The School Weekly 25th January 2021

Virtual School Functioning
Academics
School has reopened for Class IX-XII on 18th January 2021. It's overwhelming to see more than 90% of students attending school.
Online & Live Classes are going on for Class Nursery – XII. 
My Good School Activities
Sports Quiz, GK Quiz, Personal Hygiene & Health Awareness Projects, live Tinkering sessions are the part of My Good School Activities.
Professional Development
Educators had their HOD & Section Meetings have planned lessons and activities for the week.
Educators have been working on content for the school Podcast Channel and YouTube Channel.
Edthena: Educators read and made audios of Chapter 6 Making Mistakes and Accepting Flaws from the book, "Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?". 
Posts from our Educators
Parakram Diwas 23rd January 
Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was born in Cuttack, Odisha on 23rd January 1897. He ranked second in the matriculation examination and fourth in the Indian Civil Services (ICS) examination. He quit his ICS job and came back to India from England in 1921. He joined India's freedom struggle movement. He was a member of the Indian National Congress (INC). He introduced the famous slogan 'Jai Hind'. He revamped the Indian National Army (INA).
Netaji established Azad Hind Fauj, a military regiment designed to counter the British. He was the first one to address Mahatma Gandhi as Father of the Nation. Bose inspired millions of youths to join the struggle for independence with socialist beliefs and thoughts. 
His most famous slogan was "It is blood alone that can pay the price of freedom. Give me blood & I will give you freedom.' Netaji had once quoted that ‘Reality is, after all, too big for our frail understanding to fully comprehend. Nevertheless, we have to build our life on the theory which contains the maximum truth.’
The birth anniversary of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose, on January 23rd, will be celebrated as 'Parakram Diwas' every year, was announced by Ministry of Culture. Ministry of Culture held a high-level committee, headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, to commemorate the 125th birth anniversary of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose in a befitting manner national & international level this year and from now onwards Netaji’s birthday will be celebrated as ‘Parakram Diwas. 
Courtesy: fresherslive.com
Bharti Rao
Importance of Festivals in Our Life
Festivals are meant to rejoice special moments and emotions in our lives with our loved ones. They give us a distraction from our day to day, the exhausting routine of life, and give us some inspiration to remember the important things and moments in life.  Festivals were started to pass the legends, knowledge and traditions onto the next generation. They bring excitement in life. 
All festivals are cultural in one way or another.  There are many types of cultural festivals such as National, Religious etc. They all serve the purpose of bringing happiness to our lives and strengthen our sense of community.
National Festivals:  They connect us as a people of a nation.  National festivals connect citizens to important moments of a nation’s history such as our independence day. They solidify patriotic spirits in society.
Religious Festivals: Religious festivals are important for families.  To keep this simple we can all agree that religious festivals help us to teach principles and ethics to our next generations.  All different religious festivals bring the same message of love, tolerance and understanding.  On these occasions, we express our gratitude to God, for the special thing or event that originated on this particular festival.
Overall in simple terms, all the festivals are related to harmony, peace and happiness.
