Sunday 9 February 2014

National Public School Talent Show Soham Gupta Class 2nd A

National Public School Talent Show
Soham Gupta Class 2nd A
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Soham Gupta Class 2nd A
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Tuesday 24 December 2013

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Thursday 19 December 2013

Fibre To Fabric for Class 6 CBSE NCERT

Fibre To Fabric

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Fiber to Fabric Book
Fibres and Fabrics
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Easier - Fiber is a long, thin strand or thread of material. Fabric is a cloth material made by weaving or knitting threads together.

Harder - Fiber is a hairlike strand of material. It is a substance that is extremely long in relation to its width, at least 100 times longer than it is wide. A fiber is the smallest visible unit of any textile product. Fibers are flexible and may be spun into yarn and made into fabrics.

Fibers naturally occur in both plants and animals. More than half of the fibers produced are natural fibers. Natural fibers include cotton, hair, fur, silk, and wool. Other fibers are manufactured. There are two types of manufactured fibers: regenerated fibers and synthetic fibers. Regenerated fibers are made from natural materials by processing these materials to form a fiber structure. Also called cellulosics, regenerated fibers are derived from the cellulose in cotton and wood pulp. Rayon and acetate are two common regenerated fibers.

Synthetic fibers are made entirely from chemicals. Synthetic fibers are usually stronger than either natural or regenerated fibers. Synthetic fibers and the regenerated acetate fiber are thermoplastic; they are softened by heat. Therefore manufacturers can shape these fibers at high temperatures, adding such features as pleats and creases. Synthetic fibers will melt if touched with too hot an iron. The most widely used kinds of synthetic fibers are nylon (polyamide), polyester, acrylic, and olefin.


You know that fibres are what fabrics are made of. Just look at the fabric of the dress
you are wearing. It is made of the thread prepared from small fibres. Just pull out a 
thread from a piece of fabric and open it up by untwisting. You will see those small
fibres. You do know that there are a large number of fibres available to us and from
which a variety of fabrics are made. This is why in any cloth shop you find such a
variety of fabrics on the shelves of cloth shops in the market.
In this lesson we want you to get all the knowledge and acquire skills needed to
recognize the fabric you want to buy by associating it with its specific properties and
assessing its suitability to specific uses. You are familiar with the variety of uses
various fabrics have in our daily life. The study of fibres and fabrics gives us the
complete knowledge of properties and uses of various fabrics available in the market.
This knowledge will help us to choose wisely the fabric we require and make the best
use of it after purchase.
After studying this lesson, you will be able to :
• discuss the functions of clothing and other household uses of fabrics;
• explain that the basic unit of a fabric is fibre which can be obtained from many


• state typical characteristics of different fabrics;
• identify fibres and fabrics on the basis of visual examination and non technical
• elaborate the process of yarn making and fabric construction;
• differentiate fabrics made from different yarns and tell their end uses;
• select fabrics for personal and household use. 
i) Fibres from Natural Sources: All the fibres obtained from nature, i.e., plants
or animals, are known as natural fibres. e.g. cotton, wool, linen, silk, etc. Fibres
obtained from plant source are called cellulosic fibre e.g., cotton and linen. The
fibres that come from animal sources are also known as protein fibres, e.g.,
wool and silk.
Sources of commonly used natural fibres are shown below in Fig. 10.2.
Cotton pods and ball Sheep Silkworm
Cotton Wool Silk
Fig. 10.2: Sources of natural fibres – Cotton, Wool and Silk
ii) Man-Made fibres: The fibres which are made in laboratories using chemicals
are known as man-made fibres and these are of following two types:
a) Regenerated fibres – These fibres are made from extremely small cotton
fibres or any other fibre source such as wood pulp, milk protein, etc.
Chemicals are used to dissolve these and the solution is then converted into
solid fibres. Examples are rayon (cellulose out of viscose/acetate/triacetate)
of different types, casein fibre (from milk) and soya bean fibre.
b) Synthetic fibres - These are made using various petrochemical products.
Nylon, acrylic and polyester are all synthetic fibres.

