• 29-05-2023

Ways to address bullying

(by Khushi Meena, Class XI)

Bullying is the repetitive, intentional use of words or acts against a person or a group with the intent to hurt them physically, socially, or psychologically. Typically, they aim to weaken the target. Bullying can take place anywhere.


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  • 22-05-2023


by Ishant Sharma, Class XII

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a rapidly growing field that has already revolutionised numerous industries. From self-driving cars to personalised medicine, AI has the potential to transform our lives in ways we cannot yet imagine. In the years to co...

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  • 19-05-2023


by Ananya Tyagi, Class XII


Imagine you enter a new school , you immediately spot a person smiling wide while greeting everyone and they even help you in figuring out your first day in school. I’m sure you will go b...

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  • 25-04-2023

Bored of being Bored

(by Aditi Dixit, Class XI)

When my board exam got over, I didn’t feel the excitement that I should’ve felt. I got home, ate the same daal chawal, and returned to my same bedroom. I decided I wanted not sleep that day. So, I cleaned my room and emptied my shelve...

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  • 18-04-2023

Sustainable Development Goals

(by Rohan Mysa, Class IX)

I had a dream. It was an amazing fantasy world. You must be wondering I am talking about world showcasing miraculous work of science and technology. Rather, it was more of a peaceful world. I could only see smiling faces all around. Everyone look...

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  • 15-02-2023

Super foods: Improving Your Lifestyle

(by Ishant Sharma, Class XI)

Eating healthily is essential for a healthy, balanced lifestyle. Unfortunately, with the abundance of processed and fast food available, it can be difficult to make smart dietary choices. Thankfully, there are a wide variety of super foods that can help us to...

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  • 15-02-2023

Board Exams Preparation

(by Kushal Sehrawat, Class X)

The true happiness of being a student is: having finished all of your exams, but I am very far away from this happiness. I have my plans ready of what all things I will be doing after my 10Read More

  • 28-02-2023

Must-Visit Tourist Destinations in Delhi

by Rashi Godara, Class XII

Delhi, the capital of India, is a vibrant city steeped in culture and history. With its sprawling monuments, ancient forts and bustling markets, Delhi is a destination that is sure to leave you mesmerized. There is something for everyone here, from l...

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  • 27-01-2023

Healthy tips to fight anxiety

(by Ditya Tanwar, Class IX)

Anxiety! Have you ever experienced it? Racing thoughts, sweaty palms, heart pounding out of your chest. It feels like every worst-case scenario is playing out in your head at once.

It’s an overwhelming, dreadful emotion. And for those of us who c...

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  • 25-01-2023

Benefits of writing everything down

(by Vedika Raina, Class X)

We want so many things from life and when we see nothing going on as per our wish we get irritated and start cursing our luck. Sometimes we want to do so many things altogether but don’t know exactly from where to start with and feel ...

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  • 23-01-2023

Active Listening Skills

(by Bhavya, Class VI)

Listen, Learn, and Grow!

“I remind myself every morning: Nothing I say this day will teach me anything. So, if I’m going to learn, I must do it by listening.”

The feeling of not bei...

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  • 17-01-2023

The Concepts Of Kaizen

(by Ananya Tyagi, Class XI)

We don't realise how easy it is to overestimate the importance of one defining moment and underestimate the value of making small improvements on a daily basis.

This is exactly what the Japanese concept of "Kaizen" puts forwar...

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  • 17-01-2023

How meaningful experiences can change life

(By Khushi Meena, Class IX)

In our lives, we can never run out of things to do. Whether it be exploring new hobbies, discovering new passions, or simply taking the time to appreciate what we have, life is full of opportunities and experiences t...

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  • 17-01-2023

Dealing With Academic Burnouts

Siya, XI

Burnout essentially is a loss of focus, motivation and drive to do anything. Many times my mind is switched off and I end up procrastinating. All of these combined makes it di?cult to function as a student, where focus and motivation ...

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  • 14-01-2023

Book Review

Riya Kavi,XI

Who says you can't? You do - by Daniel Chidiac is the ultimate book for personal growth. It is a help book which will aid you in finding clarity in life.

