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Higher Secondary School Ebenezer started functioning in 1964,with 96 students of classes from 5th standard .In 1966 Ebenezer School started functioning as Upper primary School and in 1976 was upgraded and the first batch of students appeared for SSLC exam in March 1979.Read More...

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The challenge of creating a positive atmosphere transcends the debate of whether our schools need to become more goals oriented, and more accountable for their results. It is about making school a place where children feel challenged but competent, where they work hard but enjoy it, where achievement is the product but not the sole objective.
Looking at the list of various types of activities, the question will arise in your mind is how do these activities help us in achieving the objectives of education. Also what is the need and importance of these activities? Let us first discuss the advantages. Curricular activities have a number of values like; 1. Educational value, 2. Psychological Values, 3. Development of Social Values, 4. Development of Civic Values, 5. Physical Development Values, 6. Recreational Values, 7. Cultural Values,
You want to look for a preschool teacher who is very engaged, Tyre said. Have a conversation with a prospective teacher about their current classroom. They should be able to speak about individual students' strengths and weaknesses and be well informed of their background, interests, emotional and academic achievements. You want a teacher who takes great pride in his or her students' progress and is consistently open to their improvement. "When I meet great teachers, they are those for whom every day is a new day," Tyre told TIME. "They are constantly ready for their kids to step up and learn more." Above all, Tyre said, avoid crabby preschool teachers and those who are too authoritarian.

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Mahatma Gandhi

“Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.”

Abraham Lincoln

"You can't build character & courage by taking away man's initiative and independence."

Nelsol Mandela

"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."

George Washington

"Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom."