Tuesday, 20 December 2016

EXPO 2016


World Health Day 2016: Beat diabetes

World Health Day is a global campaign, inviting everyone – from global leaders to the public in all countries – to focus on a single health challenge with global impact. Focusing on new and emerging health issues, World Health Day provides an opportunity to start collective action to protect people's health and well-being.
The World Health Day is celebrated by the people all across the world every year on 7th of April under the leadership of World Health Organization to draw the mass people attention towards the importance of global health. World Health Assembly was held first time in the year 1948 in Geneva by the WHO where it was decided to celebrate the World Health Day annually on 7th of April. It was first celebrated worldwide in the year 1950 as the World Health Day. Varieties of events related to the particular theme are organized on the international and national level by the WHO.
It is an annual event being celebrated for years to raise the common public awareness towards the health issues and concerns. A particular theme is chosen to run the celebration and take care of the health for whole year. 
Some of the objectives of why it is being celebrated yearly are listed below:
·         To increase the public awareness of various causes and prevention of high blood pressure.
·         To provide detail knowledge of getting prevented from various diseases and their complications.
·         To encourage most vulnerable group of people to frequently check their blood pressure and follow medications from the professionals.
·         To promote self care among people.
·         To motivate the worldwide health authorities to make their own efforts in creating the healthy environments in their country.
·         To protect families living in the disease vulnerable areas.

·         To teach travelers and send them a messages about how to get protected from the vector-borne diseases while travelling.

Purpose of Celebrating the World Heritage Week

The chief purpose of celebrating the World Heritage Week is increasing the awareness and encourage the people about the preservation and safety of the cultural heritages, monuments of the country. To live the ancient Indian culture and tradition it is very necessary to protect and preserve the variety of priceless cultural heritage and historical monuments.
There are many Indian historical heritages and tour places which are the symbol of denoting the real culture and tradition of the ancient people in India. Some of the significant monuments and heritage artifacts of India are Delhi Darwaza, Astodia Gate, Delhi Red Fort, Manek Bruj, Sardar Patel Bhawan heritage building, Teen Darwaza, Bhadra Gate, Siddi Sayyed, Sarnath, Kashi Vishwanath Temple and etc. These heritages and monuments of India are the ancient property which we must have to preserve and save to inherit the culture and tradition to the next generation.



EXPO 2016
A presentation on pulses were presented by students of class 9th and 11th 
The aim of the presentation was to brief the guests about pulses, their nutritional values , deficiency diseases & why in today’s world people are not able to buy pulses?
Name of the participants
·        Milind          9th G            Lipika                         9th D
·        Keshav         9th G           Nancy                          11th A
·        Samiksha    9th G            Mehar                         9th D
·        Aarushi        11th A         Rashi                           11th A
·        Suchit           11th A         Sarthak                      9th D
·        Harsh            11th B
Students welcome the guests with a melodies poem “SAPNO KA SANSAR”. The poem describes the phases of life and the dreams associated with it
It was beautifully enacted by the students of class 9th under the guidance of Mrs. Sushma Pandey (supervisiory Head )
After the enactment, Samiksha Jain who acted as a pulses herself, introduced one by one all the participants . the nutritional values of pulses were explained by Nancy (11th A) followed by Aarushi, Suchit and Harsh who brifed the judges about the deficiencies diseases
After this Kehav And Milind (IX G) gave some valuable information on protein synthesis with the help of working model of DNA replication
After the explanation of protein synthesis , modern method of farming and nitrogen fixation was explained by Meher & Lipika (IX D) with the help of model and charts.
The presentation was come to an end with a song sung by Sarthak Tirpude (IXD) on price hike
All the guests enjoyed the whole sequence and the efforts of all the students were highly appreciated

Red Cross Day
World Red Cross day means 8th of May is celebrated every year as the birthday anniversary of founder of the Red Cross. Henry Dunant was the founder of the Red Cross as well as the founder of International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), born in the Geneva in the year 1828. He was the most famous person and became the recipient of 1st Nobel Peace Prize.
Following are the objectives of the World Red Cross Day celebration:

·       It is celebrated to provide relief and peace to the injured people to prevent death rate due to the disasters of any kind.
·       It helps in initiating active efforts all over the world to reduce casual death rate because of epidemic illnesses.
·       It helps people living in the vulnerable areas to manage the public health emergencies.
·       It empowers its members, civil societies and other involved local communities to provide immediate response to the health disasters in the vulnerable situations.
·       It helps in reinstating the human dignity.
·       Geneva conventions help in monitoring the compliance of warring parties.
·       It helps the wounded people on the battlefield by organizing the nursing care.
·       It avails the treatment for prisoners of war and help in searching the missing persons during conflict.
·       It avails protection and nursing care to the people in civil populations.


