The School Weekly 26th December 2022

News & Events
Students of Class IX to XI participated in the Pariksha Pe Charcha Contest 2023. Students expressed their thoughts on the following topics:
  • Know your freedom fighters
  • Our culture is our pride
  • My Book, My Inspiration
  • Save the environment for future generations
  • My life, my health
  • My startup dream
  • STEM Education/ Education without boundaries
  • Toys and Games for learning in Schools. 
The unstoppables, Senior Section Sports Day
Tuesday, 20th December: The day finally arrived, and here it was senior section Sports Day! The special thing was that we were the organizers and coordinators. We created the best memories. Our aim was that every student should participate and teachers also enjoy this day. The event was a mixture of local games and commonly known games, we had basketball, treasure hunt, cricket, Khutor khorya, ghee bata, dog and the bone, futsal, volleyball, kabaddi, and tug of war. We enjoyed ourselves to the fullest. I realized that unity has great power. all the 11th graders were on their toes to manage the event. We had two guests, Elye and John. They first played basketball and then we took them to every spot and they enjoyed the local games also. This sports day was a friendly event and the winning team will be awarded exquisite trophies. It was not merely a sports event but a lifelong souvenir of our school life.
Nalini Kanwar XI

                       Primary Section Sports Day
On the 21st of December 2022, Sports Day was held for Primary Section students. There were lots of games to enhance leadership and compatibility skills. For primary, there were running games with hurdles they had to clear, and then they could reach the next step and win the race. And for the primary section, there were different kinds of games like kabaddi, futsal, dog and the bone, santoliya, Khuto khoriya, tug of war, and cricket. Children participated in games and enjoyed themselves a lot. This event had all kinds of games so they could play whatever they wanted to play. Sports events are done every year for all age groups so that children can learn something new every time they lose or win.
Meenakshi Sirvi /XI
                   Pre-Primary Section Sports Day
Pre-Primary Sports Day Report 
On Wednesday, 21st December our school celebrated Annual Sports Day for the Pre-Primary Section with great enthusiasm. All the students and teachers were very energetic that day; enthusiasm could be easily seen in their eyes. The School Sports Department organized various sports programs on this day in which students participated with great enthusiasm. Games like Jalebi Race, Obstacle Race, and Collect the potatoes. All the games were organized in our school playground.
Pinkie Chouhan / Educator

                     Middle Section Sports Day
On the 22nd of December, we had our middle section Sports day event. It was organized by Class 11th students.  Each student participated in two games of their interest.  Teachers also participated in many games. There were friendly matches also. There were three coordinators for each game. Games were kabaddi, Dog and the bone, seven stones, cricket, treasure hunt, and futsal. Each game had a final winner. 
Sanyogita Ranawat / XI
Christmas Day Celebrations
Our school celebrated Christmas on 21st December 2022. The event was organized by the Middle Section. Students from Grades II to VIII participated in this program. We all started the preparation about a month ago. Art and Craft teachers and their teams made beautiful props to make the play more interesting. This play helped the participants to learn to work in a group with cooperation, and it enhanced their speaking and acting skills. Students of Classes II, V, and VII gave an eye-catching dance performance related to Christmas Day. Students of Classes III, IV, and VI sang melodious Christmas Carols.  Christmas Play was enacted by the students of Class VIII. Students excited and thrilled everyone with their way of delivering dialogues, costumes, etc. They did a fabulous job to make the program more knowledgeable, cheerful, and entertaining too. They came to know about the importance of celebrating Christmas. Everyone's heart was full of harmony, reverence, and peace. The children enjoyed it a lot.
Ridhima Ojha and Monika Vaishnav
Winter Carnival 
The much-awaited Winter Carnival of The Fabindia School was held on the 23rd of December, 2023 on the school premises keeping the spirit of the school afloat. Our Winter Carnival was a fun-filled day full of exciting games, delicious food, and beautiful smiles. The school grounds pulsated with scintillating music and a lively crowd. The carnival had something in store for everybody, whether children or adults. A very special segment catering to the kids' interests included various fun games and food stalls. Various game stalls were put up at the carnival for the entertainment of visitors. Stalls offering games like shoot the balloon, box observation, hat the scarecrow, word cookies, hit the can, and try your luck attracted the visitors. 
The teachers, parents, and students actively participated in making it a perfect way of celebrating the winter season. The zest and zeal exhibited by an enthusiastic crowd of visitors and participants made the Winter Carnival 2022 a memorable one.
Nikita Rajpurohit/ Educator
Human Solidarity Day
Human Solidarity Day is a day to celebrate our unity in diversity which reminds governments to respect their commitments to the International agreement. The general assembly, on 22nd December 2005, by Resolution 60/209 identified solidarity as one of the fundamental and universal values that should underlie relations between peoples in the Twenty-first century, and in that regard to proclaim 20 December of each year International human day. By resolution 57/265 the General assembly on 20 December 2022, established the world solidarity Fund, which was set up in February 2003 as a trust fund of the United Nations development.The movement of a group of people from one place, community, or situation to another is known as International Migrants Day. International Migration day is celebrated on the 18th of December annually. The migration of the people is either forced or voluntary. Due to the increased number of disasters happening in the world, the number of migrant populations is also increasing along with it. The frequency of economic disasters can determine the actual number of total migrants across the world. International Migrants Day theme is “Together we heal, learn and shine”. The entire society should be safe to make life even more soother.
Lisha Soni / XI

