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Maithry Vidyanikethan

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2008-09


Maithry Vidyanikethan N.R.I. Layout, R.M.Nagar Bangalore-16

Aneeta THOMAS Principal

P. Bramaramba PRESIDENT

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Kamala Selvarajan EDITOR

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Where Education has no bounds.............

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A Luminous Triangle

Message I am extremely happy that our school is bringing out the first edition of the school magazine ‘VOYAGER’ this year. School magazine provides opportunity for the students and teachers to express their views, ideas and talents. Let this magazine be a source of inspiration to the young minds and a valuable piece of work to treasure. I congratulate the students and teachers who have contributed to the magazine and wish the ‘voyager’ great success.

P. Bramaramba

President Maithry Education Trust

Editorial Maithry Vidyanikethan has traversed the path of time and our school magazine reflects the pulse and heartbeat of the happenings throughout the academic year. Compiling Voyager was a mammoth task but undoubtedly a pleasant one. Sifting through a multitude of creative work put me through a testing phase and posed a great challenge as I was compelled to select the really good ones. Out of the many wonderful contributions from our students, a few of them have been included to provide an insight into the life and activity of the school. I am greatly indebted to all my co-editors-Mrs. Swetha Premkumar, Mrs. Leelavathi P.G., Mrs. Annie Christina, Mrs. Janaki, Ms Kavitha B.R , Mr. B N Prakash and Mrs. Girija Jeyaraj for assisting me and making this venture successful. I also thank Mrs Kanchana for helping me. As you browse through the pages you will discover a novel unfolding of the bubbling enthusiasm of our dear ones. I hope reading this magazine will be an enjoyable experience for you. Kamala Selvarajan

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Parents to ponder……… Conflict between the needs of parents and the needs of the child are inevitable in every family. Conflicts are necessary part of life. The tragedy is that most parents hate to experience conflict. According to Dr. Thomas Gordon, conflict in a family, openly expressed and accepted as a natural phenomenon is healthy for children. Child in a family gets an opportunity to experience conflict, learns how to cope with it and be prepared to face it in later life. In many parts of the world parents sincerely believe that it is necessary and desirable that parents. use their authority to control direct and train their children. But let us remember all human beings are fallible and parents, teachers and policemen who possess power are human beings. Let us remember Lord Acton who wrote “Power corrupt and absolute power corrupt absolutely”. Remember Edmund Bruks who declared The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse”. In the name of disciplining the child, the parent become strict, tough and authoritarian and the relationship between the child and the parent becomes a power struggle, a contest and a battle. Someone will have to win, usually the winner is the parent. A parent who relies on his power to punish or reward the child discovers that the adolescent child is independent, resisting,

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rebellious and even hostile. On the other hand there are parents who allow the child a great deal of freedom. Here when a conflict arises the child is the winner and the parent is the loser. And there is a third category of parents too. They oscillate from one extreme to the other. They are not consistent. Sometimes strict and sometimes lenient; on few occasions tough and soft on some other occasions. They are most confused and uncertain making the poor child more confused and uncertain. The authoritarian parents’ approach may be called “I win –you lose’ approach and permissive approach is “you win – I lose” approach. What is the alternative of these two approaches? Definitely there is an alternative, an alternative through which both the parent and the child emerge as winners and there are no losers. We can call this ‘win – win’ approach or ‘no lose method’ Let us quote Thomas Gordon again. This is a method by which each unique parent and his unique child can solve each of their unique conflicts by finding their own unique solution. Acceptable to both – That is important. Before dwelling further on this ‘win – win’ solution, let us think why many parents do not succeed in building and keeping a healthy, helping relationship with their children. 5


Researches show that their relationship is missing a most significant ingredient – The language of acceptance. Accept an individual as he or she is. This is really an act of love. When one feels accepted, one feels loved. Unfortunately most of the parents are conditioned by upbringing that if they accept a child as he is or she is, he or she will remain just as the way he is or she is . Therefore the parents sincerely believe that the best way of helping a child is by telling the child what they don’t accept about him or her. Consequently they use a language of unacceptance. This language is full of judgement, criticism, preaching, moralizing, accusing and commanding. Parents have to learn how to communicate and demonstrate their acceptance. The communication is successful only when the child can feel the acceptance. To practice this kind of communication (Dr Gordon calls Therapeutic communication) one requires variety of communication skills which can be acquired only through training and continuous practice. In the win- win method, the parent and the child get down to the real problem. They together identify and define the conflict. Lists all the possible alternative solutions. Then they together evaluate each of these possible solutions. The fourth step is, the parent and the child agree on what they consider the best acceptable solution. After this they proceed to work out methods of implementing the mutually accepted solutions. The last stage is when they agree to check sometime later whether the agreement has worked to the satisfaction of both.

