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Term wise syllabus for Board Examinations to be held in the academic session 2021-22 for Secondary and Senior Secondary classes

Term wise syllabus for Board Examinations to be held in the academic session 2021-22 for Secondary and Senior Secondary classes   

HOW TO AVOID VECTOR BORNE DISEASES

HOW TO AVOID VECTOR BORNE DISEASES

Do’s and Don’ts for Managing fever Due to MALARIA, DENGUE, CHIKUNGUNYA

  • Closely observe symptoms as they develop once infected with the  virus.
  • Always see a doctor immediately if symptoms of a vector borne fever are suspected and do a diagnosis test.
  • Patients must intake lots of fluids regularly to stay hydrated as it causes dehydration.
  • Loss of plasma cells is one of the prominent symptoms of dengue. Eat immunity-boosting fruits, and drink fruit juices rich in Vitamin C.
  •  Patients must be kept isolated and monitored continuously. If symptoms worsen they should be taken to a nearby hospital immediately.
  • Drugs such as paracetamol for fever must only be given to patients only if a doctor prescribes it.
  • Spray aerosols during day time to keep the mosquitoes away.

 

HOW TO AVOID VECTOR BORNE DISEASES

Do’s and Don’ts for Preventing Dengue, Malaria, chikungunya

  • Prevent entry of mosquitoes by installing screens on windows
  • Use mosquito repellants like creams, mats and coils.
  • Dengue carrying mosquitoes have black and white stripes and bite mostly on the knees, legs, neck and ears. Therefore, protect against mosquito bites in these areas. .
  • Wear full-sleeved clothes
  • Eliminate all mosquito breeding sites and prevent water-logging in surroundings
  • Use mosquito nets on beds while sleeping
  • Clean water coolers and water tanks frequently and keep all water resources fully covered.
  • Dengue mosquitoes can breed only in clean water not in dirty water. Therefore, regularly clean your water storage containers.
  • Create awareness about the spread of vector borne diseases in your locality.
  • Educate children on symptoms and keep a close watch on their activities. 
  • Do not accumulate old tyres, water tanks, tubes, plastic containers, etc. as they act as breeding grounds for the mosquitoes.

 

School Mobile App

Dear Parents,

The School mobile app is activated for the session 2021 - 22. You can download the mobile app from the school website > student login.

The user id will be the student Admission number: for example: 7845

Password is child's Date of birth:
DD-MM-YYYY: 04-09-2000

Click on this link for further details.

https://www.bhatnagarinternationalschool.in/mobile-application.html

 

Bhatnagar International School, Vasant Kunj

 

 

 

  • Date : 17 Apr 2021

GREEN DIWALI 2020

GREEN DIWALI 2020   

Observing Teachers’ Day on 5th September

    

International Yoga Day Celebration – 2020

International Yoga Day Celebration – 2020

Fit India - International Yoga Day Celebration – 2020

    

Welcome Letter for New Parents

Dear Parents

The School mobile app and school website is activated for the session 2020 - 21. You can download mobile app from school website > student login.

The Class list with the Admission numbers have been uploaded on the school website in the CIRCULAR panel.


The user id will be the student Admission number: for example: 7633

Password is child's Date of birth:
DD-MM-YYYY: 04-09-2000

Check the school website (www.bhatnagarinternationalschool.in) for further details.

Bhatnagar International School

Vasant Kunj