Reena Massi, Teacher Prerna School


Reena Massi
Teacher, Prerna School

गीत

हम लड़की है लकड़ी तो नहीं
जब चाहा आग में झोक दिया
जब हक़ माँगा लड़ना सीखा
तब अंगारों में फेंक दिया – 2
हम लड़की होने कर्ज को
फ़र्ज़ समझ कर जीते हैं !
हम लड़की है लकड़ी तो नहीं
जब चाहा आग में झोक दिया
जब हक़ माँगा लड़ना सीखा
तब अंगारों में फेंक दिया

अपने हक़ को मांगना
क्या कोई गुनाह कोई पाप है ये
हमें मत मारो, हमें मत मारो
अब हम भी जीना सीख रहे !

हम लड़की है लकड़ी तो नहीं
जब चाहा आग में झोक दिया
जब हक़ माँगा लड़ना सीखा
तब अंगारों में फेंक दिया!

प्रेरणा गर्ल्स स्कूल
शिक्षिका – रीना मसीह

Kamal Ki Kali

A poem titled “Kamal Ki Kali” authored by Mrs. Asha Bali, Hindi language teacher at Senior School, Study Hall

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कुदरत का उपहार


तरन्नुम नाहीद खान
शिक्षिका – विशिष्ट शिक्षा विभाग
स्टडी हॉल

बेटी कुदरत का उपहार
बेटी सृष्टि का मूल आधार
वो सभ्यता की पालन हार
बेटी घर में जरुरी है
वो नहीं कोई मजबूरी है
बेटी को सम्मान दो
नए वक्त को अपनाओ
उसकी सोच को पंख लगाओ उज्जवल भविष्य का अधिकार दो
शिक्षा की सौगात दो
जो बेटी को दे पहचान
वो माँ- बाप हैं महान

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Power of Choice

Sana Nusrat
Teacher, Study Hall School

In this patriarchal setup, there is one thing that demands immediate attention. “Perception of women” is something that calls for change and needs social reforms. The one thing that is promising enough to bring about such a change is education. With education comes exposure, confidence and independence. It broadens the horizon and gives a girl the “power of choice” – the choice to be independent, self reliant and fearless. Women are most often looked down upon and subjugated in many families, it is about time that it changes! From simple decisions such as what to wear, when to eat and when to move out of the house to big ones such as who to marry and whether to work or not, are all taken by their male counterparts. Education develops confidence and self esteem among women and gives them the power to make decisions on their own- big our small. At the end, it all comes down to the only question- ” Are we going to be a part of this change or are we going to resist it?”

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बेटी है परिवार का अधिकार

मनीषा अग्रवाल
शिक्षिका – विशिष्ट शिक्षा विभाग
स्टडी हॉल

Manisha Agarwal is a teacher in the senior wing of the Study Hall School.

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Educate a girl child is like educating the whole family


Deepika G. Roy
Teacher, The Prep School

A girl/woman/lady is the creator of our universe. She is the epitome of beauty, grace, grit, determination and inner strength. She can handle any situation with a lot of courage. Let us recognize her worth and power and give her the respect that she deserves. Make the world a better place, a safe place to live in.

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Girl Child


Rachna Sinha
Teacher, The Prep School

Girl Child
A girls is an essence of the life her laugher relieves a stressed father, a tired mother and a naughty brother, Such a child should be the focus of attention of any house. She should be the priority of each one of us. Her birth in the family should be welcomed. She should made strong by education and emotional support.
Not to be missed…Rani Laxmi Bai, Sarojani Naidu, Mother Teressa etc. are glowing and inspiring examples of women of substance. When given a congenial and unbiased environment, see how she blooms and becomes the strongest pillar of the society.

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Paradise


Manisha Singh
Teacher, The Prep School

God made little girls,
with laughing eyes and bouncy curls.
for the world when seen thorough little girls eyes greatly resembles ‘Paradise’.
So why is there a hue and cry?
“Beti Bachao Beti Padhao”
After all without girls.
How can the world be a Paradise???

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A child is a child


Monika G. Roy
Teacher, The Prep School

A child is a child. It does not matter whether it is a girl or a boy, One should start thinking of giving them proper knowledge, education, etc and at the same time they should be made so strong so that they can deal with situations created by boys.

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Why educate a girl child?


Priya Kumar
Teacher, The Prep School

When we educate a girl, we educate a whole family. An educated girl child forms a strong back bone for a happy home and in a larger perspective a progressive society, the economic independence of a girl is also imperative for her overall development.

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