Educators Challenges are as deep as the ocean and as high as the sky

Posted by The Open Page | 25th May 2018

 
Educators- Challenges are as deep as the ocean and as high as the sky.
 
In an increasingly complex world in which more or less radical changes take place at all levels of social life, we believe that we need to re-think education. The sustainability of the objectives and content of education have to be put to the test; teachers’ roles, the teaching process and school as a learning organization must be reconsidered.
 In the Professional Learning Community  , educators are be

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Which career line will give me my desired success

Posted by The Open Page | 23rd May 2018

 
 
                              Which career line will give me my desired success? 
 
 
Let’s peacefully decide what you should be considering before making your career choice.
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MY NATION MY PRIDE

Posted by The Open Page | 16th April 2018

 MY NATION –MY PRIDE
 
India my nation, my pride
My whole heart salutes you.
To be an Indian I need to ride,
From North to South and East to West.
India my nation, my pride….
This is the land of sacrifice
This is the land of peasants
This land is full of price,
The price of the heroes 
Who sacrificed their lives?
India my nation, my pride….
 

Libraries- Lets Make Them Happening Places in our Schools

Posted by The Open Page | 28th November 2017

 
Libraries: Let’s Make Them Happening Places in our Schools!
 
 
From clay tablets to machine printed words to e-books – writing has changed many modes. But motive remains the same - that of conveying thoughts through various evolutionary methods and equipment. 
 
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Happy Future's Day

Posted by The Open Page | 13th November 2017

 
HAPPY FUTURE’S DAY
Who is the Future being referred to - CHILDREN in totality
Do something today that your future self will thank you for. It is an ever growing legacy of investing in children of all sizes. Lot of theories have put emphasis on the mould-ability aspect of the tender minds of the future scientists, doctors and engineers definitely information technology and mars. The cynics may be the loudest voi

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CHILDREN-HAVE ROSE COLOURED FUTURE

Posted by The Open Page | 5th November 2017

 
 
CHILDREN-HAVE ROSE COLOURED  FUTURE
 
Who is the Future being referred to - CHILDREN in totality
Do something today that your future self will thank you for. It is an ever growing legacy of investing in children of all sizes. Lot of theories have put emphasis on the mould-ability aspect of the tender minds of the future scientists, doctors and engineers definitely information technology and mars. The cynics may be the loudest voices, but they don’t accompl

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How can a teacher imbibe Professional Approach?

Posted by The Open Page | 20th December 2017

 
How can a teacher imbibe Professional Approach?
 
Society respectfully eyes a Doctor, Architect, Engineer, Chartered Accountant, University Professor, etc. but when it comes to a teacher, especially a School Teacher that respect is often taken lightly. In such cases, a teacher looses the charm of his or her role and merely restricts towards fulfillment of duty without much intervention into the fulfillment of the objective of a teacher. As a result the parents often develop hostility for such teac

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Are you a superior teacher or a great teacher?

Posted by The Open Page | 30th January 2018

 
 
Are you a superior teacher or a great teacher?
 
As per words of William Arthur Ward, “A mediocre teacher tells. A good teacher explains, a superior teacher demonstrates and a great teacher inspires.” A teacher of our school was touched by the above quote and asked me the question, “Sir, how can I become a great teacher?” The very question urged me to find out do we really need to be great teacher? Are we to decide that? What does it take for one to become a gr

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All books talk, you just need to go closure to become the best friend

Posted by The Open Page | 18th January 2018

 
 All books talk, you just need to go closure to become the best friend?
We have seen from time to time people have amazed why reading is important. There, they find so many different kinds of things to do with one's time. Reading is essential for a variety of reasons. We will see that at some of those basics reasons below, but it is essential to know that efforts with the vital reading skills are not a signal of low intelligence. For example, John Corcoran, who wrote The Teacher Who Couldn't Read, is a very i

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It always seems impossible until its done

Posted by The Open Page | 28th February 2018

 
 
“It always seems impossible until it’s done”
 
 Cultivating a success to score a very good percentage marks in board exam should be inside every student’s mind. Remember  students , You have to expect things of yourself before you can do them,
Start where you are ,need not to worry if you find yourself at the least knowledge stage, use what you have  first and then try to make your content stronger taking it as a base ,do what you can, don

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Lessons learn from Lord Shiva

Posted by The Open Page | 13th February 2018

 
 
Some Important lessons To Learn From Lord Shiva
Lord Shiva is  known as the destroyer of evil forces and is known by various names such as Mahadeva, Pashupati, Mahakaleshwar, Natraja, Bhole Nath, etc. In most spiritual aspects,  He commutes on a divine bull named Nandi.
Lord Shiva has many iconic features on his looks such as a third eye on his forehead, a snake named Vasuki around his neck, his throat is blue, a beautiful crescent moon on his head, the holy river Ganga flowing d

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READING COMPETITION 2018

Posted by The Open Page | 10th February 2018

 HURRY UP !!!!!!! FOR FREE REGISTRATION OF READING COMPETITION 2018
 
Dear Sir/Madam,
SVS English School, Ahmedabad invites you for ‘Inter- School Reading Competition’ in collaboration with ‘The Open Page”, Educational Newspaper, which will be held at SVS English School on 25th February 2018 Sunday. The competition is for classes
Sr.KG to 6.
Timings for the competition will be from 9 a.m. to 12:30 noon.
 
