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Showing posts with label PRIMARY SCHOOL. Show all posts
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Friday, October 2, 2020

online photography competition for all school

students across the country at the end of the two-year period of celebration of Gandhiji's 150th birth anniversary. All the schools in Gujarat have to do 17. For the successful conduct and completion of this competition, a letter providing detailed guidance from New Delhi has to be studied and followed along with the letter. They can properly understand the rules and participate in the competition.

Category 1::

 Std 1 to 2 

Category 2::

 Std-6 to 8 

Category 3::

 Std 9 to 12 

Number of entries per student::

 Child Country Only one entry

The competition will be held in three categories.

  • 1. For standard 1 to 5
  • 2. For standard 6 to 8
  • 3. For standard 9 to 12

Theme for the contest

1. Pride of labor or
2. One India Best India

➡️ Just upload photo

Reward management::

(For the top 3 winners in each category)

1. 10000 / -💰
2. 7000 / -💰
3. 5000 / -💰

And 2000 / - will be given to seven students as consolation prize.

Matter of organizing online photography competition for school students

     In today's world online education or say internet education is very widespread. We also have to embrace it. According to the child's interest, convenience and excellent education can be given through the Internet. It is time for the government or society or then the individual to spread education through the internet in any way possible. Education is possible only through the internet with immense literature and innovative technology. An expert lecture on a chapter at two o'clock at night can only be served online. Early in the morning the child sits down to study and if he has any question, the answer can be found only through internet. No organization or government can teach any subject anywhere but the internet. If students want to find pearls from the sea, they have to connect with new technology. If we teach them to find their need from the ocean of knowledge, then the rest of the shortcomings will be filled by them.

     The internet can be a boon for education in a huge country like India. It is easier to connect more people to the Internet with specialists than to open more school colleges. It is easy for many students to see or learn at their own time and place once the experts give a lecture. The Internet is the key to bridging the gap between urban and rural India. Q&A, online tests etc. are done by the child while preparing himself. The government is preparing for the UPSC online exam, but we are slow in making the study online.



Wednesday, July 15, 2020

NTSE Gujarat Result 2020- SCERT, Gujarat has announced

        NTSE Gujarat Result 2020- SCERT, Gujarat has announced the Gujarat NTSE stage 1 result on March 28, 2020. The result of Gujarat NTSE is released in online mode. Students who appeared for the NTSE Gujarat exam will be able to download their result from Final NTSE Gujarat result 2020 is published in the form of merit list. Selected students will be able to check their names in the merit lists. SCERT has also released the cutoffs along with the NTSE Gujarat result. Students who will score the cutoff marks will qualify for the second and final stage of the NTSE . NCERT will conduct the NTSE 2020 Stage 2 on May 10, 2020. It will also release the NTSE result and cutoff for stage 2 exams in August 2020. Students who will meet the final cutoff will be awarded scholarships. Read the article to know more about the NTSE Gujarat result 2020.
       Latest - NTSE Gujarat result for stage 1 exam has been announced on March 28, 20020. Click here to download the merit list. Also, check NTSE Gujarat cutoff 2020 here.
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NTSE Gujarat Result 2020- Important Dates



Gujarat NTSE 2020 exam 

November 3, 2019 (Sunday)

Release of Answer Key and provisional result 

November 8, 2019

Announcement of NTSE Gujarat Result 

March 28, 2020

Release of NTSE Stage II Admit Card 

April 2020

Conduction of NTSE exam for stage 2 

May 10, 2020 ( Sunday)

Announcement of NTSE Stage 2 Result 

August 2020

How to check NTSE Gujarat Result 2020?

Students can check for their name and roll number in the merit list of NTSE Gujarat 2020 . Follow the below-given steps to view Gujarat NTSE result

Monday, July 13, 2020

Monthly Planing 2020 Std.3 To 8 By GCERT | 2020-2021

       Children with visual impairments are increasingly becoming students in general education classrooms. Teaching students that are visually impaired requires preparation, planning, and support from specialists. Use this guide to begin the educational journey to accommodate these students’ needs.

        Creating yearly plans for the classroom will give you an overview of your curriculum at a glance. When kept in your lesson plan book, it can help you to stay on track each month in meeting the curriculum goals that you have set for the year.