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When the child is involved in resolving conflicts it promotes his or her thinking skills. Enforcement use of power is avoided. There is a commitment to carry out the decision. More over in this method the parent treat the child as an adult, the child learns that parent respects his/her needs. The child will naturally learn that parental needs are also important. The result will be a very healthy and lovely relationship between the parent and the child. Teachers to adhere…………… Martin Luther King Jr Once said, “I too have a dream . I dream that the day will come when children will run to school and walk back home, instead of the other way round as they do now”. Paper qualifications can no longer be deemed to be the passport of a good fortune. Bill Gates himself is a living example for this. Daniel Goleman in his book titled “Emotional intelligence”, brought to the notice of the common man that Emotional Intelligence (measured as EQ) is far more significant than the traditional IQ. Children of the era will succeed if they can understand their emotions, manage them, be motivated from time to time, understand and be able to analyse what is going on in other’s mind, and build social skills. Unlike IQ which is inherited through one’s genes, EQ can be built up in a child to any level. If you want to teach a child mathematics, Science or Social, it is not enough to know the subject, you should also known the child. This mantra will guide you, as teacher

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in motivating the child, and removing his mental blocks. “One day teachers will be redundant, and all that students will require are facilitators in their thrilling and adventurous learning process.” Teachers have to take up the role of counselors. Counseling is not giving advice, solving problem, ensuring discipline or keeping the children quiet during free periods. In simplest way, it is a process of encouraging and motivating a person to share feelings; and empowering him to either resolve his issues or cope with them”. Counseling comes to your rescue whenever there is a crisis. It helps in healthy and overall growth of children. It involves guiding them gently in the right direction, strengthening their ability to take right decision, to understand themselves and others. Children these days are moving towards addictions, unacceptable behaviour, getting distracted from their goals or feeling lonely and isolated. Parents cannot be a “counselor” because the parent’s emotions are closely entwined with the emotions of the child. It is very difficult for parents to take an objective view of their child and remain detached when they watch him falter or take wrong decisions. The teacher has to be one who allows the individual freedom of choice, an ideal person to counsel children and adolescents. She is one person who not only spends a lot of time with the child, but also has the occasion to observe and understand

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his behaviours and his emotions. In this era where behavioral Scientists are predicting that 80% of one’s success, fulfillment and enjoyment in life will depend on the person’s emotional intelligence. Counseling can be very effective method of providing the right platform for the overall growth of every student and the school can be proud of these wonderful citizens and their achievement. Students to follow…………. Literacy begins by immersing children in literacy – rich environment and fostering a love of language and reading. When children pursue education, they have three functions to perform. The first is gathering information. It is unfortunate that most of the present day students are interested only in browsing the net and not reading books. My dear Children! there is no substitute for reading books. Read plenty of books. Books not connected with the subject meant for examinations. The second job is to mould personality with the help of teachers and parents. This includes acquiring skills and developing values. The third function is to decide on a career you would like to choose. Students should have a clear picture of what you are going to become in future. So concentrate on these 3 tasks acquiring knowledge, developing values and skills and choosing the profession you would like to pursue. Aneeta Thomas Principal

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MAITHRY VIDYANIKETHAN

ANNUAL REPORT 2008-09

Maithry Education Trust was started in the year 2003 with several Social Development Objectives of which the foremost was to start a school which could cater to the educational needs of the society. Now the fifth year of the inception of our school is receding into a back drop as we are heading on the momentous journey towards its larger destiny and greater glory. We believe that Maithry Vidyanikethan has only begun its journey into a future that is as beckoning as it is challenging. Our school is dedicated to bring out an all round development of the child in an atmosphere of love and affection and respect for all. At Maithry we endeavour to instill self-discipline as well as self-confidence in our students so that they become the torchbearers to the enviable cultural heritage of our motherland in the days to come. Having a very humble beginning in the year 2003 with 67 students, 6 teachers and 3 non-teaching staff, we have thrived to grow more than 7 fold today with a strength of 524 students, 34 teachers and 15 non-teaching staff. With the addition of 5 more classrooms this year, the teaching space in the school has been expanded to accommodate more students also to conduct Karate and Yoga classes. 8

The Montessori section and its facilities are also being expanded. Play way method is adopted in this section to make learning funfilled and enjoyable. We have a good number of educational CD’s, puzzles, games and toys here to make the classroom sizzle with activities. The teaching learning materials that are used help the children develop their mental ability and increase their motor skills, sensorial skills and concentration. Each subject taught is reinforced by technology aided lessons. Students are taken to the Cyber Lab and taught with the help of CD’s and power point presentations. Our audiovisual room is enriched with LCD projector and many educational soft wares. This makes the lessons in all the subjects more stimulating and exhilarating. Our library houses around 2,500 books covering a wide range of subjects. We have full fledged and well equipped Biology, Physics and Chemistry labs. Activities conducted in these laboratories help in developing scientific temper in students. Multiple Skill Enhancement Programme is conducted to bring out the hidden talents in students, to make them competent and develop their personality as a whole. Instrumental music classes were recently introduced. Guitar, keyboard and violin are

