STUDENTS IN LIMELIGHT
Nikita Rana (9B),started a YouTube channel called Indian H2O during lockdown which covers diverse content. The channel has various informative videos and loads of drawings.
Link for the channel - https://youtube.com/channel/UCTc19kG8wqUBFv6f_Bwo5wQ
Sehaj Kaur (10A), runs a blog called 'WORDSDON’TCOMEEASY' dedicated to various issues and topics. Also a short story written by her has been published in a book titled ‘Barefoot Souls’, available on Flipkart.
Link for the blog - Blog – wordsdon’tcomeeasy (wordpress.com)
Samaira Guleria (11A), owns and runs a website called "Pineapple sour but sweet". The website includes blogs, poems, and research projects on very diverse topics from economics to covid-19 to book reviews and science and technology.
Link for the website - https://pineapplesourbutsweet.home.blog/
Lukshita Nayyar (11C), runs a creative-writing cum contributor friendly website namely ‘Teen Tidings’ and last year compiled a book called ‘Globe Trotting in Confinement’ highlighting experiences of teenagers around the globe during the pandemic and lockdown.
Link for website - https://teentidings.com
Link for e-book - https://wp.me/pbZwSF-7k
teachers in spotlight
“No matter what anybody tells you, words and ideas can change the world.” - Tom Schulman. Growing up in Carmel, everyone knows Sonia Ma’am, a teacher who has been a part of the family for as long as we can remember. No matter how many mistakes we make, she is always there to guide us and teach us that we read and write because we are members of the human race, and we may contribute a verse in life. For us, Sonia ma'am has moulded young people into destiny. People say that instructors stumble upon numerous challenges in their everyday activities which include the unappreciative subculture via the community, in addition to dealing with disciplinary problems in their students, but to be honest we have never heard/seen Sonia ma'am stumble in making any decisions. She has always stood as a firm pillar and dealt with all life challenges very smoothly. Ma’am has always been an inspiration to us, and even though we are not in school, we think of ma’am every day and miss her abundantly.
“Teachers affect eternity; no one can tell when their influence stops.”
Such is the power possessed by our dear Lovey ma’am.
Mere words could never express our gratitude to you for truly caring and being there for us. Your calm and soothing voice can bring a smile on the face of the saddest people of all.
You’ve set a great example for all of us to follow, you’ve inspired us to be better people and to always strive to do our personal best. Thank you for being one of the special teachers who will live on forever in the minds and hearts of the students whose lives you have touched.
I can say this without a single moment of hesitation that Carmel won’t feel like a home without you in it Lovey ma’am.
Truer words have never been said before "A teacher takes a hand, teaches a mind and touches a soul"
There is not a single person in our school who has not been captivated by Lajwanti ma'am's quick wit and glowing aura. Her devotion towards her subject and our mother tongue is inspiring to all the people out there who are at times afraid to embrace their roots, their culture and above all, themselves. There is not even a sliver of doubt that Lajwanti ma'am is a true gem in the beautiful collection of our carmel family.
Thus, ma'am in your honour "धन्यवाद- धन्यवाद, कोटि- कोटि धनयवाद, हमारी मात्र भाषा से हमारा घनिष्ठ संबंध स्थापित करने के लिए, कोटि कोटि धन्यवाद"