The School Weekly 21st February 2022

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Unit Test IV has finished and we are gearing up for closing the Academic session 2021-22. Preparations for Farewell, New Council and Final Exams are picking up speed. We plan to focus on covering up essential concepts and bridge learning gaps for better learning outcomes.                 
Kindness According to me, kindness means helping each other.  Kindness is essential to make the world a better place. Kindness towards nature, animals and other people can transform the world and make it a beautiful living place. Even nature has its way of showing kindness. For example - trees grow fruits for us and provide us shade. It is essential for all of us to understand the value of kindness. Always remember, it does not cost anything to be kind. Try your best to be kind to everyone around you. It is important to be kind because it makes one feel good about oneself. Moreover, you also get respect in return. Kindness has a lot of benefits which include increased happiness.  Kindness is taught in every religious faith. For example, our parents show kindness to us because they take care of us, they are very friendly with us, and they forgive us for any mistakes we do.
Those who have the quality of kindness are the best person in this world. Being kind is very essential in our life
Hetal Vaishnav / Vlll
Respect is a very important part of life. If a person is respected, it makes him feel good and in return, he or she respects you. Respect is important to me because if a person doesn't respect anyone, he would not be admired, and over time, he would grow up to be a very rude and inconsiderate person.I will explain it through an example:-When we give another person our time, we validate them which in return conveys respect. We can show respect by listening to others. If we give respect to anyone,  they will also give respect to us. If we will give respect to our juniors they will also give respect to seniors.
Give Respect, Take Respect
Prithviraj Singh Gehlot
Class IX B
Trees beyond price
Trees beyond price,
Are benevolent to us in every way.
Whether it's before day rise,
Or after the night full of starry spray.
Keeping us alive,
By providing bloomy air.
Trees always revive,
That's why trees should not be slashed to become a Millionaire.
No matter how much we cut down trees,
They still give us fruits to eat.
Humans are only yearning for rupees,
It will make them die in greed.
Himanshi Rajpurohit / IX
Life's good Give it a chance
Life is so good. It’s of course not easy, but it’s good. Life is the reason we get everything. Our happiness, our pain, our failure, our success. And you know the good thing, or actually, the best thing about living is you get a chance to make choices. According to me, being a little mature, all of us has to live life ‘our’ way. Everyone has a life of their own. So being noisy and getting into others’ life is as bad as being a nasty neighbour.
 ‘You are priceless’. Love yourself. Don’t give a damn to people if they call you a spoilt, because you’ll realise it soon that what you’re doing is correct. At the end of the day, you have to remember that you’re life belongs to you. The decisions you take have to be from ‘your’ heart. Life, I’ve always believed is amazing. Because it’s something we own. It’s something we don’t need to pay rent for. It’s something we can truly possess and say that ‘yes! that’s my life. Life is something that each of us has and truly deserves to rule. Believe me, don’t waste your true possession. 
Be good to the good life. Be your own ruler. Rule your life. Live better. You’ll smile even more if you’ve understood what ‘you’ meant throughout this article. To search for your life and live it better now.
Tanisha Malviya/ X
Since childhood, we hear from everybody about how it is important to show respect to everyone in the family, grandparents, elders and teachers. Respect is basically a language that one expresses differently for everyone they hold in high regard and feel respectful towards others. Respect is shown differently in different cultures. In our country, India we say Namaste with our hands folded and bow or touch our feet to show respect when we greet each other. This cultural tradition is an ancient one and everyone around the world also has adopted this way because of the meaning and value it holds.  Each and every individual is worthy of respect regardless of their age, class, profession, colour or gender.  And the meaning of Namaste also conveys the same, which means we are equal, and I respect you by bowing down.  In the schools and colleges, we can also convey respect by addressing our teachers as Sir and Ma’am instead of calling them by their first names. Whereas this form of addressing does not hold true for the corporate culture. In offices, it is encouraged to call each other by their first names to develop a healthy working relationship without any biasedness. In the end, I would like to say one need not be loud when being respectful, these subtle gestures are enough to convey your admiration and love for the person. Respecting and honouring someone is truly a great sign of love; it makes the day positive. It also makes you feel better about yourself so choose your way of respecting others and yourself and do not indulge in negativity.
Pradeep Solanki / XII
Role of students in National Development
Our school is fully involved in the cause of education for the underprivileged. It is with good reason that the youth are called the hope of the nation. We feel students of colleges and universities can be the most effective against national development. They are not burdened with job responsibilities and can devote time. They may not have funds, but they have enthusiasm and will. Several NGOs and government agencies are willing to lend financial support to useful projects. In India, the avenues of work are unlimited. For students, the most appropriate field is imparting education to the underprivileged. Our school adopted a slum and twice a week, students of class XI took classes for women and children. 
Working in slums was another project for our students. The slum dwellers lived in squalid conditions having miserable health. Our students carried out a cleanliness drive and gave basic instructions on hygiene. National development can be achieved by improving the health and ability of the people. Students should not hesitate to work with the lowly and the humble.
Thank you...
