NEWS

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016

SCRIPT OF A SPEECH BY ANUSHA KRISHNAN,GHSS KAMBALLUR


EDUCATION-THE KEY TO SUCCESS

script by ANUSHA KRISHNAN,12 SCIENCE,GHSS 
KAMBALLUR

A warm good morning to one and all. Respected principal, teachers and my dear friends,

"If you educate a boy, you train a man. If you educate a girl, you train a village." But are the women of our country India getting enough and good education? Are they enjoying freedom and equality? Are they empowered in all sense? Without thinking much we can say no. I think this is the right time to think about these issues as today is March 8, International Women's Day.

We all may have different dreams about our country India. Me too have a dream about a developed India where all the women enjoy equality, freedom and have greater access to education. As said by the famous economist Christine Lagarde in her speech, women empowerment is directly linked to economic growth of the world. The factors which are necessary for women empowerment are 'Learning, Labour and Leadership'.

Learning or education is the first step up on which any change is built. It helps women to help themselves and to know about their rights, through which they can make changes.

Labour is the second step which helps women to expand and achieve their true ability. But they face a lot of problems at work place, like low wages, low status and low security. One of our most important norms should be "equal pay for equal work".

The third one is leadership which enables women to rise and fulfil their abilities. We have so many examples of empowered women. For example, Mother Teresa, Mary Kom, Madam Curi etc.

Dear friends, let us try to inculcate equality, freedom and education to women of our country. For this, women should be ready to dare the difference. They should step out from their comfort zones. The society has a wrong prejudice about women that, they are the one meant only to the kitchen. We should prove this wrong by educating women, which is the first step of making changes. Education is the key to success. Education is the light to remove darkness thereby removing ignorance.

MALALA YOUSAF ZAI, , is a great example of what education and courage can do with women. . She says that one student, one teacher, one school, one book and a pen can change the whole world. We will realise the importance of light when there is darkness. We will realise the importance of voice when there is silence. We will realise the importance of education when we see guns and weapons'.

Dear friends, now is the time to make changes. Now is the time to take initiative . As students we also can support and work hard for women empowerment. As  citizens of India, it is our responsibility to provide basic facilities of education to our sisters and daughters. Let us work together for a developed India, where women enjoy equality and freedom.

Let me conclude my words. Thank you for your kind attention and have a nice day. Once again thank you.

edited on 21/09/2016-CKR

Monday, July 25, 2016

CLASS assignments this week 25/07/2016

  11 A,11 B


Write the main ideas in the article by Nehru on Gandhi.

you may use the following ideas

the uncertain conditions in India
the arrival of Gandhi
..............................................
moulding of India according to Gandhi's ideals and wishes
the amazing qualities of Gandhi.


 You may use sentences like .......

Nehru speaks about the uncertain conditions in India after the second world war. He says that the arrival of Gandhi is  an important phase in freedom struggle.


12 B

WRITE A SUMMARY OF THE STORY -MATCHBOX

Sunday, July 24, 2016

A Speech on Women Empowerment- SCRIPT BY AMAL VARGHESE ,GHSS KAMBALUR

 EDUCATION FIRST    BY AMAL VARGHES,12B, KAMBALLUR

click here to download this file in pdf

RESPECTED PRINCIPAL, TEACHERS AND MY DEAR FRIENDS,

As we all know, today, March 8, is the International Women’s
day. All over the world, the day is observed to ensure that
women have an equal share in developmental activities. In
India economists, scientists, -each and everyone- are trying to
make India developed. And, still India is crawling without
development. India cannot  attain development @ 2020 if
everything goes like this. Why ? Because of the lack o
EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN.

India is one of the countries who consider women as second
class. India is one of the countries where a woman is
discriminated. We still have the dowry system. Female foeticide
is common. Although these are prohibited by law, they still go
on in our society.

Women empowerment is the key factor of development.
Recent researches show that elimination of gender gap in
economic participation can bring an increase in per
capita income.

