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Title: E-MAGZINE


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E-MAGZINE
KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA MANKHURD Mumbai region
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EDITORIAL BOARD
  • Patron Mr. S. Ajay Kumar -
    Principal
  • Chief Editor Mrs. S. Jagannadhan- Primary
    teacher
  • Sub Editors Mrs. Anju Bhatnagar- Primary
    teacher

  • Mr. Ankush Ingole- Librarian

  • Mrs. Mary
    John-Primary teacher
  • Creative Head Mrs.Shivani Arora-(TGT Eng)
  • Student Editors Master Felix Jude- IX C
  • Master
    Rahul Kumar IX C



  • Miss
    Shivani Bhat- IX B
  •  

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INDEX
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  • 1CHAIRMANS MESSAGE
  • 2) PRINCIPALS MESSAGE
  • 3)HISTORY AND HERITAGE
  • 4) FELICITATIONS
  • 5)COMMON MINIMUM PROGRAMME
  • 6) DISASTER MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME
  • 7) VISIT TO BRITISH COUNCIL
    LIBRARY
  • 8) SPORTS
  • 9)MY SPACE
  • a) ) EXAMINATION IS A CRICKET
    MATCHN Shireen
  • b) K V AND ME-
    SAKSHI PANWAR
  • c)MINISTERS OF OUR BODY
    KIRAN PAWAR
  • d) GLOBAL WARMING NAWAZ KHAN

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To end

10) TEACHERS SPACE A) HEY YOUTH GET
UP Mrs. S.Jagannadhan. B)BOOK
REVIEW Mrs. Prabhavati C)BOOK
REVIEW Mrs. Anju Bhatnagar
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  • CHAIRMANS MESSAGE

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Cmde DP Kulkarni
It gives me great pleasure to write this message
for the inaugural E-Magazine of KV Mankhurd.
With revolution in information technology,
internet has penetrated, slowly but surely, in
our live and like Ali Babas Cave has opened a
treasure of knowledge, entertainment and
information to all of us. Sitting at home the
students can access information about distant
people, on diverse subjects at distant corners of
the world. The E-Magazine is a unique initiative
started by KV Mankhurd to give not only to
parents and students, but to all stakeholders, an
overview of various activities of the school. It
will also stimulate creativity of school children
through yet another medium with a very wide
reach. Simultaneously making the school library
also on line will enhance the access of
children and parents to the more than 10000
books. They can browse the titles and choose the
books they want to read. This will definitely
help them in their project work, preparation for
competitive exams etc.
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  • I think this is a small step but with a very
    large footprint in enhancing the knowledge of
    children of this school. I am sure more and more
    students and their parents will make use of this
    facility and contribute regularly to enrich the
    E-Magazine with their literary talent and
    creative ideas.

Jai Hind
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Principals Message
S. AJAYA KUMAR
Perseverance to achieve excellence is the
slogan at Vidyalaya and the Vidyalaya has been
taking long strides of excellence and perfection
in all fields including academic.
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  • Efforts are constantly being made to instill
    confidence and courage of conviction coupled with
    leadership in the new generation for their
    hollistic development.
  • The present E Magazine is a good source of
    inspiration and platform for students and
    teachers to exhibit their talent and
    creativity.
  • I congratulate the students for this noble and
    commendable venture with a word of thanks to
    their teachers who encouraged them. With pleasure
    I do submit this issue of E Magazine to the
    students and their parents.

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HISTORY AND HERITAGE
  • Nestled in the beautiful sylvan environ, amidst
    the blessings from heaven, far from the maddening
    crowd of typical Mumbai, set in the backdrop of
    western ghat hills, the New E shaped building
    of Kendriya Vidyalaya, Mankhurd came to majestic
    existence on 11thJuly 1998. The school houses
    more than 1500 students in its sprawling campus.
  • Since its inception it has been in forefront
    making long strides in imparting quality

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  • Education. The vidyalaya has classes from I to X
    and classes XI and XII with Science and Commerce
    streams.
  • The Vidyalaya is managed by the Kendriya
    Vidyalaya Sangathan, an autonomous body under the
    ministry of Human Resource Development,
    Government of India. The Vidyalaya is affiliated
    to Central Board of Secondary Education, New
    Delhi.

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  • The Vidyalaya takes utmost care in imparting
    educationof the highest standard and inculcating
    the values of co-operation mutual regard, honesty
    and integrity, discipline and social
    responsibility under the pivotal leadership of
    Principal Shri.S.Ajaya Kumar.
  • The Vidyalaya strongly believes that all the
    students should be developed holistically which
    includes cognitive leadership, physical, social
    and aesthetic perseverance and efficiency.

