The School Weekly 28th August 2023

 News & Events 
The hard work of the whole year and determination to pursue this position led us to the prize-giving ceremony. Those who performed the best during the 2022 to 2023 session were awarded the top three positions in the class. The subject toppers were appreciated with certificates. 
 Inter House Kavi Sammelan 
We had an Inter House Kavi Sammelan where Krishna Gopal managed brilliantly by narrating Shayari and poems. Everyone was amazing. The winners of the Kavi Sammelan were:
First position - Sayogita Ranawat/ XII / Dhyanchand House 
Second position - Yograj Singh/ XI / Gandhi House 
Third position - Vinayak Singh Charan/ XII / Teresa House
 Professional Development 
School collaborates with Learning Forward for the Professional Development of it's educators. Educators attended their first session on Happiness & Tolerance from 'The Little Book of Values'. After the session, educators discussed The school's real examples and ways to find happiness for themselves and their students. The value of Tolerance was discussed with deep concern as everyone felt that acceptance could be the value that will hold paramount value in the book of values. Educators worked on an assignment to showcase their learning outcomes from the session and the discussions.
Rajeshree/ Principal
Everyone wants to achieve their specific goals which they want to be fulfilled. Goals are like special places we want to get to. They help us know where to go and what to do. When we have a goal, we have a reason to work hard and learn new things. Big or small, goals make us excited and remind us that we can do things if we try our best. It's like finding a treasure on a map – we follow the path and feel proud when we reach the 'X.' Sometimes goals take time, but that's okay because each step we take gets us closer. Imagine goals as magical roadmaps guiding us on adventures. They show us exciting places to reach and things to do. Goals make us brave explorers, teaching us new skills along the way. Whether it's climbing a tall tree or becoming a space scientist, goals help us imagine and achieve. Remember, even if the journey is long, every step counts. So, let's set sail on the sea of goals and enjoy the wonderful ride of reaching for the stars. Finally, I would like to end my words with a quote -"Setting a goal is the first step to making the invisible visible".
Vinay Raj /  XI
I hated news channels, communal gatherings, congruency, drawing circles, school assemblies, the color yellow, non-fashionable clothes, old people, negative numbers, mornings, uniforms, reading newspapers, and most of all labeling diagrams in biology. Now, I like most of these things as I have come to terms with my labyrinthine feelings. As I grow, my thoughts are also changing, and my heart doesn’t beat the same way it did. My emotions are only individual to me. My cries, My Ebullience laughs, My Incandescent anger, My Serendipity meet-cutes, and My unparalleled bliss are something that cannot be replicated by someone else. No matter how much I scream my thoughts, no one can understand them the way I did. Those hours of overthinking about the smallest details and those stress-induced stomach pains will always be unfathomable to everyone except me. The war in my mind is only for me to fight. I was told not to give much thought to my emotions but those emotions were as serious as they could be. I guess this is what it’s like to be a teenager.
Anshuman Singh /  XI
 Interview with Dhawan Choudhary (Student of class Xl) 
Reporters/RP - (Tiya Sompura and Aaradhya Champawat)
RP: How many years have you been in the school, and how has your experience been so far?
Dhawan: I have been in the school for 14 years, and this is my 14th year. It has been a marvelous, adventurous, and beautiful journey, and I believe it will continue to be the same in the future.
RP: What is your hobby, and why do you enjoy it?
Dhawan: My hobby is dancing, and I love it because it relieves me from stress and tension. It energizes me; I'm like a mobile, and dance is my charger. It's simply great to dance.
RP: What is your favorite sport, and why do you like it?
Dhawan: My favorite sport is football because I enjoy running, and I've been playing it for a long time. It's a great sport that enhances stamina and agility. It's also interesting for the audience to watch.
RP: How did you achieve a 93% score in your board exams? What were your thoughts before the exams?
Dhawan: When I was younger, I aimed for a 75% score, but as the exams approached, with only two months left, I set my sights on achieving 85% to 90%. I dedicated 3-4 hours a day to studying, and my hard work paid off.
RP: Why did you choose the science stream?
Dhawan: Upon transitioning from 10th to 11th grade, you suddenly find yourself grounded after being in the air. Everything changes rapidly. As for my interests, I discovered a passion for science and mathematics. Additionally, I chose this stream because I knew that with science and math, I would have better job prospects and opportunities.
 Interview with Nalini Kunwar (President of the school) 
(NKR: Nalini Kunwar)
(RP/Reporter: Prachi Kunwar and Mohita Solanki from class X)
RP: How did you feel when you became the school President?
NKR: I had a fascination with leadership duties since childhood. I was on cloud nine when I heard my name announced as the school president. It was indeed a moment of pride.
RP: What new changes have you brought about since becoming the school president?
NKR: I believe that voicing opinions, careful listening, deep thinking, and arriving at valuable conclusions are changes in themselves. I always strive to connect with people around me, listen to their thoughts, and motivate them to speak. While I haven't yet implemented major changes, I continuously work on improving myself as a council member.
RP: What challenges have you faced since becoming the president?
NKR: I am fortunate to have a supportive and cooperative team of council members and teachers. There haven't been significant challenges while working within the team. However, personally, I understand that leading by example and being punctual, obedient, and disciplined can be a challenge at times. Wearing the badge symbolizes our duties and responsibilities.
RP: What inspired you to become president?
NKR: School has provided me with incredible exposure through inter-school events. Representing our school in different areas fills me with immense pride. This prestigious role of president makes me the official representative of the school. Moreover, my mother was a school leader in her time, motivating me to nominate myself for this post.
1. Why don't scientists trust atoms? because they make up everything!.
2. Why don't skeletons fight each other?  Because they don't have the guts.
3. Why did the computer go to the doctor? because it had a virus.

