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Monday, January 22, 2018

National Art workshop by Art Devil


THEATER IN TEACHING: MY EXPERIENCE AS A TEACHER


Prof. Prasannanshu
National Law University, New Delhi

Teaching and learning are naturally a joyful process. However, many a time, we as teachers fail to preserve this nature of education, and somehow succeed in making it a burden if not punishment. I am reminded of Tagore’s following words, ‘Thus the greatest of educations for which we came prepared is neglected, and we are made to lose our world to find a bagful of information instead. We rob the child of his... (Full article in Education Hub Magazine)


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ISA PROJECT 3—Rhythmic Beats & Twirls Inter House International Dance Competition

N.K.Bagrodia Public School Organised Inter House International Group Dance Competition under ISA Project 3 --Rhythmic Beats & Twirls on January 19th. The Event was graced by Ms Archana Narain ,Principal,The Indian Heights School as Chief Guest & Ms Jayshree Navani ,Head of School, N.K.Bagrodia Global School. 

The event started with a melodious group song in English spreading the ,message of Peace & love. The participants showcased the dazzling dance Performance of the covered countries covered for the ISA Project—USA, Spain, France & Nepal. Each team consisted of 12-14 performers & they were all dressed up in glittering outfits of their representing countries. The judging criterias were Presentation, Co ordination, Selection of the Song & Costume. Each team performed their best & gave a glimpse of their respective countries through different dance forms for a while. Each group presented a short introduction of the covered countries highlighting the special features & the cultural heritage of their chosen country .The First place was bagged by team B which represented Spain followed by Team D representing Nepal & Team C representing France with Second & Third position respectively. The Honourable guests appreciated the team efforts & the sparkling dance performances of all the four teams. They instructed the students to learn & appreciate the culture of the different countries which is the key idea & objective of ISA. It is rightly said “Hard Work is the key to success.” So, all the sincere efforts and hard work put in by the students under the guidance of Project head and associate teachers resulted in a stunning performance. It was a great celebration of life through performing arts. The international dimensions through dance forms of various chosen countries were appreciated by everyone.

Moulding Digital Generation into global leaders with Human Values

Dr. (Mrs) Rajee N Kumar 
Principal
N.K.Bagrodia Public School, Dwarka

As an educationist, through this eternal journey in pursuit of educational excellence, we encourage the students to bear a great sense of belongingness, responsibility and compassion for the fellow human beings. We believe that, children are born with innate talents and potential, which just needs to be chiseled with the investment of motivation and guidance to bring their shimmering qualities to the fore.

With advancement in science every year, new technology renders the latest gadgets obsolete. Nothing is permanent and change is...
(Full article in Education Hub Magazine)

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Giraffe Heroes India invites nominations from all over India




The Giraffe Heroes India Program

A Giraffe Hero is a person who sticks his or her neck out on sustainable basis, for public good, at huge personal risk. Giraffe Heroes India Program is an off-shoot of non-profit Giraffe Heroes Project which was started in USA in 1984, by Ann Medlock. The aim of starting this Project was to find out unknown heroes of the society, commend them as Giraffes for sticking their necks out & get their stories told on radio, television & in print. Giraffe stories would tell the people that there was headway being made on the problems of the world, that there were individuals who had solutions & the courage to move into action. The stories would move people`s souls & get them moving on public problems that mattered to them.


Some days back, a brief write up, about Giraffe Heroes India Programme (GHIP) was published in Dwarka Parichay, our media associate.
This Programme, as some of the readers may recall, is about throwing light on UNSUNG HEROES of INDIA.
How it is done?
Details about it (criteria for giraffedom,nomination form,et al) are available at
www.giraffe.org/global/india

GHIP is an associate of Giraffe Heroes Project of US.


May I invite all the readers to visit the website & thereafter send nominations of deserving candidates.

A jury consisting of eminent persons will appraise the recd nominations & then recommend COMMENDING the Giraffe Heroes


Vijay K. Saluja
DIRECTOR
GHIP
saluvk@gmail.com


National Group Exhibition by Art Devil


Happy Saraswati Puja


Sunday, January 21, 2018

UTTARAKHAND U15 NATIONAL TEAM PARTICIPATING SSPF INDIA CUP 2017

School sports prmotiong foundation organized National Talent Search & Nurture Football Nationals U 15 INDIA CUP 2017-18 starting from 29th January to 31 January 2018 in SUREVIN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL, MODINAGAR, Uttar pradesh. Uttarakhand schools 23 Players has been selected for the Camp , camp will be starting from 23 January to 27th January 2018 in Shivalik Academy ,Raja Wala, Dehradun Uttarakhand. SSPF State Coordinator/Head Coach has been appointed Uttarakhand Coach Rahul Sethwal, Assistant Coach Pramod Negi, Manager Aman Jakhmola.


After camp 18 Players will be selected for final. Team will departure on 28th January early morning for Modinagar, Uttar Pradesh. List of 23 Selected Players - Abhinav Bisht, Pratham Rawat, dishan Negi, Jatin Bajaj, Ujjwal Bora, Rahul Karki, Vipul Thapa, diwan Singh Rawat, Hritik Bajaj, Vivek Singh, Satyam, Shiva, Neema, Kartik Mall, Krishagara Taneja, Sahil Khan, Adarsh Chaudhary, Suraj, Priyanshu Bisht, Rishab Tomar, Vivke Singh Dobriyal, Yash Chadhary, Rahul Singh.

National Group Exhibition by Art Devil


Saturday, January 20, 2018

Workshop held on Standard Hindi Script and its Implication on Indigenous and Endangered Languages


The Centre for Study and Research in Indigenous and Endangered Languages (IEL), National Law University, Delhi hosted a one-day Workshop on Standard Hindi Script and its Implications on Indigenous and Endangered Languages on 17 January 2018. Prof. Prasannanshu, the Coordinator of the research programme, chaired the workshop, and along with Dr. Ashok Lav, a senior academic, conducted the session. 

The purpose of this workshop was to discuss how important is standard Hindi script and its implication on indigenous and endangered languages in India with a special focus on the languages of North India.

The intention of the program was to discuss and understand the gravity of the issue of effective use of standard Hindi script in writing those languages which have no script at all. There are several mother tongues, or language varieties in India that do not have their own scripts, and hence exploring the suitability of the standard Hindi script, which is a of stable and widely acceptable writing system to enrich such indigenous and endangered languages can be undertaken. 

About 30 Participants attended the workshop at National Law University, Delhi and discussed the issues causing challenges in writing the language. The workshop started with the lecture of Prof. Ashok and further extended by Prof. Prasannanshu.

Dr. Ashok Lav discussed the usefulness of “Maanak Hindi Vartani” (Standard Hindi Script) in light of shortcomings of the old and conventional writing system. The emphasis was given to common errors and its measures in overcoming those common errors while writing Hindi. Prof. Prasannanshu demonstrated the linguistic importance of Standard Hindi Script, the phonetic nature of Devnagri, and its potential use for the languages without writing systems. Members of the research team for the “Study and Research in Indigenous and Endangered Languages” funded by UGC, Govt. of India, India also enriched the workshop with their comments: Mr Arun Kumar discussed the background of retroflex phonemes in Hindi and later added the importance of multilingual environment in Indian society. Mr. Mahboob Zahid, on the other hand, placed more focus on mother tongue influence on Hindi writing by the people who learn Hindi as a second language.

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