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अंतर्राष्ट्रीय कलाकार दिवस
25 अक्टूबर 2023 को हमारे विद्यालय में अंतर्राष्ट्रीय कलाकार दिवस के उपलक्ष में एक कला प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें प्राथमिक तथा उच्च प्राथमिक विभाग के विद्यार्थियों ने रुचि पूर्वक अपनी कलात्मकता एवं ज्ञान के आधार पर अपनी कला को प्रदर्शित किया। इस प्रतियोगिता के विषय कक्षावार दिए गए। प्रतियोगिता का उद्देश्य छात्रों में रचनात्मक क्षमता और कौशल विकसित करना रहा।
विद्यालय की शनिवारीय प्रार्थना सभा में दोनों विभाग (प्राथमिक तथा उच्च प्राथमिक) में हाउस वाइज सामान्य ज्ञान प्रतियोगिता रखी गई जिसमें उच्च प्राथमिक विभाग में रमन हाउस ने प्रथम स्थान प्राप्त किया। इसी के साथ प्रार्थना सभा में ही नैतिक मूल्यों पर चर्चा की गई जिसका विषय सच्चाई और ईमानदारी था। इसमें विद्यार्थियों ने अपने ज्ञान एवं समझ का प्रयोग करते हुए, कहानियों के माध्यम से अपने विचार साझा किये।
On October 28th, a significant event took place at our school premises in the LKG classroom, bringing together a vital triad of participants: parents, LKG students, and dedicated teachers. This event, known as the Parent-Teacher Meeting (PTM), served as a platform for open dialogue and reflection on the children's progress. The central theme of the classroom discussion was the cultivation of good habits and manners.
What set this PTM apart was the active participation of the students. Their enthusiasm and eagerness were palpable as teachers posed questions and students responded with zeal. Parents, on the other hand, had a unique opportunity to observe how their children behaved in a classroom setting and actively engage in the educational process.
One of the highlights of the event was a small yet engaging game called "Pick the Teddy Bear." This game, in addition to being fun, played a crucial role in enhancing the coordination of children's eyes, ears, and hands. It also contributed to the development of their listening and concentration skills, underscoring the holistic approach to education.
The result of this well-organized PTM was unequivocally successful. It not only fostered a stronger connection between parents and the school but also imparted valuable knowledge about the significance of good habits for the overall well-being and future success of the students.
Parents - Teachers Meeting - Nursery
PTM was organized on 28th October for the Nursery class. The PTM was based on the concept of classroom conversations. The students were very excited during the conversations. They talked about different animals, what is tall and short, different colors, and things of that color. They also recited poems in groups. Parents also did painting with their child. During the PTM, parents observed how their child interacted and spoke confidently in public. After that, worksheets were distributed to parents, and we had a fruitful discussion on the child's progress.
Jyotsana Mali / Educator
Parents - Teachers Meeting - LKG
The PTM was conducted on 28th October for class LKG. The PTM was conducive and provided a nice forum to reflect upon our child's progress and address any queries. The topic of classroom conversation was 'Good Habits and Manners.' During the conversation, students actively participated and were excited when the teacher asked questions and they provided answers. During this PTM, parents observed how their child behaved and actively took part in classroom conversations. Students gained knowledge about good habits, which are essential for their healthy life. In between, we organized a small game called 'Pick the Teddy Bear,' in which both students and parents participated. This game helps improve a child's eye-hand coordination, listening power, and concentration. The PTM was successful.
Dimple Kunwar / Educator
मेरा पसंदीदा त्योहार दीपावली
दीपावली रोशनी का त्योहार है l दीपावली का पर्व बुराई पर अच्छाई की विजय का प्रतीक है। दीपावली का त्योहार कार्तिक महीने की अमावस्या को मनाया जाता है। इस दिन श्री राम अपना चौहद वर्ष का वनवास पूरा कर अयोध्या अपने घर लौटे थे। यह त्योहार धनतेरस से लेकर भाई दूज तक पाँच दिन चलता है इस दिन सभी लोग अपने घरों में श्री गणेश जी ,माता लक्ष्मी ,माँ सरस्वती की पूजा करते हैं। इस दिन लोग अपने घरों में दीप जलाकर खुशियाँ मनाते हैं। पूजा के बाद सभी अपने बड़ों का आशीर्वाद लेते हैंl बच्चे पटाखे फोड़ते हैं, मिठाइयाँ खाते हैं। एक दूसरे के घर जाते हैं शुभकामनाएँ देते हैं। दिवाली का त्योहार अंधकार पर प्रकाश की विजय का संदेश देता है। दिवाली का त्योहार मुझे बहुत पसंद है।
हृदय राज सोलंकी / III
Honesty is abiding by rules and regulations, maintaining discipline, behaving well, speaking the truth, being punctual, and helping others sincerely. Being honest helps a person gain the trust of those in their surroundings, experience happiness, receive blessings from a higher power, and much more.
