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A Talk by Captain Shalini Singh

A Talk by Captain Shalini Singh

The students of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Vasundhara, Ghaziabad had an insightful talk with the school alumni, Captain Shalini Singh who is a proud Indian Army Veteran, inspirational speaker and reigning Mrs India Classic, Queen of Substance. Capt Shalini in her talk emphasized on the fact that it is your mind that has to change, and not the situations. With the change in your mindsets and thought processes you can achieve anything the way you want. You are the in charge of your life, no one else is. Students were extremely motivated towards the actuality that it is we, ourselves who are responsible for whatever happening in our lives. Adapting positivity leads to positive occurrences in your life and vice versa. Focus is the key element to achieve anything and one must be clear about his/ her visions or goals. You will always be surrounded with multiple distractions, but it is your focus that makes you adhere to your desired path. Captain Shalini put light on the importance of shaping one’s destiny. One must not give up, ever! You are never to be bothered about others; you are here to judge your own capabilities. She concluded her session saying, “Believe in yourself” and “Give up on giving up”.


The Principal cum Director, Mrs Manju Rana, thanked her for her inspiring words and for being there to guide the young Jaipurians for their lives. The students of class XII were truly enthused to hear her and were certain to abide by what all they took away with them through the session.







Happy Independence Day

Happy Independence Day

Heartiest congratulations to all the proud Indians for the glorious return of our Independence Day. As the nation is basking in the revelry of 72nd Independence Day commemoration, our heads our held high with dignity and pride, with the saga of achievements recounted aloud not only by our country but also the whole world today.

Our country which has been a witness to the savagery, a victim of pillage , a dupe of denigration, soft target of humiliation under hundred years of colonialism, has displayed immense resilience and tenacity In not only restoring what was lost but also creating an invincible and robust position for itself in the global scenario. But to do so was not a piece of cake. A lot of strategic planning, industriousness, resolution, single-mindedness and passion went into it before the results could be heaped. This leaves us with no doubts about our potential to reach new heights in the sky of progress.

The freedom which we attained is completely secured in the hands of our Indian soldiers. We are sure that any threat to our freedom from any foreign element will be dealt with unsparingly. Sadly, it is not the external threat that concerns us today, rather the trivialization of our much treasured freedom at the hands of a few self-centered traitors, which has posed a serious peril to our country. The fact that the social and gender discrimination, corruption, greed for power and its misuse, unabashed demolishment of women’s dignity, onslaught on rights of people, still mar the visage of our free country compels us to deliberate on the question if we are still free. Not only this, despite scaling the ladder of technological progress, a large segment of our society is still ensnared in the web of religious and political orthodoxy.

Everyone doesn’t have to be a soldier standing at the borders to combat the enemies of our freedom. If we all become warriors guarding the precincts of our mind and heart from the influence of unpatriotic conduct and are unyielding in our refusal of putting our interest first than the nation , who in the world can stare maliciously at our freedom?

Blessed is a person who can breathe in free air. Let’s not take our freedom for granted. Let’s not become slaves at the hand of our self-created egocentricity. Let’s stand and unite to preserve and uphold the freedom of our nation.

Jai Hind






The Art of Parenting

The Art of Parenting

Let parents bequeath to their children not riches, but the spirit of reverence

The beautiful smile of an innocent face, the blabbering of a guileless mortal, the capricious world of our children with their hearts brimming with vitality and eyes gleaming with hopes and then watching the creation through the binoculars of our children’s dreams – isn’t this spectacle the one we would like to live for? Blessed is the art of parenting which let us be the part of this miraculous journey and lays opens the peregrination which begins with the infant’s cry in the hospital and then knows no end.

