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It was an enriching experience, getting to know Dr. Sameer Sadawarte, a leading pediatrician and neonatologist, practicing for over 15 years. He is a true stalwart in his field. Do enjoy his pearls of wisdom. Q - What inspired you to become a doctor and why did you select paediatrics as your speciality? My Father was a practicing Paediatrician. I used to see him working hard. Becoming a doctor is anybody’s dream in childhood, but there are many types of doctors. Some want to become surgeons and operate, while some like to become Heart doctors or Family physicians. I like children and especially small kids. They are creative, but if they get sick, they are unable to tell their problems. Only intelligent doctors can find the problem and treat small kids. So, I like Paediatrics. Q- Sir, any particular concern you have come across regarding kids in the past one and half years because of covid specially because of everything being online? Because of Social restrictions and isolation, children have less opportunity to play, go to school and interact with others. Overweight and increased screen time, rising depression and anxiety is noted. Social and Psychological impact on kids is worrisome. Now with lockdown opening and less restrictions, I feel that parents can take their children out and show the real world keeping in mind appropriate behaviours like using a mask above the nose and washing hands and using sanitizers.

Q- What is your opinion on the children health care in India and would you like to bring any change? India is a very big country with many states, religions, beliefs, and cultures. And there are vast differences in India with respect to family income, literacy, and girl’s education. Many Indian children stay in rural areas, urban slums and are not getting enough attention from the community and parents. We need to provide basic education, and health facilities for all. All children must get vaccinated, get treatment and facilities irrespective of poor or low socioeconomic status. Q- Can you shed some light on the covid vaccine for the kids and when it will start. Initially at the start of Covid Pandemic, everyone used to think that Covid is the disease of elderly and kids are not much affected. So, vaccination used to occur more in elderly and later with people above 18 years. Over the time, scientist, politicians, government, doctors all realised that kids are also affected because of COVID illness and some may get serious. Vaccines prevent and reduce severity of illness. So now, time has come to vaccinate all the children. I hope by next month, the Indian Government will start vaccinating all kids in a phase manner, initially to adolescent one (kids with more age). Currently experimental studies are going on to see for safety measures of kids vaccines. Q- What will be your advice for the students who wish to become doctors? I am very happy with your question and your wish to become a doctor. You need to study hard and must be ready to help others. Your efforts, dedication and time management will help you to become a successful doctor. Becoming a doctor will make your parents feel very proud. It will bring a lot of happiness and satisfaction for you, when unwell people will become better because of your treatment. Q- Last but not the least, before signing off, any health tips you would like to give our young readers? Keep practising good habits and wake up early. You need to play, study also. Try to help at least one person every day; maybe from your family or surrounding. Speak with your parents and express your concern to them. Avoid watching too much on computer and mobile. Keep your house and society clean.

READ MY THOUGHTS DICTIONARY : A UNIVERSE IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The first book generally regarded as the first How to use dictionary English dictionary was written by Robert ⮚ Dictionaries are organised alphabetically, so start with Cawdrey, a schoolmaster and former Church of England clergyman, in 1604 Cawdrey the first letter of the word that you are trying to find. made use of wordlists published earlier in ⮚ 'Alliteration' is going to be in the first section of the educational texts. dictionary under 'a'. A dictionary is a book or electronic resource ⮚ There will be lots of entries for each letter of the that lists the words of a language (typically in alphabet, so use the guide word at the top of the page to help you. The guide word tells you what the first or alphabetical order) and gives their meaning, last word on that page of the dictionary is. ⮚ You will need to look at the second letter of the word, or gives the equivalent words in a different and then the third, and so on, in order to find it. It takes a little practice to find words quickly. language. Dictionary often provides ⮚ You may need to scan several pages of the dictionary in order to find the word that you need. Scanning is a information about pronunciation, origin, and way of reading quickly to find the information that you need. The more you practice, the better you will get usage. at finding words fast.

