The School Weekly 28th November 2022

Special Edition of Sports 
On 6th November Under 19 and 17 Boys, Football Team went to Lunawa under the supervision of Mr. Abhay Raj Singh Sports Teacher. Under 19 Boys reached the Semifinal and the Under 17 boys team reached the quarter-finals. 
Students also got selected for State Level from the team.

On 6th November Under -17 Girls' Football team went to the Shivtalao under the supervision of Khushi Rao.
On 13th November our Under 14 Boys Football Team went to Jettpura under the supervision of Mr. Abhayraj Singh.
On 6th November, the Under 19 Boys' Cricket Team went to Mandala under the supervision of Mr. Sajith Saji 
On the 13th of November Under 14 Cricket Team went to Mundara under the supervision of Mr. Sajith Saji 
On the 6th of November, the Under 19 Volleyball Boys Team went to Manda under the supervision of Mr. Rahul Kalmolta. The team reached the Quarter Final and students were selected for State Level Championships.
District Level Roller Skating
District Level Roller Skating From 14th November to 17th November 2022, District Level Roller Skating Competition was organized at Saint Paul's School Falna as its center. Participants from various schools of Pali namely Delhi Public School, KSLP School, Central Academy Sojat, Saint Paul's School, and The Fabindia School were there and just grabbed my attention with their talents. We were welcomed by welcoming songs and cultural dances by the students. There were Quad and Linear types of skating. I was representing The Fabindia School in Under 19 Girls, 500 and 3000 meters Quads skating. The ceremony was closed by honorable brigadier Mr. Karan Singh Chouhan's speech and oath. It was indeed the best experience for me to get to interact with those wonderkids
Jiya Raje  / XI
On 15th November we had a State Level Football U 17 Girls Tournament organized in our School. When I came to know about this, I was very excited to meet those who came here from different districts. We went to the Pre Primary Section with the Principal's permission. Most of the girls belonged to government schools and they were super energetic for their matches. We had a good interaction with them. But when we went to meet the Jaipur team and we talked to them in English they were shocked to see us speaking in English and a few minutes into our conversation they mentioned this to us. Then eventually I came to know that many teams which belonged to different districts were having an image that this area does not allow girls to study and people here do not know how to speak English. We told them all the things which we have in our school and our surroundings and they exclaimed. 
After they finished their matches we escorted them to our school campus and made them explore Fabindia! Then the reply we got was a prideful moment, " We wish we can live in this area of Bali and study here"
Interaction is a magic 
Nalini Kanwar / XI 

On the occasion of the 30th Annual Day, a team from Delhi came to Fabindia. Ms.Lovleen Tandon co-director of the Oscar winner 'Slumdog Millionaire is going to make children know of different fields in which children can make their career in life that cheered up everyone. The team members are very good I got to interact with some of them and I was thrilled with their sweetness. They attended School Assemblies and majorly all parts of our school.
Nalini Kanwar / XI

I went to Pali for my Scouts and Guide Governor's Award Exam. It was held from 9th of Nov to 11th of Nov. There were a total of 3 girls from our school. We had a great learning at the camp which taught us the discipline that everyone should carry with them. If got selected in the exam then we will be awarded a Governor Award. 
Sanyogita Ranawat / XI 

I went to Jodhpur for my State Level Wrestling Tournament. I won one match against Chittorgarh.  There were 4 fights and I qualified in one. There were many players from different districts. This game is divided into different weight categories, under which players are selected for a particular weight category.  It was a great experience.
Sanyogita Ranawat/ XI

After the Annual Day Students have geared up for the commencing UT 3 on 12th December. Students have pulled up their socks to get good marks. After many days all the students are focusing on their studies, and teachers are hoping for better scores compared to the last results.
Ridhima Ojha/ XI

On the 24th of November Middle and Primary Section celebrated the birthday of Headmistress Ms. Prerna Rathod. The Students  & Staff organized a small party and bought a cake for her. The birthday song was sung and cake cutting was done in the Assembly. The students made birthday cards for her and gave their best wishes. We all were excited and happy to celebrate her birthday.
Lakshya Raj Kanwar/ XI 

Coordinators: Giriraj Singh,  Mitanshu Paliwal, Jaya Bawal, Divyani Rao
Reporters: Lisha Soni, Ridhima Ojha, Meenakshi Sirvi, Mansi Chouhan
Photographers: Jatin Tripash, Sahil, Lakshya Raj Kanwar, Riya Vaishnav
Creative Writers: Heena Sirvi, Jiyaraje Chouhan, Sanyogita Ranawat
Hobbyists: Sayed Ishan, Lavishka Rathod, Divya Rathore, Pooja, Sanket
Editors: Seema Choudhary, Mohammad Anas, Aashna Tak, Tanisha Malviya, Prachi Rao 
Resource Agents: Sayed Ishan, Divya Rathore

Volume No. 536 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Ms. Harshita Suthar, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Mr. Priyadarshan Singh.