International Human Solidarity Day is observed globally every year on 20 December to spread awareness among the people about the importance of solidarity and to lift people out of poverty, hunger, and disease. Earlier on December 20, 2002, the United Nations General Assembly by resolution 57/265 established the World Solidarity Fund, which was established in February 2003 as the Trust Fund for the United Nations Development Programme. Organizing unity has been considered a great human quality throughout history. Looking at the history of the world, it is known that all the great works in the world have been possible only with the unity and cooperation of human beings. all over the world.
Mohita Solanki / IX
National Consumer Day
The National Consumer Day or Bharatiya Grahak Diwas is celebrated every year on December 24 to spread awareness about consumer rights and the power of a consumer. In India, to keep the integrity of consumers and protect them from malpractices, a set of rights is conferred to every citizen under the Consumer Protection Act. In 1986, the Consumer Protection Bill was passed by both the Houses of Parliament. The bill received the assent of the President on December 24, 1986, and came into force. Thus, to commemorate the importance of the day, December 24 is marked as National Consumer Day.
The Consumer Protection Act gives provisions for easy and fast compensation for consumer grievances. It safeguards and encourages consumers to raise their voices against insufficiency and flaws in goods and services. The act outlines six consumer rights that all Indian citizens have, and it further mentions five responsibilities that every consumer should fulfill.
National Consumer Day aims to make every consumer aware of their rights and responsibilities.
Mansi Chouhan / XI
National Mathematics Day
National Mathematics Day is celebrated on 22nd December every year to mark the birth anniversary of legendary Indian Mathematician, Srinivasa Ramanujan. He was born on 22nd December 1887 in Erode, Tamil Nadu. He had spent his childhood days in great difficulty and poverty. At the age of 12, he gained knowledge in Trignometry. At the age of 15, he obtained a copy of George Shoobridge Carr's Synopsis of Elementary Results in Pure and Applied Mathematics. When he was young, he took up the job of clerk to meet the economic needs of the house. Srinivasa Ramanujan hailed as an all-time great mathematician, for his natural genius, has left behind 4000 original theorems, despite his lack of formal education and a short lifespan. He died on 26th April 1920 at the very young age of 32.
The celebrations aim at spreading awareness about the importance of mathematics and the contributions made by Srinivasa Ramanujan, in the field of mathematics.
Rajveer Singh/ XII
Kisan Diwas
In India, Kisan is celebrated every year on 23rd December. Kisan Diwas is also known as farmer's day. Kisan is celebrated in memory of Shri Charan Singh Choudhary on their birth anniversary. He was 5th prime minister of India and also a great farmer's leader. In the USA farmer's day is celebrated on 12th October every year. Chaudhary Charan Singh served the country from July 28, 1979, to January 14, 1980. He started many welfare schemes for farmers and wrote books on farmers and their problems. To improve the lives of the farmers of the country, the government decided in 2001 to celebrate Charan Singh's birth anniversary as Kisan Diwas.
Prachi Kunwar/
Good Governance Day
Good Governance Day is observed in India annually on the 25th of December. On this day the nation celebrates the birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna and former-Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. The day was established in 2014 to honor Prime Minister Vajpayee by fostering awareness among the Indian people of accountability in government. In keeping with this principle, Good Governance Day has been declared to be a working day for the government.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee served as the Prime Minister of India three times. His first term was for only 13 days in 1996. He served his second term for a period of thirteen months from March 1998 to April 1999 and then a full term from 1999 to 2004. His first entry into parliament was in 1962 through the Rajya Sabha. He was elected to the Lok Sabha seven times. In 2015, Mr. Vajpayee was conferred the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award.
Tanisha  /XI
Freedom Fighters 
Most importantly freedom fighters inspire and motivate others to fight injustice. They are the pillars behind the freedom movement. They made people aware of their rights and their power. It is all because of the freedom fighters that we prospered into a free country free from any kind of colonizers or injustice. 
Freedom fighters were those great personalities who consecrated their lives for the cause of the attainment of freedom from the colonization of the British. They made many sacrifices we cannot just imagine the amount of pain, hardship rests, and opposition they must have gone through or faced in rallying the Indians against the Britisher, and how wonderfully versatile, and talented they were. The list of freedom fighters in India is endless. Many of them are known while many more are unknown. The ones belonging to the latter category gave their everything to their motherland quietly. 
Surendra Singh Rathore / V 
मेरी माँ
मेरी  माँ का नाम ममता कुमारी ओझा है।  वह एक ग्रहणी है। वह बहुत मेहनती है। वह जल्दी उठती है। वह हमारा ख्याल रखती है। वह हमारे लिएखाना बनाती है। वह मुझे तैयार करती है। वह शाम को हमको पढ़ाती है। वह परिवार के सभी लोगों का ध्यान रखती हैं। हम उनसे बहुत प्यार करते हैं। हमारी माँहमें प्यारी लगती है। हमारी  माँ हमें गर्व हैं। 
देवांशी ओझा / III