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Libraries Lets Make Them Happening Places in our Schools

Posted by Dr. Rashmi Kumbar | 23rd November 2017

 
Libraries: Let’s Make Them Happening Places in our Schools!
 
 
From clay tablets to machine printed words to e-books – writing has changed many modes. But motive remains the same - that of conveying thoughts through various evolutionary methods and equipment. 
 
The skill of reading printed word begins at childhood and goes well beyond adulthood. Enhancing of this skill takes place at various levels - at home with parents, in the clas

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Learning the required age based skills

Posted by Dr. Vishal Varia | 22nd November 2017

 
Learning the required age based skills for age 15 to 20 years
 
In previous to last month we have seen the age based skills set for age group 8 to 14years, hope you must have taken note of it. Continuing further for the same, in this month I am sharing with you the required age based skills for age 15 to 20 years. Essentially this fall in the criteria of higher secondary and higher education especially from grades 10to college. A school is always performing the task of developing the children’s a

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HAVE A ROSE COLOURED FUTURE

Posted by The Open Page | 14th November 2017

 
Who is the Future being referred to - CHILDREN in totality
Do something today that your future self will thank you for. It is an ever growing legacy of investing in children of all sizes. Lot of theories have put emphasis on the mould-ability aspect of the tender minds of the future scientists, doctors and engineers definitely information technology and mars. The cynics may be the loudest voices, but they don’t accomplish, said by President Obama. It is the teaching methodology that matters more than books, these

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Celebrate Engineering

Posted by Nirja Oza | 15th September, 2017

 Celebrate Engineering (India)
 
What is engineering?
 
 Engineering is a profession in which scientific knowledge and mathematics, gained through study, experiment and practice are applied with intuition or judgment to develop ways to use economically, the materials or forces of nature for the benefit of mankind. This word has turned the face of the earth to look more interesting and accommodating.
 
When and why is engineer's day celebrated?

Hindi Divas

Posted by The Open Page | 14th September,2017

 

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TEACHER AN ANTIDOTE

Posted by Salla Vijay kumar | 5th September 2017


 TEACHER – AN ANTIDOTE

This is my humble submission to all my Teachers, essentially those from whom I have learnt so much, to stand tall today and all those people who unknowingly or unintentionally made me learn so much by coming and being a part of different stages in my life, instilling the passion of learning into the world by large. We come across quotes, messages and motivational speeches and momentarily get overwhelmed by the message that is to be communicated. If one statement could make you smile

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The most important festival

Posted by Krutarth Joshi | 5th September 2017

   Guru: preceptor, grinder and a torch bearer
                 
‘If you want to check the real situation of any country, just visit the school.”   -APJ KLAM
                                          &nbs

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Education Should Be Coupled with Moral Values

Posted by Ms.Milli Singh | 23rd August 2017

 

A teacher plays a key role in building a society and a nation. An anonymous orient list said, ‘If you want to destroy the civilization of a nation there are three ways destroy the family structure (mother), education (teacher) and lower their role models and references (scholars).’ If we undermine the role of these three eminent builders, seek no advice from them and give no importance any civilization can easily meet its decline. 
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Kargil Vijay Diwas

Posted by The Open Page | 26th July 2017



 
We can’t go back in past to change what happened, but humanity at least teaches us not to forget our heroes who sacrificed their lives while we were resting in our homes doing our usual stuff. ‘Kargil Vijay Diwas’ is celebrated on every 26th July in India. The war was fought for more than 60 days. Altogether 527 soldiers were sacrificed in this battle. On this memorable day’s celebration; We can at least remember them and spend few minutes to read about them who made this day unfor

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International Nurse Day 2017

Posted by The Open Page | 12th May 2017


2017 - NURSES: A VOICE TO LEAD - ACHIEVING THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
 
Unfortunately, many people seem to think that the most important people in the healthcare system are the doctors, but this is simply not true. Ever the underdog, nurses play a key role in all of our medical institutions, being responsible for the welfare, safety and recovery of patients. Nurses have an enormous amount of knowledge and many diverse skills they spend years perfecting and developing, all the time working in decidedly

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Intellectual property rights

