চিন্তা ও জান্তা!


আমাদের স্কুলের ছাত্রছাত্রীরা শুধু ফিসিক্স-কেমিস্ট্রি-ইকোনমিকসেই ভাল নয়, তাদের আছে আরও অনেক প্রতিভা। তাদের আঁকা একটি কার্টুন – ‘কুয়োর ব্যাঙ, না কুয়োর মানুষ?’

মানুষগুলিকে আমাদের অনেকেরই চেনা – ওনাদের নাম চিন্তা ও জান্তা!

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CREATIVE DESIGN CONTEST ENTRIES 2017


This year the students were asked to make posters encouraging people to use internet. These are some of the entries submitted by the winner and the runner up teams.

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-By Fluffy, Motu and Bhau (Class IX)

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-By Goody Goody, Nonny and X (Class IX)

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-By Goody Goody, Nonny and X (Class IX)

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-By Goody Goody, Nonny and X (Class IX)

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-By Fluffy, Motu and Bhau (Class IX)

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-By Fluffy, Motu and Bhau (Class IX)

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-By Goody Goody, Nonny and X (Class IX)

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-By Goody Goody, Nonny and X (Class IX)

 

Abolish Rote-Learning 1


In India we don’t respect talent and real life skills. All that we care about is high marks in exams and many meaningless degrees. So, in the 2015 Contest Week, as part of the Creative Design contest, the students tried to expose the pointlessness of rote-learning by designing posters. This is the winning entry by Rhea Banerjee of Class VII (2014).

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Abolish Rote-Learning 2


There are thousands of new schools, universities, IITs being built all around India. How many great personalities have emerge from those places? Isn’t there some wrong with India’s approach towards education. So, we were asked to make posters against Rote-Learning as a part the Creative design contest in Contest Week (2015). Here is one of the winning entries by Rhea Banerjee of Class VII (2014).

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Books or TV?


In our school, students love to read books. Unlike other kids of our age, who spend hours of their time doing something as unproductive as gaping at the TV screen, our kids like to explore the world of books instead. This ad was made by the senior students, Rhea Banerjee, and Dyuti Ghosh of Class VIII (2015) in an effort to persuade parents and children alike to abstain from television and spend their time doing something more meaningful such as reading.

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Abolish Rote-Learning 3


Our school’s method of teaching is quite unconventional for a county such as India. We believe that education is meant to help us in real life, not to just pass exams. So, in the 2015 Contest Week, as part of the Creative Design contest, the students were asked to demonstrate this idea and expose the pointlessness of rote-learning by designing ads. This was one of the winning entries by Rhea Banerjee of Class VII (2014).

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