“ Education is the most powerful weapon which can be used to change the whole world. ”
Nelson Mandela

SGIS “E –Learning Programme ”

Let us all get united to unleash the creativity of our children and motivate them for better use of online learning mode. This safe environment brings flexibility into the process of availability of study material and allows students to access the content as per their choice and comfort. The content includes – Learning Stimulus, opportunities to apply simple concepts of education in daily life, quizzes, online tests, power-point presentations and rewards.

Advantages of Online learning Mode

  • The content learned in an e-learning environment is greater than that of classroom lecture-based course.
  • Online learning mode is time effective and allows the teacher and the taught to use time as per the availability and comfort zone.
  • Online education also provides students with the chance to network with peers across the classroom this often leads to other opportunities for collaboration with other individuals for preparing projects.
  • All the information that a student needs will be safely stored in an online database. This ensures availability of the same for future purposes.
  • Student will be able to access the content and save valuable time.
  • In traditional classrooms learning environment students may not get the personalized attention to have concepts clarified. The online learning system provides study content on individual basis.
  • The doubt clearing session provide opportunity to all the students to get the solutions to their individual problems.

Rani Lakshmi - The Queen of Jhansi

"We fight for independence. In the words of Lord Krishna, we will, if we are victorious, enjoy the fruits of victory" Rani Lakshmibai (19 November 1828-18 June 1858) famously known as 'Jhansi ki Rani' was the Queen of the Maratha ruled princely state of Jhansi in North India (currently present in Jhansi district in Uttar Pradesh, India) and a leader of the Indian Mutiny of 1857-58. Originally named as Manikarnika she was born to a Maharashtrian Brahmin family. She had a usual upbringing and was more independent in her childhood than others of her age. In the Pasha's court, she was trained in target shooting, fencing, martial arts, horsemanship, and sword fighting. Know more.....

Swami Vivekanand - A Monk Who Inspired Us

"Dare to be free, Dare to go as far as your thoughts lead, and dare to carry that out in your life"
Narendranath Datta better known as Swami Vivekananda (12 January 1963- 4 July 1902) was an Indian Hindu monk, creative thinker, social reformer, great speaker, and fervent patriotic who founded the Ramakrishna Math and the Ramakrishna Mission. He firmly practiced, preached, and advised others for the pure and true spiritual path. His birthday is celebrated as National Youth Day in India. Know more.....

How to Stay Healthy and Sane While Self-Isolating

In the age of the coronavirus, we are being asked to respond in ways we never imagined; specifically to self-isolate... stay home. As we practice self-isolation, we must be vigilant about safeguarding not only our physical health but our emotional wellbeing. We must stay healthy and sane. I can think of no other way to do either than physical activity and movement. The importance of physical activity and movement is not new. It dates back to the beginning of time. The ability to run, walk, jump, climb, lift, carry, crawl, throw and catch things was critical for survival. Physical activity-though not driven by the same necessities as in pre-historic times- is just as important today; even more so when you are shut-in. No matter your age, aches, pains, mental or physical abilities or disabilities, you can and must engage in some kind of physical activity if your goal is to stay healthy and sane during challenging or difficult times. Although it feels good to be "out and about" with friends, it's not necessary to get the physical activity and mental stimulation you need. In fact, one of the simplest and easiest ways to put both into your day is to... just move. People, who are blessed with good physical and emotional health, move naturally and regularly-whether indoors or outdoors. Know more.....

What Is A Thermometer?

Thermometer is a type of instrument that you can use to measure your body temperature. You may have seen this device in hospitals where nurses and doctors use them for measuring patients' body temperatures. Apart from this, they are also used to measure food, water and air temperatures. Mercury or clinical thermometers are specifically designed in order to measure human body temperatures. Read on to know more. In this article, we are going to focus on three types of thermometers: mercury, digital and infrared. We will go into details of each type of units to help you know more about them. This will make it easier for you to choose a unit that can meet your temperature measurement needs. Just make sure you know what you need. Read on to know more. Know more.....

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