Govt. of India has launched a month long campaign to enable students to interact with the experts to reduce their exam stress during the exam period up till 15th March, 2019 on "Pariksha Parv". Copy the following link & paste on browser:

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VISITING HOURS : 8:30 AM TO 9:30 AM & 1:00 PM TO 2:00 PM

 

PENSION ADALAT ON 18TH SEPTEMBER 2018 AT 11:00 AM- CLICK HERE

Admission list for 2018-19

Photographs of Existing Infrastructure

KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA WCL NEW MAJRI (M S ) PIN : 442-503

Kendriya Vidayalaya WCL, New Majri was established in the year 1989 with a noble aim of providing quality education to the children of employees of the Western Coal Limited, New Majri and nearby areas, Today the school has grown to a mighty institution with the strength of 774 students and 26 staff. The school life at Kendriya Vidyalaya WCL,New Majri means, enjoying the warmth of being the part of loving family while tasting the thrill of adventure and the exhilaration of achievement. The school provides a child centered education, full of opportunities to foster the spirit of learning in the true sense.

VISION, KVS

KVS envisions itself a world class organization in school education committed to continually empowering teachers to actualize inside out synergy in students and enable them to fulfill futuristic societal, national global needs and aspirations. (Explanatory note)

Our Mission

KVS has a four fold mission viz:-

  • 1) To cater to the educational needs of children of transferable Central Government employees including defence and para military personnel by providing a common programme of education.
  • 2) To pursue excellence and set the pace in the field of school education.
  • 3) To initiate and promote experimentations and innovations in education in
    collaboration with other bodies like CBSE, NCERT, etc.
  • 4) To develop the spirit of national integration and create a sense of “Indianness”
    among children.

Appeal

All the Alumni Students (Old Passing Out Students from KV WCL,New Majri) are hereby requested as being KVIAN to send their portfolio/details of their job/holding responsible post / Officers / Supervisors / Engineers / Doctors / Defense Personnel / Researchers / Businessman / Foreign Jobs to this Vidyalaya for updating/Uploading your information on our website.

Please send your details in the following format

1. Name of Student --------------

2. Father's Name -----------------

3. Mother’s Name -----------------

4. Passing Year----------Class-----

5. At present working/Appointed as a--------

6. Department/Industry/Business-----------

7. Your Email ID--------------

8. Phone/Mob. No. -----------

9. Passport Size Photograph (if possible) ----JPEG/PNG Format/By Post

You are requested to send this information by email/Post as

1. Email ID of KV WCL,New Majri -

2. Email Id of I/C Alumni Officer-

Mr.Vishant Khobragade, PGT-Comp.Sc.

Kendriya Vidyalaya WCL, New Majri

Distt-Chandrapur (M.S.) PIN-442503

Mob.-7387782105

Wish you all the Best and Good Luck.

DIWAKAR MISHRA

PRINCIPAL

केन्द्रीय विद्यालय,डब्लू.सी.एल.न्यू माजरी

संस्कृत सप्ताह का आयोजन {23/08/2018 से 29/08/2018}

प्रतिवेदन

 

केन्द्रीय विद्यालय डब्लू.सी.एल.न्यू माजरी में दिनांक 23/08/2018 से दिनांक 29/08/2018 तक सप्ताह समारोह का आयोजन हर्षोल्लासपूर्वक किया गया| सर्वप्रथम विद्यालय के प्राचार्य ने दीपप्रज्ज्वलन किया तत्पश्चात विद्यालय के छात्र /छात्राओ ने विभिन्न कार्यक्रमों में भाग लिया जिसका दिनांकवार विवरण निम्नवत है

दिनांक23/08/2018:-

01 आदरणीय प्राचार्य महोदय के द्वारा संस्कृत सप्ताह का उद्घाटन किया गया|

02 संस्कृत श्लोक पाठ प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया | कुल 8 विद्यार्थियों ने भाग लिया |

दिनांक 24/08/2018 :-

(1) संस्कृत सप्ताह के दुसरे दिन संस्कृत कथावाचन प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया |

(2) इस प्रतियोगिता में कुल 9 विद्यार्थियों ने भाग लिया |

दिनांक 25/08/2018 :-

(1) संस्कृत सप्ताह के तीसरे दिन संस्कृत व्याकरण,वैदिक साहित्य,पुस्तक-लेखक विषय पर प्रश्नोत्तरी प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया जिसमे कुल 8 विद्यार्थियों ने भाग लिया |