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  • Our motto at KV Mankhurd is to make learning
    contagious.

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  • FELICITATIONS
  • Kendriya Vidyalaya, Mankhurd
  • congratulates its
  • Head Mistress
  • Mrs. Shobha Deshpande
  • For being the proud winner of
  • KE KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA SANGATHANS
  • Incentive Award 2009.

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  • COMMON MINIMUM PROGRAME
  • 1. TEACHING LEARNING MATERIAL
  •  
  • Copious amount of Teaching Learning
    Material
  •  
  • is generated by the teachers for efficient
    teaching learning programme.
  • PROVISION OF A DIGITAL DUPLICATOR
  •  
  • A photocopier from Canon is procured for Primary
    section for variety of learning materials like
    worksheets, question banks, activity sheets etc.
    and is very useful.
  •  

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  • RESOURCE ROOM
  • A separate Resource Room is available in the
    school which is equipped with a O.H.P, L.C.D.
    projector, Colour T.V.(29), a desktop computer
    with internet connection, white magnetic board,
    coloured markers, Educational C.D.s, Short films
    from Childrens Film Division along with
    hundreds of models, charts, globe, atlas, flash
    cards, masks of animals and cut outs. A time
    table for the Resource Room is made in such a way
    that every subject of every class gets a chance
    to visit the Resource Room at least once a week.

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  • CLASS LIBRARY
  • A modulated cupboard having aluminium frame and
    transparent acrylic sheet cover has been made in
    every class-room of the primary section. All the
    class teachers have got the rich variety of books
    from library as per the liking of the children
    which includes fictions, educational comics,
    games, puzzles, stories, magazines, encyclopaedia
    etc. Every week the children are issued a book of
    their choice and encouraged to write a review of
    the same. Every teacher is given a notebook to
    maintain the record of the issue of the books.

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  • EVALUATION
  • To keep the verve of teaching-learning high,
    class room teaching is observed by the Principal,
    Vice Principal and H.M.
  • Regular class-tests are conducted and remedial
    classes are conducted wherever required.
  • The answer scripts of the Session Ending
    Examination are re-evaluated by the H.M. and the
    Principal on the sample basis, i.e. 20 of the
    class strength.
  • Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation is done
    every month for class I and II while for class
    III onwards Unit tests, half yearly and session
    ending examinations are conducted as per KVS
    schedule.

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  • EVALUATION
  • Grading system is followed.
  • Academic record is maintained in Grading sheets
    and Consolidated Result Registers.
  • After evaluation of every exam and completion of
    report of each child, open day is arranged to
    give and take feedback of the parents.

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  • TIME-TABLE
  • Two block periods for each subject are given to
    encourage computer aided teaching.
  • A block period for CCA has been allotted.
  • For class I and II, the time table is flexible.

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  • EXPOSURE TO THE CHILDREN
  • To provide exposure to the children, house-wise
    Co-Curricular Activities, Sports and Games are
    organised at the school level.
  • Grand Parents Day is celebrated at the grand
    scale to develop the sense of regard,
    responsibility and to inculcate good manners
    among the children.
  • A Community Lunch is organised by every class
    once in a month.
  • Health check-up camp are conducted and the
    report of the same is sent to the parents for the
    follow up action.
  • Best performers in CCA, Sports and Bulbul and
    Cubs were sent to compete in the cluster level
    Balmela.

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FIRE FIGHTING DEMONSTRATION
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DISASTER MANAGEMENT
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  • Under the disaster management training, the
    school had organized a fire fighting program on
    31.7.09 with the help of N.A.D. Trombay, where in
    through lecture and demonstration safety measures
    were taught.
  • All the students and the staff of the school
    gathered in the prayer ground to view the
    programme. They demonstrated the different ways
    in which fire spread and the different ways of
    controlling it. Students keenly observed the
    demonstration of carrying people from a building
    which has caught fire. They also showed the
    dresses worn by the firemen while they perform
    the rescue operations.
  • Demonstration of pouring water using
    different types of nozzles for different types of
    fire fighting was remarkable.
  • Last but not the least the fire aid to be
    given to the injured persons was also explained

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A VISIT TO BRITISH COUNCIL LIBRARY. ON
INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY. A REPORT
  • DATE 8TH SEPT 09
  • Thirty voracious readers with three
    enthusiastic, encouraging mentors visited the
    British council library on the occasion of
    International Literacy Day i.e. 8th sept 09. The
    student were awe-struck at at the sight of
    systematic store house of books and the
    hospitality of the staff of British Council left
    them with the feeling of home like comfort.
  • As Francis Bacon said Some books are to be
    tasted, others to be swallowed , some few to be
    chewed and digested.

