Highlights of "Mann Ki Baat" telecasted on 22 Feb 2015

Dear Reader,
The Honourable Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi addressed the students, parents and teachers ahead of the board and competitive examinations and shared his views in the programme ‘Mann ki Baat’ which was aired on All India Radio on 22nd February 2015.
The main highlights were as follows:
1.      Urges students to be warriors not worriers.
2.      Also urges students to take up examination with a smile on their face.
3.      Advises Parents not to compare their children with other & mount pressure on their wards.
4.      Advises students appearing to focus on the present without thinking much about future, drawing an analogy from Cricket, that a good batsman in the crease is bothered only about the next ball.
5.      Take the examination with a smile on your face.
6.      Don’t think of competing with some one else, think about surpassing your own limits with each passing day.
7.       He also urges the students to look the examination as an opportunity rather than challenge.
8.      He also urges the students not to waste our energy competing with others. Start competing with yourself & make sure that your present is better than your past.
9.      We are responsible for making the exams a burden. We should stop doing it.
Please check following links to read more about it.
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Important Information

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Message By Principal Sir to the Students

Dear Students,
March is almost here. And so is the dreaded exam season. While the levels of tension, stress and frustration are on an all time high, no one can deny the immense power of a simple smile and a simple 'Good luck. I know you'll do well" in curbing the exam stress! There isn't a way out of these desperate days. And there isn't really a short cut either.
Transient feeling of anxiety and stress is a part of life for every individual. A mild degree of anxiety and stress may be stimulating and motivating, and may actually help to improve the performance; but high degree of stress may be disrupting. Examinations and interviews are undoubtedly stressful situations. Every child goes through such situation and learns to cope up with stress arising out of them, with experience and advancing age.
Appearing for examinations is one of the very common situations, which an adolescent finds difficult to cope up with. A hard working adolescent with good intelligence may not be able to give his full performance in an examination. An adolescent may avoid an examination or may not be able to write the answers, though he/she knows them. An anxiety may disable and affect performance of an adolescent in an examination.
Right approach and right coping strategies may stimulate a child to overcome anxiety and maximize own performance in the examination. Minimal anxiety enables an individual adolescent to be more alert, attentive and concentrate fully in an examination. High degree of anxiety interferes with performance not only in the examination room but perhaps even more in the preparation of examination.
There is no remedy if the student has not put up organized, and/or sufficient efforts and not prepared systematically for the examination. Systematic, persistent, organized efforts from the beginning of the session are the best strategies for any individual to prevent anxiety related to examination.
A warm relationship and feeling of security in the home environment promotes congenial atmosphere for an adolescent and minimizes the stress and anxiety before, during and after examinations.
Suggestions for students:-
Before going to the Examination Hall
1. Avoid indigestible food, excessive liquids and stimulants like cola, coffee or tea in the previous night.
2. Avoid late night reading.
3. Sleep for six hours at least, to get enough rest.
4. Avoid discussion about previous papers.
5. Plan some relaxation in the morning like listening to light music or going for a short walk or a jog for 15 to 20 minutes.
6. Do not attempt any new revision topics on the day of examination.
7. Eat light food with good nutritive value well before you start from home on the way to examination hall. Keep a small water bottle along with to keep you well hydrated.
In the Examination Hall
1. Minimize waiting time outside the examination hall. It is always good to have known the exact examination hall and seat on the previous day.
2. Walk straight into examination hall on the day of examination.
3. Avoid anxiety provoking discussions with friends e.g. discussion on topics or questions or nervous feelings you have, etc.
4. Practice positive self-statements like "I am going to do well", "I am well prepared for this examination', ‘I have come here to pass the examination with good grades’.
In the Examination Seat
1. Settle and compose yourself.
2. Layout your equipment. e.g. pen, pencil, compass etc at leisure with cool mind.
3. Take fifteen minutes to read the paper and check instructions carefully and then underline key words in questions in your mind and plan.
4. Try to write legibly.
5. Leave space after each answer.
6. Select the question you know the answer best.
7. Write simply in short sentences, with correct spellings.
8. Avoid long background introductions in your answers.
9. Do not worry about the number of supplementary sheets used by the other examinees. Just concentrate on your own job.
10. Plan your time - drive the time according to the marks allocated to each question.
11. Stick to your time budget - try to keep ten minutes time at the end so as to permit you to tie supplementary, check roll no. etc.
12. If you are running out of time - remember that two half answered questions fetch more marks than only one fully answered question. So never leave any question unattempted.
13. Always leave fifteen minutes in the end to check your answers. This strategy helps to make minor changes, recheck any inadvertent omissions and adds to the mental peace for further examination papers.
Wish you all the very best for the examinations. It's absolutely fine and normal to be nervous. But your nervousness must never hold you back from performing your part.
All is well! Learn to Smile through Stress. Stay calm, be cool, be healthy, eat healthy, prepare well, do well and then wait for the magic to unfold. The World's all yours ... Go, Win it !

Wishing you a successful life!
H. R. Sharma

Mother Tongue Day Celebration on 21 Feb 2015


Dear Reader,
The Honourable Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi will address the students, parents and teachers ahead of the board and competitive examinations and share his views in the programme.
‘Mann ki Baat’. The programme will be aired on All India Radio on 22nd February 2015 at 08.00 pm.
Through ‘Mann ki baat’ Honourable Prime Minister will focus on students preparing for Board and competitive examinations with the intent to share inspiring and motivating experiences and thoughts.
All students, parents and teachers are invited to tune in large numbers.
Here is the copy of circular by MHRD.
You may also like to listen/read the program which was aired on 2 November 2014.

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Hindi Recitation Competition

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Science Talk Show was held on 16th Feb 2015. Children of class V participated. They prepared the topics which were beyond their syllabus such as constellations, Blackhole, Comets, Asteroids, Mangalyaan, Landing on Moon, ROsetten mission etc. They prepared suitable props. Required by tropics presented it with great confidence. The list of winners are:

Ankush Kumar Chauhan
Yuvika Bisla
Kashika Kalakoti
Sanya Bansal
Gargi Priyadarshini
Samridhi Arora
Abhinav Gautam
Pritika Asura