Atharva Naik
XI – A

What’s the greatest lesson a women should learn? that since the day one. she’s already had everything she needs within herself. it’s the world that convinced her she did not. Women have suffered a long history of antagonism and, to be realistic, the history hasn’t ended till date. In the common notions women are allegorised as perfect wives, loving mothers, lovable daughters etc., but this conception restricts them to the domestic sphere; be dependent on men; get tormented by the patriarchy society. BUT NOT ANYMORE!! Women are eventually making their way out of the quagmire of the stereotypes, discriminations and social stigmas. They are scaling the unprecedented peaks of success. Women are exhibiting their prowess in all the domains known to mankind. They are becoming CEOs, engineers, doctors, scientists, authors, artists etc. They are not only competing with men but are also showcasing their eminence. But unfortunately, not every woman is privileged to be so. We live in 21st century (2018 to be precise). We reckon ourselves to live in a modern era and so should be the women of today- Modern Women. Modern Women is not a class of women that is desired but it’s a movement that believes and aims to bring all the women (ALL THE WOMEN!!) out of the misery. To be a modern woman means to be independent of subservience to patriarchy society; it means to have an identity; it means to be able to take your life decisions; and most importantly it means not to regret to be a woman. A modern woman mends her life by herself, distinguishes herself or at least aims to distinguish herself from other. To boil thing down, it means to be an epitome of defiance of suppression. Though these women are not a rare sight in our metropolitans but still this phenomenon is not universal. There are still orthodox communities throughout the world where women are still stuck in the swamp of atrocity. The movement of modern women is inevitable, but the question is when will the unfortunates savvy it. Thus, it is the necessity to promulgate the idea, the movement to the masses to bring out a revolution that would change the lives of all the women and the world for good.

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Asmi Momin
8 – A

When I take a chance to close my eyes,
I see the past glance full of joyful cries.
Tiny toddlers jumping around with no worries,
Growing up suddenly with the flow of scenes.
When I open up my eyes, To my surprise, I realise,
With the blink of my eyes,the scene’s changed
And we’re adolescents, sometimes happy, sometimes outraged.
And here we have the exam time!
With a weird, unknown tension in our mind.
Although we do our best preparations,
We tend to forget some or the other explanation.
And just before the exam week, is a time of havoc
With few mugging up answers and putting them a lock.
And teachers taking resolutions to complete the corrections
Also some students becoming the reason for their agitation.
But the true test is not of few days or few weeks,
We’re on a weighing balance of vigilance and trendy deeds.
We ought to be sensible enough to balance them correctly,
To excel in the exams of school and life simultaneously….

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Aahil Mohammed Ashraf
4 – D

Exam are round the corner because of that I am having fever. I prefer the usual fever I get because it can be healed by medicines but this exam fever has no medicine. The only medicine is end of the exam. I wish the exam could be taken orally without any writing. Then I would be having no exam fever. Due to exams these weekend outings are also cancelled . My mother is shopping for summer holidays now only so that she can teach me during April. It might be same in all houses. Every child is worried and suffering from exam fever now. My fever will be high on SST exam. My fever will be low on maths exam. My favorite cartoon channels are also asking for pin witch my mother says will automatically open on the last day of my exams. Exam fever is fast spreading. I wish it heals soon.

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The nature

Prasiddhi Borgaonkar
5 – F

Unlimited sounds,
The greatest joy of life a nature,
The feeling of the noise chirp chirp chirp
Were the joy is vice versa,
Creatures jumping, howling, climbing all,
The song of birds in blue, how the picture you made god?

The king of the jungle roars high,
This is the nature man
How homeless they can be,
We are souls and the animals are heart
To live life full of joy,
Think man! A part of ape!


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Exams have always been a great task in our country,specially Boards.

Julie Ghosh

Exams have always been a great task in our country,specially Boards. I remember mine. Where grandma would pray all day that’s her way of helping. Mom would prepare all that you love to eat just to boost your mood. Even the television serial would be like Buniyad would be comprised for me not to be distracted. Dad would reduce the volume of the telephone ringing and make sure the vehicle is serviced all stationary is in abundance.My siblings were given warnings not to disturb me and even curtail their excitement at times. My teachers were constantly giving last minute guidance at the center. All the students of other classes were asked to pray with special intentions by the principal. Neighbours n relatives show up or call up to convey their wishes. Considering all this the exams are surely eventful actually. So many people involved. All this was not give any importance by me back then but today I recollect it and fell I was loved by all of them and surely they deserved to be made proud of me so I gave my best and stood third in the college. But if I realised all this back then I would definitely come first. Lesson:don’t wait to make them proud just do it to feel empowered by their love.

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Let’s raise healthy kids, happy kids

Amarpreet Rawat

In an era of uncertainties and opportunities, challenges and [at times] oddities, let’s raise kids who can face all of these, who can face success and failure, both.

Let’s not raise kids who can celebrate success, but can’t handle failure. Let’s raise kids who take adversities in their stride and strive to turn obstacles into stepping stones. For that, we need to condition them in a manner that we are currently not accepting ourselves.

How do we accept failure as adults?  I am asking you this question as kids look up to us for inspiration. So let us take success and failure in the same stride. Let us be role models and inspire them to accept the adversities of life too. We, as parents, teach our kids to succeed. Let us teach them to fail in a dignified manner and not panic in such times. Let us teach them to handle their emotions constructively.

We need to instill a faith in them that we are there for them –in their successes and definitely in their failures. Only then will we see them achieve success in a manner we have never dreamt of. Only then will they get wings to fly, as they would have an assurance that if they stumble, we are their guardians, we are there to give them a compassionate ear, a helping hand, a shoulder to cry.

