our social media accounts. It was a knowledgeable day and we learnt many new things which could help us in our future. 
Students of Class VI-X had participated in SOF Science Olympiad. Omprakash Mobarsa/ VI received a gold medal, other participants received certificate of participation.

Friday, 14th February: "Balwant Singh Rajpurohit Cricket Championship" was organised on Friday, 14 February in memory of our student, Balwant Singh. In addition to the host team, Oxford School, Rani and Sanskar School, Koselav participated in this competition. Third place was bagged by Oxford School, Rani. The second place was held by Sanskar School, Koselav and first place was received by Team A of The Fabindia School. Chief Guest Mr. Lakhma Ramji, Chairman, Municipal, Bali and Distinguished Guest Mr. Sulamain Tak, Chairman, SMC distributed the prizes and addressed the players to make the game a part of life, all round development is possible by playing games. Principal Rajeshree Shihag announced that this Cricket Championship will be held every year.

Volume No. 412 Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal, Ms Swabhi Parmar,

Chief Editor: Diksha Choudhary, Secretary: Uma Choudhary, Joint Secretary: Mansi Choudhary, Editors: Anumesh Rao, Krisha Dave, Puran Choudhary, Jatin Tripash, Diksha Choudhary, Tammana Solanki, Uma Choudhary, Priyanka Deora, Krithika Rajpurohit, & Kunal Rajpurohit.

The School Weekly- 10th February 2020

STARS THIS WEEK
STUDENT: Vinay Pratap Singh/ VI was the Student this Week for his passion for Cricket. He shared his views on how to develop passion for cricket. He shared that playing cricket was his hobby. Whenever he has free time he practices cricket. He dreams to become a cricketer in future. He quoted, “I tend to believe that cricket is the greatest thing that God ever created on earth.” “Enjoy the game and chase your dreams. Dreams do come true! “

EDUCATOR: Mr. Rahul Kumar Thakur was the Educator this Week. He shared his views on "Importance of Sports". He shared that there are many things in sports which we can use in our daily life.He shared some important topics which sports teach us like discipline,friendship,team work,leadership and overcoming adversity. He shared that sports also teach us these values. He explained that in sports discipline is needed. Without discipline we cannot play the game properly. In team work we shouldn't use "I". We should use "we". Sports also teaches us the value of friendship. He ended with a beautiful quote, "Don't prove yourself improve yourself".

                          NEWS & EVENTS
Wednesday, 5th February: Phulesh Sirvi/ IX, Rohit Vaishnav/ XI & Anumesh Rao/ XI escorted by Mr. Yagyapal Singh/ Educator went to The Stein Auditorium, Indian Habitat, New Delhi to receive The Green School Award. The students participated in the solar making and quiz competition. We are now a Green School, accredited by CSE Green School Program. Well done kids for joining us on the mission. Congratulations to the audit team.

Friday, 7th February: Annual Budget Meeting was conducted in the School. Board Members Mr Sandeep Dutt BAT Chairman, Ms Prableen Sabhaney Treasurer, Ms Poonam Singh Chauhan Secretary, Ms. Rajeshree Shihag Principal & Mr. Sandeep Singh Admin Head discussed the Annual Budget of the School.

Saturday, 8th February: Humming Bird is a Science Olympiad which was held in  November .It was in Math, English, Science and Hindi subject.From our school 37 students had participated and from 37 students, 13 reached the second level. Dakshita Sirvi/ VII VII, Yamini Rathore/VII and Meenakshi Sirvi/VIII received Gold Medal. Riya Vaishnav/VIII received Silver Medal.Tanisha Malviya/VIII received Bronze Medal. Thirteen students received Certificate of Merit. Ms. Urmila Rathore/ Educator received a certificate as the Coordinator of the Olympiad. Ms. Rajeshree Shihag/ Principal received a certificate for the best Academic Performance of the School in the Olympiad.  


Volume No. 412 Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal, Ms Swabhi Parmar,
Chief Editor: Diksha Choudhary, Secretary: Uma Choudhary, Joint Secretary: Mansi Choudhary, Editors: Anumesh Rao, Krisha Dave, Puran Choudhary, Jatin Tripash, Diksha Choudhary, Tammana Solanki, Uma Choudhary, Priyanka Deora, Krithika Rajpurohit, & Kunal Rajpurohit.