We are celebrating MALALA DAY to support Malala . But Malala
says it is the day of everyone who raise their voice for their
rights and education. There are many women who struggle for
their rights and education. The life of an Indian woman
generally speaking is a series of slaveries. Until she is married
she is a slave of her husband and when she gets married she
becomes a slave of her husband and when the husband dies
she is a slave of her son whom she chooses to depend on.

This condition must be changed. As Christine Lagard says the
3L’s- LEARNING, LABOUR, and LEADERSHIP . The adage
that “IF YOU EDUCATE A BOY YOU TRAIN A MAN. IF YOU
EDUCATE AWOAN YOU TRAIN A VILLAGE” also points outthe importance of education for woman. Weakness, fear,
hopelessness must not rule the woman. But strength, hope, and
courage must rule them. This could be acquired through the
education.

The proverb “PEN IS MIGHTIER THAN SWORD”.
Is relevant here. The right education at right time will help
women to face challenges.

Learning helps women to know their rights and duties. Labour
or employment gives her the economic power to assert herself.
A woman without any income has to depend her father,
husband or her son for her needs. Leadership makes the
women powerful. She should be able to lead so that the world
become a better place to live in. Lagard says that women can
be better leaders than men. Women tend to make decisions
based on consensus building, inclusion, compassion and
sustainability.

For this women need the key called education. As George
Washington said, “EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO UNLOCK THE
GOLDEN DOOR OF FREEDOM”. For this , women must be
shielded with unity and empoerment . They must reject
prejudices of cast, sex, religion and colour. They must rely on
their potential.

And now it is the time to start or to continue our journey for
women education. It is true that sometimes women lack the
confidence to their competence. They have to change their
mindset .They should be ready to “dare the difference” to
take risk and step out of their comfort zones. I , therefore ,ask
the girls assembled here to take charge of their lives. You have
a lot to gain and nothing to lose by trying to make yourself
equal to men. “One child, one teacher, one book and one
pen can change the world. So education first ”.

I wish you success in your endeavours!

( ACTIVITY WRT UNIT 1/LESSON 1/ 12 READER /DHSE KERALA )

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

THE CAREER OPTIONS OF MY STUDENTS IN 11

LIST OF STUDENTS WHO PARTICIPATED

VIMAL T DOMINIC
RAHUL RAMACHANDRAN
ABHIJITH P
ADARSH P
SONU SABU
JOSEPH CHACKO X1-B
 ADARSH P

JOSEPH CHACKO X1-B   
SONU SABU  
 CYRIL BABU +1 B
JOSE REJI X1- B
ALAN LOUIS XI A 


options

* A good person
* Engineer
* Teacher
* Naval officer
* Advocate
* Village officer
* Police men
* Agricultural officer
* Army men
* Electrician

ENGINEER
NAVY OFFICER
BANK ACCOUNTENT
ARMY OFFICER
POLICE MAN
DOCTOR
POLITICIAN
ADVOCATE
TEACHER
GOVERNMENT OFFICER
*ADVOCATE
*BANK ACCOUNT
*BUSSINESSMAN
*NAVY OFFICER
*TEACHER
*POLITICAN
*DOCTOR
*VILLAGE OFFICER



1.TO BECOME AN AEROSPACE ENGINEER

2.TO BECOME AN IAS OFFICER

3.TO BECOME A ROBOTIC ENGINEER
4.TO BECOME A SCIENTIST IN ISRO OR NASA
5.TO BECOME A NAVY OFFICER
6.TO BECOME AN IPS OFFICER
7.TO BECOME A DETECTIVE
8.TO BECOME AN AERONOTICAL ENGINEER
9.TO BECOME A SECRETARY GENERAL OF UN
10.TO BECOME AN ADVOCATE
1.To become a secret agent

2.detective

3.merchant navy

4.un jenarel secretary

5.tourist guide

6.politcs

7.indian navy

8.I.A.S

9.advocate

10.scientist

1.TO BECOME AN AEROSPACE ENGINEER

2.TO BECOME AN IAS OFFICER

3.TO BECOME A ROBOTIC ENGINEER
4.TO BECOME A SCIENTIST IN ISRO OR NASA
5.TO BECOME A NAVY OFFICER
6.TO BECOME AN IPS OFFICER
7.TO BECOME A DETECTIVE
8.TO BECOME AN AERONOTICAL ENGINEER
9.TO BECOME A SECRETARY GENERAL OF UN
10.TO BECOME AN ADVOCATE
1.TO BECOME A SOFTWARE ENGINEER

