Effective Communication

Communication is a key to any relationship on earth, whether personal or corporate. An effective communicator is steadfast in his ideas and communicates clearly to the receiver. In addition to verbal communication, non-verbal communication is also crucial in communication process. Our body language and gestures have the power of reflecting our actual confidence level and sincerity.

Some vital points to be noted for typical performance before a group of audience are
Posture – The way of carrying ourselves matters. An erect posture would help you display confidence in tone and subject matter that is proposed.
Relaxed Gestures – Gestures are integral part of words spoken. Ensure free movement of hands and open up your thoughts in a more assuring way. Occupying more space and moving freely breaks the ice with the audience.
Eye Contact – Exhibiting proper eye contact is the basic necessity for any communication. If it is an audience group shift of eye contact from time to time covering everybody is the secret of trapping their attention.
Apart from these, speaking about genuine things and a personal agreement of the points presented gives an innate confidence and it would make our presentation more and more effective.

Pongal Celebrations

  On the eve of Pongal holidays, Yuvabharathi Public school celebrated Pongal festival at the school campus. The students carried out all necessary tasks with a bubbling enthusiasm. They drew kolams all around the ground and helped teachers in preparing for Pongal. A model hut was made with coconut leaves, and offerings was made to God with all ingredients a perfect pooja would have.


The celebrations also included old south Indian traditional games which the students enjoyed playing.





These adorable cultural celebrations make us remember our ancestors and their lifestyle 

Tribute to the Mathematical Legend

Today, December 22, is the 126th birth day of the peerless numerical  brilliant Srinivasa Ramanujan. On this day let us know the less-known fact that the native of this genius is Erode, the district near to Coimbatore. Also this day is declared as ‘National Mathematics Day’ by our honorable Prime Minister last year as an act of recognition for his contribution to the field of Mathematics.

Listening Skills.

                   Listening is a crucial factor in effective communication. The aim of any communication is to transfer the message to the receiver effectively. Proper listening keeps the conversation alive and serves the ultimate purpose of communication.
A research states that 70% of adults time is spent in some sort of communication out of which approximately 45% is spent listening.  A good listener always grasps the point easily and make the communication fruitful. Listening is, in fact, different from hearing. Listening requires at most concentration and patience of allowing the speaker to complete the point.
It is one of the most necessary interpersonal skills that helps the students to master the language. Accent, vocabulary and tone of any language can be acquired by continual listening to experts speak. A good speaker can sense the actual listeners even among a huge crowd easily by noticing the gestures of an attentive listener.
Yuvabharathi Public School is equipped with a language lab which serves as a platform for developing communication skills of the students.

Creativity Part II

A research shows that every one possess the ability to be creative. 
Yuvabharathi Public School provides a platform for the students to showcase their creativity in different form.
Yuvabharathi Students performed various activities on the topic “Creativity” through our assembly session held this week.  
  • One of the student through her speech quoted on the ability of Master.Sushant who created breath-operated wheel chair for physically challenged and later referred to J.K. Rowling’s creative writing skills which placed her on the peak of fame. 
  • A group of students enacted a skit that portrayed world-renowned Walt Disney’s efforts in his life
Overall, students felt the necessity of being creative in their day-to-day activities.