Without doubts, parenting is all about showering love and adoration on our children. Our selfless love always longs to see our children growing in most comforts, receiving the best of the education, making a mark in the world with a bight career. It will be difficult to find a parent who in his consciousness would not like to provide a prosperous life to his child. But if everybody is contributing his bit, why is that, the need of counselors in the schools has suddenly seen a surge, why is that the growing instances of juvenile crime are on a rise? These questions often boggle our minds when surprisingly we, the parents, knowingly or unknowingly are an accomplice in shaping the world of the children, as it is conspicuous to the world today. ‘You should learn to adjust’, ‘You should be polite’, and ‘How can you speak a lie to me?’ ‘Life is not a bed of roses, face it boldly’…We often preach these gallant thoughts to our children but ironically not when their minds are impressionistic enough to accept it, not when the clay of their thoughts can be molded lithely, not when the child exhibits a conduct in contrast to what is desirable for the first time unwittingly, but only when the ignored nave demeanor takes an obstinate form and starts affecting our lives. This is the time we wake up to the fact that we have gone somewhere amiss in our parenting. Our disillusionment with our children is often a manifestation of our misplaced expectations– a clash between the nature of bricks used during construction and the edifice so designed. Read More

A Delightful Comeback

A Delightful Comeback

Welcome Back Dear Children!

We hope that this break from the routine must have been rejuvenating. Reading your favourite books, playing with friends, travelling to your desireddestination, gossiping, making mischiefs, all must have been at its peak during this interval. So many experiences to be shared, numerous surprises to be unveiled and how can we forget – long awaited informal chats and laughter of our dearies-the school is eagerly waiting to hear the chirruping of yours.
Along with providing a respite from the heat and breaking the monotony oflife, the vacation must have given you ample time to plan your academic year ahead judiciously.

You must have geared yourself up for the upcoming examinations. In fact why just examinations, plethora of activities and cultural events are in the pipeline and looking forward to your enthusiastic participation. This was also the best time to give an insight into all your shortcomings and finding ways to overcome them.

Dear students,life is best lived when there is perfect harmony betweenwork and leisure. We hope that you made best out of your leisure and will now focus on your work as a student with all your concentration, gusto and vitality. Let’s re-begin our academic journey with a bang!

Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day

A mother gives all her time to satisfy our countless needs besides teaching us the values of love, care, togetherness and trust in life. Certainly one of the best ways to honor the unconditional love of mothers is by celebrating Mother’s Day.

The pre-primary wing of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School celebrated this day by inviting their mothers and respected Headmistress ma’am and Co-ordinator ma’am. Students of class nursery tapped their feet on a peppy song followed by a cheerful rhyme on “Mother’s Day”.

Tiny tots of class Prep also presented a spectacular rhyme on “Super Hero”. The outcome of their efforts was mesmerizing. The highlight of the event was Collage making. Mothers passionately got involved in making marvelous collages by pasting their snaps with their little ones. Each and every collage was innovative and unique in it’s own way. To make the celebration more special, mothers participated in balloon pyramid game, which was indeed a great fun. Children were delighted to see the liveliness and enthusiasm of their mothers participating in competitions.

The celebration came to an end by cake cutting, which was distributed among all.
At the end of the day the boundless joy of celebrating this event was visible on the faces of all.

Article Credited By: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Ghaziabad

ISA activity held during April and May

ISA activity held during April and May

Classes I to XII participated in the ISA Activity titled- Rendezvous with our glorious past: Let’s peep into our history. The teachers from Primary to Senior level enthusiastically organized Rendezvous With Our Glorious Past: An enactment competition wherein the students of senior classes enacted great rulers of all times, as per the country assigned to them. Heritage Quiz for the students of class VI to VIII and Article Writing on various topics like Incredible India, Monuments: Our Architectural Masterpieces, Cultural Diversity etc. for the students of class IX to XII.

These activities are a part of value addition in the knowledge of the students regarding the lives of people around the world who created their mark on the sand of time and became famous. They enacted the great rulers like Louis Bonaparte from Italy, Qin Shihuang from China and Charles de Gaulle from France to name a few. The students knew about the lives of the great heroes recognized globally for their outstanding contribution in the creation of our glorious past. The students also understood the architectural aspect of the world heritage sights. They also gained knowledge about the rich heritage of various countries such as China, Spain, Italy, France, UK, India.