2. TO BECOME AN IPS OFFICER

3.TO BECOME AN IAS OFFICER

4.TO BECOME A NAVY OFFICER

5.TO BECOME AN AERONOTICAL ENGINEER

6.TO BECOME A HARDWARE ENGINEER

7.TO BECOME A DOCTOR
8.TO BECOME AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEER
9.TO BECOME A RAILWAY ENGINEER
10.TO BECOME A TEACHER

1. Aerospace Engineering and be employed in ISRO or NASA.

2. B.Tech in Aeronautical Engineering and get employed in NASA directly.

3. an international pilot.

4. an Avionics scientist.

5. joining Air Force.
6.an astronomer,
7. an astrophysicist,
8. a mechanical engineer
 (all which can help me get a position in a space crew).



Best wishes.


Hardwork and determination will show you the way.

 





 







Saturday, July 16, 2016

How to transact THEN GANDHI CAME to a class of special learners

 11 ENG- HELP SELF LEARNING continues.....

 How to transact THEN GANDHI CAME to a class of special learners

LESSON PLAN

1.Silent reading of the whole text.(let the paragraphs be numbered from 1 to 13.
2.Sit in groups and complete the worksheet ( match the summary with the right paragraph.Just add the numbers 1-13 ). Click here for the worksheet.
3. Discuss and find out the right paragraphs  with the help of the teacher.(click here for answer sheet provided )
4.Now re-arrange the paragraphs in the right order to get a summary of the aricle.( making sentences from the ideas may also be discussed before writing the summary)
5. The children read the summary they have  prepared  and compare it with the summary provided in the printed sheet.(click here for a summary)

ADDITIONAL ACTIVITIES CAN BE DONE

For  additional notes,click here

Saturday, July 9, 2016

SYMPTOMS OF DIFHTHERIA

 FROM MAYO CLINIC

DIFHTHERIA Symptoms

By Mayo Clinic Staff
Diphtheria signs and symptoms usually begin two to five days after a person becomes infected and may include:
  • A thick, gray membrane covering your throat and tonsils
  • A sore throat and hoarseness
  • Swollen glands (enlarged lymph nodes) in your neck
  • Difficulty breathing or rapid breathing
  • Nasal discharge
  • Fever and chills
  • Malaise
In some people, infection with diphtheria-causing bacteria causes only a mild illness — or no obvious signs and symptoms at all. Infected people who remain unaware of their illness are known as carriers of diphtheria, because they can spread the infection without being sick themselves.

Skin (cutaneous) diphtheria

A second type of diphtheria can affect the skin, causing the typical pain, redness and swelling associated with other bacterial skin infections. Ulcers covered by a gray membrane also may develop in cutaneous diphtheria.
Although it's more common in tropical climates, cutaneous diphtheria also occurs in the United States, particularly among people with poor hygiene who live in crowded conditions.

When to see a doctor

Call your family doctor immediately if you or your child has been exposed to someone with diphtheria. If you're not sure whether your child has been vaccinated against diphtheria, schedule an appointment. Make sure your own immunizations are current.

Sunday, July 3, 2016

Online Communicative English training -trial classes started today : 3/7/2015 Sunday; GHSS KAMBALLUR

TRIAL CLASSES were conducted in  Communicative English  today with the help of smart room facilities in GHSS KAMBALLUR under the auspicious of ERUDO ONLINE TUITION CENTRE,KANNUR.Akhil Joseph,KADUMEMI and Radhakrishnan C K coordinated the events in the  programme termed as LEAP.  Deepthi Kannur was the trainer who took classes from the studios in KANNUR.The students were sitting in the smart room of a government school in Kamballur ,a remote hill area in south east Kasargod, about 70 km from Kannur city. The teacher and the students interacted with each other through video conference facilIty.The class lasted for 2 hours.The students expressed satisfaction over the interaction during the review session.Improving the video and audio quality is one challenging task identified in the review session.