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the instruments taught. Physical Education classes are included as a part of the curriculum to make our students physically fit and mentally sound. Karate and yoga classes are conducted every Saturday to achieve emotional, mental and physical stability in students. Sports day was equally enthralling. Students took part in various track and field events. Innumerable prizes were given away. Blue House emerged champions. Competitions to recognize the artistic and literary talents in students were conducted and prizes awarded. All national and regional festivals are celebrated in true spirit.Teacher’s Day, Children’s Day, Independence Day, Kannada Rajyotsava etc were celebrated with much fervour. Continuous comprehensive evaluation is done and the marks are considered to decide the results at the end of the year. Activity sheets and assignments are given. Projects are done by students on specific topics. Efforts are taken to improve Speaking, Reading, Writing and Listening skills of students. Educational tour to Sri Vani Education Centre and Science Park, Magadi Road, Bangalore was conducted in the month of August. Here the students had an opportunity to visit the science exhibition conducted by CBSE Southern region. Mental arithmetic classes are being conducted every week. Workshops and seminars are conducted on a regular basis for teachers.

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1. A workshop on activity-based teaching in Maths and Kannada was conducted on 2nd August 2008 by Resource persons from Karnataka Education Department. 2. An English Seminar was conducted by Professors from Regional Institute of English, Bangalore on 9th August 2008. Communicative English and Phonetics were the areas covered. 3. Another workshop on common errors in English Grammar and Spoken English was conducted on 30th August 2008 by Resource Persons from Corporate ladder, Bangalore. A Girl Guide Movement Unit was started this year under the Bharat Scout and Guides, Bangalore. Two of our staff members attended a 7 day training camp at Cluny Convent High School, Malleswaram during the month of December . The school Magazine “Voyager” is brought out from this year to bring out the hidden talents of children. Parent- Teacher meetings are conducted periodically to discuss the performance of students. Parent- Management meeting was also conducted on the 27th of September. During this meeting parents were given an opportunity to share their views regarding academic matters. Some of their suggestions helped us to improvise our system. This year we took part in various interschool competitions conducted by various organizations and schools. Some of the outstanding achievements of our students are: 1. The results of the National Level IT Maths Talent Quest was overwhelming. Arjun 9


Jagdish Ram of class VIII bagged the 1st rank at District Level. Chandrashekar V of class V secured 1st rank at Taluk level and Jeyashree of class VI secured 2nd rank at Taluk level. 2. In the National Level IT Computer Quest Examination, Pratheeksha of class VII and Mahesh Reddy of class III bagged 1st rank at Taluk level. Our students had participated in Ever Green Zone, Solo and Group Dance competition that was conducted by the Cultural Institute, Ram Murthy Nagar on 23rd November 2008.our students have emerged winners by bagging seven prizes. Two of our students have won consolation prizes in the quiz competition that was held by Global Organization Of Divinity. The students of our school participated in Sirikannada Prathiba Pareekshe which was conducted by Sirigannada Prakashana, Chitraadurga. Unnati of class I , Adarsh Devadiga .A of class III, Akul .S.Raju and Chandana .N of class IV, Sharatha .S of class VI and Thanushree D.R of class VII secured District level Ranks. Preeti.L of Class II, Bindu shree. S of class III and Gurunath .N of Class V secured State Level Ranks.

The vision of our management is getting realized in the very near future by the opening of Pre-University College and addition of 9th and 10th in the CBSE section in the coming academic year. Our dedicated staff and I take this opportunity to upkeep and improve the standard of our performance in the coming years. The parents have been showing positive approach towards the progress of the students by attending Parent-Teacher Meetings to know their wards’ performance. Further follow up with the children at home is very essential. I earnestly request your kind co-operation in this regard. I’m sure our parents will extend their full support and cooperation to scale greater heights. My sincere thanks to all members of the Trust who have constantly supported and guided us. My special thanks to Shri. Mariyappa, our Administrative Officer and Shri Venkatram, Academic Coordinator who have made my task easier in the running of the school. I thank the teaching and non teaching staff for their selfless effort in the achievement of the goal.

For the Chinthana Drawing competition, Jaya shree.A of class VI secured Ist place at National level, Shabrez. M of class VI Secured Ist place at State level, E. Santhiya of class II and Hrishika Sudith of class III secured Ist place at District level.

We thank the Almighty for his countless blessing bestowed on us and we pray the same to continue forever.

Our students took part in the All India General Knowledge Exam that is conducted by the Human Resources Development and the Asia Level Maths Olympiad. Results are awaited

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MONTESSORI

LKG A

Thank you. Aneeta Thomas

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LKG B


LKG C

UKG A

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UKG C

STD - I A

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UKG B

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STD - I B


STD - I C

STD - II A

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STD - III A

STD - III B

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STD - II B

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STD - IV A


STD - IV B

STD - V

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STD - VII

STD - VIII

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Teacher – A student’s Friend Most students run away from this person-“Teacher”, most students think teachers are hard-hearted persons who have no feelings. According to students they are here to make sure we enjoy no freedom, but are we right?

