News & Events
This week, the School organized IH Sanskrit Shlok Competition which was held for all the houses . Children excitingly took part in the competition as an individual as well as to gain points for their houses. This competition was held to awaken children's interest in Sanskrit Language. It was held for all the sections of the school.
पशु पक्षी हमारी भी जिम्मेदारी
आदित्य राज सिंह चौहान/ VIII B
Save the Environment for Our Future
Simran Soni/ VI
At the Tinkering session, Music was played using this technology. Our School Mate Nikhil Vaishnav explained how LED transmits data through a solar panel placed in front of it. A speaker was attached to a solar panel. Without any wired medium , Music was using LiFi Technology.
Mangilal Dewasi/ X
My Experience of Tattoo Making Competition
I love to draw. This time I participated in Tattoo Making Competition. I had many options, but I love butterflies, so I drew a butterfly as a tattoo. If I ever get a chance to get a tattoo, I will tell the tattoo artist to draw a butterfly on my hand. I will tell him to draw the same butterfly which I have drawn. This type of competition enhances our creativity and gives us a chance to bring our imagination and art into reality.
Tiya Sompura/ VII A
Projects for Better Understanding
Mountains - Mountain is the natural face of earth surface elevation. They are rich with resources and many important rivers originate from mountains.
Plateaus - Plateaus are usually flat lands standing high above the land. Many plateaus of India are huge mining areas.
Plains - The fertile regions, plains are stretches of flat lands. Plains are ideal for cultivation and human habitation.
When I was doing my project, my mind was totally engrossed in it. I collected all the materials which were available at home only, I chose a place and made different landforms. We may forget what we have read, but it remains forever in our minds when we do it practically or understand it by making a project. Activities and projects develop our interest in studies and bring clarity in our understanding about the topics.
Lakshyavardha Singh/ VI
Physical Activity and it's importance
A minimum of 30 minutes a day can allow you to enjoy these benefits.
Benefits of regular physical activity
If you are regularly physically active, you may:
• Reduce your risk of a heart attack
• Manage your weight better
• Have a lower blood cholesterol level
• Lower the risk of type 2 diabetes and some cancers
• Have lower blood pressure
• Have stronger bones, muscles and joints and lower risk of developing osteoporosis
• Recover better from periods of hospitalization or bed rest
• Feel better – with more energy, a better mood, feel more relaxed and sleep better.
Aim for at least 30 minutes a day
To maintain health and reduce your risk of health problems, health professionals and researchers recommend a minimum of 30 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity on most, preferably all, days.
Rahul Kumar Thakur/ Educator
My Sweet Family
Mokshi Nagar / III
Sonakshi Vaishnav/ V
Holding on my Heads
Mountain of expectations
Walking on path of my life
With boundaries of relations
My balloon of love was ruptured
By religion and culture
My life is pointless and boring
With nothing to nurture
The world is running
For the rain of the fame
For their own mistakes
They just want someone to blame
I just ignored them all
When I should have fought with them
But I wasn't knowing
They play this filthy game
Within no time
I was now left in shame
No one even bothered
To come and feel my pain
Now I am jobless
Waiting for a hopeful ring
What's left in me
Is just a confused being
This world to me
is like a roofless home in summers,
At nights I feel peaceful,
and whole day sun hammers
It has windows walls doors
To divide me from others
Nothing we talk rather
Than just useless matters
With jealousy of others
my windows shatters
I don't have a lover,
so I don't care about the haters
I end my beer bottles
Till I burst my bladders
I sing all songs in blabbers
Coz for me nothing matters
Meenakshi Choudhary/ XII Science
A bond to cheer your entire life.
A person who has your back,
A person who cheers you up when you're sad.
Person who is sitting away a thousand miles,
Person who brings back your smile.
The one who is there to lift you up,
The one who can handle you at your worst.
The one who understands your mood,
The one who brings you love and food.
The person who knows all your thoughts,
The person who stays with you at your odds.
The one who loves you from heart,
The one who is never apart.
Prerna Rathod/ Educator
A compassionate person is influenced and influences others. We can identify compassionate people who are very emotional. They become upset when they see others in pain. Compassionate people understand others, think about others and lend a helping hand. If we are compassionate we focus on how others feel without dismissing our own feelings. Situations, upbringing and environment may also lead us away from compassion so we need to be thoughtful and understanding.
Many times elders stop one to be compassionate by stopping them to do small acts of kindness. Observing others who are not compassionate may also drive them away from being compassionate. In schools it is a common sight where children show compassion in the classroom by sharing and showing acts of kindness. But in some situations when groupism comes up compassion is driven away. Then they start bullying others. Family affects one’s behavior a lot. One learns values from families, peers, elders, and environment. Many times children’s parents may not be compassionate but children are encouraged by their friends or school and they imbibe this value and become compassionate.
We should try to motivate others by going out of the way ourselves and helping others. We need to be loving, caring and empathetic. Role of adults is an important aspect to motivate students to be compassionate. Compassion brings in care, respect, love, kindness. Interaction, encouragement, collaboration, socialism, motivation, observation, affects compassion a lot. Compassion is taught and learnt. Family, school, friends & environment churn compassionate people.
Bharti Rao/ Educator
Volume No. 477 Published by The Editorial Board: Ms. Monika Vaishnav, Ms. Urmila Rathore, Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Khush Rajpurohit, Ipshita Rathore, Vishal Rathore, Mangilal Dewasi, Jatin Tripash, Riya Vaishnav, Rahul Vaishnav,Tamanna Solanki, Khush Suthar, Komal Sompura and Kunal Rajpurohit