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Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Asset Summer Program - Orientation Workshop


Sri Venkateshwar International School was felicitated for its exceptional result in ASSET Talent Search 2017 -18. Out of 2,50,000 students from different schools of India, 12 gifted minds from Sri Venkateshwar International School were selected for their exemplary performance in ASSET Talent Search 2017. Parents of these students were called for Asset Summer Programme Orientation Workship on February 07, 2018 at school premises, which was conducted by the experts of Asset Talent Search 2017. School was also awarded for an outstanding result in this national benchmarking exam.

ASSET Summer Programme is a tailored - designed platform, offered to the gifted minds of the country. The lecture enlightened the parents and students about a 3-week residential programme which will be held at Manipal University in Karnataka from May 13, 2018 to June 02, 2018. The highlights of the lecture included discussion of all the 11 courses being offered to the students to enhance their thinking and cognitive skills. The experts also mentioned that the objective of this programme is to engage and stimulate the Gifted Child's mind as well as to build core skills and competencies required to succeed in the 21st century. The courses offered covers a diverse range of advanced topics that will allow students to accelerate their growth and build a network of like-minded peers.

ATS scholars were also felicitated with a book and a badge for their commendable performance. The school principal, Ms Nita Arora, congratulated the parents for their ward's brilliant achievement. She also shared her vision for the Summer Residential Programme as she believes that the content of this workshop will definitely help the students to gain hands on experience in domains of science, engineering, mathematics and technology. The eligibility of students in a particular course depends on their individual score in ATS, which was scientifically assessed and analysed. Parents also heartily participated by offering their valuable insights and posed their queries, which were addressed by the experts from the ASSET team.

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Monday, February 19, 2018

उम्मीद का दामन या कला की उत्कृष्टता


एक कलाकार के लिए सबसे ज़रूरी है उसके भावों का उर्वर होना। रंगों और तूलिका के सहारे कैनवास पर उकेरे गए भाव बार बार कुछ कहना चाहते हैं, एक आस की डोर और उससे बंधे अनगिनत सपने, निरंतर ऊर्जा देते हैं जीवन जीने की उद्दाम इच्छा को।

कलाकार अंजली की इस कलाकृति में अनंत, गहन अँधेरों से झाँकती किरणें और विस्तार में फैलती आभा नरम सूखी नरम हथेलियों को नए जीवन का संदेश देती जान पड़ती हैं। आसपास का अंधेरा लेकिन रंगों की दस्तक कई बार अंधेरे के के भ्रम की चरती हुई जान पड़ती है। कहने को यह मात्र एक कलाकृति हो सकती है लेकिन भावों के धरातल पर अपने आप में एक जीवन संगीत समेटे हुये है।

कलाकार अंजली के कलात्मक सफर की बात की जाए तो अंजली ने दिल्ली के त्रिवेणी कला संगम से कला की बारीकियाँ सीखी हैं। इसके अलावा राजधानी दिल्ली की प्रतिष्ठित कला दीर्घाओं में अब तक अपनी तमाम कलाकृतियों का प्रदर्शन कर चुकी हैं जिनमें से आइफैक्स, प्यारेलाल भवन और गांधी आर्ट गैलरी प्रमुख हैं। अभी हाल ही में उनकी कलाकृतियाँ इन्दिरा गांधी राष्ट्रीय कला केंद्र में आयोजित कला मेले में भी दर्शायी गई जिन्हें कलाप्रेमियों के द्वारा भरपूर सराहा गया।

राष्ट्रीय किसान मजदूर महासंघ द्वारा शांतिपूर्ण पद यात्रा


19 फरवरी, 2018 नई दिल्ली: देश के विभिन्न प्रदेशों के 65 किसान संगठनों द्वारा दिनांक 10, 11, 12 जनवरी 2018 भोपाल मध्य प्रदेश में आयोजित प्रथम अधिवेशन में केवल दो मांगों का प्रस्ताव सर्व सम्मति से पास किया गया था.

ये दो मांगे आज राष्ट्रीय स्तर पर किसानों की मुख्य मांगे बन चुकी हैं.

भारतीय जनता पार्टी ने लोक सभा चुनाव में जारी घोषणा पत्र में तथा माननीय प्रधानमंत्री जी ने प्रमुखता के साथ अपने भाषणों में प्रचारित किया था.
इस प्रचार के आधार पर देश के किसानों ने बड़ी उम्मीद के साथ चुनाव में बीजेपी को सहयोग किया था.

प्रमुख मांगे:

१. देश के किसानों को उनकी लागत का डेढ गुणा लाभकारी मूल्य दिया जाए. तथा सभी प्रकार की फसलों को निर्धारित समर्थन मूल्य पर क्रय करने की गारन्टी का कानून बनाया जाए.
स्वामीनाथन आयोग की रिपोर्ट लागु की जाए.

२. देश के समस्त किसानों को ऋण मुक्त किया जाए. देश के उद्योगपतियों को कर्ज माफ़ किया जा सकता है तो किसानों को क्यों नहीं किया जा सकता.

किसानों ने देश को उत्पादन दिया है सरकार की गलत नीतियों के कारण हम कर्जदार हुए हैं. किसानों की बड़े पैमाने पर आत्महत्याएं तथा उनमें लगातार वृद्धि देश के माथे पर कलंक है.

