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Innovation is the key

Innovation is the key

STEM education in the classroom is the need of the hour as the nation transitions from being an user of technology to one that creates innovators
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Maths, collectively known as STEM, are the four primary academic disciplines currently responsible for driving the entire world’s economy and maintaining our general well-being. STEM education is the need of the hour to help students make the leap from users of technology to innovators.

As a result, it has found application in a wide variety of industries and job roles including aerospace engineering, astrophysics, biochemistry, chemical and civil engineering, computer science, nanotechnology, robotics, and more.

A robust STEM education creates critical thinkers, problem-solvers, and next generation innovators. Taking into consideration that India is one of the countries that produces the highest number of scientists and engineers, the growth of STEM has picked up significantly ove…

Entrepreneurship should begin in school

Entrepreneurship should begin in school

Encouraging students to question and not be afraid to take risks is one of the many factors that India needs to establish a healthy startup ecosystem
Startups are one of the strongest engines for wealth creation, employment and economic growth. India is aspiring to be a $5 trillion economy in the next five years. There is also a need to create 300 million jobs by 2040, which is roughly 10 million jobs a year. These aspirations and needs of India cannot just be fulfilled by the existing large enterprises alone. Startups can act as a vehicle to achieve the next level of economic growth and social development.

India has begun its journey to becoming one of the fastest growing startup hubs in the world, and today, it is the third largest in technology-driven product startups, after the U.S. and the U.K. The Global Entrepreneurship Monitor estimates some 20% of Indians (aged between 18 and 64 years) intend to start a business in the next three years…

CLASS X SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER & MARKING SCHEME FOR EXAM 2019-20

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SANGFORD SENIOR SECONDARYSCHOOL CLASS X SAMPLE QUESTION PAPER &       MARKING  SCHEME FOR EXAM 2019-20
                          CBSE Board Exam 2020 _____________________________________________________________





Dear Parents,
As you aware of New pattern of Class X Question Paper and Marking Scheme for 2020 CBSE board exam. We proudly inform you that, we predicted very early and implemented new pattern of questions and that has been synced with chapters.
Multiple Choice QuestionsAssertion & Reason Type (Maths & Science -> NEET/JEE Question Papers)VSA, SA, LA
Since we implemented from beginning our students have been practiced with new pattern. All subjects Mark Scheme has been circulated to Teachers for further verifications. We advised Students to do quick review the MCQ, AR, VSA, SA, LA questions from MTG book before the exam.


Thanks & Regards, Sangford Management

CBSE X BOARD EXAM 2020 PRINCIPAL MEETING

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     SANGFORD SENIOR SECONDARYSCHOOL     CBSE X BOARD EXAM 2020 PRINCIPAL MEETING                                   Saturday, 04 January 202
         Annual Training cum Orientation Program on CBSE 2020                                             Board Examination _____________________________________________________________




Dear Parents,
Greetings from Sangford Schools ! Last week I went one day Annual Training cum Orientation Program on CBSE 2020 Board Examinations, I have bulleted few points below. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact about examinations.

Points of discussion:

1.Rules and Regulations to be followed as an invigilator during the exam. 2.Strictly time constrain, no additional support material (like Log table)to be issued by the invigilator for the students. 3.Provisions provided to the physically disabled students and students with dyslexia and autism 4.Evaluation scheme was explained with a flowchart which included Evaluators, Co-coordinators, Assistant head e…

Sangford Health & Wellness Club - CBSE Board Exam 2020

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Dear Parents,
CBSE X Board Exam
Part A: Managing stress during Board exam season has many elements. The key is to instil a positive mindset in your ward

Gearing up for your child’s board exams? You must have left no stone unturned for their exam preparations. But are you helping them on how to cope up with examination stress? Yes, exam time is stressful for children and parents, both. While some stress can give a positive boost, excessive stress of performance can have adverse effects. But as a smart parent you can surely help your children cope with exam stress. Examinations and stress, both are an inevitable part of life. Children have to be gauged in some way and board exam is just one of the evaluation methods. So, when preparing for exams, it is equally important to know how to reduce exam fear. Let us look at some effective ways of handling exam stress. Being positive about the outcome is most important factor. Many children and parents face exam stress because of the fear of perform…

Mark Improvement Strategy X Std

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MARK IMPROVEMENT PLAN SANGFORD SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL X19-20CBSE01WA3010

Dear Parent,
We have created broadcast group for X Std, to share academic progress about your child.  We have applied simple statistical techniques  1. Arithmetic Mean,  2. Deviation and  3. Range  for their mark measurement. (that already circulated during parent teacher meeting) Further, we are applying  1. Measure,  2. Analyse    3. Improve  simple Data Analytic technique for mark improvement without stress them. Now we have measured, we have started individual improvement plan from 4th Nov, after NTSE exam (Nov 3rd). Naturally learners are Visual Learners, Auditory Learner, Tactile Learner, Kinesthetic Learner, and Different kind of IQ (language and logical) personalities. We can not apply the same approach for all, So keep in mind, we are planning accordingly, also expecting “School, Student, Parent Triangle” should work towards higher GPA in their Xth board exam score. The following measured data given to respective tea…