Creating Your Yearly Plans for the Classroom

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1. Start by creating a blank table for your template in a word processing document. List the months, September through June in the first column. In the rows at the top of the table, list all of your content areas from your curriculum guide (for example, health, phonics, word work, spelling, social studies, science, and math). See the download below. Yearly lesson plan templates can also be store-bought, but when the form is self-created, it is more likely to be easier to work with and utilized. The first year I did this, I used someone else’s form and I found it difficult to work with. Now is time to start planning. Information can be typed in on the form; however, I still like to write in pencil so that I can modify my plans anywhere. Really it is a matter of personal preference. 2. Take your district’s curriculum and look at what makes sense to teach in each month. For example, a primary teacher may want to teach health themes in September. Look at the theme you would like to teach and where in the curriculum it can be covered. For example, in a Kindergarten classroom you have to teach about hand washing, rest and exercise and safety, it makes sense to teach in September, so add it to the September box. Do this for every subject for each month of the school year. 3. Once the whole curriculum has been broken down into months in this way, it will be easier to make sure that everything is covered. Check the yearly plans frequently to see if it is being followed as planned. If not, modify the plan so that it is recorded for the next school year.
    4. The next step is to take the yearly plan and break it down by subject into months. For example, for the month of September, I will teach about weather, trees, seasons, and recycling in science. An example of a monthly plan for science is included below. Now you want to list the skills the students will be expected to learn, how it will be taught and how it will be assessed. Making a place for assessment is crucial, because instructional practices can be improved each year with the use of assessments. Continue to make a form for each subject area, listing the content, skills, objectives and assessments as shown below. 5. This may seem like a tedious process, but now it will be easier to create weekly or bi-weekly plans. You have already sketched the school year and each month to refer to, so most of the work has been done and you can be assured that you are meeting the district’s curriculum. Also it will be easier to plan for “extras,” such as projects and field trips when you can see where it fits into the curriculum. Fun projects can be justified when they meet and are an extension of the curriculum standards. Of course the style used for monthly and yearly planning is based upon personal preference. Some teachers prefer to write it out, others prefer to use computer software programs to plan, and still others prefer to create              documents in Word or Excel.
        Ultimately, you will be happiest when you do what works best for you. Remember the saying, “make more and work less.” The more time you spend working on your yearly plans for the classroom now, the more time you will save in years to come. Download the templates shown below here:
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Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Model School , Model Day School & KGBV Admission Notification 2020-21

Model School , Model Day School & KGBV Admission Notification 2020-21

Date of Notification :-20-04-2020

Name of Organization:-KGBV

Date of Application:-28-04-2020

Date of Exam :- will be Declared

Official Website:-

Model Schools Vision :-

 Since universalisation of elementary education has become a Constitutional mandate, it is absolutely essential to push this vision forward to move towards universalisation of secondary education, which has already been achieved in a large number of developed countries and several developing countries.

 Paras 5.13 – 5.15 of the National Policy on Education (NPE), 1986 (as modified in 1992) deal with Secondary Education. Para 5.13 of the NPE, inter- alia, stated that, “Access to Secondary Education will be widened with emphasis on enrolment of girls, SCs and STs, particularly in science, commerce and vocational streams……..”.  

Keeping this vision in mind, we may achieve the following targets:  Education provided in a Model school should be holistic and integral touching upon physical, emotional and aesthetic development in addition to academics. New schools may be established or existing schools may be converted in to Model schools. 

Adequate infrastructure should be provided in each such school for satisfying teaching needs, also for sports and co-curricular activities. The curriculum should cast the local culture and environment Learning should be activity based. These schools should have adequate ICT infrastructure, Internet connectivity and full time computer teachers. 

The Teacher Pupil Ratio should not exceed 1:25 and the classrooms will be spacious enough to accommodate at least 30 students. Classroom Students Ratio will not exceed 1:40. Schools will provide Arts and Music Teachers besides subject specific teachers as per the usual norms. These schools will also create facility for activities emphasizing Indian heritage and art & craft. Special emphasis may be given on teaching of Science, Maths and English. 

If required, bridge-courses may be introduced for weak students. The school curricula should include the material / items that inculcate leadership qualities, team spirit, participation abilities, development of soft skills and ability to deal with real life situations. Health Education and health check up will be introduced. A good library with books and magazines for students and teachers will be provided. Field trips and Educational tours will be an integral part of the curriculum.

 Medium of instruction will be left to State Governments. However, special emphasis will be given on English teaching & spoken English. Affiliation of these schools to a particular examination board will be left to State Governments. Selection of students will be though independent selections test. 

An independent process to be developed in consultation with State Governments for selection of Principals and Teachers will also be through. 

Model Schools Goal :-

To cater the need of Universalization of Secondary Education (USE), the paradigm shift in the conceptual design of Secondary Education will become necessary.  These may be the guiding principles in this regard -  Universal Access, Equality, Social Justice Relevance and Development Curricular and Structural Aspects Move towards equity .

These values are to be established in the system with participation of all types of schools (including unaided private schools) having contribution towards Universalization of Secondary Education (USE) by ensuring adequate enrollment for the children from under privileged society and the children Below Poverty Line (BPL) families.

Model Schools Objectives:-

In this goal achieving exercise following will be the main objectives :
To ensure that all Secondary Schools have physical facilities, staffs and supplies according to the prescribed standards through financial support from appropriate regulatory mechanism.

To improve access to Secondary Schooling to all young persons according to norms – through proximate location (say, Secondary Schools within 5 kms, and Higher Secondary Schools within 7-10 kms) Efficient and safe transport arrangements/residential facilities, depending on local circumstances including open schooling. In hilly and difficult areas, these norms can be relaxed. Preferably residential schools may be set up in such areas. 

