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Take Care of your Heart

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Take Care of your Heart

Heart disease is a major chronic illness in India. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Some risk factors associated with heart disease, such as being overweight and smoking, can be controlled through lifestyle and behavior choices. We at Aparnaa World School, the best boarding school in Odisha, thought to let our family of students, teachers & parents know how to take care of your precious heart.

Steps to a heart-healthy lifestyle

Consider the following steps to help live a heart-healthy lifestyle:

Get Active

Exercise is an important part of a heart-healthy lifestyle. Regular exercise can help keep arteries flexible and open, reducing the chance for blockage. Talk to your cardiologist and a psychologist about an exercise plan that is right for you. To get started, try taking a short walk or using the stairs instead of the elevator to get started.

Eat well.

A healthy diet is essential to maintaining your new lifestyle. Focus on developing healthy eating habits that become part of your everyday life. For example, choose grilled instead of fried food.

Manage stress

Research shows that stress can contribute to many different health problems, including increased risk of heart disease. Regulating stress is an important part of preventing and treating heart disease. Studies have shown that if you learn to manage your stress you can better control your heart rate and blood pressure.

Recognize how you deal with your emotions

After a heart attack, you may experience depression, anxiety or added stress. It is important to acknowledge and address any negative emotions and distress to help with your recovery and maintain good health.

Accept support

Getting help from friends and family can go a long way in aiding your recovery. Research shows that people with greater social support build their resilience and experience less depression and anxiety. Friends and family are often eager to offer support, but are not always sure how they can help. It can be a huge boost when others run a few errands for you, take you to your doctor’s appointments or just lend you their ears.

Avoid burnout

Keeping up with your prescriptions, exercising regularly, and making healthy food choices can feel overwhelming. Research shows that people with heart disease may experience burnout at some point. Burnout can make you feel mentally and physically drained and can negatively affect your efforts to change your lifestyle. To lessen burnout, keep in mind that small steps can lead to long-term change. Remind yourself that you are moving in a healthier direction and take time to celebrate your efforts.

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Bhagat Singh: A Saga

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Bhagat Singh: A Saga

We at the best school in Jharsuguda, like to shares these stories with our students. Bhagat Singh was a revolutionary who in many terms changed the approach of the youth towards the Indian Independence Struggle.

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Early Life

Its Bhagat Singh’s birthday today. The legendary revolutionary was born on Sept 28, 1907, in Banga village in Lyallpur, the current Faisalabad district of Pakistan. The Pakistan government has declared his birthplace a national heritage while India’s Punjab state has offered to help set up the site as a world-class memorial.

What happened to Bhagat Singh?

An annual memorial fair is held in Bhagat Singh’s village on March 23, the day he was hanged in Lahore Central Jail with his two comrades — Sukhdev and Rajguru — in 1931, short of his 24th birthday.

At that young age, Bhagat Singh didn’t stay fixed in his beliefs. The voracious reader evolved with new knowledge and newer experiences, and grew as a fearless partisan. He eventually began to rejoice being a self-confessed atheist. It was ironical therefore to see the atheist’s large image — and of his two non-atheist comrades — sketched inside the Babri Masjid.

The Story Continues…

Bhagat Singh’s picture smiled laconically from the southern wall at the rituals taking place 60 years after his death. Under the central dome, a few feet from his portrait, a pujari (Hindu priest) was receiving devotees to worship the image of Lord Ram. A policeman on duty with an archaic 303 rifle was sharing his insights, mouth brimming with tobacco spittle, that Ram was born 900,000 years ago at the spot where the idol now stood.

The thought that revolutionised the Indian Independence struggle

Bhagat Singh and Dutt advocated “radical change”, saying it was necessary “and it is the duty of those who realise it to reorganise society on the socialistic basis”. For this purpose the “establishment of the dictatorship of the proletariat” was necessary.

Bhagat Singh: “Not a just a name, an emotion in the whole”

Indian peasants are restive again, not an unusual event for a largely monsoon-fed economy. Their perennial exploitation and periodic rebellion have been of a piece with Indian history. The Indian government last week passed a bill opening up the agriculture sector, according to prevalent fears, to depredations from big corporates. Given that 86 percent of peasants are small farmers, with five acres or less, the turbulence could be earthshaking. In Punjab, Sikh farmers usually assemble at Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar to launch their protest.

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How Tourism Helps?

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How Tourism Helps!