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Teachers always ready to help, ready to make time for a student, even beyond their call of duty. They are always there for us; we should acknowledge this. A teacher is ready to fight for a student irrespective of the fact whether a student will make it or not. A teacher illuminates or adds light to our world by enhancing our knowledge, skills, understanding etc. They shine as brightly as possible to make sure the darkness surrounding us lay the foundation, sho show us the right path and guide us to a brighter future. Students should understand the importance of teachers

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I myself shared these views; hence I have been one among you all. Most of the teachers are strict, unapproachable, always angry with us for one reason or other, but we have hardly seen them outside the boundaries of a classroom. A teacher outside a classroom is an entirely different person- a philosopher, a parent, a friend. We students have never realized that parents care, think and worry only for their thousands of students! This never crosses our mind.

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in their lives. I have come ro realize this through my personal experience. Recent trends indicate that teachers may be replaced by technology. But remember, a teacher is a million times better than technology, for, only a human would understand the mind of a student while an inanimate object will not be able to Moreover, technology will provide only information while a teacher will provide the human touch that is so essential to mould well grounded personalities. “Heed the advice of a teacher today, reap the benefits of it tomorrow.” By Smt.Bhagyalakshmi Asst.Mistress

Instructions to understand in life The best teacher – Experience The best book – Life The best sport – Duty The best dress – Smile The best relation – Love The best student – Attempt The best lesson – Practice The best food – thought The best medicine – laughter

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Lubricating the Cogwheels

GANDHIJI’S TOY Mahatma Gandhi was always punctual and careful about utilizing his time He had a pocket watch attached to a chain, which he hung from his waist As Gandhiji walked the watch would keep on swinging on its chain, One day a little boy named Pratap came to visit Gandhiji along with his mother. Pratap was enchanted by the sight of the cute watch that hung from Gandhiji’s waist. He wanted it for himself and started to cry out loud. Pratap threw such a tantrum that his embarrassed mother did not know what to do. Then Gandhiji walked up to Pratap, held the watch close to the boys ear and let him hear its tiny sound “tic..toc..tic..toc”. As Pratap sat listing to the sound, Gandhiji said quietly, ”Pratap, don’t you have many toys of your own? When the boy nodded, Gandhiji said, this is the only toy I have so I want to keep it for myself”. Pratap nodded his head and stopped crying at once. Gandhiji went back to his work with a smile.

Maithry Vidyanikethan envisages to be a model and strives hard to achieve its goals right from the inception.To meet this end various workshops and seminars are conducted periodically. The experience and knowledge of Resource persons are availed to increase the competency of our teachers. A workshop on activity – based teaching in Maths and Kannada was conducted on 2nd August 2008 by Resource persons from Karnataka Education Board. An English Seminar was conducted by Professors from Regional Institute of English, Bangalore on 9th August 2008. Communicative English and phonetics were the areas covered. Another workshop on common errors in English Grammar and Spoken English was conducted on 30th August 2008 by a Resource personnel from Corporate ladder, Bangalore. We have scheduled to conduct a training programme for all subjects in the month of May 2009.

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Easy / Difficult

Easy to occupy a place in the telephone directory, difficult to occupy a place in somebody’s heart. easy to judge the errors of others, difficult to recognize our own errors. Easy to hurt those whom we love, difficult to heal those wounds. Easy to forgive others, difficult to ask forgiveness Easy to exhibit victory, difficult to accept defeat with dignity. Easy to dream every night, difficult to fight a dream Easy to pray every night, difficult to find God in smallest of things Easy to say we love, difficult to demonstrate it everyday. Easy to criticize everybody, difficult to better or perfect ourselves. Easy to think of improving, difficult to stop thinking and really do it Easy to receive, difficult to give

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The Sky

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Look at the sky It is so very high Some times it is blue With white clouds so cool. At times it turns dark, With rain clouds so black. All day with rich sunlight, It looks so very bright. With moon and stars at night, The sky and I sleep tight. By Kiram Thomas III “A”

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The crow and his friends A parrot and a peacock lived in a forest. They were good friends and neighbor. One day the peacock said to the parrot, “Your beak is beautiful”. “Yes”, said the parrot, “Your feathers are beautiful, too”. “People love to have you in their garden”. “But they like to have you in their houses”, said the peacock. There was also a crow in the forest. The parrot and the peacock did not like her. They never spoke to that neighbor. One day the parrot fell ill and the crow offered here some fruits. The parrot did not eat them. Nor did she thank the crow. One night, a big wild cat was climbing up the tree to catch the parrot. The crow saw that and cawed loudly – Caw, Caw,…. Other crows joined her. The parrot woke up and flew away. She felt grateful. She wanted to thank the crow but did not. One evening the peacock was dancing happily and a wolf was waiting to catch her. The crow saw the wolf and cawed loudly. Other crows joined her and attacked the wolf with their beaks. The wolf ran away the next day the peacock said to the parrot, yesterday the crow saved my life too lets go to the crow, and thank her and make friends with her make friends with her The crow was happy they all lived together as good friends and neighbors. Cherian M Amal Std. IV

Helping Hands A little black ant found a large grain of wheat. The grain of wheat was too heavy to lift or roll. So the little black ant asked a grasshopper, but it hopped away. The little ant asked the spider, dragon fly and cricket for help. They also went away.

