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    • STG NEWS OF THE DAY

      Session 2014-15 

       Workshop for educators starts from 1st April to 7th April.

      Orientation of new STGians and their parents is on 5th April.

      Classes for Session 2014-15 begins from 8th April.

      Admission form for the session 2014-15 is availbable at the school office.

      For  details, please contact school office : 0361-2270060, 0361-2270074, 8811024800, 9957182688

      STGians make us proud again by their outstanding performance in ICSE & ISC Examinations. ICSE TOPPER- Nishant Baruah secures 94.6% and ISC TOPPER- Nishank Sogani secures 93.75%. Details of the results are available in ACHIEVENTS BY STUDENTS page of STG Snapshot.

       

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    • MATHS TIP OF THE DAY

      Basic skills are essential

      Quick: what’s 9 times 7? To be successful, students must be able to answer this correctly in their sleep. The multiplication tables are the basis for most high school math problems. If you don’t know them, practice! Make flash cards, get a computer program, and practice, practice, practice.

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    • PARENTING TIP OF THE DAY
    • Establish & Re-Establish School Routines

      Use the last few days before new session starts to get into a school-day rhythm. Have your child practice getting up and getting dressed at the same time every morning. Start eating breakfast, lunch, and snacks around the times your child will eat when school is in session. Even if your child is young, you can inspire skills that will build confidence and independence at school. Have your young child practice writing her name and tying her own shoes. The transition to school will be easier for everyone if your child can manage basic needs without relying on an adult. 

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    • VIDEO OF THE DAY
    • Your body language shapes who you are

      Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success.

      Click here

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    • BOOK OF THE DAY
    • THE RACE OF MY LIFE 

      Milkha Singh has led a life dominated by running, running, running! From a boy who narrowly escaped death during Partition (most of his family was not so lucky), to a juvenile delinquent who stole and outran the police, to a young Army recruit who ran his very first race to win special privileges for himself (a daily glass of milk). After that first race, Milkha Singh became an athlete by default. In this remarkably candid autobiography, Milkha Singh shares the amazing highs of winning Indias first ever gold in athletics at the Commonwealth Games, the unbridled joy of being hailed as the Flying Sikh in Pakistan, as well as the shattering low of failure at the Olympics. Simple, yet ambitious,famous, yet grounded,temptations all around him, yet remaining celibate so he could focus on racing. Powerful and gripping, The Race of My Life documents the journey of an impoverished refugee who rose to become one of the most towering figures in Indian sports.

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    • THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
    • Keep smiling...... One day life will get tired of upsetting you.

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