Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Thanks eLanguages' Team for good news

We are thankful indeed to eLanguages' team for ever helping us. We feel motivated whenever good news of our humble achievements are conveyed to us through eLanguages' team's nice members especially Mr. Chris Swift. Yesterday we got happy news from Mr. Chris: " Dear Namita,
Earlier in September the panel voted on the entries in the “Paint Our World” competition on the eLanguages website.
I am delighted to say that Lalit from JNV Bhiwani was selected as one of the 12 winners. Congratulations! Would you be able to let Lalit know the good news? For reference, the winning entries are listed on the project page on eLanguages. Here is the link:
All winners receive an iPod as a prize as well as a calendar containing all the winning entries from the competition.
Thanks for all your students’ contributions to the competition.
Best wishes,

Chris Swift
Schools Linking Officer (eLanguages)"
Thanks British Council for inspiring students of JNV Bhiwani thus. Lalit is so excited to be one of the 12 winners. He is thanking you all for giving recognition to his humble Art work. All students are extremely delighted to get this happy news. We feel motivated to contribute more to Projects.

Again our Project gets featured!

We got message of Chris Swift (Officer BC U.K.) informing us about our Project "Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi" being featured on Home Page of It sounds great as one of our Project "Be Creative" has already been featured. This is a real honour for the hard work and dedication of my students. No words can ever express our gratitude towards constant motivation of British Council. We really appreciate the good will of British Council. We are expecting help from Indian teachers as India is the host of games. M.A.A.P.S. & Bal Bharati Public School Delhi have already contributed. We express our gratitude towards them. Anita Mishra from Delhi Govt. School helped us a lot in the starting. French teacher Regine gave the suggestion to start this Project and her students made such lovely posters for India. Mm. Charlotte from Denmark ever helps us a lot. We are collaborating with her School in different Projects. Thanks to all who are ever with us.

Friday, September 17, 2010

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Partnership with Srilankan School

We are collaborating with Methodist Central College, Batticaloa Srilanka. Mm. Rathivathana Murugathas sent us a drama script and photos of her students working for CCO Projects. We exchanged informations and materials about recycling. Srilankan students counted the trees of their campus and named them. We are also doing the same this month. We hope it will be a successful partnership.

Letters from our Danish friends

Our friends from Denmark sent us letters today and we were so glad to receive their letters. Their letters told us a lot about their lives.

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Rivers Project with Thailand School

This session we got a chance to collaborate with another Thai School Yupparaj Wittayalai School. The teacher Sawat is also a BCSA and quite cooperative. Another BCSA Ms. Nida from Pakistan is also our partner.

Hindi Pakhwada commenced

Today in our School Hindi Pahwada was inaugurated by Principal Sir. For a fortnight many literary activities in Hindi will be held to promote maximum use of Hindi. All students were urged to use Hindi instead of their mother tongue Haryanvi. We have already adopted bilingual policy to give equal importance to both Hindi and English.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Travel Guide Project

This session we have started "Travel Guide" Project with Loxley School Warwickshire U.K. Birla Boys High School from Kolkata India is also collaborating with us. A Korean School has also joined in recently. We have to exchange informations about famous tourists places of our countries.

Do's & Don'ts Project with Korean School

Korean School Jeongbal Middle School is collaborating with us in CCO Project "Dos & Don'ts ". We exchanged informations about the legal systems in our countries. Mm. Jayoung Lee wrote:

"Dear Namita
Thanks for allowing us to work with your school. :-)
I'll also upload powerpoint slides that my students worked on to introduce themselves to new friends. Hope your kids will like them !
Best regards,
Jayoung Lee"

It would be a learning experience for our students too. Our students are excited to have new Korean friends.

Our Danish friends

This session too Giersings Realskole School Denmark and JNV Bhiwani has decided to collaborate together. We are participating in Project "The Way We Are" this session and explore each other cultures. The students have started exchanging emails and preparing ppts. about their daily routines. Mm. Charlotte Pederson is so cooperative and expressed her willingness to continue our partnership this year too.

Monday, September 6, 2010

A Gift on Teachers' Day!

Nothing can be more valuable than the appreciation and recognition by higher ups. Today I got an invaluable gift on Teachers' Day. Although Teachers' Day is celebrated on 5th September every year but yesterday being Sunday it was celebrated today.
I got an email from our most esteemed Joint Director Sir Mr. T.C.S. Naidu:
"I appreciate your concern and enthusiasm for learning English and as well as helping children. Please give the detail in nut shell and things to be done from my side, so that the action may be taken."

TCS Naidu

I needed Sir's help for encouraging new JNVs to join CCO. Sir assured to help me when I was attending a workshop in Delhi. And true to his words he came forward to offer help. When I joined Samiti Sir was the first officer to address us in Induction Course. I was motivated by his speech. After 9 years I got the chance to meet him again. It was a pleasant surprise to meet him again. He is so gentle and kind and never shows his superiority ever. Humility is the virtue of great persons. I am quite hopeful that with his blessings we can do great things and inspire others to join us. Globalisation of Education will be our cherished goal. Really sometimes a few words of praise can work wonder. Thanks Sir for your such nice gift, it means a lot for us.