Although often underestimated, the tourism industry can help promote peace and stability in developing countries by providing jobs, generating income, diversifying the economy, protecting the environment, and promoting cross-cultural awareness. Tourism is the fourth largest industry in the global economy. We at the best K 12 school in Jharsuguda, wanted to shed some light on this topic.

  • Generating Income

Tourism helps the incomes of many people. From the car drivers to street vendors, everyone benefits from tourism. Places like Manali, Goa, Puri, Shillong, etc. share the majority of their income with tourism. Many people survive on their jobs related to tourism.

Diversifying the Economy

Tourism is an integral part of the economy of a country like India. It is one of the channels by which the country generates its income. If anyone of the channel like food products don’t generate revenue someday, it won’t affect the country that much because other channels are still alive.

Protecting the Environment

Tourism especially Eco-tourism helps a lot to the environment. The places where tourists visit are taken care of. The revenue generated is used to take care of the environment of that place. Also, some part of the revenue is used for the betterment of the community. So, tourism helps a lot.

Cultural Exchange

As tourism makes people from near & far to mingle together, it helps in cultural exchange. Why is culture exchange important? It helps in understanding the living styles & ethics of people around the world. It helps the country to become friendly with the tourists which visit them. Better service would mean better revenue.

So, tourism is really important for a developing country like India. We at the best K 12 school in Jharsuguda, teach our students more than what’s in the books.

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The budget that changed India forever

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The 1991 Budget: The budget that changed India forever

Today, September 26, 2020, marks the birthday of our former Prime Minister – Dr.ManMohan Singh, the man behind the economic reform of India. At Aparnaa World School, the best school in Jharsuguda, we thought to let you know what the man actually did.

1991 Liberalisation Policy: The Master Stroke by Dr.ManMohan Singh

The economic reforms kick-started in 1991 brought about expansion of the services sector helped largely by a liberalized investment and trade regime. They also increased consumer choices and reduced poverty significantly.

A huge culture shift

The new industrial policy electrified the atmosphere leading up to the presentation of the Budget. Dr. ManMohan Singh had helped prepare seven Budgets in the 1970s. But the July 24, 1991 Budget would be the first he would not only conceive and write (most of it, at least) but also actually present.

The Historic 1991 budget

The 1991 Budget ranked as the most historic of all. Dr. ManMohan Singh delivered a hugely moving speech. Its contents, of course, marked a huge paradigm shift in economic thinking and charted out a course that has remained steady for a quarter of a century — a course that has been embraced by all political parties when they have been in power.

The Game Changer

The new industrial policy had been made public four hours earlier. The new trade policy to dramatically change the environment for exporters and ease their access to imports.

It also articulated a new fiscal policy that Dr. Singh unveiled to reorient the nature and pattern of public expenditure with one of his favourite aphorisms — you can’t spend your way to prosperity.

Pros and Cons

The Budget met with its predictable quota of pros and cons. But what unnerved the PM and the FM was the revolt in the Congress party itself.

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Arati Saha – India Swimmer

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Arati Saha – Indian Swimming Champion

Arati Saha is one of the youngest female swimmers to represent India at the international level. She was born to a middle-class military family. She lost her mother at the age of 02. She was taken care of & raised by her grandmother.

Her relation with swimming

She got an interest in swimming when she accompanied her uncle to Champatala Ghat. Kolkata. Also, she learned swimming in the ghat too. Seeing her interest her uncle admitted her in the Hatkola Swimming Club at the age of 04. The next year at the age of 05 she won gold in a 100 yards swimming competition.

Professional Sports Career

This young girl from the east of India won 22 state-level golds between 1945 to 1951.  She was a specialist in 100m freestyle, 200m breaststroke & 300m breaststroke. In 1948 she participated in the national swimming event & broke the record of the reigning champion. Later at the age of 12, she represented India in the Summer Olympics of 1952. On 29 September 1959, at the age of 19, she swam across the English Channel. Arati Saha covered 67 km in 16 hrs 20 mins, remarkable feet. Therefore she became the first Asian women to swim across the English Channel.

Life Achievements

  1. One of the youngest professional swimmers.
  2. Represented India in the Olympics.
  3. First Asian woman to swim across the English Channel.
  4. Awarded Padma Shree in 1960.
  5. India Post dedicated an Rs. 3 stamps to her in 1999.
  6. Has a statue & lane to her name near her residence.
  7. Google dedicated a doodle on her 80th birthday, making the world see her remarkable achievements.