Article Credited By: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Ghaziabad

Buddha Poornima

Buddha Poornima


Buddha Poornima, also known as Buddha Jayanti celebrates the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha, the founder of the Buddhist religion and is said to be the ninth ‘avatar’ of Lord Vishnu. It was on Buddha Poornima that the three important events of Lord Buddha took place – his birth, his enlightenment and his death (Nirvana).

While we rejoice on this day, we should also havean insight into his teachings. These teachings aim at cessation of sufferings and leave one in a state of self-awakening.So true were his words when he said, “Nothing is lost in this universe.” Matter turns into energy, energy turns into matter.We are the same as plants, as trees, as other people, as the rain that falls. We consist of that which is around us, we are the same as everything. If we destroy something around us, we destroy ourselves. If we cheat another, we cheat ourselves. Does that not beautifully expounds why we need to refrain ourselves from the deadly rampage we have initiated to become the supreme power on this earth?

Gautama Buddha had a strong belief in the theory of ‘Karma’-‘ As you sow, so shall you reap’. What we give to the universe comes back to us someday and we all are a witness to it. An experienced and worldly wise person would acknowledge the fact that goodness begets benevolence and malice begets hatred.Lord Buddha said,

“The kind of seed sown
will produce that kind of fruit.
Those who do good will reap good results.
Those who do evil will reap evil results.
If you carefully plant a good seed,
You will joyfully gather good fruit.”

Nothing ever happens to us unless we deserve it. We receive exactly what we earn, whether it is good or bad. We are the way we are now due to the things we have done in the past. Our thoughts and actions determine the kind of life we can have. If we do good things, in the future good things will happen to us. If we do bad things, in the future bad things will happen to us. Every moment we create new ‘karma’ by what we say, do, and think. If we understand this, we do not need to fear ‘karma’. It becomes our friend. It teaches us to create a bright future. Sometimes the delay in justice leaves us disappointed and shatters our belief in the laws of the universe, but according to Gautama Buddha there could be a delay but no denial in conferring justice on the people, by the supreme adjudicator of this creation.

The noble eightfold path or the middle way preached by Lord Buddha has a universal appeal andfinds its relevance even today. Adherence to the principle of Right speech,action,intent, concentration, conduct,effort,mindfulness and livelihood is the only key to salvation. Five precepts laid down by Lord Buddha exhort everyone to avoid killing, lying, false drinking, sexual misconduct and taking anything that is not theirs.

In the fast pace of our lives where everyone is in frenzied race of materialism, egocentricity prevails over the thoughts of the people. Our greed for more in life has numbed our qualms in causing harm to others. We feel no compunctions in stooping to impertinence, insolence and presumptuousness to have our sway over others. Where the world is constantly moving towards its doom, teachings of Lord Buddha and the values upheld by him are the only means to salvage the humanity. So, on this auspicious occasion of Buddha Poornima, let’s vow to lead a pious life and take humanity to a sacred pedestal of glory, as ordained by Great Almighty.

Article Credited By: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Ghaziabad

GEOTALK – Everyday must be Earth’s Day

GEOTALK – Everyday must be Earth’s Day

It is true that Man has borrowed its life from Earth. We are tenants and hence our moral responsibility to maintain the eco system on earth. If flora and fauna on Earth lives, we live or else the future looks bleak. This thought was the motivating factor behind organising a ‘GEOTALK’ on the occasion of Earth Day celebrated every year on 22nd April.