The School Weekly -3rd February 2020

STARS THIS WEEK
STUDENT: Soumyajeet Solanki/ V was the Student this Week, for being a young enthusiastic explorer. He shared his explorations on Slooh, the Astronomy platform. He also shared his views on Self Control. He shared that it is a responsibility on our part to exercise self-control. It can be used in many areas. He said that first of all we should exercise it in the area of speech. Too much talk can make us lose respect with the teachers and the elderly. Second, self-control in the area of food, as bad eating and drinking habits can prove harmful. Third in social media, so we should not spend  too much time on it. Fourth in money matters so do not spend too much on non-essential things. Finally, self-control in our thoughts. We should not leave our mind empty but fill it with good thoughts. He quoted "“You have power over your mind - not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.”

EDUCATOR: Ms, Richa Solanki was the Educator this Week. She shared her views on Self
Motivation. She advised students to be happy in small successes. For success, we shouldn’t focus on failures and mistakes but stay self-motivated.

Achievers are always self-motivated, to be self-motivated, we must have a purpose in life. This helps you to know what to avoid for achieving goals. We should focus on our goal and avoid too much thinking, as this will lead to inaction. We should value time and it's the best utilization. We should learn from the best source. It can be a book, social media or from an experienced person. Finally, be decisive and show leadership. She quoted "Life is not a perfect drawing. The closer look will always reveal a wrong stroke of the brush. But it not all lost. The largest canvas will always show that you did something well. So, live life to the fullest."

NEWS & EVENTS
27th January, Monday: Students had a session on Skype with students from Chembur Welfare Marathi Shala, Mumbai. This was a cross-cultural collaboration in which students interacted and asked questions about each other's culture and heritage. They shared stories of their states, Rajasthan and Maharashtra. The discussion and interaction were on different cultural aspects. Students had a lot of fun while sharing and acquiring cultural awareness. 

UT IV was conducted for Class I-X. Students were busy with their studies and educators were busy with correcting answer scripts the whole week round.

28th January, Tuesday: The House Trophy of Excellence in Sports & Skill was presented to the winning Houses for the year 2019-20
Excellence in Sports - Gandhi House 
Excellence in Skill- Raman House 
30th January, Thursday: A Special Assembly was held on the occasion of Martyrs Day. Ms Punita Chouhan & Ms Kusum Sharma shared their views on the importance of this day. Ms Deepika Rajpurohit sang a patriotic song which was dedicated to the martyrs. A two-minute silence was observed by everyone in remembrance of our great martyrs.

27th January, Monday-31st January, Friday: Atal Tinker Fest was organised by the School. Students of The Fabindia School, Bali and Kanakraj Sawantraj Lodha Public School, Falna participated in the Fest. It was a festival of creativity and innovation for school children of Classes VIII to XII. It was a four-day event where students participated in competitions, exhibitions and workshops.

Students presented their ideas and the usefulness of projects. Learning Outcomes were; they developed creativity, learnt new skills, gained confidence, developed communication and presentation skills and the focus was to stay inspired. The event was curated by Mr Jitendra Suthar

Report of the Fest
Day 1: Students were asked to identify a problem  in their surrounding. After identification of the problem, time was given to find the solution to that problem which can either eradicate that problem or help in minimizing the issue. Participants then listed all the requirements for the project.

Day 2: Equipment was provided by the Lab. Thereafter they all started to materialize their ideas into a Physical Project. With great collaboration between them, they designed the projects. 

Day 3:Third day was to finalize the projects with programs to be uploaded in the Electronic Component called Arduino. They first learnt to write the program and burn it to the chip. Later on, the circuit was placed on the project for the automatic working of the model. Also at the end, they all were instructed to prepare for the presentation of the project on the fourth day.

Day 4: Students presented their ideas, usefulness, and the learning outcomes with Judges. Two teams stood at the first position. Certificates were presented to students and mentors by Judges and Principal. 

1st February, Saturday: PTM was organised for the Pre Primary Section. Around 80% of the Parents attended the meeting. Monthly assessment worksheets and activities were showcased to the parents. Students were guided in the presence of their parents to develop regular study habits, to monitor the activities and homework of their wards at home. 
 Parents appreciated the Educators hard work that they had put in for their child's progress.