दिनांक 27/08/2018 :-

(1) संस्कृत सप्ताह  के चौथे दिन निबंध लेखन प्रतियोगिता का आयोजन किया गया| इस प्रतियोगिता में कुल 3 विद्यार्थियों ने भाग लिया |

दिनांक 28/08/2018 :-

(1) संस्कृत सप्ताह के पांचवे दिन ‘वायु प्रदूषण’ विषय पर छात्रों द्वारा नाट्य किया गया |

(2) इस प्रतियोगिता में कुल 9 विद्यार्थियों ने भाग लिया |

दिनांक 29/08/2018 :-

(1) संस्कृत सप्ताह के अंतिम दिन छात्र-छात्राओं ने समूह गान प्रतियोगिता में भाग लिया |

(2) इस प्रतियोगिता में कुल 18 विद्यार्थियों ने भाग लिया |

(3) कार्यक्रम के अंतिम चरण में माननीय प्राचार्य ने विजेता छात्र-छात्राओं को पुरस्कार वितरित किये |

(4) माननीय प्राचार्य ने संस्कृत भाषा का महत्त्व बताया व कार्यक्रम का समापन किया |

दिवाकर मिश्रा

प्राचार्य

केन्द्रीयविद्यालय,डब्लू.सी.एल.न्यू माजरी

 

 

PUSTAKOPAHAR

 

Joy of giving gives us immense pleasure. The students of K.V. W.C.L. New Majri donated books of previous classes to the Vidyalaya. These books are further given to the needy students so that their teaching learning processes do not get affected in the absence of books.  Altogether 45 students donated 145 books. This also inculcates a good habit among the students.

PARTNERSHIP WITH GOVERNMENT SCHOOL

Under partnership with government school, the school chosen is Zila Parishad School, Kuchana.

Under this activity various activities have been done. Times to time the students are called to our Vidyalaya for witnessing various activities like morning assembly, Sharing of E- class room/Resource room/ activity room. They were also given training on the use and importance of ICT in teaching learning process.

 

They were also shown the various labs of the Vidyalaya under the guidance of teachers of the Vidyalaya.

INTERACTION IN RESOURCE ROOM OF THE VIDYALAYA

DISTRIBUTION OF SWEETS AND PENCIL

 

JIGYASA

As the new Academic Session 2018-2019 started, under “Jigyasa” one teacher and two students of class X of our Vidyalaya Visited CSIR NEERI, (Nagpur) Labs on 08.04.2018, Sunday. The students along with teacher visited different labs of NEERI like molecular labs, waste water treatment lab, microbiology lab, soil analysis lab etc. There they learn about DNA Finger printing, cloning of DNA template, Polymerase Chain reaction, uses of hot and cold water bath, autoclave, centrifuge, sonicator, Transmitter for DNA visualiser, laminar flow, Incubator shaker for growing bacteria, Spectrophotometer etc. They also saw the bands of DNA on agarose gel.

AUTOCLAVE B.O.D. INCUBATOR

Various solar devices like solar water heater, solar drier, solar cooker etc were also observed by the students. They became familiar about the principle and working and importance of such devices in present scenario.

SOLAR DEVICES

Different varieties of bamboo plants were seen by them in bamboo garden in the premises of NEERI. They also knew the concept that bamboo plant can be used to make barren land fertile.

BAMBOO GARDEN

 

The most fascinating and interesting was the waste water treatment plants. They know the concept of primary and secondary treatments as well as uses of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria in waste water or waste solid treatment. There they saw how food waste is converted into biogas for the use of various purposes with the help of aerobic and anaerobic bacteria.

SOLID WASTE TREATMENT PLANT

 

They also knew the concept that why “Ganga Water” is not affected by any bacteria. One of these causes is the presence of “bacteriophages” in large amount in Ganga water which infect the bacterial cell and destroy them thereby making it unaffected from bacteria.

GANGA PROJECT:  SHOWING DISPOSIBLE PERTIPLATES OF BACTERIOPHAGES

 

After all the visit to NEERI, CSIR Labs was worthy and fruitful for enhancing the learning of students who visited there. In future such visit is also required for more and more students, which can only be made possible under Jigyasa.

