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Report writing is an attempt to gather information about an event, incident or accident from the persons concerned, the parties involved, the victims and authorities. The third person point of view ensures objectivity in report.


A  few Tips

The general kinds of reports  are--

1.     Reporting for a newspaper

2.     Reporting for a magazine

3.     Reporting in the assembly


The format

1.For newspaper:

Heading, By-line, Place, date, and responses to the questions what, where, when, who, how

2.For School magazine:

Heading, By-line and responses to the questions what, where, when, who, how (if it is a description of event)

3. For reporting in the assembly:

Salutation, self introduction and the responses to the questions what, where, who, when and how




“Science holds India’s future” – Kalam

(by Nilesh)

Delhi, Dec 10. It is science that holds the destiny of India’s future says Dr. A.P. J. Abdul Kalam.

Inaugurating a science exhibition in one of the schools here,  Dr. Kalam said that students will have to study science for its own sake and not for becoming a doctor or an engineer. “The development of the country much depends on the Scientists who could help solve problems faced by the nation in different fields” The dream of every citizen to see India as a super power will soon be fulfilled if the students’ energy and enthusiasm are properly channelised.      

The exhibition was organized under the aegis of Lion’ Club of Agra. Earlier during the day, he visited an orphanage and spoke to the children for over an hour and lunched with them




Exhibition inaugurated

(by Savan)


Ahmedabad, July 10. - A grand ten-day science exhibition was inaugurated at Kendriya Vidyalaya No 1 Shahibaug here yesterday. Forty Five schools from different parts of the state are participating in the exhibition. The theme of the exhibition is “Water Conservation”. “We hope this exhibition focuses on the need of the hour” said Dr. Natarajan, the convener of this exhibition.

Inaugurating the exhibition Mr. Justice Chauhan (IRS) stressed on the need of students’ participation in creating social awareness on vital issues. Mr. Feroz Khan, the Principal had made arrangements for the exhibition.


Reporting for school Magazine:



          Reported by- Akash Troop Captain


Forty students of our school NCC unit guided by Mr. Kiran Makwana, Programme Officer went on a ten-day trekking camp to Forests of Gir during summer holidays. We set out from our school campus on 10th of May in a specially arranged bus.  We went up to the edge of the forest in the bus.  We started walking from there with the essential things packed in our hold-all.  We reached the wild areas of the forest by evening. We raised our tent in convenient places near a River .  We prepared our dinner, dined in the moonlight and had a comfortable sleep. For the next 8 days we trekked around the near by hills.  It was a wonderful outdoor experience for the students. We returned to campus safely on 22nd of May.




(By Prakash)

Unjha, March 15, 750 people were benefited in the one-day medical camp organized jointly by the Lions Club and Apollo Hospitals, Ahmedabad. 50 Doctors with an equal number of Paramedical staff went to Bhandu Village, 12 km from here.  The village had recently been affected by Malaria.  The state health department had conducted a similar medical camp ten days ago. Speaking to the press persons the head of the medical team Dr. Palak said the lack of basic amenities could be one possible reason for the outburst.  He also said that his medical team would conduct a similar medical camp after a fortnight.Lt. Dr. Sadanand Yadav, Chairman of the Unjha Chapter of the Lions’ Club had made elaborate arrangements for the camp.



(by Naresh)

          Gandhi Nagar, 28 Dec, 2019. A career-counseling camp was organized for the students of class 12 of Kendriya Vidyalaya No 1 Shahibaug.

          Sri. Aditya Agrawal, Professor of Gujarat University, inaugurated the counseling session. He expressed his views on the need for career counseling. He told that for the outgoing students of a school, career guidance is very essential.

          Mr.M R Chaudhary, career counselor, talked to individuals and clarified their doubts. He explained the career avenues after 12th class. He briefed about the unknown and unpopular courses and areas and distributed many pamphlets related to different careers and higher education complied from various sources.

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