Volume No. 411 Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal, Ms Swabhi Parmar,
Chief Editor: Diksha Choudhary, Secretary: Uma Choudhary, Joint Secretary: Mansi Choudhary, Editors: Anumesh Rao, Krisha Dave, Puran Choudhary, Jatin Tripash, Diksha Choudhary, Tammana Solanki, Uma Choudhary, Priyanka Deora, Krithika Rajpurohit, & Kunal Rajpurohit.

The School Weekly - 27th January 2020

STARS THIS WEEK

STUDENT: Harshvardhan Singh/IV, Student this Week shared his views on sincerity towards work. He said sincerity is dedication towards work and our focus towards work. Sincerity can very easily be called the foundation of every great thing that has ever happened to mankind. Sincerity is a mix of seriousness and honesty. If you do things with sincerity, people will trust you.

EDUCATOR: Miss.Shivani Rao was the Educator this Week. She shared her views on the importance of setting goals. She shared that the  only person who is capable of setting limits to your growth is 'YOU'. You are the only person who can revolutionize your life. You are the only person who can influence your happiness, your realization and your success. You are the only person who can help yourself. 
Your life does not change when your boss changes, when your friends change, when your partner changes, when your company changes. Your life changes when YOU change, when you go beyond your limiting beliefs, when you realize that you are the only one responsible for your life. The most important relationship you can have is the one you have with yourself. The key is to be true to yourself, to be true to the very best that is in you, and to live your life consistent with your highest values and aspirations. This is the only way to truly learn how to believe in yourself.

PARENT: Mr. Inder Vaishnav F/O Hemlata Vaishnav/XII Sonia Vaishnav/X and Kapil Vaishnav/ UKG was the Parent this Week. He was humble towards the opportunities the school provides to the students. He suggested that we should use all the resources efficiently to improve our learning.

(ED: Editor, IV: Inder Prakash Vaishnav)

ED:What do you do?
IV:I am a priest at a temple.

ED:What are your expectations from the school?
IV:I expect that each student studying in the school should learn something and achieve their goals and should make their parents feel proud.
ED:Are you happy with what you are doing?
IV:Yes, I am very happy with what I am doing but I would have been even happier if I would have been able to pursue my dream of doing a business. I wanted to be a businessman but because of some family commitments I couldn't achieve my goal.
ED:What message would you like to give to the students?
IV: They should respect their elders and use the resources efficiently to improve their learning.

STAFF:  On Learning Forward Saturday we had a session on importance of My Good School, the session was convened  by Mr. R.P Devgan, Chairman LFIN. He shared the importance of Clubs and Societies and also elaborated the growing demand of activities at schools.

Following important points were discussed:
 * Importance of good relationship.
* Importance of games to reduce stress.
* Importance of First Add Club for teachers and parents.
* Every child is different so no same formula can be applied to all.
* The versatility of teacher helps child a lot.
* Children should be given freedom to take challenges.
Brewing Knowledge session was conducted by Mr. Krishan Gopal,  Educators worked in groups for editing blog post.
In the PLP session all educators did group/ individual reading and discussion.
Session on Project Planning for subject enrichment was discussed for better Learning Outcomes, session was conducted by Ms. Rajeshree Shihag. The educators worked in groups to plan projects.



NEWS & EVENTS
Monday, 19th January: To enhance reading skills school has collaborated with fREDOm Reading Lab. It's a reading app for Nursery to Grade IV.   Through this app, children can choose to read, watch or listen to a story, a new story every single day. Stories are based on themes, like nature, animals, funny, adventure, family, maths etc. There is a quiz at the end of each story, to earn points to unlock exciting stories. This is an activity-based reading App and each activity addresses a particular skill. It also provides news feeds to the kids.

The School is happy to announce that Khush Rajpurohit has qualified Level II SOS International Math Olympiad with 86.67%

Friday, 24th January: Special Assembly was organized in the Pre-Primary section to celebrate Republic day. The event was inaugurated with a  speech on the importance of Republic day celebration and the role of freedom fighters by our educators.  Under the guidance of Sports Teacher Mr. Abhay Singh exercise, were performed by the students.  Patriotic songs were sung by students and educators.

Sunday, 26th January: School celebrated 71st Republic Day with gusto and enthusiasm on 26th January 2020. The Principal Ms. Rajeshree Shihag unfurled the National Flag and gave a motivational speech and also told the students about the significance of our National Flag. Ms. Kusum Sharma presented a speech, Ms. Punita Chouhan recited a poem dedicated to the soldiers. Mr. Kishore Kumar sang a beautiful patriotic song.

