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Winner of Heritage Quick Quiz 2018 held at APS Mundra on 20-4-2018

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 21/04/2018

Heritage Quick Quiz 2018 held at APS Mundra on 20-4-2018 on occasion of world heritage day celebration

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Career Fair 2018 at Adani Public School, Mundra – Kutch on 15-4-2018

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 17/04/2018

Career Fair 2018 at Adani Public School,

Mundra – Kutch

For the first time in Mundra a Career Fair was organized at Adani Public School, Mundra on 15th April 2018 with a view to make the students and parents aware of a range of career options available. Around 15 colleges and institutes from all over Gujarat participated in this fair.

Dr. C. B. Jadeja, the vice-chancellor of Krantiguru Shyamji Krishna Verma Kachchh University, inaugurated the fair and graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Mr. Mukesh Saxena, COO, APSEZL Mundra, was also present there.

The inauguration ceremony began with a lamp lighting ceremony which was followed by a Saraswati Vandana. A group of students gave a harmonious musical performance which added the flavour of joy and celebration to the programme.

Dr. C. B. Jadeja appreciated the school management and the Principal Ms. Swati Khemaria for thinking about the future of students and providing them with an opportunity to explore an array of career avenues. He advised parents to allow their children to choose a career of their interest. He talked about job satisfaction and insisted the students to follow their passion while deciding their career. Mr. Mukesh Saxena also congratulated the Principal and the staff of Adani Public School on this occasion and expressed his best wishes.

A lot of students and parents from Mundra and its surrounding places visited the fair and gathered the information about various courses available after completing school education. They expressed their happiness and thanked the school management for taking such an initiative.

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CHIDIYA RANI Poem written by RUDRA SATASHIYA Student of Adani Public School

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 05/04/2018

CHIDIYA RANI Poem written by RUDRA SATASHIYA Student of Adani Public School, Mundra – Kutch. The same poem  is published in CHAKMAK Magazine in Month of April 2018 Issue.

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My Nation My Pride….Poem written by Shefali Sompura and Published in The Open Page Magazine

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 05/04/2018

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Article written by Laxmi Rajput Teacher of Adani Public School, Mundra

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 08/03/2018

Article written by Laxmi Rajput Teacher of Adani Public School, Mundra

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Christmas Celebration 2017 at Adani Public School, Mundra – Kutch

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 27/12/2017

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Pre Primary Concert at Adani Public School, Mundra – Kutch 2016-2017

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 06/02/2017

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DAV Date-Sheet 2016-2017 : DAV SA2 Time Table Feb 2017

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 31/01/2017

DAV Date-Sheet 2016-2017 DAV SA2 Time Table Feb 2017.pdf

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Why School Librarian have School Library Blog : A through by Suresh Limbachiya, Librarian Adani Public School, Mundra- Kutch

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 21/01/2017

In today’s word social media has become an significant part of our lives. Many school libraries use traditional media-newspapers, newsletters, brochures and year book, to platform what they have and what they do. But how about using blog as our promotional tool? In act all school librarians in the order of the world should steps into the world of ‘Blogging’ to tell their library’s stories. I felt the need of having a school library blog t o promote our library services, resources and events. So I considered my dream, school library blog. The biggest problem was how to start with the process of making a blog. But thanks to the hi-tech improvement, so many user welcoming web tools are available today. One learns by doing things and that is exactly how I learnt about developing the library log, which was an out of the ordinary method. It keeps the reading group of people well up to date about all the events in the school library.

 

Suresh Limbachiya

Librarian, Adani Public School, Mundra – Kutch

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Sachin Limbachiya & Srushti Limbachiya

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 09/06/2015

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International Literary Day 2014

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 11/10/2014

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Lord Krishna : Best TEACHER of the World

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 21/08/2014

 

Dear Reader,

As we know, we celebrate centenary of Lord Krishna every year as Janmasthmi. On this day we are paying attention on the one side of Krishna’s life. But do not accept him as a Teacher who created a noble book or study on the Title ”Karma”‘. This book is known as Shrimad bhagwadgeeta which has many thoughts for the holistic growth of individual.

He educated Arjun about Karma. In present situation his views have fundamental irrelevance same as that time. He was a good Leader, Administrator, TEACHER, Ruler and Investigator. His learning visualization was clear and easy to be aware of in dialog form

 

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Certificate of Honour from Govt. of KOREA for participating in India – Korea friendship Essay Competition 2013

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 28/04/2014

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New Years are Named by United Nations….(International Year)

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 24/01/2014

2016 – International Year of Pulses

2015 – International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies,

International Year of Soils

2014 – International Year of Small Island Developing States

International Year of Crystallography

International Year of Family Farming

2013– International Year of Water Cooperation

International Year of Quinoa

2012 -International Year of Cooperatives

International Year of Sustainable Energy for All

2011 – International Year for People of African Descent

International Year of Chemistry

International Year of Forests

International Year of Youth (12 August 2010 — 11 August 2011)

2010 – International Year of Youth (12 August 2010 — 11 August 2011)

International Year for the Rapprochement of Cultures

International Year of Biodiversity

International Year of the Seafarer

2009 – International Year of Reconciliation

International Year of Natural Fibres

International Year of Human Rights Learning

International Year of Astronomy

Year of the Gorilla (UNEP and UNESCO)

2008 – International Year of Planet Earth

International Year of Languages

International Year of Sanitation

International Year of the Potato

2007/08 International Polar Year (WMO)

2006 –  International Year of Deserts and Desertification

2005 – International Year of Microcredit

International Year for Sport and Physical Education

International Year of Physics

2004 – International Year to Commemorate the Struggle against Slavery and its Abolition

International Year of Rice

2003 – Year of Kyrgyz Statehood

International Year of Freshwater

2002 – United Nations Year for Cultural Heritage

International Year of Mountains

International Year of Ecotourism

2001 – United Nations Year of Dialogue among Civilizations

International Year of Volunteers

International Year of Mobilization against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance

2000 –  International Year of Thanksgiving

International Year for the Culture of Peace

1999 – International Year of Older Persons

1998 – International Year of the Ocean

1996  – International Year for the Eradication of Poverty

1995 – United Nations Year for Tolerance

World Year of Peoples’ Commemoration of the Victims of the Second World War

1994 –  International Year of the Family

International Year of Sport and the Olympic Ideal

1993 – International Year for the World’s Indigenous People

1992 – International Space Year

1990 – International Literacy Year

1987 – International Year of Shelter for The Homeless

1986 – International Year of Peace

1985 – Year of The United Nations

International Youth Year: Participation, Development, Peace

1983 – World Communications Year; Development of Communication Infrastructures

1982 – International Year of Mobilization for Sanctions Against South Africa

1981 – International Year for Disabled Persons

1979 – International Year of The Child

1978/79 – International Anti-Apartheid Year

1975 – International Women’s Year

1974 – World Population Year

1971 – International Year for Action to Combat Racism and Racial Prejudice

1970 – International Education Year

1968 – International Year for Human Rights

1967 – International Tourist Year

1965 – International Co- operation Year

1961 – International Health and Medical Research Year

1959/60 – World Refugee Year

 

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Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 18/12/2013

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I Wish ….. I could step into the World of each book I Read……..