Chief Editors : Jaya Bawal , Ridhima Ojha.
Supervisor: Prachi Kunwar, Anshuman Singh.
Interview Reporters: Prachi Kunwar, Mohita Solanki, Tiya Sompura, Aaradhya Champawat.
Event Reporters: Jeenal Meena, Himanshi Rajpurohit, Abhilasha Mansion, Rashi Jain, Aayush Choudhary.
Photographers: Tanya Tripash, Tammana Solanki, Yashoda Choudhary, Pushpa.
Articles: Anushka Rajawat, Anshuman Singh.
Fun Facts / Riddles / Jokes: Vanshika Singh, Yashi Soni, Bhumika Rao.
Info. of the Week: Hetal Vaishna, Priya Vaishnav, Bineeta Sonigra.
Educators in support: Ms. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Ms. Prerna Rathod  Ms.Khushi Rao, Ms. Shivani Rao, and Ms. Richa Solanki.

Volume No. 564 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Ms. Tejal Soni.        

The School Weekly 21st August 2023

News & Events
Celebrating our 31st Founders' Day
Today was a marvellous day. It started with our 12th-grade seniors sharing their experiences from their past classes. They suggested mistakes that we should avoid and shared their achievements up to the present. This session lasted about 1 hour, during which we learned that we should work on our weaker points and enjoy our own company, among other things.
After this, we had a cultural session where students performed with great energy. Our cultural session concluded with a mashup of songs by Rishi sir and his team. Teachers and support staff were each given a token of appreciation. The last activities included watching a movie, dancing, enjoying music, or playing games. At the end of the day, the school gave us a pen and a biscuit, which was satisfying and brought a large amount of happiness, making it an enjoyable day.
The Everyday Heroes of School
Peons and Co-Workers - THEY MAKE THINGS HAPPEN
In the busy world of school, where teachers and students often get the attention, some heroes do important work behind the scenes. Peons and co-workers may only sometimes be noticed, but they play a big part in ensuring the school runs smoothly. peons and co-workers are the quiet helpers who work behind the scenes to make sure the school works well every day. They assist with several tasks that keep the school running, such as janitorial work, ground maintenance, and library assistance. Clean places are a must for learning. Peons help keep classrooms, hallways, and other school grounds clean. This makes the school a pleasant place to be, and it helps students concentrate and focus better. Co-workers are like the heroes of the office. They do jobs like sorting papers, keeping records, providing water to drink, and helping with school events and functions. They pay attention to details, so everything is arranged and everyone knows what's going on. They respond quickly when help is required, and this helps everything at school run smoothly. Besides their jobs, peons and co-workers often become friends with students and teachers. They greet everyone warmly, do kind things, and make the school feel like a welcoming place. They also play with students often so nobody feels left out.
Peons are the unsung heroes of our schools. The saying "They Make Things Happen' really fits peons and co-workers. They put a lot of effort into making sure the school works without an issue, which helps learning and success for the students.
Piyush Gehlot / XI
The rain makes me morose, wearing a melancholic silhouette as I stand, gazing towards its maleficent beauty. It makes me reminisce about all those memories I so dearly want to relive. I regret those times when God bestowed such porcelain beauty before me, yet I couldn't amuse myself with it. I stood at the window, saudade filling me as I beheld its beauty—the most symphonious dance I had ever seen. Everyone around me danced with her, but I stood petrified. 'Don’t go into the rain; you will get sick,' my mother stated multiple times. Now that I had grown up, no one stopped me, yet the eagerness of a child had left me. I mustered all the courage within me and joined her. The child in me awakened once again. I drenched myself in its everlasting beauty. I could hear Mozart as she danced with her heels, the wind complementing her movements. All we need to revive our inner child is to dance with the rain. You only need to find your rain.
Anshuman Singh / XI
Meditation is a part of yoga and is usually done individually. The aim of meditation is to quiet the thought waves of the mind. It involves the practice of mental concentration. Just a mere 10-15 minutes of meditation each day can bring many positive results to people's lives. A quiet place is chosen to meditate, and one sits in a comfortable position with closed eyes. The main goal is to concentrate on breathing. Daily meditation can help you perform better in your studies and work, improving your ability to handle multiple tasks.
Divyanshi Singh / VIII
Interview with Neenu Dutt Ma'am 
RP: What differences have you noticed in the school compared to your previous visits?