Honesty means speaking and telling the truth. A person who is honest will always stand for the truth, no matter the circumstances they face. Honesty is one of the most important values a person should possess because it defines their personality and elaborates on their attitude. If a person is honest, they will automatically earn respect.
Harshil Dave / IV
ईमानदारी का किस्सा – अकबर बीरबल
एक दिन एक आदमी को सड़़क पर एक पोटली मिला। वह आदमी बहुत ही ईमानदार था। वह तुरंत दौड़़कर बादशाह अकबर के दरबार में पहुंचा। वहाॅं जाकर उसने बादशाह से कहा कि मुझे ये सड़़क पर मिली, न जाने किसी की गिर गयी होगी।उसी दरबार में एक आदमी आया, जो आकर यह बोला की महाराज मेरी सोने के सिक्कों की पोटली किसी ने चोरी कर ली हैं। तभी बीरबल ने उस पोटली को उठा कर कहा कहीं आपकी पोटली यह तो नहीं हैं। उस आदमी ने उस पोटली को हाथ में लेकर सोने के सिक्के गिनकर बोले जहापनाह इसमें पचास मुद्राएँ कम हैं।
बीरबल थोड़े़ हैरान हुए और पोटली को वापस ले लिया और उस पोटली को वापस उस आदमी को थमा दिया जिसको यह सड़़क पर मिली थी।
बीरबल ने कहा शायद यह पोटली आपकी नहीं हैं। जब कभी आपकी पोटली दरबार में पहुंचेगी, आपको सूचित कर दिया जायेगा।तब तक आप इंतज़ार कीजिये। वह आदमी वहाॅं से चला गया और उसको अपनी गलती का बहुत पछतावा हुआ।
शिक्षा-ईमानदारी हमेशा पुरस्कृत करती है।
सिमरन सोनी / VIII
Dussehra is the most auspicious festival celebrated by Hindus across India. This festival is also known as Vijayadashami in some parts of the country. According to Hindu mythology, it is believed that on this day, Goddess Durga eliminated the demon Mahishasura from the earth. Dussehra symbolizes Lord Ram's victory over the demon King Ravana, signifying the victory of the power of good over evil. To enjoy the festival, people enact the battle through skits and plays in a dramatic form, which is called Ram-Leela. In North India, people perform Ram-Leela by burning huge, life-size effigies of demon Ravana and his brothers. They fill those effigies with explosives and aim an arrow with fire, resulting in splendid fireworks and stunning visuals. Dussehra teaches us an important lesson: that good always triumphs over evil and the importance of righteousness and integrity in our lives.
Rashi Jain / X
Frivolous expressions and musings of childhood may seem trivial to all of us now. But those halcyon laughs and seraphic adventures will never come back. Childhood, although ephemeral, is full of ebullience. A seed always yearns to become a tree and reaches its goal, but the tree itself may never become a seed again. Its cries are never answered. Now, I can only reminisce about the incandescent days of summer when my friends and I would gather and march through our village with not a care in the world. We would meander through the streets and run toward anything that seemed even remotely interesting. For us, we were the kings of our village, looking upon our kingdom, and our chariots were our bicycles. There are not enough words in the English language for me to describe my childhood tales. My emotions far exceed the words I can use to express them. As Jean-Jacques Rousseau famously remarked, “Childhood is the sleep of reason.”
Anshuman Singh / XI
Overthinking is like having too many thoughts in your head. It's when you keep worrying and questioning things too much. It can make you feel anxious and tired. But, it's important to know that not everything needs so much thinking. Sometimes, it's better to trust your gut feeling and relax. Life becomes much easier when you don't overthink everything. So, try to enjoy the present moment without too many thoughts, and you'll find more peace and happiness in your everyday life. At last I would like to end this with a beautiful quote -"Overthinking is like trying to solve an unsolvable puzzle with missing pieces. Sometimes, the best solution is to step back, accept the mystery, and let life's beauty unfold on its own terms."