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 05/12/2013

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हरिशंकर परसाई की हस्तलिपि

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 15/07/2013

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Jodha Akbar TV Serial :: Real Story of Jodha Akbar

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 19/06/2013

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Real Story of Jodha Akbar

Jodhaa Akbar is a sixteenth century love story about a political marriage of convenience between a Mughal emperor, Akbar, and a Rajput princess, Jodhaa.

Political success knew no bounds for Emperor Akbar. After having secured the Hindu Kush, his empire extends from Afghanistan to the Bay of Bengal, and from the Himalayas to the Narmada River. Through a shrewd blend of diplomacy, intimidation and brute force, Akbar won the allegiance of the Rajputs. This allegiance was not universal. But little did Akbar know that when he married Jodhaa, a fiery Rajput princess, in order to further strengthen his relations with the Rajputs, he would in turn be embarking upon a new journey – the journey of true love.

The daughter of King Bharmal of Amer, Jodhaa resented being reduced to a mere political pawn in this marriage of alliance, and Akbar’s biggest challenge now lies in winning the love of Jodhaa – a love hidden deep below resentment and extreme prejudice.

Many of the events portrayed in the series are based on real events. Certain Rajput groups claimed Jodhaa was married to Akbar’s son, Jahangir, not Akbar where as certain reports stated that Jodha & Akbar were not married.

The title of the series was criticized by members of the Rajput community as misleading, politically motivated historical revisionism that minimized Rajput history. The community’s protests against the series in Rajasthan, and alleged that if they do not do so they will not let any Balaji Telefilms films to be released in the state.

The story of Jodha and Akbar is an intriguing chapter from India’s history. It speaks of love in the time of hate. It is relevant and relatable to present times as well. In India, historicals are more incident-based. But we are looking at the human stories, characterizations that focus on inter-personal relationships, the politics, how they think and communicate, The show will highlight how it was Jodha’s love that had a calming influence on him, transforming him from a brave warrior to a benevolent king and a better ruler with great appreciation for art, culture and love for his people. The key objective is to highlight to our audiences the power of love and its significant role in making someone a better human being.

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Best School in Kutch : Kamala Rani Sanghi Public School, Sanghipuram – Kutch : K. R. Sanghi Public School, Sanghipuram – Kutch

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 23/05/2013

Kamala Rani Sanghi Public School, an English medium co – educational school was established by SANGHI CEMENT, at Sanghipuram in June 1996, primarily to cater to the educational needs of the children of the employees of Sanghi Cement.It is being run in the the memory of Smt.Kamala Rani Sanghi, wife of Shri Ram Sharan Sanghi, Founder and Chairman of Sanghi industries Ltd. She was one of the few postgraduates of the early 1950s. She was a great educationist,writer, philanthropist and a social worker. The school is managed by the Sarvodaya Trust.

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Vision:

1. To impart quality education to our students by inculcating the human values of universal love, truthfulness and brotherhood in them.
2. To enable our students acquire the latest knowledge in all subjects through modern technologies that would make them fit for global competition.
3. To enable our students to learn the application of what they learned in the classroom in their real life.
4. To make our students fully developed human beings who will always uphold the human values and will strive for an atmosphere of peaceful co-existence.
5. To enable our students to co- exist in a world of meritocracy and not mediocrity.
6. To develop strong interpersonal skills and ability to communicate and influence others across different levels, functions and cultures in a responsible manner.

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Sports Activies

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ROLL OF HONOUR

 

SSC EXAMINATION (GUJARAT BOARD)
 
S.NO. SESSION NAME OF STUDENT HIGHEST MARKS PASS PERCENTAGE
1. 1990-00 Miss Supriya Rao 79.7% 100%
2. 2000-01 Miss ShashiPriya 82.1% 100%
3. 2001-02 Master Babloo Jha  81.0% 100%
4. 2002-03 Miss Krutika Faldu 87.9% 100%
5. 2003-04 Miss Kanika Gautam 84.4% 100%
6. 2004-05 Miss Urjita Vaghasia 86.1% 100% 
7. 2005-06 Master Harshjeet 84.0% 100% 
8. 2006-07 Master Nagraj V. 86.5% 100% 
 
 
Class X AISSE (CBSE)
 
S.NO. SESSION NAME OF STUDENT HIGHEST MARKS PASS PERCENTAGE
1. 2007-08 Jayant Singh 83.7% 100%
2. 2008-09 Seema Kushwaha 87.5% 100%
3. 2009-10 Deep Shah Rajneesh Kumar  A1(9.2) A1(9.2) 100%
4. 2010-11 Varsha Swami Lakshmi K. A1(10.0) A1(10.0) 100%
5. 2011-12 Siddharth Sinh Rana A1(10.0) 100%

Facilities

The school has many facilities and we provide a supportive and caring environment to our students to help them in their all round development.

Some of these facilities are:-

# A well equipped library having more than 10000 books and availability of more than 48 magazines & newspapers.

# Well stocked Physics, Chemistry, Biology & General Science Laboratories.

# Large number of teaching Aids, charts, models, play equipments, etc to make the teaching learning process effective and interesting.

# A Well equipped Art Education (Drawing) Room and provision for Indoor Games.

# A well equipped Computer Laboratory for imparting Computer Education.

# Maths, Social Science & Language laboratories, too, have been established.

# An Audio Visual hall with a large CTV, PA system & LCD projector is available.

# A high-tech Digital Class Room to provide interactive and interdisciplinary learning through multimedia based contents, testing methods, feed back system etc, is available so as to enhance students’ social and thinking skills along with thorough understanding of core curriculum concepts.

# Availability of Large Playgrounds in the school campus.

# Medicare facilities are available in close vicinity

I am also Ex Librarian of Sanghi School.

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Old Age Home – Bharuch :::: વડીલોનું ઘર – ભરૂચ :::::: वडीलो का घर – भरूच :::: वृध्धाश्रम – भरूच ::::: વૃદ્ધાશ્રમ – ભરૂચ

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Old Age Home – Bharuch :::: વડીલોનું ઘર – ભરૂચ :::::: वडीलो का घर – भरूच :::: वृध्धाश्रम – भरूच ::::: વૃદ્ધાશ્રમ – ભરૂચ

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Old Age Home – Bharuch :::: વડીલોનું ઘર – ભરૂચ :::::: वडीलो का घर – भरूच :::: वृध्धाश्रम – भरूच ::::: વૃદ્ધાશ્રમ – ભરૂચ

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Old Age Home – Bharuch :::: વડીલોનું ઘર – ભરૂચ :::::: वडीलो का घर – भरूच :::: वृध्धाश्रम – भरूच ::::: વૃદ્ધાશ્રમ – ભરૂચ

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Shree Amrita Academy – Ankleshwar :: Best School Near by Bharuch

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 10/05/2013

Shree Amrita Academy – Gadkhol – Ankleshwar

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Well furnished school building of Shree Amrita Academy at Gadkhol village near Ankleshawar – Bharuch on bank of river Narmada.  It is BEST SCHOOL around Bharuch district. School provide full facility to staff and students as well as organised various school activities during school hours and it is a part of CCE. School had great and helpful  innovative Principal Mr. Kamlesh Bhai G P Yadav. 

