The School Weekly 19th April 2021

News and Events
Thursday, 15th April: New Session starts for Middle Section followed by the Primary Section. 
Elections were constituted for the Student Governing Body. Leadership role under Legislature, Judiciary and the Executive will create opportunities to enhance 21st Century Skills.

Introducing you to the Head Boy & Head Girl of the Academic Session 2021-22
I am Aryan Sirvi , Headboy of The Fabindia school . I am very grateful to everyone who believed in me and supported me for making me the school headboy. I think that being headboy of the school is not an easy job. A person having good leadership skills , confidence and good communication skills can handle the post of a headboy . I am studying in the school for last 15 years and things which school have done for me in those years cannot be forgotten. School gave me lot of opportunities whether it would be playing sports at a big level , developing a lot of skills in myself or making me that capable of being the school headboy. I came in the school as a small plant and now as the school has made me a strong tree , I would like to give my shade to the school. Giving shade means I want to help my teachers and school management. There are a number of activities in the school in the whole year and teachers are always busy in preparation of these activities for students . I will help them in managing these activities so that they can focus more on their teaching . I want myself to emerge as a good leader from here. A leader is not someone who just stands in front of a group of people . A leader is someone who is unbiased and can see how things can be improved in a good manner . Headboy is not boss of students , he is just a servant of students . I am feeling very proud on being the headboy of the school and will give 120% towards the school.
Thank you 
Aryan Sirvi
Head Boy

First of all I would like to thank all of you for supporting me and believing in me. I was very happy that everyone in the school loves me and they want me to be the head girl.
Being a head girl is a very huge responsibility for me and now it's my duty to take decisions for betterment of the school and I'll constantly be alert, observant and sensitive to the needs of the school and act promptly after consulting and getting orders from the Principal. And most importantly I'll never let my school down. I promise you all that I'll always be serious towards my duties. To every Fabindian, I would like to say that grab all the opportunities that come to you and make the school flag flutter high. I'll encourage those students who feel shy in participating to come forward voluntarily and participate. Together we can bring a change. As the head girl it will be a great pleasure for me to bring good changes in our school.
Plans for upcoming year:-
I'll represent my school as an ambassador of school and will try to become role model for Juniors as a disciplined student. I'll command the whole school in discipline. With the help of my teachers, we can create a platform where the students can come up with any sorts of complaints without any fear. Ragging, bullying, teasing, physical abuse can be the main reasons of such complaints. With the help of the school we'll create an online platform where students can publish their write-ups. We will urge the students to focus on academics as well as in improving their talents instead of wasting time in other useless activities.
 Most importantly we'll together make all the students respect each other.
 Upcoming year will definitely give me lot of experiences.
Meenakshi Choudhary
Head Girl

Thursday, 15th April: was filled with curiosity and zeal. Class XI gathered to bid farewell to the 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. Diksha Choudhary won the crown of Ms. Fabindia and Ujjwal Singh wore the crown as Mr. Fabindia. 

Games were organized for them and the winners were awarded with prizes. The children enjoyed the sumptuous dinner, dance, and music. The evening was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers and to reminisce joyous moments.