The ability to read a dictionary entry will Amazing facts about dictionary help increase your command of the ⮚ In 1806, American Noah Webster published his first dictionary, A compendious dictionary of the English English language will enable us to be more language. In 1807 webster began compiling an expanded and fully comprehensive dictionary, an American precise in our speech & writing. dictionary of the English language; it took twenty-seven years to complete Why is it important for students to learn reading dictionary? ⮚ When a word or a phrase is frequently used it is considered to be included in dictionary. Firstly, they ❖ Students must know how to use collect citation of the word, document source & recording words: when, with whom & for what its contextual meaning. Finally, dictionary editors review meaning the evidence and decide whether or not to include the new word in an upcoming edition of the dictionary ❖ Students ability to communicate with others improves when ⮚ Noah Webster learned 26 languages to write his vocabulary & comprehension dictionary. improves. ⮚ The first Merriam-webster dictionary cost $6. ❖ Makes students independent learner. ⮚ It took almost 50 years to create the oxford English dictionary. ❖ Students learn to study for purposes other than a test.

LOGIC Abacus One of the earliest counting and calculating device in Asia and parts of Europe . It is still used today for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division mostly in China and East-Asia. The upper part of the Abacus is called heaven and the lower part is called the Earth. “Cranmer Abacus”, which was invented by Tim Cranmer, is used by blind people to make calculations easy and accurate.

Math-Magic Ans 15 Fun Riddles Roman Numerals were invented as a Means of Q: Why do plants hate math? Trading. A: Because it gives them square roots. If you multiply a number by 9 and add all the digits of the new number together until you get Q: Why do books always depressed? a single digit, the sum will always add up to 9. A: Because they’re filled with problems. Eg- Q: Why does nobody talk to circles? ● 9 x 2 is 18 and 1 + 8 =9 A: Because there is no point in talking to them! ● 9 x 11 is 99 and 9 + 9 = 18 , 1 + 8 =9 Q: Why should you never argue with decimals? A: Because decimals always have a point.

What if….sun goes on a vacation?? Sun makes it possible for life to exist on earth. It is the main source of energy for earth. Can you imagine what will happen if sun decides to go on a vacation? For the first 8 minutes we will not notice the difference as it takes eight minutes for sunlight to reach earth . Very soon natural light will vanish and earth’s atmosphere will slowly and steadily collapse in absence of sun.As plants need sunlight to make food, in absence of sun the process of photosynthesis will not occur leading to slow degradation of plants. Since all animals, including humans need plants for food and oxygen, they too will not survive. The important process of water cycle will not occur because in absence of sun, evaporation of water will not take place. This will slowly and steadily reduce rainfall.Without heat from sun temperature on earth will drop down to unbearable level thus leading to freezing of oceans and earth's surface. We will not be able to see the moon as moon gets its light from sun. After all this while when the sun comes back from his vacation, he will be shocked to see our earth gone all baron!!! Thus without the sun our planet earth would not survive. So lets hope and pray that sun never goes on a vacation!!! No water cycle No photosynthesis Animals- humans won't survive Atmosphere will Unbearable temperatures collapse

International Day of the World’s Indigenous People Who are Indigenous Peoples? Descendants of original inhabitants of a geographical area (natives) with a distinct social, economic and cultural identity are called Indigenous Peoples, unique from the society around them. It is estimated that there are more than 370 million spread across 70 countries from the Arctic to the South Pacific. Why are we talking about them? Many indigenous peoples are marginalized; face extreme poverty and human rights violations. What are we doing about it? On August 9, 1982, UNESCO held the first meeting to explore ways to defend and respect their human rights. Since then, August 9 has been celebrated as the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People. It is an opportunity to celebrate these communities and their knowledge. In India, there are many tribes broadly known as Adivasis, e.g., The Bhils, Santhals, Andamanese tribes, etc. They have distinct cultures and co-habit with modern humans. We need to protect them from modern diseases as well as poverty. One way is to promote tribal art, craftsmanship and handicrafts thereby giving them work. Let us pledge to take care of the Indigenous Peoples who are actually taking care of Mother Earth! Warli The Madhubani Painting Bhils Painting

