Monthly Archives: June 2013


Check out 6 coolest facts!!
Do you know...
Some of the most accepted symbols and numbers have amazing facts attached to them. Find out more here.

Names for 0
ZERO is the only number which is known with so many names including nought, naught, nil, zilch and zip.

Amazing PIE
PIE (The ratio of the circumference to the diameter of a circle) can’t be expressed as a fraction, making it an irrational number. It never repeats and never ends when written as a decimal.

What comes after a million?
Billion, Trillion, Quadrillion, Quintillion, Sextillion, Septillion, Octillion, Nonillion, Decillion and Undecillion.

What lies behind GOOGLE?
The name of the popular search engine ‘Google’ came from a misspelling of the word ‘googol’, which is a very large number (the number one followed by one hundred zeros to be exact).

Letter ‘A’
From number 0 to 1000, the letter ‘A’ only appears in 1000 (One thousand)

Dice Magic
The opposite sides of a dice always add up to seven


In association with Prathama Blood Centre, Udgam School held Blood Donation Camp at the two premises, Thaltej and Jodhpur.  There was a good turnout of parents, teachers and staff and other voluntary donors. We appreciate the overwhelming cooperation and support that we have received for this drive. Donating for a good cause takes a new dimension of ‘selfless giving’ when one donates his or her own blood.

Annual Staff Meeting

Udgam School for Children held its Annual Staff Meet on 8th June, 2013 at Fun Point Resorts, Ahmedabad. The meet was attended by Mr. Rajabhai Pathak, school trustees Mr. Gautambhai Choksi, Mr. V.C. Shah, Mr. J D Patel and Mr. Rohitbhai Choksi, Executive  Director Mr. Manan Choksi, Joint Director Mrs.Bhumi Choksi, Principal, Teachers and Staff of Udgam School.The session included a series of talks by Mr. Gautambhai Choksi, Mr. Rajabhai Pathak, Mr. Manan Choksi and Ms. Radhika Iyer. As the New Academic Year begins, the management of the  school welcomed the teachers and staff members with a lot of motivation and inspiration.


Every generation complains of the existence of what is known as the generation gap. What is this generation gap? It is a common debate amongst most of the parents and their children in the family. Generation gap refers to the poor or rather lack of communication between parents and their children. As a result children often feel left out, ignored or not cared for, as they believe that their parents whom they place their trust upon, do not wish to make an attempt to understand them at all.

For every small child, their parents are their superheroes, whom they believe can do anything in the world. Their parents are capable of solving all their problems, punch every bad guy who comes as a villain in their lives. To be precise, parents mean the world to the kids, but when children approach parents with a different set of ideas or a different kind of behavior, parents often lose their temper as they do not wish to accept this new idea, for reasons of their own and instead of listening patiently and then trying to explain to the kids their violent reaction invokes temper tantrum in the kids and thus begins the war of difference in generations.

Children usually confide in their parents with the belief and the confidence that they will not be rebuked or punished for what they have done. This kind of emotional security is very important at times for every child in this world. However, teenagers who exhibit a very aggressive behavior face from the problem of attention seeking behavior and this is a way they portray their concern before their parents. Such kids are often unable to express and communicate their feelings, which often results in verbal fights with parents.

Adulthood pains and adjustments made to the world outside the safe cocoon of their family’s guidance, often is the fundamental cause of emotional vulnerability undergoing amongst the children. Children often try to mask their actual feelings and exhibit a strong outlook of their character.

Thus, it is the parent’s responsibility of creating and opening up the communication channel with their kid through constant communication and not pestering. Until and unless parents make an attempt to create the right environment for their children at home and help their child to express themselves, children will remain in a confused world of their own. Parents have to extend their hand of support and make the child feel safe and secured so that child feels comfortable to reach out to hold their parents hand.


Q. Why was the math book sad?
A. Because it had too many problems.

Q. What's the king of the pencil case?
A. The ruler.

Q. Heard about the mathematical plant?
A. It has square roots.

Q. Which tables do you not have to learn?
A. Dinner tables.

Q. What tool do you use in math?
A. Multi - players.

Q. Why were 6 afraid of 7?
A. Because 7 ate 9!

Q. What is 67 + 35 + 99 + 136 +23 + 12 + 98 + 567 + 230 + 84?
A. A headache.

Q. How do you make one vanish?
A. Add a 'g' to the beginning and it's gone!

The CAMI Summer Workshop winds up

The participants of CAMI were given certificates and scores based on their performance. Parents attended the last day and were guided by the Instructor about their ward’s progress. They were also given a good idea of the course content that was held over a  month long period. The program was a success and helped to hone the language, reasoning and computing skills of the participants.