Neenu Ma'am: Firstly, I observed the most important feature of the school: more confident students, their active participation, and their courage to take initiative. Secondly, I appreciate the improved quality of the teaching. I like how teachers are fully engaged in various activities. I also admire the way Rajeshree Ma'am is taking steps to bring about new changes and progress in the school.
RP: What do you like about the school?
Neenu Ma'am: I appreciate the serene forest, the connection with nature, and the peaceful atmosphere of the school. These elements create an environment where every child can experience tranquility.
RP: How do you plan to balance upholding the school's traditions and values while encouraging innovation and progressive thinking among students and staff?
Neenu Ma'am: I believe in the importance of instilling moral ethics and etiquette in our students. It's essential for them to remain deeply connected to their roots and value their culture while also embracing innovative and progressive thinking.
RP: Fabindia has completed 30 years. What do you envision for it when it completes 50 years?
Neenu Ma'am: I envision Fabindia retaining its current essence but being even more closely intertwined with nature. When we were young, our mothers used to make glue from refined wheat flour to attach covers to our notebooks. As we've grown, the times have changed, and people have distanced themselves from nature. I want to emphasize the importance of valuing our natural surroundings. Our school is a green school, so we should be grateful for the environment we're in.
Interview with Jitendra Suthar
RP: From joining the school till now, what changes have you implemented in the school, and what advantages and drawbacks have you encountered in managing them?
JSR: I joined TFS in 2019. I distinctly remember the first assembly and introducing myself as the ATL Incharge to the students. One positive change I brought about was cultivating an interest in machines among the kids. We brainstormed, discussed, and worked on it together. When introducing something new, the advantages usually outweigh any minor drawbacks.
RP:  As you are the activity incharge, how do you come up with new ideas and activities, and what challenges have you faced in organizing them?
JSR:  It's a privilege to serve as the Activity Coordinator. I'm following in the footsteps of those who excelled in this role. Working and learning are ongoing processes. When it comes to ideas and activities, we have a fixed schedule with Principal Ma'am every Monday or Tuesday. We sit down, brainstorm, and finalize our plans.
RP: You are a teacher as well as a responsible incharge, how do you manage both roles simultaneously?
JSR: There are many people doing even more than I am! As a teacher, I keep my class flexible, aiming for a two-way conversation to ensure students grasp the topics. Regarding activities, I'm not alone. I'm fortunate to have an exceptional team. We design activities section-wise, plan events, conduct activities, handle certificates, manage the Activity Room, update registers, and maintain the Points table. With this dedicated team, my tasks become manageable.
RP:  You are the most favorite teacher of the senior section. What is the reason behind this?
JSR: Really? I take that as a compliment. Perhaps the students themselves can answer that best. I do what is expected of me. Sometimes, being straightforward and simple earns you that kind of popularity.
RP: Is there a message you'd like to convey to our school?
JSR: Our school has completed 31 years. It was founded with the vision that we, as Fabindians, will preserve our culture. Despite technological and ideological shifts, remember that our roots remain beneath the soil. They have the power to keep you grounded or pull you down. To remain strong, stay connected to your roots.
Info of the week
This was one of the best weeks of this month. Why was it so? Because this week included the 15th of August, also known as India's Independence Day. Our school participated in a parade and dance competition on that day at High School Bali, Rajasthan. Our school secured the first position in the dance competition there. We also celebrated Independence Day with lots of happiness and fun. We had friendly matches, games, a cultural program, and much more.
On August 19th, we celebrated our school's 31st Founder's Day. We all celebrated with joy, fun, and happiness. The day began with a cultural program featuring dance, music, and speeches. Many of us enjoyed watching movies, and we danced a lot. Gifts were given to teachers who had been at the school for the past 15 to 16 years. Overall, it was a beautiful day.
1. Why don’t pirates shower before walking the plank?
They just wash up on shore.
2. What goes up and down but doesn’t move? The staircase.
1. Pineapples take two years to grow.
2. The national flag with the most colors in it is Belize (1981), with 12.
1] What can run but cannot walk?
2] Who has 3 feet but cannot walk?
3] Which house can fly?
4] What can be touched but can't be seen?
5] What can fly but has no wings?
1] A river
2] A yardstick
3] A housefly
4] Someone's heart
5] Time is the thing that can fly without wings