Mr. Krishan Gopal told the students that it is not necessary to join the army to show your patriotism for the country and narrated a story: 71वे गणतंत्र दिवस की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ। ऐसा नहीं है कि हम बंदूक हाथ में लेकर ही देशसेवा कर सकते हैं। देशभक्ति का जज्बा होना जरूरी है। एक कहानी पढ़ी थी जो मेरे जेहन में आ रही है कि एक कस्बे के चौराहे पर सुभाष चंद्र बोस की मूर्ति स्थापित की गई। मूर्ति दिखने में सुंदर थी लेकिन नेताजी के चश्मा नहीं लगा हुआ था, हो सकता है टूट गया हो या मूर्तिकार बनाना भूल गया हो। कारण कुछ भी रहा हो पर ये बिना चश्मे वाली मूर्ति एक व्यक्ति को आहत करती थी। यह विकलांग व्यक्ति फेरी लगाकर चश्मे बेचता था। अपनी चलती-फिरती दुकान में से एक चश्मा नेताजी को पहना देता। जब कोई ग्राहक वैसे ही चश्मे की फरमाइश करता तो वह नेताजी से क्षमा याचना करके   चश्मा ग्राहक को दे देता और मूर्ति पर दूसरा चश्मा लगा देता। इस प्रकार हर रोज़ नेताजी की मूर्ति पर अलग-अलग चश्मे होते कभी धूप का तो कभी गोल कभी चौकोर। लोगों के मन में भी कौतुहल होता कि आज कौनसा चश्मा लगा होगा। कुछ ऐसे लोग भी थे जो इस बात का मजाक उड़ाते। कुछ समय बाद वह व्यक्ति चल बसा। अब नेताजी की मूर्ति पर कोई चश्मा नहीं लगेगा। परंतु कुछ बच्चों ने मूर्ति पर घास के तिनकों का बना चश्मा लगा दिया। ये काम बताता है कि बच्चों में देश-भक्ति की भावना है और बिना बंदूक उठाए हम देश-भक्ति दिखा सकते हैं। हालांकि हमारे सैनिकों की बात अलग ही है सर्दी-गर्मी में भी विचलित नहीं होते। ऐसे ही एक सैनिक के विचार कुमार विश्वास की कविता में है-- 
दौलत न अदा करना मौला
शोहरत न अदा करना मौला


बस एक अदा करना चाहे 

जन्नत न अदा करना मौला

शम्मा ए वतन की लौ पर जब

कुर्बान पतंगा हो

होठों पर गंगा हो

हाथों में तिरंगा हो।

धन्यवाद

Ms. Bharti Rao shared stories of unsung heroes from Independence Era.
She talked about:
Matangini Hazra was part of the Quit India Movement and Non-Cooperation Movement. During one procession, she continued to advance with the Indian flag even after being shot thrice. She kept shouting "Vande Mataram" .

Begum Hazrat Mahal was a vital part of the 1857 Indian Rebellion. After her husband was exiled, she took charge of Awadh and even seized control of Lucknow during the rebellion
Bhikaji Cama was not only a part of the Indian Independence Movement, she was also a
figure for gender equality. She donated most of her personal effects to an orphanage for girls. She also unfurled the Indian flag at the International Socialist Conference at Stuttgart in Germany, 1907.
Tara Rani Srivastava along with her husband, led a procession in front of the Siwan Police Station. Though he was shot, she bandaged his wounds and kept going forward. By the time she returned, he had died. However, her will to go on was stronger still and she continued to fight holding the flag high.
Kamaladevi was the first woman to run for a legislative seat in India and interestingly, she was also the first Indian woman to be arrested by the British regime. She played a very vital role as a social reformer and brought back handicrafts, theaters and hand-looms to help in uplifting the socio-economic standard of the Indian women.

To mark the happiness sweets were distributed amongst all. 

For the RD parade, a representative contingent was sent to Government Senior Secondary High School, Bali, to participate in the 26th January March Past Parade. They stood Second in the parade out of ten participating schools. The contingent was led under the guidance of Mr. Rahul Thakur.

A troupe of dancers was sent to participate in Government Senior Secondary High School, Bali. They secured First Position from nine other schools that participated in the dance. Our students mesmerized the audience and won the prestigious trophy. It was choreographed by Mr. Hemant Birawat. Congratulations to all the Fabindians.