World Population Day is a great event being celebrated all through the world annually on 11th of July. It is celebrated to increase the awareness of the people towards the worldwide population issues. It was first started in the year 1989 by the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). It was exalted by the interest of the public when the global population became near about five billion at 11th of July in the year 1987.
The aim of the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme is paying great attention towards the reproductive health problems of the community people as it is the leading cause of the ill health as well as the death of the pregnant women worldwide. It has been distinguished that around 800 women are dying daily in the procedure of giving birth to a baby. The campaign of the World Population Day every year increases the knowledge and skills of the people worldwide towards their reproductive health and family planning.
Some of the objectives of celebrating the world population day are mentioned below:
·         It is celebrated to protect and empower youths of both gender like girls and boys.
·         To offer them detail knowledge about the sexuality and delay marriages till they become able to understand their responsibilities.
·         Educate youths to avoid unwanted pregnancies by using reasonable and youth friendly measures.
·         Educate people to remove the gender stereotypes from society.
·         Educate them about the pregnancy related illnesses to raise the public awareness about dangers of early childbirth.
·         Educate them about STD (sexually transmitted diseases) to get prevented from various infections.
·         Demand for some effective laws and policies implementation in order to protect girl child rights.
·         Make sure about the access of equal primary education to both girls and boys.

·         Make sure the easy access of reproductive health services everywhere as part the basic primary health for each couple.


The day is celebrated in the honour of war heroes of Kargil every year. Kargil Victory Day is something really to celebrate in honor of those brave soldiers and their families, who sacrificed their lives or a life of their loved one for their country, India, We must thank those brave people who lost a part of their body and are now handicapped for life for their country, for citizens of India, for saving people, for saving and protecting us.
·        3 May 1999: Infiltrators from Pakistan side under the Operation Badr comes inside India with an aim to sever the link between Kashmir and Ladakh, and cause Indian forces to withdraw from the Siachen Glacier
·        25 May 1999: Indian Air Force launched Operation Safed Sagar with instructions to not cross the Line of Control
·        26 May 1999: Operation Vijay launched mobilizing almost 200000 troops
·        30 May 1999: Indian Navy launched Operation Talwar  sending submarines on patrols close to Karachi harbor
·        4 July 1999: Indian forces captured Tiger Hill along with Point 4590 (the nearest point with full view of the Srinagar-Leh highway) and Point 5353 (the highest peak in the Dras Sector)
·        14 July 1999: Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee declares Operation Vijay a success
·        26 July 1999: Indian Army announces complete eviction of Pakistani intruders. Over 520 soldiers were killed in the entire Kargil war
·        The war saw awarding of Four Param Vir Chakras (PVCs), nine Maha Vir Chakras (MVCs) and 53 Vir Chakras among other medals.


·       To inculcate respect for their motherland
·       To know the significance of this day
·       To realize the tremendous efforts and sacrifices made by our forefathers in attaining independence from the foreign rule
·       To pay homage to these legends
·       To inculcate a spirit of patriotism amongst the future generation of our country

Our school celebrated Independence Day on 11th August 2016 with great pomp and show. It is a national event that arouse the patriotic feelings among the students
Respected Principal Madam while addressing the students, emphasized on the importance of freedom and reminded the sacrifices of the great soldiers who laid their lives for the sake of the country

The programme was started by a power point presentation which was uploaded on e.board showing cultural diversity in India.