A little bee fluttered past. He felt sorry for the tired black little ant. He offered to help her. Together they rolled the grain of wheat till the ant’s hill. The ant was very thankful to the bee. The bee simply smiled and flew away. Harshith IV A 22

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A G O O D S T U D E N T

– Always liked by teachers – Greets everyone with a smile – Obedient to teachers and parents – On time to School – Dresses neatly and tidy. – Studies well – Treats everyone with respect – Understands everything taught – Does homework regularly – Eager to learn new things – Never misbehaves – Talks less in the class.

Stars and Moon in my Mother’s black saree Do you see the white dots on my mother’s saree Glittering and Twinkling together Yes it is the sky, which is up so high, With the sparkling stars like diamonds. And do you see a round white ball? Which is the biggest of all, Yes, it is the moon, Which gives brightness to the whole world. You cannot see this beautiful scene at, morning or noon, Where there is no moon, But you can see this only at night, which looks so bright, By A. Jeyashree VI standard

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A GOOD STUDENT

Say to yourself Every Morning Today is going to be a great day! I can handle more than I think I Can! Things don’t get better by worrying about them! It can be satisfied If I try to do my best! There;s always something to be happy about! Iam going to make some one Happy Today! It’s not good to be down! Life is great, make the most of it “BE AN OPTIMIST” Vaishak M. IV A

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All in Seven minutes A bus driver had to take his bus from the town to its outskirts. He had to wait there for seven minutes before he started his next trip. Everyday he sat idle in the bus. One day he noticed that the land adjacent to the bus stop was dumped with garbage and was stinking Suddenly he got an idea. The next day he brought a spade with him. As soon as he stopped the bus, he jumped out of the bus and began clearing away the garbage. He couldn’t do much due to lack of time. But, by the end of the first week he cleared the area. Then he sowed seeds and planted cuttings of roses and other flowering plants. Three months later, the whole place was transformed into a garden. People heard about it and came from far and near to see the driver’s garden. After exclaiming over the beauty of the garden, people asked each other, “How did he do it in seven minutes”? Yes, it was only seven minutes a day. By using those seven minutes every day, he turned a dirty place into a beautiful garden. How much time do you waste everyday? Think over it. Try to find ways of using time effectively by contributing something useful to the society. By Pratheeksha.C VII Std

A FRIEND A Friend should be kind A friend should be gentle A friend should be honest A friend should be perfect A friend should be special A friend should be truthful A friend should be trustful A friend should be lovable A friend should be valued A friend should be precious A friend should be respectable A friend should be loyal Of course, A Friend in need is a friend in deed.

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How to live well Rest less, work more Talk less, think more Drink less, breath more Eat less, chew more Ride less, walk more Speak less, practice more Spend less, save more

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Tough times never last but tough people do Now-a-days, we hear a lot of people committing suicides because of financial problems or stress. Students commit suicides out of fear of failing in exams. The reason for these problems is that they were facing tough times of poverty, tension etc. The root cause of all these fears is the fear that they will be poor always, fear that money will not come, fear that they may fail and they will be insulted. Their mind is totally filled with fear. But if, these people leave / overcome this fear with courage and say to their mind, “I will face these problems”, I will live, I will try to work hard, see another way of passing, then their fears will vanish, courage will come in place of fear, problems can also be over come. Hence, Tough Times Never Last, But Tough People Do.

THREE THINGS Three things to RESPECT Old age, Humanity and Law

Three things to CONTROL Tongue, Temper and Temptation

Three things to LOVE Purity, Honesty and Hardwork.

Three things to WATCH Speech, Behaviour and Action

Three things to ADMIRE Beauty, Intellect and Character

Three Things to PREVENT Laziness, Falsehood and Slander

Three things to CULTIVATE Three things to REMBEMBER Courage, Cheerfulness and Contentment GOD Mrs.Kanchana Devi Asst- Mistress

Three things to MAINTAIN Promise, Friendship and Affection

The Sun is yellow Every morning it says hello The sun gives us light, And it is very bright The sun rises in the East, And sets in the West

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Balaji VII

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T E A C H E R S

: Thoughtful : Encouraging : Affectionate : Caring : Humourous : Efficient : Reliable : Simplicity

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Balloons Balloons, everybody wants them and everybody likes them. They may come in Animal, Bird or Geometrical design. They not only come as toys but come in bigger sizes, called Hot Air Balloons. Helps in flights and are really exciting. They are also used for advertising with printed matter on them. There are bigger balloons called blimps which are floating vehicles big enough to advertise too. Angeoplast is a medical procedure. They use very tiny balloons, which are inserted into the arteries to remove the block / clots and allow free passage of blood. Balloons are truly very useful.