At Aparnaa World School, we share the achievements of Indians to encourage our students to dream big in life.

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The Role of Education Technology

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The role of Education Technology

Education Technology is also known as EduTech. It is a combination of computer hardware, software, education theory & practices. All of these are used together to increase the conceptual learning 7 academic results. We being one of the best CBSE schools in Jharsuguda, thought to let you know how our students benefit from the different education technologies used in the school.

How do we use Education Technology in our school

  • Kreedo Materials: These are materials used for teaching the pre-primary kids. This is used for working on the basics of the child. The basics may include motor skills, oration skills, Knowledge & many more.

 

  • Basic Labs: Basic labs like the mathematics lab, science lab & computer labs are used to enhance the child’s understanding of the respective subject. These are done for the primary students.

 

  • Smart Classrooms: The smart classrooms in the school help the teacher to teach the students with a visual & audio platform. This increases the focus of the students in the subjects. Due to the audio & visual representations, the attention of the child is unparalleled.

 

  • Internet Learning: The children are always encouraged to use the internet to gather as much data as possible related to the subject taught in the classroom. This trains our students to use the internet for better purposes & their knowledge base also increases.

 

  • Advanced Labs: Advanced labs are designed for specific targets in mind. There are Physics, Chemistry, Biology & computer lab for this purpose. These labs help us to impart in-depth knowledge to the students with practical knowledge.

 

  • Digital Study Materials: These study materials include much software designed for specific parts of a subject study. These softwares provide interactive sessions to the child to enhance his knowledge & conceptual learning.

Benefits

  1. Increase in the student’s attention to the specific subject.
  2. Use of technology to track the child’s academic performance.
  3. Increase in academic performance of the child.
  4. It triggers conceptual learning in the child.
  5. Problem-solving skills of the student are increased.
  6. Children get friendly to technologies for help in their studies.

At Aparnaa World School, one of the best CBSE schools in Jharsuguda takes the help of the education technologies to enhance our education.

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Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

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Ramdhari Singh Dinkar

Ramdhari Singh Dinkar is an Indian Hindi Poet, Essayist & Patriot. He is also known as the poet of the rebellion. We at Aparnaa World School, the best CBSE school in Jharsuguda, thought to shed some light on the epic poet.

Childhood

The poet was born on 23 September 1908 in a small village named Simaria in Bihar, India. He was born to a very poor family & had to do petty works to survive his childhood. Also, he was a good student with interests in history, politics & philosophy. His interest in language grew when he joined college. He studied Hindi, Sanskrit, Maithili, Bengali, Urdu, etc.

His Life

Ramdhari Singh Dinkar, after his college days, joined the Indian Independence Movement. There he followed poets like Rabindranath Tagore & has many mentions in his writing. His poems & essays have inspired many Indians. Some of his creations are also mentioned in our CBSE books.

After Independence, the poet & politician served the country. He was elected 03 times as a member of the prestigious Rajya Sabha of the Indian Parliament. Also, he is awarded one of the prestigious awards i.e. Padma Bhushan in 1959.

Achievements

  1. Poet: A well known Hindi poet. Wrote many poems especially for the freedom movement of India.
  2. Multiliguistic: He had a knowledge of many languages like Hindi, Sanskrit, Maithili, Urdu, Bengali, etc.
  3. Freedom Fighter: He motivated many Indians with his creations & together made the country free.
  4. Politician: After India’s independence, he still served the country by being elected in the Rajya Sabha, 03 times.
  5. Essayist: Has many creations to his name. Some of them find mentions in the Indian CBSE Books.
  6. Padma Bhushan Awardee: He was awarded the prestigious Padma Bhushan award for his services to the country.

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Education Policy 2020

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The Education Policy 2020

National Education Policy 2020 emphasizes on the development of the creative potential of a student. We at Aparnaa World School thought to write about it. It will help the students & parents understand what is the new education policy. Furthermore, it will also help them understand how it is going to benefit them.

As we said that the new education policy is aimed at the creative & holistic development of a student. But, how is it going to be done? Let’s discuss the principles and find out.

Recognising the Student’s Talent

The first & foremost thing to understand is every child is different. Also, each one is special in its own way. So, the policy is designed in such a way that if the child is good at art then he will be trained to become an artist. Similarly, if the student is interested in mathematics, then he/she will be trained to be a mathematician.

Focus on Student’s Talent

Our traditional education system doesn’t focus on talent. Talent is to be honed apart from the education they get in average schools. But, now the talent will be the center of the student’s education. Everything the student does or studies will directly or indirectly work on the talent possessed by him/her.