Jigyasa: Student-Scientist Connect Program

CSIR-National Environmental Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-NEERI) organised the ‘JIGYASA: Student-Scientist Connect Program’ for the students of Kendriya Vidyalayas (KV) on January 17-19, 2018 in the NEERI Auditorium. 200 students and 35 teachers of Kendriya Vidyalayas from Mumbai and Raipur Regions participated in this programme. Science Educationist Shri Brajesh Dixit; Director, CSIR-NEERI Dr. Rakesh Kumar; and Chief Scientist & Science Secretary Dr. J.S. Pandey guided the students.

Shri Dixit performed various experiments of science and explained the scientific principles behind them. He demonstrated Newton’s Laws, Surface Tension, Vision Defect, Gravitation, etc. He also explained the methods how to make thermometer, lactometer, water lens, etc. at home. Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Director, CSIR-NEERI stated some amazing facts of science and advised the students to inculcate science in day-to-day activities. Dr. J.S. Pandey, Chief Scientist & Science Secretary said that ‘environmental management’ should be a part of syllabus to minimize environmental pollution.

The students and teachers of Kendriya Vidyalayas visited the Laboratories and Facilities of the Institute for hands-on science experiments on water and soil analysis, water purification techniques, collection, treatment and management of municipal solid wastes, treatment, recycle and reuse of waste water, how to restore degraded lands, importance of various plants including bamboo for livelihood, solar to chemical conversion systems and devices, etc. The CSIR-NEERI Scientists Dr. (Mrs) Sadhana Rayalu, Dr. G.K. Khadse, Dr. Rima Biswas Mondal, Dr. Atul Maldhure, Dr. Sukdeb Pal, Dr. Ganesh Kale and Dr. Lal Singh explained the scientific principles in the laboratories and fields, and interacted with the students. The students were also involved in various science projects. The students were taken to Raman Science Centre & Planetarium to promote a scientific attitude amongst them. The participatory exhibits at Raman Science Centre offered the students an experience to study numerous scientific laws and principles. Main attractions included the floor piano, visible effect of invisible, giant soap bubble, spiral musical tubes, mirror maze, resonance etc. The students were also given a demonstration on ‘how matter behaves at very low temperature’. In the end, the students shared some ideas, thoughts and experiences based on their learning at CSIR-NEERI.

STRESS DURING EXAM

Causes

Exam stress is result of many causes, student emotions combined with their thought and several other factors can create high levels of exam stress. Three of the most common factors are Competition, Negative Thinking and Low Self Confidence.


Competition

This is important factor that can result in exam stress because during that period there is more competition amongst students. This might be because the results of exam will play important rule in acceptance for higher levels of education. Higher exam results can also ensure prolonging or getting new scholarship and other potential consequences of failing exam or achieving lower scores than other students can create exam stress.

Negative Thinking


Be positive and avoid negative thinking.
Negative thought that occur during exams are important factor that causes exam stress. You shouldn't think how difficult is the exam, how long is the study literature , how hard it is to acquire all the necessary knowledge or how failure will result in less prosperous future. Start thinking on the positive side of the situation and evaluate what are the advantages of passing the exam not disadvantages of failure. Only by positive thinking and focus on our goals we can reduce the pressure of exam stress and in some cases even prevent it from evolving.

Lack of Self Confidence


This is probably one of the main factors that cause exam stress as well as other types of stress. It means that student doesn’t perceive his skills and capabilities good enough to be able to pass the exam. Low Self Confidence comes from the subjective belief of person about who they are, this belief is usually result of fear that student has about the inability of passing the exam because the lack of knowledge. Therefore it is important for student to get higher self confidence and become immune to this important cause of exam stress.

 

 

 

MR R V HASTE                                                                       MR DIWAKAR MISHRA

(I/C EXAM)                                                                                 (PRINCIPAL)

HOW TO REDUCE STRESS AND STRAIN DURING EXAMS

1. Stay calm

Unfortunately, stress is not the only emotion which students have to face and when panic sets in there is little hope for youngsters. This makes staying calm vital and anything from breathing exercises to physical activity can help to give students a reprieve from the stress of exams.

2. Make it manageable

Just as “bite-size” examinations were expected to relieve exam stress, breaking your revision into smaller pieces can also help to relieve some of the tension. Tackling all of your revision in one go can be a daunting experience and leave students feeling out of their depth. Separate you workload by subjects and topics to make it more manageable.

3. Develop a schedule

Breaking your workload into smaller pieces also enables you to create a clearly defined revision schedule. This is an invaluable tool during the exam period and can help you to stay focused, thus reducing your stress. Set yourself a target of how many areas you want to revise in a given sitting and remember to take regular breaks – this gives your mind a rest and allows you to reward yourself for the hard work you have put in.