Umbrella

I love rain and more rain I miss rain when it doesn’t rain I bloom in rain I protect you in rain Who am I? Baba Sameer UKG ‘C”

Easy but difficult

It’s easy to hurt someone But difficult to sorry It’s easy to make mistakes But difficult to learn It’s easy to complain about others But difficult to recognize ours

Is Sunday a holiday

Monday went to Tuesday To see Wednesday and ask Thursday whether Friday had told Saturday that Sunday is a Holiday Akash Hedge IV A

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Beethoven Rain or shine, I don’t mind to Sing and swing with My cute little dog. Day or night, I don’t fight but Walk and talk with My cute little dog He or she Whoever is free can Come and join with My cute little dog. B. Niveditha III ‘A’

The Sun

The Sun is yellow Every morning it says hello The sun gives us light, And it is very bright The sun rises in the East, And sets in the West

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DID YOU KNOW

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The earthworm has ten hearts .

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The heaviest and the tallest dinosaur was Brachiosaurus weighing 40 tonnes.

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The worlds longest insects is the Giant stick insect of Indonesia, which grows up to 33cm long .

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The leaves of raffia palm tree are the biggest leaves that can grow up to20m long.

5. A giant sequioz in California which is 83m tall and 25 m round is the biggest tree in the world. 6.

The fastest growing tree is Albizia falcate, which can grow 10 m in 13 months

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Modern man originated from Austratopithecus (southeren ape), that was capable of standing and walking upright.

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The Great white shark can smell one drop of human blood in 100 million drops of water.

9. A just born blue whale is about 7 tonnes. 10. The highest recorded “sneeze speed is 165 km per hour. 11. The Angel Falls which is the highest, is about 979 Mtrs. (3,212 feet) 12. At birth, a Panda is smaller than a mouse and weighs about 4 ounces. 13. Giraffe can’t cough. 14. Eating chocolates leads to burning of more fat. 15.

A lion’s roar can be heard 5 miles away.

16. A rat can survive longer without water than a camel can. 17. It is indeed illegal to chew a gum in Singapore. 18. Human teeth are almost as hard as rocks.

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Home Sweet Home I love my little home, My sweet, sweet home, Where father, mother and me, Work, eat and sleep

The Elephant The Elephant is the world’s largest and strongest animal. It has thick legs, large hanging ears, small tail, little eyes, long white tusks and long a nose called the trunk. The Elephant draws up water and can spray it allover its body like a shower bath. It plucks leaves from trees and puts them into its mouth. The Elephants are found in India and Africa. It is a are very shy and intelligent animal. They live in the jungles. Elephants eat leaves of trees, grass, roots etc. They are very useful servant to man. They can carry heavy loads and also trained for tiger hunting.

With us are my uncle and aunt, And their two children too, We live together happily, When all my cousins come to stay, In our sweet little home. It’s a lot of fun, to stay Sharing and loving, and troubles too, At times, to spoil the fun we woo. Father, Mother, Uncle and Aunt, We make a perfect family,’ But for the frequent intruders Our family is a jolly one.

Devnil Ghosh I ‘C’

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Believe in Yourself AN ALPHABETICAL PUZZLE Which letter is an insect? Which letter is a vegetable? Which letter is a number? Which letter is a drink? Which letter asks question? Which letter paints you? Answers: 1. B (bee); 2. P (pea); 3. Z (zero); 4.T (tea); 5.Y (why); 6.U (you) 28

Set yours standards high You deserve the best Try for what you want And never settle for less

It is one of the largest animal. The elephant has got a proverb, “It lives or dies, its cost is very high”. Though it is a ominiorous animal, it is heavy and very useful to the human race when it is trained properly. Looks wise also it very attractive. It is more popular in our country because of Lord God Ganesha who has the head of the Elephant. The elephants are trained to do heavy work in the forest like bringing down the trees and shifting of logs and other heavy works which cannot be done by other animals. The trunk of the animal which is long is very useful in holding things and rolling heavy logs. Male elephants has two ivory tusks and it is very costly, both in the national market and international market. It is used for making ornamental articles. Elephants are used in prestigious processions like Dasara, which is conducted once in a year in the city of Mysore. Most of the big temples have elephants of their own for bringing water to the temple and carrying God.

Believe in Yourself No matter what you choose Keep a winning attitude And you can never loose

Funny Riddles

Think about your destination But don’t worry if you stray Because most important thing Is what you have learnt along the way

1. It is kicked many times, but doesn’t cry – A Foot ball. 2. What we change without touching it – Our Mind 3. The more it is, the less you see – Darkness 4. Use me well and I am everybody. Scratch my back and I am nobody – A Mirror.

Take all that you have become To be all that you can be Soar above the clouds And let your dreams set you free

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HARD WORK IS THE KEY TO SUCCESS Once there were two families called Ramappa & Lingappa. They lived in a village called, Rampur. Ramappa was very active and Lingappa was very lazy. Ramappa and his family worked in a field from morning till evening. But Lingappa didn’t do anything. Instead he kept 5 labourers to work in the field. After a month, during the season of rice, Ramappa and his family grew rice plants by working hard. In Lingappa’s field, the 5 labourers didn’t do anything.

