News & Events
A webinar session was conducted on 9th September by Edumate. TV, where we had a panel of esteemed speakers to satisfy our doubts regarding the topic " How to choose your career in education".
Kusum Sharma/ Educator
Raja Ram Mohan Roy
Raja Ram Mohan Roy was a great scholar of Persian, Sanskrit and English and a popular social reformer from Bengal. He was in fact Modern India's first social reformer who believed in the principle of social equality and human dignity. Ram Mohan Roy was a blend of the West and the East. Ram Mohan Roy was born on 14 August 1774, in Radhanagar village, situated in the Hooghly district of West Bengal. Ram Mohan Roy was conferred the title 'Raja' by Mughal Emperor Akbar II in 1831 when he visited England as an ambassador of the Emperor. He went to convince the British Government not to overturn the ban on the practice of Sati and to request the British government to increase the Emperor's allowances and pension. Raja Ram Mohan Roy breathed his last on September 27, 1833 at Stapleton near Bristol, due to meningitis. He was buried in Arnos Vale Cemetery, located in southern Bristol.
Webinar by Ashoka University
The webinar with ashoka University was very informative and knowledgeable. We were introduced to new courses and different opportunities in future. We learnt about the uniqueness of the university. We came across different courses which provides us wide range of varieties and freedom to opt any course of our choice and gives flexibility to change subjects in mid term. The university is also encouraging students to do good in other skills like dance, music, sports etc. It have multiple sport complex in it's campus and includes skilled based courses as a part of main course. It allows students to come and experience this beautifully place with all backgrounds. This university has been providing 100% scholarships to economics weaker students. The students of this institution have been securing their job in biggest companies of the globe which includes Google, Microsoft etc. The university is one of the prestigious universities in our Country and have branches across the globe.
Khush Rajpurohit / XII
Life Skills are various capabilities that we learn that are required in everyday life, for everyday life , and in everyday life. Among all life skills, communication is quintessential. It is the basis of all our relationships. It is the process of changing our thoughts, ideas, feelings and emotions, any kind of information through speech, behavior, gestures or writing. In our daily life we need to communicate to deal with various concerns and problems. Through our education also, we learn this skill. We are taught to balance both listening, speaking and writing. It helps us in understanding others and hence improves personal relationships.
"The one easy way to become worth 50% more than you are now - at least - is to hone your communication skills - both written and verbal ……….".
Communication essentially boosts growth, teamwork, strengthens self esteem, builds trust, enables effective leadership, helps in decision making and problem solving skills. We must all focus on honing our communication skills, both verbal and non verbal to have better interpersonal relationships, a happy learning and working environment and a progressive future ahead.
Tamanna Solanki/ VII
Eat Salad and stay Healthy
I prepared a dish called vegetable salad last week.
In which we I took onion, tomato ,beetroot,
cucumber, some salt and chat masala,
Then we had to mix all the vegetables.
After mixing, our vegetable salad was ready..
-: Benefits :-
1) It is a very healthy breakfast..
2) it includes vitaminA, vitamin C, fiber,calcium, carbohydrates...
3) Build strong bones
4) Protect our hearts.
5) Helps in weight control.
6) Protect our peepers.
7) Improve muscle performance.
8) Improve skin tone.
9) It makes our body healthy.
