Saturday, April 20, 2013

Preparing Students for the Digital Professionals

Design is a fast-moving, technology-fuelled industry.
More often than not, images have been altered — historically with painstaking tricks of lighting and exposure with retouching Selection tools that can make pictures more beautiful. Advances in digital photography have made it so easy to manipulate photographs. Adobe Photoshop is an industry standard for graphics professionals. Yes, Sarvanaman students become graphics professionals to design any type of graphics like posters, magazines covers, book covers, photo frame DVD cover, visiting card etc.
A life without curiosity is quite a boring life. It’s the power of the curious mind that has made humans as advanced and as imaginative as we find ourselves today. Students of Sarvanaman are so curious to design photo frame, Poster and mug. They really worked hard. They designed so good like professionals.
I paint objects as I think them, not as I see them.  ~Pablo Picasso
Here are the witnesses of Sarvanaman’s digital artist...

Friday, April 12, 2013

Magical Experiments Spark Student’s Curiosity

Science teaches children to make observations, collect information and to use logical thinking to draw a conclusion. It fuels the curiosity and provides children with valuable ideas and skills. ‘Kalpana’ - The Science Club of the school organized a series of experiments demonstrated by the science teachers on 12th April 2013 giving opportunities to students of Class II to VI observe scientific phenomena. The science teachers demonstrated some of the amazing and fascinating experiments like boiling water in a newspaper cup, tossing the coin in the glass without touching it, working of periscope, an example of optical illusion, making thermocol disappear and many others. The students were benefitted with increased interest in science and scientific experiments. 

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Farewell to Class XII Students

While there was joy of accomplishment of the schooling, also apparent were feelings of separation among the students of Class XII who recently completed their Board Examination. A grand farewell was extended to these students by the school where the juniors offered them a royal welcome as they entered into the assembly hall - all set to witness different colours brought up by a range of events. Planned by the students of class XI, the event saw the pinnacle of the talents of the students as they performed dance, skit, and many more acts.   The juniors shared the good qualities that they found in each of the outgoing seniors. The departing students also shared their experiences with regard to the school and thanked the school management, the principal, teachers and mentor Didis for their contribution. Principal Mr. Borade shared his feelings and in the same breath extended his ongoing support and best wishes to the departing students.