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Shree Amrita Academy got full financial support and eductional advise from Mr. K N Singh. He is a great businessmen in Ankleshwar – Bharuch

Address of School :

Shree Amrita Academy Hr Secondary School, Vill: Gadkhol, Taluka: Ankleshwar, Dist: Bharuch (Gujarat)

Principal : Mr. Kamlesh Bhai G P Yadav

Administrator : Mr Bhavesh Pratap Singh

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Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi opens RFID-based Central Library at New Secretariat, refurbished by State Information Department

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Best Science Teacher Award Winner Mr. B. B. Sahani Ex Teacher of K. R Sanghi Public School, Sanghipuram & Adani DAV Public School, Mundra

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Saraswatichandra Serial on Star Plus : Saraswatichandra book by Govardhanram Tripathi

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 11/02/2013

 

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Saraswatichandra is an upcoming on Star Plus channel from February 25, 2013. The story will be based on the famous Gujarati novel Saraswatichandra written by Govardhanram Tripathi.

The focus of the novel is on two Gujarati Brahmin families. The family of Lakshminandan is settled in Bombay, has a roaring business, and is very wealthy. Saraswatichandra, the brilliant scholar-to-be, is born to Lakshminandan and Chandralakshmi. He has a dazzling career to look forward to as he is steeped in Sanskrit and English classics, is a barrister by qualification and has tried his hand successfully at his father’s business. The other family is that of Vidyachatur, the highly knowledgeable prime minister of the court of King Maniraj of (the fictional) kingdom of Ratnanagari. To him and his wife, Gunasundari, the lady of tremendous qualities, are born two daughters, Kumudsundari (the elder) and Kusumsundari. Saraswatichandra’s mother dies, and Lakshminandan remarries. The step-mother, Guman, is a typical specimen, and treats her step-son with suspicion and dislike. Meanwhile, Saraswatichandra and Kumudsundari are engaged to be married, subsequent to which they exchange letters and fall in love without having seen each other; he, charmed with Kumud’s tenderness and similar likes and she, taken in by his vast knowledge and excellent qualities.

Things reach a head in Saraswatichandra’s home when he realizes that even his father suspects him of having an interest only in the family wealth and he decides to renounce his home. His best friend, Chandrakant, tries his best to use every argument he can think of to prevent his friend from carrying out this terrible vow. But Saraswatichandra is not amenable to argument, and he leaves, thus not only renouncing home and wealth, but also leaving young Kumud in the lurch. He proceeds by sea to (the fictional) Suvarnapur. By the time he reaches there, Kumud has already been married off to Pramad-dhan, the wayward son of Buddhidhan, the man who is slated to become prime minister of Suvarnapur.

And thus, we come to the third family. Buddhidhan is a Bania (vaaNiyaa) and has a sharp intelligence and political sense, by which he manages to overturn the reign of Suvarnapur’s ruler, Jadsinh, and his administrators, Dushtrai and Shathrai. His own Rajput friend, Bhoopsinh, becomes king and Buddhidhan, his prime minister. Saraswatichandra stays at Buddhidhan’s place calling himself Navinchandra, and watches all this political activity with interest. Inevitably, he comes into contact a few times with Kumud, the daughter-in-law of the house. Love for each other ignites again, and a lowly companion of the daughter of the house takes advantage of this and incites Pramad-dhan against his wife.

On the day Buddhidhan gets the prime minister’s post, Saraswatichandra leaves his house due to the tensions that contact with Kumud is causing them both and leaves without a destination in mind. He steps into a cart going towards Manoharpuri in Ratnanagari. Meanwhile, Kumud is also on her way in a palanquin and accompanied by guards, to see her mother in Manoharpuri. Saraswatichandra’s is attacked by bandits and they leave him injured in a forest. An attack on Kumud is also planned by the bandits, and knowing this, Kumud’s grandfather, Maanchatur, leads a team to counter the bandits. They manage to foil the bandits’ plans, capture their leader, but then, Kumud, fearing shame and infamy, tries to commit suicide by jumping into the Subhadra river. Despairing for her life, Maanchatur returns and everybody assumes her dead.

Saraswatichandra, meanwhile, is rescued by a group of ascetics and taken to their ashram on the nearby mountains of Sundargiri. Here, Saraswatichandra impresses the head monk, Vishnudas, by his breadth of knowledge and eventually makes him name him as his successor to the post of head monk. Kumud also survives and her unconscious body is caught by a lady ascetic, Chandraavali, and her companions. This group takes Kumud to Vishnudas’ ashram and both she and Saraswatichandra come to know of each other’s presence there.

The ashram ascetics realize the facts of the past life of these two, and try their best to reunite them. In this attempt, they take them both to an isolated cave on the peak of Chiranjeevshrung. Here, spending four days and nights together, they undergo a mystical experience which convinces them to reunite. The major impediment is how the society will view this reunion. This is a complex problem, and they think of three different alternatives.

All this time, Lakshminandan has almost lost his mind in his son’s absence, and Chandrakant vows to find his friend and is lodged at Vidyachatur’s place for a long time. Ratnanagari’s police and detectives find out where Saraswatichandra and Kumud are, and eventually, his entire family, as well as Lakshminandan and Guman, decide to visit Sundargiri, talk to Vishnudas about getting the two ‘back into the world’, and convince the two about the same. However, there is no consensus on the marriage of Kumud to Saraswatichandra. Ultimately, the only alternative possible without anyone getting outcast by society is this: Saraswatichandra must marry Kusum, Kumud’s younger sister, Kumud must live an ascetic life with Chandraavali, although while visiting her relatives often, and Saraswatichandra must return to Bombay and manage his family business again.

This is the plot of the novel described in the briefest possible manner, without conveying even an iota of the emotions, the tension, the idealism of some characters and the pragmatism of others, the sheer vicissitudes of life in these three families after Saraswatichandra renounced home

Govardhanram Tripathi

Govardhanram Tripathi was born in Nadiad, India on 20 October 1855 on the day of the Dasara festival.

In 1875, he completed his BA degree and decided to pursue an LLB as well, however, he vowed never to work under anyone else and started his own practice in Mumbai. In 1883, he completed his LLB and began working at his practice in 1884. At the age of 43, he retired early and settled in his hometown to contribute to the world of Gujarati literature and also to take part in selfless service, working and offering this work to God, in keeping with the traditions of many Indian religions.

Shri. Govardhanram Tripathi died in Mumbai on the evening of 4 January 1907.