So let’s raise healthy kids, happy kids friends.

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Zoya Mukri

My experience in this school is amazing . I studied in another school till 6th standard. To change my syllabus I had to change my school. Here the first day of my school, I was very nervous, I was worried about my studies,making new friends and many thoughts were arising in my mind. It was the same for some days. Then after a week or so,I felt better. I thought that CBSE school subject teachers may be very strict.But I was wrong! My subject teachers are very free to speak,They are very kind and have an excellent nature and are down to earth. They not only teach us our chapters or whatever is in the portion , But they also tell us about their personal experiences which is related to some chapter or the memories of their childhood, which relaxes our mind and makes the period more interesting. They encourage every child and do bring out the best in them. Not only the subject teachers but also our other teachers like dance, singing,yoga, art and craft , martial arts and p.e are also perfect and cheer us. And speaking of friends, they are also very nice to me . Whenever I need some help they are ready , Nobody will ever refuse. I never feel alone and lonely in this school. There is a kind of healthy relationship between all of us. We are always like a big family

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Learning to Fly

Aashnaa Mehta
8 – C

The time when you are insecure and full of doubt,
When, at times, you just want to shout,
When new ideas and thoughts begin to sprout, Isn’t that what adolescence is all about?
The time when you feel you have grown wings,
The time when you have continuous mood swings; There are instances when you just want to be left alone,
About acne and becoming fat, you moan.
Where has time gone, when you were a kid?
When from slides you used to slid,
Childhood was when you enjoyed making a mess; And not caring about your hair or the way you dress.
Adolescence is the time when we become mature, But now, regarding ourselves, we are so unsure; Let us enjoy, as this time won’t come again,
But we have to make sure our hormones don’t control our brain.

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Padmaja Vikas Chavan
12 – B

17 years of my existence on Earth and I still wonder what tangible had I done more than a realization that I become less in all aspects, each time I learn something new and I could phrase in no way how ecstatic I feel more than feeling little about it for I easily surmise how much is there to learn and assimilate in ourselves more than conceiving what we don’t know. There are always some things which come straight from the heart more than they being manipulated, for every surviving person is a human and does has a heart. At some points in our lives, we fail but after that, we tend to effectuate that things are like ‘Mausam ke Badal’ (mind my bad English, I had no other words to say) and they do influence our lives in ways such that it becomes a trap for us and until we discern we are into it, we are actually ravaged by it. What I intuitively want to say is- WE NEED SELF CONTROL ON OURSELVES. We need to surmise the fact that our emotions shouldn’t master our actions and consequently, our actions shouldn’t be commanding us. Things we like are an inducement to us and we should not be led by it for prehistoric humans had had withstood earlier without worldly lures and lusts and we can’t simply because we are already gone with the flow. Some things are not taught- they are instead acquired with age and failures. Textbooks do teach us many things but then there are things which impediments over things which are not settled teach us and I cannot equitably estimate the amount. Once when I was cycling, I had a disastrous fall, flat on my face and my control over my handlebars was succumbed and the portion of my cycle above the head tube disintegrated, undividedly. It was a scattered into parts and the reader cannot profoundly estimate my pain, seeing it in that contingency. When I took it for repair, the ‘bhaijaan’ said that the ball bearings inside the adjusting barrel had dwindled-off and that had caused the disintegration. Believe me, I felt inadequate in myself because we (at that time, ‘I’ ) reason of people as mediocre to us, presuming that literacy is the principal determinant of assessing one’s measure of propensity and understanding more than their effectiveness in administering their profession. People have their own reasons behind things which happen in their lives and people like bhaijaan, who seem to have literally no knowledge of how stuffs work, but nevertheless, is the ablest at what he does, and we students who essentially know nothing, gloat of skills, which they actually own none. Everyone is his level best at things which he does by heart and more productive at those which he does without installing in any efforts for inventions result, unexpectedly (do mind out why had I said inventions and not discoveries). Of things concerning brother, yes, he has BOTHERED me a LOT, but accept me, he’s so immeasurable at heart (more than how much I had scolded him), for each time he grounded in trouble, no matter how big or small, he used to come to me-first- weeping and smashed in grief and tears (earlier, not now) remembering well that the world may conspire against him, but, his sister will always endure by his side and I know well that I need to be my best at holding and impersonating my role as a sister more than attempting to burn him in the flames of my anger, simply, by scolding him. Sometimes, we need to be more of a human than being overly judgemental in what we do, primarily in things which affect others. Sometimes, rules should be kept aside, otherwise, Antonio’s flesh had to be sacrificed. (Ref: The pound of flesh which I demand of him Is deerely bought, ’tis mine, and I will haue it.) WE NEED MORE PORTIAS THAN SHYLOCKS ! Now, For me, satisfaction is when I see faces of small children, lighted with pleasure, overflowing the brim of all confinements and anxieties. The most beautiful creations are they and I have got a reason to pleasure myself – be there baits to deceive me or my own solicitudes imprisoning me, it doesn’t sway me, even to the least, for, I have already CONQUERED them long back. So , ALWAYS be – ‘STRONG’ ! PADMAJA. V CHAVAN

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Asmi Momin
8 – A

In this modernised and competitive era, we are compelled to lead a stressful and busy life. Yet in this situation everyone wants to be socially recognised. Thus it is quite essential for a person to remain physically as well as mentally fit to maintain a social balance in their stressful schedule. It’s very important for a person, especially children to be fit and smart in order to succeed. It’s required for their development. Being healthy will give them a disease free and longer life and smartness can help to tackle with various problems hindering their way. So friends, Be healthy be smart, Come on get up! U can still start Be it exercise or healthy eating, All will help you in better leading

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