विश्व पुस्तक दिवस/WORLD BOOK DAY 2017

विश्व पुस्तक दिवस के अवसर पर कानपुर के प्रसिद्ध समीक्षाकार डा. राकेश शुक्ल ने विद्यार्थिओं को अच्छी समीक्षा कैसे लिखें इसके बारे में बताया। इस अवसर पर पुस्तकालय के ई-न्यूजलेटर प्रयास का भी विमोचन किया गया। 




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Swacchta Abhiyaan


डा. अनिल कुमार शर्मा उप प्रचार्य कानपुर के.वि. कैंट. (द्वितीय पाली) स्वच्छता रैली को रवाना करते

Alert:Oath Ceremony of 2 shift

Oath ceremony of different houses of 2nd shift will be celebrated on 21st Aug 2015 at School.

SANSKRIT WEEK IS CELEBRATED BY KV KANPUR CANTT. FROM  (07To 13-08-15)  Principal Shri Sudip Bajpai and DR. ANIL SHARMA , Vice Principal  (IInd Shift) addressed the students and tell them importance of Sanskrit Bhasha and the values of it in our society.

Congratulation ! Master ARUN PODDAR

Congratulation !  

Master  ARUN PODDAR of 2nd  Shift  for securing 100 marks in ECONOMICS  in  XII com. (AISSE) 2014  and our thanks to Mr. D. CHANDRA (PGT-ECONOMICS) for his sincere efforts.


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Glasgow Games 2014 WINNERS

Glasgow Games 2014

President Pranab Mukherjee has congratulated the Indian athletes for winning medals at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in their respective fields. In separate letters, the President said, “Your achievement is an example of what can be accomplished through hard work and dedication.  You have made all Indians proud and proved that hard work always bring laurels.”The Delhi Games in 2010 was India’s most successful Commonwealth Games to date with Indian athletes winning 38 gold, 27 silver and 36 bronze medals.Glasgow Games this year, India has won 15 gold, 30 silver and 19 bronze medals so far.Here’s a look at Indian athletes who won gold for the country:

1. Yogeshwar Dutt: Men’s wrestling, 65 kg freestyle

Yogeshwar Dutt celebrates winning against Jevon Balfour of Canada in the Men’s Freestyle 65kg Freestyle Wrestling Gold medal match at the SECC, 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. In the wrestling arena, Olympic bronze medallist Dutt beat Jevon Balfour of Canada in the men’s freestyle 65 kg category final. The Indian was declared the winner on grounds of technical superiority after he took a 10-0 lead within 1.53 minutes of the first period.

2. Babita Kumari: Women’s wrestling, 55 kg freestyle

Gold medalist Babita Kumari poses with her medal after the Women’s Freestyle 55kg Freestyle Wrestling Gold medal match at the SECC, 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland.Kumari won gold by putting a stunning show to prevail over Canada’s Brittanee Laverdure in the women’s 55 kg freestyle category summit clash at the SECC Hall. Twenty four-year-old Kumari, who had bagged the silver in the 2010 Games, won 9-2 against the 32-year-old Laverdure, who ended up injuring her finger during the bout. She dominated in most of the proceedings and it was only in the last 15 seconds that Laverdure managed to open her account but by then it was all over.

3. Vikas Gowda: Men’s discus throw

Vikas Shive Gowda celebrates after winning the men’s discus final at Hampden Park Stadium during the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland. Gowda won the country’s first medal from track and field at Glasgow. Gowda, 31, upgraded the silver he had won four years ago in New Delhi with a best throw of 63.64 metres. Gowda’s best throw came during his third attempt, as he bettered his throw each time from 60.63m to 62.09 to 63.64. His fourth and sixth attempts were disqualified with the fifth reading at 62.17m.

4. Sushil Kumar: Men’s wrestling, 75kg

Sushil Kumar celebrates winning the men’s 74kg freestyle Wrestling gold medal match at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Kumar just took 107 minutes to clinch the gold medal in the category by beating Pakistan’s Qamar Abbas in a one-sided affair. It was his first major international medal after his pet 66kg category was removed and he had to add nine kilograms to adjust in the new weight bracket. Kumar had won both his Olympic medals – bronze in Beijing and silver in London, 2010 World Championship gold, 2010 Asian Games gold and the 2010 Commonwealth Games gold in the 66 kg category.

5. Amit Kumar: Men’s wrestling, 57kg

Amit Kumar (L) lifts South Africa’s Bokang Masunyane during the Men’s 57 kg Freestyle Wrestling quarter-finals at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. Amit won the gold medal in the men’s freestyle 57kg category beating Nigerian Ebikweminomo Welson. He won the bout 3-1 on classification points. Amit won six points in the two periods while Welson got two. He booked his place in the final with an exciting 4-0 win over Pakistan’s Azhar Hussain in the semi-finals.