I started reading it back in 2022 during my summer break after which I left it. Maybe at that moment I was no...

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  • 13-01-2023

Dependence on Technology in Today’s Time.

Aashi, IX

Try to imagine a life without our mobile phones, our computers or the electrical appliances we use at our houses; what a miserably difficult life would that be. In today’s world, technology has taken over us so much that it has become an important part of our everyday li...

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  • 12-01-2023

Impact of Social Media on the Class

Hemant Godara, IX

Social media has had a great effect on the world. For some negative and for some positive. In this blog I will be talking about the positive effects of social media on my class. During the pandemic,  social media in a way come to our rescue.

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  • 19-12-2022

There is no limit to what you can achieve

(by Aashi, Class IX)

There is no limit on what you can achieve in life, except the limits you have set in your mind. Indeed, this is true.

One should never let others decide the limits for themselves; neither should you put limits to yourself.  No ...

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  • 15-12-2022

Constitution Day Celebration

(by Ms Lehar Arora, PGT(Political Science)

Constitution Day also known as ‘Samvidhan Divas’, is celebrated in our country on 26th November every year to commemorate the adoption of the constitution of India. On this day in 1949,...

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  • 13-12-2022

Innovation Is Key to Learning

(by Riya Kavi, Class XI)

“A man’s mind, stretched by a new idea never goes back to it’s old dimensions”

The purpose of innovation is to come up with new plans and technologies that increase productivity and an innovative educat...

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  • 20-12-2022

Experiential learning prepares students for the outside world

(by Tanisha, Class XI)

As we all know cramming words and lines won't help one gain experience. Here comes experiential learning into play. These days schools not only aim to provide theoretical knowledge, but also prepare a student for the world outside the school.

Even in...

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  • 21-12-2022

Kick Your Fear Monkey! New Era Public School Dwarka

(by Arnav, Class VI)

Sitting in the examination hall, holding the question paper in my hand, sweat pouring down my face as I don’t know the answer to a single question. Should I run out of the hall? Should I shout or cry? Fear of failing is sending shivers down my s...

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  • 14-12-2022

Annual Day Celebration 2022

The one thing I think all of us missed the most during the pandemic  was, the  Annual day. The hustle and bustle in school , day long practices in the amphitheatre under the winter sun, were dearly missed. So this year's annual day was particularly memorable because we could all sh...

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  • 25-11-2022

Strategies of tackling homework

(by Rohan Mysa, Class VIII)

There are two key strategies to reduce homework hassles. The first, we should set our routine, including when and where homework gets done and second, set up daily schedules for homework. We can do so by following a few easy steps:


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  • 08-12-2022


(by Prisha Udar, Class XII)

Whenever a student or a parent plans and researches about the best school to take admission into, three things come to mind. Firstly, the quality of the education being provided. Secondly, if the institution promises to provide a balance between academics and...

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  • 18-10-2022

Importance Of Mental Health

(by Khushi Meena , Class IX)

As rightly said by Maxime Lagace “Life gets better when health becomes your first priority”. Health is not only limited to physical fitness but also your inner stability, i.e.  your mental well-being. I define mental health as not only being...

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  • 09-09-2022

Exam Stress

(by Aditi Dixit, Class X)

"No matter what the circumstances steal from us, we must not, ever, give up on our happiness." 

Every year, millions of s...

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  • 09-09-2022

Independence Day Special Assembly

(by Tamanna Meena, Class X)

I have always wondered how it must have felt on the day when we gained independence? Is satisfying the word for it? Well, I would never know. It’s been 75 years and on every year I think of all those who contributed in the independence strugg...

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  • 28-08-2022

75th Independance Day - Celebrating Azaadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav

‘A country’s greatness lies in its undying ideals of love and sacrifice’

Independence Day marks the end of British rule in 1947 and the establishment of a free and independent India. This day reminds us of all the sacrifices that were made by our freedom fighters in...

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  • 27-08-2022

Renaissance - Rebirth

(by Prisha Udar, Class XII)

Each year at New Era Public School, Dwarka,  Renaissance is celebrated like a festival. During this fiesta we try to revive the spirit of Renaissance by engaging in activities related to art and culture. These activities invigorate our beings and give us...

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