Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar organized a workshop for class 10 students with Dr. Kamlakar Deoghare; a well-known psychiatrist working with teenagers and helping them overcome stress. He explained how stress can affect a body on both fronts; internal and external. Stress is an integral part of life, so it should be taken in a positive way then it can help a person perform better. It helps enhance concentration, attention span, memory and overall general performance. Stress should never turn into distress.
He underlined the importance of time management and the importance of having short-term and long-term goals. He emphasized on good nutrition and exercise to help the body recover from any mental or psychological stress.
Pursuing perfection can cause hypertension which in turn can cause multiple organ failure. Dr. Deoghare’s session was very interactive. He gave the students multiple kinds of examples and asked them to elaborate on how they would
think and act during such situations. He told them that pursuing perfection should not be the end game of their life, they should rather look for long-term happiness instead.
Performance is more important than being a perfectionist. In the end, he advised everyone to take out more time for themselves and learn how to meditate at least for 10 minutes every day. A healthy mind equals a healthy body were his parting words.
MATHEMATICAL GENIUSES IN CPS WN
Raman Science Centre celebrated National Mathematics Day on 21 st December 2021 and in its honour they organized an Interschool Maths Quiz. Around 30 schools participated in this event and the first round was an elimination round. Amongst these 30 schools, 4 of them got selected for the final round. The schools selected were: Centre Point School, Amravati Bypass, Modern School, Koradi Road, Narayana Vidyalaya and Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar.
Jai Gupta and Ved Shende of Class 10 from Centre Point School, Wardhaman Nagar proved to be a winning combination for this prestigious event as they won by a huge margin in the final round. They secured 1 st position with 115 points. Their mentors in this quiz were their Maths teachers, Mrs Bhavna Samant and Mrs.
Aparna Dharmale. The principal of the school, Mrs. Kanchan Ukey heartily congratulated the winners for this wonderful feat.
CPS WN EXCELS AT INTACH QUIZ
The Indian National Trust For Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) quiz was organized at a regional level on 5th October 2021. The students of Class 9, namely Adya Girhe and Janhavi Nikhade had won that round and had qualified for the Zonal level which was held on 18th December. They were competing against 5 other teams from all over the country and they qualified for the National Semifinals round.
They competed against schools like St. Anthony School, Udaipur, Shree Sathya Sai Vidhyalaya, Jamnagar, Cambridge Court High School, Jaipur, DPS, Jodhpur, GIIS Ahmedabad. They received certificates and books as prizes as well. The students have been mentored by their teachers, Mrs Nisreen Sabir and Mr. Sameer Sonekar.
The Principal Mrs. Kanchan Ukey congratulated the entire team for this amazing feat and wished them all the luck for the next round.