Monthly Archives - August 2017

Precautions for children in winter

Remember H1N1, the “swine” flu strain that commanded so much attention and concern last fall?  While it doesn’t seem to be on tour this year, seasonal colds, flu and other respiratory illnesses are unwelcome interruptions to school life. Followings are some advice to students to protect their good health. Avoid close contact with those who are sick. Don’t share food and drinks with others; don’t use personal items of others who are sick.  Cover coughs and sneezes.  Help keep germs from [...]

Anyone can be a mathematician

The most fascinating of all knowledge and the most phobia generating subject in the school curriculum is Mathematics. Though the basics of mathematics start from school but its usage continues till we become adults and thus it can be said that math has become an integral part. We use mathematics every day even without knowing it. From dialing numbers on phone to giving money for making the payments, our world is surrounded by mathematics. No matter to which field or [...]