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"we can create our own character and write our own script, if properly taught : 'in a very real sense ..........human beings create themselves' and school can be the stage on which children work through the plot, rehearse their roles, learn the cues, create social functions, try out their ' ideal selves ' for size, play hero parts which demonstrate their capability for greatness."
~JERRY STARRATT EXPERT SCHOOL LEADERSHIP
 
 
 
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15 Jun 2019
Art - Neha Rajesh - Class X B

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15 Jun 2019
Preserve Nature For Future - K T Vaishnavisri - Class X B

     Cool breezes, fluttering of butterflies, sweet chirping of birds are part of nature. We can’t venture into the forests which has trees as big as dinosaurs and saplings of the size of one’s finger, if nature was not gifted by God. People go in search of something that one does not possess and forget to love and care for something that they have. This is the scenario of today’s world. People yearn to develop technology and are overwhelmed towards fashion, but fail to conserve their life-giving ‘Mother Nature’.

            To protect the Environment from sinking in the ocean of population, pollution and corruption, the UN celebrates ‘June 5’ as the World Environment Day every year. They focus on spreading awareness, by opting for a new creative topic each year about the conservation of Natural Resources and Wildlife. As the sons and daughters of our Mother Nature, it is our duty and responsibility to conserve the environment.

As the saying goes, ‘Every good or bad habit of a person starts at home’, people should have the habit of planting trees around their houses. If each person starts following this, the country would look green all around within a few years. The worst problem today is the excessive use of plastics and lack of proper waste disposal system. We can reduce the amount of plastic bags used by taking our own cloth or paper bags for shopping.

‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’, children should be given practice to dispose wastes in trash and put any waste lying down, in the dustbins. This way, one can have a better management of waste in the nation. To curb water and air pollution, sewage or smoke should be filtered and cleaned before letting it out. Using bicycles, electric – vehicles or taking a walk reduces the amount of suspended particles in the air.

The trees which make the surroundings cool are being cut down. Due to this global warming increases and we use Air Conditioners to stay chill. Is it right to destroy a natural cooler and develop an artificial one? The answer would be ‘absolutely no’. “Earth provides enough to satisfy everyman’s need but not everyman’s greed”, said Father of our Nation Mahatma Gandhiji. Everyone must understand that Nature is a miracle on which everyone of us depend upon and hence, as children we must save, respect and preserve the wonders of our Mother Nature.


   

13 Jun 2019
What can I do to preserve or protect my environment?- Mridula.R- Class VII E

    I can do many things to preserve my environment from my side. I can carry cloth bags to market to buy things. I can save paper by preserving my old notebooks and making a new notebook with those or do a good and useful craft out of it. I can print papers less and write short information. I can switch off fans and lights when not in use. I will not use fans when not necessary. I will minimize the use of water to bath, brush, wash my clothes etc. and close the tap without fail. I can use shower less and use buckets and mugs to bath. I can go to a nearby shop by cycle or by walk. I can use carpool when possible. So, friends come on it’s our earth lets preserve it!

Save the earth! We have nowhere else to go…


   

11 Jun 2019
The Environment- Life’s Breath - K K Sangavi - Class X B

Nature, a God given gift is something that is irreplaceable. It is crucial for our existence and its involvement and importance can be witnessed right from our breath, an indispensable need to miscellaneous luxuries. Gandhi once quoted, “Nature is for one’s need and not greed”. On one side is human greed and on the other side lingers man’s exploitation of nature. From strewing plastics to discarding dyes in rivers is what we, the humans do. It is high time we realize, repent and resolve the harm we have caused. It is time to set things right.

                   Hence, it is necessary to adopt greener and cleaner measures to safeguard the environment. Using recyclable bottles and jars, metal water bottles, avoiding polythene bags and using alternatives like cloth bags, saying no to plastic plates and straws, opting for paper straws, paper pencils is the least we can do. Treating effluents in water from factories, using filters to clean contaminated smoke from chimneys, preferring to walk, carpool or cycle instead of using individual modes of commute are measures to be adopted by society. If not now, then when? If not us, then who?Nature, a God given gift is something that is irreplaceable. It is crucial for our existence and its involvement and importance can be witnessed right from our breath, an indispensable need to miscellaneous luxuries. Gandhi once quoted, “Nature is for one’s need and not greed”. On one side is human greed and on the other side lingers man’s exploitation of nature. From strewing plastics to discarding dyes in rivers is what we, the humans do. It is high time we realize, repent and resolve the harm we have caused. It is time to set things right.

