We would like to present, with great pleasure, the 2nd volume of our e-magazine……On behalf of science department, we would like to thank everybody who contributed, and we hope that you all will enjoy browsing our school e-magazine.
The best job includes change and challenge. Both were provided by our very own Principal, Ms. Pooja Panchal ma’am, an unpretentious, insightful and caring person who dared us to explore and innovate. We are also thankful to our Director Academics Ms. Nidhi Arora Ma’am for her whole hearted support, appreciation and guidance at every step.
We believe that science plays an important role in our life which also affects the thought process of humans to an extent. It has been our constant endeavour to stir this urge by getting students and teachers, to write and to have say about the things that they feel, see and do. To draw and collect different outlook towards variety of science related topics, Science department of Victor Public School, conducted an interactive session-THOUGHT GENESIS among students, which is the core theme for our e-magazine this time.
To make this e-magazine visually attractive, topic wise videos of our THOUGHT GENESIS -interactive session have been added. As this souvenir was put together in a very short time, we hope that our readers will excuse any short comings.
The launch of our school e-magazine is a major milestone in the progress and development of our school. This e-magazine will open a window of opportunity to many people who will know that as an institution, we are destined to the bright future. We are creating a future full of optimism and enthusiasm, a future where every endeavour will succeed.
Mr. Sharwan Kumar
"The woods are lovely, dark and deep. But I have promises to keep, and miles to go before I sleep"
Victor Public School, Maujpur has fulfilled its commitment by empowering every child who has entered its portals with courage of conviction and strength of character to tide over the trials and tribulations of life. It is also a matter of great joy for me to see that at the same time the school is keeping pace with the rest of world. Our students have been taught to strike the right balance between tradition and modernization.
Victor Public School will continue to impart knowledge with virtue and moral excellence, therefore, instilling in each of its students the values of life. If we succeed in inculcating in them the internal values of trust, honesty, service before self, our mission will be fulfilled.
In the last 26 years school has shown tremendous progress. I dedicate this success to the hardwork and undying support of our staff and students.
I congratulate staff for their single-minded dedication to help the students traverse the greater heights of academic excellence and holistic growth. Last but not the least I wish the staff and the students’ success in all their future endeavours.
Dr. V.P. Panchal
"Success comes to those who work hard and stays with those, who don’t rest on the laurels of the past."
We live today in a world that is so very different from the one we grew up in, the one we were educated in. The world today is changing at such an accelerated rate and we as educators need to pause and reflect on this entire system of Education. Are our schools well equipped to prepare our children to face the challenges that the future holds?
Questions such as these are factors that motivate us to go through a continuous process of reflection and hence we at YPS work at implementing a well balanced curriculum to ensure that the children who walk into the portals of our Schools will not just love their school years but truly be prepared to face life’s challenges.
It was Margaret Mead who said "Children must be taught how to think, not what to think,” and to enable this, our motto of Knowledge, Imagination and Innovation is encouraged through a holistic approach."to motivate the weak, to address the average and challenge the gifted" is the teaching vision of our school.
Aristotle once said that, “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all.” Even as we impart education to match the advancement in technology and globalization, we march our children ahead with YPS’ ethos of moral values and principles. We endeavour constantly to instill these qualities in our children. We pride ourselves to help them grow and develop into sensitive and responsible citizens of the next generation. ...........Read More
Victor Public School situated at a very prime location of this vibrant Indian National Capital. Our School’s aim is to educate the youth of the world to take their productive place as leaders in the global community by offering our pupils a comprehensive education from Nursery to Class 10. We are a caring community where students’ needs are a priority and where traditional Indian and modern Western educational values are respected and encouraged to coexist. The curriculum emphasizes the acquisition of knowledge, useful skills, understanding, critical thinking, and problem-solving abilities for all students attending our School. The Management and staff believe that every student is unique and special and that they all have the ability to learn. We believe it is our responsibility as educators to nurture and develop every student to his/her maximum potential. Students are continually encouraged to appreciate our diverse community and to care for others by becoming global citizens and develop a concern and active respect for the environment........Read More
I heartily congratulate all of you on the publication of the maiden issue of the school magazine. I thank the editorial team for their efforts in making our dear come true. I really appreciate the editor for choosing very sensitive issue, ‘Sustainable Development’ . Much has been said by the young authors in their articles. I just want to quote a very touchy poem :
I took one look at Earth, and said, ”I have a diagnosis. Your health, it seems, is not so good. In fact, it’s quite atrocious. Your temperature is rising. Ice caps are melting into the seas. You need to breathe in clean air, so, why do you cut down your trees? Smoke and smog are clouding your skies. There’s congestion on every motorway. Your oceans are full of rubbish, and more is dumped, day after day. Many species are disappearing. Once they are gone, they won’t be back. I can’t bandage your Ozone Layer or fix global warming with an ice pack. You must look after yourself, Dear Earth. I’m afraid there is not much I can do, except advise you to clean up your act. The rest is up to you!” Lest take an oath to keep our planet safe and green.