Fibre to Fabric ( Class 6 )

Fibre to Fabric – Wool and Silk

The different videos in this topic explain important aspects of animal fibres like wool and silk. It covers the processing of wool, silk fibres i.e. how wool and silk yarn are obtained and also gives clear idea of about importance and characteristics of these animal fibres in very simple manner. This topic is meant for 

Fibre, Yarn and Fabric

The different videos in this topic explain about one of the basic needs of life, clothing. It explains several important aspects like importance of clothing, how fabrics are made from the various fibres e.g. cotton, history of clothing etc. in simple story like presentations. Lessons provide brief details about cotton and jute fibres like processing 

Yash Raj Kandya
Student of Class 6
National Public School Indore 452005

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YashRaj Kandya
Student of Class 6
National Public School Indore 452005

Tuesday 17 December 2013

Fun with Magnets.: CBSE NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 13:

Fun with Magnets

Fun with Magnets.: CBSE NCERT Class VI Science Lesson 13:

Magnet Experiment Physics
Science Experiments on Magnets
Neodymium Magnets
About Magnets
Cool Experiments
Magnetism Experiments
Project on Magnetism

NCERT Class VI Science textbook:

Lesson 13: Fun with Magnets.


1.Question. Fill in the blanks in the following.

Answer.(a) Artificial Magnets are made in different shapes such as (Bar Magnet, horse, shoe and cylindrical).
       (b) The materials which are attracted towards a  Magnet are called (Magnetic).
       (c) Paper is not a (Magnetic) material.
       (d) In olden days, sailors used to find direction suspending a piece of (Magnet).
       (e) A Magnet always has (two) Poles.

2.Question. State whether the following statements are True or False. 

(1) A Cylindrical Magnet has only one Pole. (False)
(2) Artificial Magnets were discovered in Greece. (False)
(3) Similar Poles of  Magnet repel each other. (True)
(4) Maximum iron filings stick in the middle of a bar Magnet when it is brought near them. (False) 
(5) Bar Magnet always point towards North_South direction. (False)
(6) A compass can be used to find East_west direction at any place.(True)
(7) Rubber is a Magnetic material.(False)               

3.Question. It was observed that a pencil sharpener gets attracted by both the Poles of 
a Magnet although its body is made of plastic. Name a material that might have been used to make some part of it.Answer. Iron.
4.Question. Writ any two properties of a Magnet.

Answer.(a) Attracts objects made of iron, nickle or cobalt.
       (b) Direct North_South direction.

5.Question. Where are Poles of a bar Magnet located?

Answer.On two ends of the bar Magnet.

Master YashRaj Kandya
Student of Class 6
National Public School Indore 452005

Magnetism Experiments,
Project on Magnetism,

Thursday 7 February 2013

Short Term Courses

This summer Ifocus institute of computer studies going to rock So be ready all students for joining this camp and making ur summer wonderful.

Certificate in Creative computer courses :

3D Animation
Interior Designing
Visual Effects
Graphic Designing
Corel draw
Adobe Photoshop
Duration : 6month         

Certificate in Audio-Video computer courses  :

Recording the Voice
Record own voice using Microphone
Convert Text to Audio file using Specialized software
Editing the AVI file
Dubbing the Voice using the wave file
Make your own AVI files

Duration : 4month                  


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Technologies Overview
Animation & Visual Effects

Duration : 6 month

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Short Term Courses

We offer the following certificate & diploma courses.The following courses are available:

Digital media (Diploma)
Visualisation (Certificate)
Design Fundamentals (Diploma)
Communication Studies (Diploma)
Film –Making (Diploma)
Audio & Music Courses (Diploma)
3D Animation Advance (Diploma)
Certificate Course In Visualization

This course is designed for the purpose of Data Visualization, as processing information revolves around in-depth analysis and communication. Individuals need not possess a technical background in the field of data analysis to avail the benefits of this course. The information provided is analyzed and assessed to identify the presence of interesting structures and patterns in the data. Further, the results obtained from this analysis require to be put across effectively for communication purposes. Thereby, this certification course involves improving the effectiveness of of data processing through practical, visual and a practical approach towards analyzing and communicating data. This process allows transforming data or information into knowledge, which is a highly transitional process.

This data visualization course is ideal for all the individuals, who involve themselves in data collection, data analysis and data interpretation. It is also suitable for those who are accountable to communicate the data across diverse and vast audience.

