News & Events
Monday, 8th November: School reopened with excitement and happiness after nine long days of Diwali Vacation.
Friday, 12th November: Seven Educators were nominated by the Ministry of Education, Government of India as Observers for the National Achievement Survey in different schools of Pali District. They participated in the NAS and conducted it successfully.
Saturday, 13th November: Parent's Teacher Meeting was organized for Class I- XII students. About 80% of the Parents attended the meeting to know about the results of their ward.
Joy of Reading
Khush Rajpurohit/ XII Science
Some food/Table Etiquette across the world
1. Don't use forks in Thailand.
We can't use forks to put food in our mouths.
2. Don't clean your plate in China.
As empty plates indicate, the host hasn't served enough.
3. Be ready to share a plate in Ethiopia.
There is a standard plate for everyone in the centre of the table.
4. In Italy, you will insult the chef if you ask for extra cheese.
5. Don't ask for pepper and salt in Portugal. As it is considered, the chef hasn't made the dish perfectly.
6. Don't put your chopsticks vertically up in Japan. As this is done at times of funeral.
7. Don't touch food with your left hand in India because your left hand is considered dirty and kept away from food.
8. Don't just sip on your wine in Georgia. We should start drinking it after a story is narrated.
9. In Korea, if an older person offers you a drink, lift your glass to receive it with both hands, which is a sign of respect to our elders.
10. In Afghanistan, when bread is dropped on the floor, it's lifted and kissed.
11. In Chile, you never eat food by hand. Touching food is considered a bad habit.
12. Don't eat your bread before your food in France. Bread is used as a utensil.
13. If your host in Kazakhstan serves you a cup of tea that is only half full, don't feel bad. It is a good sign, unlike a full cup of tea that is seen as a sign that the host might want you to leave.
14. Eat with your hands in Mexico. In Mexico, it is considered an almost snobby practice to use a fork and knife.
15. Don't bring yellow flowers to dinner.
In Bulgaria, yellow flowers symbolize hatred in the country
Khush Rajpurohit/ XII Science
Divya Rathore / X B
Sanskrit mottos with their meaning of Some important Indian institutions
1. Supreme Court of India
Motto :- यतो धर्मस्ततो जयः
Definition:- Whence dharma, thence victory
2. IIT Kharagpur
Motto :- योगः कर्मसु कौशलम्
Meaning:- Excellence in action is Yoga
3. IIM Ahmedabad
Motto :- विद्या विनियोगात् विकास:
Meaning:- Development through the distribution or application of knowledge
4. Institute of Chartered Accountants of India
Motto :- य एष सुप्तेषु जागर्ति
Meaning:- One who is awake when all asleep
5. Indian Air Force
Motto :- नभः स्पृशं दीप्तम्
Meaning:- The glory that touches the sky
6. Kendriya Vidyalaya
Motto :- तत्त्वं पूषनपावृणु
Meaning - Where the face of truth is covered by the golden lid, O Sun (God), please uncover, so that truth and dharma are visible".
7. All India Radio
Motto :- बहुजनहिताय बहुजनसुखाय
Meaning :- For the benefit of all, for the comfort of all
Name :- Khush Rajpurohit
Class :- XII Science
Leesha Suthar / VIII B
Children's Day is celebrated to honour children globally aiming at protecting them from working long hours in dangerous circumstances and allowing access to the rightfulness of education. The cultural programmes, events and activities especially held for children are the main attraction of Children's day. As Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru said, "The children of today will make the India of tomorrow. The way we bring them up will determine the future of the country." Children's day is a beautiful occasion to remember and celebrate the famous thoughts of Chacha Nehru. Celebration on Children's day is a great way to make both children and adults aware that children are the true future of the country. Therefore everyone should understand the responsibility towards providing a fulfilled childhood to every child. The love and care that we give to children today, taking no notice of their social and economic status, will be the fate of our country tomorrow. Children's day celebration is a tribute to this thought.
Harshit Rajpurohit/ XI Science
Richa Solanki / Educator
Volume No. 491 Published by The Editorial Board: 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