6. Vinesh Phogat: Women’s wrestling, 48kg


Vinesh Phogat (right) kisses her medal after winning gold against Yana Rattigan of England in the FS 48kg gold medal wrestling match at the Scottish Exhibition Conference Centre during the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow. Indian teenager Phogat registered a thrilling 11-8 win over England’s Yana Rattigan to clinch the gold medal in the women’s freestyle 48 kg wrestling competition. Phogat, 19, is the cousin of Geeta Phogat, who had won the first gold medal for India in women’s wrestling in the 2010 Delhi Games. She had beaten Canadian Jasmine Mian in the semi-finals and Nigerian Rosemary Nweke in the quarter-finals.

7. Jitu Rai: Men’s shooting, 50 m Pistol

Jitu Rai celebrates after winning gold medal in the 50m Pistol event during the Commonwealth Games at Barry Buddon Shooting Centre in Glasgow, Scotland. ‘Pistol King’ Jitu Rai kept his reputation intact by clinching the gold medal before Gagan Narang and Gurpal Singh claimed a silver each to continue the shooters’ heroics at Glasgow. Twenty six-year-old Rai, world number 4 in the event, gave ample display of his class by taking the honour in the men’s 50 m pistol event as the Indian shooters continued to dominate the ranges.

8. Satish Sivalingam: Men’s weightlifting, 77 kg

India’s Gold medalist Sathish Kumar Sivalingam celebrates during the men’s weightlifting 77kg class at the SECC Precinct during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. A dominant Sivalingam, 22, rewrote the Games Snatch record enroute his gold medal winning performance at Glasgow. Sivalingam, the 2013 Commonwealth Championships gold medallist, lifted a total of 328 kg (149+179) to pip 2010 CWG gold medallist Ravi, who had to be content with a silver medal following an effort of 317 kg (142+175).

9. Apurvi Chandela: Women’s shooting, 10 m Air Rifle

Gold medalist Apurvi Chandela poses for pictures with her medal following the Women’s 10m Air Rifle at the Barry Buddon Shooting Centre in Carnoustie, Scotland during the 2014 Commonwealth Games.It was an interesting battle in the women’s 10 m air rifle event as Apurvi Chandela beat World No. 8 Ayonika in an exciting battle to grab the gold – her maiden international medal. World No 17 Chandela, who topped the qualifications with 415.6 points (a Commonwealth Games record), led in the finals right from the start and shot 206.7 points to give India another gold medal from shooting.

10. Rahi Sarnobat: Women’s shooting, 25 m Pistol

India’s gold medalist Rahi Sarnobat takes part in the women’s 25m Pistol final at Barry Buddon Shooting Centre during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Carnoustie, Scotland.
 Rahi Sarnobat won gold in the women’s 25-metre pistol event at the Barry Buddon Shooting Centre in Glasgow. The 23-year-old Sarnobat had also topped in the semi-finals with 16 points.

11. Abhinav Bindra: Men’s 10m Air Rifle

Abhinav Bindra, winner of the men’s 10m air rifle shooting event, takes a shot at the Barry Buddon shooting centre at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
 Shooting star Abhinav Bindra stole the limelight by clinching a gold medal on the second day of competitions in Glasgow. Bindra, 31, kept his nerves to take the honour in his favourite 10 m air rifle event with a final games record score of 205.3 to bring cheers for the Indian contingent. It was Bindra’s first individual gold medal at the Commonwealth Games. He had won the pairs gold in Manchester (2002), Melbourne (2006) and in front of the home crowd in New Delhi four years ago.

12. K Sanjita Chanu: Women’s weightlifting 48 kg category

India’s silver medalist Mirabai Chanu Saikhom (L), India’s gold medalist Sanjita Chanu Khumukcham (C) and Nigeria’s Nkechi Opara (R) celebrate with their medals on the podium at the medal ceremony for the women’s weightlifting 48kg class at the SECC Precinct during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
 Sanjita won with a total lift of 173 kg (77+96). Lifter Sanjita’s total of 173 kg missed the Games record, which is held by the 2010 CWG gold winner Augustina Nkem Nwaokolo (175 kg effort), by two kilograms.Her 77 kg effort in snatch did equal Nwaokolo’s CWG record.

13. Sukhen Dey: Men’s weightlifting 56 kg category

Sukhen Dey completes a lift during the 56-kg men’s weightlifting event at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. PTI Photo
 Sukhen Dey stole the limelight by clinching a gold in weightlifting on the opening day of the competitions at Glasgow. In the men’s 56 kg contest, the 25-year-old Dey lifted a total of 248 kg (109+139) after trailing at the halfway snatch stage, but came back strongly in clean and jerk to win the gold and cap a remarkable day for the Indians at the Clyde Auditorium.

