E-Magazines It is no denying the fact that whole world is working around the clock to fight against the most viral pandemic Covid-19 in which thousands of people have lost thier lives. In these circumstances,many fighters are fighting at the frontline to combat this deadly disease. Doctors,nurses,social-workers, civil services,helpers and many more are working day and night at the frontline. Therefore to cheer up the frontline fighters of Covid-19 ,Vivekanandans made drawings in lockdown time to salute the brave-hearts who are working tirelessly an are serving the nation at the forefront. “Mathematics is not about numbers and equations; it is about understanding.” To say education is important is an understatement. Education is the weapon to improve one’s life. Mathematics is the cradle of all creations, without which the world cannot move an inch. Be it a cook or a farmer, a carpenter or a mechanic, a shopkeeper or a doctor, an engineer or a scientist, a musician or a magician, everyone needs mathematics in their day-to-day life. Even insects use mathematics in their everyday life for existence.Maths Activities for existence. Different from ‘Maths drill ‘ and other conventional classroom techniques, maths activities make solving problems less of a task and more of challenges. Vivekananda World School is taking an initiative to improve such skills by teaching them various shortcuts to deal with multiplications.Certain qualities which were nurtured by students were power of reasoning, creativity, abstract or spatial thinking, critical thinking, problem-solving ability and even effective communication skills. https://youtu.be/qFabCFGsBKM “All labour that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance, and hence should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.” Labour Day is a reminder for us that these are the real architects of our society, and they deserve their due respect. We have always believed that it is small acts of kindness that count and we attempt to inculcate that same virtue in our children. On the occasion of International Labour Day our children took the opportunity to thank all those who are helping us out in these tough times. They showed their gratitude by making posters ; dressing like labourers and by saluting the extraordinary workers. The activity was designed to forge a better understanding of the labour community among our students who must learn to respect and appreciate their efforts. Overall it was a fruitful day which taught our little ones how to be thankful to everyone. For many, the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements is a forgotten oddity—a chart of boxes 🔍filled with mysterious, cryptic letters last ♈️encountered on the wall of high school chemistry class. Conquering matter is to understand it ; and understanding matter is necessary to understanding the universe and ourselves ; and that therefore Mendeleev’s Periodic Table ; which just during those years we were learning to unravel ; was poverty. Mr Vipin Sharma (Vice Principal, VWS) enlightening the students with the concepts of “Periodic Table” amidst the COVID 19 that helped students understand not only how it’s organized but also how to identify and apply patterns and relationships. https://youtu.be/E4x5jcxn_WI “Dance is the hidden language of the soul.” It’s International Dance Day — time to get those feet moving! Which song always gets you into a dancing mood ? 🎶 In order to share the joy of dance with world and promote all forms of dance, International Dance Day is celebrated on 29 April. It spread education about several forms of dance and its value in its art form. Basically, this day encourages participation and education in dance through various events and festivals held all over the world Vivekanandans celebrated International Dance Day with their family members. No creature in this Universe can be as potent as a mother!! She is the one who is probably endowed with all the power. God has in a way given her the power to take up the affairs of the world.Our mother is like a protective shield for us because she protects us from all the troubles. She never pays attention to his problems and she listens for us all the time. As we all know, there is a special place for mother in the heart of the children. And why not, she is capable in it. A mother takes care of her child for every moment. And in order to celebrate the unfathomable power of a mother, Vivekananda World School celebrated this exclusive day called Mother’s day when each one of the Vivekanandan in its own way honoured Motherhood and its essence. Everyone has heard of the phrase, “survival of the fittest.” So far no species has been successful to steal that title from us humans. Animals life is at stake because of this title and has always been. They had always been treated as a source of human pleasures and desires. Hunting and poaching of animals for their skin, teeth and meat has been constant, such activities have led to the endangerment and extinction of many animals, birds and plant species. Although there are many natural reserves, sanctuaries, national parks and animal shelters today (more than ever) the reckless consumption of animal products has continued and disturbed the balance in nature. Humans don’t realise that soon there will be nothing left to extract from nature if we don’t control and change our way of living. We must learn to adapt to a lifestyle which is less harmful for the ecosystem and more conservative and safe for other species to thrive.To make students aware about the endangered species ; Vivekananda World School encouraged them to perform various activities “Family is not an important thing ; it’s Everything” Today is a day of family, love, happiness and being together. It’s a great day to do everything that you want together with your beloved ones. Family is a network of relationships in which parents are connected to children, children are connected to parents and siblings are connected to each other via strong string of love and care. A sweet and secure feeling comes in our mind when we think about family. Love is base of a happy family and care is a strong bond which keeps the connection among the members of a family. Time for each other keeps family members close to each other thus creating a strong happy family. To remind and recognize the importance of a family, Vivekananda World School celebrated International Family Day . Science has made a mark in almost everything we do. Without science life would be unimaginable. Right from the time we wake up, till the time we go to sleep, the role of science is unbelievable immense. Inventions like the electric fan, and the electric bulb have made our lives easier. Other inventions like the television, computers, refrigerators have made our life more comfortable. Vivekananda World School motivated students to perform various handmade experiments like lung model ; windmill etc Waste has to be looked upon as a global issue as it concerns proper sanitation. An excellent plan to reuse the waste will give room for provision of potable food, water, shelter, communication and transport. Basic essential to society and also the economy as a whole. In many countries, there are minimal to absolutely no rules for regulating the waste. There are no rigorous enforcement or implementation of the same leading to opting of cheapest available course of action for the removal of the waste. Plastic is one of the most dangerous items that take hundreds of years to degrade. It is hazardous due to Styrofoam, polystyrene foam in it. Hence, there is a ban on plastic. Replacing them are Biodegradable plastics, which is, plant derived resin like polylactic acid. Vivekanandans performed various activities on waste management with excitement. “Biological diversity resources are the pillars upon which we build civilizations.” Biological diversity is often understood in terms of the wide variety of plants, animals and microorganisms, but it also includes genetic differences within each species. If we pollute the air, water and soil that keep us alive and well, and destroy the biodiversity that allows natural systems to function, no amount of money will save us. Vivekananda World School celebrated International Day of Biological Diversity to raise awareness of this day and see what we are doing to help biodiversity flourish In light of the global pandemic of COVID-19, we encourage Vivekananda World School to participate in spreading the importance of Milk in a person’s life. It is the first food of a child after birth and is perhaps the one food a person consumes throughout life. And not just humans, milk is the first food any living creature in the world is fed with. Every single nutrient which the human body needs on a daily basis is present in milk like protein, calcium, healthy fat, iodine, potassium, vitamin B2 and B12 and phosphorus. And it is not just the nutritional value of this drink, milk and milk products are a million dollar industry in the world which feeds humans and the economy as well. Thus, it also celebrates the efforts of the people involved in this industry and their efforts to meet the dairy needs of people in the country. Vivekanandans took initiative to spread the message of inculcating maximum utilization of milk in one’s life. “Cooking is an art, but you eat it too.” When people eat , a kind of satisfaction and pleasure make them happy.And whatever can make a person happy could be considered as an art. Food is a universal necessity. But it is only human beings who endeavour to transform food into something more. Preparing food and feeding people brings nourishment not only to our bodies but to our spirits. Feeding people is a way of loving them, in the same way that feeding ourselves is a way of honoring our own createdness and fragility. Each culture enjoys its way of cooking, its meals and food in general. For lots of people it is a joy and something they will never leave or stop. People will keep on cooking no matter what because human in their nature they get bored and that’s a thing in all cultures. Cooking has always been a good hobby for people and part of relaxing and fun entertainment for some category of people. There is always something new to be learnt about cooking and its all about creativity and making a better taste of bland materials. It has been one of the humans interests since the beginning of their creation and has always been improved. Vivekananda World School students learnt the creative art of cooking with great innovation and enthusiasm. “The bicycle is a single solution to some of the world’s most complicated problems.” When it comes to our health, we often forget that the simplest of things would be the most beneficial, something like a bicycle that would not only be good for the environment but for us too. The bicycle is a simple, affordable, reliable, clean and environmentally fit sustainable means of transportation. It serves as a tool for development and as a means not just of transportation but also of access to education, health care and sport. The idea for the day is to motivate and inspire people towards having more tolerance, understanding and respect for one another. The other thing is that the bicycle signifies a more sustainable means of transport