Archive for October, 2017

Climate Action

Today we had a Mind blowing skype session where different schools around the world came together sharing their practices and the work done throughout the month in this project Climate Action on a single platform. We could see the impacts and ways these students are striving to combat . Pollution and save the mother earth Thanks Sussane,Duhita,Rania Ezzat Al-sayed,Eliat,,Snehlata, and all my friends who were for the session

— with ნათია შევარდენიძე and Thuy Nguyen.

Together We Can-Rayatian’s Stand To Combat Climatic Issues

Globalisation and Exchange programmes are a great way to bring international education to life for young learners and future generation and the benefits of doing joint projects with international schools are wide-reaching.  Keeping this project a “Climate Action” programme was organized and at R.I.S and round the globe. 69 countries and 250 schools were involved in the programme supported by Dalai lama, Dr. Jane Goodall , Unesco, Anthony Salcito.

A 4-week programme comprising of various activities was held. In the 1-st week,students studied various aspects of the “climate changes”. In the second week they have researched for the causes and reasons of climate change.  In the third week, they found various solutions and made various powerpoint presentations and projects.  In the fourth week, various skype sessions were held, students spread awareness among their peers and society. A rally was organized on October 27 in Rayat Bahra Campus to aware the society for hazardous consequences for climatic changes.  Students interviewed Mr. Suresh Seth, Campus Director and Dr. Jagdeep Kaur, Director of Education, Rayat Campus. Both of them appreciated the efforts of the students and they were glad to know the involvement of the students in the burning issue of the “Climate”.

It was a superb opportunity for collaboration over international hot issue of climate and pollution.

Principal Mrs. Subha Rathore said that this proved to be great learning experience for the students and gave them a platform to explore their views.


Various sports events were organized by RIS in its premises on 25th of October. Events were as follows:
I Sprint and reverse race
II Back Race
III Jump Race
IV Walk on line Race
V Engine race
VI to VIII Kabaddi Semi-Finals
IX to XII Volleyball Semi-Finals
What a marvelous day it was full of energy and sportsmanship. Students realized the importance of hard work and team work. The main aim of these events was to develop the traits of sportsmanship, leadership and healthy competition.
In junior sports, students took part enthusiastically and won in various races. All were very excited.
In KABADDI MATCH, all the houses played well and audience was cheering their houses. There were two initial rounds. First was between Shaurya house and Yash house in which Shaurya House was the winner.
Second round was between Shakti house and Gaurav house in which Shakti house was the winner.
In VOLLEY BALL MATCH, two rounds were played. First round was between Shaurya house and Gaurav house in which Gaurav house was winner. Second round was between Shakti house and Yash house in which Shakti house was winner.
At the end, Principal Mrs. Subha Rathore congratulated the winner showered wishes for the final matches.

Ten Tips to Study

Ten Tips to Study
Make studying a part of your everyday school routine and don’t be limited to ‘cramming’ for exams and tests.
1. Establish a routine
Set aside a particular time each day for study and revision and stick to it.
2. Create a study environment
This should be away from interruptions and household noise, such as the television. Ensure there is adequate lighting and ventilation, a comfortable chair
and appropriate desk.
3. Set a timetable
With a timetable you can plan to cover all your subjects in an organised way, allotting the appropriate time for each without becoming overwhelmed.
4. Look after yourself
Drink plenty of water, and eat healthy foods. Keep sugary foods to a minimum. Make sure you get enough sleep each night. Regular physical exercise makes you
feel great, boosts your energy and helps you relax. So try to keep up regular sporting activities or at least fit in some regular exercise as often as you can.
5. Reward yourself for studying
Watch your favourite television program, spend time with your friends, walk to the park and play sport throughout the week.
6. Have variety in your study program
Study different subjects each day and do different types of work and revision in each study session.
7. Avoid interrupting your concentration
Have all the appropriate materials with you before you start a session of study to minimise distractions.
8. Test yourself on what you have studied
Ask your parents or family members to quiz you on what you have learnt, use draft questions from books, past assessments or major exam papers.
9. Don’t panic at exam time
If you have followed a study routine and have been revising your class work, there should be no need to worry. Try to keep yourself calm, positive and confident.
10. Ask your teachers for guidance
Especially if you’re having trouble – whether it’s grasping a new concept or understanding something you learnt earlier in the year. They will be happy to help.