The School Weekly 21st November 2022

Annual Day Special 2022
The Fabindia School, Bali celebrated its 30th Annual Day on Friday 18th November. SDM Ms.
Snehal Nana Dhaigude graced the cultural program and was very appreciative of the efforts of staff to ensure 100% participation on the stage.
The Board Members, Exhibition Chief Guest Mr. Ravi Shekhar (Tehsildar), SMC Members, and Parents arrived at 3:30 PM and went around the Exhibitions. Mr. Ravi Shekhar, Tehsildar, Bali inaugurated the School's Annual Exhibition and deeply admired the hard work of the students. The School expressed its wholehearted gratitude by felicitating their Chief Guest SDM Ms. Snehal Nana Dhaigude, Guest Mr. Inder Raj Bhandari (Legal Advisor), Ms.Loveleen Tandan, Board members Mr. Ravi Kaimal, Ms. Poonam Singh, Ms. Prableen Sabhaney, Mr. Yogendra Singh Mertiya, Ms. Veena Solanki and Alumni Mr. Nimendra Singh, Ms. Manisha Choudhary, Mr. Sandeep Sharma. 
Alumni, Mr. Nimendra Singh, Executive Engineer, Jodhpur Discom, and Mr. Yogendra Singh Mertiya, Board Member shared their school time experiences, talked about the development journey of the school, and promised to constitute the Alumni Association towards building the student community. Alumni, Ms. Manisha Choudhary JEN Water Resource Department, and Advocate Sandeep Sharma agreed on the association formation for contributing back to the community.
Ms. Loveleen Tandan, director of the movie Slumdog Millionaire, admired the school, school environment, students, and beautiful school culture.
Board members Mr. Ravi Kaimal, Ms. Poonam Singh, Ms. Prableen Sabhaney, Mr. Yogendra Singh Mertiya, and Ms. Veena Solanki, cheered the efforts put by the staff members for putting up a wonderful performance.
The School felicitated Mr. Nimendra Singh, Mr. Yogendra Singh Mertiya, Ms. Manisha Choudhary & Mr. Sandeep Sharma who graced the Annual Day Occasion with their presence.

Mr. Nimendra Singh (1993-1998) passed out from The Fabindia School in 1998. Then he went to Kota and did his 12th from Modern Sen. School. Then he did his Electrical Engineering from Jaipur Engineering College, Kukas, Jaipur. After he finished his engineering he became Lecturer at JE College, Kukar. He became Junior Engineer in 2007 RVUNL. He was promoted to Assistant Engineer in 2017 and posted at Sirohi. He was Feeder Manager, Assistant Engineer at Jdvvnl, Falna and now he is an Executive Engineer, at Jodhpur Division. 
Mr. Yogendra Singh Mertiya (Nursery- X 1994-2006). He passed out from The Fabindia School in 2006. He did his Class XI-XII from Mayoor School, Ajmer. He did his graduation from St. Stephen's College (2008-11). He studied Public Policy at the Jindal School of Government and Public Policy; He was a former Intern at Fabscore Consultants Pvt.Ltd; Former Consultant at Culture Aangan; Former Executive Assistant to the Managing Director at Fabindia Overseas Pvt Ltd; Former Grantee at Economic and Social Rights Center, Hakijamii; Former Intern at Economic and Social Rights Centre; Works at Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd (The Times Group). He is Director at the Godwar Farmers Collective and Senior Manager- Sustainability and Public Affairs, at Fabindia Limited.
Mr. Sandeep Sharma (1992-2000) passed out from The Fabindia School in 2000. Then he completed his schooling at Guru Nanak Public School, Udaipur. He did his graduation from U.C.S.S.H. Arts College, M.L.S.U., Udaipur. He did his post-graduation from Arts College, M.L.S.U., Udaipur.  He graduated his Law from Law College, M.L.S.U., and did his LLM from Law College. He is practicing as an advocate at Additional District & Session Court, Bali. 