Posted by The Open Page | 11th April 2017


November 14th is celebrated as Children's Day all over India,
in the loving memory of Jawaharlal Nehru. Y. J. Trivedi & Co.
celebrated this day in a very unique way, as IPR Bal Din wherein
they organized an event comprising of Games, Crossword Puzzles, Skits and many
more interesting things based on various upcoming issues pertaining to
Intellectual Property Rights, which children come across in their day to day
life. This event was organized under the aegi

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YRC GTPL

Posted by The Open Page | 11th April 2017

The young reporters club organized a special children’s day event in association with GTPL on the 14th of November at GTPL Nirmans office. The participants were chosen from our members YRC schools and they were given a unique opportunity to showcase their talents on the prestigious Gujarati news channel Nirman. Some members were chosen for news anchoring while others participated in live symposiums and interviews. Mr. Padmakant Trivedi from GTPL had arranged training for these eager youngsters before the special program. The particip

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Regulating Playschools

Posted by The Open Page | 10th April 2017

Playschool with Day care is a lucrative business if implemented intelligently with quality. To open a playschool one needs permission of only a local municipal authority and from the society in which the house is located in which the playschool is planned to be opened. These playschools are not regulated in any way otherwise. Many incidents of child abuse in these schools have come to light. This has made the Government to plan rules to regu

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Certificate Award Giving Ceremony - Training on International Arbitration

Posted by The Open Page | 10th April 2017

  
From L to R: Ms Nilu Vaidankar, Mr.Vatan Brahmbhatt, Mr. Sameer Shah, Director CIArb (UK), India Branch, Mr. Archit Bhatt, MD, TLSPL, Veteran Wg Cdr Jaydev Desai, Mr. Parag Sheth and Mr. Vishal Shukla.
 
Tripada Learning Solutions Pvt Ltd, an education company of Tripada group, Ahmedabad has signed MoU with Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (UK), CIArb(UK), India Branch to create awareness and trained professionals on International Arbitration. The first training program was organised on 15 and 1

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Three Languages Plan by CBSE

Posted by The Open Page | 10th April 2017

CBSE has decided to bring back Std X board exam. Earlier students were required to take two languages for Std X. Out of these two one could be a foreign language. In a recent proposal sent to HRD ministry in December 2016, it is proposed to follow three languages system for class X board exam.
If approved, out of these three languages one could be English. As per this proposal, foreign language could be the fourth language and can not be one of these three. Therefore, students

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International Knowledge Center visits Indian Schools for Abroad Study Prospects

Posted by The Open Page | 10th April 2017


International Knowledge Center (IKC) works as a bridge which directly connects the international institution to Indian Students. They bring different universities to connect with students and help them understand their admission process for further studies. Ms. Yashika Maini being the main speaker of the event and member of IKC firm addressed all the students, parents and teachers with great zeal. She introduced all the 8 Universities’ associates to the audience. 
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Inter School Chess Tournament

Posted by The Open Page | 7th April 2017

Inter School Chess Tournament by Abhinam Chess Academy and The Open Page On 3rd and 4th December, the Tripada International School’s campus was filled with little chess masters as an Inter School Chess Tournament was organized by ‘Abhinam Chess Academy’ and ‘The Open Page’.  The ambience for those two days was full of Dynamism, Spirit of winning and endless love for the game of Chess.  All the players were charged up for their game rounds and they did not let their energy get down till all 5 rounds that

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Winners of 3rd Educator's Award

Posted by The Open Page | 7th April 2017

 

Congratulations to all the Winners of 3rd Educator's Awards

Following the successes of The Open Page’s 1st and 2nd Educator’s Awards, the 3rd Educator’s Award held with the same zeal and excitement at ‘Hare Krishna Hub, Ichhapore- Surat. The function which contains two rounds had its 1st round i.e. The Jury Round at ‘P.P. Savani School, Surat’. The two days long award function was held on 21st and 22nd January 2017. The record breaking number of audience which we go

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A Semina on Theatre in Education by Tuppets in collaboration with The Open Page

Posted by The Open Page | 7th April 2017

 A Semina on Theatre in Education by Tuppets in collaboration with The Open Page



Tuppets is the name originated with the thought of ‘Theatre Puppets’, with the sole aim of enhancing the academic level of students and improvising their innate abilities. Tuppets is a performing arts department which provides Certificate Courses for fostering effective learning in one’s personal and academic life. These Long term/Short term Certificate Courses are for people from all walks of life. 

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IIT Guwahati invites students to participate in 'Ishan Vikas' scheme

Posted by Hiten | 20/10/2016

GUWAHATI: IIT Guwahati has invited participation of schools of the north eastern states for the upcoming two-week residential central 'Ishan Vikas' programme.

The scheme is open for students of Class IX and Class XI science stream for the programme to be held between November 30 and December 22 next, an IIT-G press release said on Wednesday.

Selected students and accompanying teachers will be provided air travel, food and lodging during the period of the visit, the release said.

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