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School Reopening In Odisha: Health Safety Guide

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Health Safety Guide: School Reopening in Odisha

School Reopening in Odisha

With schools all over Odisha reopening, the health safety of the students is the first priority of every school. The schools have done their part for the safety of students. Now, what can the students and parents do to stay safe? Here are some guidelines that students can follow, for their health safety.

Clean Hands, Healthy You

Students should carry a hand sanitizer. They should clean their hands regularly. Also, the students should make sure that they do clean their hands after they touch the public surfaces. Also, touching the nose & eyes is a big No. So, the students should take care of these things when attending their classes.

The teachers have to keep an eye on the students so that they follow the ‘clean hand, healthy you’ policy.

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Social Distancing is the Key

The students are encouraged to maintain social distance between them. Without the social distancing part, all the other efforts are worthless. This will be a great feat to achieve by the teachers but this has to be done.

The students are to be advised every day about it. Also, the teachers are to keep an eye on the students in their classroom. They have to make sure that the students are on the safe side.

Masks are a Must

Masks are really important. This helps in limiting the spread of the disease or other illness. The students are to be advised by the parents & their teachers to wear them.

Also, the teachers have to make sure that the students are wearing their masks at all times.

Lohri: The Harvest Festival

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Introduction

Lohri is celebrated in North India, especially in Punjab. It is celebrated on 13 January which is one day before Makar Sankranti. Lohri also relates to the festivities celebrated in the harvesting of farmers. It is celebrated in Punjab as the harvesting season and the end of the winter season.

This festival is celebrated in different states of India. Except for Punjab, this festival is celebrated in Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu Kashmir, and Delhi. Makar Sankranti is celebrated on 14 January, and the next day, Pongal is celebrated by Tamil Hindus.

Thus, it is celebrated in various forms in India.

One day before the eve of Makar Sankranti, Lohri is celebrated with great fanfare in Punjab, Haryana, and neighboring states. Lohri holds special significance for the Punjabi people.

A few days before Lohri, young children start collecting wood, nuts, peanuts, gajjak, and til rewari for the eve of Lohri.

A fire is lighted on the eve of Lohri in the evening.

People circle the fire and dance & sing there. People around the fire are offered with peanuts, til rewari, maize seeds, etc. Sitting around the fire, people enjoy eating rewari, maize seeds, gajjak, etc.

And the house where a person is newly married or has a child is specially greeted. First, Lohri of a new bride or the child is very special in the house or for the family.

Lohri was earlier known as Tilodi.

The word “Tilodi” is derived from the combination of two words sesame and road (jaggery), which changed over time and became famous as Lohri.

History of Lohri

Farmers of Punjab see Lohri as a financial day. During this time, the farmer brothers pray and thank God for the harvest before harvesting. This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm in Punjab, a day for the farmers to thank their lord and master.

Lohri night is considered to be the longest night of the year, according to the Hindu calendar.

This festival is celebrated on January 13, which falls in Paush or Magha according to the Hindu calendar.

Why Is It Celebrated?

The folklore “Sunder Mundriye” is the tale of a man called Dulla Bhatti. Once upon a time, there were two orphan girls named Sundari and Mundari. Their uncle wanted to sell them to market as a slave.

At the same time, there was a famous bandit named Dulla Bhatti.

He freed both the girls, Sundari and Mundari from there and arranged their marriage with two boys of the village. And he gave them dowry from the stolen money.

Dulla Bhatti helped the girls, and after convincing the boys to burn a fire in a forest, Sundari and Mundri got married.

Dulla himself bestowed both of them. It is said that the groom gave him sugar as an omen.

Some people also believe that Lohri is celebrated in the memory of Saint Kabir’s wife, Loi. And the word Lohri is also originated from the name Loi. And it is also said that Lohri and Holika are both sisters.

Choosing the best school for your child

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Nowadays, choosing the best school from the many options available is a nightmare. Here are some tips for parents looking for a school for their ward.

Infrastructure

Infrastructure is really important in choosing a good school. The parents should see what the school has to offer? They should see the classrooms. Moreover, nowadays a smart classroom is a must. As students are getting more and more into extracurricular activities, the school should have a supporting infrastructure. The labs for practicals of the knowledge must be up to the mark too.