Arna Agarwal- 1A Chelsie Shah- 2A

Memorable trip with family During my summer vacations I along with my family had gone to Nainital. We had planned our trip well in advance. My father had done lot of research to find the best resort and about places to see nearby. We boarded our train from new Delhi to Kathgodam. It was very exciting as we passed through tunnels and valleys. While driving to our hotel I felt blessed to be amidst the cool and natural breeze which was fresh and healthy. We soon reached our hotel and got very nice room which had large windows with valley view. My cousins and myself just could not wait to explore the place and we were running all around in anxiety and joy.I have visited many tourist places like panther cave. It was adventurous and felt very risky initially but then soon we were enjoying the place . there were many caves on various themes like bat cave, lion cave, etc. We also went for boating, it was really fun. Nainital is surrounded by the mountains of Ayarpata. The highlight of the adventure was paragliding , it was very amazing to fly like birds in vast sky. We were helped by expert trainers who ensured our safety. When I was doing paragliding I felt like on top of the world. How I wish I could just fly for some more time. Next day we went to another place nearby mall road and there we had done horse riding. I fell in love with these cute yet strong creatures. After that we were tired and hungry and just then we spotted a small roadside Dhaba and there we had yummy soupy Maggie. Next on our agenda was apple and cherry orchids. It was little away from our resort. The drive was curvy and round, around the mountainous road. Looking at the apple tree for the first time in my life was like dream come true. Now I have so much respect for our farmers who work so hard to grow fruits and vegetables for us.

International Youth Day is celebrated yearly on 12 August to bring youth issues to the attention of the international community and celebrate the potential of youth in today’s global society. The theme of International Youth Day 2021 is, “Transforming Food Systems: Youth Innovation for Human and Planetary Health”, with the aim of highlighting that the success of such a global effort will not be achieved without the active participation of young people. Food systems include not only the basic elements of how we get food from farms to the table, but also all of the processes and infrastructure involved in feeding a population. Population health is the key in addressing food systems challenges, especially as nutrition-related chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and some forms of cancer are on the rise. We also need to take into account the risk of zoonotic diseases i.e. diseases spreading from animals to humans. The issues and priorities highlighted by the youth include the impact of the pandemic on human health, the environment and food systems. We need to work towards more balanced food systems. We can make informed decisions on food choices through increasing global education on the healthiest options for both individuals and the environment.

Ways by which we, as kids, can support this theme: •Avoid low nutrition food. •Sugars and salt to be consumed in moderation. Limit processed and sweetened food products. •Prefer unsaturated fats over saturated and trans fats e.g. Prefer ghee over oil. •High quality food also needs to be safe, so they do not result in foodborne diseases. •Choose appropriate food environment. Avoid foods in supermarkets, small retail outlets, street food stalls, restaurants and other venues where food is procured and eaten.

APPLE OF OUR EYES - ACHIEVER “Words make you think. Music makes you feel. A song makes you feel a thought.” “Music replays the past memories, awaken our forgotten worlds and make our minds travel” singing is an amazing form of art and singers are truly appreciated in this world. We all like singing our most loved song but for a budding music performer, it is so much more than singing at the family meet or while driving to work. Singing a song professionally or live in front of people requires much more practice and hard work. Let’s meet our very own young talented singer Ira Challawar winner of Grooves 2021. Q- Ira say something about yourself. A- I'm Ira Challawar I study in std. 3, I'm a talkative n curios child ..always wants to listen to others answer share my stories. I'm a music lover, I'm learning Ukulele and singing.