To ensure that no child is deprived of Secondary Education of satisfactory quality due to gender, socio-economic, disability and other barriers. 

To improve quality of Secondary Education resulting in enhanced intellectual, social and cultural learning. 

To ensure that all students pursuing Secondary Education receive education of good quality.

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Notification (Jaherat): Click Here

Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Funny Educational Games in gujarati for children Download this Application

Funny Educational Games in gujarati for children Download this Application

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Funny Application for kids in gujarati

Gujarati best Application for childern.

Best game for childern

Funny and interactive educational kids game for preschool children.



Jigsaw puzzle game for kids | Drawing and coloring for kids | Memory game for kids | Paring game for kids

Looking for best funny learning app for you toddler then gujrati kids app is the best app for your children. This app helps to improve kids memory power. This gujarati game will help your child develop matching, tactile and fine skills while playing with different characters like animals birds etc.

Gujarati Kids Game is wonderful game for girls and for boys, toddlers of any age, preschool, kindergarten and older children. With the help of this app your toddler will learn much faster with this unique app. This app is designed for kids educational purposes.

Gujarati Kids Game covers -

- Jigsaw Puzzle 
- Paring Game 
- Drawing and coloring
- Memory Game

These all categories helps to improve your kids memory power as well as general introduction of living things. Here you will get a wide variety of fun stuff - Jigsaw Puzzles, Paring Game, Drawing and coloring, Memory Games for kids to play and learn.


This game is ideal for parents and children to play and enjoy together. Playing is so easy that even a baby can do it without the help of an adult. Paring game and memory game with your kids will help them improve their recognition while having fun

Here your kid can draw in coloring section as well as he can explore his creativity. With Memory game your kids can improve his memory power which helps in his learning. 

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Wednesday, March 4, 2020

Science New NCERT Textbook Guide Std.8 (Sem.1)

Twelve years have embraced Navan, Navne has come to Nir ji ray .." The song, which is very popular in Gujarat and full of compassion, represents the story of Madhava. According to the belief, in times of famine, the emperor advised that the emperor would have to make sacrifices. If a newlywed enters the well with her husband, the water will come up in it. But there was a need for thirty-two men. Upon inspection, it was discovered that the king's newly discovered virgin had thirty-two characteristics!

Will it take the sacrifice of the newly married couple for the benefit of the people? The prince decided that even though our world is not yet decorated, steps must be taken to preserve the life of his royal family.

At the scheduled time, people gathered on the shore. As the drum-bells rang, chants of chanting began, tears began to flow from the eyes of the people, and in the meantime, the Kunwar couple steadily stepped towards the bottom of the path. The couple stopped appearing in the wind and within a few minutes the water was up. This story is only featured in the well-known Gujarati film 'Vanzari Vav'.

Of course, this is a myth. In fact, nothing like this should have happened. Why can the villagers drink the water of two persons who have drowned in the water of the ground? According to a history, in the 8th century, this monastery was built by Madhava, the steward of King Karan Vaghela.

According to legend, this wave was dry even twelve years after its construction. Raj Purohit mentioned the need for a sacrifice of thirty-two Lakshmana couples to bring water to this area. Even though he was a newborn infant, Prince Ahasang and his wife prepared for the sacrifice for public welfare. They wore wedding dresses. As they reached the seventh step, the water was poured in the wind and they were drowned. Through their sacrifice, water came into the yard.

This is a well-known legend and ballads have been made on it. There is also a folklore among the locals. It is a ghost residence and every three years a person is submerged here.

The wave is built in an east-west direction; The entrance is to the west, while the well is to the east. It is 5 meters long and the steps are 3.5 meters in length. The vow is entered by a long narrow sidewalk. There are six cuts (uppermost closed and upper open sections) and six groups of steps. Wave width decreases after each cut. The width of the steps is six meters, which decreases to 8.6 meters ascending the umbrella. On each coupe is an umbrella that stands on four pillars. The hallway, which sits beneath the umbrella, is 1.5 meters in length. Thick walls are necessary due to the height of 1.5 meters between the two cuts. Each umbrella is made up of nine layers one at a time, and on top of them there is a sharp and striking resemblance to the summit of the temple.

The diameter of the well is 5.5 meters. There are six double-edged structures on the last floor, which protect against upward pressure. Four of which are embedded in the back wall and covered with stone bars.

The initiative is a carved stone mesh on both sides of the cot that also acts as a wall. The mesh has four x four m 2 small bins. Its design is similar to the Vimal Vashee Jain Temple in Delwada and the Rani Mosque in Sarangpur, Ahmedabad. Figures of daily life actions are engraved on the horizontal arch of the gate and the horizontal arch at the gate of the main gate of Vav.

Each cottage has gokhalas containing idols. It contains idols of Bhairava, Saptamitrika, Navagraha, Dasvatara and other deities who are difficult to identify due to their dilapidated condition. The idol of a couple in a Gokhala is that of Madhav and his wife. Below is a short article. There are also some sexual idols here.
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