Volume No. 410 Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal, Ms Swabhi Parmar,, 

Chief Editor: Diksha Choudhary, Secretary: Uma Choudhary, Joint Secretary: Mansi Choudhary, Editors: Anumesh Rao, Krisha Dave, Puran Choudhary, Jatin Tripash, Diksha Choudhary, Tammana Solanki , Uma Choudhary, Priyanka Deora, Krithika Rajpurohit, & Kunal Rajpurohit.

The School Weekly - 20th January 2020

STARS THIS WEEK
STUDENT: Kesar Sompura/ VI B was the Student this Week for her respectful and dutiful behaviour. She shared importance of discipline in a student's life as it helps the students to achieve all the impossible things and walk towards their goals. She shared that being disciplined helps to develop a good personality.
She quoted “Punctuality is not just limited to arriving at a place at the right time, it is also about taking actions at the right time.”

EDUCATOR: Mr. Urvish Singh was the Educator this Week. He shared his views on sincerity. He said we should be sincere towards our elders, because they teach and guide us towards the right path. He feels that its a great honour to care for those who have once cared for us. He personally feels that caring for elder aids to self-development. Elderly are the truest form of wisdom. They have experienced life for long and they teach us respect, perseverance and share their wisdom with us. By being with them and caring for them establishes relationships of love and care. We learn patience and tolerance from them. He quoted “Listen to your elders’ advice not because they are always right, but because they have more experience of being wrong.”

NEWS & EVENTS
Sunday, 12th January:  Ms. Monica Vaishnav & Mr. Urvish Singh with ten students of Class 8th & 9th went to Delhi on 11th January to attend Children's Climate Conference held at National Bal Bhawan, New Delhi organized by Green Mentoring & Solutions PVT.LTD, powered by Law of Nature. 
  There were debates, penal
discussions, presentations etc. We all got this opportunity to learn something about nature for our better future. We all want to live a healthy, disease free and happy life but most of us are suffering from some or the other disease due to pollution, having unhealthy food and  global warming etc. We, knowingly or knowingly are damaging nature, but we must understand that we belong to nature, nature doesn't belong to us. All the creatures are dependent on nature. We can save nature and have a healthy life by planting trees, saving forests,   organic farming, cleanliness, avoiding plastic etc.
We should make people aware about these things for our better future. We should motivate our youth to lead to bring change in the world as they are full of life and energy and first we should start with ourselves. Schools should start projects like Green School, Zero Plastic and implement them. Students and teacher escort were awarded certificates of participation.
Monika Vaishnav/ Educator

Monday, 13th January; was filled with curiosity and zeal the class XI gathered to bid farewell to outgoing class XII. Class XI students welcomed them with tilak and roses. The program began with lighting of the candle
and best wishes for their bright future by Principal, Ms. Rajeshree
Shihag. Kinjal Rao was selected as Ms.Fabindia and Manish Paliwal was selected as Mr. Fabindia. Games were organized for them and the winners were awarded with prizes. The children enjoyed the sumptuous dinner, dance, music and campfire. The evening was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers and to reminisce joyous moments.

Saturday, 18th January: My Good School Saturday was celebrated. The day started with Inter House Patriotic Song Competition, all students sang with full zeal and enthusiasm.
Judges for the competition were Ms. Sarika Kumari, Mr. Abhay
Singh & Mr. Pralay Nag. First position was secured by Teresa House, Raman House stood second and Dhyanchand House bagged the third position.
To be fit & healthy Cross Country was organized for the students. They ran four kilometers.
Then for an hour they had a session on Value Education. Freedom; the value from the Little Book of Values was conducted with students. Post the session  students were divided into groups, brain stormed the essence of Freedom and did presentations to express their thoughts.
To enhance creativity and artistic skills in the students soft boards decoration was done by students. They enjoyed the day!    

Volume No. 409 Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal, Ms Swabhi Parmar,, 
Chief Editor: Diksha Choudhary, Secretary: Uma Choudhary, Joint Secretary: Mansi Choudhary, Editors: Anumesh Rao, Krisha Dave, Puran Choudhary, Jatin Tripash, Diksha Choudhary, Tammana Solanki , Uma Choudhary, Priyanka Deora, Krithika Rajpurohit, & Kunal Rajpurohit.










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