Q- Tell me what do you like about our Euro School? A- I like that teachers here are really good, I love the different activities which are conducted in the school and it's never boring. And I love my friends and teachers. Q- What did you do in lockdown last year? A- I started learning instruments , tried new songs , learnt cooking few items, read lots of books during lockdown. My mom used to provide food to covid patients and I helped her in that for packing. Garnishing Conducted activities on virtual meets for the family members and relatives who were covid positive, so that they feel happy. Wow that’s amazing. Q- Who is your inspiration? A- My mom, dad, Madison of Julie and the Phantoms and Satish sir. Q- What are your achievements? A- I Won 2-3 singing competitions. The happiest moment was winning grooves singing competition of Euro school. I also won 3rd place in inter school fancy dress competition. Wow many congratulation to you. It was nice to talk to you Ira. Thank You so much.

Tokyo Olympics 2021 The most prestigious sports event in the world is Olympics and it was planned for 2020 but due to the pandemic it was held this year 2021 in Tokyo, Japan. Countries across the globe competed in several games like Aquatics, Archery, Athletics, Baseball, Badminton, Basketball, Boxing, Canoeing, Cycling, Equestrian, Fencing, Field Hockey, Football, Golf, Gymnastics, Handball, Judo, Javelin throw, Karate, Modern Pentathlon, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball, etc. India was at the 48th rank in the winning categories with 1 gold medal, 2 silver medals and 4 bronze medals. 205 countries participated in the Tokyo Olympics 2020. We had 7 champions in the Olympics that brought medals for India including Neeraj Chopra who brought a gold medal for India in the Men’s Javelin throw, Mirabai Chanu who brought silver medal for India in the Women’s 49 kg Weightlifting, Ravi Kumar Dahiya who brought silver for India in Men’s 57kg freestyle wrestling, Lovlina Borgohain who brought bronze in Women’s boxing, PV Sindhu who brought bronze in Women’s Singles Badminton, Men’s Hockey team which brought bronze and Bajrang Punia who brought bronze in Men’s 65kg freestyle wrestling. The next Olympics will be held in Paris, France, from 26th July to 11th August 2024.

BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY Blockchain is a system of recording information in a way that makes it difficult or impossible to change, hack, or cheat the system. A blockchain is essentially a digital ledger of transactions that is duplicated and distributed across the entire network of computer systems on the blockchain. Blockchain technology can be used to create a permanent, public, transparent ledger system for compiling data on sales, tracking digital use and payments to content creators, such as wireless users or musicians. Owner : Benjamin Reeves, Nicolas Cary, Peter Smith Future Work • Hybrid Architecture Combining On-Chain and Off-Chain Storage • Balance between Performance Improvement and Security Guarantees • Distributed Trust Construction. • Improve User Awareness and Enhance Legal Regulations Application Scenarios • Smart Grid • Internet of Vehicles • Supply Chain • Health Care

TAB STUDENT NAME – SENATE POST - GRADE NEWS & VIEWS – INTERVIEW Naina Nakra- Cultural Prefect- 5H READ MY THOUGHTS – Dictionary : A Universe In Alphabetical Order Shreeya Chavan - Literary Prefect - 5H LOGIC - Calculations (Abacus) Ayaana Bhattacharjee - Student’s Affairs Prefect -5B WHAT IF? - Sun goes on a Vacation. Geet Nakhre - Assistant Head Girl - 4G FINESSE WITH FINGERS - International Day of World’s Indigenous people Anusha Iyer- Sports Captain Girl- 5D X-PLORED - Our trip to Nainital Aditi Kathuria - Art Prefect - 5C IM AWARE – International Youth Day Harill Thakker - Head Boy - 5F Chaitya Gada - Captain (Zeus) - 5D APPLE OF OUR EYE – Interview Dhiaan Trivedi- Environmental Prefect-5A Aarav Gopakumar - Vice Captain (Mercury) - 4A REFRESH AND REJUVENATE- Tokyo Olympics 2021 STEP AHEAD – Blockchain Technology


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