Special Class Assembly: Std. V A3: “मां का सम्मान”

 

Special Class Assembly: Std. V A3: “मां का सम्मान”

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'Mother', an emotion, a thought and a never ending stream of love and to show this emotion the

students of class 5th organised a thematic assembly with the theme “मां का सम्मान”. The

schedule started with a group song on mother as a blessing in every walk of life. There is saying

that you understand the value of things only when they are gone which was well elucidated by a

play showing an orphan child missing his mother’s soul and a daughter addressing the students

to respect their mother's love and sacrifices. And what better end there could be than an oath to

honour the affection of your mother-the eternal beauty.

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An Introduction to Class Assemblies:

In order to encourage students, to get rid of thier public speaking fears, to spread and share

valuable ideas and thoughts we have introduced special class assemblies. Where the complete

class performs various activites and spreads a specific message. This was the first class

assembly of session 2016-17.

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Class Teacher: Mrs. Anita Kar

Participants: Dimple Bharti, Tejansh Gupta, Arpita Chaudhary,

Disha Gyanchandani, Juhi Parnami, Yash Gwalani, Arnav Sharma, Nitin Singh, Shekhawat,

Mayank Sharma, Harshit Bhojwani, Parth Pasricha, Dhruv Kumpawat,Yashika Goswami, Saloni

Motwani, Dhruv Budhani, Mehul Kumpawat, Ronit Bhatia, Kritika Sharma, Harshita Verma.

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Article by : Pragati Mot 

Std. XII Commerce 

Senior Editor, Press and Photography Club

Photo Credits: Harshit Lalwani 

Std. XII Commerce

Senior Photographer, Press and Photography Club

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Our second sister school from England, Lincoln UTC

Today, we had our very first Skype chat with our second sister school from England, Lincoln UTC. Students had a general introduction about school life and how different it is in the two corners of the world, lifestyle, education, technology etc... The conversation was energetic, intriguing and animated!
Mr. Ross Little, our coordinator from Lincoln was extremely kind and cordial and so were his students. It was a great experience for all of us.
Here's what a very humble Mr. Little had to say about us:
"Your students were incredible, so eloquent in their speaking and impeccably dressed. Your questions were very impressive.

 

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World Cancer Day Donation and Awareness Drive

Science club celebrates World Cancer Day Donation and Awareness Drive : Visit to BMHRC

 

 

“Is there a Hope for Humanity in Society? Yes there is! For, on Saturday, the 9th of April, the Science Club of St. Edmund’s School, Malviya Nagar, took a step towards humanity; they participated in a noble cause, by visiting BMCHRC to lend a helping hand in treating a cancer patient.

 

 


This step was taken after a successful cancer awareness and donation drive organised on 4th Feb’16 on the occasion of The World Cancer Day. These young minds achieved a milestone in charity at their level, as a needy patient (suffering from gall bladder cancer stage II) was admitted to BMCHRC whose treatment was sponsored. They cleared her bills and were also looking forward to even help with her post treatment Diet and medications, but the patient gave away.

 


Apart from this good deed the club members gained a lot from this visit under the direction of Dr. Anil Kumar Gupta (M.S. Surgical Oncology, BMCHRC) and Mrs. Mamta Sharma (Biology dept., St. Edmund’s School); from actually watching a sonography taking place in Radio Diagnosis Department to glancing at the latest equipment’s - 16 SLICE CT Scan (With Latest Technology), Mammography (To Diagnose breast Cancer), Colour Doppler, etc. Then the students reached the Nuclear Medicine Department (a restricted area) where they came across PET CT 16 SLICE (First in Rajasthan), various protective equipment’s such as lead coats, etc. to not let radiations harm human bodies.


At last , the visit concluded with the interview of Dr. Anil, who answered all the questions efficiently well, telling the students about the basic nature of cancer cells, their multiplication and how patients need to have a regular follow up with the doctor even after the treatment, as cancerous tissues may not have fully been destroyed. The students also met a patient’s attendant, who told them how his patient’s negligence about a bruise in his mouth turned to be disaster for him as it developed into cancer.


The students clicked pictures and took notes of the valuable information and bid adieu to the hospital staff, who promised them to allow them a second visit for a better understanding of the things. Overall, it was an erudite and exciting affair, as quoted by the students.

 

 

 

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World Earth Day

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"We don't inherit Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children."
St. Edmund's Science Club has been doing a great job in spreading awareness about various scientific ideas and making sure that they stay on top of their game in order to encourage scientific temper.
Today, Tanmay Nayyar of garde XII enlightened everyone about the importance and history of this very special day; WORLD EARTH DAY.
Tanmay, as a member of the science club, questioned why we need to save our planet and from what? Humans are probably the worst thing that has happened to the mother ‪#‎Earth‬‬. What wrong have we done? and what right can we do? Today, the world faces some unprecedented environmental challanges. Global warming, pollution of water, land etc.. are at alarming levels and it might already be too late to reverse certain effects. But if we work together and make things better, we can offer a ray of hope for our future generations.

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On this ‪#‎WorldEarthDay‬‬ our respected Director Sir, Dr. Anoop Singh planted a sapling, a plant that is metaphorical to the light in this darkness and hope in times of despair.

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We urge all of you to contribute in which everyway you can, to save our planet. Recycle- Reuse- Reduce. Don't throw garbage out in the open. Use public transport. Walk. Discourage the use of harmful chemicals. Anything you can!

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Happy World Earth Day all of you!

 

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NBA JAM IN EDMUND’S

 

NBA JAM IN EDMUND’S

 

What’s synonymous to NBA ?
It's St. Edmund's !
130 teams from all across the city will gather at St. Edmund's Malviya Nagar, today to vie for the win at the NBA JAM Jaipur Chapter.

 

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World Cancer Day 4th FEB 2016

 

St. Edmund's Science Club organised an awareness drive, where every member of the Edmund's family was urged to wear coloured ribbons associated with a particular type of cancer.
The joint secretary, Vidipta Sharma of XI Science, enlightened the morning assembly with information on cancer, its prevention and cure. She also lay stress on the importance of this day and how we all need to stand together and face this deadly disease.
The students are also conducting a donation drive for the cancer patients.

A very warm welcome to the guests from Odsherreds Efterskole,Denmark.

 

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WORLD FOOD DAY ‬: DONATION DRIVE

 

After a great response from the school, with collections (wheat, rice, pulses) soaring over 1500 kgs, ‪‎Science Club‬‬ had a major responsibility to make sure that the food is delivered at the right place to the right people.
So, it was decided that about one third of the total collection (~500 kgs) will be donated to The Mother Teresa Home, C scheme, Jaipur.
Students were able to see and realise that how fortunate we are that we do not have to bother about the basic needs in life. It not only teaches us to be sympathetic towards others but also shows us the path that leads to becoming a person who cares and shares with the people around him.
It was a heart melting experience for everyone. We may not have done a lot for them but we did something that will create men and women of tomorrow who are unselfish and have a heart big enough to accommodate the needy.
The remaining collection will soon be donated to other organisations.

 

 

 

 

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