Ms. Manisha Choudhary(1995-2006) studied at The Fabindia School from 1995 to 2006. She studied here from Nursery to VIII standard. After that, she got selected in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pali. She completed her XII from there. She did her B.Tech in Civil Engineering from the Pacific Institute of Technology, Udaipur.
After that, she did M.Tech in Civil Engineering from Malviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur after clearing the GATE Exam. In 2017. She cleared Junior Engineer Exam and is posted as Junior Engineer (Civil) at the Water Resource Department - WRD, Government of Rajasthan.
Memories at The Fabindia School: I love Fabindia so much. It's the school that has all types of activities, not just academics. One of the most favourite memories was with Putney Group. I used to enjoy all the activities with them. Other than this we used to make pen friends and write letters to them. It was also a great moment. For me, Fabindia was like a second home I never gave any excuses to take any leave. I used to enjoy all drama activities, sports activities, forest adventures, picnics, and of course studies. Fabindia has provided me with a wonderful environment and opportunity to learn and grow academically and to secure the place where I am today.
The message for students is that “Life never gave me anything for granted, I worked hard and achieved everything, so work hard and be patient towards your dream. You will reach it one day.”
Bharti Rao 
HOD English 
Trophies of Excellence for the year 2021-22  
Trophy for Excellence in Service: Meenakshi Choudhary
Trophy of Excellence in Skill: Khush Rajpurohit
Trophy of Excellence in Sport: Vipul Rajpurohit
Trophy of Excellence in Study: Aryan Sirvi
Parineeta Ranpal’s English Proficiency Prize: Vinita Sirvi & Rahul Vaishnav
Class XII Board Position Holders:
I Position: Rahul Parihar
II Position: Aryan Sirvi 
III Position: Khush Rajpurohit
Class X Board Position Holders:
I Position: Mangilal Dewasi
II Position: Riya Vaishnav
III Position: Bhumika Nimbarak
LIFE ( Light Ingenuity Fabulous Experience )
केंद्रीय माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड ने एक विषय दिया 'एक भारत श्रेष्ठ भारत' हमारी प्रदर्शिनी इसी विषय पर आधारित थी। इस विषय के अनुसार राजस्थान के विद्यार्थियों को असम राज्य के बारे में विस्तृत जानकारी प्राप्त करनी है। यह एक परियोजना कार्य था।
विद्यार्थियों ने असम की कला, साहित्य, लोक-नृत्य, इतिहास, विशिष्ट भोजन, व्यापार, प्रतिष्ठित व्यक्ति, खिलाड़ी और दर्शनीय स्थलों आदि की जानकारी एकत्र की। इससे उन्होंने असम राज्य के बारे में जाना और वहाँ की संस्कृति से परिचित हुए। 
इस शोध कार्य से अनेक प्रकार की नई जानकारी से अवगत हुआ। अपने राज्य से तुलनात्मक अध्ययन करने का सुअवसर मिला। यदि इस विषय पर कार्य न किया होता तो शायद इन बातों से अभी भी अनजान रहते।
कृष्ण गोपाल / HOD HINDI
My Exhibition was about the significance of the Jyotirlingas located at the same Longitude. The students learned about the lines of longitude which will help them in measuring the distance from the Earth's Equator and also learned about the global position System or  GPS.   
It was a nice experience to learn facts and stories with students from all four classes together on related topics.  From the exhibition, I learned many new facts with students during class discussions and experienced that students can learn quickly by doing and discussing.
Kusum Sharma/ Educator

Our exhibition was about school magazines, book reviews, and group discussions on various current topics of the world: Women's empowerment, Social media- Advantages and Disadvantages,  Global warming, and Will robots and AI cause mass unemployment. Is yoga a religion? A great debate about yogic philosophy? Going back to our roots is a good way to revive our culture.
The students researched and discovered more about the magazine-making procedures and they collected immense
information about the school, its members, founders & trustees. They also enquired about various topics which were given to them for magazine making. The group discussion panel was so enthusiastic & well-prepared for the topics they were given. They showed perfect zeal with a blend of knowledge to make the group discussion youthful of sitting & talking. They all presented themselves confidently in front of the guests and visitors. Everyone appreciated the efforts which were put in by the students. Overall it was a wonderful experience working with students.  I too got to learn a lot of things from innovative students. The zeal, passion, and determination of the students thrilled me. I learned that"Team Work Makes The Dream Work".
Nikita Rajpurohit/ Educator

