A three-day workshop was organised by DPOs NETT College of Physiotheraphy on August 2,to help students understand X-ray and scanning diagnostics and the importance of proper diagnosis.
The workshop was attended by Chairman of NETT College of Physiotheraphy Dr P BTahilramani,Principal Dr Ajaykumar,Resource Person Dr Harish S Krishna and 60 students.
The workshop started with a prayer and the lighting of the lamp by Dr Tahilramani and introduction of Dr Krishna,an Associate Professor and HOD of A J Institute of Medical Sciences,Mangalore. This was followed by a speech by the Chairman.
Dr Tahilramani said workshops were an ongoing feature of the college to upgrade the information base of students and update them about the latest developments in the field of physiotherapy.
DAVians take the green path
40 Scouts and guides of DAV Public School,Airoli,along with four teachers visited the MCGM Nursery at Murar Road on July 20.
They planted 40 saplings,which included medicinal plants like adulsa,Aloe vera and Custard Apple. It was an initiative by DAV Public School,Airoli in collaboration with an NGO,Hariyali. The venture was a part of school’s project named ‘ My Beautiful planet’, on environmental conservation for creating harmonious existence of all the living beings.
Tree plantation drive in Thane
Thane Municipal Corporation and Go Green Foundation organised a Tree Plantation drive on July 22 at Hyde Park,Thane,as a part of Guru Purnima celebrations. More than 50 saplings were planted by school students. These included banana,alusania,khoya,hirda,jamun,bania and kanchan. Another 200 saplings were distributed among the citizens present. The programme was a grand affair with the presence of Shyam Sunder Patil,Additional Municipal Commissioner,Ramchandra Lahoo Phadtare,Corporator,Mukesh Madhukar Mokashi,Corporator,Kasber Augustine,President of Maharashtra Go Green Foundation,Dinesh Gavade,TMC Garden incharge,Mrs Manisha Pradhan,Head of TMC Pollution Cell,senior citizens from the Veteran Citizens Forum. One of the initiatives for a greener and cleaner Thane,the event was attended by enthusiastic students and teachers of DAV Public School Thane. It was a moment of great satisfaction and achievement for the young ones who took a small step today for a cleaner tomorrow.
I am proud of being a Hindustani
To infuse among our LIS senior secondary students the importance of usage of our National Language,theHindi department under Ms Alka Dubey,head of the department,along with Ms. Archana,organised a Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation [CCE Workshop on June 29.
The day began with movie show casing Teesri Kasam,followed by potluck lunch. The department had selected 15 students,three from each of the five sections of Class 10,who then represented and participated in the Hindi Poetry Recitation competition the same day.
The programme started at 1 pm. We had invited three chief guests Dr Anita Kumar,a Language Officer from Hindi Raj Bhasha Vibhag and Dr Vinod Kumar as judges and speakers for the workshop. They gave a small lecture on the importance of Hindi followed by CCE activity of 10 marks. We also invited poet Rakesh Rai,who shared his experiences and some of his humorous poetry.
The programme started with welcome note by Vice Principal Arti Oza. Students thoroughly enjoyed the video showcased by our Principal,Dr Diptesh,on the importance of Hindi. The winners of the Hindi Poetry Recitation Competition were: Aditya [10 -B- first prize and Harsh Raj [10- B- second prize.
All the students and winners were facilitated with token of appreciation. We finished the workshop with a vote of thanks by the Principal. The workshop has highly motivated and enriched the young hearts of LIS.
A tree is to a forest as friendship is to humans
Here comes the beginning of August: A day one waits for an important event Friendship Day. With a view of protecting the Earth,Montessori students of Cambridge School,Kandivli (E) celebrated Friendship Day with a difference.
An array of activities marked the day,wherein students made cards and exchanged them with their friends. They also shared their experiences about their best friends. Glimpses of memories were also exhibited.
To bring the tiny tots close to nature and to make them understand the importance of trees,students tied friendship bands to the trees of their choice in their school garden. Teachers explained to them the benefits of trees. Students understood how trees are our friends.
Tree plantation drive by IRA Global School
IRA GLOBAL School celebrated its GO GREEN day on July 16,with the students and the teaching staff. Each primary student was accompanied by a secondary student to plant the saplings on the school premises. The students also wrote their names beside the trees that they planted. This way,IRA family contributed towards the environment.
An insight into developing life skills
The learners of IRA visited Astitva Institution for special children in Dombivali as part of their life skills programme. They were accompanied by the respective class teachers and principal. Few learners were a bit hesitant. However,after interacting with the children and the teachers of Astitva they were quite amazed at how they managed to be cheerful and enjoy their daily routine inspite of their physical as well as mental challenges. The staff and students of IRA were inspired and thankful for the experience. The students also distributed biscuits and chocolates as return gifts.
IRA wins its first trophy
On 4th August,IRA won its first trophy for sports in tug-of-war,which was conducted at district level.
Eight schools participated in the event and IRA had its qualifying round with Sacred Heart School and its final match against Century Rayon School. In both the rounds IRA easily overpowered the opponents and claim the first prize in the competition.