Ms. Nidhi Arora
Industrialization is the period of social and economical change that transforms a human group from an agrarian society into an industrial society, involving the extensive reorganization of an economy for the purpose of manufacturing. But industrialization also leads to exploitation, global warming and urbanization which brings changes in family structure.
Many people choose to be vegetarians since a vegetarian diet is believed to be better for the human body. Although I agree that eating only plant foods can provide us with a healthier diet and essential nutrients, I do not believe that everyone should stop eating meat as it too has some essential nutrients.
Fossil fuels are originally formed from plants and animals that lived hundreds of millions of years ago and became buried deep beneath the earth’s surface.
80% of global energy comes from fossil fuels. However, the over consumption of these non-renewable fuels has been linked to the emission of green house gases and pollution into the atmosphere which is the leading cause of global warming. Earth’s temperature will increase from 2 to 6 degree Celsius by the next century which is 20% faster than the normal pace.
Zoos are premises for the captivity of animals, often in urban areas where many of the animals would not otherwise be found, with the intention of studying the animals and displaying them to the public at large. The first modern zoo evolved out of an aristocratic menagerie in Vienna in 1765. Many types of zoos now exist, from the petting zoos that encourage the public to get up and close with the animals to the large nature reserves that provide space for the animals to roam around.
Mobile phones are undeniable today. Almost everybody has a mobile phone. Formerly, it only functioned as a portable mean of communication. The function of a mobile phone has developed into entertainment. Furthermore, mobile phone has also come into the schools. However, it has both positive and negative effect on students.
It's ingrained in our minds from kindergarten that we should "reduce, reuse, recycle." Although we know that we should be recycling, that doesn't mean it's actually happening. To counter this, many towns have created mandatory recycling programs, in which residents are required by laws to recycle their goods and can be fined for failing to abide the law. But does the benefit outweigh the cost.
Cigarette, a long cylindrical roll of tobacco has been smoked by men for centuries. However, due to the fact that it has been the cause of several debilitating diseases, there have long been calls for it to be banned. In recent times, the call for a total ban on cigarette smoking especially in public places has become more strident. What are the facts? Should cigarette manufacturing and smoking be banned outright?
Nowadays, smoking has become more common in not only developed countries, but also in developing countries. We have already known that smoking is harmful for our health but many people start it each year.
Take a challenge everyday That tomorrow should be better Than today. When I fight my innerself, I lose battles sometimes But the war with myself, is what I win everytime I crib not about what is gone I forget the nights, start afresh every dawn Present, is what, I create and enjoy Content I am, like a child with his toy. What it is, matters, not to me 'Coz I believe to see what can be Not blaming others, fault in me, is what I see.
'Coz I believe if it is to be it is up to me. I just not know how to smile To reach it, double the efforts, Would I have sown. I counted not the seeds in a fruit But I believe in spreading a smile, For this, one needs to walk an extra mile. Step by step, step by step, is how I I tread the path In sea of failures, to reach success, I took a bath The fun lay, not in the destination But journey itself was a fascination. Nothing came free,
but with success in mind I paid the price, not just money, but in every kind. What it is to be successful, I had known But counted the fruits that came from every root. I hit the iron when it was hot But ridicule in return is all I got. BUT When I touched the pinnacles, I saw the viewpoint alter Concern in return for a little hard work, I think was a good barter.....