GIIS http://giiscdaily.com Just another WordPress site Mon, 24 Jul 2017 09:23:33 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 Best Principal Award from SOF http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/24/best-principal-award-sof/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/24/best-principal-award-sof/#respond Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:41:12 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10821 Recognitions always serve as reassurances that we are on the right path of achieving excellence and ensuring that the students are on a worthwhile journey of seeking knowledge. Adding another achievement to its already impressive dossier of accolades, the school has recently been bestowed upon with yet another award. The Science Olympiad Foundation has honored our Director Principal with the Best Principal Award (Zonal- Maharashtra and Goa) for outstanding achievements of its students in the 2016-17 Olympiads.

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Best Principal Award from SOF

Recognitions always serve as reassurances that we are on the right path of achieving excellence and ensuring that the students are on a worthwhile journey of seeking knowledge. Adding another achievement to its already impressive dossier of accolades, the school has recently been bestowed upon with yet another award. The Science Olympiad Foundation has honored our Director Principal with the Best Principal Award (Zonal- Maharashtra and Goa) for outstanding achievements of its students in the 2016-17 Olympiads.

In the last academic year almost 1700 students took part in the Olympiads both nationally and internationally. Science, English, Math and Cyber Olympiads saw participation from students and the results have been outstanding. Out of 1700, 30 students have secured single digit international ranks and a medal of excellence. Students have received cash prizes and certificates to applaud them for their achievements.

Dr Vohra, Director Principal says, “Olympiads provide the “extended” in extended learning allowing students to look beyond their curriculum books and practice questions that focus on skills of logical reasoning, analytical ability and critical thinking.”

 

 

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National Integration http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/24/national-integration/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/24/national-integration/#respond Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:36:30 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10814 Being Loyal to your nation is a virtue

India is a land of various castes, cultures and dialects spread across a geographical outline bonding the 1.3 billion people calling this land- home. Amongst 1000 of languages, seven major religions, round the year festivals, and innumerable cuisines it is very important to have mutual harmony and love within the people to help peace prevail.

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Being Loyal to your nation is a virtue

India is a land of various castes, cultures and dialects spread across a geographical outline bonding the 1.3 billion people calling this land- home. Amongst 1000 of languages, seven major religions, round the year festivals, and innumerable cuisines it is very important to have mutual harmony and love within the people to help peace prevail.

Global Indian International School held an assembly on the importance of ‘National Integration’ where students were sensitized towards having a feeling of equality and tolerance irrespective of caste, creed, language, color etc.

Students exhibited their unity through a skit performance and showed varied religions, traditions, caste within our nation. The message given made it clear that there is more power in unity than division. The intention of observing National Integration assembly was to make students live in unity, peace, and spreading of love and brotherhood among the fellow students.

 

 

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GIIS Model United Nations 2017 http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/24/giis-model-united-nations-2017/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/24/giis-model-united-nations-2017/#respond Mon, 24 Jul 2017 07:23:28 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10795 Second edition of GIISMUN proves to be a platform of idealism

The 2nd edition of the Global Indian International School Model United Nations Conference was declared open on July 21 2017 at the GIIS Chinchwad. The two day conference with the theme of “We are the WORLD”- proved to be a platform of prolific debate and discussions on issues of international concern for which intervention of the future leaders is of paramount importance. GIIS Chinchwad MUN is a pioneering step taken by GIIS Chinchwad towards adding a new dimension to the holistic development of children.

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Second edition of GIISMUN proves to be a platform of idealism

The 2nd edition of the Global Indian International School Model United Nations Conference was declared open on July 21 2017 at the GIIS Chinchwad. The two day conference with the theme of “We are the WORLD”- proved to be a platform of prolific debate and discussions on issues of international concern for which intervention of the future leaders is of paramount importance. GIIS Chinchwad MUN is a pioneering step taken by GIIS Chinchwad towards adding a new dimension to the holistic development of children.

With over 200 participating delegates in ten committees which are The United Nations Historic Security Council (UNSC), African Union, The Conference of Parties 22, World Health Organization, ASEAN Regional Forum, Conference of Empowerment of women, SPECPOL, ECOFIN, SOCHUM and United Nations Development Programme, this conference proved to be an extremely enriching experience.  Schools from across the city participated which includes Victorious Kids Educares, Indira National School, SES Gurukul, Akshara International School and The Lexicon International School. Ardee School from Gurgaon and GIIS Campuses from Indore, Noida, Ahmedabad, Surat and Bangalore also added the national flavor to this conference.

