Leaders ascending the throne!

NewsSource : Times of India – Student’s Edition, Thursday December 14, 2017, P-04

Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Librarian – HPS

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A Trip to the Kalam Memorial at Dilli Haat, INA

Hamdard Public School organized a trip to the ‘KALAM MEMORIAL’ for the students of Classes 7 & 8 with the collaboration of Times NIE Students.

Kalam Memorial is one of the most awaited memorial Park of our Late President Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. It was inaugurated at Dilli Haat, INA on July 30, 2016 to keep the legacy of Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam  alive in the heart of every Indian. The park is a biggest testimony of our undying love for the ‘Peoples’s President’ as he was fondly called. Dedicated to Dr Kalam and every child of India, the memorial continues to inspire score of visitors,especially young minds.

The park has on display his personal belongings, including books, spectacles, pen, clothes, writing pads, unpublished papers,audio-visual materials etc. which will continue to inspire youths around the world in the coming years.

Students have enjoyed the exhibition and learnt a many valuable teachings of Dr Kalam. Teachers who had accompanied the students stated that “Really, He is a Man ahead of His times, who gives us memories of a lifetime.”

Pics of the day!

Source: Ms. Afreen Thabassum, (Social Science Dept.)

Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Sr. Librarian, HPS

 

SCHOLASTIC BOOK FAIR @ HAMDARD PUBLIC SCHOOL

The Scholastic Book Fair 2017 was  organized in the premises of Hamdard Public School, Talimabad Campus. Displayed more than 500 titles of various genres: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Science, Space, Art & Craft, Dictionaries, Yearbooks, etc. along with a many  activity box, the fair has filled a great enthusiasm among students.

The books titled ‘NO TOUCH’ by J. Krishna and ‘SCHOLASTIC YEAR BOOK 2018’ were the highlights of the book fair.

The Fair has been ended on the day of  Parent-Teachers Meeting (PTM) which provides an opportunity for the parents as well to get a glimpse of the book world. Students filled with a zest and zeal purchased the books along with their parents.

It was really an excellent learning experience  for all who becomes the part of the fair.

Pics of the day:

 

 

Fair Coordinator/Source : Ms. Shabana Siddiqui, Librarian (Primary)

Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Librarian (Senior)

 

 

Motivational Sessions: Teacher’s Workshop @ Hamdard Public School

Hamdard Public School organized a workshop for teachers titled as ‘TEACHERS POSITIVE AND ENCOURAGING ATTITUDE TOWARDS CHILDREN & THEMSELVES’.

The resource person Mr Lokesh Darira from Eupheus Learning has presented a simple yet informative presentation to the teachers in his own dynamic and motivated style. The workshop emphasized on developing a healthy and positive teacher-student relationship. He laid emphasis upon the fact that successful teachers are always exploring new and exciting strategies that keep students motivated and committed. 

Teachers were described as a Game Changers in a students life. The importance
of a smile on teachers face was encouraged in fostering better relationship with
students. The success of a student was determined by emotional quotient
consisting of IQ & Academics both. 

The Principal Mr. Zubair Ahmed Khan has appreciated the way of Mr Darira and presented him a token of love. The teachers enjoyed the workshop and learnt the various ways to enhance their vocational skills.

It was really an excellent, informative experience for all presented there.

Pics of the day:

Program Coordinator/Source: Ms. Shabana Siddiqui, Primary Librarian, HPS

Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Senior Librarian, HPS

 

 

 

 

An educational trip to the National Science Centre

Hamdard Public School organised an educational trip to the National Science Centre, New Delhi for their students of class 5 along with the teachers and a supporting staff on 07.09.2017 (Thursday).

The National Science Centre showed a warm welcome to all and interestingly presented various curriculum based programs to the students through their projection technology.

Students and teachers visited the prehistoric life gallery. 35 species of life forms of different ages such as gigantic dinosaurs, early birds, giant scorpions and other living creatures were exhibited in the gallery using artificially created matching ambience through special light and sound effects.

The exhibition prompted the kids to answer several mind boggling questions as how life originated on our planet? Where did it evolve? Who were our ancestors? And so on.

In addition to this, the Centre also displayed curriculum linked sphere show on the planets and natural satellite in the solar system. A six feet diameter sphere-a giant digital globe attracted students’ attention to the animation, graphics and images on planetary data. Designed programs were aimed at creating and enhancing scientific awareness while at the same time imparting scientific education in an interesting way.

PICS OF THE DAY:

Source: Ms. Ayesha Farha, PRT (HPS)

Courtesy: Ms. Misbah, Librarian (HPS)

The 23rd Delhi Book Fair 2017 @ Pragati Maidan (26 Aug – 3rd Sep 2017)

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Here comes, the 23rd edition of Delhi Book Fair commencing from 26 August 2017 till 3rd September 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. The fair is organized by India Trade Promotion Organisation and in association with Federation of Indian Publishers.

Book Fairs have a great role to play in promoting the reading habit among people of all age groups. Delhi Book Fair is playing a pivotal role in reiterating the might of the pen and the printed world and has come to be recognized as the biggest book bonanza keenly awaited by students, teachers, scholars, authors, intellectuals, librarians and book lovers. Apart from promoting literacy and reading habit, especially among children and youth, the fair presents a vast panorama of Indian books on a wide range of subject. The fair provides a unique platform for business to business transactions, establishing new contacts, entering into co-publishing arrangements, translation and copy right arrangements, reprinting of old and rare books, apart from providing retailing opportunities as a multitude of visitors to the fair.

A number of Conferences and Seminars, buyer-seller meets, book releases, book discussions, literary activities for children and meet-the-author will be organized during the Fair. The fair is also complemented by the Stationery/Office Automation and Corporate Gifts Fair held concurrently with its product profile.

Venue: Hall 8 to 12 Pragati Maidan, New Delhi 

Timings: The timings of fair: 10.00 am to 8.00 pm 
(entry to fair will close at 7.30 pm)

Source: http://indiatradefair.com/micro-delhi-fair/

Courtesy: HPS Librarian, Ms. Misbah