It was about using some basic agricultural practices and concepts of agriculture.Students learned the importance of agriculture and its uses and also learned to use resources wisely. They learned collaboration, leadership, and promoting agriculture. I learned to manage time and things and also tackle students having a different mindset. It was a great experience.
Urvesh Singh/ Educator

My exhibition was regarding human physiology and how our body organs and organ systems work.  Students learned about the mechanisms of our body. The models which I had in my exhibition were the circulatory system, excretory system, and digestive system. We also had blood group testing which students performed with all the possible precautions. Through this blood group experiment, they learned about the universal donor and recipient and also about the Rh factor and antigens. Students also learned human physiology and our organ system and its mechanism. 
My learning from this exhibition was basically how we all can work as a team and give our best shot. The things which I learned were teamwork, cooperation, and management.
Devashish Sirvi/ Educator

It's about different stages of business i.e. opening to closure, how the population is working in
different sectors and their contribution towards GDP, and the role of aids to trade in supporting business to run smoothly. 
They learned teamwork, leadership, and coordination while working. They learned to use limited resources effectively and efficiently. They also learned a new concept which is Green accounting. For me, this is a way to explain Principles of Management, one of the Business Studies chapters.
Students' Energy level, innovative ideas, and dedication toward their work are commendable.   Division of work makes work easier.
Neelam Malviya/ Educator

My exhibition was about how Physics is used practically in our life. Students learned about physics experiments (mechanics & optics phenomena). Students understood the reflection and refraction process in light & understood the mechanical process for pressure in making projects of Hydraulic bridges, Hydraulic JCB, and steam engines.
My learning from this exhibition is to draw out the hidden talents of the students and build curiosity among the students.
Puran Ramawat/ Educator

My exhibition was about coding and programming languages.
Students learned about different types of programming languages ​​and coding. They learned the uses of coding, and how to make games and apps. Children made games using coding and created websites using HTML language. It also enhanced their learning about cyber security, blog making, and internal processing of computer parts.
My learning from the exhibition was troubleshooting the problems that came up while making the projects and learning new codes of scratch coding.
Usman Gani/ Educator

The Literary Club exhibition was to explore the world of books and rewrite the stories. Learning to value books and stories was the paramount exercise. Child's imagination and stimulating their curiosity was my agenda. They developed the ability to focus, and concentrate, learned social skills, and communication skills came on their own. 
Story narration helped them develop vocabulary building, grammar, understanding of stories/narratives, and many more. 
As a mentor to the Reading Program, I took a dip into the ocean of literature and got inspired to take my learning journey to the next level.
Priyadarshan Singh/ Educator

Mathematics is enough words to create confusion among students, and all of us tried to make such kinds of projects which can relate maths to real-life problems. Students understood how to use a clinometer in land surveying and mapping. Basic uses of 3D shapes. Use of angles in daily life and how to use their properties
As an educator, I learned that if we relate subjects to daily life, students can understand them in a better way. If we give them opportunities or platforms for performing activities, maybe we can build their foundation of the subject strongly.
Manish Bissa/ Educator

Our exhibition was about the causes of health issues due to physical inactivity and nutrition in the middle & late adulthood period.
Students learned the difference between good & bad calories and the importance of nutrition 
Importance of yoga and regular physical activities
It was a great experience to interact with different people of different age groups, and what kind of physical activity and nutrition can help to improve their health issues or how they can maintain their health in middle and late adulthood age.
Rahul Kalmolta/ Educator 

ATL Exhibition was about exhibiting new innovative solutions to the problems in surrounding. Using different sensors, controllers & IoT devices.
Students had to think in depth for solutions that they or others face in the surrounding, which develops Critical Thinking skill, programming skill, prototyping skill. They were also very confident while explaining their projects. Projects like Animal Detection, Bluetooth Operated LED Lights, RFID Door Lock, Obstacle Avoiding Shoes for Blind Person, Smart Parking etc. were developed.
Working with full dedication and trying until we reach to a solution is the learning from these exhibition.
Jitendra Suthar / Educator

Feedback on the Middle Section Exhibition 
Angles, Triangles, Polygons, Quadrilaterals, and finding area using graph paper and formulas of different objects. Students showed Math Tricks to parents. 
Students understood the concepts and demonstrated in front of parents the given topics. They knew about applications in daily life. Students developed confidence, communicative skills, team spirit, discipline, and punctuality. 
It was a great experience. I enjoyed working with students and together all teachers and students worked to put on a great show for guests and parents. Parents appreciated everyone and were happy to see their children speaking and explaining with confidence. 
Prerna Rathod / HOD Mathematics