The inaugural ceremony simulating the General Assembly of the UN was an overwhelming beginning to the MUN conference. As the School Choir lent melody to the theme through the famous inspiring song “Let there be love amongst us”, it stirred the souls of all delegates to extend a promise for a peaceful world. The Chief Guest for the inaugural session was Mr. Ajay Das Gupta, master storyteller, facilitator and social entrepreneur.

The Secretary General, Sidharth Anandkumar, in his introductory address, urged the youth to gain moral and economic empowerment in order to pave way for a bright illuminated future without divisions. He stated that at GIISMUN, students will sharpen their knowledge by participating in high level debates, doing intensive research, learning to work as a team to draft resolutions besides gaining knowledge on conflict resolutions, negotiations and consensus building. He also introduced the Executive Board of all five councils and declared the conference open with his inspiring words, “Discuss/ Deliberate/ Decide”

Principal, Dr Amrita Vohra said, “We are unfortunately in a time and era where shadows of intolerance and disparity are looming at the world at large an therefore to bring in resolutions that will help in establishing peace and order it is imperative to sensitize the youth towards international relations. MUN is a great platform for this and it helps students to understand global politics through their research and deliberations.”

The conference concluded with the Valedictory Ceremony where felicitations were done for Best Delegate, Special Mention and High Commendation awards for each committee. The Chief Guest on Day 2 was Mr. G.K. Pillai CEO and Managing Director of Walchandnagar Industries Ltd. who inspired the students with his talk.

 

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Yashaswi…We Lead! http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/11/yashaswi-we-lead/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/11/yashaswi-we-lead/#respond Tue, 11 Jul 2017 09:56:23 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10682 GIIS celebrates the “Yashaswi” students
Yashaswi is the essence of victory; the amalgamation of virtue, hardwork, dedication and perseverance that cumulatively leads to well defined success. The highfliers of GIIS Chinchwad were applauded in a befitting ceremony on July 8, 2017 in a gathering that paves way for cherished moments.

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Yashaswi is the essence of victory; the amalgamation of virtue, hardwork, dedication and perseverance that cumulatively leads to well defined success. The highfliers of GIIS Chinchwad were applauded in a befitting ceremony on July 8, 2017 in a gathering that paves way for cherished moments. “Yashaswi” is the annual felicitation event of Global Indian International School, Chinchwad that honors the meritorious student achievers who have set academic benchmarks of excellence in the Class XII & X CBSE Board Examinations 2017. Laced beautifully with music and dance the event was witnessed by students, parents, teachers and staff of the school.

The Chief Guest for the day was Mr Gaurav Natekar, a seven-time Indian National Tennis Champion. He was awarded the Arjuna Award in 1996 for Tennis and has represented the country in Davis Cup. Currently he is the CEO of Mahesh Bhupati Tennis Academy. The Guest of Honor was Mrs Geetha Mohan, a trainer and consultant with a rich experience of interacting with students and motivating them.

Singing the virtues of “Yashaswi”, the choir presented a melodious harmony of lyrics and music. Setting the tone for this grand event, the school choir was followed by the “Dance of victory”, where the well choreographed movements celebrated the spirit of success and victory.

The year 2017 has been an important chapter in the school’s history owing to the first class XII batch that achieved an outstanding result. The school toppers along with the subject toppers were honored for their remarkable achievements. The perfect CGPA 10 achievers of Grade X were also applauded and encouraged for a fantastic class XII result. The student achievers shared their experiences and thanked their alma mater for the support.

Chief Guest on the occasion shared with the students the mantra of “Take up one sport as it teaches you a lot of skills and adds the much needed traits of hardwork, perseverance,  teamwork and dedication.” He also urged the parents to encourage their children for sports along with focusing on good grades.

Dr Amrita Vohra in her address reflected back on the fond memories of the journey with the students at GIIS. She further shared a statistical display of the results and urged the students to continue with the responsibility of seeking education that will help them to lead a purposeful life

 

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To the children who are the future of this Nation… http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/05/children-future-nation/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/05/children-future-nation/#respond Wed, 05 Jul 2017 05:28:58 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10660 When we say “Children are our future”, we imply that we are completely responsible for their wellbeing and promise to give them a life that they attribute to their and the country’s success collectively. However, social barriers often hamper the well being and growth of the most important asset of this nation-its children. Child labour is one such stigma of our society that deprives our children of basic necessities and privileges of life and more importantly their innocence and childhood.

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To the children who are the future of this Nation…

When we say “Children are our future”, we imply that we are completely responsible for their wellbeing and promise to give them a life that they attribute to their and the country’s success collectively. However, social barriers often hamper the well being and growth of the most important asset of this nation-its children. Child labour is one such stigma of our society that deprives our children of basic necessities and privileges of life and more importantly their innocence and childhood.