Chief Editors : Jaya Bawal , Ridhima Ojha.
Supervisor: Prachi Kunwar, Anshuman Singh.
Interview Reporters: Prachi Kunwar, Mohita Solanki, Tiya Sompura, Aaradhya Champawat.
Event Reporters: Jeenal Meena, Himanshi Rajpurohit, Abhilasha Mansion, Rashi Jain, Aayush Choudhary.
Photographers: Tanya Tripash, Tammana Solanki, Yashoda Choudhary, Pushpa.
Articles: Anushka Rajawat, Anshuman Singh.
Fun Facts / Riddles / Jokes: Vanshika Singh, Yashi Soni, Bhumika Rao.
Info. of the Week: Hetal Vaishna, Priya Vaishnav, Bineeta Sonigra.
Educators in support: Ms. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Ms. Prerna Rathod  Ms.Khushi Rao, Ms. Shivani Rao, and Ms. Richa Solanki.

Volume No. 563 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Ms. Tejal Soni.        

The School Weekly 14th August 2023

Events & News
Saturday Activities
Event: National Symbols Quiz - Inter-Class Activity
Introduction: The National Symbols Quiz was organized as an Inter-House activity for Class II and III students, aimed to enhance the student's understanding and knowledge of their country's important symbols. The event not only encouraged healthy competition but also instilled a sense of pride and patriotism among the participants.
Activity Details: The quiz was conducted in the classrooms. The event was organized to ensure active participation from all four houses: Red House, Blue House, Green House, and Yellow House. Each house was represented by a team of enthusiastic students who were carefully selected through an initial screening process.
Format: The quiz comprised multiple-choice questions, visual rounds, and short-answer questions related to the national symbols of the country. These included the national flag, emblem, bird, animal, flower, and more.
Participation and Engagement: The students displayed remarkable enthusiasm and excitement throughout the quiz. Their eagerness to showcase their knowledge of the national symbols was evident in their rapid responses and attentive engagement. The visual rounds, which featured images of various symbols, added an interactive element to the quiz, making it both entertaining and educational.
Conclusion: This activity fostered a sense of unity among the houses and contributed to the students' holistic growth by enhancing their knowledge of national symbols and promoting a sense of patriotism. This event served as a reminder that learning can be both enjoyable and meaningful when integrated with real-world concepts.
Freedom is in the mind, faith in words, pride in our hearts, and memories in our souls. Let's salute the nation on Independence Day! Independence Day holds great significance in the hearts of every Indian and reminds us of the sacrifices that many freedom fighters made to gain freedom from British rule. To commemorate the sovereignty of our nation, we organized an Inter-Class Badge Making competition. Our young, enthusiastic learners created different types of badges and decorated them with colors and papers in shades of saffron, white, and green. To understand the significance of the tri-color, students participated in a National Flag colouring activity. The craft was environmentally friendly and prepared by arranging paper strips in the shape of a blossoming flower, proudly coloured in the hues of the Indian National Flag. All the students thoroughly enjoyed the activity as they expressed their feelings and emotions towards their country through art.
Biography of Indian Freedom Fighters
On Saturday, August 12, 2023, our school porganized a captivating Inter-Class activity focused on exploring the biographies of Indian freedom fighters. The aim of this event was to educate and inspire students about the valiant efforts and sacrifices made by these remarkable individuals who played a pivotal role in India's struggle for independence from British colonial rule.
Each student delved into comprehensive research to craft insightful biographical presentations. The presentations were a splendid blend of storytelling, historical facts, and personal reflections. This not only enriched our understanding of the freedom fighters' lives but also provided a glimpse into the socio-political context of the times.
Some of the notable freedom fighters chosen by our peers included Mahatma Gandhi, Bhagat Singh, Subhas Chandra Bose, Rani Lakshmibai, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, Lal Bahadur Shastri.
The event was marked by enthusiastic participation from students across all classes. The atmosphere was charged with patriotism as each presenter shared anecdotes of sacrifice, courage, and determination. The audience, comprised of fellow students and teachers, was inspired by the tales of these historical icons and their unwavering commitment to India's freedom.