that is not only good for people but for the environment and the economy too. On this World Bicycle Day, Vivekananda World School strived towards fitness and inculcated healthier lifestyle . “Environment is no one’s property to destroy; it’s everyone’s responsibility to protect.” A clean environment is very important to live a peaceful and healthy life but our environment is getting destroyed day by day. The situation of our environment is declining day by day due to pollution and global warming. To safeguard the environment for a better future, we should promote environmentally friendly development in our country. The environment gives us countless benefits that we can’t repay our entire life. As they are connected with the forest, trees, animals, water, and air. The forest and trees filter the air and absorb harmful gases. Plants purify water, reduce the chances of flood maintain natural balance and many others. To make life better and more natural, World Environment Day was celebrated by performing art and craft activities and watering the plants by Vivekanandans to bring some positive changes in the environment around the world. So , Lets nurture the nature so that we can have a better future. Children nurtured with love and care outshine as marvellous human beings on the earth. The most vulnerable members of societies – namely children are the ones those are most affected by the consequences of war. The day signifies its acknowledgement of the pain suffered by children throughout the world due to the physical, mental and emotional abuse they have gone through. The emotional, social and physical development of young children has a direct effect on their overall development and on the adult they will become. That is why understanding the need to invest in very young children is so important, so as to maximize their future well-being. International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression is observed on June 4. The main aim behind observing this day is to acknowledge the pain suffered by children across the world, which is caused due to any kind of abuse including physical, mental and emotional.To foster them with utmost love and care , students of Vivekananda World School delivering the importance of bringing up a child with affection. Mathematics as an expression of the human mind reflects the active will, the contemplative reason, and the desire for aesthetic perfection. Its basic elements are logic and intuition, analysis and construction, generality and individuality. Mr Paramvir Sharma, Administrator (Academic) & an eminent mathematician, teaching & guiding students the basics of construction of graphs. ardentmathematician anintellectual https://youtu.be/7t-Os4Ov4JM “Our ocean is our future.” When we think of public health risks, we may not think of the ocean. Increasingly, however, the health of the ocean is intimately tied to our health. World Oceans Day, annual celebration honouring the majesty of Earth’s oceans and the economic, aesthetic, and environmental services they provide. World Oceans Day is celebrated yearly on June 8 to raise awareness of the plight of the oceans and the marine ecosystems they contain. As the challenges to the ocean continue to grow, so does the need for novel solutions and the people driving them.Your efforts to protect the oceans must be like the stretch and depth of the ocean.This World Oceans Day, pledge to not let the life in the sea die because of our wrong actions. Vivekanandans celebrated World Ocean Day and strived to protect the oceans. “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will.” Drug abuse is a widespread problem that makes individual drug users the prime victims. But drugs also affect all of us, wherever we live and whatever we do. Drug abuse can cause serious physical and mental deterioration. The problem can tear apart the family structure and make it hard for learning. Difficulties on the job due to drug abuse make it hard for employers to run their businesses. People experiment with recreational drugs out of curiosity, to have a good time, because friends are doing it, or to ease problems such as stress, anxiety, or depression. Drug abuse can lead to humane loss. When you fill your mind with positive thoughts, this could help you feel better and push away thoughts of depression and negativity. Students of Vivekananda World School display posters on international day drug abuse and illicit trafficking thereby awakening the society to be fit. “You’ve gotta dance like there’s nobody watching, Love like you’ll never be hurt, Sing like there’s nobody listening, And live like it’s heaven on earth.” A good dancer is not necessarily defined by great technique, skill, or ability to pick up choreography but by confidence. When you feel the music, it penetrates to your soul. Everybody’s a dancer. Taking part in a recital or performance helps dancers to overcome shyness, fear, anxiety and stage fright. Vivekananda World School is giving a chance to showcase all of their hard work, dedication, and progress from throughout the year. As children experience getting on stage, performing for an audience, and being applauded for their efforts, they gain self-confidence that will carry with them in all aspects of school and life! “To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” – Buddha. World Zoonoses Day is important to every one of us because it brings to light the various diseases that animals can cause through virus, bacteria, pathogens and the ways we can prevent diseases.World Zoonoses Day is held every year on July 6. The day commemorates July 6, 1885, when Louis Pasteur successfully