The students of Classes VII & VIII made a magazine that has creative writing, poems, jokes, riddles, quotes, etc. It made them think and write things by themselves to improve their writing skills. 
The students of Classes VI & VII enacted a play on Nasruddhin's Aim for English Exhibition. The play was full of fun, thrill, suspense, and intelligence which engrossed the audience with laughter and suspense. 
By doing this play, the children learned to develop social and cognitive skills and gained the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences. They have also learned how to give expression while delivering dialogues and to communicate with each member of the group. It gave them the experience to work as a team and made them understand the importance of co-operation while working in a group. They learned new things and had fun together.
It was a great learning experience for me as well. Being a teacher, first I prepared myself for the things which I wanted my children to learn and explore. I learned how to make children enact a play, how to give expression, and deliver dialogues. I also learned how to make a play interesting and full of fun and thrill to engross the audience while watching the play. It gave me immense pleasure to see my students performing well in front of their parents and guests and exploring things related to drama or play. 
Monika Vaishnav/ Educator

'एकभारत-श्रेष्ठ भारत' (विभिन्नता में एकता) की भारत की श्रेष्ठ सांस्कृतिक विरासत को प्रदर्शित करने और आत्मसात करने के लिए, राजस्थान और असम के समन्वय के साथ, असम की सामाजिक और सांस्कृतिक विशेषताओं का कलात्मक प्रदर्शन।
भाषिक कौशलों के अधिगम और विकास एवं अभिव्यक्ति क्षमता के प्रदर्शन  के लिए, भाषा-ज्ञान के व्याकरणिक पहलुओं को सरल और रूचिकर तरीकों से प्रदर्शित करना।
विद्यार्थियों ने स्नेहपूर्वक, आपसी सहयोग और समन्वय से, मित्रवत वातावरण में, उत्साह एवं समर्पण से कार्य करना सीखा। असम की सांस्कृतिक और सामाजिक जानकारी हासिल करके, उसे व्यक्तिगत रूप से, व्यवहारिक अभिव्यक्त करना सीखा। जनसामान्य के साथ, आत्मविश्वास से बातचीत करना सीखा।
विद्यार्थियों ने विभिन्न कलात्मक तरीकों से अपनी अभिव्यक्ति क्षमता को प्रदर्शित किया और भाषा अध्ययन के व्यवहारिक पक्षों का उपयोग करके, अपने ज्ञान और आत्मविश्वास को जाना। 
व्यवहारिक सामाजिक संबंधो और सरोकारों को जाना-समझा और प्रदर्शित किया।
विद्यार्थियों को रचनात्मक योग्यताओं का विकास करने और प्रतिनिधित्व एवं नेतृत्व क्षमता को बढ़ाने का सुअवसर मिला। प्रदर्शनी के इस चुनौतीपूर्ण कार्य में    विद्यार्थियों की लगन और मेहनत और अभिव्यक्ति सराहनीय रही।
बदलते परिवेश में, भाषा अध्ययन-अध्यापन की परंपरागत शैली के अतिरिक्त, व्यवहारिक-सामाजिक अभिव्यक्ति और उपयोगिता के कईं नवीन आवश्यक पक्षों को जाना ।
प्रदर्शनी के रूप में यह , विद्यार्थियों की रूचि और क्षमता को जानने का बेहतर तरीका है।
विद्यार्थियों के साथ आत्मीयता से मित्रतापूर्वक कार्य करना अत्यन्त उत्साहवर्धक रहा और महाभारत के मंचन  में भाषायी रचनात्मकता के रूप में कार्य करना नवीन और ज्ञानवर्धक रहा। 
छतराराम चौधरी/ Educator

