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Co-Curricular

CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES


One Girls’ NCC Wing and one Boys’ NCC Division are functioning for

the students of Std VIII and IX.


CLUBS


The School has a number of clubs, each initiated to fulfill numerous secondary objectives, but with a common primary objective which is to bring education closer to life and enable students to learn by doing. It encourages students to participate in various programmes and activities and widen their horizon and experience. The following clubs will be in full swing from July 2016.


1 Social Service 5 Eco Club

2 Health and Wellness 6 Language Club

3 Heritage Club 7 Sports Club

4 Fine Arts Club 8 Science Club


L.D.A ACTIVITIES

Apart from curriculum, various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are conducted at various times to instil in pupils the act of self discipline, self-governance and team spirit. It promotes a healthy and competitive spirit among children. Some of the L.D.A (Literary and Debating Association) activities are :


1. English Elocution 7 Mime

2. Language Elocution 8 Pencil sketch

3. Just a Minute (J.A.M) 9 Collage Making

4. Creative Writing 10 Vegetable carving

5. English Recitation 11 Wealth out of waste

6. Calligraphy 12 Thumb Printing

Imagination is more important than knowledge


Imagination is the ability to form a mental image of something that is not perceived through the senses. It's the ability of the mind to build mental scenes, things or events that do not exist, are not there or have ever happened in the past. Knowledge on the other hand is familiarity, awareness, or understanding gained through experience or study.


Imagination is within us, and on the other hand knowledge is learnt through schooling and experience. Imagination motivates or rather leads us to acquire much more knowledge and to use it in creative ways and it's because of this that we turned a rock into a spear, a spear into a bow and a bow into a gun, the square wheel into a circle, in other words we wouldn't have evolved into the race we are today. Robert Adler wished not having to get up from his seat to change the television channel and invented the television remote control.


Henry Miller 1891-1980 alleged that imagination was a critical characteristic of God, for he wrote, "Imagination is the voice of daring. If there is anything holy about God, it is that, He ventured to visualize everything." The man who hovered like a butterfly and tingled like a bee, Muhammad Ali, commended the value of imagination when he said, "The man who has no imagination has no wings."


Our imagination allows us to escalate above all limits. Numerous things all come up due to imagination. Perfect examples of such things are art, music etc. Neither art nor music requires any knowledge. What you have to do is involve your mind in deep imagination and you will come up with something brilliant. Was it not for imagination then we would not gain knowledge because we would not be able to think.


Imagination is also seen in science for example: The Wright Brothers who built the first aircraft imagined voyage before they knew it was achievable. When device after device failed to see them travelling through the clouds, the two brothers predicted how they could better their airplane until one day they established the world's first continued voyage.


On the July 20th 1969 the world watched a hypothetical fact became the best part in space flight and aeronautics. It was on this day that Neil Armstrong became the first human to walk on the moon and the imagined visualization of lunar walking became a part of human knowledge.


In the field of invention imagination is often a condition of knowledge. Imagination stirs the wish to spawn new knowledge to make an idea a certainty. For example, the microwave was invented after investigator Percy Spencer passed a radar tube and a chocolate bar melted in his pocket. It was Spencer's formulation of new thoughts that led to the unadventurous oven cooker we use each and every single day.


Television was invented by John Baird in 1925 and was at first made from a lantern inside a biscuit container with lenses, timber and cord. The first television broadcast aired in 1930, even though it did not generate colored images until 1958 in the USA. Models kept on to be upgraded and bit by bit advanced quality picture and audio were available because flaws could be determined as imagination developed.


Johann Gutenberg also imagined the innovatory printing press after observing an easy olive press. He invented this point and labor saving device for printing same text on several pieces of paper in about 1443. Though all of these inventions used already acquired knowledge, they took what was identified as a quantum step ahead. This required good imagination. Advancements in technology rely on the growth of new concepts to solve problems which are born by imagination.


We use imagination to come up with brilliant and interesting stories.. It's through imagination that we escape the world of reality for a second.. Imagination makes it possible to experience a whole world inside the mind .


The creative power of imagination has an important role in the achievement of success in any field. What we imagine with faith and feelings comes into being. It is the important ingredient of creative visualization, positive thinking and affirmations.


Understanding, how to use your imagination correctly,

and putting this knowledge into practice,

will put you on the golden path to success, satisfaction and happiness.

Knowledge wins the world but Imagination rules the world.


Logic can take you from A To Z but imagination can take you beyond that .

Imagination is the only intelligence having fun. I conclude by saying,

“ Imagination is more important than knowledge.”

                                           Thank you.

Created by,

Hari Sudhan T.,10 C

Article

FIELD TRIP TO EVEREST SPINNING MILL


“The Dept. Of Commerce Has The Power To Rule The Future……!!!

It Is The Unavoidable Truth……!”

Mr. MANIARUSU.M.D

Everest Spinning Mills


Introduction:

Yes of course. It’s absolutely true…. As part of our curriculum, we the 55 students of the Commerce Dept, along with 4 Teachers Mrs. R.Baby Uma, Mrs. Nirmala T. Raj, Mr. S.Kumerasan and Mr. P. Kumaravelu, of our school, were on an industrial visit to Everest Spinning Mill, Karur on 09/09/2016 (Friday). It was an informative and an educative visit.  With the blessings of the Principal we left the school premises around 7:30 a.m.  It was a 4 hr.  long journey to Karur. Time passed away so quickly as we filled the way through with laughter and games.  We reached Karur by around 10:15 a.m. We had our breakfast in a hotel and proceeded towards the factory.  The factory was situated in an interior part of a remote village.  We were given a warm welcome by the staff there…..!!!


In The Factory:

 As we reached the factory we were separated into batches of 10 each. Our batch was guided by Mr K . Vijayavel (HR manager).  He first showed us the 2 types raw materials used in the mill. They were polyester and cotton.  The two types  were first manually mixed and then were put through the following process:


Blow Room:  It was a type of machine which blended the 2 types of cotton and made it into one whole material, it was further transferred to the cowding room through a suction pump which ran across the room.

Cowding:  In this process the mixed cotton was made into huge lumps of refined and soft  polyester cotton.

Drawing:  In this process the refined polyester cotton was put through high pressure and was converted into normal sized threads.

Simplex: The normal sized thread was further made thinner by exerting high pressure on them, and was then taken to the spinning room.

Spinning:  This room was filled with huge fast spinning machines which spun this on small cylindrical shaped forms.

Winding: This was the final stage of the factory where the export quality polyester cotton was spun onto huge cylindrical structures and was sent to different other factories for further processing.

We had such an informative visit to the factory and the proprietor gave us some information about the factory’s output, cost of production, expenditure….etc!!

capital: 2 cores (in 2005)

output: 18 thousand tonnes/ month

expenditure : 9 lakh /month

profit : varying

over head expenses : regards to output


We also thank the factory management for their hospitality…….!!!!


Journey Back:

After an informative visit to the factory we bid adieu to them and started our journey back. On the way we also visited the Mayanur New Katalai High Level Dam, and spend some quality time in the park nearby. After some much needed rest we continued our journey back to our school. We reached the school by around 6:00 in the evening.


Conclusion:

While the reminiscence of our journey often flickers in our minds, we say a short prayer thanking our Principal and all the escort teachers who made the day all the more special for us…..!!!!

Thank you.

         

Adrian Anto lsaac, XII-B, Dept. of Commerce

WE ARE JUST ON A SELF MOTIVATED FIELD TRIP

Fulfilling Moments at Everest Spinning Mill, Karur.