Students Corner

Creation is the best satisfaction.  It instils in us a sense of self worth, boosts ones confidence and gives the mind food for thought.  This space  is for the students and by the students. Here, the creative skills of DSeeians are displayed. At DSE , we believe that art, dance, music, sports, public speaking, quiz are some of the many ways to supplement learning within and outside classroom.  Every child is unique and needs to be nurtured so as to grow up with  not only a broad mind but also a broad smile.

Students Creativity – Smart Art

Students Creativity - Smart Art

BUDDING POETS

 

My Views on “HOTEL TRANSALANIA”

My Views on “HOTEL TRANSALANIA”

Aadi  Chetan Pimpalkhute

We left from school at 9.45 a.m.  Always going in bus with buddies means a lot of fun.  With me it’s the same thing as I enjoyed a lot with them.  It took almost 20 minutes to reach the venue (Hari Hara Kala Bhavan) which was a old and a pretty theatre.  The movie already started by the time we reached but I was not worried as I had already seen the movie and this experience of watching the movie with the buddies is an awesome and unforgettable experience.

The movie actually tells a story of a dravula who runs a hotel called Hotel Transalvania were the world’s monsters can take rest from the humans.  Once the Dracula invites all the monsters to celebrate his daughter Mavis 118th birthday and unexpectedly an ordinary 21 year old traveler named Jhonny enters the hotel.  The Dracula tries his level best to hide the fact of a human entering into the hotel from the rest of the monsters and also trying to restrict his daughter from falling into love with the human.

Genddy Tartakovsky the director of this cartoon movie ensured that every element of horror is depicted in the movie.  The two hours of movie passed away as a minute because of the suspense and thrill we had.  On the whole a awesome movie with a awesome experience.

By : Aadi. Pimpalkhute  VI A

Sharanya Anumula

As being an adventurous person I loved the movie to the core and I could myself relate to the main character Jonathon for his humorous and jovial attitude, who by mistake enters the monster’s hotel and disguises himself into various characters and changes his name to Johnnystein.  I also liked the other characters such as Mavis for her adventurous and gentle behavior.  The animation effects put into the movie by the director made me to imagine as a part of the film.  A part from all this I would like to thank each and every person who made it possible for me to watch this movie as I could make out the difference between the lives of humans and monsters in the late 21st century.  This is what I could learn through the visual effects.

By : Sharanya Anumula VII A

Mohammed Tameemuddin ansariAs always the travel in the bus to the auditorium was the best.  I have seen the movie many times but whenever I see I have fun.  The movie is about unconditional love of Dracula towards his daughter Mavis.  After the death of Dracula’s wife due to the humans, The Dracula was depressed and constructed the hotel called ‘Hotel Transalvania’ which was a place for all the monsters to relax. Once during her birthday celebrations the human intruder into the hotel and the life of Mavis made the Dracula impatient and he tried to protect her from this person. Ultimately the movie ends on a happy note of Jhonny marring Mavis. This left an impeccable mark on me.  I loved watching the movie once again.

By: Tammemuddin Ansari VI A

P AmulyaWe the DEESIANS of grade VI and VII had immense pleasure of visiting the Hari Hara Kala Bhavan on 30th August ’16 for watching the movie “Hotel Transalvania” directed by Genddy Tartakovsky and organized by NIE film festival.  We all enjoyed the movie and had a wonderful time.  The characters in the movie were the Dracula, his daughter Mavis, his friend Frankiestine and Blob, Johhny the human.  Each character had his own role to depict and put up in a wonderful manner as we could learn something or the other.

By : Amulya  VII B

Rajlakshmi   RoyThe pleasure of watching the movie with friends at the foremost was an awesome experience for me.  The favourite character of mine is Mevis the daughter of Dracula who is kind, soft, sober and disciplined. This helped me inculcate and strengthen my abilities further. The strength and determination displayed by her in the movie made me realize that the girls are no lesser than the boys and can achieve anything in the life. I recommend everyone to watch the movie and be carried away in the pleasure of the same.

By Rajlakshmi Roy  VII A

 

NIE Question – Dated 10th August 2016 – Playing online games may boost teenager’s school results while spending time on social networks such as Facebook could do the opposite, according to an Australian study. Your thoughts.

Ibrahim Yousufuddin

Playing online games helps to expand a persons imagination.  Now a days multiplayer games allow us to communicate with other players in real time. This helps the player by giving confidence to communicate with strangers.  These abilities which you gain from playing online games at a later stage are showcased in real life and thus helping in school results.  The usage of the social networks and online games should be kept at a limit as too much of everything is bad.

