Friday, June 9, 2023

Monday, March 6, 2023

काव्य मंजरी- 2022

 काव्यमंजरी-2022 में मेरी कविता "राष्ट्र प्रथम" का प्रकाशन 

Saturday, October 8, 2022

Cyber Jaagrookta Diwas

Cyber Jaagrookta Diwas was celebrated in ZIET Gwalior on 06th October 2022. On this occasion, a workshop and quiz contest were organised.

Digital Academic Resources


Thursday, August 18, 2022

 Book Exhibition

Dear all, it's the matter of pleasure that we organised a book exhibition in our library. The main objective of this exhibition is to motivate staff members to use the library more and more.

Friday, August 6, 2021

Reading Literacy: Practice Book for Students

CBSE has published this book keeping in view NEP 2020. It provides wide variety of reading material example: posters , quotations etc. This can be read by clicking on the following- 

Reading Literacy: Practice Book for Students

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Friday, May 21, 2021

Interesting and informational websites for kids

 Some links for interesting and informational websites for kids:

1. Youngzine : It provides interesting informations and current affairs for kids and adults also.


2. TIME for kids : Its TIME magazine for kids, providing articles to read on various topics.

TIME for kids

3. National Geographic Kids

4. Young Ocean Explorers (YOE) : Inspiring kids to love our oceans.

Young Ocean Explorers

5. Discovery Mindblown : It has educational videos on wide range of subjects.

Monday, May 10, 2021

Mental Health and Wellness

A person's disease is fifty percent physical and fifty percent mental. The physical part of the disease will be treated by the doctors and rest fifty percent is mental, it will be cured by the combined efforts of the individual self and the specialist. CBSE has published a "Mental Health and Wellness Manual". 
Kindly click on the link to access the manual.

Monday, April 5, 2021

Taking care of mental Health of Children during COVID- 19: Ministry of Mental Health and Family Welfare, Government of India

 This COVID - 19 Era is increasing anxiety and stress in children. Take care of them with some simple strategies by National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences.

mentalhealthchildrean.pdf (

Thursday, February 4, 2021

Some apps that can be useful in learning new languages

1. Duolingo: This app is very easy to use , fun and helps to learn various languages. 

Duolingo - The world's best way to learn a language

The app is also available for android phones.

2. Busuu : This app is also similar to Duolingo, but has limited languages.

Busuu - Learn languages online: start for free

3. Memrise: This is a flashcard based system and it helps in learning new alphabets , improve vocabulary etc.


4. Babbel: This app helps in improving vocabulary, pronounciation and grammar.

Language for Life -

Wednesday, January 6, 2021

Teachers' Resource for Learning Outcomes

 CBSE has released this document to help teachers in the incorporation of learning outcomes in their day to day teaching. It provides mapping of core subjects of class 1 to 10.

CBSE:   Teachers' Resource for Learning Outcomes

Tuesday, October 13, 2020



1.   Make a book: Write and draw all your dreams. Fill it with stories, poems and drawings even subjects’ related content can also be used. This activity can be done for students of class 2 to 7.                                                                                                                                                          Outcome: Blending Art and Academics, Brainstorming, Joyful learning, sharing and celebrating the results.

2.    Word on Pebbles: Write some words on pebbles (permanent marker) or cards/ chits. Ask students to make a word bank related to pebble word or write a poem/story related to that word. This activity can be done for students of class 4 to 12.

Outcome: Enhancing vocabulary, creativity, Teaching Aid to teach grammar (Hindi and English)

3.   Sticks of story: This is a very interesting activity and can be used for many types of learning. For example: if you want to conduct a general discussion then have a proverb or sayings split in parts on a stick . Ask a person to rephrase it in order then can have a discussion on the quote. Another example can be dividing the sticks into categories (time, character, place, plot etc.). Ask the students to choose one stick from each category and make a story. Stories can be verbal or written.

Outcome: Creative thinking, verbal and communication skills will improve can be used for teaching lessons of various subjects.

4.   Story telling: This is one of the most ancient activities conducted for students. Story telling can be by the teacher or students. Verbal or written, true or fiction. The teacher can ask the student to write or narrate a true story that has impacted their life in this lockdown.

