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Basketball globally has for decades been the epicenter of sports and entertainment. So it came as no surprise when local entertainment industry players and basket ballers founded the Entertainment for Fun with Basketball Tournament in 2013.

We came up with the programme that hosts a basketball tournament in H.S. Public School, attracting basketball lovers for a good cause. The aim is to create an event that would create a platform for basket ballers to grow their talent while having fun as well. We also got well-wishers and friends to contribute funds, clothes and food stuff that would be used as proceeds to help the less fortunate.

In 2013 the tournament has picked up with major sponsors coming on HSPS with the aim of developing the sport with the education, school team also want to host a tournament so we decided to this

When social scientists speak of "good research" the guidelines refer to how the science is mentioned and understood.


It does not refer to how what the results are but how they are figured. Glenn Firebaugh summarizes the principles for good research in his book Seven Rules for Social Research. The first rule is that "There should be the possibility of surprise in social research." As Firebaugh elaborates: "Rule 1 is intended to warn that you don't want to be blinded by preconceived ideas so that you fail to look for contrary evidence, or you fail to recognize contrary evidence when you do encounter it, or you recognize contrary evidence but suppress it and refuse to accept your findings for what they appear to say."

In addition, good research will "look for differences that make a difference" (Rule 2) and "build in reality checks" (Rule 3). Rule 4 advises researchers to replicate, that is, "to see if identical analyses yield similar results for different samples of people" (p. 90). The next two rules urge researchers to "compare like with like" (Rule 5) and to "study change" (Rule 6); these two rules are especially important when researchers want to estimate the effect of one variable on another (e.g. how much does college education actually matter for wages?). The final rule, "Let method be the servant, not the master," reminds researchers that methods are the means, not the end, of social research; it is critical from the outset to fit the research design to the research issue, rather than the other way around.

Explanations in social theories can be idiographic or nomothetic. An idiographic approach to an explanation is one where the scientists seek to exhaust the idiosyncratic causes of a particular condition or event, i.e. by trying to provide all possible explanations of a particular case. Nomothetic explanations tend to be more general with scientists trying to identify a few causal factors that impact a wide class of conditions or events. For example, when dealing with the problem of how people choose a job, idiographic explanation would be to list all possible reasons why a given person (or group) chooses a given job, while nomothetic explanation would try to find factors that determine why job applicants in general choose a given job.

Research in science and in social science is a long, slow and difficult process that sometimes produces false results because of methodological weaknesses and in rare cases because of fraud, so that reliance on any one study is inadvisable.

The Singing Competition in H.S. Public School


The singing competition for standard I and II was held on 11th August 2015. This helped the children to showcase their talent and gain confidence. It was surprising to hear them sing songs of the 60’s and 70’s. Their performance was par excellence and was thoroughly appreciated by all.

The management committee of H.S. Public School has decided that such competitions happen every year in school, so in the month of August, we do singing competition.

AT students show considerably higher intelligence score gains


Once you officially become a student, you enter a whole new world of learning activities, teaching styles, and assessment methods. Academic credits or university credits are also an important part of national and international education you will need to know more about, as it will help you better understand how your progress is evaluated during your studies or how you can transfer credits to study at a university abroad.

An academic credit system is a standard used by universities to measure and assess students’ work and effort during their Bachelor, Master or PhD programme. It's important to understand how credits work and how credits from one academic system are converted to credits from other credit systems (if possible). Sometimes students need to take preparation courses in order to meet starting credit requirements needed for university admission.

Therefore we decided to prepare our students for achieving higher score in their academic records and We continue to do educational activities for our students, so that they progress in their educational level.

Top Motivational Speech Topics for Students


  • Being a Winner
  • Team Building Activities
  • The Future
  • Saving the World
  • Being a Better Role Model to our Children
  • Controlling your Tongue
  • Patience, Positive Thinking
  • Discipline Techniques
  • Being Confident

On 27/12/2017 Seminar on Motivation is organized at our school with the valuable support of Hari Singh Charitable & Educational Trust. Interested students are requested to remain present at Sports Complex .

Motivational seminars have an impact on educational life and personal life of students, so school management have been required twice in year in school.

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