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  • The smell of the books and aura of British
    Council library increased the appetite of hungry,
    starving readers. So, very soon they started
    exploiting the library and noted down some names
    of books to be included in their school library.
    They took membership cards too.
  • On the whole it was quite satisfying
    experience for the knowledge seeking hearts.
  • By Mrs. Shivani
    Arora
  • Readers club

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SPORTS
  • Cluster level sports tournaments started in the
    end of July 09 in Mumbai region.
  • Kendriya vidyalaya Mankhurd organized cluster
    level chess tournaments for boys and girls.
  • All the 12 Kendriya Vidalayas of Mumbai
    cluster participated with great enthusiasm.
  • We congratulate all 10 boys and 16 girls of KV
    Mankhurd who are selected in various events for
    the Regional level tournament
  • We also congratulate 2 boys and 3 girls who are
    selected for the national level Tournament which
    is going to be held in Delhi in the month of
    November.

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  • EXAMINATION IS A CRICKET MATCH
  • Class room Cricket pitch
  • Student Batsman
  • Examiner Umpire
  • Paper setter Bowler
  • Questions Balls
  • Pen Bat
  • Marks Score of a Batsman
  • Easy Questions Good bowling
  • Tough Questions Fast bowling
  • A case of copying Catch out
  • Blank answer sheet Clean bowled.
  • - Shireen Tadvi
  • 9th B

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MINISTERS OF OUR BODY
  • HEAD Education minister
  • BRAIN Prime minister
  • EYES Law minister
  • EARS Post and telegraph minister
  • NOSE Health minister
  • TEETH Industrial and Civil Suppliers minister
  • TONGUE Broad casting minister
  • HEART Finance minister
  • LUNGS Home minister
  • STOMACH Food and Agriculture minister
  • HAND Labour minister
  • LEGS Transport minister
  • SKIN Defence minister
  • KIRAN PAWAR
  • VII C
  •  
  •  

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K.V. AND ME
  • If K.V. is a country.
  • I am its brave serving soldier.
  •  If K.V. is a state.
  • I am its famous city.
  •  If K.V. is a road.
  • I am its check post.
  •  If K.V. is a jungle.
  • I am its Tarzan.
  •  If K.V. is a bus.
  • I am its leading passenger.
  •  If K.V. is a bank.
  • I am its cashier.
  •  If K.V. is a playground.
  • I am its referee.
  •  If K.V. is a tree.
  • I am its top most leaf.
  •  If K.V. is a temple.
  • I am its priest.
  •  If K.V. is a school.

- SAKSHI PANWAR
VIII- B
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UNDERSTANDING GLOBAL WARMING
  • On a cold winter night, you would have
    snuggled under a blanket to keep yourself
    comfortably warm. Imagine if someone was there to
    cover you with a dozen blankets? It would get
    very hot! If you have experienced this, you will
    understand global warming better. A mixture of
    gases called atmosphere surrounds Earth. A few of
    these gases called the greenhouse gases have the
    ability to trap the heat of the sun. Just as a
    blanket keeps you warm, the greenhouse gases make
    the earth warm. Without this warmth, the earth
    would be too cold for us to live in. However,
    when there is too much of greenhouse gases in the
    atmosphere. The earth becomes too hot! This
    overheating of the earth due to excess of
    greenhouse gases make the earth warm is called
    global warming.
  • Since 1880, the earth has warmed by 0.8?C. As
    a result, ice in the polar region has started to
    melt, resulting in floods, rising sea levels,
    submergence of islands and coastal areas. It has
    also resulted in frequent hurricanes, droughts
    change in rainfall patterns and the extinction of
    many plants and animal species.
  • NAWAZ KHAN
  • VII-C

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  • HEY YOUTH GET UP
  • Hey youth get up
  • Now the time has come,
  • For you to make your way
  • To the present and the future,
  • And learn from the past
  • The lessons of peace and glory
  • To lead and to be led,
  • To make sure of the victory
  • Remove the dullness and darkness
  • Remove all the negatives
  • And make positive every dream
  • Of yours and your countrymen
  • For the future of the country is linked
  • To you and your fellow citizens
  • Get up and work with your energy
  • Your work of today will make your future
  • Yours will be the day and night to follow
  • Yours will be the future to come.