administered the first vaccine against Rabies virus, a zoonotic disease. World Zoonoses Day… Approximately 150 zoonotic diseases are known to exist. Zoonoses can spread from direct contact with animals or indirectly. Vivekananda World School tried to explain and spread the awareness among the masses through Slogans. We are fighting a similar disease, so we should stay strong and overcome it. 17 July is celebrated as World Day for International Justice because this day is the anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute in 1998. With the help of this treaty, the International Criminal Court (ICC) was established. This day is celebrated because it is necessary to make people aware and united to support justice and also to promote the rights of the victims. Various events around the world are organised to promote this day and also to support the International Criminal Court (ICC). Students of Vivekananda World School learned about Nelson Mandela who fought for love; peace and harmony. “We need to keep making our streets safer and our criminal justice system fairer – our homeland more secure, our world more peaceful and sustainable for the next generation”.-Barack Obama Nelson Mandela was born on 18 July, 1918 in South Africa. He was a great politician, revolutionary and philanthropist. On 18 July, Nelson Mandela birthday falls so, this day is celebrated as Nelson Mandela International Day. The day is observed to “Take Action; Inspire Change; Make Every Day a Mandela Day.” He had devoted his life to the service of humanity; as a human rights lawyer, a prisoner of conscience, an international peacemaker and the first democratically elected president of a free South Africa. Students of VWS learning the importance of justice in the livelihood and learned that nothing is impossible and only determination is required to fulfill the dreams. “Life will defend itself no matter how small it is.” “A bell cannot tell time, but it can be moved in just such a way as to say twelve o’clock – similarly, a man cannot calculate infinite numbers, but he can be moved in just such a way as to say pi.” Pi denotes the relationship between a circle’s circumference and its diameter and is denoted by the fraction 22/7 which calculates approximately to 3.14. One of the most widely recognized mathematical constant, π, is an irrational number, the digits of which repeat in a random fashion and are never ending. As per reports and mathematical experts, Pi is known for almost 4000 years. It is also believed that Mathematicians began to use the Greek letter ‘ in the 1700s. Pi Approximation Day is celebrated in many different ways such as having lots of pie and discussing the significance of the Pi. It is also observed that many schools and education classes also hold contests to find out which student remembers the Pi to its maximum number of decimal places. Students of VWS learnt about the existence of π on this PI Approximation Day in an innovative manner. “The ones who are crazy enough to think they can succeed , are the ones that do. “ A Mathlete is a person who competes in mathematics competitions at any level or any age. The goal of the Mathlete Competition is to “provide a challenging, engaging mathematical experience is both competitive and educational.The contest’s stimulate enthusiasm and a love for mathematics, introduce important mathematical concepts, teach major strategies for problem solving, develop mathematical flexibility in solving problems, strengthen mathematical intuition, foster mathematical creativity and ingenuity, and provide for the satisfaction, joy, and thrill of meeting challenges.” Vivekananda World School organized Mathlete competition for the students of the region wherein students can showcase their stills. Conservation means the wise use of the earth and its resources for the lasting good of men”- Gifford Pinchot Earth provides enough to satisfy every man’s needs ; but not every man’s greed.Conservation of nature is very necessary. It is necessary to create a healthy environment to safeguard the present and future generations. There are several threats to nature like deforestation, illegal wildlife trade, pollution, using plastics, chemicals, etc. Earth has provided basic necessities to live like water, air, soil, minerals, trees, animals, food, etc. So, we should keep nature clean and healthy. Vivekanandans celebrated World Nature Conservation Day by making posters and leaf impressions to better understand the importance of sustainable environment. ” Kill one tiger = Kill all tigers. Killing tigers is the GREED not the NEED : SAVE TIGERS. Let us keep the tigers in jungles & not in history, save tigers. Let’s save tigers. “ Tigers occupy an important place in the Indian culture. Since ages, it has been the symbol of magnificence, power, beauty and fierceness and has been associated with bravery and valor. The tiger also has a significant place in Hindu mythology as the vehicle of Goddess Durga.Tiger is symbol of wilderness and well-being of the ecosystem. By conserving and saving tigers the entire wilderness ecosystem is conserved.They are considered as the best hunters of the world.Saving Tiger is not only our duty but also our responsibility. The first thing what we can do is create awareness among people. Vivekananda World School celebrated International Tiger Day making posters and face mask to learn the importance of saving animals. श्री कृष्ण गोविन्द हरे मुरारी , हे नाथ नारायण वासुदेवा , एक मात स्वामी सखा हमारे , हे नाथ नारायण वासुदेवा.. जय श्री कृष्ण The festival of Janmashtami marks the birth of Lord Krishna, the deity who is known for his wisdom and one who is believed to be the eighth incarnation of Lord Vishnu.Hindus celebrate this festival with great joy and happiness. The actual celebration of Janmashtami takes place during the midnight as Sri Krishna is believed to be borned on a dark, stormy and windy night to end the rule and violence of his uncle, Kansa. All over India this day is celebrated with devotional songs and dances, pujas, arti, blowing of the Conch and rocking the cradle of baby Sri Krishna. In order to celebrate the birthday of Lord Krishna , Vivekanandans participated in various activities spreading love and affection. “A moment comes, which comes but rarely in history, when we step out from the old to the new; when an age ends; and when the soul of a nation long suppressed finds utterance.”