Courtesy:http://www.hattours.com/blog/
Monika Vaishnav
भारत की सामाजिक समस्या 
Gargi Jangid/ UKG
मानव  समाज  ना  तो कभी सामाजिक समस्याओं से पूर्ण मुक्त रहा है और ना ही रहने की संभावना निकट नजर आती हैं। परंतु इतना तो निश्चित है कि आधुनिक समय में विद्यमान संचार  की क्रांति तथा शिक्षा के प्रति लोगों की जागरूकता के फल स्वरुप मनुष्य इन समस्याओं के प्रति संवेदनशील एवं सजग  हो गया हैं।  
सामाजिक समस्या के प्रति लोगों का ध्यान आकर्षित करने में जनसंचार के माध्यम टेलीविजन, अखबार एवं रेड़ियो  ने  महत्वपूर्ण भूमिका निर्वहन किया हैं।  जो समाज इतना अधिक परिवर्तनशील होगा उसमें उतनी ही अधिक समस्या आएगी समाज का ताना-बाना इतना जटिल हैं कि इसकी एक इकाई में होने वाला परिवर्तन अन्य इकाइयों  को प्रभावित करता हैं। 
भारतीय समाज की प्रमुख समस्याओं में निर्धनता, बेरोजगारी, असमानता, अशिक्षा, गरीबी, आतंकवाद ,दहेज प्रथा, बाल विवाह आदि  हैं।  इन समस्याओं के निराकरण के लिए यह अत्यावश्यक है कि इनकी प्रकृति को समझा जाए एवं स्वरूपों  की व्याख्या की जाए इन समस्याओं के निराकरण के लिए एक नई सोच प्रस्तुत करना अति आवश्यक हैं।
Kusum Dangi
Humility 
Humility is the state of being humble. It is a virtue. It is the quality of keeping one’s self under control. It is the opposite of being proud. A person who possesses this quality is humble and meek. A humble person is the master of himself. He is not stubborn. He is ready to accept other people’s advice and learn from their experience. He is not annoyed with anybody. A proud person gets angry easily when something offends him. 
A humble person does not get angry easily. He admits his mistakes and shortcomings politely. A proud person does not admit his faults easily. He gets annoyed and blames others for his own mistakes. A proud person is stubborn and angry. He does not value another person’s suggestions and ideas. We must make our children humble in life because it spreads harmony among people. Humility makes a person more sensitive to understand other situations. So first we have to be humble towards children if we want them to be humble with others.
Courtesy Source: 
https://greatergood.berkeley.edu/
Manisha Deora
राष्ट्र निर्माण में विद्यार्थियों का योगदान 
भारत एक महान देश है । यह ऋषि-मुनियों ,महापुरुषों का देश है । वीरांगनाओं की भूमि है यह राम, कृष्णा, बुद्ध, गांधी की जन्मभूमि है। भारत के वीर सपूत मातृभूमि व देश प्रेम की बलिवेदी को अपने खून से रंग कर स्वतंत्रता संग्राम के महान यज्ञ में अपने प्राणों की आहुति चढ़ाकर मातृभूमि के बंधन तोड़े और उन्हें स्वतंत्र कर अपने कर्तव्य निष्ठा तथा देश प्रेम का परिचय दिया।
"चाहे जो हो धर्म तुम्हारा, चाहे जो वादी हो,
नहीं जी रहे अगर देश हित में तो निश्चय ही अपराधी हो"
भारत एक प्रभु सत्ता संपन्न राष्ट्र है । देश के उज्जवल भविष्य का एकमात्र आशा केंद्र आज के विद्यार्थी हैं। नवभारत के निर्माता देश के भाग्य विधाता छात्र हैं जो आज स्कूलों व कॉलेजों की चारदीवारी के अंदर अपने सामाजिक जीवन के प्रासाद की नींव जमा रहे हैं। भारत के भावी जीवन की नैया के कर्णधार ,जन गण  उन्नायक, भविष्य के शिलाधार, तुम्हें देश को महान बनाना है।
देश के प्रति बालक बालिकाओं का कर्तव्य है कि ब्रह्मचर्य व्रत का पालन करते हुए उत्तम शिक्षा के द्वारा बौद्धिक, मानसिक विकास करने के लिए प्रयत्न शील हो। महापुरुषों के जीवन चरित्र से शिक्षा तथा प्रेरणा प्राप्त करें। विद्यार्थी का लक्ष्य सदा ऊंचा होना चाहिए । विद्यार्थियों को सुयोग्य मार्गदर्शक की आवश्यकता है ।स्वतंत्र भारत के विद्यार्थी को अनुशासित वह आत्म संस्कार भी होना आवश्यक है।आदर्श नागरिक के निर्माण के कार्य में माता पिता तथा शिक्षकों का भी महान दायित्व है। यदि वे उत्तम शिक्षा की व्यवस्था करें तो बालक बालिकाओं के सामने महान आदर्श प्रस्तुत करें तो निसंदेह इन्हीं छात्रों में से बुद्ध और गांधी, व्यास, वाल्मीकि ,राणा प्रताप, शिवाजी जैसे नेता जी सुभाष चंद्र और भगत सिंह जैसे देशभक्त और लक्ष्मी बाई जैसी वीरांगनाओं का उदय हो सकता है।
