The School Weekly 25th April 2022

News and events
Inter House Volleyball Tournament was organized on Saturday for the Senior and Middle Section. Teresa house stood first in the senior  section and Raman house stood first in the middle section.
    
Results: Senior Section
I Teresa House
II Gandhi House
III Raman House
Junior Section
I Raman House
II Gandhi House
III Teresa House

Creativity & Innovation Week
Today the world is ready to accept new dimensions of Innovation and Development towards Sustainable Development Goals. Students at our school learnt about 17 Sustainable Development Goals designed by the United Nations. Students also learnt about Problem solving by Design Thinking. 
We started projects with respect to SDGs. For Safety & Hygiene - Auto Tap, for Clear Energy - Solar Powered Lantern, Solar Powered Sweeping Machine. Some Community Projects are in the design phase - Electronic School Bell, Water Level Indicator for School Tank.
Jitendra Suthar / Educator
Importance of Self Confidence
Self-Confidence allows us to face our failure and own up to it in a positive light.  This helps instill a quality in use which ensures we do not give up till we succeed. Similarly, self-confidence instills optimism in us. People who have self-confidence are not lucky, they are smart. They do not rely on others to achieve success, they rely on their own abilities to do that. While self-confidence is important, it is also important  not to become overconfident. As we know, anything in excess can be bad for us. Similarly, overconfidence is also no exception. When you become overconfident, you do not acknowledge the criticism. When you don’t do that, you do not work on yourself. Thus, it stops your growth. Overlooking all this will prove to be harmful. So it is essential to have moderation which can let you attain just the right amount of self-confidence and self-love which will assure you success and happiness in life.
Yashwant Singh/ X
My Aim
Every person must set an aim in their life to make it meaningful . If you want successful life  or if you want to do something  in your  life then you just need aim. The aim  is very important in life because the aimless person has nothing to do in their life. Generally we choose the aim by our inspiration . When we choose our aim, our parents, teachers and relatives help to achieve it. Sometimes we choose the wrong aim and life become  difficult. So when we choose our aim we must  think very deeply. My aim is to become a doctor so I read books about human body parts and function, and I watch videos on YouTube about how the body functions. First I  prepare the plan, than study accordingly ,so while choosing the aim you should know that how will you achieve that.
Somanshu Singh / VIII B
Happy Earth Day
             
Meenakshi chouhan /IX A

मेरा प्रिय खेल कबड्डी
कबड्डी एक शारीरिक खेल है ।यह एक आउटडोर खेल है ।कबड्डी प्राचीन खेल है ,कबड्डी हमारे देश का पारंपरिक खेल है । इस खेल को खेलने से हमारा शरीर स्वस्थ रहता है । यह खेल देश के अलग-अलग क्षेत्रों में खेला जाता है। इस खेल को दो टीमें खेलती है। इस खेल में प्रत्येक टीम में सात खिलाड़ी होते हैं । इस खेल को खेलते समय कभी-कभी चोट भी लग जाती है । देश का सबसे प्राचीन और बहुत प्रसिद्ध खेल है कबड्डी ।कबड्डी को खेलने के लिए बड़े मैदान की जरूरत नहीं पड़ती है । इस खेल को खेलने के लिए किसी चीज की आवश्यकता नहीं होती। जैसे बल्ला ,गेंद ,इत्यादि कबड्डी का मैदान साढ़े 12 मीटर लंबा तथा  10 मीटर चौड़ा होता है । आज के दौर में जैसे लोग पूरे दिन मोबाइल में लगे रहते हैं उनके लिए ऐसे खेल खेलना आवश्यक हो गया है। क्योंकि मोबाइल से अल्ट्रावॉयलेट रेडिएशन निकलती हैं, जो दिमाग के लिए बहुत हानिकारक होती है । लेकिन वही कबड्डी जैसे खेल हम लोग बिना किसी  हानि के खेल सकते हैं । इसे ग्रामीण क्षेत्र के लोग भी खेल सकते हैं , क्योंकि  इसमें पैसे की जरूरत नहीं होती। इसे खेलने से हम स्वस्थ रहते हैं। धन्यवाद
व्रतिका सीरवी / पंचम
Poem recitation by Nisha Rathore of class V

Club and Societies @Senior Section
In the English Literary Society two activities were conducted, The first one was 'I Speak' where the students spoke about the things of their interest and the second activity was 'the Salad Bowl', in which everyone had to think of a person or place or thing and write on a paper. All the pieces of paper were collected & scuffled, each team had to pick up a paper and describe the word. The others had to guess the word correctly. The activities carried out were to enhance the students' thinking & speaking skills and their vocabulary. 
In the Environment Club, students were introduced to farming equipment; spade, shovels, garden rakes, trenching hoe, hand pruner, trowels, tape and rope.
During GK Club students chose magazines from the library and made quizzes out of their choice of topics; History, Rajasthan Art and Sport. 
In the Science Club the topic was Space Exploration. Students shared information about Voyager – 1 and Voyager – 2, the only man made objects that crossed the heliopause. All details like year of launching, mission etc were written in the copies. They were also shown a video related to Voyager that was shown to develop curiosity. 
Tinker Club students discussed Innovation and development.  They have started working on a Moving Robot. 
Creativity & Innovation Week was celebrated and other innovative projects were discussed; Water Level Indicator, Circuit Assembling and Safety & Hygiene Project was carried out, automatic tap in the design phase.

Club and Societies of Middle Section
Computer Club; block programming language was taught. English Literary society; 'War of Words ' was conducted to enhance the vocabulary of students.
In the  Astronomy Club, a quiz was organized. During Art and Craft Club students learnt how to make best use of waste. Dance Club, had Tollywood dance moves. In the Environment Club, discussion was done on the cause of deforestation and its effects, benefits of afforestation and water cycle were discussed. In the Hindi Club and Society students recited some  poems and discussion was done on the play to be performed.

Volume No. 513 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr Jitendra Suthar, Ms Jyoti Sain, Mr Arvind Singh, Jatin Tripash, Pushpendra Singh Ranawat, Yashwant Singh Sonigra, Tamanna Solanki, Kritika Rajpurohit, Kanak Gehlot, Kunal Rajpurohit, Harshit Rajpurohit, Ronak Deora, Mohammad Anas.

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