Literary Work

Tripathi wrote the novel “Saraswatichandra (1-4)”, which is not only considered to be the best Gujarati novel, but is also seen as one of the best novels ever written. He was the first president of the “Gujarati Sahitya Parishad” in 1905.

During his lifetime, he wrote constantly, and soon became known as Gujarat’s most popular writer, thinker, poet and philosopher. He wrote in varied styles, but became one of the greatest Indian experts, and marked an important milestone in the history of Gujarati literature with his magnum opus, ‘Saraswatichandra’. He was also fluent in English, and wrote his very famous ‘Scrap Book’ in the language.

In 1887, “Saraswatichandra (1)” was published, and was followed by volumes 2, 3 and 4 in 1892, 1898, and 1901, respectively.

He also took an active role in the Indian congress during 1902; and in 1905, he was elected head of Gujarati Sahitya Parishad. He also wrote various articles and essays in the papers ‘Vasant’ and ‘Samalochak’, which were later published as books.

 Govardhanram Tripathi’s Works:

1) SnehMudra 2) Saraswatichandra: 1-2-3-4 3) Leelavati Jeevankala 4) Navalram Nu Kavi Jeevan 5) Dayaram No Akshardeh 6) Samalochak 7) Sadavastu Vichar 8) Classical Poets of Gujarat 9) Scrap Book

મહાનવલ ચારભાગમાં લખાયેલ છે. પહેલા ભાગમાં સરસ્વતીચંદ્ર નવલના મૂળનાયક અને કુમુદની રસિક પ્રેમકથા છે.સંસ્કૃતિકથા,દેશી રજવાડાના રાજકીય કાવાદાવ વગેરે સાથે અનેક કથાઓની ગુંથણી કરી છે.બીજા ભાગમાં ત્યાગમૂર્તિ આદર્શગૃહિણી ગુણસુંદરીના ઘર સંસારે હિંદુ અવિભક્ત કુટુંબનું વસ્તવિક ચિત્ર દર્શાવી રોગના ઉપચાર બતાવ્યા છે.ત્રીજા વિભાગમાં રાજકારણના પ્રવાહો છે. પા ત્ય અને પોર્વત્ય સંસ્કૃતિના સમન્વયની સમાલોચના છે. ચોથોભાગ નવકથાની પુર્ણારૂતિરૂપે સુંદરગીરીના સાધુલોકની કથા દ્વારા જીંદગીના અઢાર વર્ષ પ્રવૃતિમય સંન્યાસની પોતાનીભાવના છતી કરી કલ્યાણમય ગ્રામયોજના શરૂ કરી છે.પાત્રાંકનમાં અનેક થરમાં ૧૫૦ જેટલા પાત્રોમાં રાજાઓ,પ્રધાનો,ગોરા સાહેબો,મધ્યમ અને નીચલા સ્તરનાં મનુષ્યો છે. પાત્રોના ચિત્રણમાં તેમનુ અનુભવ જગતને ખપમાં લીધુ છે.પાત્રોનો જીવન સંઘર્ષ બે રીતે રજૂ થાય છે. ()આંતરિક અને ()બાહ્યવૃતિઓ. બંનેને ધાર બનાવવા ત્રીજો સંઘર્ષ તત્કાલિન હિંદુ સમાજ અને સંસ્કૃતિનો સંઘર્ષ છે.શ્રીગોવર્ધનરામની ઉજ્જવળ કિર્તી તો ધ્વજની માફક ફરક્યા કરશે. તેમના સ્ત્રીપાત્રો તો શેક્શપિયર અને દેન્ટીના ઉત્તમ સ્ત્રીપાત્રોની કલાએ મૂકી શકાય. નવલકથાના પાત્રોમાં ભવ્યો જ્જલ દેહમાં ભારતની નાડીનો ધબકાર છે.એમાંપાત્રો,શૈલી,ચિંતન,ભાવનાનો પ્રભાવ અનેક અનુગામી લેખકોએ ઝીલ્યો છે. ગુજરાતી સાહિત્ય અને સમાજ ઉપર સરસ્વતિચંદ્રની ઉંડી અને ચિરસ્થાયી અસર પડેલી છે

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News about Kutch University Library, Bhuj

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 05/02/2013

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Great job done by the Kutchmitra Newspaper for Librarians

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 02/02/2013

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Year 2013 — Celebration — International Year of Water Cooperation

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 26/01/2013

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Year 2013

International Year of Water Cooperation

Why we celebrate Year 2013 as International Year of Water Cooperation

In December 2010, the United Nations General Assembly declared 2013 as the United Nations International Year of Water Cooperation . In reflection of this declaration, the 2013 World Water Day, which will take place on 22 March 2013, also will be dedicated to water cooperation. Therefore, UN-Water has called upon UNESCO to lead the 2013 United Nations International Year on Water Cooperation, in particular because of the Organization’s unique multidisciplinary approach which blends the natural and social sciences, education, culture and communication. Given the intrinsic nature of water as a transversal and universal element, the United Nations International Year on Water Cooperation naturally would embrace and touch upon all these aspects.

The objective of this International Year is to raise awareness, both on the potential for increased cooperation, and on the challenges facing water management in light of the increase in demand for water access, allocation and services. The Year will highlight the history of successful water cooperation initiatives, as well as identify burning issues on water education, water diplomacy, transboundary water management, financing cooperation, national/international legal frameworks, and the linkages with the Millennium Development Goals. It also will provide an opportunity to capitalize on the momentum created at the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development and to support the formulation of new objectives that will contribute towards developing water resources that are truly sustainable.

Did you know?

  • At the international level water appears to provide reasons for transboundary cooperation rather than war. Looking back over the past 50 years, there have been some 37 cases of reported violence between states over water—and most of the episodes have involved only minor skirmishes. Meanwhile, more than 200 water treaties have been negotiated. Some of these treaties—such as the Indus Basin Treaty between India and Pakistan—have remained in operation even during armed conflict.
  • One clear message from the record is that even the most hostile enemies have a capacity for cooperation on water. Most governments recognize that violence over water is seldom a strategically workable or economically viable option. The institutions that they create to avert conflict have shown extraordinary resilience. The considerable time taken to negotiate the establishment of these institutions—10 years for the Indus Treaty, 20 years for the Nile Basin Initiative, 40 years for the Jordan agreement—bears testimony to the sensitivity of the issues.
  • Disaster can be a catalyst for cooperation. It was not until the Chernobyl disaster, which led to radioactive caesium deposits in reservoirs and increased risk of exposure to radioactivity all the way down to the Black Sea, that governments responded to the challenge of improving river quality.
  • Where cooperation fails to develop or breaks down, all countries stand to lose—and the poor stand to lose the most. Failures in cooperation can cause social and ecological disasters, as in Lake Chad and the Aral Sea. They also expose smaller, vulnerable countries to the threat of unilateral actions by larger, more powerful neighbours.

