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22 Jan 2019
Savings - A saviour of life - Dhruv Velan - Class XI B

Savings is a very important aspect of a successful life. It helps us to execute things as per our wish on time. It helps us in ensuring security for life. It gives us a security guarantee during an emergency. Savings is very important as it helps us in acquiring any property without any sort of collateral assets.

It provides us a security reserve to handle any situation or circumstance in future. It could be used any time to take a spontaneous decision. It provides us a security reserve to handle any situation or circumstance in future. It also helps and benefits us during a medical emergency. Without adequate ‘savings we are not safe from further crises in future, it may be medical or financial crises. Saving actually help us to live a safe life and gives us confidence in handle any circumstance in the future. So it is very important to cultivate the habit of saving things, or any sort of ‘resource’. The habit of saving is always fruitful. So saving must be practised by each and every one to live a safe and successful life.


   

21 Jan 2019
A Visit To The Medi Expo - Neha Shiv Shankar - Class VIII E

On 8th January 2019 we students of class 8 visited a Medi Expo in Ganga Hospital. It was a large setup with 3 halls. Each hall had various exhibits in it. Doctors explained the exhibits.

   In hall A, we learnt about the importance of spinal cord as well as physiotherapy. There was also a demonstration on first aid for road accidents and burns, this was simple and understood by everyone.

      In hall C, the doctors explained about how the heart and lungs function. The explanation was interesting and informative and we loved the way they explained it. We got the opportunity to gain knowledge about skin donation and fetus. We realized the importance of hand hygiene and steps to be followed while washing our hands.

      In hall B, we saw a variety of surgeries on a screen and we observed blood vessels through microscope. We explored the tools used by the doctors in surgery. This kindled my interest in becoming a doctor. Finally, we were shown a simulation of an operation theatre where the doctors explained the procedures like giving anesthesia, how they monitor the patient during surgery.

     It was a really informative and enjoyable experience. I look forward for such experiences.

 


   

21 Jan 2019
Gavel Club - My Experience - Hashmita - Class VII E

I like coming to the gavel club very much I realize that public speaking is necessary nowadays and it will become more important in the future. I thank my teacher for selecting me as a gavel club member. I am very proud to be one of the first batches of students of the gavel club. It really gives us a platform to speak and overcome the fear of speaking before an audience. It is really interesting to attend the meetings because we take up roles such as gavelier of the day, sergeant at arms, grammarian, timer and also give prepared speeches. The Ahcounter checks the fluency, the grammarian looks into the vocabulary and timer insists us to keep up the time while speaking. I have attended 7 meetings and I can see the change in myself. They train us in all angles of public speaking. I hope more people get interested and join the club and improve their speaking skills.


   

21 Jan 2019
Necessity of Savings - Preethi Prabha - Class XI B

We have all heard stories from our parents and grandparents on how they used to spend the minimum amount for their lives and how they would try to spend very cautiously. We have also been constantly advised to spend carefully and minimize daily expenses and are no strangers to hearing lectures about the importance of saving money. Sadly, today’s generation seems to turn a deaf ear to all that is being said.

Today’s generation, or Gen Z, as they are called seems to have forgotten the necessity of saving funds for their future. More money is spent on a single item of clothing than was spent to buy a month’s worth of groceries 10 years ago. The youth see to feel that spending so much improves their image and hence is necessary. At the same time, we have just begun to work, due to shortage of money. When they begin to realize the importance of saving funds earlier on, it is too late.

Savings are essentially, your insurance for a safe future. Disaster can strike any day, and we all have to be prepared for that, no matter how rich we are. The savings that you began to put together when you were in your teens may pull you out of a tight situation when you are in your late thirties even putting aside 10 rupees every day can help you in the long run.

Every single person of today’s generation must understand the importance of savings in our lives and begin to save as much as they can from this day, to work towards a better future.


   

02 Jan 2019
Bonjour 2019! - Tarini Agarwal - Class X
Each year brings with it new hopes and aspirations. People come together to reminisce upon the past year- laugh over the good days and ponder over the bad ones. 
2018 has been a year of many events. From section 377 being struck down to the spectacular performance of women in the Asian Games.
2019 is on the horizon and marks the 100th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre. We the people will elect a new prime minister for the nation. It will rain sixes in the ODI World Cup. 
For me and my peers, 2019 is going to be a transformative year. Writing the board exams for the first time and then going on to choose a stream. The year is going to test us, but will be a learning experience too!
I believe that 2019 should be the year of unity. We as a global community and should make further efforts to fight communalism, terrorism, racial discrimination and climate change.
I hope we take steps to invent a safer, more tolerant and a better India and 2019 brings to each of us more joy and prosperity

   

02 Jan 2019
My thoughts on the New Year - Harshita Pandey - Class X

2018 has been quite an eventful year - from the successful launch of NovaSAR and S1-4, to the excellent achievements India bagged in international sports, not to forget the one too many celebrity weddings we've seen and will get to see in the upcoming year.

2018 also gave rise to many social movements, like #MeToo, which gave a voice to women who decided to speak up against harassment, and rightfully so. In the situation of rescuing of Thai explorers, we saw how combined efforts can solve many difficulties. The condition of conflict-afflicted areas give us a reason why it's high time World Peace must be provided a permanent settlement in civilizations - be it through peace resolutions or international summits.

As this year comes to an end, it demarcates 100 years after the end of World War 1, which also means that so should violence, conflict, and harm towards the environment come be ended. It may sound cliché, but it must stop now, if societies must exist harmoniously.

The New Year primarily holds two things for me - the Board Examinations and 2019 General Elections. What do they have in common? Their consequences are unpredictable. As we gear up for our annual exams, we will also be watching the transition of an old government to a new one. On another note, I also feel that we, as global citizens, should feel morally responsible towards doing our bit to restore world peace and environmental equilibrium, because if it's not us, then who? And if not now, then when?



   

02 Jan 2019
Adios 2018, Welcome 2019 - Sanskriti Sharma - Class X B

 Firstly, a happy new year to everybody.

As I write this article I wonder how eventful 2018 has been and am curious about what 2019 holds. But isn’t that a question in everyone’s mind, considering the fact that 2018 had turned out to be such an iconic year. So many big things wrapped up in the last year. 2018 has truly been a blast but now it’s time to welcome the next year.

We all have our expectations from 2019. We expect from the year the way we expect great things from children. I for one write my boards in 2019 and I hope the New Year brightens my luck. The entire nation is on the edge of their seats for the 2019 election. After all the propaganda that has been around it. The sudden rise of the congress chief from the ashes of jokes and mockery left us spellbound at the end of 2018 and we can’t wait to see how the election will turn out. It is surprising to know that it will be a very tough competition.

Considering the whole #metoo thing that happened last year I sure hope that this year it will be the guys who will be told to think twice about their behavior and not the girls. For once someone will try and listen to us and understand how we feel. There will surely be new trends and fads that will catch up and I can’t wait to see what these awesome (or totally freakish) trends will be.

Most of us will make resolutions for this year once again (whether we follow them or not). We will try to forget the bad in last year and move on with our lives that may not change as much as we expect. The bottom line here is that we may practice the same things every year thinking that we are doing something new. We try to copy trends in the hope that we will trend if we do so whether we like the trends or not. Sometimes we don’t realize that every year our lives do change. The change may not be as fancy or dramatic as we expect, it may seem small at first but sometimes the small things do matter. Every year brings out something new in us and that change is what I look forward to this year. I have a feeling that this year will surely be great. So let’s hold on to our seats and see what happens. Once again, a very happy new year to everyone.



   

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