Global Indian International School, Chinchwad held a special assembly to observe the World Day against Child Labour in an effort to sensitize the audience on the saddest concern of the world which is child labour. Students spoke about the harmful effects which this has on the innocent children on their physical and mental development. A ‘nukkad natak’ was performed that focused on how the children who are put into earning their daily living fail to get necessary education and are being enslaved, separated from their families, exposed to serious hazards and illnesses and/or left to themselves on the streets of large cities.

Facts were shared on the statistics of Child Labour across the world which showed that industries like Firework manufacturers, mining industries, carpet industry, diamond industry etc. engage children in Child labour.

On this occasion Principal Dr. Amrita Vohra said, “Children desire to be wanted, shown affection and appreciated. Quality education is a right of our children. It is unfortunate that many have still not seen the radiating light of education and there are hundreds who are devoid of the playful years of innocence because of a few elements that snatch them off their rights and bond them with labour”

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Student Led conferences: Research- Learn- Present http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/05/student-led-conferences-research-learn-present/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/05/student-led-conferences-research-learn-present/#respond Wed, 05 Jul 2017 05:25:53 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10646 Research- Learn- Present
Global Indian International School takes immense pride in one of the most important initiatives which is an integral part of its ethos, the Student Led Conferences for Integrated Projects. These are the conferences that are focused on the amalgamation of concepts learnt, facts researched and ideas presented. In a time where education is much beyond the rote learning through the sterile pages of a textbook giving data, the integrated projects at GIIS Chinchwad stand out for the cohesive manner in which subject are integrated to enhance the learning and make the entire process more purposeful and joyous.

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Student Led conferences

Research- Learn- Present

Global Indian International School takes immense pride in one of the most important initiatives which is an integral part of its ethos, the Student Led Conferences for Integrated Projects. These are the conferences that are focused on the amalgamation of concepts learnt, facts researched and ideas presented. In a time where education is much beyond the rote learning through the sterile pages of a textbook giving data, the integrated projects at GIIS Chinchwad stand out for the cohesive manner in which subject are integrated to enhance the learning and make the entire process more purposeful and joyous.

The self designed module of Integrated Projects of GIIS Chinchwad  where each subject is seamlessly stitched together in a project that offers scope for in depth research to every student allows them to research, inquire, know, learn and present.

Students across grades III to X were given various topics like Forest Conservation, Landforms, Tourism, Sports, Digitalization, Climate Change and Evolution of money. Here they were required to research about the given topic in subjects like Hindi, English, Science, Math, SST and IT and eventually present their piece of work in front of their parents.  The groundwork for this begins during their summer break where they with the help of their parents learn more about the given topic. The projects created and presented by the students showcased their inherent talent and hard work towards the project topics.

The student’s impressed all with the confidence which they presented. Parents were also very happy to hear some facts which were indeed very intriguing and interesting. Conversation, quiz, questions and discussions added to the engagement of the audiences making the conference extremely successful.

Dr Amrita Vohra says, “the primary objective of Integrated Projects is to chisel the researching skill of our students, urge them to self learn by experiment, spend time with their parents that help in bonding and hone their presentation skills. It was heartening to see, students creating working models on topics given to them showing their outstanding talents.

 

 

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LEADing the Way http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/01/leading-the-way/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/01/leading-the-way/#respond Sat, 01 Jul 2017 10:49:07 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10633 With a belief that education is more than the rote learning in the confinements of a classroom and analyzing the sterile strips of data reflected through test scores, Global Indian International School, Chinchwad strives to bring in more to the overall learning experience of children. To harness skills that will be put in use more often in their life, the school holds programs that will give a holistic grooming to children.

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LEADing the Way

With a belief that education is more than the rote learning in the confinements of a classroom and analyzing the sterile strips of data reflected through test scores, Global Indian International School, Chinchwad strives to bring in more to the overall learning experience of children. To harness skills that will be put in use more often in their life, the school holds programs that will give a holistic grooming to children.

Along with SkillSphere Education, GIIS introduced the LEAD programme for the students of Grade III-V. Three trainers along with Mr. Muneeb Riaz were at the helm of these training sessions which were thoroughly enjoyed by the students. The program involved various activities for the students that encouraged and pushed them to think, inquire and present. Mind maps, Sales pitch; Open thinking were some of the key verticals covered in the three day workshop. Skills like problem solving, decision making that enhance the leadership of individuals were beautifully touched upon through small, relatable activities. The three days were also used to discuss current affairs and issues to get children to become more aware about their local, national and international world. Deliberation and debate helped them to develop diplomatic Skills such as Lobbying, Argumentation and Collaboration.