Faculty

Students have to spend a good amount of time in schools. So, the faculty in the school must be really good. They should be able to take care of the students. Also, the administrative staff of the school should be really supportive. They should understand the student’s mentality.

They should be caring souls as the kids require that the most. The teachers should know all the goods & bad about their students. Also, they should work on their students and rectify the bad.

Food

The kids have to stay some 8 hours in the school. So, food is important. But, kids need something new otherwise they get bored. So, the food should be tasty, healthy & new so that the kids eat as much as their body requires. So, a clean kitchen is a thing to look for. Also, the food should be checked and tested, as parents know the taste of their child.

Security

Children will be children. They will climb, jump, and do a lot of things they should not do. So, good security around them will keep them safe. Parents should see whether the school has a good bounded campus. Also, they should keep an eye out for the cameras. They are really important to keep a real-time scrutiny of things.

Aparnaa Carnival (Day 2): Events at the top school in Jharsuguda

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The top school in Jharsuguda organizes great events. The Aparnaa Carnival is one of such events. We have already discussed Day 1 of the carnival here . Further, here is the recapitulation of Day 2 of the event.

Arts & Decor Competition

The competition of making the best out of waste was on the second day. Being at the top school in Jharsuguda, the competition was a little different. Here there were teams of mothers & students together. Also, they made a lot of good designs with all the materials. There were some great exhibits in display too. While, this was going on the students were enjoying other activities too.

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Zorbing Balls

The zorbing balls were some attraction. The lawns of the school were made free for the use of these balls. Here children were seen having great fun in the balls, bouncing around & crashing into each other. That was something. With the balls, there were trampolines too. There were auto-balancing unicycles too.

The Unicycles

Now the unicycles were something. They were the favourite of kids & they seemed to be enjoying them. All the kids wanted to have a go on the unicycles. With a professional helping the kids out, they were safe and having loads of fun. That was something amazing to see.

The top school in Jharsuguda always makes sure that the students enjoy a lot with the parents and teachers in such an event. There is more. Stay tuned for more information.

Christmas Season: The Festive Season of Winter

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Introduction:

Christmas is the season of joy, peace, and happiness. It is the special season set aside to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. Though this was its original purpose, the celebration of Christmas has grown to become a symbolic time for living in peace and love.

Christmas is essentially a reminder of why we should stick to the deepest parts of our humanity. That is, through celebration, we are reminded that we should share, give to the less privileged, spend time with loved ones, and have a positive outlook about life in general.

Christmas Season

Origin of Christmas:

Many people assume Christmas is strictly a Christian celebration and they would be right if modern evidence is to be considered. However, with regards to its origin, this notion cannot be farther from the truth. In actual sense, Christmas originated a few decades after the birth of Jesus in the old Roman Empire.

Christmas emanated as the Pagan celebration of the concept known as Saturnalia. This celebration was aimed at celebrating the return of the sun and the end of winter. The celebration is usually a weeklong affair and is marked by lawless activity and a system of penal exemption from lawless acts such as housing breaking.

In the 4th century, Christians adapted the last day of Saturnalia to be the celebration of Christmas. The aim was to get the pagans to associate this period with positive things. Consequently, lots of pagans converted to Christianity on the promise that they could still celebrate their tradition in this day. Whether Jesus was actually born on the 25 of December is not substantiated by historical evidence.

Importance of Christmas:

Why do we celebrate Christmas? Why do we go the extra mile to celebrate, give and create an atmosphere of merriment? The answers to these questions are numerous but we would mention a few.

1. Christmas reminds us of the importance of giving and sharing with friends and family.

2. Christmas shows the importance of joy and happiness.

3. Through Christmas, we know that Jesus’ birth is the beginning of great things in the world.

4. It is also an opportunity to correct actions we aren’t proud of in our lives.

5. It is generally an opportunity to think about nature and the reason for our existence.

Srinivasa Ramanujan: The Man Who Knew Infinity

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Srinivasa Ramanujan is one of the world’s greatest mathematicians, and he is known for his great work done in his field. He made many of his theories very popular in the world. This is why his principles are still used in many countries.

Early Life

He was born on December 22, 1887, in Erode, Tamil Nadu. Also, he is known for many contributions made in the theory of numbers. It is very startling for many people, but in the beginning, Ramanujan never studied mathematics. He studied mathematics and became its expert in the latter part of his education.