A boy called lokesh went to see the field. First he went to Lingappa’s field. He saw the 5 labourers standing under a tree. Then, he went to Ramappa’s field. There he saw Ramappa and his family working in the field. Lokesh went and told Lingappa about the Labourers. The next day, Lokesh went to Ramappa’s field and helped them. /Ramappa went to the town and sold the rice. He returned back home. Then after some time, Lingappa went to Ramappa’s house and asked him how much money he got by selling the rice. I got /Rs.5000/- by selling the rice. Lingappa said that he got double than him. When he went to his field, he saw the labourers chatting under a coconut tree and the field was empty. He realized that the boy Lokesh had told the truth. From then onwards, Lingappa and his family worked in the field. The moral of the story is, “We should work hard and definitely success will follow”.

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Five little tadpoles swimming near the shore. The first one said “Let’s swim some more”. The second one said “Let’s rest awhile”. The third one said “Swimming makes me smile”. The fourth one said “I’m getting very strong”. The fifth one said “My legs are growing long”. Five little tadpoles will soon be frogs. They’ll jump from the water and sit on logs.

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FORMULA FOR SUCCESS A small truth to make our life 100% successful If A =1, B=2, C=3, D=4,E=5, F=6, G=7, H=8, I = 9, J=10, K= 11, L= 12, M= 13, N=14, O= 15, P= 16, Q= 17, R= 18, S= 19, T= 20, U= 21, V=22, W= 23, X=24, Y=25, Z= 26 Then, H + A + R + D +W + O + R + K 8 + 1 + 18 + 4 + 23 + 15 + 18 + 11 = 98 % K + N + O + W + L + E + D + G + E 11 + 14 + 15 + 23 + 12 + 5 + 4 + 7 + 5 = 96% None of the above makes 100% then what makes 100%? It is, A + T + T + I + T + U + D + E 1 + 20 + 20 + 9 + 20 + 21 + 4 + 5 = 100 % The ATTITUDE towards life and work makes our life 100% successful.

My Mom My mom has been taking care of me from the time I have been born. I enjoy my life because of my mom. She helps me in my studies. She also does all the work at home. She works hard in an office to bring more money to run the family. With this money she fulfills our needs and keeps us happy. She is beautiful and wonderful. My mom is a gift for us from God.

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SPRING SEASON Sun rises and birds started singing. Even the buds opened their eyes The winds started singing The clouds danced to their song Flowers bloomed every where And on the green grass, came pink flowers They smiled at me I happily said, “Beautiful Spring”.

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An Apple a day......

The role of Newspapers We read newspapers every morning. We are accustomed to the habit of reading the newspaper and we cannot live without it. A newspaper gives us news. It satisfies our curiosity by telling us what happened in the world around us during the last twenty –four hours. We are eager to know what happened in our town, in our state in our country, and in foreign countries. A newspaper keeps us informed of all the important happenings in the world. When we read the newspaper we know what happened at the political discussions in Delhi and so on. It is therefore necessary that we should read newspapers everyday. We rely on newspapers for our knowledge of what is happening in the world. It is therefore the duty of newspapers to tell us the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. A newspaper

should not distort news by suppressing certain facts. It is the duty of every newspaper to find out the facts and report them faithfully. Newspapers play a very important role in democracy. Newspapers give not only news but also views. Newspapers form public opinion by the views they express. Newspapers strengthen democracy by making the citizen responsible and well informed. Newspapers should not weaken democracy in order to gain profit. Newspapers are the watch –dogs of democracy. They should play this role effectively. Newspapers should be fearless. If democracy is to survive, newspapers must not only be fearless but also make the people fearless.

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RAIN

I like to watch rain drops it falls with a pitter patter sound on roofs and window panes. It wets the crops and fills the river I like to leave the paper boats in rain water. I like to watch the rain water flowing into the gutters. People walk with raincoats and umbrellas on a rainy day Siddarth H. Das UKG ‘C”

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I like Apple. It is red in colour It is very sweet Name: My favourite fruit is Apple Apple is a delicious fruit Apples are red, green or yellow in colour Name: An Apple is red in colour An Apple a day keeps the doctor away I like Apple They have black seeds inside An Apple is sweet Name:

Easy but difficult

It’s easy to hurt someone But difficult to say sorry It’s easy to make mistakes But difficult to learn from it It’s easy to complain about others But difficult to recognize one’s good deeds It’s easy to read this But difficult to follow. Srisha .H V std

Ministers of our body Head

Education Minister

Brain

Prime Minister

Eyes Law Minister Ears

Post and Telegraph Minister

Nose

Health Minister

Teeth Industrial & Civil Supply Minister Tounge

Broadcasting Minister

Heart

Finance Minister

Lungs

Home Minister

Stomach

Food and Agricultural Minister

Morning Prayer Now another day is breaking, Sleep was sweet and so is walking. Dear Lord, I promised you last night Never again to sulk or fright. Such vows are easier to keep When a child is sound asleep Today, O Lord for your dear sake, I’ll try to keep them when awake.