हमारी प्रदर्शनी हिंदी भाषाके महत्व , भारत में विभिन्नता में एकता, असम की सांस्कृतिक जानकारी तथा हिंदी व्याकरण के अनेक विषयों बारे में थी। विद्यार्थियों ने अपनी रचनात्मक गतिविधि से इस प्रदर्शनी को बहुत ही आकर्षित बना दिया। समूह में मित्रता व्यवहार से कार्य करना भी सीखा। यह कार्य उन्होंने पूरे समर्पण और उत्साह के साथ किया। विद्यार्थियों का प्रदर्शनी में आत्मविश्वास प्रतिनिधित्व पद भी दिखाई दिया। छात्रों ने इसे न केवल सफलतापूर्वक किया बल्कि अपेक्षा से भी बेहतर किया। यह प्रदर्शनी बहुत अच्छी थी विद्यार्थियों के साथ काम करने का अनुभव मेरा बहुत अच्छा रहा। यह चुनौतीपूर्ण और एक अच्छा अवसर था।
ज्योति सेन/ Educator

Our projects/models were about finding the heights of buildings & mountains with the knowledge of Trigonometry ratios Demonstrate &  explain the parts of circles Explaining how to find the volume of various solid shapes
From these projects, the students learned how to measure the heights of  inaccessible objects 
Understanding properties of circles which are used in designing athletic tracks, buildings & many manufacturing units.
Students can find out how much space is occupied by objects, which helps in solving various real-life problems
My experience in this exhibition under the guidance of HOD of mathematics Prerna Ma'am &  Sir Manish Bissa was great I have learned a lot of new things which is will help in my teaching career like time management, modals making, encouraging students, and understanding students thought process, etc.
Tejpal Singh/ Educator

The Universe and the working models related to human body parts and types of motion. Students learned about the Solar system (all 8 planets and the sun), and how day and night occur. 
The function of the heart and the importance of its four chambers and the skeleton, the support system of the human body, and the bones and their working and functions. How science is related to our daily routine, which motion is used in our daily schedule.  During the exhibition period, I experienced it was a great time with students and colleagues also. I interacted with parents with excitement to show the creativity done by students.
Raksha Soni/ Educator

We prepared Props for the play; Mahabharat and the dances.
~ Chariot, horses, swords 
~ Bottle Art 
~ Decoration of Classes  
The students passionately participated in the exhibition. They also learned to work in a team and developed leadership qualities and how to explain their project it developed their communication and intellectual skills and they were motivated towards it.
This experience was wonderful. I have learned many things while preparing students for their project explanation and making them learn how to do it. They learned how to use waste materials and work in groups and help each other. 
Usha Panwar/Educator

Mountain, Forests, Types of Caves, Vernacular languages, Plantation and types of Architecture. Students learned about Mountain forests and their vegetation. They also learned that in the Eastern part of India mountain forest is found. 
In the northern part of India vernacular architecture is found and in the southern part of India, plantation architecture is found, with the help of a model and chart it was explained.
It was a great experience colliding with students and with their creativity.
Harshita Suthar/Educator

Feedback of the Primary Section Exhibition
विद्यार्थियों ने मिलकर एक दूसरे की सहायता करते हुए समूह में कार्य किया और अपनी कला का पत्रिकाओं के द्वारा अभिभावकों के समक्ष प्रदर्शन किया। 
बच्चों ने आपसी तालमेल से समूह में कार्य करना सीखा। अपनी प्रदर्शनी की चर्चा अभिभावकों के समक्ष की जिससे उनका अभिव्यक्ति कौशल बढ़ा तथा आत्मविश्वास बढ़ा।
मेरी सीख - मुझे बच्चों के साथ काम करके अच्छा लगा। परियोजना कार्य से तथा एक दूसरे से चर्चा करके बच्चे बहुत जल्दी सीख जाते हैं। बहुत सी चुनौतियों का भी सामना करना पड़ा।
-आयशा टाक / Educator

My exhibition was about live work of nail art and Mehndi art. Mandala and zentangle art. Mirror art and bottle art.  Shapes and patterns. Clock and Day names. Model of Tables.  Model on Multiplication, Addition, and Subtraction.
The students arduously participate in the exhibition. They learned to work in a team and learn leadership. How to explain their project, explanation, the importance of the exhibition and it developed their communication and intellectual skills, and they got motivated towards it.
This experience was wonderful. I have learned so many things while preparing students for their project explanation and making them learn how to do it. They learn how to use waste materials. It was a great opportunity to work with students. In some places, I got stuck but got help from my mentors.
Richa Solanki/ Educator