My Hobby
Cycling is one of my favorite hobbies that I do in my free time. Cycling is a good hobby as it makes the body healthy. It is also one of the best exercises, and one can adopt this hobby to make himself fit and healthy. I enjoy cycling anywhere and anytime. I have had my bicycle since I was 5 years old.   I go cycling outside my house daily for one hour. Sometimes I also race with my friends. It is the best hobby and it relaxes our bodies and releases stress. It helps to increase concentration.  Cycling helps to increase our height.  In my village, every year there is a cycling tournament and I also participate in races and Sometimes win the race. They gave me a trophy and prize money. I got many trophies in the cycle race.  I am so happy. Some people say that cycling is not a good hobby but my parents always motivate me and I am the best cyclist. It also saves fuel and saves the environment. 
Manav Singh/ VII
Fun Facts and Riddles
एक दिवार पर दस चिडिया बैठी थी। एक आदमी ने एक चिडिया को तीर मारा। कितने चिड़िया बची है?
I’m light as a feather, yet the strongest person can’t hold me for five minutes. What am I?

Doctor: I’m sorry but you suffer from a terminal illness and have only 10 to live.

Patient: What do you mean by 10? 10 what? Years? Months? Weeks?!

Doctor: Nine…

Patient: What?

Doctor: Eight…

Graham Alexander Bell: I used to study under a candle

William Shakespeare: I used to study under the street light

Mr. Bean: What did you guys do during the daytime?

Science:  The oceans produce the majority of the oxygen on Earth.
According to the National Oceanic Service, we can thank plant-based marine organisms for all that fresh air. More than half of the world’s oxygen is produced by plankton, seaweed, and other photosynthesizers.

S.St.- Mehrangarh Fort of Jodhpur is one of the significant tourist attractions in Rajasthan. The fort has been featured in both Bollywood and Hollywood movies including The Dark Knight Rises (2012), The Jungle Book (1994), and Awarapan (2007).

Sports: The first ever contemporary Olympic Games took place in Athens, Greece in 1896.

The answer to the Riddle
What goes up and down but doesn’t move?
Answer: A staircase

मुझे आप खाने के लिए खरीदते है पर मुझे खाते नही। मै क्या हूँ?
जावाब- थाली।

NOTE: The School is closed for Winter Vacations from 24th December to 5th January 2023. We will be back with more news and views on 9th January 2023. The School Weekly wishes its readers A Merry Christmas and A Very Happy New Year. Keep smiling and keep healthy.

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