Hands Labour Minister Legs

Transport Minister

Skin

Defence Minister

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MAN – AN INTELLIGENT MAN Beautiful are the trees and plants! But more beautiful than that…thought Man. Would be my house, villa or bungalow. “Cut, cut, cut…them down”, said he. Man – an intelligent animal. Lovely beasts surround us. How can I use them?... thought Man, Egg, milk and meat I use for food, Silk, leather, wool and fur for my clothes, Hair, claws, teeth for my jewels and horns to decorate my house “Kill, kill, kill…them” said he. Man – an intelligent animal.

Unity is Strength

Splendid nature around me Could be of immense value…thought Man. Sand to construct my buildings and water to wash & clean. Copper for my utensils, Gold to enhance my looks, Iron to make my bridges strong and alluminium for my airplanes. Coal to generate power and petrol to run my vehicles. “Ply, ply, ply”,… said he Man – an intelligent animal. Enchanting celestial bodies in the night sky Will be my next destination…thought Man. He sent artificial satellites one after another He went to space and landed on the Moon And now, he prepares to leave to Mars To make it his home for the generations to come As it is the last resort for The Earth is going to be destroyed “Fly, fly fly”,…said he. Man – an intelligent animal.

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We depict a vision School emblem

Scaling greater heights

Flag bearers of the future

Vibrant dancers of our school

Our guiding stars

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Budding Scientists

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Rhythemic Galore

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A WEDDING INVITATION Mrs. & Mr. Sambar Chatni Invite you for the wedding of their grandson

Masala Dosa With

Pani Puri

(D/o. Bhel Puri) On 28th October 2008 at Dai Vada Hall, Samosa Building, Chapatti Road, (Opp. Noodles theatre) Rasogulla Nagar, Biriyani Post, Chicken- 65) Arun Kumar I std

Peacock - Our National Bird Peacock is our national bird. It has beautiful feathers Its body is blue in colour We should not hurt them It is beautiful to see them dance when it is raining Vaishak Peacock is our national bird It dances when it rains It has long beautiful feathers Its feathers are blue and green in colour Name: Peacock is the most beautiful bird It is our national bird It dances when it rains It has attractive feathers in blue, yellow, black, green and orange colours Name: 42

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Many students think, mathematics to be the most difficult subject and try to avoid it. If they adopt the following mathematics will be their easiest subject.

M Mood A Attention T Trick H Hardwork E Endurance M Methiod T Tact I Interest C Concentration S Solution

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My Little Garden

When Rahul is Captain Indian victory is Certain When Phatan Bowls Many wicket Rolls When Dhoni hits Sixers Australia is in Fixes When Shewag hits a Ton Hear the spectators, its great Fun When England won the Toss The opponents are at Loss When Grume Smith gets a Century South Africa creates History. When Pakistan comes to Bat It is wiped out Flat But amongst all countries, East or West, India is the Best.

We have developed a little garden in our land. Our garden is beautiful. Every morning, I wake up from the bed and take a walk in the garden. The fresh breeze is good for health. I love watching the morning sun rise. In our garden, we have planted different plants like jasmine, champak, hibiscus, periwinkle, rose, chikoo, banana, papaya and pomegranate etc. In two corners of our land we have planted coconut trees. In the garden, we also see birds, butterflies and squirrels. I love listening to cuckoo. I love my garden very much. Sometimes, i help my parents to clean the garden. M.N.Harsha II ‘A’

Authors & Poets Most stylish author – James ‘Jeans’ Most colour full author – ‘Brown’ing Most childish author – Tols’Toy’

My Family I live with my family. My father, mother, brother and sisters live with me. Every one in my family helps and takes care of one another. My mother’s name is Tara Begum. She looks after me and cooks food for me. My father’s name is Muneer Pasha. He plays with me and drives me to School. Sometimes, my grandparents also visit me. They play with me and tell me stories. They love their grandchildren. My grandfather’s name is Karim Saheb. My grandmother’s name is Tysum Nisa. A family is lot of fun. The family members share, care and help each other. Families can be big or small. When all members, Uncle, Aunt, cousins live together, it is a joint family. When just the father, mother and children live together, it a Nuclear family. By Shabrez

Spider

Clever spider spins a thread To make a trap we call a web. Clever spider knows that she Will have some insects with her tea.

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The owl on a Tree I saw an owl sitting on a tree He opened one eye And winked at me.

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Most romantic poet – ‘Love’lace Most thirsty poet – John ’Dry’ Den Sportsmen poet – Tennis’on’ Most healthy author – Thomos ‘Hardy’ Most talkative author – ‘Chatter’ton Costly author – ‘Pearls’ Buck Poet who is always at sea – ‘Shell’ey Quickest author – Jonathan ‘Swift’

GARDEN Kind hearts are the garden Kind thoughts are the roots Kind words are the flowers Kind freshness are the fruits

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LION

My favourite animal is the Lion It eats the flesh of other animals Lions live in den It is the King of the Jungle

TIGER

I like tiger the most It is our national animal It is orange in colour and has black stripes on it It is a powerful animal It can kill other animals Name:

My kite Kite, Oh! kite flying high Kissing the sky and coming back For me you are Hi- Fi

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