Full-time undergraduate students enrolled in any architecture degree program or majoring in architecture throughout the world or teams of two students, one of whom may be from another discipline are invited to submit a word Essay proposal responding to the Question. This year the topic is:
About a Teachers attended this two-day workshop which was conducted by Dr. The teachers were kept engaged and enthralled throughout. They learnt to demonstrate the principles of Physics using daily household objects.
They took home the various skills essential to make classroom learning of Physics more interactive and help foster love for their subject.
The workshop was conducted by Dr. Awasthi who demonstrated several experiments which illuminated the fundamental laws of Physics, with the help of simple, inexpensive and easy to build set-ups. The workshop was appreciated by all students.
They took their positions on stage amidst applause from their fellow students and their proud parents. The Oath taking Ceremony began after a fervent prayer to the Almighty to bless the in-coming Student Council members in the execution of their duties and in upholding the values and traditions of this great Institution.
Our Principal then congratulated the Student Council members and reminded them that they were the chosen leaders who would lead by example. This animated concert synced the music of Friedric Chopin performed live, with a set of unique animations.
Yeats said "Education is not the filling of a bucket, but the lighting of a fire. Anjana Kumar and Mr. These sessions helped teachers to identify their working styles, ideate, strategize and work as a team using creativity and critical thinking skills.
It was an intellectually invigorating and satisfying day for all. With more than delegates attending the three-day conference from Bombay Scottish Mahim and Bombay Scottish Powai, the campus was transformed into a true international hub where our students, dressed in formal attire, stepped into the shoes of world leaders and peacemakers, debating on the fine line between 'What you have the right to do' and 'What is right to do.
It was an interactive session that sensitized the youth about the various problems faced by the elderly as well as those suffering from the disease. It was extremely informative as the children learnt about the various age groups that can be affected by this disease and how adopting a few healthy habits like avoiding processed and packaged food in youth may reduce the risk.
It was an activity-based workshop, engaging the audience throughout. Katie Bagli introduced the students of Std. She enthralled them with her poems and involved the students in enactments.
She also gave the children two lines of a poem which they had to complete and was impressed by our little 'poets'. It was a great learning experience.
The children focused on skill building, team work and problem-solving. Here the children engaged in a wide range of activities that taught them dignity of labour and also provided them an opportunity to get hands-on-experience of various jobs.
It was a fruitful day for the children since learning was incorporated through fun and entertainment. Amaresh Deshpande for the students of Std.
Every session was an hour long and each class enjoyed ten such sessions. A session was also held for parents of Std. The workshop focused on card puzzles that challenged the students' ability in solving problems in the areas of critical thinking, logic, imagination and articulation.
Through this workshop the students of Std. An interactive workshop on developing the skill of logical analysis was organized for our Teachers of Stds. The Teachers put on their thinking caps and solved several interesting logical, visual and mathematical problems, thus realizing the need and relevance of inculcating the habit of logical thinking among students in our day to day transaction with them.
It was an opportunity for the students, to meet a variety of their classmates' pets and learn a little about how to care for them, their nutrition, their lifespan and much more. Different breed of dogs, guinea pigs, African lovebirds, an iguana, a Fighter Fish, a rabbit and a tortoise were the pet animals students got to see and even pet!
The students were enthralled and their floor buzzed with enthusiasm and excitement. Such an activity will help them become more sensitive and caring towards animals. The importance of appreciating and loving nature was the message brought out.There was a pretty massive shift in the s and s when northern Democrats starting supporting the civil rights movement (among other things).
Abstract. The advent of agriculture has ushered in an unprecedented increase in the human population and their domesticated animals.
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