Some Glimpse of Ghee Bata Interhouse Competition
On Saturday, August 12th, the Interhouse Ghee Bata competition was organized. This local game is greatly enjoyed by students. Separate matches were held for boys and girls, and the girls' match was particularly entertaining due to some lively moments. There was strong competitiveness among all the houses, making it a thoroughly enjoyable event.
Himanshi Rajpurohit / XI
Importance of Independence Day
Every year on August 15th, Independence Day is celebrated across India. It was on this day in the year 1947 that India was declared independent from British Colonial rule. People remember the sacrifices of many freedom fighters who laid down their lives fighting for India's independence. To celebrate Independence Day, events are organized in schools and colleges across the country, where students deliver speeches on India's independence. As the 77th Independence Day approaches, students are preparing to deliver speeches that will make them feel proud and inspire others. Here are some short speech ideas for students to celebrate the Independence Day of our great country. On this day, we remember the brave souls who sacrificed their lives for our freedom, teaching us the values of unity in diversity and the progress that comes from a young mind. You have the power to shape our country's future through education, equality, and kindness. Embrace our cultural heritage while embracing modern ideas. Let's pledge to work together, break barriers, and build a better India. Happy Independence Day! Jai Hind!
Saraswati / IV
Creativity is not something that a person is born with, nor is it naturally present from birth. Your creativity depends on your surroundings, the society you are brought up in, your mindsets—how differently you can think from others—and the way you see the world, the people around you, and the things around you.
Have you ever wondered why kids are called creative? It's because they don't know about trends or goods; they tend to think differently from others, whether it's good or bad. They put forth their own perceptions in everything and are not afraid to share and show them to others. They show genuine interest in whatever they do. However, as grown-ups, we don't always feel confident enough to showcase something unique. Whatever we like, we try to copy it or at least mention something that's already been done.
Creativity is not a talent; it's a learning process to see things in a different way. It's not always necessary to create something entirely unique, but you can try to collect what has already been done and combine it in a way that no one else has before. Psychology says that only 22% of creativity can be inherited through genes.
You have to find your own creative field, practice it, and dedicate time to doing what excites you. You need to show it to others to receive feedback and improve yourself. Be passionate about it and simply shine. Even if it's not perfect, jot down four pages; maybe you'll find one good sentence in your work that you can call yours.
Just be yourself, do your own stuff, and maybe one day, your hard work and dedication will earn you the title of "creative."
Anushka Rajawat / XI
Picture a garden. You plant a tiny seed and take care of it. You give it water, sunlight, and attention. Over time, that seed grows into a beautiful plant. Success is a lot like that. It starts with an idea or a dream. You nurture it by setting goals and working hard. Each action you take is like giving water and sunlight to that dream. And as you keep going, your dream can grow into something amazing. Success isn't just about reaching a big goal. It's about the journey, the progress you make along the way. Sometimes, success means facing your fears. Imagine you're scared of heights, but you decide to try climbing a small hill. As you conquer that fear and reach the top, that's a success. Each time you step out of your comfort zone and try something new, you're moving toward success. Remember, success is personal. It's about what makes you happy and fulfilled. Maybe it's getting good grades in school, making new friends, or learning to play a musical instrument. Each person's puzzle of success is unique, and there's no one-size-fits-all answer. So, keep exploring, trying new things, and taking steps toward your dreams. And when you look back at all you've achieved, you'll see the beautiful picture of success that you've created, piece by piece. At last, I would like to end my words with a beautiful quote -"Success is a journey, not a destination"