Course Of Digital Media (Diploma)

Diploma in Digital Media is specially designed to add essence to the present experience and education of the students. This builds on their qualification and knowledge, and further enables them to experiment, innovate and pursue their projects, take it on to a greater level, which results in creation of excellent work. There are four modules in this course:
STUDIO-This is the basic module of this course, which consists of three different phases including:

Industry projects – This involves completion of two different projects for real industrial clients
Group projects – Involves working in teams to solve three important briefs
Foundation studies – Here students can learn design skills to enhance their communication, conceptual and research abilities.

PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE – This module helps the students prepare themselves for employment and includes all the required details regarding freelancing.

ART HISTORY – With this, students can discover the key artistic talents of various artists and their work, along with art movements and other related topics for discussion.

DESIGN HISTORY – Here, students can explore significant design figures, icons and movements of the twentieth century designs.

Certificate Course In DTP (Desk Top Publishing)

DTP is purely a job-oriented course, wherein all the students can easily learn about the most fundamental computer job works and applications. This course includes various Photo Editing software, such as Desktop Designing Software, CorelDraw, PageMaker and Photoshop. Students who are interested in the field of multimedia and animation ought to learn this course, which will help them pursue higher studies in the animation & multimedia field as well.

Personality Development

·         Communication
·         Stress management
·         Presentation Skills
·         Interview skills
·         Discussion making
·         Self- Developmen
·         Time Management
·         Group Discussions
·         Public Speaking
·         Positive thinking
·         Creative thinking

Soft Skills

•             Self-Development
•             Time Management
•             Group Discussions
•             Public Speaking
•             Positive thinking
•             Creative thinking
•             Communication
•             Stress management
•             Presentation Skills
•             Interview skills
•             Discussion making

Personality Development- Advanced

*Personality Development
**Confidence Building
**Business Etiquette
**Corporate Grooming
**International Etiquette
**Social Etiquette
**Dining Etiquette / Table Manners
**Gentlemen Etiquette
**Ladies Etiquette
**English Voice / Accent
**Dress Code
**Presentation Skills
**Personal Counselling

International Etiquette

·     Etiquette related to the specific country.
·     Behavior Dress Sense and Mannerisms as per the country.
·     Understanding Religious beliefs, food habits, traditions, culture and mentality of the specific country
·     Country specific Business etiquette and communication skills

Personal Grooming

·  Self skin care & Hair care
·  Self facial
·  Self Waxing
·  Self pedicure & manicure
·  Self hair style
·  Self makeup
·  Saree tying

Basic Photography

From the start of the course, students will have to possess the qualities and perseverance necessary to think out the box, from a commercial and creative point of view. Photography employs many methods, both practical and technical, using analogue and digital technology.
The aim of this course is to give young students the ability to learn the core elements of photography so that they can access specialised diplomas and enter the major art schools in France. This course helps students develop their skills in photography and focus their passion towards a specialisation.

Web Technology & Multimedia

Web Technology,
Flash basic,
Dream Weaver,
Sound Forge,
About CD/DVD Writer,
Play Movie,

Elective Subjects

a) Lettering and Typography,
b) Illustration,
c) Photography,
d) Computer Graphics,
e) Exhibition Design and Display

Interior Design Basic

The course prepares a technical figure, able to design and realise furnishings for (mainly private) homes, in a structural and decorative sense. The student who chooses the course for Interior Designer Base analyses the functional aspects of these structures and learns about implemental techniques and the organisational aspect of a project.

Advance Course Fine Arts

·         Foundation
Color Theory / Pencil Shading / Perspective & Outdoor / Human Anatomy
·         Applied art
Design & Layout / Advertising / Printing / Digital Illustration / Cartoon & Caricature
·         Sculpting
Clay Modelling / Wax Modelling
·         Painting
Pencil Color / Water Color / Poster Color /
Oil Color

Contact Us

Company name : I Focus Institute Of Computer Studies
Contact Person : Ms. Lisa Roy
Telephone :  +(91)-(731)-2591127
Mobile / Cell Phone :  +(91) -  8305959967
Address : No. 86 - B, Sanchar Nagar Extension, Kanadia Road,
Indore - 452 001, Madhya Pradesh, India

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