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BOOK REVIEW by Mrs. Prabhavati
  • Recently I read a book written by Sudha Murthy.
    Wise or Otherwise
  • The book had taken away much of time without my
    knowledge.
  • The eighteen chapters narrated the author
    experiences with the truth.
  • The high values involved in each chapter brought
    the rich experiences
  • Of the author in her day to day life the post
    revealed that every incident
  • brought a solution to a social problem such as
    dowry ,poverty, womens
  • Education, unemployment .The book not only
    educated by revealing
  • the truth, high values certain incidents brought
    out the pan on the errors
  • which were commonly occurred let graves this
    gave a lighter side to
  • the reader to enjoy the book. Finally the
    director of a leading software
  • company in India revealed her love for reading
    writing and paned
  • a way for the young mind to would in the correct
    path. so I expect everyone should read this book
    at least once.

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BOOK REVIEW by- Mrs Anju Singh Bhatnagar
  •  
  • Book - Brave New World
  • Author - Aldous Huxley
  • Publisher - Vintage Classics
  • Introduction by David Bradshaw, Worcester College
    Oxford 1983
  • Foreword by the author in 1946
  • Cost Rs. 200/- approximately 
  • I started reading Brave New World as it is
    recommended by the KVS in the core collection for
    school libraries. It took me sometime to
    comprehend the Introduction by David Bradshaw
    as the underlying ideas of the book takes ones
    thoughts to different pedestals of society,
    scientific, development technological,
    advancement, biologenetics which raises many
    questions and answers prevalent in todays times.
    In 1932, when the book was published the world
    was still under the great depression of 1926.
    Poverty and mass unemployment was everywhere.
    There was widespread fear of Americanization.
    This great novel of ideas is a warning against
    dehumanizing aspects of scientific and material
    progress. Its a satire. The novel is humorous,
    disturbing, imaginative, horrific and educative
    in its own way. The theme in Aldous Huxleys
    words is not the advancement of science as such,
    it is advancement of science as it affects human
    individuals. The triumphs of Physics, Chemistry
    and Engineering are tactically taken for granted.
    The only scientific advances to be specifically
    described are those involving the application to
    human beings of the results of future research in
    Biology,  
  •  

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  • Physiology and Psychology. It is only by
    means of the science of life, that the quality of
    life can be radically changed. The sciences of
    matter can be applied in such a way that they
    will destroy life or make the living of it
    impossibly complex and uncomfortable but unless
    used as instruments by the Biologists and
    Psychologists, they can do nothing to modify the
    natural forms and expressions of life itself.
  •  
  • Ford is the presiding deity of the World
    State, a global caste system and his industrial
    philosophy dominates every aspects of life within
    it. Babies are hatched in Hatcharies and not
    born to mothers to fill their predestined social
    roles. Science of human differences brought out
    while hatching enable, government managers to
    assign individuals his or her proper place in the
    social and economic hierarchy. Epsilon-Minus,
    Semi morons are bred for manual labour, at the
    base and castes of increasing ability are ranked
    above them. Alpha-plus are the top level, just
    below the Director. Stability of the World
    State is maintained through a combination of
    biological engineering and exhaustive
    conditioning. Virtues of passive obedience,
    material consumption and mindless promiscuity are
    inculcated upon electrified fuses. Savages still
    get married, make love, give birtthem by means of
    hypnopaedia or sleep teaching. Infact
    conditioning and in later years with the aid of
    drugs, people are kept happy and distressed. A
    fool proof system of eugenics designed to
    standardize the human products and so to
    facilitate the task of managers is sought.
    People having subversive tendencies or those who
    take delight in such deviant pleasures is being
    alone and abstain from sex are banished to
    Savage Reservations which are segregated by h
    and die of old age and disease.

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  • John, a savage at first enraptured by the new
    world, but he soon becomes disillusioned by the
    World State and its from his perspective that
    he full, totalitarian horror of AF(After Ford)
    632 is affirmed.
  • In 2008 sensex has again fallen at depressed
    low. Drugs are in use by youngsters, Marriage
    and belief in it is falling apart. Beauty
    pageants celebrate and endorse height, weight of
    particular proportions and everyone seeks it
    mindlessly which can be compared to mass
    production of eugenics in Brave New World. As
    long as things to right like flying from one roof
    to another, and getting some tablets to trigger
    happiness. But what happens when you are out of
    those comforts? Life becomes chaotic. In a way
    the book says that we should let the imperfect
    survive and not imitate developed countries.
    This book should be read by teachers as it would
    lead them to think how individual pattern of
    growth and differences and harmony in it makes a
    beautiful world.

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