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Jaipuria School Ghaziabad Blog

Inter-School Fest SAKSHAM 2021

“It shouldn’t matter how slowly a child learns. What matters is that we encourage them to never stop trying.” SAKSHAM 2021 a virtual inter-school fest was organised by Salwan Public School, Gurugram for Differently Abled Children to boost the confidence of diverse learners. Arav Khandwekar, Shriya Banerjee, Ishita Khurana of class V, VI, IX participated and secured a “GOLD STAR” in the event Painting under the category of (Junior, Middle, Senior)

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Making the Shift from Student Engagement to Empowerment

For any educational institution, students are its biggest assets, their best hope of making the world a better place. This makes it imperative that our students’ voices are heard and their participation in shaping our communities be enabled. If we don’t involve them in our community engagement process, we’re missing a big part of our communities’ voice. When schools find ways to welcome student opinions, partner with students as stakeholders in their own learning, especially at the secondary level —...

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Edtech Platforms Focus on Holistic Curriculum to Attract New-Age Learners

With almost all states reopening schools, offline classes are gradually being resumed. Parents, however, are apprehensive about sending their children to schools flagging concerns related to safety. With online learning being the new normal, education technology platforms have introduced extra-curricular activities apart from general education. A report by BARC India and Nielsen reveals that there has been a 30 per cent increase in the time-spent on education apps on smartphones since the 2020 lockdown. Though the edtech platforms provided real-time...

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Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Ranked No. 1 in Ghaziabad in Times School Survey 2021

Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Vasundhara, has been ranked the top school in Ghaziabad in the comprehensive Times School Survey 2021, the results of which were released on Monday, September 27. The annual survey is presently in its seventh edition and was conducted by an independent research agency named Avance Field and Brand Solutions LLP in collaboration with Optimal Media Solutions, a Delhi-based company providing business services to its clients. The Times School Survey was conducted in 12 zones in the...

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हिंदी-सरल, सुबोध, सुंदर अभिव्यक्ति

हिंदी दिवस देखो 14 सितंबर का दिन आया है, हिंदी दिवस का दिन लाया है। हिंदी दिवस पर हमने ठाना है, लोगों में हिंदी का स्वाभिमान जगाना है। हिंदी है जन-जन की भाषा, देश भर में इसे सम्मान मिले यही है मेरी अभिलाषा। भारत का आधार है हिंदी, सबके सपनों को करती है साकार ये हिंदी देश को एकता में बांधती है हिंदी, अनगिनत लोगों को साधती है हिंदी। भारतेंदु और दिनकर के कलम से निकले हिंदी के साहित्य, भारतवासियों के जीवन में उमंग भरते...

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Mélange 2021 – A Rendezvous of Prodigies

With the current transforming times driving a paradigm shift to a digital platform, what stays the course is the will of the educational sectors to equip the students with the skills to prepare them for a dynamic life ahead. Keeping up this spirit and continuing with its 16 years old legacy, Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Ghaziabad, commemorated the second virtual edition of its annual Techno-Cultural Fest- ‘Melange’  on 10th & 11th  September 2021. Honourable Mr.  Ramendra Verma, Partner and...

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As Schools Reopen, Teachers Eager to Meet Students, Fear Taking COVID Back Home

Tired of online classes, most of the teachers are happy about schools reopening and are excited to resume work in physical mode too but ensuring the safety of school children amidst the pandemic is a major concern for them. Teachers living with younger kids and elder parents are ready for their duty but fear taking the COVID-19 virus back home with them for vulnerable family members. To ensure the safety of teachers and non-teaching staff at schools, the government has...

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Janmashtami

Janmashtami as we all know is a festival celebrated on account of Lord Krishna’s birth. This festival not just signifies Lord Krishna’s birth but also symbolizes the fact that good always triumphs over bad. The birth of Lord Krishna was a positive ray of hope for the people of Vrindavan. The way Krishna lived under the rule of the tyrant Kans is an inspiration to all of us. Living in this pandemic was just like living in Vrindavan at the...

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Raksha Bandhan

Raksha bandhan is a festival of exchanging love and affection among brothers and sisters. It is also a great sacred verse of unity, acting as a symbol of life's advancement and a leading messenger of togetherness. Raksha means protection and Bandhan means bond that is, it is a festival to tie a thread of protection. Raksha Bandhan is a time for pampering the sisters. On this auspicious occasion, the sisters tie a sacred thread i.e. rakhi, on their brother’s wrist....

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Muharram

Muharram marks the starting of Islamic calendar which is a lunar calendar. It is considered as the second holy and auspicious month for Muslims after Ramadan. Muharram depends on the sighting of the moon just like all the other Islamic events. The month of Muharram begins with the first crescent of a new moon. In this month Muslims pay respect to the sacrifice of Imam Hussain who was the son of Hazrat Ali and grandson of Prophet Muhammad. The tenth...

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