"भारत माता की जय"
उषा पंवार
Posts from our Students
Health and Hygiene 
Health refers to a person’s overall well-being and focuses not just on one’s physical state but the mental and social state as well. Physical fitness refers to the bodily conditions and state of health with the absence of diseases. Mental health is the well-being of a person’s psychological state, which is free from mental illness and having good cognitive health. Social well being is a person’s capability to form and maintain relationships in their lives. The World Health Organization adds to this definition by stating that health does not just refer to the objective of living but also resources for everyday life. Having a sound body and mind constitutes good health. Hygiene correlates to health. Hygiene refers to practices to ensure that we have good health. These practices focus on cleanliness, clean environment and nutritious diets, all of which are important to the human body personal and social hygiene help to protect our bodies from illnesses. Building a robust immune system requires good health with proper hygiene. A nutritious diet is a prerequisite to good health. A balanced diet involves consuming different kinds of foods like fruits, vegetables, staples, legumes and proteins. Fruits and vegetables contain minerals and vitamins that are important for the body. Drinking fluids help to keep our bodies hydrated. They flush out the toxins and make us stronger. Fats, oils and sugars provide us with energy, but we must consume them in limited quantities. Some people also include meat into their diet, which has sufficient protein. Dairy products have calcium that helps strengthen bones. Washing fruits and cooking vegetables before consumption is essential for Hygiene.
Khush Rajpurohit
Class- XI /Science
Swami Vivekananda
Swami Vivekananda was a great religious personality in the world. He was born on 12th January 1863 in culcutta . While Swami Vivekananda was in America, some boys were standing on the bridge and trying to shoot eggshells that were floating in the water. They failed almost at every try, Vivekananda who was watching them from a distance went close to them, took the gun and fired twelve times, and every time he fired, he hit the eggshell. The inquisitive boys asked him how he did it? He replied "Whatever you are doing, put your whole mind on it. If you are shooting, your mind should be only on the target. Then you will never miss. If you are learning your lessons, think only of the lesson. In my country boys are taught to do this."
Divynashi Singh
Class V
काश ! मैं पक्षी होती 
आसमान में उड़ते पक्षी भला किसे अच्छे नहीं लगते हैं ? सुबह - सुबह जब मैं नींद से जागती हूँ , तो तरह - तरह की मधुर आवाजें मेरा मन मोह लेती हैं। ये आवाजें रंग - बिरंगे पक्षियों की हैं।  जो आसमान में यहाँ से वहाँ तक उड़ान भरते हैं। इनका मधुर गान सुनकर मन में यह अभिलाषा होती है - कि काश ! मैं भी पक्षी होती। 
कभी - कभी जब मैं आसमान में ऊँचा देखती हूँ तब ठंडी - ठंडी हवाएँ बहती है , जो बहुत सुहावनी लगती है। परंतु कभी - कभी उन हवाओं से गंदी - सी बदबू भी आती है।  जब मैं उस हवा को महसूस करती हूँ तो साँस भी नहीं ले पाती हूँ। मेरी माँ कहती है कि कारखानों से जो गंदा धुआँ निकलता है वो आसमान की ताजी हवा को गंदा करता है। मेरा दोस्त चूँ - चूँ कबूतर तो एक दिन पतंग की डोरी में फँस कर मर भी गया। मुझे बहुत दुःख हुआ। पर मुझे आसमान में उड़ना पसंद है। मैं सोचती हूँ कि पक्षी कैसे उड़ते हैं। काश ! मैं भी पक्षी होती। 
Kanishka Ranawat
Class - II

Volume No. 456 Published by The Editorial Board: Mrs Bharti Rao, Mr Krishan Gopal, Ms Swabhi Parmar,
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