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The First Term Progress Report of your ward has been uploaded on our school website.
You may please go on to the school website (http://www.dpssurat.net) and follow the steps given below to access the progress report of your ward:
1. Click on Login → Parent’s Login
2. Click on Progress Report link to view the Progress Report.
In case of any query on this matter please contact the class teacher via the class blog.
Please note the following:
1. The performance discussion for class V F will be on 23/10/2013(WEDNESDAY)
2. Please adhere to the timings strictly as given in the note.
3. Please bring the parent ID card along with you at all times when you come to school. Please also note that you will not be allowed into the school campus without the parent ID card.
4. Only parents are allowed to attend the meeting.
Please note that the school will be working on 19-10-2013 (3rd SATURDAY) For classes III-VI.
03.10.13 THURSDAY SCIENCE
SCIENCE C.R. PORTION
CH-5 SEPARATION OF SUBSTANCES
CH-7 GETTING TO KNOW PLANTS
PRACTICE DIAGRAMS :
Filtration, Evaporation, Separating funnel, Tap root, Fibrous root, Leaf, Flower
FIBROUS ROOT TAP ROOT
1. I have drawn the diagram neatly using pencil.
2. I have drawn the borders neatly.
3. I have underlined the heading neatly .
4. I have written the heading in block letters.
5. I have labelled the diagram properly using block letters.
6. The labelling is done on the right side of the diagram at equal distance.
7. I have applied the concepts correctly.
Ganesh Chaturthi also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi is one of the important Hindu
festivals celebrated throughout India with a great devotion. This day is celebrated as
the birthday of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed son of Lord Shiva and Goddess
Parvati. Lord Ganesh is the symbol of wisdom, prosperity and good fortune.
Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated on Shukla Chaturthi of the Hindu month of Bhadra
(generally falls between August and September). This festival is celebrated by Hindus
with a great enthusiasm. People bring idols of Lord Ganesh to their homes and do
worship. The duration of this festival varies from 1 day to 11 days, depending on the
place and tradition. On the last day of the festival the idols are taken out in a colorful
and musical procession and immersed traditionally in water.
As per Hindu mythology Lord Ganesh is considered as “Vigana Harta” (one who
removes obstacles) and “Buddhi Pradaayaka” (one who grants intelligence). This
festival is very important for students, they worship Lord Ganesh to illumine their
Teachers’ day is
celebrated across India on 5th September to honor the teachers for their
contribution to society, with great verve and enthusiasm. This day is
considered a “celebration” day in schools and colleges, where the usual
classes are replaced by activities of celebration, thanks and remembrance.
Actually in India, the birthday of Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, former
President of India, is celebrated as “Teachers’ Day”. S. Radhakrishnan is
regarded as the most famous Indian teacher and philosopher of all times.
He was Vice-Chancellor, University of Delhi, before taking over as the
President of India in May 1962.
There is one story behind the origin of Teachers’ day. When S.
Radhakrishnan became President of India, some of his students and friends
requested him to allow them to celebrate his birthday, September 5. He
replied, “Instead of celebrating my birthday, it would be my proud
privilege if 5 September is observed as Teachers’ Day.” His birthday has
since been celebrated as Teachers’ Day in India.