How to Study and Developing Study Skills

Study skills refer to the ability to read, memorize and retain class portions, text book content and other study materials. Developing study skills depend on individual’s capability, grasping power, interests, environment and self discipline. Here are some methods to develop study skills and hone them better with few useful techniques.

  1. Visualization

This method refers to seeing imagery through the mind on what has been taught, including block diagrams, pictures, matching real world objects with the concepts read. It also develops your creativity, imagination and cognitive skills.

  1. Group Study

Joining a study group on few topics lets members to share and collaborate among others. The study materials can be divided for individual preparations, which then can be delivered as a short session or flash cards to other members in the study group. This is one of the most common study methods.

  1. Writing what you read

Writing whatever you have just read immediately helps to retain the fresh knowledge and also boost your confidence in the exam. Apart from that, you can train yourself to be patient to really absorb the knowledge through hard work and also improve written communication skills.

  1. Learning by doing

This is one best form of developing a study skill – doing things practically based on what one read in the text book although it may not be possible to experiment or implement everything practically. One has to develop the habit of experiencing them practically if there any opportunity exists. For example, college lab exercises, applying them on real world situations.

  1. Flash cards

This is the most common method of keeping tab of topics read. It is done through a small post card where key words are noted down for quick reference. Majority of the students keep them handy instead of keeping complete notes or text books. This helps in developing hints to the topics and improvising the whole content from the keywords.


  1. Mind maps

It is the best technique to relate topics and associate links among them. Mind map is a powerful tool which follows a tree or hierarchical structure to a particular topic. It is also a great brainstorming method to generate more ideas for essay writing, comprehension, and critical thinking. It sharpens the thought process by looking at various perspectives to the subject.

  1. Group discussion and quizzes

Revise the topics through a group discussion with friends to further improve your memory. It is better to allot 30 minutes of time for discussion and clarifications. To make it more interesting, conduct small quizzes through rapid fire rounds, puzzles and other form of investigative learning. This also builds communication and social skills.

  1. Relaxation methods

It is vital to keep a healthy mind and body. Taking breaks and rests for 10-15 minutes between studies keeps the mind relaxed. It is recommended to have a minimum of seven hours sound sleep. It rejuvenates both body and mind. The mental pressure can be released by playing sports, doing work outs and spending quality time with family and friends. Practicing meditation, deep breathing exercises and yoga are great methods to improving concentration and focus.

Study skills are both innate and acquired by nature. They may vary across individuals but several common and working practices can be derived and applied by all students to hone and improvise their existing skills



A four member student delegation of RIS Railmajra comprising of Shivam Pundil(XI-C),Chinmay Gupta (X-C),Dalisha Bhatia(VIII- E) and Anuj (XI -C) accompanied by teacher incharge Mrs.Taljit Kaur went to British Council for U.K.-India Cultural Exchange Programme in Delhi on 14th of October 2017. It is truly said that love connects diversities and it is this love that we share with other partner schools . On the whole, these were 35 schools.
Shelfie Expression Competition was organized in which students of RIS participated and a student Shivam of (XI-c) held position in Top 5 Contestants. In Quiz , Chinmay and Anuj participated. It was a great learning experience.


The ISA project Young Entrepreneurs was collaborated with Hasan Kassr High School Lebanon where Rayatians shared a video describing their Fete-Gala Fiesta, which was shown to the partner school and they came up with ideas how rayatians can make it better. The partner school also shared a video, where they presented the scenario of jobs in the coming future across the globe and appreciated rayatians efforts to prepare young entrepreneurs.