                   Hence, it is necessary to adopt greener and cleaner measures to safeguard the environment. Using recyclable bottles and jars, metal water bottles, avoiding polythene bags and using alternatives like cloth bags, saying no to plastic plates and straws, opting for paper straws, paper pencils is the least we can do. Treating effluents in water from factories, using filters to cleansterilize contaminated smoke from chimneys, preferring to walk, carpool or cycle instead of using individual modes of commute are measures to be adopted by society. If not now, then when? If not us, then who?


   

04 Jun 2019
Emancipation of Women and the Girl Child - K.K.Sangavi - Class X B

                     Said Jawaharlal Nehru, “When a woman is educated, the society moves and in turn does the nation move.”  Women play a pivotal role in the lives of millions. Right from the minute, trivial things to major decisions, they are responsible for the flourishing of a nation. They are the backbones. They labour at home, doing petty chores like cleaning, cooking without any expectations but contentment. They also toil day in and out in the wide world, earning, serving millions by being healers, preachers, helpers and protectors.

                         Such has been the role of women in reality. However, such multifaceted services rendered by them compromise on their safety and freedom. Centuries back, women weren’t educated, tied and bound by the chains of suppression. Odd jobs were their cup of tea. Then came the change of times when women’s education became the primary aspect of our fundamental rights. People expressed their discontent on the yester customs through dissent that led to the abolition of cruel and brutal practices like the devadasi system, sati, compromised property rights and the forcing of dowry that had put a stop to the liberty and emancipation of women. This has made the females independent and dignified, earning respect and equality in all fields and walks of life. Still exists a state where women are subjected to harassment and abuse. This state has been seeing gradual change after strict restrictory measures imposed by the government.

                                      Hence it is necessary to realise that women folk are the lifeline of any nation and strive hard for their empowerment by sowing the seeds of emphasis on the education, health and societal status of woman kind.               


   

04 Jun 2019
Women- The Origin of Life - Nandhikha D- Class X B

It is the 21st century. Women are at par with men in the fields of technology, education, sciences, sports and what not! But still there prevails a thought in most people “she is after all a girl”. There are just a handful of people who know about women who were inevitable in the creation of this novel world of Technology. All of us are aware about the Nobel laureate Madame Marie Curie but how many of us ever know about Laura Bassi, the first ever woman scientist!

India is a country  looked down as a nation which suppressed women was once a haven of women scientists, scholars, writers and so on. Long before Madame Curie and Laura there were Lopamudra, Maitreyi and Gargi, the women scholars of ancient India. The day we began to forget the sanctity of our traditions superstitions began to rule over.

The era of women inferiority and male hegemony began. People became bigoted to insane practices in the name of religion. Through Sati not only numerous women were burnt to ashes but also societal progress which could have been brought about, if at all women were empowered. The plague of inequality spread and steered the lives of people. Women just because they were different from men were denied education, rights of taking decisions, coming up in diverse fields.

Even though we say that inequality is a myth in today’s world, it still reigns over the freedom of women. The mere 10 percent of women in the cabinet is a clear show of the equality that prevails in the country at present. The increase in the numberof women in the Parliament has not been significant over the years. The nutritional and educational levels of girls also lie far behind those of boys in rural areas. Though women have broken the bars of inequality and suppression there still exist the barriers of insecurity and social evils like harassment that they have to break.

Women have begun to empower themselves but it can happen only if we create a world that is safe and secure for all the people and not to forget the environment

   

01 Jun 2019
Women in Society -Nitish Ram S – X B

Women in today’s world are being ostracized and rejected in many situations. People say that the twenty first century has been a tremendous change for women’s freedom and they have attained pure independence. There has been some change overtime, but this is not the situation in many rural and small places.

            Job opportunities have been increased for women in cities, so they seem to be independent. But mostly, women are only made to do household chores. Even education is not properly provided to girls in many places and they are married and sent to their husbands’ house. This happens to girls even at younger ages. This state needs to be improved and women should come out to the outer world. Their education and employment contributes to the economical growth of a country.

            Thus, the idea of women empowerment must be spread in all places and their welfare would change the state of our country and the world.


   

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