Change is inevitable!

Change is inevitable!

“Keep some room in your heart for the unimaginable”, said Mary Oliver. The prevailing chaotic and fatal time was least anticipated. Man thought he is powerful and knowledgeable; he could overcome any crisis but nature has a different plan. Life slowed down but learning continued and will continue. Teachers were, are, and will always be […]

The Vote of Thanks

The Vote of Thanks

For which event you ask? It’s the “COVID OUTWITTED”! Where you ask? In the auditorium of your homes! When you ask? 40 days of lockdown! It is always my deepest honor, privilege, and pleasure to propose the vote of thanks, so much so that I’ve come to be known as the vote of thanks person! […]

My Experience with Quarantine

My Experience with Quarantine

Lockdown has unlocked many things and has given us the opportunity to explore ourselves and our community too!   It was unplanned; no stock of groceries, no stock of vegetables, no messages from household help or supplier of milk and life has suddenly paused.   We were better off at work as we had some […]

Exploring Robotics

Exploring Robotics

Robotics is the current buzz word in the industry and is bringing drastic changes to the world by its inventions. What is a Robot? What is a machine? A robot is a device which reduces human work. This is the definition we often see on google or assume it to be. So, here, each one […]

3D Printing in Education

3D Printing in Education

What is 3D printing? 3D Printing is a process of making a physical object from a three-dimensional digital model, typically by laying down many successive thin layers of material. 3D printing creates parts by melting and extruding filament through a nozzle.   Benefits of 3D Printing With the help of 3D printing, new prototypes can […]

The Language Mystery!

The Language Mystery!

Language comes spontaneously. It is developed and can’t be taught! A child under three years of age can easily construct the mechanism of language and speak any number of languages that are spoken around him/her. This begins in the subconscious mind and gets fixed permanently, making it unalterable. The child seems at standstill with a […]

Project Based Learning: A New Way of Sharing Knowledge

Project Based Learning: A New Way of Sharing Knowledge

Since its inception, CHIREC has always supported improved and enhanced teaching-learning strategies. Teachers at CHIREC have been continuously exploring new methods and ideas to impart the best knowledge to the students and make the learning process enriching and amusing. Unlike the age-old teaching-learning process, CHIREC has always chosen latest practices that are well organized and […]

Sustainable Activities of the Month

Sustainable Activities of the Month

For human civilization and the environment to co-exist, and to maintain the ecological balance, it is important to survive without compromising on the needs of future generations. Sustainability is understanding the impact humans have on earth, and what we leave for the generations to come. At CHIREC, we believe in educating students about sustainability not only to […]

Shifting towards educational equality

Shifting towards educational equality

IB 11 students, Devesh Bag and Aatif Akbar, have been volunteering with Teach for India for the last 5 months and have been actively contributing to an important social cause. Here is what they have to say about their journey with Teach For India: We volunteer for Teach For India, an organization that aims to […]

Understanding Teenage Depression

Understanding Teenage Depression

The period of adolescence can be compared with an “emotional roller coaster ride” wherein there are days of finding oneself on top of the world, days of feeling utterly low, moments of ecstasy, moments of fear and uncertainty, moments of thrill, confusion and the mood swinging like a pendulum. It is a period of transition […]