The benefits of cooperation

  • Gains from cooperation can include the costs averted by reducing tensions and disputes between neighbours. Strained interstate relations linked to water management can inhibit regional cooperation across a broad front, including trade, transport, telecommunications and labour markets. Obvious examples include the Euphrates, Indus and Jordan Basins.
  • Cooperative approaches to river systems can also generate less tangible political benefits. The Nile Basin Initiative links Egypt politically and economically to poor countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. These links have the potential to create spillover benefits. For example, the political standing that Egypt has acquired through the Nile Basin Initiative could reinforce its emergence as a partner and champion of African interests at the World Trade Organization.
  • Cooperation at the basin level can promote efficient techniques for water storage and distribution, expanding irrigation acreage. The Indus Waters Treaty of 1960 was the precursor to the massive expansion of irrigation works in India, which in turn played an important role in the green revolution.
  • Cooperation between municipalities and private providers can stimulate resource mobilization. The Tamil Nadu Urban Development Fund, established by state authorities in 1996, developed the Water and Sanitation Pooled Fund—a 300 million rupee facility generated through bond markets for 14 small municipalities—with a partial credit guarantee from the US Agency for International Development.

Cooperation provides a foundation for change

  • Decentralized cooperation. The decentralized international financing approach developed in France is an example. New legislation in 2005—the Oudin Santini law— established a framework for decentralized cooperation in water and sanitation covering six French basin agencies. Local authorities can now dedicate up to 1% of their water and sanitation budgets to international development programmes. In 2005 around $37 million was committed. If other high income countries were to adopt this type of scheme, it could generate about $3 billion a year by one estimate, an important new flow of financing for water and sanitation.
  • In urban slums with large and highly concentrated populations, the success of any community initiative depends on individual participation, especially for improved sanitation. Orangi is a large, low-income informal settlement in Karachi, Pakistan. Home to more than a million people, it is a success story of the power of communities to expand access to sanitation. The Orangi Pilot Project, which began as a small community-led initiative, scaled up through cooperation with local governments. Scaling up matters because small isolated projects cannot spark or sustain national progress. At the same time, the energy and innovation of community actions can strengthen government capacity to deliver change.

UN initiatives that are helping to raise the issue…

  • 22 March 2013: World Water Day 2013 on Water Cooperation. On 22 March 2013 World Water Day will be celebrated under the theme “Water Cooperation”. The Day is organized as part of the International Year of Water Cooperation. The aim of the celebrations is to raise awareness on the importance of freshwater and advocating for the sustainable management of freshwater resources with a special focus on water cooperation, its challenges and benefits.

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We are again in the Times of India (Saurashtra Kutch Plus edition) on 19-1-2013

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 19/01/2013

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Students of K R Sanghi Public School, Sanghipuram at Adani School Mundra for Inter School Quiz Competition 8-12-2012

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 12/12/2012

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Students of K R Sanghi Public School, Sanghipuram at Adani School Mundra for Inter School Quiz Competition 8-12-2012

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Students of K R Sanghi Public School, Sanghipuram at Adani School Mundra for Inter School Quiz Competition 8-12-2012

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 12/12/2012

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Students of K R Sanghi Public School, Sanghipuram at Adani School Mundra for Inter School Quiz Competition 8-12-2012

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 12/12/2012

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K R Sanghi Public School Student for Inter School Quiz Competition held on 8-12-2012 at Adani DAV Public School, Mundra

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 11/12/2012

Inter School Quiz Competiton held at Adani School Mundra on 8-12-2012 sponcerd by Axis Bank , Mundra. There are 6 schools teams from kutch district with Adani DAV Public School. My previous school studnets of K R Sanghi Public School, Sanghipuram also participant. The end of the result, KRSPS is Runner up Team declared with major point.The KRSPS team escorted by Ms. Purohit, Teacher of Sanghi School.

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Thank You from My Student Shraddha Mehta : She got 93.6 % in class 12th CBSE examination 2012

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 13/06/2012

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હિર લિમ્બાચીયા (Heer Limbachiya – Palanpur)

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 18/05/2012

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” मेरा जीवन ही मेरा सन्देश है “

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 08/02/2012

” मेरा जीवन ही मेरा सन्देश है “

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2011 in review : Best Blog of Suresh Limbachiya

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 02/01/2012

 

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 31,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 11 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

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Shobha Somnath ki Serial based on book of Acharya Chatursen’s Somnath Mahalaya

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 12/12/2011

Reopening a remarkable chapter lost in the by-lanes of Bharuch and passed on as a legend by mothers to their daughters in Gujarat,  ‘Shobha Somnath  Ki’, a historical drama that narrates the awe-inspiring story of India’s unsung girl Shobha who stood tall and strong in the face of a fiery invasion by Mughal emperor Mahmud of Ghazni. No! She didn’t wield the sword, she wasn’t exactly the master of guerrilla warfare …

Born to a mother who succumbs to the pain of delivering her, Shobha is bereft of parental love all through her childhood, particularly from a bitter father who holds her solely responsible for her mother’s death. But the eternally hopeful and bright-eyed Shobha isn’t one to give up easily. The story follows her journey as she learns all about love, life, valour and sacrifice from her closest relatives, the noble King Daddachalukya and his beautiful wife Maharani Gayatri Devi of Bharuch. The beauty of her bond with cousin Chaula as the two girls blossom into strikingly attractive women and the twists and turns of fate that drive Shobha to emerge as a torch-bearing heroine of her time form the crux of this tale. Her shrewd game-plan for saving her beloved homeland from the clutches of Mahmud Ghaznavi will be remembered by generations in the land of the Narmada.

Acharya Chatursen is a celebrated author in Hindi literature. Somnath Mahapaya novel is based on the historical events leading to the destruction of Somnath temple by invading armies. It is a comprehensive and dispassionate record with an interesting narrative. Acharya Chatursen Shastri was born in a small village Chandokh in the Bulandsaher (UP) state on the 26th August, 1891. His father was Punditt Kewal Ram Thakur and mother was Nanhee Devi. His birth name was Chaturbhuj. Chaturbhuj finished his primary education in a school in Sikandarabad. Then he got admitted to Sanskrit College, Jaipur. From here he received the degrees of Ayurvedacharya in Ayurveda and Shastri in Sanskrit in the year 1915. He also received the degree of Ayurvedacharya from Ayurveda Vidyapeetha.

 

After finishing his education he came to Delhi to start his practice as an ayurvedic physician. He opened his own ayurvedic dispensary in Delhi but it did not run well and he had to close it down. He joined a rich man’s charitable dispensary at the salary of Rupees 25 per month. Later in 1917, he joined DAV college, Lahore (now in Pakistan) as senior professor of Ayurveda. The management at the DAV college, Lahore was insulting to him, therefore, he resigned and went to Ajmer to help his father-in-law in his dispensary. Working at this dispensary, he started to write and soon became famous as a story writer and novelist. His first novel Hridaya-Ki-Parakh  was published in 1918. It did not bring him any recognition. His second book, SAtyagraha Aur Asahyoga was published in 1921. Contrary to the title, this book collided with the ideas of Gandhi who was a prominent political figure in India in those days. This brought immense attention to Acharya Chatursen Shastri. These were followed by many historical novels, stories and ayurvedic books.