Inculcating the values of environmental sensitivity in Jaipurians, has been the motto of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School from the very beginning and now when the school is associated with different projects launched by the Environment Ministry, it has become one of the most important issues on which the school is working vociferously .Keeping this faith, a debate was organised for classes IX to XII on Thursday,19thApril.To develop sensitivitytowards the depleting environment around us, studentsthrough a variety of topics like …Global Warming, e-waste, deforestation, overpopulation, pollution and industrialisation, shared their concern and found a platform for their thoughts.

Students participated house wise and advocated strongly and passionately, the effects of the deteriorating environment on earth. Statistics were shared and the alarm sounded for the young generation to ponder ‘how to keep Earth alive and themselves too.

Principal cum Director ma’am Ms. Manju Rana also shared her views by giving an inspirational speech about how to inculcateenvironmental sensitivity in one’s daily routine. She talked about various ways to conserve the resources by adopting activities like planting trees, saving water, saving electricity, being a thinker and finding innovative ways to solve the contemporary problems discussed in GEOTALK. She laid emphasis was on the principle of 3R’s – Reuse, Recycle and Reproduce.

The poetic lines sum it all !!!

Paradise won or paradise lost?
Your effort is what it will cost
To keep our precious earth clean
By living a lifestyle that’s green.

We cannot go on as we are
Leaving scar after scar
Upon this beautiful planet
Which so many take for granted.

The time to take action is now,
To restore what’s been damaged somehow.
We stand on the brink of “too late,”
But there’s still time to change our fate.

Plant a sapling before its too late.

Article Credited By: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Ghaziabad

Dr. BR Ambedkar Jayanti

Dr. BR Ambedkar Jayanti


Once in centuries do we come across a pathbreaker, torch bearer of ideals, visionary who leaves the entire world awestruck with his revolutionary thoughts and guides us towards the path of light and knowledge.Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was one such charismatic personality. Popularly known as Babasaheb, Dr. Ambedkarwas an Indian jurist, economist, politician and social reformer who inspired the Dalit Buddhist Movement and campaigned against social discrimination against Untouchables (Dalits), while also supporting the rights of women and labour. He was Independent India’s first law minister, the principal architect of the Constitution of India and founding father of the Republic of India. AmbedkarJayanticelebrates the birthday of this legendary figure on 14th April every year, and this year too, India will commemorate the 127th birth Anniversary of this social activist.

Born to poor ‘Dalit ‘parents and being a victim of social ostracism in his childhood and youth, he deeply felt the throes of mortification and took upon himself the onus of building a society where a particular caste is not stigmatized as ignoble. The world today remembers him as a pioneer of mass movements against the despicable treatment meted out to the ‘Dalits’, as a proponent of reservation clause for ‘Dalits’ in the Indian constitution, and as a harbinger of a new social set up which censures the blind abidance of certain discriminatory rituals and traditions of Hindu religion.

But have we moved an inch farther towards the creation of a utopia dreamed of by Dr. Ambedkar ? On papers, ‘yes’ the progress has been appreciable. We have a praiseworthy number of reservations for scheduled caste and tribe in educational institutions and government jobs. We have laws which protect the ‘Dalits’ against the atrocities of the so called upper class ‘humans’. But is the ground reality the same?Even if one would conveniently like to harbor the fanciful idea that we are living in a society where equality prevails, the frequent headlines flashing on the TV channels , vehemently articulating the savage brutality unleashed against the ‘Dalits’, would compel us to change our view.

Can we evade the truth that even today, crime against the ‘Dalits’ flourishes blatantly? Incidents of extortion, murder, rape, verbal abuse still find their number increasing! Basic necessities like good food, education and shelter are still a distant dream for them. Many educated people are still averse to the thought of sharing a glass of water and making friends with a person belonging to scheduled caste with the exception of those who have truly imbibed the values upheld by Dr. Ambedkar. One does hear the clamour of slogans for the upliftment of poor ‘Dalits’ but unfortunately only when frenzy of elections is at the peak. Ironically issues like colour of Dr. Ambedkar’sstatue can be debated at length by our politicians but there is paucity of time to even give an ear to the miseries of these forgotten ones. Year after year, the government officials make promises to improve the miserable plight of the ‘Dalits’ but every time the bigger aim gets buried in rubble of power and dug out again only to fill their vote banks.

