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Dear Parents

Term 1 examinations are commencing, in this stressful period lots of mood swings, sadness, enthusiasm, rudeness can be expected from the children.

It’s a crucial time to support your child, here are few tips-

1. Wake your child up in the morning with positive stroke, touch or a hug.

2. Start your child’s day with positive statement like I love you, let’s start this beautiful day.

3. Encourage your child with positive statement before she/he leaves for exam like I am sure you will excel, give your best, all the luck to you.

4. Don’t pass your anxiety or fear on to your child whatever the situation is, positive support from your end will give a boost to your child’s confidence.

5. When the child comes back avoid discussing paper or asking how was the  exam, instead ask how was the experience.

6. Create healthy and happy atmosphere at home specially during exams.

7. Avoid giving marks target to the child.

8. Avoid continuous advice or nagging.

9. Stand by your child even if the exam has not gone as per your or his expectations.

10. Ensure calm sleep of 6-8 hours during exams.

11. Don’t let the child encounter with negative statements or unrealistic expectations from relatives or friends as it will prove detrimental for child.

Remember each child is special and has potential to touch the pinnacles of success, only he needs your support.

All the very best!!

Dear Parents

Warm Greetings!!

In the present context of globalization, the demand for skilled and multi skilled workers has increased. So, there is a critical need for quality skill development and training. The integration of skill development and education is essential for skilling to take wings.  Introduction to skill training at a young age can give the student an opportunity to explore various options and accordingly narrow down on a vocation of his/her liking. Apart from this, it will also help them prepare and adapt to real work situations without much effort. It will ease the transition phase from being a student to being a professional.

As per New Education Policy 2020 and CBSE notification “At Middle Level, one skill module of 12 hours duration could be offered as an option to the students for single academic session.” So, keeping the same in view, the school has decided to introduce following skill courses or vocational subjects from class VI onwards.

1.  Artificial Intelligence

2.  Information Technology

3.  Coding

4.  Data Science

5.  Financial Literacy

6.  Handicrafts

Looking forward to take learning on a higher platform.



Commitment & Hardwork Rewarded...

Dear Parents

It's a matter of great honor and pride for us that our worthy mam principal,  Dr. Vandna Shahi has been designated as DTC (District Training Coordinator) for Ludhiana district by CBSE - Centre of Excellence. She is working as a key functionary for all the matters related to training of teachers both in offline and online mode, Hubs of learning, identifying qualified and experienced resource persons, coordination with School Training Coordinators appointed in all schools , bringing in the notice of the office of COE any matter shared with them by the schools in the district and handling all other assignments given by COE Chandigarh from time to time. May she scale greater heights and achieve more such milestones in future!!

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