Ibrahim

Peeraan

This research is indeed correct but only to a certain extent.  If we analyze this research more practically, yes online games do infact help in boosting the speed of mind in accordance with the movement of hand which results in an overall high intelligence but however a few online games are extremely addictive and can slip of grades too.

Peeran

 

NIE Question – Dated 9th August 2016 – Rajya Sabha MP and Dalit ideologue Narendra Jadhav believes dropping surnames would be a potent antidote to ending caste consciousness which lies at the root of discrimination against Dalits. Do you endorse his views?

Mehuli Das

The cast of a person will definitely be known by the people they live around.  Dropping it suddenly wont erase everyone’s knowledge of it and I hope Dalits are not expected to relocate in order for this to work.  The need for social reforms remain persistant and there is no shortcut around it.

Mehuli Das

Ibrahim Yousufuddin

If you think about dropping the idea of writing surnames it may help but then some backward societies in India might not agree with it and may continue the practice so this moves affect if implemented, will only be seen in some areas.

Ibrahim

 

NIE Question – Dated 8th August 2016 – Andhra pradesh chief minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has demanded special status for his state. Do you endorse his demand?

Mehuli Das

Andhra Pradesh was reluctant about the reorganisation bill since they would lose everything they have invested in.  With the passing of the GST  bill, they cannot increase the taxes in accordance to their needs.  It is only fair that the Central Government support them since the state has a lot of potential.

Mehuli Das

RABEEA MIRZA

After the seperation of Andhra and Telangana, all the developed cities especially Hyderabad came under Telangana. Chandra Babu Naidu and Andhra Pradesh were hardly left with anything. I think that Andhra Pradesh should be financially supported as they should be able to bounce back after a downfall.

Rabeea

 

NIE Question – Dated 5th August 2016 – Roston Chase became the third West Indian to score a hundred and pick up a five-wicket haul in the same match, but more importantly, managed to draw the match with India. Does India Lack death bowlers?

Peeraan

As an avid follower of cricket, in my opinion India actually lacks impactfull bowlers.  I do not see any convincing bowling except for Bhuvaneshwaar Kumar and Aravind Chahal in the entire team.  But I feel that the indian team cannot be blamed entirely for Roston Chase’s impressive performance with Roston Chase in an impegnoble form, Indian team has to buck up to maintain competition.

 Peeran Quadri

/Ibrahim Yousufuddin

It is not the case that India lacks death bowlers.  It’s just that they are not up to the level to take on those type of players.

 Ibrahim Yousufuddin

 

NIE Question – Dated 4th August 2016 – West Bengal is likely to be called only ‘Bengal’ when it’s being referred to in English, and ‘Bangla’ or ‘Banga’ when it’s referred to in bengali. Do you agree with the idea?

Mehuli Das

The state government should focus on using the tax payers money for development.  The acute lack of industries and employment in West Bengal will definitely not be solved by changing the name of the state.

Mehuli Das

RABEEA MIRZA

In my opinion since East Bengal is now known as Bangladesh, it would make sense if we reffered to it as Bengal but on the other hand we can’t call it something that it is not.  For ex: we can’t call a rabbit a tiger.  In the similar manner West Bengal should be only called West Bengal.

Rabeea

 

NIE Question – Dated 3rd August 2016 – Congress needs a miracle to win the Assembly polls in UP in 2017, says state party president Raj Babber. Meanwhile Congress president Sonia Gandhi launched the party’s campaign in Varanasi. Can shee woo the electorate this time?

Mehuli Das

Congress hasn’t been exactly on their toes since the shift of power at the central.  No amount of last minute wooing will result into a miracle.

Mehuli Das

Peeraan

There are extremely low chances of Sonia Gandhi influencing the crowd considering the congress tarnished reputation and passive attitude towards having a contract between the common people.  According to my perception, congress needs charismatic personalities like Priyanka Gandhi to get the job done.

Peeran

 

NIE Question – Dated 2nd August 2016 – Heavy rains across the country have put major cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Delhi NCE on a standstill. Do met officials get their calculations wrong? Is the administration slack?

Mehuli Das

If corporators were not corrupt politicians with no interest in the welfare of the city then such a thing would not have happened. Mumbai happens to have the countries richest municipal corporation, but a father who lost his son to a pot hole related accident is going around doing their work. If shame does not bring them back to their senses I do not know what will.

Mehuli Das

RABEEA MIRZA

In my opinion, the rains do cause a change in the working of pretty much everything but obviously if the government take the correct steps for the development of the country, it won’t lack behind schedule

Rabeea

 

NIE Question – Dated 29th July 2016 – A study of one million people has found that physical inactivity costs the global economy $67.5 billion a year in health care and productivity losses. What’s your take?

