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The official radio station of The Fabindia School; lessons, stories and media for the community. The Fabindia School's mission is to provide access to high-quality education for boys and girls at the rural level using English as the medium of instruction. The school views primary education as a major stepping stone towards social mobility, equality and employment opportunities. Since its inception, the school has been committed to encouraging education for girls. A co-ed private school for pre-school through Class XII, located in Bali Rajasthan, the school champions innovation in learning.
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Episode #9; Shivani Rao shares the divisibility rule for 6 and 9. These rules help us quickly determine if a number can be divided by 6 and 9 without doing a long division.
Episode #3: Urvish Singh shares the Earth's story, the third planet from the Sun and the only astronomical object known to harbour life. About 29% of Earth's surface is land consisting of continents and islands. The remaining 71% is covered with water, mostly by oceans, seas, gulfs, and other saltwater bodies and lakes, rivers, and freshwater, which together constitute the hydrosphere. Much of Earth's polar regions are covered in ice. Earth's outer layer is divided into several rigid tectonic plates that migrate across the surface over many millions of years. Earth's interior remains active with a solid iron inner core, a liquid outer core that generates Earth's magnetic field, Earth's atmosphere consists mostly of nitrogen and oxygen. More solar energy is received by tropical regions than polar regions and is redistributed by atmospheric and ocean circulation. Greenhouse gases also play an important role in regulating surface temperature. A region's climate is determined by latitude and elevation and by proximity to moderating oceans, among other factors. Extreme weather, such as tropical cyclones and heatwaves, occurs in most areas and greatly impacts life.
Episode #2: Urvish Singh Chauhan helps us understand the Solar system: The collection of eight planets and their moons in orbit around the sun, together with smaller bodies in the form of asteroids, meteoroids, and comets. Planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune; Inner planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars; and Outer planets: Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
Episode #1: Byju Joseph shares more about the Sun, the ultimate source of energy. Production of energy in the sun; The distance from the earth; The revolution of the sun; The structure of the sun; and NASA's Parker Solar Probe mission.
Episode #5: Aysha Tak पठन कौशल का महत्व - इसके अंतर्गत बच्चों में पठन कौशल का विकास करने के लिए उनमें सुनने की आदत विकसित करना बहुत जरूरी होता है। पठन कौशल हमारे जीवन में बहुत जरूरी होता है और उसके फायदे बताए गए हैं।
Episode #4: Urmila Rathod - कविता वाचन एक कला है जो जन्मजात या कुदरती होती है। निरन्तर अभ्यास से इसे अर्जित भी किया जा सकता है। कविता पाठ से श्रोताओं को प्रभावित करना भी कला का एक अभिन्न अंग है।
Episode #8; Manisha Deora shares an easy trick to learn the 11 times multiplication table. If you do this many times and practice it, you will eventually start seeing the pattern within the numbers, this will help you learn the 11 times multiplication table very easily.
Episode #3: Urmila Rathore एक अच्छा श्रोता ही एक अच्छा वक्ता बनता है,  अतः श्रवण कौशल छात्रों को एकाग्रचित्त, समझने की शक्ति एवं भाषायी कौशल में निपुण बनाता है। साथ ही उसकी मानसिक शक्ति को बढ़ावा देता है।
Hindi Channel Episode #2: Rajeshwari Rathore कक्षा में कहानी वाचन का क्या महत्व है व कहानी वाचन करते समय क्या- क्या सावधानियां रखनी चाहिए।
Hindi Channel Episode #1: Krishan Gopal Dave explains 'Hindi Varnmala'. हिंदी वर्णमाला में विभिन्न वर्णों की जानकारी यथा- स्वर, स्पर्श, अंतस्थ और उष्म व्यंजन।
Episode #11: Suresh Singh Negi shares a trick about the number 15. Follow the six steps and do the calculations. The final answer will be 15.
Episode # 10: Prerna Rathod shares the difference between 2D Shapes and 3D Shapes. This will help you to understand and categorise a shape or an object as 2D or 3D in shape.
Episode #7: Shivani Rao shares divisibility rule for 4 and 5. These rules help us to quickly determine if a number can be divided by 4 and 5 without doing long division.
Episode #6:Suresh Singh Negi shares a trick by using this trick you know about your family members. Follow the seven steps and do the calculations.
Episode #5: Prerna Rathod shares a Trick " Answer is 3".  Follow the four steps and do the calculations. After doing the calculations, your answer will always be 3.
Episode #4: Manisha Deora shares an easy trick to learn the 9 times multiplication table. If you do this many times and practice it, you will eventually start seeing the pattern within the numbers and it will help you to learn the multiplication table.
Mathematics  Channel Episode #3; Shivani Rao shares divisibility rule for 2 and 3. These rules help us to quickly determine if a number can be divided by 2 and 3 without doing long division.
Mathematics Channel 4 Episode #2: Suresh Singh Negi share a trick by using this trick you can find the age of any person, but this trick will do work only in 2021. Follow the six steps and do the calculations.
Mathematics Channel Episode #1: Prerna Rathod shares a Trick with your Age. Follow the four steps and do the calculations. The final answer will have your age at the start and end of the answer.
Episode#9: Kavitha Devda shares what are nouns. Nouns are the names given to persons, places, animals and things. There are so many people around us. All of them have names.  Man, girl, teacher, doctor are names of persons.  City, classroom, hospital, park are names of places.  Elephant, cow, tiger, dog are names of animals.  Mat, book, table, cap are names of things. 1. Proper noun- The special name given to any person, place, animal, or thing is a proper noun. Proper nouns always begin with a capital letter.  Ex. Rahul, Priya, Delhi, Mumbai, Tommy, Fluffy etc.  2. Common nouns- Ordinary names of persons, places, animals and things are called common nouns. Ex. Dog, man, house, bus etc.  3. Collective nouns-Names given to groups of persons, animals, and things form collective nouns. Ex. An army of soldiers, A crowd of people, A choir of singers etc. Here army, crowd and choir are the words used for a group of people.  A pride of lions, A troop of monkeys and A swarm of bees etc.  Here pride, troop and swarm are used for a group of animals.  A bunch of keys, A bowl of rice, A bouquet etc.  Here bunch, bowl and bouquet are used for a group of things. 
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