14. Dipika Pallikal and Joshana Chinappa: Women’s squash

Gold medalists Dipika Pallikal and Joshana Chinappa pose on the podium with their medals after winning the women’s gold medal match in the Women’s Doubles Squash competition at Scotstoun Sports Campus during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland (AFP Photo)
 Joshana Chinappa and Dipika Pallikal combined brilliantly to clinch gold in the women’s doubles final and give India their first squash medal in the Commonwealth Games after the pair outplayed Jenny Duncalf and Laura Massaro of England on Sunday.The fifth-seeded Indian pair made short work of their English opponents with a 11-6 11-8 win in the best-of-three game final.

15. Parupalli Kashyap: Men’s Badminton

Parupalli Kashyap celebrates beating Singapore’s Derek Wong in the men’s singles badminton gold medal final at the Emirates Arena during the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. (AFP Photo)
 The 27-year-old came from behind in the deciding game to beat Singapore’s Derek Wong 21-14 11-21 21-19 and become the first Indian man to win badminton gold at the Games for 32 years.


ज्ञानपीठ पुरस्कार क्या है?

ज्ञानपीठ पुरस्कार भारत का सर्वोच्च साहित्यिक सम्मान है.

• ज्ञानपीठ पुरस्कार ‘भारतीय ज्ञानपीठ न्यास’ द्वारा प्रतिवर्ष दिया जाता है.
• यह पुरस्कार भारतीय संविधान के आठवीं अनुसूची में उल्लिखित 22 भाषाओं में से किसी भाषा के लेखक को प्रदान किया जाता है.
• वर्ष 2011 से पुरस्कार स्वरूप 11 लाख रुपए नकद, शॉल व प्रशस्ति पत्र प्रदान किया जाता है. इसके पहले इस सम्मान के तहत 7 लाख रुपए नकद दिए जाते थे.
• वर्ष 2011 में भारतीय ज्ञानपीठ ने पुरस्कार राशि को 7 से बढ़ाकर 11 लाख रुपए किए जाने का निर्णय लिया था.
• वर्ष 1965 में 1 लाख रुपए की पुरस्कार राशि से प्रारंभ हुए, इस पुरस्कार को वर्ष 2005 में 7 लाख रुपए कर दिया गया.
• प्रथम ज्ञानपीठ पुरस्कार वर्ष 1965 में मलयालम लेखक जी शंकर कुरुप को प्रदान किया गया था.
• वर्ष 1982 तक यह पुरस्कार लेखक की एकल कृति के लिए दिया जाता था. लेकिन इसके बाद से यह लेखक के भारतीय साहित्य में संपूर्ण योगदान के लिए दिया जाने लगा.

विदित हो कि केदारनाथ सिंह इस पुरस्कार को हासिल करने वाले हिन्दी के 10वें साहित्यकार हैं. इससे पूर्व हिन्दी साहित्य के जाने माने हस्ताक्षर सुमित्रानंदन पंत, रामधारी सिंह दिनकर, सच्चिदानंद हीरानंद वात्सयायन अज्ञेय, महादेवी वर्मा, नरेश मेहता, निर्मल वर्मा, कुंवर नारायण, श्रीलाल शुक्ल और अमरकांत को यह पुरस्कार दिया जा चुका है.

Schoolboy invents computer system

The Guwahati teenager’s prototype uses a microchip instead of a hard disk

City schoolboy Afreed Islam on Monday launched his prototype of a computer system that uses a microchip instead of a hard disk and is embedded with an operative system that allows dependencies on both Windows and Linux-based software simultaneously.
A student of Little Flower School, Hatigaon, Afreed, who will be appearing for his Class X CBSE examinations beginning March 3, claimed that his invention (named Revo Book) replaced both mechanical and electronic hard disk drives with a microchip that also doubles as a storage unit and therefore does not run the risk of data loss or system crash.
He has also developed an operating system and has named it ReVo IX which he has installed on the microchip. He claimed that it features faster execution speed, an inbuilt firewall and stands as a complete independent operating system. Afreed said he has applied for a patent.
“A hard disk drive always runs the risk of data loss as it has moving parts which may crash due to shock and also when brought in a strong magnetic field. However, the microchip has no moving parts and is also not influenced by magnetic field, therefore there is little risk of data loss of the microchip-run computing system invented by Afreed,” explained Anupam Barman, Senior Systems Consultant at the Assam Electronics Development Corporation Limited, who was also present at the launch of Afreed’s invention.
“The idea to develop the system came to my mind first when I was studying in Class VII and encountered some problems while operating the computers which my parents had bought for me,” said Afreed. He said he had collaborated with a German company for manufacturing the computer system.

Siddhartha Debnath, a scientist at the Patent Information Centre of the Assam Science Technology and Environment Council (ASTEC), said that Afreed’s invention fulfilled all basic eligibility criteria for submission of a patent application.




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