Students decorated the class bulletin boards with tricolor and enthusiastically participated in the cultural programme. Students sang SARE JAHAN SE ACCHA. This filled everyone’s heart with patriotism and love for INDIA


·       To know about great educationist Dr. Sarvapalli Radha Krishnan
·       To respect their teachers
·       To realize the importance of teachers in the building of good society and developed nation
                     A very colorful programme was presented by the students of classes VII-IX. Main attractions were:
·       Students prepared greeting cards, orienting slogans
·       Recited poems
·       Presenting dance and songs
This turned out to be a truly remarkable day as it showed their tremendous love and respect for the teachers. Beautiful cards, posters and slogans were put on the class bulletin board. The activities presented were able to inculcate:
v Confidence among the students
v Sense of working in cooperation with peers


Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated as a National Holiday in India to mark the birthday of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the 'Father of the Nation'. Gandhi was born on 2nd October 1869; therefore each year Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on this day. It is observed in all states and union territories of India as one of the three official declared National Holidays of India.
On 15 June 2007, The United Nations General Assembly announced that October 2nd will be celebrated as the International Day of Non-Violence.
Gandhi had a natural love for 'truth' and 'duty'. With his complete dedication and confidence, Gandhi freed India from the British Rule and proved the world that freedom can be achieved with non-violence. Even today his teachings are encouraged to stay away from violence and find peaceful solutions to conflicts. For Gandhi, Truth and Non-violence was his entire philosophy of life.

AIM OF THE ACTIVITY:  To sensitize the students about benefits of balanced diet and harmful effects of junk food
IMPLEMENTATION:  The tiffin box of the students were checked and found that few students had not brought nutritious food. A continuous nutrition assessment chart was prepared.
A video of healthy nutritious balanced diet vs junk food was shown to the students accompanied with a peer discussion led by the teacher. Then a questionnaire was conducted followed by poster making activity by the students on the same topic
Next day on checking the lunch boxes it was found that only a few students had brought fried food and the rest of the class had brought nutritious food
The activity was conducted by the students themselves suggesting methods how to keep away from the temptation of eating food and inculcate the habit of taking a balanced diet, like making a commitment to ourselves, stocking kitche with healthy food only. Drinking more water, eating salsds, excerising etc. also help in avoiding the craving for eating junk food
·       Students became aware of harmful effects of junk food
·       They came to know that obesity, diabetes, stroke, cancer etc. can be caused by junk food
·       Students came to know that by doing exercise, drinking more water ,eating salads etc. help in curbing their craving for junk food.

·       They appreciate the role of balanced diet and nutritious food in getting good health.


Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen "A. P. J." Abdul Kalam; (15 October 1931 – 27 July 2015) was the 11th President of India from 2002 to 2007. A career scientist turned statesman, Kalam was born and raised in Rameswaram, Tamil Nadu, and studied physics and aerospace engineering. He spent the next four decades as a scientist and science administrator, mainly at the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and was intimately involved in India's civilian space programme and military missile development efforts.He thus came to be known as the Missile Man of India for his work on the development of ballistic missile and launch vehicle technology.He also played a pivotal organisational, technical, and political role in India's Pokhran-II nuclear tests in 1998, the first since the original nuclear test by India in 1974.
Kalam was elected as the 11th President of India in 2002 with the support of both the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party and the then-opposition Indian National Congress. Widely referred to as the "People's President," he returned to his civilian life of education, writing and public service after a single term. He was a recipient of several prestigious awards, including the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honour.
While delivering a lecture at the Indian Institute of Management Shillong, Kalam collapsed and died from an apparent cardiac arrest on 27 July 2015, aged 83.Thousands including national-level dignitaries attended the funeral ceremony held in his hometown of Rameshwaram, where he was buried with full state honours.

“Humanity has entered the era of sustainability – with a global commitment to fulfil the great promise of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. In this, the Organization’s 71st year, we have 17 goals to propel us towards a better future for all on a healthy planet. " — UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon
UN Day marks the anniversary of the entry into force in 1945 of the UN Charter. With the ratification of this founding document by the majority of its signatories, including the five permanent members of the Security Council, the United Nations officially came into being.
24 October has been celebrated as United Nations Day since 1948. In 1971, the United Nations General Assembly recommended that the day be observed by Member States as a public holiday.


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