Outcome: Communication skills will improve, vocabulary will enhance, moral education etc.

5.  Creating a travel brochure: Ask students to create a travel brochure of a place they had visited/liked the most.

Outcome: The students will learn about various places, rivers, parks etc and academics can be blended with this activity to teach geography or history.

Reference: Scottish book trust 


Thursday, July 16, 2020

Alternative Academic Calendar

To provide continuous education to students in this COVID 19 pandemic, NCERT has developed an Alternative Academic Calendar for all the stages of school education. 

Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Story telling series by All India radio

All India Radio launches an interesting and captivating storytelling series based on Indian tales like the Panchatantra and Jataka tales, especially for children. Its a great initiative during lock-down. The series titled “JUNGLE JUNGLE PHIR BAAT CHALI”.

Click on the title given below to listen the story.

Episode -26
Title: Bandar aur Chidiya Transcreated by Jainendra Singh

Episode -27
Title: Vansh ka Naash Transcreated by Abhinay Srivastav

Episode -28
Title: Lalach buri baat hai Transcreated by Anamika Srivastava

Episode -29
Title: The Unforgiving Monkey Transcreated by Jasleen Vohra

Episode -30
Title: Bandar aur Magar Machh Transcreated by Dr Rajshree Trivedi

Episode -31
Title: Moorkh Mitra Transcreated by Nitish Arora

Episode -32

Episode -33
Title: A Tale of Two Fish and a Frog Transcreated by V Sivakumar

Episode -34
Title: Sachchai Nahi Chhipti Transcreated by Bhim Prakash Sharma

Episode -35
Title: Aadmi aur Sher Transcreated by Dr Ritu Rajput

Episode -36
Title: Apna Ghar, Apne Log Transcreated by Sujata rath

Episode -37
Title: Nirdhan Pujari, Chor aur Danav Transcreated by Abhinay Srivastav

Episode -38
Title: Chaar Mitr Transcreated by Anupam Pathak

Episode -39
Title: Do Sir wala Pakshi Transcreated by Dr Rajshree Trivedi

Episode -40
Title: Dusht Sarp aur Kauvve Transcreated by Vinita Thakur

Episode -41
Title: Chooha aur Mendhak Transcreated by Kamal Kishore Baraik

Episode -42
Title: The Brave Little Archer Transcreated by Bhuvan Apoorva Jha

Episode -43
Transcreated by Sujata Rath

Episode -44
Title: Akalmand Hans Transcreated by Rajshree Trivedi

Episode -45
Title: Ruru Hiran Transcreated by Navodita Mishra

Episode -46
Title: Sone Ka Thaal Transcreated by Shamayita Das

Thursday, June 25, 2020

Story telling series by All India radio

All India Radio launches an interesting and captivating storytelling series based on Indian tales like the Panchatantra and Jataka tales, especially for children. Its a great initiative during lock-down. The series titled “JUNGLE JUNGLE PHIR BAAT CHALI”.

Click on the title given below to listen the story.