4. Prepare thoroughly

One of the most obvious ways to reduce stress during exams is to increase preparation. Whilst it is important that children take time out to relax, one of the most common causes of exam apprehension is a feeling of unpreparedness. To counteract this, preparation is needed and ultimately children need to balance their revision with other activities. Exam practice and private tuition could also help by providing children with a formal environment in which to supplement their in-school learning.

5. Implement a reward system

Rewarding yourself after you have completed each unit of revision or study is an easy way to keep yourself focused and relaxed. The reward can be anything from going out with friends to watching some TV but is sure to keep you motivated.

MR R V HASTE                                                                                MR DIWAKAR MISHRA

(I/C EXAM)                                                                                          (PRINCIPAL)

 

TIPS TO SCORE GOOD MARKS IN EXAMINATION

 

Regarding scoring of good marks in Board Exams, it is not so difficult.
You have to stick to few important tips:

1. Firstly, study regularly, take out time for at least three subjects in
a day. Work more on those subjects, in which you feel you are weaker than other subjects.

2. Do not leave any subject for more than 2-3 days. Every subject should be taken up for study at least in every alternate day. The important and difficult ones may be taken up everyday.

 

3. Devote at least 6-7 hours for self study.
But do not cut down too much on your sleep and enjoyment. Take out a bit of time for relaxing and entertaining also.

 

4. Whenever you study, don't sit for too long continuously, you can also take one or two short breaks of 5-10 minutes during a continuous stretch of 3-4 hrs. of study.
This will help in maintaining your interest.

5. Be in touch with the CBSE previous years papers, sample papers etc. Keep on looking what

has been the pattern of CBSE and what type of questions are generally asked.

Also refer to their model answers.

6. Whenever you give a test in school and obtain marks, just go through your answer sheet seriously and see where marks have been deducted and how can the errors be avoided next time.

7. Take proper care of your health and hygiene. Do regular exercise, take more of green vegetables, milk and other nutritious food. Do not get tensed.

8. Although you must stick to NCERT books, but in science, maths, you must do some extra questions also. You can purchase a good book or question bank for that.

9. Be in contact with your teachers and ask them to evaluate yourself.

10. At the end of the year, do at least 8-10 model test papers for each subject. This will help a lot.


Just keep working towards your Goal and keep on evaluating yourself.
Challenges are high, dreams are new,
The world out there is waiting for you,
Dare to dream, Dare to try,
No goal is too distant, No star too high..

 

Mr R V HASTE                                                                               Mr DIWAKAR MISHRA

(I/C EXAM)                                                                                        (PRINCIPAL)

 

ACTIVITIES PERFORMED BY SCOUTS AND GUIDES IN THE MONTH OF AUGUST 2016

1. CLEANING OF SCHOOL/HOSPITAL/PUBLIC PLACES

S.NO.

CATEGORY

TOTAL NUMBER OF SCOUTS GUIDES INVOLVED

NO. OF MAN HOURS DEVOTED

1.

SCHOOL(K.V.WCL NEW MAJRI)

SCOUTS: 40 & GUIDES:20

TOTAL= 60

60 x 15MINUTES =900 MINUTES( 15HOURS)

2.

WCL HOSPITAL

SCOUTS:40 & GUIDES:20

TOTAL= 60

60 x 15MINUTES =900 MINUTES( 15HOURS)

3.

GANESH TEMPLE

SCOUTS:40 & GUIDES:20

TOTAL= 60

60 x 15MINUTES =900 MINUTES( 15HOURS)

2. PLANTATION OF SAPLING IN THE VIDYALAYA

S.NO

NAME OF PLANTS

TOTAL NO. PLANTED

1.

PALM

16

2.

CROTONS

08

3.

GOLD MOHAR

05

4.

TEMPLE TREE

03

5.

ROSE

10

6.

ASTER

08

7.

PETUNIA

08

8.

TULSI

10

9.

AMLA

01

10.

ALOE VERA

05

11.

PATHAR CHATTA

02

TOTAL

76

PHOTOGRAPHS

1. CLEANING OF SCHOOL/HOSPITAL/PUBLIC PLACES

2. PLANTATION OF SAPLING IN THE VIDYALAYA

Last Updated (Thursday, 07 March 2019 09:04)