Saturday, 17th April:
Yoga Session was organised by Mr. Rahul Thakur and Mr. Abhay Raj Singh Soda for all the students, staff and parents. It was at 7.00 AM in the morning on 17th April. Different Asana's of Yoga and Surya Namskar were performed by Abhay Raj Singh instructed by Rahul Thakur, great enthusiasm was seen in the session, everyone had a great morning. 
Virtual Extempore Competition was organized for Classes I - XII. Class XII students judged Extempore for students of Classes I - VIII. They had a great learning experience while listening to their Juniors. 
Topics for Extempore in Primary Section:
Class I 
1. My Family 
2. My favorite Toy
3. How can we save ourselves from Coronavirus?
Class II 
1. My School
2. My Favourite Animal
3. How can we save ourselves from Coronavirus?
Class III
 1.My Favourite Season
 2. My Favourite Festival
 3. How can we save ourselves from Coronavirus?
Class  IV 
1. If I will be the Class Monitor 
2. My favourite Freedom Fighter
3. How can we save ourselves from Coronavirus?
Class V
1. My state - Rajasthan
2. Advantages of Mobile in Our Life
3. How can we save ourselves from Corona Virus?
Topics for Extempore in Middle Section: 
1. My most memorable vacation trip till now
2. The person whom I admire the most. Why?
3. What would you do, if you become the Head boy/Head girl of your school for one day?
4. Should we allow mobile phones in school?
5. What would you do if you win a lottery?
Topics for Extempore in Senior Section:
1. Importance of Online Education
2. Need of skill development in the country.
3. Impact of Covid on the World & the changes that you see.
4. Is Social Media making us antisocial?
5. How do you see yourself after ten years from now?
6. Higher Education is a basic need for success today.
7. How do you define Smart Work in your own words.
8. Students that study online cheat more.
Service Corner
PLANTATION 
Plants are very important for the planet and all living things. Plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen from their leaves, which humans and other animals need to breathe. Living things need plants to live, they eat to live in them. 
I and some of my family members were going to the south side to visit new places and new temples and there we planted more than 30 plants and trees. We enjoyed planting trees and watering them. We've planted these plants at different places like Jagannath puri, Rameshwaram, Thirupathi and more.
Plants help to clean the air we breathe. In urban environments, plants and trees absorb pollutant gases like nitrogen oxides, ozone, and carbon monoxide, and sweep up particles like dust and smoke. 
Trees reduce the amount of stormwater runoff, which reduce erosion and pollution in our waterway and may reduce the effects of flooding. Many species of wildlife depend on trees for habitats. Trees provide food, protection, and homes for many birds and mammals.
Trees and shrubs improve soil and water conservation, store carbon, moderate local climate by providing shade, regulate temperature extremes, increase wildlife habitat and improve the land's capacity to adapt to climate change. 
Plants and trees are an essential resource for both humans and animals, we all rely on them for food, water, medicine, the air we breathe, habitat, our climate and more.
Madhavi Sompura
Class IX B
Skill Corner
Art 
Art is the creation of a new thing. It is innovation. Art can be visual or technical. Art can be painting, crafting, or artefacts.
I believe that art is a mind relaxing activity. We can make a new thing with our creativity. Art makes us imagine new things that can be put on paper. It is similar to playing with colours. In older times people used to draw something by their imagination that can be drawing or to discover a new thing. In today's times, people can also use the browser to make a new thing.
I love to draw whenever I sit quietly. I discover fun and happiness in painting something interesting.
Vishal Rathore
Class - XII
Sport Corner
How to Be a Good Player 
Being a good player is about more than skills. If you want to improve your game and the games of your teammates, you can learn to fill the role your team demands of you, leading by example and being the best sportsman you can be. Teams need good players.
1.Develop your fundamentals. If you want to be a good team player, you've got to work first on being a good all-around athlete, spending time building the fundamental skills necessary to your sport. If you want to be a great basketball player, that means spending time dribbling, developing your defensive skills, and learning to make crisp passes. If you want to be a great soccer player, you've got to learn to control the ball, shoot accurately, and move to space.
2. Learn the responsibilities of your position. Playing a team means filling a specific role. Unlike being a tennis player or a golfer, playing as a part of a team means filling a role. It's not every football player's job to score touchdowns, and it's not every soccer player's job to shoot goals. Being a good player means learning the specific responsibilities and role of your position, and studying how best to fill that role.
3. Practice hard. Showing up to practice and giving every single workout your best effort is a critical part of being a good team player. Practice hard and you'll improve your skills and your knowledge of the game, setting you and your team up for success.
Rahul Thakur
Physical Education Teacher
Word web
Let's build some vocabulary 
Rahul Vaishnav/ XII Science