 

Acharya Chatursen Shastri took his last breath on the 2nd February, 1960.

 

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Science & Maths Fair @ Adani DAV Public School, Mundra on 4-12-2011

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 09/12/2011

Adani DAV Public School, Mundra – Kutch
Science & Maths Fair
4-12-2011

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Pre Plan of Science & Maths Fair @ Adani DAV Public School, Mundra on 4-12-2011

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 05/12/2011

Pre Plan of Science & Maths Fair on 4-12-2011 at Adani DAV Public School, Mundra.

Pre Plan for Science & Maths Fair

 

 

 

 

Event Manager

Mr. Mukti Naath Singh

Science & Maths Teacher

Adani DAV Public School, Mundra – Kutch

 

Posted By : Suresh Limbachiya, Librarian, Adani DAV Public School 4-12-2011

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You are cordially invited to Science & Mathematics Fair @ Adani DAV Public School, Mundra on 4-12-2012

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 02/12/2011

Mr. Mukti Nath Singh

(Maths & Science Teacher)

Organiser of  Science & Mathematics Fair 2011

Adani DAV Public School, Mundra – Kutch

 

 

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Suresh Limbachiya

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 23/11/2011

Suresh Limbachiya
Librarian

Adani DAV Public School, Mundra – Kutch (Gujarat)

srlimbachiya@gmail.com

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Revolution 2020 Love, Corruption, Ambition By Chetan Bhagat : Book Review : Adani DAV Public School, Mundra

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 19/10/2011

Revolution 2020 Love, Corruption, Ambition

By 

Chetan Bhagat

 With a tagline that reads – Love. Corruption. Ambition, you would assume that Chetan Bhagat  was swayed by the current revolution that has gripped the country. But author of 2 States and Five Point Someone clarifies that his new book, Revolution 2020, is “foremost a love story, in fact a love triangle, as both Gopal and Raghav love the same girl (Aarti). Corruption, particularly in the education sector, is the backdrop of the story.”

Bhagat’s stint as a motivational speaker, which really came about by accident, took him on travels across the country. His interactions with young people from over 50 cities that he visited inspired him to work on a story about them. Thus came about a story about three young people from Varanasi.  Bhagat explores their aspirations and ambitions and how far they’re willing to go to get what they want. But Bhagat promises that, in keeping with his style, the story will appeal to most anyone.

The Much expected CB’s Fifth Novel is out and I put my hands on the Book on 10th Oct 2011.Revolution 2020-Love, Corruption, Ambition. The title is effective and the cover is also well designed. I was Quite Excited and opened the Book and in the end I am not disappointed. As the Book cover tells, this is a triangular love story in the backdrop of corruption. The Whole story is happening in Varanasi.

Gopal, Arti and Raghav, the three were best friends since School days. Arti a Beautiful girl wanted to become airhostess, Raghav wanted to get into IIT and also wanted to make changes in the society, Gopal has no choice because his father is a farmer and he wanted him to do Engineering to solve all his money problems. So both prepared and written the IIE Entrance exam. When the results were out Raghav cracked the exam and entered IIT.Gopal’s Rank didn’t help him to get into IIT and his father wanted him to try again. Meanwhile Gopal loved Arti.Gopal went to Kota for IIT Preparation. The Latter happenings with a little twist will make u Engaging.So what is Revolution 2020? What Gopal has done after his Failure? Whose Girl is Arti? I don’t want reveal such things, better buy a copy and read.

“I think by now my readers know that no matter how serious the issue is, I make my stories light and entertaining. The issues with the education system and the levels of corruption in the country are obviously grave concerns, but as a storyteller I have to balance it with the need to make a gripping, entertaining story,” he says on his website. Readers who’ve been following the author know that he’s not one to preach. “I want the reader to get them upon reading the book, rather than me spelling it out. However, I want to emphasize that when even the education system becomes corrupt, it can have far reaching negative consequences on society. I hope Revolution 2020 provokes some thought in that direction.”

Chetan Chooses Varanasi for this story plot which I quite liked it. Chetan chooses the boat for Gopal- Arti love location which you can see it in the cover.” Kota” the place which I am not known before came to know only form this book. At some times Arti Character is quite confusing, couldn’t able to judge. I liked the first part, Varanasi, Kota, that college happenings etc. There is not much Revolution here, Raghav part is less compare to Gopal. The first 200 pages are quite good and I liked, that doesn’t mean the latter pages are bad. The first 200 -250 are good and the rest are not bad.

After the success of 2 States, two of his books having been made into films and his columns becoming very viral, expectations from Bhagat are climbing upwards every day. But he’s used to it and his test readers of Revolution 2020 have given him encouraging feedback. Next, the author is looking to take a break, “consolidate all the various activities I do, and cut out some stuff as I need more spare time in my life to think.”

Some of my favourite Lines :-

“When people achieve something, they become self-obsessed.”
“Telling your parents you’ve failed at something is harder than the actual failure”
“Easy to advice when you are the topper”
“Engineering is not Everything”

Suresh Limbachiya, Librarian, Adani DAV Public School, Mundra – Kutch    19-10-2011

 

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Celebration of International year of forest 2011at Adani DAV Public School

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 18/08/2011

Of all the legacies we can leave behind, a rich surroundings is the most important one. The first step towards ensuring this would be to conserve and protect the forests Indian as well as world over.  This is a move that will not only contribute to sustainable growth but also fight global worming while providing a nurturing habitat for wildlife. To encourage global action towards this end, the United Nations Organization has declared the year 2011 as the year of forests. We at Adani DAV Public school are committed to this cause as we believe that every person that follows deserves to live in a world they can love. 

Suresh Limbachiya, Librarian

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Mukti Bandhan by Harkishan Mehta : ebook free download

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 10/08/2011

Mukti Bandhan by Harkishan Mehta  

Click on : –

https://sureshlibrarian.wordpress.com/mukti-bandhan

 

 

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Srushti Limbachiya : Adani DAV Public School, Mundra

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 30/07/2011

Srushti Limbachiya, Class : VII (Periwinkles)

Adani DAV Public School, Mundra – Kutch

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International Year of Forests 2011 : Celebration in India

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 21/04/2011

The United Nations General Assembly designated 2011 the International Year of Forests to raise understanding on sustainable management, saving and sustainable growth of all types of forests.

Forests for People” is the main theme of the Year, highlighting the full of life association between forests and the people who depend on them.

Forests 2011 provides an extraordinary opportunity to bring concentration to the interconnectivity between people and forests.  National, regional and local organizations around the world are encouraged to plan Forests 2011 events in line with their own interests and, in particular, to reach out to those in fields not traditionally considered directly related to forests. In fact, forests are important to nearly all kinds of human activity: providing shelter to people and locale to biodiversity; as a source of food, medicine and clean water; and play a vital role in maintaining a stable global environment and atmosphere.