Mehuli Das

People have become relatively lazier with the introduction of various advac ed technologies.  I however think that applications like ‘Pokemon Go’can bring about drastic changes inturn improving the global economy.

Mehuli Das

RABEEA MIRZA

I think that even if the government provide jobs for the inactive people, they should have some means of motivation to do something that will be beneficial for them.

Rabeea

 

NIE Question – Dated 28th July 2016 – Rajavardhan Rathore said that psychological wars waged on the internet are the “new threat” of our times. He has urged people to turn into social media soldiers to counter this new-age warfare. What’s your take?

Mehuli Das

I personally think that before we focus on becoming social media soliders we must try to impart the right set of values and make sure youngsters grow up in a healthy environment so that this “new threat” can be eradicated.

Mehuli Das

RABEEA MIRZA

 In my opinion we need to overcome not only cyber bulling but bulling as a whole,  as it does have a  impact on our generation today.  Many people get forced into doing things that could potentially harm them either physically or mentally.  It is our job to rise above all obsticals in life. We should always be proud of who we are and what we stand for. We should be the soliders who don’t cause harm to anyone but protect ourselves.

Rabeea

 

Science

Science

You might think that it’s baring,

But not for me, it;s amazing,

For it’s Science, one of the best,

It’s not ordinary like the rest.

Experiments and new things,

It’s there in everything

For it’s science, completely different,

It’s great, that’s what I meant.

It’s totally new, altogether,

It’s fun and interesting, for the better,

For it’s science, an exciting experience,

It’s never-ending, it’s endless.

You find out stuff that you never knew,

And there’s just tons and tons to do,

For it’s science, a subject that stands out,

And I’m sure that there’s no doubt.

It has changed our lives so much,

There’s nothing like it as such,

For it’s science, a real pleasure,

It enlightens us, that’s for sure.

Discoveries, inventions and so on,

Outer Space, the list goes on,

The trees, the air and the breeze,

It’s development will never cease.

For it’s science, that introduced us,

To the universe, and the area around us,

That enriched our lives, but now my friend,

There is a message that I wish to send.

That we continue developing the world,

And not misuse science as we’ve been told,

Explore the wonderful world of science,

To make the world a virtual experience.

By

Sharanya, Grade VII A

NIE Question – Dated 27th July 2016 – A leading newspaper in Pakistan has urged the country not to sour its already acrinonious relationship with India by making controversial statements on Kashmir. Whats your take?

Ibrahim Yousufuddin

If Pakistan makes any more contriversial statements on Kashmir it might lead to the worsening of the relationship with India and  who knows what will happen.  In the past because of the fights between both of them, it has caused many causalities on both the sides.

Ibrahim

Peeraan

Controversies regarding Pakistan and India has become really common now a days.  It is now obvious that Pakistan wants to instigate India to make retaliation so that Pakistan takes advantage of it.  Pakistan should stop making futile attempts to provoke India by controversial statements because India chooses to ignore these statements.  The only bad country turning out here is Pakistan itself for attempting to create controversies and trying to disrupt peace.

Peeran

 

NIE Question – Dated 21st July 2016 – China uses public billboards to expose runaway debtors. Should India follow suit to curb the increasing numbers on its defaulters’ list?

Mehuli Das

In my opinion, India should focus on more important things since this suit isn’t going to be effective in making the defaulter pay their debt. Public humiliation works only when a person is ashamed of their deeds.

 Mehuli Das

RABEEA MIRZA

In my opinion, India shouldn’t opt for the same technique that China has. Public humiliation is a great way to prevent things going out of order but people in India don’t really bother if they get humiliated. To be honest it won’t make much of a difference.

Rabeea

 

NIE Question – Dated 20th July 2016 – The culture ministry has decided to grade artistes and writers for selection to various events in India and abroad and also fix their honorarium. Artistes will be graded under three heads- Outstanding, Promising and Waiting. Is it a good move?

Peeraan

This move will enhance the nation’s artistic potential to our fullest and could also turn out to be our golden ticket to bag laurels in art competitions around the globe. This grading system would endeavour artists all over the nation to produce more exquisite pieces of art.

 Peeran Quadri

/Ibrahim Yousufuddin

This move can help our country harness the artistic potential to a high level. This  can inculcate a good and healthy competition between artistes nationally and can increase our country’s standards globally. This will help some artists who have remained in the shadows to come into light

 Ibrahim Yousufuddin

 

NIE Question – Dated 19th July 2016 – Madhya Pradesh is the first in the country to set up a “ happiness department” which will measure prosperity by gauging citizens’ happiness quotient and not GDP. Your take?