मेरी प्रदर्शनी का प्रारूप गुरुकुल व घर की व्यवस्था बारे में था और कहानी व कविता को आधार बनाकर अभिनय करवाया गयाl | इस प्रक्रिया द्वारा यह सीखा कि बच्चे अभिनय द्वारा जल्दी सीखते है तथा उनकी स्मरण शक्ति का विकास होता है। ऐसे अवसर मिलने पर उनका आत्मविश्वास बढ़ता है और बच्चों में सीखने की ललक बढ़ती है। बच्चों में उत्साह जागृत होता है, स्कूल से उनका लगाव बढता है l
अभिनय से बच्चों ने मिलजुल कर कार्य करना सीखा, सहयोग की भावना सीखी, अनुशासन व आत्मविश्वास, नैतिक शिक्षा ग्रहण की है, बोलचाल की कौशल कला का विकास हुआl
मुझे बहुत सी चीजें सीखने को मिली विद्यार्थियों की कला को पहचाना। उनमें सहयोग की भावना को जाना उनके कला के हुनर को पहचाना। शिक्षक के साथ उनके संबंध और अधिक बेहतर होते हैं, जिससे उनकी सीखने की गति बढ़ती है।
राजेश्वरी खंगारोत/ Educator 

The EVS exhibition was about the basic concepts of environmental science and things that students should know about. 
Students learned that things become easy when it is done together. They understood the meaning of group work. Apart from this, they learned about the concepts required for further studies in science. They were amazed by the principles and magic of science. They have shown their creativity. They learned how to use basic materials like sugar, water, and salt in experiments. 
This was my first experience as a teacher. It was a difficult task for me. But my student involvement enhanced my confidence level. It is well said 'Learning is from womb to tomb'. It never ends. I learned to see things from a different perspective. I researched a lot for their projects which increased my knowledge as well.
Khushi Rao/ Educator

Learning by doing was the main aim of the Mathematics Exhibition.  Speak to me I will learn, teach me I will understand, guide me to do I will remember it forever.  Keeping this in mind, students of Class II - V participated in the exhibition and made wonderful, amazing models on various topics such as types of angles, Division, area and volume, working Model of clock, square root device, place value model, Rotational symmetry  3 D and 2 D shapes and many more. 
Team-wise students were separated which helped them to develop social skills, leadership qualities, and teamwork. Students researched and keenly took part in preparing the model. Each team presented and explained the models made by them on different topics. While working on models students understood various concepts of Maths by doing it themselves.  Children got an opportunity to communicate their thoughts with others. Students explained their models in detail. It was indeed an exhibition that gave them exposure and confidence to present their thoughts and minds.
I had a wonderful experience working with students. Each student who was with me contributed beautifully to the Maths exhibition and they were appreciated by the guests. Students came up with different ideas to make projects and they made them by themselves with little guidance.
-Shivani Rao/ Educator

Our theme of the exhibition stood ' The Way to be Amazing'.
Children's magazines are a wonderful supplement to classroom instruction. Students are exposed to a variety of Texas and lots of interactive content from stories, poems, puzzles, and more. Magazines can offer an abundance of high interest to support your curriculum.
 The exhibition helps you brush both your hard and soft skills. Why do you come across different people with various interests? You also deal with tricky situations. You learn to make quick and rational decisions under pressure.
Monika Chouhan and Vijay Lakshmi / Educators 

Feedback  of Pre Primary Section Exhibition 
The exhibition was about My Family Members, My House, the Day-Night concept, and storytelling. Students learned about the members of the family, parts of a house, and differences between   Day - Night, narrating the story. This exhibition helped students to develop their knowledge and their imaginary and creative thoughts.
My experience with my students was good. Students showed their interest in each project and with great zeal, they learned new things.
Jyotsna Mali/ Educator

Our exhibition theme was  Animal Kingdom, Pet Animals, Farm Animals, Wild Animals, Birds, Insects, and Water Animals.
Students learned the names of different animals, their sounds, their young ones, and their habitat. They learned to draw, color, and make animal masks. 
It was a great experience with students. They had fun wearing masks and enjoyed making animal sounds.
Kavitha Devda/ Educator

The exhibition was about the planets and other objects in the universe.
Each Student learned about different bodies of the universe, and they also learned how to interact with people.  My experience with my children was awesome. They prepared well as I instructed them, and their energy was good though they got tired.
People appreciated my children for their work and speaking skill. 
Moksha Vaishnav/Educator