Shubham Rajpurohit/ XI Science
Freedom is the best quality that I love and everyone should have it. What is freedom? According to me, it is a way to live. In our life, we cannot become successful without it. It is an essential part of our life. We can live our life comfortably and the way we want to live. It is a very big thing that people don’t know. There is also a Fundamental Right on it “Right to Freedom”. Let’s take an example of our Indian cricketers like M.S Dhoni, Virat Kohli, the legend of cricket Sachin Tendulkar and many others. In the world of cricket, they are the pride of our country. If their parents had not given them the freedom to play then today they would not have been at this stage. Freedom refers to a state of independence where you can do what you like without any restrictions by anyone. Freedom is a very powerful word and it is our duty that we should not take the wrong advantage of it. So, freedom is important in our life and without it, our life can be very tough.
मेरा देश भारत
मेरा देश भारत अनेकता में एकता का अद्भुत उदाहरण है। भारत सबसे प्राचीन संस्कृति और सभ्यता का धनी है। मेरे देश को दुनिया के सबसे बड़े लोकतंत्र होने का गौरव प्राप्त है। भारत भौगोलिक विभिन्नता वाला देश है, यहाँ शिखर पर हिमालय, पश्चिम में मरुस्थल और हर ओर हरियाली और जंगल है, माँ समान नदियाँ इस की महानता में चार चाँद लगाते हैं। भारत में अनेक राज्यों में अलग-अलग भाषाएँ, वेशभूषा और खान-पान है फिर भी लोग साथ में मिल-जुलकर रहते हैं। 135 करोड़ से अधिक जनसंख्या होने के साथ दूसरा सबसे अधिक आबादी वाला देश है। क्षेत्रफल की दृष्टि से विश्व का सातवाँ बड़ा देश है। भारत दुनिया का चौथा सबसे ताकतवर देश है। पहले के मुकाबले दुश्मन आँख उठाकर देखने में भी हिचकिचाते हैं। मेरा देश भारत शांति प्रिय देश है, अन्य किसी देश को बेमतलब छेड़ता नहीं है और कोई इसे छेड़े तो उसे छोड़ता नहीं है। भारत की तीनों सशस्त्र सेनाएँ रण कौशल में अद्वितीय है। योग और आयुर्वेद का जन्मदाता है भारत। जिसके बिना दुनिया की गणित और विज्ञान अधूरे हैं कुल 0 यानी शून्य की खोज भारत में ही हुई है। मेरा भारत कुछ समय पूर्व ही विश्व गुरु रह चुका है। अंतरराष्ट्रीय मुद्दों पर गुटनिरपेक्ष भूमिका निभाता है जिससे इस पर दूसरे देशों को भरोसा है। भारत कृषि प्रधान देश है। यहाँ लगभग 60% लोगों का व्यवसाय कृषि है। बड़े-बड़े विकसित देशों में भारत का अनाज निर्यात होता है। 
मेरे प्यारे देश के बारे में जितना लिखे उतना कम है। देश ने कई दर्द सहे परंतु कभी हार नहीं मानी मुझे गर्व है कि मैं भारत का नागरिक हूँ। 
मांगीलाल देवासी  /  X
हमारे पारंपरिक खेल
खेल हमारे जीवन का सबसे महत्वपूर्ण अंग है। खेल से शारीरिक एवं मानसिक विकास होता है। मैदान में खेले जाने वाले खेलों की होड़ आजकल के गैजेट्स नहीं कर सकते। आज के समय में जब लोग गैजेट्स और वीडियो गेम खेलते हैं या मोबाइल के खेलों पर अपना समय व्यतीत करते हैं। तब चिंता इस बात की रहती है कि हम हमारे पारंपरिक खेलों को भूल न जाएँ। 
वह समय हमें हमेशा याद रहता हैं, जब हम स्कूल के बाद आने और खेल खेलने के लिए अपने पड़ोस में दौड़ने का इंतजार नहीं कर सकते थे। ये पारंपरिक खेल चुस्ती-फुर्ती के साथ त्वरित निर्णय लेने की क्षमता बढ़ाते है। मनोरंजन करने में भी इन पारंपरिक खेलों का कोई सानी नहीं।  जैसे गिल्ली डंडा यह भारतीय उपमहाद्वीप पर अविष्कार किए गए सबसे रोमांचक पारंपरिक खेलों में से एक है जिसकी उत्पत्ति 2500 साल पहले हुई थी। इस भारतीय खेल में दो छड़ियों की आवश्यकता होती है, छोटी अंडाकार के लकड़ी के टुकड़े को गिल्ली कहा जाता है जबकि लंबे को डंडा कहा जाता है। खिलाड़ी डंडे का उपयोग गिल्ली को मारने के लिए करता है। जब तक यह हवा में होता है, खिलाड़ी जहाँ तक संभव हो गिल्ली को मारता है। इसको जीतने का राज, गिल्ली को ऊपर उठाने और मारने की तकनीक में है। पारंपरिक खेल के बारे में आश्चर्यजनक चीजों में से एक यह है कि खिलाड़ियों की संख्या की ऊपरी सीमा में कोई सख्त नियम नहीं है। इसे चार खिलाड़ियों के बीच और 100 या उससे अधिक खिलाड़ियों तक खेला जा सकता है। 
जयवर्धन सिंह  / X
Volume No. 504 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr Jitendra Suthar, Ms Swabhi Parmar, Ms Jyoti Sain, Mr Arvind Singh, Jatin Tripash, Pushpendra Singh Ranawat, Tamanna Solanki, Kritika Rajpurohit, Kanak Gehlot, Kunal Rajpurohit, Harshit Rajpurohit, Ronak Deora, Mohammad Anas.

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