Loneliness

Adya Arushi
VI A

I love the meadows passing by,
lovely with waving crops,
But now lonely roads and leaves rustling by,
The memories have turned to tear drops.
I missed the time you were here,
You are the one who was so near….(Read More)


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MUSIC

Vinnayakaa Lalchandani
VII-C

Music plays an integral and essential role in our life. There are various types of music which we can enjoy according to our need and requirement. Some of us are habituated to listen to music during study time, playing indoor or outdoor games and other moments. However, everyone wants to listen to music in their spare time to get some enjoyment and relaxation. Listening to soothing music gives us relief and peace and makes us healthy mentally and spiritually. It helps us to get prevented from the metal and emotional problems all through the life. I love music a lot and will listen to it always.


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Mobile Phone

Shamandeep Singh
VI B

Mobile phone is a good technology which has become an important part of our lives. This attempt will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using mobile phones. Today, mobile phone has become popular since it is very convenient. The biggest advantage of having a mobile phone is you can communicate with your family and your friends no matter where you are. For instance, you can easily contact your friends. It is maybe the main reason why almost all people today choose to own a mobile phone. From the customer’s point of view, it is obvious that mobile phones assist you in business a lot, such as, make schedule of working, surf the …(Read More)


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Peace

Shantanu N. Choudhury
VIII C

Peace is something that cannot be obtained from you it is something the whole universe should fall upon. Peace is nothing about meditation or doing nothing, but peace according to me can be best described as a universal term that actually describes a blank space with no violence, clashes, condemnation or annihilation. This doesn’t mean that humans or the whole universe must be destroyed but it is a state where there will be no wars, blasts, killing or any disastrous chain of events. Imagine a …(Read More)


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Every flower was once a bud

Amarpreet Rawat
Teacher

Every teacher was once a student and every student is a learner. We all evolve as mature, complex humans by learning,unlearning and re learning in our life. We all make mistakes.So it’s ok. Chillax.
Forget the mistakes of the past and strive towards a new beginning. It’s new year. Go ahead and make a new year resolution. And yes, dont wait for the next year to make another resolution.
Make someone smile every day, touch a heart by your gesture, help the elderly and whatever you do, do your job well. By the end of the day, if you feel that you have tried your level best, it is a day well spent….(Read More)


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SAVE TIME – PRODUCTIVITY

Selwyn Francis
Teacher

You can’t change the number of hours in a day, but you can fill them more efficiently, with less stress and mental effort. You’ve likely heard this before, and perhaps your past efforts at time management have been, well, a waste of time. But most people’s attempts to increase productivity get derailed by two virtues of modern living: technology and options. Today’s onslaught of tech — smartphones, iPads, search engines, social media — is fragmenting our attention spans, gumming our mental gears with useless facts, and turning us into surface-level thinkers. At the same time, all the communication choices we have today — email, IM (Instant messaging), Skype or Gmail chat — are thwarting …(Read More)


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Butterflies welcome kids with all their colours

ASHISH R. KHADAKBAN
(SCIENCE TEACHER)

Butterflies, flutteryflies, one of the most common attractions for kids. We cannot describe the happiness on the children’s face when they see the natural beauty fluttering around them. Hence to expose the natural beauty to the students, we arranged a field trip for the students of standard three and four to the Rotary Butterfly Garden at Dombivli and Ovalekarwadi Butterfly Garden at Thane. School teachers showed their enthusiasm and joined the students in this trip of nature, ready to trail the path of these jewelled creatures….(Read More)


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ONE UNKNOWN USE OF BUTTON CELL

SARVESH HIWARKAR
7 A

Computers are the most useful gadgets in today’s world. Have you ever wondered that if you set time in the computer and power it off, and remove the plug and again power it on after a day, even then it shows correct time and date. This is because in the mother board there is a small lithium button cell which powers the date and time system when the computer is off, and it charges up when the computer is on. This fact is known by very few people, and majorly known only by the computer engineers.


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Are we (Indians) ready for Alternative Education?

Mrs. Ranjna Jangra
Principal

This was the topic of a panel discussion in a conference attended by me last week. What is Alternative Education? Any pedagogical approach which is different from the mainstream pedagogy can be called as the alternative education. Home Schooling is one of the examples of alternative education.
It is very popular in the countries like USA, UK and New Zealand. The question emerged in my mind was that why do we need Alternative Education? Can’t we have an appropriate blend of the conventional and alternative pedagogies in our schools?…(Read More)


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THIS IS NOT A FLOWER.

Niteesh Choudhury 
XIA

Daisies are not flowers. Neither are Dandelions, Thistles, Marigolds, Sunflowers, Dahlias and a whole host of other well-known plants with the archetypal ‘flower’ structure, as illustrated here with a glorious paint job by yours truly.

No, my friends, I am sorry to have to break it to you that these delightful little chappies, many of them in the Asteraceae, are not, in fact, flowers. No, they are inflorescences….(Read More)


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