My Exhibition was  Sense Organs (5 Sense of Organs), 3 Types of Animal (Carnivores, Herbivores, Omnivores), Our helpers (Teacher, Doctor, Police, Carpenter), and Uses of First Aid Box.
The students enthusiastically participated in the exhibition. They learned how to prepare for the exhibition, and how to give information about the exhibition to the visitors. Students learned about the importance of the exhibition and it developed their intellectual, logical, and conversational skills.
This was my first experience in this school and my teaching career. I felt very good. I was also impressed by the interest shown by the students in the exhibition.  It was a thrilling opportunity for me to work in groups with the students because of the exhibition, to see the importance and application of knowledge in real life, and to see the skills of the students in a new way.
Pinki Bhadouriya/Educator

My exhibition was all about my kids and their interests, portrayed by our cooperation. Topics were:  Water cycle, Traffic signal, Shapes around us, Story play
In this event, kids learned about water cycles and traffic signals. They gained an understanding of how to recognize shapes and where they are around us. Story play done by them increased their confidence in front of their parents and as a group activity helped them increase their synergy with each other.
This exhibition was a great 1st-time experience for me. I understood that whether it is the children or us only by showing our talents like this, we will get the courage to learn further and do better next time.
Archana Rajpurohit / Educator
Cultural Function
हमारे 30वें वार्षिकोत्सव के दौरान महाभारत का मंचन नाटक एवं नृत्य दो रूप में प्रस्तूत किया गया। महाभारत के विषय में हम सभी को जानकारी है किंतु इसके मंचन के पीछे एक उद्देश्य था। इसकी कई घटनाएँ हमें कुछ संदेश देती है। कहा जाता है कि इतिहास इसलिए पढ़ा जाता है कि हमें अतीत में हुई गलतियों का आभास हो और उन्हें फिर से दोहराई न जाए। अहंकार न करने की सीख भी मिलती है, आज हमारे पास बहुत कुछ है पर उस पर गर्व न करें। विश्व में भुखमरी एक विकराल रूप धारण कर रही है, अन्न का उपयोग आवश्यकतानुसार करना उचित है। क्रोध हमारी क्षमताओं का नाश करता है, अच्छा क्या है ? बुरा क्या है? समझ नहीं पाते। 'अतिथि देवो भव:' की प्रेरणा मिलती है। कर्म मार्ग पर डटे रहें, वर्तमान समय में हम अपने पथ से विमुख हो सकते हैं ऐसे में गीता ज्ञान हमें कर्म के प्रति जागरूक करता है। युद्ध केवल विनाश करता है, सृजन तो शांति में ही संभव है। किसी के साथ कटुता न रखकर अपने उद्देश्य की ओर आगे बढ़े तभी अपना और देश का उत्थान संभव है। यही उद्देश्य इसके मंचन का भी था।
कृष्ण गोपाल / HOD Hindi
On the occasion of the 30th Annual Function, the students of Class II to VIII showed the Uniformity and Diversity of India through a dance performance. Class II students represented the state of Rajasthan, the land of brave Kings and their great deeds, and performed a folk dance of Rajasthan. Class III students represented the state of Gujarat, which is on the Western side of India, and presented the famous folk dance Garba. Class IV students represented the state of Maharashtra which is the third biggest state of India and performed Lavani one of the most famous dances of Maharashtra. Class V students represented the state of Assam on the North Eastern side of India and presented the famous dance of Assam Bihu related to the Bihu festival. Students of class VI day represented the state of Uttarakhand which has a vibrant culture and students performed the folk dance called the Garwal Kashmiri dance. Students of Class VII represented the state of Punjab which is one of the prosperous states and home to lively and dynamic people and performed the famous Bhangra which is associated with Baisakhi. Students of Class VIII represented the state of Kerala situated on the southwest coast of India. It is known for its tradition and culture and beaches. Students performed the famous Kuttanadan dance of Kerala. 
Guests and Parents were mesmerized by the students’  performance. 
Prerna Rathod / HOD Mathematics

Coordinators: Giriraj Singh,  Mitanshu Paliwal, Jaya Bawal, Divyani Rao
Reporters: Lisha Soni, Ridhima Ojha, Meenakshi Sirvi, Mansi Chouhan
Photographers: Jatin Tripash, Sahil, Lakshya Raj Kanwar, Riya Vaishnav
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Hobbyists: Sayed Ishan, Lavishka Rathod, Divya Rathore, Pooja, Sanket
Editors: Seema Choudhary, Mohammad Anas, Aashna Tak, Tanisha Malviya, Prachi Rao 
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Volume No. 536 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Ms. Harshita Suthar, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Mr. Priyadarshan Singh.

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