Tanishi Chitara /III
मेरी माँ बहुत प्यारी और समझदार है।
वह खाना बहुत ही स्वादिष्ट बनाती है।
घर में सभी उनका सम्मान करते है।
मेरी माँ मेरा खूब ख्याल रखती है।
मेरी माँ रोज मुझे स्कूल का होमवर्क करने में मदद करती है।
मेरी माँ बहुत ही धार्मिक है।।
मेरी माँ मेरी सबसे अच्छी दोस्त है।।
वह मुझे सारी चीजें बहुत ही अच्छे से समझाती है।
वह मुझे हमेशा आगे बढ़ने की प्रेरणा देती है।।
वह मुझे सोते वक्त अच्छी कहानियाँ सुनाती है।
मुझे मेरी माँ पर गर्व हैl
खुशान बम्बोली / I
दिव्यांशी सिंह / Vl
वर्तमान में इस दिन मिट्ठी और प्लास्टर ऑफ पेरिस से बने गणेशजी को घर लाते और उनका मंडप बनाया जाता हैं उसके बाद श्री गणेश जी की स्थापना की जाती है। बच्चे, बूढ़े सब उनकी पूजा करते है। पूजा में उनका प्रिय प्रसाद मोदक होता है। दिन में दो बार पूजा होती है, सुबह और शाम। उसके बाद गणेश जी की मूर्ति को दस या सात दिन बाद धूमधाम से विसर्जन करने लोग नदी, बांध या तालाब में लेकर जाते हैं। इस तरह से गणेशोत्सव मनाया जाता है। प्लास्टर ऑफ पेरिस से बनी मूर्तियों को जब हम पानी में विसर्जित करते है तो ये जलीय जीव जंतुओं के लिए हानिकारक और हमारे पर्यावरण में इससे असंतुलन बढ़ता है इसलिए हम सभी को यह प्रण लेना होगा कि मिट्ठी से बनी गणेशजी की मूर्ति की स्थापना करेंगे जिसे हम एक गमले में डाल के कोई भी पौधारोपण कर सकते है।
सौमांशु सिंह/ VII
Strength of Optimism
Optimistic individuals see opportunities in every life event and hence take measurable constructive risks. It nurtures your body and mind during tough times. Those who have optimism as their strength are the ones who have the best lives. They are the ones who have the best relationships, the ones who are filled with the most happiness, and the ones who tend to be the most successful. The choice is completely up to you. You can either choose to be optimistic and live the best life that you have lived so far, or you can be pessimistic and live a life of sadness, anger, and resent. Just remember, pessimists don’t have the ability to change the world, only optimists do. So be optimistic in a pessimistic world, and make the most out of the life that you are blessed enough to live.
Kanak Gehlot/ XI
“The simplest acts of kindness are by far more powerful than a thousand heads bowing in prayer.” ―Mahatma Gandhi
Today we live in a world where we do not see a lot of compassionate people. Whether we accept it or not this seems to be the sad reality, as the majority of people out there ignore the sufferings and pain of other people because it’s not their own. Very easily they turn a blind eye for their own survival. Compassion in its truest sense is the state of mind or an emotion which connects us to humanity or in simple words: that which makes us more human.
People get the feeling of emptiness, anger & sadness when they see other people in pain but they don’t want to do anything for this sadly. We learn to be compassionate only when we see such things happening to us as well, perhaps experiencing prejudice, social scorn, bad luck, accident, etc. Why is compassion so important to humanity? Without it, we would descend into a state of war. We would continually witness 9/11, the detonating of the Atomic bomb, the wicked deeds of the Holocaust. The philosopher Thomas Hobbes once said, “Life is nasty, brutish, and short.” I tend to agree. He also said that without government, “The natural condition of man is a condition of war. Everyone against everyone else. The Dalai Lama stated it best: “Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.” Compassion is most important for children & can be seeded deep in them, so that later in their lives they grow up to be helpful & empathetic for others.
Kusum Sharma/ Educator
We must understand the feelings of a person. Compassion is an act of kindness and empathy or expressing kindness and empathy, for example in our street there are many dogs. Sometimes we feed them and if they are in problems like injured or ill, we show sympathy towards them and help them to recover. If you are compassionate you must think by keeping yourself in the situation of another person who is in trouble , then you can understand the problem of others. Sympathy towards others connects us with people. It helps us get things done, and to deal with power stress and make us leaders , because together we can achieve everything . First, to be compassionate, we have to kind with ourselves by motivating ourselves and others also and by saying encouraging words , incorporating with everyone and by using magic words like thank you etc.
Richa Solanki /Educator
Volume No. 483 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