Who is to be blamed? Only the politicians and the bureaucrats? Is our silence not an accomplice in this crime rather sin? Have we not slain our conscience by being mute spectators to every incident of ruthlessnessagainstDalits and keeping our security on the forefront? Education serves its purpose only when theories are taken out of books and applied to real-life situations, with conviction and integrity. So let’s not just preach the ideals of Dr. Ambedkar , rather live them and maintain their sanctity. That would be the real tribute to this messiah of the poor.

Article Credited By: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Ghaziabad

Assemblies- A Reflection of learnings at School

Assemblies-  A Reflection of learnings at School


An Assembly is a brilliant ritual to bring into kids’ daily morning at school. School assemblies are important aspects of a curriculum. It has the potential to nurture and maintain a positive school culture. It covers topics that are not dealt in a traditional classroom learning session.

Assembly provides a platform for children to gain experience in performance. Speaking in public can help students to overcome their fears and not just in public speaking, but in overcoming the fear of fear itself.

To achieve this, little Jaipuria’s of Pre-Primary wing presented motivating and thought-provoking assemblies on varied topics relevant to their routine as well as universal values such as respect, co-operation and peace.

To begin with, the tiny tots of Nur-1 conducted the assembly on the theme “My Books My Treasure”. The assembly encouraged children to read and enjoy the books, as they not only provide us knowledge but inspire us too.

The assembly conducted by Nur-2 was on the topic “Zero the Hero”. They laid emphasis on the importance of the number Zero and recited a beautiful rhyme on “Mr. Zero”.

It is very important that we understand traffic signals and follow traffic rules. Nur-3 presented an assembly on “Visit to a traffic park” and talked about road safety.

To celebrate the spirit of love and happiness the little angles of Nur-4 presented a mesmerizing show on “Christmas”. They unwrapped the show with a fairy dance followed by a skit depicting the birth of Lord Jesus Christ.

The twinkling stars of Nur-5 presented an assembly on the topic “If the Sun goes on a holiday”. Children presented a lively holiday song illustrating the sun holidaying on a beach followed by a refreshing rhyme requesting the sun to get back to its place.

We might be different but we are one, as Indians. Celebrating the essence of patriotism and togetherness, students of Nur-6 presented the assembly on the topic “India MyPride”.

Janmashtami was celebrated with great zeal and pomp by the children of Nur-7. They won the hearts of the spectators by dressing in the attire of Krishna, Gopikas and other characters and enchantingly performed their respective roles.

“Where love is everything and you are so well known, whatever life brings, you never feel alone”. To depict the spirit of love, respect, togetherness, and celebration, the students of Nur-8 presented an act on “Family”.

Nur-9’s assembly was a presentation on the topic “The Alphabet Kingdom”. The main attraction of the presentation was the musical rhyme and a dance on the phonic sounds of alphabets.

Flying is fun but it is gifted to only a few of God’s creations. We, humans, fly high to reach the sky in order to reach our goals and accomplish our dreams. With this high spirit, the students of Nur-10 presented their assembly on “Flying Creatures”.

An individual’s prized asset is not a head full of knowledge but a heart full of love, an ear ready to listen and a hand willing to help. The tiny tots of Nur-11 presented a show on the theme” Helping Hand” to loudly spread the message of kindness, helpfulness, and love.

Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much. Keeping this positive approach in mind, students of Nur-12 gave a presentation on the topic “Togetherness brings joy”.

All presentations were attended and very much applauded by Principal Director Ms. Manju Rana and parents who were very impressed to see their wards performing with so much of enthusiasm and perfection.

These assemblies helped in developing school spirit, feeling of affinity and integrity amongst themselves.

Article Credited By: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Ghaziabad

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