Flexibility to Choose

Our traditional education system was not at all flexible according to the students. But, now this thing has changed. The subjects, streams & other variables will be tailor-made keeping the personality of the student in mind. It helps with the fostering of the child’s unique capabilities.

No Hard Separations between Streams

Sometimes some talents require a combination of different streams. For example, a photographer needs to understand colour as well as optics. Understanding colours is a part of the arts stream whereas optics is a part of science. So, there will be no hard separation between the streams. It aids in the enhancement of the student’s talent.

Emphasis on Conceptual Learning

The emphasis will always be on conceptual understanding. Like a digital artist will not only get to know different colours, but he/she will understand how the colours affect human perception. So, conceptual learning will help the student to be the best in his field.

At Aparnaa World School, the best residential school of Western Odisha, we understand the benefits of the new education policy & it will really benefit the children a lot.

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The Architect of Universe: Lord Vishwakarma

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The Architect of Universe: Lord Vishwakarma

Lord Vishwakarma: The saga of architecture

Vishwakarma is regarded as the God of ‘creation’ in Hindu mythology. It is believed that he is the ultimate creator. He is the divine architect of the universe. He has created many palaces for Gods in all four yugas.

Famous creations in mythology

He is credited with building the palace of the king of gods, Indra. He even made the sacred weapon of Indra using the bones of sage Dadhichi and also the Agnayestra.

Lord Vishwakarma created Lord Krishna’s city of Dwarka and also made his Sudarshan Chakra. Not only this, but he also designed Pandavas’ Palace of Illusions in Indraprastha.

Vishwakarma Puja 2020

Unlike every year, celebrations this time are subdued in view of the coronavirus pandemic. Apart from this, the pandemic has hit factories hard and many workers have lost jobs.

At Aparnaa World School, the best residential school of Western Odisha, we thank Lord Vishwakarma for creating such a beautiful place to live and as a responsible entity of this planet, we vow to maintain the eternity and beauty of this so wonderful creation.

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Nutrition and Learning

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Have you ever heard a parent or any person in general, say something like “You have had too much of oily food today, your mind is too restless!”?. Being one of the best schools in Odisha, we thought to keep it simple. Too many treats and a variety of food can lead to excess energy and tantrums in children. But just like when we put healthy things in our bodies we get healthy results, the opposite is so true.

It’s very important to feed our brain with healthy food and water so that it functions smoothly and neuro pathways could be nourished. This enables the child to engage and excel more readily.

The impact of food on the Thought process

Since ancient times, our country has been widely exploring the relationship between food and spiritualism. Recent studies have suggested that there are certain traits associated with every different kind of food we consume. So it’s relevant in today’s world that our thought process is pretty much of what we consume as food.

But What does the brain need Exactly?

In order to keep our brain active and neurons engaged, these are the five key things required:

1. Water
2. Micro-nutrients
3. Protein
4. Complex Carbohydrates
5. Good fats

Water

Just as the role water carries in our daily lives, the role of water for the brain is far more significant. It helps to keep the temperature of the brain normal and prevents it from overheating. Neurons too store water for optimum brain health and function. Remember, if a child is dehydrated, it means his/ her brain isn’t functioning to the optimum level.

Micro-nutrients

Whole fruits, salads, and cut vegetables are rich in micro-nutrients. It consists of things like vitamins, zinc, etc. But seeing the modern trend of fast food becoming popular amongst the kids, its high time we realize how deprived these kids are from some essential elements required for the brain to grow well.

Proteins

Its been talked about a lot whenever it comes to a healthy diet. But we should also know, that proteins are rich in an amino acids-a vital element for the formation of cell structures. It plays a key role in building neuro paths and maintaining neuron structure

Complex Carbohydrates

Well, this is a tricky one. Sugar is the main fuel of the brain. But as said, excess of anything is always bad. Excess of sugar may cause a sudden burst of energy followed by symptoms like high blood sugar levels, and drowsiness.

Good Fats

Out of all solid matter in the brain, 60% is made of fats. Good fats are something which is not found in french fries, chips, etc. Indeed, its found in legumes, nuts, etc.

As a temple of learning, Aparnaa World School always ensures that the nutritional values and taste are intact together in our meals and we make sure that the learning is efficient by giving the brain what it exactly needs.

We wish you all a good health this National Nutrition Week.