The map below shows indicative location of the forests in India

Everything Green, Trees and what goes on under the trees, Understanding the Northern Ontario forest, Observations of the Natural Environment, Learning and teaching, Listening talking and listening again, Growing strong straight and healthy, Taking care of the saplings.

The basic objectives of the National Forest Policy, 1988 are  (1) maintenance of environmental stability  (2) preservation of the remaining natural forests; (3) checking soil erosion and in catchment areas to mitigate floods and droughts   (4) a substantial increase in forest cover through forestation and social forestry programmes  (5) meeting the fuel wood, fodder, NWFP and small timber needs of the rural population  (6) increasing the productivity of forests to meet essential national needs  (7) encouraging efficient utilization of forest products and maximizing substitution of wood  (8) Creation of a people’s movement, involving women, for achieving these objectives.

The campaign’s theme seeks to connect the concept of trees and forests to health in the everyday lives of Indian citizens. Trees impact our health in several areas. The campaign’s focus is on the role trees and forests play in: (1) Clean Air and Water (2) Ecosystem Health (3) Economic Health (4) Community/Personal Health.

Challenges to the Forestry Sector in India:

 With 17% of world’s population, and 18% livestock population over 2.4% of world’s total geographical area, India’s forests are facing severe biotic pressures as nearly 40% of domestic fuel wood needs of the people and 30% of fodder needs of the cattle population in the country are met from forests. The demand and the supply gap of timber, fuel wood and fodder is widening. Shifting cultivation (slash & burn cultivation) practiced over about 1.2 m ha., though associated with socio-cultural, legal and bio-physical characteristics, is also cause of degradation of forests predominately in eastern & north- eastern India. To deal with the stupendous task to overcome the problems forests are facing, National Forest Commission has recommended allocation of minimum 2.5% of national budget to the forestry sector.

Suresh Limbachiya, Librarian

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Anna Hazare with Swami Vivekananda’s Book ; “Call to the Youth For Nation Building”

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 08/04/2011

 

The dream of India as a strong nation will not be realized without self-reliant, self-sufficient villages, this can be achieved only though social commitment and involvement of the common man.”

                                                                        Anna Hazare

Anna Hazare ( Kisan Baburao Hazare) as we all know is a community protester who has dedicated his life to the cause of domestic health of the nation. His fight is not only classified to defending the environment but extends to confronting the corruption, casteism, communalism, criminalization and illiteracy.

Born into a humble family on June 15, 1938 in Ahmadnagar district (in Maharashtra), circumstances forced him to take up a petty job, while still in the seventh grade. He then set up his own florists shop and later in April 1960 he appeared in the Army recruitment interviews and was selected. A turning point in his life was the narrow escape in a Pakistani air strike wherein all his colleagues died. Perhaps, this was indication from God of the great things he was yet to achieve.

He was deeply influenced by the ideology of Swami Vivekananda, whose book; “Call to the Youth For Nation Building” initiated him to social service. This desire to live beyond his narrow self interest later drove him to seek voluntary retirement from the Army in 1975 and come back to serve his own village.

Anna says, “You cannot expect a hungry man to live by principles“.

Anna rightly thought that Development is marred by corruption and started a new venture in 1991 called Bhrashtachar Virodhi Jan Aandolan (BVJA) or public movement against corruption.In 2011, Anna Hazare led a movement for passing a stronger anti-corruption Lokpal bill in the Indian Parliament. As a part of this movement.

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Hindi web site: Hindi ki Bindi

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 10/12/2010

Dear Friends

Please visit at   www.infinity-ventures.com/hindi and find lot of hindi literature .

It is very useful website for school students. If you are interested for same, please click above mentioned link or find through google search enginee.

Suresh Limbachiya, Librarian

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Foreign Magazine & Journal

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 07/12/2010

  • The Economist (Weekly
  • Business Week (Global ) Weekly
  • Time ( Weekly)
  • U.S. Today (260 issue)
  • Far Eastern Economic Review (Monthly)
  • National Geographic (Monthly)
  • Computer Graphic World (Monthly)
  • Computer Graphic World (Monthly)
  • PC World (Monthly)
  • Network Magazine (Monthly)
  • Popular Science (Monthly)
  • Popular mechanics (Monthly)
  • Fortune (Int.) (Fortnight)
  • Harward Business Review (Monthly)
  • MIT Sloan Management Review (Quarterly)
  • Computer Graphics World (Monthly)
  • Wireless Business & Technology (Monthly)
  • Pen Computing (Bi Monthly)
  • Forbes- Global (26 Issue per year)
  • Mobile Business (Bi-Monthly)
  • Smart Money (Monthly)
  • Euromoney (Monthly)
  • Asiamoney (10 issue per year)
  • Journal of Marketing Research (Quarterly)
  • Journal of Marketing (Quarterly) 
  • Journal of Public Policy & Market (Half year)
  • Journal of International market (Quarterly)
  • Marketing News (20 Issue per Year)
  • Marking Management (Bi-Monthly)
  • Marketing Research (Quarterly)
  • Marketing Health Services  (Quarterly)
  • Desk Top Engineering (Monthly)
  • Sales & Marketing Management (Monthly)
  • Oil & Gas Journal (Weekly)
  • Institutional Investor 
  • Corporate Finance
  • Project Finance (10 issue per year)
  • Journal of Portfolio Management (Quarterly)
  • Journal of Fixed Income (Quarterly)
  • Journal of Investing (Quarterly)
  • Journal of Finance (Bi-monthly) 
  • Real Estate Finance (Quarterly)
  • Commercial Lending Review
  • Quality Progress (Monthly)
  • Journal of Quality Technology (Quarterly)
  • Quality Management Journal (Quarterly)
  • Software Quality Professional (Quarterly)
  • Information Week ( Weekly)
  • Folio (17 issue)
  • News Week ( Weekly)
  • H.R. Focus (Monthly)
  • Organizational Dynamics (Quarterly)
  • Fortune-US Edition (26 issue)

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What is eBook ?

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 06/12/2010

An eBook is an ELECTRONIC version of a usual publish book that can be read by using a individual computer or by using an eBook reader

Users can purchase an eBook on disk or CD, but the most popular method of in receipt of an eBook is to purchase a downloadable file of the eBook from a web site to be read from the user’s computer or reading device.

Even if it is not required to use a reader application or device in order to read an eBook, they are popular because they enable options similar to those of a paper book – readers can bookmark pages, make notes, highlight passages, and save selected text. In addition to these familiar possibilities, eBook readers also include built-in dictionaries, and alterable font sizes and styles. Normally, an eBook  reader hand-held device weighs from about twenty-two ounces to three or four pounds and can store from four thousand to over half a million pages of text and graphics.