Vinay Raj / XI
Art Integration Project - English
Class XI science students recently concluded an Art Integration Project, creatively presenting Nagaland and Rajasthan's art, culture, jewelry, and deities via an engaging PowerPoint presentation. This unique experience significantly bolstered their confidence and equipped them with crucial presentation skills, enhancing their self-expression capabilities. The project allowed students to explore the rich traditions of Nagaland and Rajasthan, deepening their appreciation for the artistry, craftsmanship, and spirituality within these cultures. Overall, the Art Integration Project broadened their horizons and prepared them with vital communication and presentation skills for future pursuits.
Tejal Soni / HOD English
Interview with Jiyaraje Chouhan (Teresa House Vice Captain)
(JCN: Jiyaraje Chouhan)
(RP/Reporter: Mohita Solanki)
RP: What challenges have you faced since becoming Vice House Captain?
JCN: Since taking on the role of Vice House Captain, I have encountered a series of formidable challenges. These challenges primarily revolve around the persistent self-doubt that lingers within me, questioning my capacity for patience, responsibility, discipline, and competence.
RP: What message do you have for your juniors?
JCN: The message I wish to impart to my juniors is a poignant one: refrain from excessive rumination about the future and, most importantly, persevere tenaciously until every challenge is resolved.
RP: What inspired you to become a House Captain?
JCN: The inspiration driving my desire to become a House Captain is the profound motivation to conquer my self-doubt, transforming it into unwavering self-trust.
Interview with Avinash Sharma (Entrepreneur and Career Counselor)
(Reporter: Ridhima Ojha)
RP: Introduce yourself, including your qualifications.
ASA: My name is Avinash Sharma. I hold a B.Tech and LLB degree, and I'm also a student of Clinical Psychology. As I've pursued various fields, I've gained diverse experiences. More than anything, I seek to continuously expand my knowledge. Currently, I have been working in the waste management industry for half a decade.
RP: What has been your journey until now?
ASA: I had a desire to achieve many things in a short span of time. My journey began as a salesman at ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation). I aspire to create a global village and make it the best village ever. My life's goal is to leave this planet in a slightly better condition than I found it.
RP: What is the main quality you believe an entrepreneur should possess?
ASA: The main quality, in my opinion, is consistency and, more importantly, persistence. These two qualities can lead to a successful journey.
RP: What are your thoughts on how AI will impact the future?
ASA: Many people perceive AI in a negative light, but I believe it's going to be amazing and fabulous. Consider that AI can create something if it's given a model to create. However, creativity is something that AI cannot possess, and humans have the wildest creativity. It can never imitate this level of creativity, but we must be ready to adapt to the changes.
1.What 5-letter word typed in all capital letters can be read the same upside down?
2.The more you take, the more you leave behind. What am I?
3.David's father has three sons: Snap, Crackle, and _____?
4.What is more useful when it is broken?
A: An egg.
5.am easy to lift, but hard to throw. What am I?
A: A feather.
1.Australia is wider than the moon.
2.Headphones can increase the bacteria in your ears.
3.Scotland chose the unicorn as its national animal.
4.Avocados are not vegetables.
5.The Eiffel Tower gets taller in the summer.
1.What time is it when the clock strikes 13?
Time to get a new clock.
2.Why can’t Elsa from Frozen have a balloon?
Because she will "let it go, let it go."
3.Why do candles always go on the top of cakes?
Because it's hard to light them from the bottom.
4.What is a monster’s favorite dessert?
5.What falls at the North Pole and never gets hurt?
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, Rashi Jain
Photographers: Tanya Tripash, Tammana Solanki, Yashoda Choudhary, Pushpa Choudhary, Ashwin Pratap Singh
Article: Anushka Rajawat, Anshuman Singh, Piyush Gehlot, Vinay Raj Singh
Fun facts/Riddles/ Jokes: Vanshika Singh, Yashi Soni, Bhumika Rathore
Info. Of the week: Hetal Vaishnav, Priya Vaishnav, Abhilasha Mansion
Social Media Coverage: Ms. Nikita Rajpurohit
Educators in support: Ms. Bharti Rao, Mr. Krishan Gopal, Ms. Prerna Rathod Ms.Khushi Rao, Ms. Shivani Rao, and Ms. Richa Solanki.
Volume No. 570 Published by The Editorial Board: Mr. Jitendra Suthar, Ms. Jyoti Sain, Mr. Chatra Ram Choudhary, Ms. Tejal Soni.