उपरोक्त दो प्रमुख मांगों को लेकर, राष्ट्रीय किसान महासंघ द्वारा, पूर्व में अनेक राष्ट्रव्यापी आन्दोलन किए जा रहे हैं इसी सन्दर्भ में दिनांक 23 फरवरी, 2018 को दिल्ली घेराव का आह्वान किया गया है.

३. पंजाब के किसान ट्रेक्टरों से राजस्थान के किसान वाहनों से, दक्षिण भारत तथा छत्तीसगढ़ के किसान अपनी राजधानियों में घेरा डालो, डेरा डालो कार्यक्रम आयोजित करेंगे.

पद यात्रा- 20 फरवरी 2018 मध्य प्रदेश के किसान के साथ जम्मू कश्मीर, केरल, कर्नाटक, तमिलनाडु के किसान दिनांक 20 फरवरी, 2018 (पलवल) पृथला से 12 बजे पद यात्रा प्रारम्भ करेंगे.

किसान पद यात्रा

१. दिनांक 19 फरवरी, को पलवल, कृषि उपज मंडी
२. दिनांक 20 फरवरी, पृथला दोपहर 12 बजे यात्रा का विधिवत प्रारम्भ की जाएगी

माननीय यशवन्त जी, पूर्व वित् मंत्री भारत सरकार माननीय कर्नल देवेन्द्र सेहरावत विधायक दिल्ली, माननीय अधिवक्ता अशोक अरोड़ा-पूर्व सचिव सुप्रीम कोर्ट बार एसोसिएशन तथ जैविक भारत मिशन के संस्थापक एवं जनक आर.के. अत्री के द्वारा हरा झंडा दिखाकर पद यात्रा का शुभारम्भ किया जाएगा.

दिनांक 20 फरवरी बल्लभगढ़ कृषि उपज मंडी में रात्रि विश्राम
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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Press Conference by Rashtriya Kisan Majdoor Mahasangh




Why A Boarding School? And How to prepare your child for it?


Dr. Rishi Khurana
Principal
Shanti Gyan International Sr. Sec. Boarding School,
Goyla,Nr. Sec-19 Dwarka

There are many reasons for parents and children to choose residential schools such as: -

· Better Education/High Academic Standards
· Better at Meeting Personalized Needs (tutors, sports, extra-curricular)
· Better Preparation for University
· Physically and Emotionally Safe Learning Environments
· More character, morals and values
· A well-rounded education

Normal day schools have often been criticized as elitist, class-conscious in a nominally class-less society, where those who could afford to pay the fees sent their children to meet others of the same class and values and to make contacts to serve them for the rest of their lives. This emphasis is intended to leaven the mixture of students and spread the effects of a day school education throughout the society.

During a period of rapid change in education, some parents are concerned at the values and ethics to which their children are being exposed. By choosing a day school, they may be able to select more directly the qualities they prefer for their children's environment. Discipline and academic achievement are often emphasized in day schools and combined with athletic and artistic endeavours to fulfill a more traditional curriculum. A residential school will also focus on the need for inter-dependence and social skills to allow faculty and students to live together in harmony, acknowledging the needs of ethers in a more or less protected setting.

Residential schools have often been the academic choice for families who are mobile, either because adequate education doesn't exist in their present location, or because educational and psychological continuity that increases in importance as children mature may be compromised if the family re-locates. For some of these young people, the school becomes their most stable physical environment, since if the family moves, the central element of 'home' has changed. Visiting the family in the new environment is important, but some allegiance will have been transferred if adaptation to the school has taken place.

Some of the students at any residential school will be there because of problems, either within their families, with society or in academic subjects. Each school will deal with these issues in its individual way; some schools specialize in helping children with their difficulties, and some rely on a tightly structured environment and low teacher-student ratio to keep problems under control.

In examining a school it is essential to be open in discussing your reasons for looking for a new educational environment, since the right school for the child must rely on a 'good fit' to be successful.
Tips for Preparing Children for the Boarding School

Remember that going to boarding school is a major transition—for the child and the family. Learn all you can about the skills needed to handle other transitions in life successfully and seek to apply them when facing the transition to boarding school.

Be sensitive to the individual needs of your children. Children are not all ready at the same age to face separation from parents. If one of your children seems particularly insecure and fearful of the separation, investigate other options for that child’s education to allow for additional maturity. A year or two delay may prevent many years of difficulty later.

Get as much information as possible about the boarding school before sending your children. Find out about its purpose, philosophy, discipline, rules, the expectations/privileges/restrictions for you as parents. If you don’t understand something, seek clarification from appropriate sources. Prefer schools which are exclusively boarding as there will be no any discrimination among day scholars and boarders.

If at all possible, visit the boarding school and meet the boarding home parents with your children before you have to leave them there. This will give you, as a family, an opportunity to talk specifically about what it might be like for your children to go there, and they will be able to go to a place that is at least somewhat familiar. You as parents will also be able to visualize your children in their setting when they are away from you. All of these things make it easier to maintain a sense of being “connected” even when you are physically separated.

Talk about the boarding school experience well in advance—be realistic about what will be enjoyable and what will probably be difficult. Express your feelings honestly, and encourage your children to do so as well—without trying to talk them out of feeling the way they do or telling them they shouldn’t feel a certain way.

When your children go to boarding school, allow them to take along some reminders of “home” that are meaningful to them—family pictures, favorite toys or books, pictures to hang, a special pillow or blanket.

Provide your children with some tangible reminder of your love to take along to the boarding school. Affirm your love to them and be sure they understand—and feel—that you are not sending them away because they are a bother to you or keep you from doing things that are more important to you than they are.

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