Vinay Raj / XI 
Interview with Piyush Gehlot (Class 11)
Reporters/RP: Aaradhya Champawat and Tiya Sompura
RP: What do you find eccentric about Fabindia School?
Piyush: The concept of blocks is interesting, and our class has 5 corners, which integrates the light better compared to 4 corners where the light might fall on someone. The best part about the school is its emphasis on sports as well.
RP: What are your aspirations for the future?
Piyush: Although I haven't made concrete plans, I aim to pursue an MBA at IIM Ahmedabad, considering it's a premier college and many companies hire their employees from there.
RP: Did you encounter any challenges when you first joined the school?
Piyush: During my initial days at the school, since it was new to me, I faced a few challenges. Meeting new teachers and students made me hesitant to ask questions or initiate conversations. It took around 15 days to become familiar with the class.
RP: How do you perceive the school's environment?
Piyush: One aspect I truly enjoy about the school is its location away from the town's chaos. The presence of different blocks requires some movement, and although there are mosquitoes, the students are well-behaved. Unlike my experiences in other schools, here the girls are friendly and not reserved around the boys.
RP: Who are the individuals you admire the most in the school?
Piyush: I have two favorites: an educator and a classmate. Vinod Sir is my preferred teacher due to his effective teaching style and attention to every student. Additionally, Anshuman, my classmate, stands out for his sarcasm, intellectual approach, and entertaining jokes.
Interview with Monu Khan Sir
(MKS:- Monu Khan Sir)
(Reporters/RP : Aaradhya Champawat and Tiya Sompura)
RP: What was your motive for learning dance?
MKS: From a very young age, I was fascinated by dance and loved the movements of the body while dancing. It also helped me reduce stress.
RP: At what age did you start learning dance?
MKS: I started learning dance at the age of 12 from the FFD group Pali. My teacher, Dharmesh, has always been a great inspiration to me.
RP: What is your favorite dance form?
MKS: My favorite dance form is bone-breaking, as it is very energetic and I love its movements.
RP: Did you face any hardships when you first came to the school?
MKS: I didn't face any hardships when I first came to Fabindia because I had heard a lot about the school. The staff and the principal are also good, and I decided 3 years ago that I would go and teach at that school.
RP: How do you like the school environment?
MKS: I like the school in many ways. The school offers many co-curricular activities and focuses on the talents of the children. It also has many plants, connecting it with nature, which is the best part about the school.
RP: How do you enjoy the company of the children?
MKS: The thing I like the most about the children is that they're polite towards me and are always curious to learn new skills. I love their company.
Info of the week
Our school is organizing an inter-house skit competition. All the houses are diligently preparing for the competition with the theme of freedom fighters. The students are filled with excitement as they have been given the opportunity to represent the great individuals who fought for our freedom.
1. Why didn't the quarter roll down the hill with the nickel?
   Because it had more cents.
2. Why did the little girl hit her birthday cake with a hammer?
   It was a pound cake.
3. What do cakes and baseball teams have in common?
   They both need a good batter.
4. What do you say to a rabbit on its birthday?
   Hoppy Birthday.
5. What is brown, hairy, and wearing sunglasses?
   A coconut on vacation.

Chief Editors : Jaya Bawal , Ridhima Ojha.
Supervisor: Prachi Kunwar, Anshuman Singh.
Interview Reporters: Prachi Kunwar, Mohita Solanki, Tiya Sompura, Aaradhya Champawat.
Event Reporters: Jeenal Meena, Himanshi Rajpurohit, Abhilasha Mansion, Rashi Jain, Aayush Choudhary.
Photographers: Tanya Tripash, Tammana Solanki, Yashoda Choudhary, Pushpa.
Articles: Anushka Rajawat, Anshuman Singh.
Fun Facts / Riddles / Jokes: Vanshika Singh, Yashi Soni, Bhumika Rao.
Info. of the Week: Hetal Vaishna, Priya Vaishnav, Bineeta Sonigra.
Educators in support: Ms. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Ms. Prerna Rathod  Ms.Khushi Rao, Ms. Shivani Rao, and Ms. Richa Solanki.

Volume No. 562 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary,  Ms. Tejal Soni.            

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