Sports and Physical Education

Video education workshop 2020

By OM_stationery | Jun 22, 2020

Hello Educators, 

How are you doing? How is your online teaching going on? What kind of problems are you facing now?

We have started a social initiative to help and support School teachers, Educators, schools, college lectures to teach online during these global pandemic. 

So many teachers in India have adopted to teach online using live conferencing tools like Zoom, Google Meet, WebEx. Most of teacher, lecturers have learned to teach online using video conferencing tools. 

But there are so many cons of teaching and studying using video conferencing apps. 


This site includes word search puzzles covering a variety of topics appropriate for primary grade, middle school and high school students, but many of the topics will be of interest to puzzle-engaged adults as well.

Ashish Sharma

I have worked on this topic with the teachers and students of grades 5 to 12 in different schools. In the lower classes we talked about students’ knowledge of the solar system, planets, stars, celestial bodies, constellations, phases of Moon, eclipses, with which many superstitions are associated and are present everywhere in society. Generally, astronomy is seen as another branch of science, but my experiments with teaching science through it have got positive results.

Aditi Mutatkar and Akash Lugun


as told to Preethi Mathani

Rohan Bopanna

To feel a sense of pride and self confidence, to be able to represent India at the Davis Cup, to hear the pride in my parents’ voice, to experience a sense of personal contentment and to have the ability to give back to the people and sport that have formed an integral component of my being-these are priceless for me, Rohan Bopanna, a professional tennis player.

Aditi Mutatkar

Badminton is not just my game, it’s what defines me. It makes me who I am.

as told to Natasha Kini


If anyone ever told me about eight years ago that I would be the best junior golfer in the country I would have laughed. Having been born and brought up in a village (Rangegowdanna Doddi) near Bangalore to a family that did not have much, being a professional golfer was far from a dream.

Kruttika Nadig

Professional sports and schooling rarely rub shoulders in the Indian context. Most schools are happy to see their students bring back inter-school shields and trophies but the enthusiasm generally wanes there. One can hardly expect much more from a marks-oriented system where extracurriculars are dispensable embellishments on one’s CV.

Saumil Majumdar

This note takes a look at the hard reality of school sports across the country and recommends the interventions needed to ensure schools develop a generation of healthier, fitter and physically active children.

Hriday Kant Dewan and Preeti Misra


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