PeeraanYes, I do feel that this is a feasible move. However, with so much of corruption going on, there is always a possibility that people in rural areas can be bribed to fake themselves as happy. So I believe it will take a while to get a nationwide-Yes.

 Peeran Quadri

/Ibrahim Yousufuddin

 It’s a good move taken by Madhya Pradesh. However this type of measurement can be tricked by corruption. It will be a huge risk taken by Madhya Pradesh government. If people are completely honest, only then its “Happiness Department” will work.

 Ibrahim Yousufuddin

 

NIE Question – Dated 18th July 2016 – Pakistan will observe July 19 as a “ Black Day to mark complete solidarity with Kashmiris.” Do you think this is an interference with India’s internal affairs?

PeeraanI see no such adverse impact caused by this move which could affect the growth and development of India. I believe that India should not react on this issue unless and until, this move could mean any harm for the nation. Any reaction made on this issue might worsen relations with already strained neighbouring nation.

 Peeran Quadri

 

NIE Question – Dated 14th July 2016 – The Union tourism ministry will introduce a degree course with specialization in vegetarian cuisine at three government-run hotel management institutes. Is it a good move?

PeeraanThis is a good initiative taken by the Union Tourism Ministry, to consider the food habits of the vegetarian populace. But then, in my, I also feel that the ministry should also follow the  same  for non- vegetarian cuisine in congruence with.   I feel that the non-vegetarian food lovers would not be too happy with any compromise.

Peeran Quadri

/Ibrahim Yousufuddin

Many people have a liking towards vegetarian cuisine. Some tourists do not trust the outside non-vegetarian food. I feel that the Union Tourism Ministry has made a good move regarding the degree course specializing in vegetarian cuisine. This move will help boost the economy to a small extent as more and more people from the vegetarian populace will take towards vegetarianism. 

Ibrahim Yousufuddin

 

The Aching Walls

The Aching Walls

I want the night to take me away so I can reign over the clouds,
Wander among the stars,
And talk to the lonesome moon.
And just maybe, it’ll let me engrave our story on its skin.

I want the clouds to take me away so I can rain down by your window
On a stormy night to gaze at you,
While you drift away into the land of dreams;
Safe and sound.

I want the rain to take me away so I can dampen the soil
And rise back up as petrichor for you to breathe in.
I’ll soar down your lung and into your heart in one swift motion.
I wont take up much space, I promise.

And when I’m finally done haunting you in all my insubstantial forms,
I’ll go back to our house at the end of the lane.
The walls will ache for you to come and live within,
And so will my heart.

Mehuli Das

Mehuli Das, Grade IX

NIE Question – Dated 13th July 2016 – Actress Kristen Stewart has pitched for female James Bond and said a male sought-after spy would be a “Stale” concept now. Your take?

PeeraanThe idea would be worth giving a try, and hence as per my perception, it should be given a green signal. It would be something novel to try and would grab the audience attention, since there has been a male James Bond for so many years. However it would be a huge risk to take as the male James Bond has always been inflicting awe in masses and it can arouse disappointment among 007 fans.

Peeran Quadri

/Ibrahim YousufuddinI believe that the male James Bond should stay. From years audience have grown a liking towards the male James Bond. To change the gender of a hero like him would be a huge risk and might not go well with 007 fans. This move could help the industry to boom or bring their fall.

Ibrahim Yousufuddin

 

NIE Question – Dated 11th July 2016 – India lacks innovation in education as children are discouraged to ask questions in schools something which should not be allowed to go on, says education minister Prakash Javadekar.

Mehuli DasI am in full agreement with the education Minister; Majority of the students in our country are discouraged to do so. I am, however, interested in the actions Mr. Javadekar takes to make India’s education system more innovative.

Mehuli Das, Grade IX

 In my opinion, it depends on which school the children go to. Not all schools are the same. Taking our school as an example, we can freely ask doubts and questions whenever we feel it is necessary. It is quite wrong to generalize something when there are different types of schools across the country.RABEEA MIRZA

Rabeea

NIE Question – Dated 5th July 2016 – Criticising strong reaction from India over China blocking its bid to enter NSG, a state-run daily in China said India is ‘still stuck’ in the 1962 mindset. Your take?

Mehuli DasChina might as well be talking to the mirror.  What they are failing to see is how important India’s contribution can be when it comes to curb nuclear terrorism.  I never thought that China would turn pro Pakistan just because of boarder conflicts, but you know what they say – An enemy of enemy is a friend.

Mehuli Das

India has a very good relationship with the permanent members of the NSG other RABEEA MIRZAthan China.  In my opinion it is China that is still stuck in that mindset.

 

Rabeea

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Grade VIII B – Yashvi

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