Tamanna Solanki
Class VII




Self-Respect
Self-Respect refers to loving oneself and behaving with honour and dignity. It reflects respect for oneself. An individual who has self-respect would treat himself with honour. Furthermore, lacking self- respect is a matter of disgrace. An individual who does not respect himself, should certainly not expect respect from others. The person who values his own self respect, will definitely respect others. He would never want to hurt anybody by his words or actions. We should treat others the way we want to be treated. Self respect develops inner strength and courage to speak for yourself. It also makes us realise how important it is to treat others with respect. It helps us to become more thoughtful in our behaviour. 
Jiya Vaishnav
Class II
Honesty
Honesty is always admirable in the family, civil society, friends and across the globe. A person with honesty is respected by all. For one to build the character of honesty entirely depends on his/her family values and ethics and his/her surrounding environment. Parents showing honest behavior and character in front of their children create an impact on the children and we say honesty lies in their Genes. Honesty can also be developed practically which requires proper guidance encouragement patience and dedication. Self respect refers to loving oneself and behaving with honour. An individual who has self respect would treat himself with honour furthermore lacking self respect. It is a matter of disgrace for an individual who does not respect himself,  he should certainly not expect respect from others; this is because nobody likes to treat such an individual with respect.  Self respect improves the morality of the individual who has good ethical nature.  Hence, self respect makes you a better person
I have sweet and loving grandparents .My grandmother name is Mrs. Asha Mewara. She is 70 years old. She is very caring. Her hair has turned grey .Everyday she worships Mother Durga very sincerely. She gives me prasad. She knows many fairy tales and stories of 'Ramayana' and ‘Mahabharata’. My grandfather is also sweet. His name is Mr.Omprakash Mewara. He is 75 years old. He goes out for a walk every morning. He loves to watch news channel on TV. He is very wise. He teaches me many things. My grandparents are my guide, my teacher and my friends. I learn many things while enjoying in their company. They love me deeply..I also love and respect my grandparents alot.  We play together in evening. 
I am thankful to God for blessing me with such wonderful grandparents.
Disha  Mewara        
 Class XII Science
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गलतियों को स्वीकार करना
अधिकांशतः ऐसा होता है कि माता-पिता बच्चों को गलतियाँ करने पर डाँटते है और अपेक्षा करते हैं कि पहली बार में ही बच्चा उस काम को सफलतापूर्वक पूर्ण कर लें। यदि बच्चा साइकिल चलाना सीख रहा है तो वह गिरेगा और संभालेगा यदि गिरने का डर उसके मन में बैठ जाए तो वह साइकिल चलाना नहीं सीख सकेगा। इसलिए यह आवश्यक है कि बच्चे को गलतियाँ करने की स्वतंत्रता दी जाए। साथ ही साथ बच्चे के मन में एक ऐसी भावना जागृत की जाए जिससे कि वह अपनी गलतियों को छिपाए नहीं बल्कि उजागर करें। बालक जब अपनी गलतियों को उजागर करेगा तभी वह उससे सीख भी लेगा, की गई गलतियों से सीख लेना भी हमें आदत में डालना पड़ेगा।
माता पिता के रूप में बच्चे की कमियों को स्वीकार करना चाहिए तथा उनमें जो खूबियाँ हैं उन्हें भी देखना चाहिए। तुलनात्मक आँकलन करना उचित नहीं क्योंकि हर बच्चे की प्रवृत्ति, सोच तथा तरीके भिन्न होते हैं। कोई भी व्यक्ति सभी क्षेत्रों में समान नहीं हो सकता। एक वयस्क व्यक्ति भी कई बार गलतियाँ कर जाता है तो बच्चे क्यों नहीं कर सकते। आवश्यकता केवल इस बात की है कि हम एक ऐसा वातावरण तैयार करें जिससे कि बच्चा अपनी गलतियों को नजरअंदाज ना करें तथा इन गलतियों को छिपाए नहीं।
हर बच्चा विशिष्ट है किंतु हर बच्चे का क्षेत्र अलग अलग हो सकता है। उदाहरण के लिए कोई बच्चा खेल मंस अच्छा है तो कोई शिक्षा में, कोई इन से हटकर किसी और क्षेत्र में रुचि दिखा सकता है। सभी बच्चों से एक प्रकार की अपेक्षा करना तर्कसंगत नहीं लगता। गलती करने पर डाँट पड़ेगी यह सोच कर बच्चे अपनी गलतियों को छिपाते हैं तथा अपनी कमियों का मूल्यांकन नहीं करते। परिणाम स्वरूप अपनी गलतियों से सीख लेने और कमियों को दूर करने के प्रयास नहीं किए जाएँगे, ऐसे में स्थिति पूर्ववत ही बनी रहेगी, किसी प्रकार का कोई परिवर्तन दृष्टिगोचर नहीं होगा। बालक को अपनी बात कहने का अवसर प्रदान किया जाना चाहिए। कुछ बच्चे वाचाल होते हैं जो अपने मन की बात को कह देते हैं किंतु कुछ बालक शांत प्रवृत्ति के होते हैं वे खुलकर अपनी बातों को नहीं कह पाते।
थोपे हुए काम केवल पूरे किए जा सकते हैं किंतु उनमें नवीनता, सृजनात्मकता दिखाई नहीं देगी। इसलिए यह आवश्यक है कि बच्चों को बोलने का अवसर दिया जाए। गलतियाँ होने पर स्वीकार करें तथा अपनी कमियों को दूर करने का प्रयास करें। तभी हम बच्चे को सही राह दे सकेंगे।
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