Srinivasa Ramanujan studied some books written by international mathematicians, and after a few years, he made many of his theories on mathematics.

Ramanujan was very poor, and he did various research only under bad circumstances, but later he was supported by Ram Chandra Rao and his clerical job, due to which he was able to learn more and invent many new studies on mathematics.

Adulthood

In 1914, he won a scholarship to England and studied hard under Godfrey. He worked hard and also invented various other theories. Ramanujan surprised every teacher with the knowledge of mathematics. Also, he never knew the modern techniques of mathematics. But, at that time he still performed better than many professors and researchers.

He invented many theories, and the most famous ones are followed: Ramanujan continuously, Mok Live work, Ramanujan estimation, Ramanujan Pradhan, Ramanujan Live ceremony, Ramanujan’s zodiac, Ramanujan’s set series, etc. He also won the companionship of the royal society.

He worked for a very short period because he was only 32 years old, but his teachings are still alive in many people’s minds and textbooks. So, this country was about Srinivasa Ramanujan, the country’s best mathematician.

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Reading Habits in Kids (Cultivate the habit)

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Cultivating reading habits in kids has become really important these days. With the growing technology, parents are in a confusion of what to do.

Here are a few key points to help you with it.

Daily Reading Time

Allotting a specific time for reading can take the effort a long way.  This, in turn, develops a habit of reading in the children. After some time the kids will do it on their own. But, at the start, you have to sit with them. This will help a lot to get reading habits in kids.

Create a Reading Space

A proper place for reading is really worth it. This will help the child to concentrate on the book. Helping them to understand the subject in more depth. Although a quiet room with some books & a study table will help.

Reading to Children

At the start, children will not be attentive in reading. So, you have to read some books with them. Let them feel & enjoy the writer’s thoughts. This will help a lot in cultivating reading habits in kids.

Trips to Libraries

Sitting & reading at a library is a beautiful experience. Kids should get to feel that. So take them to libraries. Let them sit down and read something. With them, you can read something too.

Reading Freedom

The children should be able to read whatever they feel like. It’s a big no-no to tell them what to read. This in turn will discourage them from reading. So, it’s a must to develop good reading habits in children.

Make the kids relate

Now reading a lot & not relating to any of it won’t help. Make the children relate to the writer’s thoughts. Show them the thoughts in day to day life. This will make them interested in reading more & living it.

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Amitabh Bachchan: The Legacy

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Amitabh Bachchan: The Legecy

Amitabh Bachchan: the megastar of the Indian film industry needs no introduction at all. Amitabh Bachchan Sir celebrates his 78th Birthday. We at the top school in Jharsuguda wanted to tell his story in our words.

The actor has millions of fans not only in Bollywood but all over the world. The megastar turned 78 today. Noted film personalities and others have come forward wishing the megastar on social media.

The actor didn’t forget to thank his fans amidst his birthday celebrations. He has thanked all those who wished him via his Instagram account. He replied saying ‘your generosity and love be the greatest gift for me. I cannot possibly ask for more’.

When Inquilaab turns to Amitabh

Amitabh Bachchan was born in Inquilaab Srivastava on October 11, 1942 in Allahabad.

However, at the suggestion of fellow poet Sumitranandan Pant, his father Harivansh Rai Bacchan changed his name to Amitabh, which means ‘the light that will never die’.

The Beginning of an Era

After completing his education in New Delhi, he worked for a shipping company in Kolkata for seven years. Then he reached Mumbai and some film personalities got attracted to his voice. He made his film debut in 1969, as a voice narrator in Mrinal Sen’s National Award-winning film Bhuvan Shome. His acting life started after that.

The Journey in Bollywood

His first acting role was as one of the seven protagonists in the film Saat Hindustani directed by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas. The film Zanjeer established Amitabh in a new persona the “angry young man” of Bollywood cinema. He is the host of the popular TV Show Kaun Banega Banega Crorepati (KBC).

Personal Life

He married Jaya Bachchan in 1973 and the couple has two children.

Aparnaa World School, the top school in Jharsuguda wishes the great man and an inspiration for generations, a very Happy Birthday. May you have all peace and happiness in life.

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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.

Aparnaa World School, the best boarding school in Odisha, likes to keep its students informed about their health.

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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.

Aparnaa World School, the best school in Jharsuguda is truly inspired by his thoughts and ideas.

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