Dr Amrita Vohra says, “The thought behind getting this programme for the students of grade 3 to 5 was to hone their key 21st century skill sets which have now become imperative towards ensuring a successful life at a later stage.”

LEAD (an acronym for Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Awareness and Diplomacy) is SkillSphere Education’s systematically structured programme, which ensures that young students get exposed to, and develop the aforementioned skills at an early stage itself.

 

 

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Eid Mubarak http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/01/eid-mubarak/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/07/01/eid-mubarak/#respond Sat, 01 Jul 2017 10:40:27 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10624 The crescent shaped moon that glitters in the night sky bringing in the pious festival of Eid is a blessing from the almighty that is cherished and celebrated for the prosperity and goodness it brings. After a month of fasting and observing prayers celebrating the month of Ramzan, the day of eid brings happiness and joy to each ones lives.

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Eid Mubarak

The crescent shaped moon that glitters in the night sky bringing in the pious festival of Eid is a blessing from the almighty that is cherished and celebrated for the prosperity and goodness it brings. After a month of fasting and observing prayers celebrating the month of Ramzan, the day of eid brings happiness and joy to each ones lives.

Global Indian International School celebrated this festival where the tiny tots came dressed in their festive fineries. A special assembly was held to observe this festival where the little ones understood the meaning of this festival. As the children hugged each other greeting “Eid Mubarak” in their sweet voices, the atmosphere was resonating with love and good wishes for each one. Students performed a skit and a dance that was enjoyed by all of them.

It is important to sensitize children towards our country’s culture and festivals and hence the school ensures that all festivals are celebrated in the school.

 

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Safety and Good Citizenship week http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/23/safety-good-citizenship-week/ Fri, 23 Jun 2017 09:52:46 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10615 A large part of the learning experience in kindergarten and early school years is socialization. Children are learning to cooperate and share with peers, to take part in group activities and talks, and to take responsibility for their own actions and for their own learning. All in all they are preparing themselves to be responsible citizens of a society that thrives on mutual tolerance and love.

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To be good citizens…

A large part of the learning experience in kindergarten and early school years is socialization. Children are learning to cooperate and share with peers, to take part in group activities and talks, and to take responsibility for their own actions and for their own learning. All in all they are preparing themselves to be responsible citizens of a society that thrives on mutual tolerance and love. Global Indian International School observed the Safety and good citizenship week for its pre primary students sensitizing them towards safe and responsible living.

Honesty, compassion for others, respect, responsibility and courage are some of the primary ingredients to live a safe and responsible life and our tiny ones were oriented towards all of these. Teachers had conversations with their students on safety precautions to be taken while playing outdoors, with toys, near hot objects/fire, near water/pool, electric points, medicines kept in house and how to behave with strangers. They were shown videos on safety measures to be followed for road safety and water safety.

Students also indulged in activities like collage making where they stuck pictures of do’s and dont’s to ensure safety. Each class was to make one collage regarding fire safety, electric safety, water safety, hot/sharp objects in the kitchen). A puppet show was held for the students to learn “How to behave with strangers” through the story of Red Riding Hood.

 

 

 

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Are You Monsoon-ready? http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/22/are-you-monsoon-ready/ Thu, 22 Jun 2017 05:25:01 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10613 The post Are You Monsoon-ready? appeared first on GIIS.

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Are You Monsoon-ready?

Dear parents, monsoons are a lot of fun for your kids and they bring out the kid in you too. The thought of drenching in the showers, jumping into puddles, splashing water is exciting. Monsoons set the mood for all sorts of holiday fun and sizzling street food right from a cup of garam chai to a steaming plate of pakodas.

While the rain is a great respite from the scorching summers, it also brings with it flus and infections. Fluctuating temperatures and increasing humidity allow infectious bacteria and viruses to thrive in food and water. High humidity also causes the body’s digestive capacity to go down. Children mostly suffer from common cold, viral fever, indigestion or food poisoning, diarrhoea, etc.

With summer vacations at its tail end, this is the time for kids to gear up to resume school with enthusiasm and good immunity.As parents, do you struggle to pack a healthy breakfast or lunch for your tiny tot? Are you armed enough against the odds of this lovely weather?

A little care and rule setting this season can minimise your troubles greatly. Here are some basic precautions and diet modifications to keep you healthy.

