Registration for admissions from Pre-Nursery to Class – IX for the session 2023-24 will open from December 03, 2022 for limited seats. Registration Forms will be available online and in the school office between 09:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.
Since 1949, 7th December is observed as the Armed Forces Flag Day throughout the country to honor the martyrs and the men in uniform who valiantly fought on our borders to safeguard the country's honor. There cannot be a nobler cause than laying down ones life for the country. At the same time, our admiration for the martyrs should not mean that we have little time for the living heroes who were wounded while doing their duty towards their motherland or their widows and children whom they left behind to fend for themselves.
Government measures at the Centre and the State level alone are inadequate to provide support to the disabled, non-pensioner, old and infirm ESM, their families, war widows and orphaned children. It, therefore, becomes the collective responsibility of each citizen to make his/her unstinted and voluntary contribution towards providing care, support, rehabilitation and financial help to them.
We request you to kindly contribute to this noble cause by depositing a minimum of ₹ 20/- with the class teacher of your child.
The Indian National Flag is a symbol of national pride for the entire nation. To further honour the national flag, Govt. of India has planned Har Ghar Tiranga program under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav activities. It envisages inspiring Indians everywhere to hoist the national flag. The idea behind the initiative is to invoke the feeling of patriotism in the hearts of the citizens and promote awareness about our national flag.
In view of above, you are requested to hoist national flag at your homes during the independence week to promote the feeling of patriotism. A dedicated website https://harghartiranga.com/ has been created for uploading of selfies with Tiranga.
CBSE Reading Mission
The ability to read is a super power, and the opportunity to experience reading for pleasure is one of the most significant gift that we can give to children. Research shows the role that stories play in children’s language development, and in nurturing their mental and emotional wellbeing. Reading with fluency and comprehension helps children build the critical foundational skills they need for becoming lifelong learners.
The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 emphasizes the importance of well-stocked school libraries and digital libraries to attain the goal of foundational literacy for all children by the year 2025. It recommends making quality children's literature available in all local languages to build a culture of reading across the country.
Stories and reading are an important part of a child’s growth and development. Reading encourages children to build vocabulary, derive connections between stories and their own lives, and understand how different people think about different things. Children who read are able to think more, are able to express themselves more freely, and become independent learners.
With this in mind, the Central Board of Secondary Education, in partnership with Pratham Books’ StoryWeaver and supported by the Central Square Foundation, are delighted to announce the launch of the CBSE Reading Mission, aimed at introducing students to the joy of reading.
The Reading Mission is a two-year-long initiative. Under the Reading Mission, CBSE schools will have access to a large repository of openly licensed high-quality children’s literature via the Pratham Books Reading Programme, available for free in English and Hindi on StoryWeaver. The Reading Programme offers many beautifully illustrated multilingual age-appropriate storybooks that provide a rich reading experience to all children, cutting across geographic, economic, social and cultural divides. The books are organised grade-wise and thematically, and are accompanied by discussion ideas and activities that can be conducted online, in-classroom or at home.
In this regard, parents are requested to create a joyful reading environment at home as well, read the weekly storybooks together with your child and involve them in the at-home activities whenever possible.
Come, join us in nurturing the next generation of readers and learners!
For Emergent Readers (Pre Primary): https://storyweaver.org.in/stories?level=5&sort=Ratings
Writing Competition on Life and Message of Guru Tegh Bahadur
The Ministry of Education (MOE), Government of India, is glad to announce an essay competition for wider participation of students studying in schools in India both at the Secondary (Classes IX-XII) stages on the theme, ‘Life and Message of Guru Tegh Bahadur’, on the occasion of the celebration of the 400th Prakash Parv of the 9th Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Tegh Bahadur.
This is an auspicious occasion for all citizens of India and especially so for the school-going children to remember the heroic life of the great Sikh Guru and his message for the whole humankind. The Guru advocated for to respecting all faiths and living in peace and mutual harmony.
The life and message of Guru Tegh Bahadur reinforces our commitment to not only work towards the goal of having a socially harmonious and economically strong nation that is rooted in its age-old culture of sarve dharma samabhava but also spread it all across the world for a better future for the humankind.
The Themes are given below:
Specific Themes on Guru Teg Bahadur:
Words Limit for Essays
Languages for the Essays
Essays must be written either in Hindi or in English
Mode of submission
The last date of submission is 31st May 2022.
A Heat Wave is a period of abnormally high temperatures, more than the normal maximum temperature that occurs during the summer season in the North-Western parts of India. Heat Waves typically occur between March and June, and in some rare cases even extend till July. The extreme temperatures and resultant atmospheric conditions adversely affect people living in these regions as they cause physiological stress.
Health Impacts of Heat Waves
The health impacts of Heat Waves typically involve dehydration, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and/or heat stroke. The signs and symptoms are as follows:
Heat waves can cause adverse effects on human health, including other sectors. The Health Ministry has suggested the Dos and Don’ts for the citizens to follow.
Recover and Build
If you think someone is suffering from the heat:
National Mission for Clean Ganga, Ministry of Jal Shakti in association with Tree Craze Foundation has been annually organizing the Ganga Quest - an online national quiz on rejuvenation of Ganga and its tributaries, water conservation, ecological sustainability and other related subjects for engaging youth and school children aimed to build public awareness and ensure people’s involvement in the ‘Namami Gange Mission’.
The fourth edition of the Ganga Quest for the age group above 10 years is scheduled to commence from 07.04.2022 (World Health Day) and conclude on 22.05.2022 (International Day for Biological Diversity). Registrations on the website (www.clap4ganga.com) are open for national and international participants. The winners of the quiz will be announced on 05.06.2022 (World Environment Day) and will be awarded with exciting prizes. The schools with highest participation will also be duly recognized.
All details regarding the Ganga Quest (2022) are available at www.clap4ganga.com and queries may be sent at firstname.lastname@example.org