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Certificate from KDAV School Jamnagar

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 22/10/2010

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Report of the workshop on “From Isolation to Collaboration: Libraries and Librarians in the changed perspective” at KDAV, Jamnagar

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 21/08/2010

 

 Venue: KDAV, Jamnagar                                                              Date: 7-8-2010 

Report of the workshop on  

“From Isolation to Collaboration: Libraries and Librarians in the changed perspective” 

KDAV, Jamnagar, organized a workshop for school librarian on 7th August on the topic “From Isolation to Collaboration: Libraries and Librarians in the changed perspective” I got a chance for participation in the workshop. There was not any resource person for the workshop, but for the participants. The main objective of the workshop was to derive at new strategies to improve the efficiencies of the functioning of school librarians

The first session started on 8.30 a.m. with breakfast and tea in KDAV School library. After that we shifted to the main conference room. First session was inaugurations by KDAV Principal Mr. S. Sundaram. He spoke in his inaugural speech that a librarian of today needs to be a master of all subjects even should be adept at the latest information technology. The information on the internet may not be authentic information but the information in the library is a refined and authentic one. 

After the principal speech the participants introduced themselves to each other. Later, Mr Mohanty, the librarian of KDAV distributed articles to the participants. They were on “From Isolation to Collaboration”, “Libraries and Librarians in the Changed Perspective”. After that he differentiated the difference between need of traditional librarian and need of today librarian. Today our role is very challenging. The contributions that the librarians do to the growth of the institutes might not be visible, but we need to step out in the development of school curriculum, implement better ways to familiarize with the curriculum link with the subjects to ensure active and judicious uses of resources.  

Mr.Kaushik Purohit, the manager of Reliance Learning Centre, Presented a paper on ‘School Librarian Making a Difference’ He viewed on his paper about the new scenario where a librarian is working today. Librarian is the heart of the school. He emphasized that according to the needs of the time librarians should change their roles. 

Mr Purohit asked the participants about their work in their school. The participants responded to this query. Mr. Suresh Limbachiya articulated his functioning in the school like collection of information and retrieval of the same and developing the reading habits among students, staffs and parents. He also told about the conducting of Pyjama story Time, Reading out to PET, Book Club, Book Fair, Book Reading Club, Book Review, DEAR Time etc.  I had not prepared for the presentation but demonstrate then on my blog www.sureshlibrarian.wordpress.com  And I showed all of our activities through LCD projector and guided them to make a blog of their own. 

Mr. Dibakar Mohanty, Spoke about the role of Librarians in the Changed Outlook. 

Mr. Vinod Harimkari told that the basic essence of a librarian is to keeping updating themelves. 

Mrs. Rita Subramaniam explained about how they conducted classroom library. 

Mr. Bhushan Kumar Tyagi told about how to engage the students in the  library.    

Ms. Jayashree Limbaciya asked a very interesting question how many of us enjoyed this profession and at the end of the day how many of us felt satisfied about our job. 

Mr Purohit guided us how to make virtual library only for school premises. According to her the role of a librarian 

I think our role as librarian is to discriminate use of information and use ethical use of storage materials retrieved. She also added that collaboration of electronic materials and hard copy is must for refined information. 

Mr S. Sundaram sent us a latest article “Dawn of the New Literacy by Rick Allen”  

At the end of the session we visited the KDAV School. 

The workshop made me resolve to introduce the following programme in our school library. 

(1)        Resources management through Virtual library in school net working. 

(2)        Audio Visual Resources Management and Resource Feedback. 

(3)        Display of New Arrival. 

(4)        Separate reading section for Pre primary classes 

The meeting concluded with the promise of contacting each other    through the net and sharing any new information with regard to the working of the library with each other. 

I wish to express my gratitude to the management for allowing me to enrich myself by attending this workshop for school librarians. 

Mr. S. Sundaram, Principal, & Librarians 

   

Posted By : Suresh Limbachiya, Librarian,  Mundra (Kutch)

 

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Participants of Librarians workshop at KDAV Jamnagar

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 15/08/2010

One day workshop for librarians of Saurashtra -Kutch region  CBSE schools, a first of its kind for librarians, was organized at     K.D. Ambani Vidyamandir, Reliance at Jamnagar on 7-8-2010 , Saturday, on subject “From Isolation to Collaboration: Libraries and Librarians in the changed perspective”

 

Mr. Dibakar Mohanty, Librarian,  K D Ambani Vidya Mandir, Reliance Greens
 
 
 
 

 Mr. Bhushan Kumar Tyagi, Librarian, Ambuja Vidya Niketan, Ambuja Nagar

 Ms. Jayshree Limbaciya, Librarian, Delhi Public School, Rajkot

 Mr. Vinod Harimkar, Librarian, Sainik School, Balachadi

Mrs. Rita Subramaniam, Librarian, Nand Vidya Niketan (ESSAR School), Jamnagar

 

Suresh Limbachiya,  Librarian,  Mundra-Kutch

 

Mr. Kaushik Purohit, Technical Librarian, Reliance Industries, Jamnagar

Mrs. Sushmita Mitra Co-Ordinator,  Nand Vidya Niketan (ESSAR School, Jamnagar)

Mr. Rajendra Singh Malwal, English Teacher, Aditya Birla Public School, Veraval

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Reading is best habit for all

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 05/03/2010

                    Reading is one of the best hobbies a person can have. But it’s saddening to know that majority of us aren’t introduce to the marvelous world of books. If you are one of the non-book readers who feels you “don’t need no stinking books”, here are some reason to start the habit…before you are left at the back!

  • Reading is an active mental practice
  • Reading improves your lexicon
  • Gives you a glance into other culture and seats of the world
  • Improves awareness and meeting point
  • Builds confidence
  • Improves remembrance
  • Improves your power
  • Improves mind’s eye
  • Reduces world-weariness

Reading is one of the best ways to entertain your self besides the TV and internet. It’s been one of my past regrets to not read a book. Now, I felt that reading books helps you in many ways of life. If I were to read books for fun, I would have been a little smarter.

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Importance of Reading the Newspaper

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 04/03/2010

                    Newspapers inform readers on current events. People who read the newspaper are well aware of global and local issues. Newspapers are also important when deciding who to vote for.

                   As a source of news, the newspaper is almost necessary to those whose thirst for information is greedy. They contain news on events in distant corners of the earth.

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Good News for Sanskrit Loving People

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 15/02/2010

Recently Dr. Ramesh Pokhariyal, Chief Minister of Uttarakhand state, start Sanskrit as Second Official Language, It is good effort by Uttarakhand  state. For the first time in the world on the historic occasion of the Sanskrit been given the status of Second Official Language. Really we congratulate to Dr Ramesh Pokhariyal, the people of Uttarakhand and the Sanskrit loving people allover the country and abroad.

Dr. Ramesh Pokhariyal is also chair person of Uttarakhand Sanskrit academy. And him best effort for Sanskrit language.

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Badminton Tournament

Posted by Suresh Limbachiya on 08/02/2010

Above news published by “Kutchmitra” news paper (Kutch edition on 8-2-2010)

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