What to avoid:

  1. Roadside food:Chaat, fried food, fruit salads and juices from roadside vendors are left exposed to the air for long. Bacteria and viruses tend to adhere to these items the fastest. The water used is not necessarily safe for consumption. Avoid them as much as possible.
  2. Pre-cut fruits: Avoid fruits that are cut and left to be served (especially in lunchboxes) because most nutrients are lost. Fruit pieces get oxidised due to prolonged exposure to air.
  3. Non-seasonal fruits: Fruits such as muskmelons, watermelons and mangoes (summer fruits) should be avoided in the rains as they are common causes of cold and loose motions. Mangoes sold in rains are from old stocks and often infested with worms which are not easily noticeable.
  4. Seafood:Vendors mostly sell old stocks as monsoon is the breeding season for fish and seafood. So it is best avoided. Stick to eggs, chicken and other meat which is cooked well and can be eaten immediately.
  5. Dairy & Bakery products:Milk tends to cause nausea as it spoils quickly due to humidity. Milk can be consumed at home immediately after boiling. Avoid cold milk especially milkshakes. Dairy products also must not be opted for, as the rate at which they expire is higher in this season.
  6. Leafy vegetables: It may sound counter-intuitive as everyone has stressed on their intake enough! But the dampness and grime on them are a happy home to bacteria. Say no to spinach, cabbage & cauliflower.
  7. Getting wet: Rain water is not necessarily safe due to the high amount of pollutants that retain in the atmosphere. Cold, cough, fevers are common.

While there is a long list to dampen your spirits, there are a host of things you CAN DO to avoid the monsoon demons!

Tips to stay healthy:

Catch the cold before it catches you: Build your child’s immunity with fruits like litchees, jamuns, cherries, peaches, plums which are rich in Vitamin C, potassium and fibre. They not only improve immunity to fight viruses but also aid in digestion.

Healthy snack:Pack a tiffin full of litchees, jamuns, cherries or plums which can be washed and eaten. Litchees can be peeled at school as opposed to eating pre-cut fruits. You could also pack a small tiffin of dry fruits to keep the energy levels high in this gloomy weather.

Washing: All fruits and vegetables should be washed thoroughly. Raw vegetables can be steamed and consumed instead of making salads.

Warm beverages: Hot milk with a pinch of turmeric is highly recommended to keep the flu away. Soups with a dash of pepper, herbs (basil), coriander leaves, ginger and garlicincrease resistance to cold and help digestion too.

Water consumption: Drink boiled or filtered water only. Your child must consume at least 8 to 10 glasses of water a day to avoid dehydration.

Set the room temperature: Keep the house dry and the doors and windows closed by evenings and nights to stay warm in this breezy weather. Avoid air-conditioning to keep running noses and sneezing at bay.

Mommy is the best cook: Although you have to rush to work every morning, eating and packing freshly cooked food for you and your child is of paramount importance.

Extra Clothing, Extra Care: Keep a handkerchief, sweater or scarf in your child’s bag. Protecting ears, nose, neck & chest can save you a lot of trouble.

Rain gear: Don’t judge the day by taking a peak outside every morning. You and your child should have a raincoat or umbrella at ALL times.

Hands: Teach your children to use a sanitizer and also how they must wash their hands and dry them well before opening their tiffins.

‘Shoe’ the infections away: While we do our best to protect our body from the rains, our feet can never be protected enough! Maximum skin infections and odours stem from wearing socks and shoes that have moisture from the previous day. Change your child’s socks every day and buy another pair of school shoes as back up. Wet socks should be washed the same day because the longer they are left unattended, the faster they breed bacteria.

Meals: Eating gourds and adding methi seeds and turmeric to your veg preparations can prevent infections. Have fresh radish juice/ radish soup with rock salt to reduce mucous formation in the chest and sinuses.

Hot showers: Drying off after getting wet is important. However a hot bath after few minutes not only kills germs but also regulates body temperature.

Bacteria-proofing: Mopping the floors with disinfectants and cleaning the shoe rack and shoeswill keep the thriving bacteria away. Using neem leaves in your bath water avoids skin infections. Keep twigs of neem leaves at the windows to repel mosquitos. Using mosquito nets is a good idea too.

Personal hygiene: Washing your hands and feet with soap after entering the house is a good habit. Avoid touching your eyes with bare hands as eye infections are common during rains. Use a handkerchief or splash water.

 

Parenting is stressful. It takes patience and time to understand what is best for you and your child given the unpredictable weather. Hence, training yourself and your kids with these basic precautions can save you a lot of trouble and actually help you to enjoy the beautiful weather even better. Remember, prevention is better than cure. Here’s wishing you a happy monsoon!

~ Ophelia Lobo

Behavioural Counsellor, GIIS, Chinchwad

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