—Jawaharlal Nehru Independence Day is celebrated annually on 15 August as a national holiday in India commemorating the nation’s independence from the United Kingdom on 15 August 1947, the day when the provisions of the Indian Independence Act 1947, which transferred legislative sovereignty to the Indian Constituent Assembly, came into effect. Independence Day is a reminder of the sacrifices of our valiant freedom fighters who stood up against the colonisers and even suffered harsh consequences unflinchingly, so that the later generations could breathe in free air. Slaving for 200 years and claiming back our country makes us marvel at the great leaders. Saluting the nation and its freedom fighters on the 74rd Independence Day; Vivekanandans celebrated it by making slogans ; virtually reciting poems and giving speeches during online classes. 🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳🇮🇳 Happy Independence Day Let’s continue our Commitment to Nation Building ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Saare Jahaan se Accha Hindosta Hamara Jai Hind 💐💐💐. Om Gan Ganapatay Namo Namah! Shri Siddhivinayak Namo Namah! Asta Vinayak Namo Namah! Ganapati Bappa Moraiya! Ganesh Chaturthi, in Hinduism, 10-day festival marking the birth of the elephant-headed deity Ganesha, the god of prosperity and wisdom. It begins on the fourth day of the month of Bhadrapada ; the sixth month of the Hindu calendar.This festival is celebrated once a year and is considered to be the most important festivals for Hindus. While it comes to the importance of Ganesh Chaturthi, it is celebrated as a symbol of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune. Students of VWS celebrated Ganesh Chaturthi digitally making eco friendly makhar and paper cups Ganesh. “After a lifetime of working, raising families, and contributing to the success of this nation in countless other ways, senior citizens deserve to retire with dignity.”-Charlie Gonzalez Senior citizens Day is observed on 21 August every year. It aims to raise awareness about issues that affect the lives of older adults and to acknowledge their contributions to society.This day was created as a day to support ; honor and show appreciation to our seniors and to recognise their achievements. Students of VWS showcase their love to elders thanking them for all the love and support that they extend their entire life for their family. You educate a man; you educate a man. You educate a woman; you educate a generation. Women are the world’s greatest inspiration.Mother Teresa, also called St.Teresa of Calcutta, will always be remembered for her contribution to society. August 26, 2020, marks the 110th birth anniversary of the great saint- Mother Teresa. She always believed in equity between men and women. Considered to be the greatest humanitarian to have ever lived ; Vivekanandans cherished the women equality day and birth anniversary of Mother Teresa making cards for the females in their family. “Oratory should raise your heart rate. Oratory should blow the doors off the place.” Oratory is the art of eloquent speech or declamation.The words that move the crowd, that influences them, impresses them and inspires them, are the tools of a great orator.One of the most difficult but essential oratory skills is the ability to connect with your audience. The orator dominates those who hear him, convinces their reason, controls their judgment, compels their action. Oratory has been called the highest art for it encompasses all other disciplines. It requires a knowledge of literature, the ability to construct prose, and an ear for rhythm, harmony and musicality. Oratory is not mere speaking, but speech that appeals to our noblest sentiments, animates our souls, stirs passions and emotions, and inspires virtuous action. Vivekananda World School organized “oratory for life” competition amid pandemic times to share their opinions on managing these times. Nariyal (or Narali) Purnima, Coconut Day, is celebrated by Hindus in western India in the union territory of Daman and Diu, on India’s west coast, and in the nearby state of Maharashtra at the end of the monsoon season. This is the time of year when the fishing and water-trade season begins again, and, in thanks, people gather at the shores and throw coconuts into the Arabian Sea as offerings to Varuna, the sea god. For another, coconut kernals are a standard offering to the gods.Onam is a major annual event for Malayali people in and outside Kerala. It is a harvest festival, one of three major Hindu celebrations along with Vishu and Thiruvathira, and it is observed with numerous festivities.Though it’s origins are often attributed to aspects in Hindu mythology, Onam is celebrated as a cultural festival across all communities in Kerala Students of VWS collaboratively celebrated coconut day and Onam festival by relishing coconut Ladoos and Modaks.