Aqib of XI B is a student who tackles challenges, blocks his fear and scores
points for his team.
football player who has made all of us proud through his dedication, hard work,
perseverance and self denial is a student of our school. His participation at
various levels has brought laurels and great honour as a result of individual
commitment and group effort. His fantastic performances are well exhibited on
various grounds as he has represented Delhi almost thrice. He has shown exemplary
performance at National U – 14 , U – 17 category. He played and made an impact
at CBSE tournament where he was awarded as the Best Defender Award.
passion and energy brought celebrations as our school won Airtel Rising Star
Tournament in which around 30 students participated. He was selected to play
for the second round in Goa held on 22 Feb 2014. From all over country around
30 football players came to attend the camp. Some coaches from Manchester
United Football Club were also present there. Mohd.
Aqib has spent day after day chasing his dream to be the next Christiano
Ronaldo. This passion is evident, as he has been selected to attend training
camp at Manchester in the month of April, 2014.
Fair to say, they found what
they were looking for. His unquestionable zeal and enthusiasm has earned him a
place, a quality chance. He will definitely convert those chances into goals.
wish him good luck so that he may compete at the top of the table for the
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.
are some dos and don’ts before and during the examination. Hope that the
following suggestions will surly help you to prepare better for your exams.
Before going to the
Avoid indigestible food, excessive liquids and stimulants like cola, coffee or
tea in the previous night.
Avoid late night reading.
Sleep for six hours at least, to get enough rest.
Avoid discussion about previous papers.
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.
Do not attempt any new revision topics on the day of examination.
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
In the Examination Hall
Minimize waiting time outside the examination hall. It is always good to have
known the exact examination hall and seat on the previous day.
Walk straight into examination hall on the day of examination.
Avoid anxiety provoking discussions with friends e.g. discussion on topics or
questions or nervous feelings you have, etc.
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
Settle and compose yourself.
Layout your equipment. e.g. pen, pencil, compass etc at leisure with cool mind.
Take fifteen minutes to read the paper and check instructions carefully and
then underline key words in questions in your mind and plan.
Try to write legibly.
Leave space after each answer.
Select the question you know the answer best.
Write simply in short sentences, with correct spellings.
Avoid long background introductions in your answers.
Do not worry about the number of supplementary sheets used by the other
examinees. Just concentrate on your own job.
Plan your time - drive the time according to the marks allocated to each
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.
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
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.
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
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 !
1.I will pursue my education with
dedication and I will excel in it.
2.I will plant at least five saplings
and shall ensure their growth through constant care.
3.I will constantly endeavor to
remove the pain of my suffering brethren.
4.I will work for becoming an
enlightened citizen and make my family righteous.
5.I will always be a friend of the
mentally and physically challenged and will work hard to make them feel normal,
like the rest of us.
6.I promise that I will work hard
with honesty to transform my country into a developed country.
OATH FOR YOUTH by Dr.
A.P.J. Abdul Kalam
1. I will have a goal and work hard to achieve
that goal. I realize that small aim is a crime.
2. I will work with integrity and succeed with
will be a
good member of
my family, a
good member of the society, a
good member of the nation and a good member of the world.
will always try
to save or
better someone's life, without
any discrimination of
caste, creed, language religion or state. Wherever I am, a
thought will always come to my mind. That is “What can I give?”
will always protect
and enhance the
dignity of every human life without any bias.
6. I will always remember the importance of time. My motto
will be “Let
not my winged
days, be spent
will always work
for clean planet
Earth and clean energy.
a youth of
my nation, I
will work and
work with courage to
achieve success in all my
tasks and enjoy the success of others.
am as young
as my faith
and as old
as my doubt. Hence,
I will light
up then, the
lamp of faith
in my heart.
10. My National Flag flies in my heart and I will
bring glory to my nation.
“It’s that time of the year
when we’ve got to cheer
so that you may forget all fear
and come together whether far or near.”
A special invitation being sent for all our dear class XII students, on the occasion of “FAREWELL” on 15 February 2014 from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm in the school premises. Kindly be there on time and make it an occasion to remember for your lifetime.
As informed earlier that all those willing to compete for various titles such as Mr./Miss CRPF, Lady/Gentleman of the evening etc, will have to appear for 30 minutes written test (based on general awareness). The test will be held from 9:30 am to 10:00 am. All those joining after 10:00 am will not be allowed to take part for the titles. So, please be on time to avoid any disappointment.
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