Episode -11

Episode -12
Title: The Loyal Mongoose Transcreated by Averee Chaurey

Episode -13
Title: Chalak Khargosh aur Sher Transcreated by Paro Anand

Episode -14
Title: Siyaar aur Dhol Transcreated by Rajashri Trivedi

Episode -15
Title: The Musical Donkey Transcreated by Manoj Mainkar

Episode -16
Title: The Elephant and the Sparrows Transcreated by Bhaveen Gossain

Episode -17
Title: Jaise ko Taisa Transcreated by Nitish Arora

Episode -18
Title: Moorkh Batooni Kachhua Transcreated by Dr Maya Gupta

Episode -19
Title: Sanyasi aur Chooha Transcreated by Rakhi Kishore

Episode -20

Episode -21
Title: Ghamandi Haathi aur Cheenti Transcreated by Neelam Malkania

Episode -22
Title: Chuhiya ka Swayamvar Transcreated by Meenu Khare

Episode -23
Title: Of Owls and Crows Transcreated by Anjana ‘Bulbul’ Sharma

Episode -24
Title: Chatur Lomdi Transcreated by Priti Mohan

Episode -25
Title: Swarn Rajhans Transcreated by Anupam Pathak

Tuesday, June 16, 2020

6th International Yoga Day

Message of Commissioner, KVS Sh. Santosh Kumar Mall 

Yoga At Home  Yoga With Family

#YogaWithKVians #IYD2020 #KVS #YogaDay

Monday, June 1, 2020

Story telling series by All India radio

All India Radio launches an interesting and captivating storytelling series based on Indian tales like the Panchatantra and Jataka tales, especially for children. Its a great initiative during lock-down. The series titled “JUNGLE JUNGLE PHIR BAAT CHALI”.

Click on the title given below to listen the story.

Episode -3 Title: The Pigeons and the Bird Catcher Transcreated by Anindya Chakraborty

Episode -4 Title: The Elephants and the Mice Transcreated by Anindya Chakraborty

Episode -5
Transcreated by Divik Ramesh

Episode -6

Episode -7
THE CRANE AND THE CRAB Transcreated by Rahul Chatterjee

Episode -8

Episode -9
Title: Ranga Siyaar Transcreated by Poonam Srivastava

Episode -10
Title: Bhais aur Ghore ki kahaani Transcreated by Lakshmi Shankar Bajpai

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Sunday, January 12, 2020


The first female president of the United Nations General Assembly was an Indian. Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit became the president of the United nations General assembly in 1953.

Thursday, August 29, 2019

Group of animals and their terminology

Group of Eagles             :  Convocation
Group of Peacocks         : Ostentation
Group of Giraffes           :  Tower
Group of Rabbits            :  Herd
Group of Snakes             :  Nest
Group of Snails               :  Hood
Group of Snakes             :  Nest
Group of Kangaroos       :  Mob
Group of Bees                 : Swarm
Group of Cats                  :  Clowder
Group of Swans               :  Game
Group of Dogs                 :  Pack
Group of Elephants         :  Parade
Group of Frogs                :  Army
Group of Goats                :  Tribe
Group of Tigers               :  Ambush
Group of Quails               :  Covey
Group of Wolves              :  Pack
Group of Fish                   :  School
Group of Sparrows          :  Host
Group of Turkeys             :  Gang
Group of Turtles               :  Bale

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

29th August, National Sports Day

pic courtsey: Punjab Kesari

                                                                                                                                                                                             National Sports Day is observed annually on August  29th in India, National Sports Day is a day which celebrates and honors the birthday of Dhyan Chand – a field hockey player who is considered by many to be the best of all time.
                    Dhyan Singh was born to mother Sharadha Singh and father Sameshwar Singh on August 29th, 1905 in Allahabad, Kushwaha. His father served in the British Indian Army and in his spare time, he played field hockey – which is probably where Dhyan Chand got his talent. As a young boy, he didn’t have an inclination towards hockey but that changed when he joined the British Indian Army at the age of 16. Once there, he decided to follow in his father’s footsteps and practice the sport. He would wait for the moon to come out to practice, however, as there were no electric floodlights at the time. This prompted his teammates to give him the name “Chand”, a name which means the moon. That is how he became known as Dhyan Chand. 
                   In a bid to urge people to adopt a more healthy and fit lifestyle, PM Modi will launch the Fit India Movement on DhyanChand's 114th birth anniversary in an event which will be hosted at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi.

Friday, August 2, 2019


  • The Bald Eagle builds the largest tree nest of all birds, measuring about 2.9 metres across.
  • The slowest flying bird is the American Woodcock. It can fly only 8 kmph.
  • The goose is the first bird domesticated by humans.
  • A green woodpecker can eat as many as 2000 ants a day!
  • Birds commonly have 1500 to 3000 feathers on their body.

source of information : Tell me why (magazine)

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Lines to think....

The words you consistently select will shape your destiny.

                                                                                                  By- Anthony Robbins

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Cyber Safety and Security

Internet technology impacted our life since its inception. With technology comes some risk also so for guidance one booklet has been made by CIET (Central Institute of Educational Technology), NCERT, New Delhi.

Booklet on Cyber Safety and Security