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Hi, I am Innoscent Incense Sticks. I am now in all homes.Vidyadhiraja School has sent me to every house to make it scented with fragrance. The children have worked hard to make me. In a short period of time they have sold even 12 kg of my incandescence. Now I am there in all homes at Bhandup. They say that a community can be made self-reliant with the knowledge of making me in large volumes. When I hear people praising my quality, I am in the skies. Even though I am short-lived, my aroma is everlasting. Thank You for accepting me among all my branded sisters and brothers.
Sankalp kakade, Std Vll
With wishes so divine
Buried in their heart.
They pray keeping the INNOSCENT incense stick
That is as innocent as their wishes
By spreading the Divine fragrance
For their wishes to be fruitful.
Ransom Roche std Vll
I – INNOCENT STICKS
N – NICE AND POWERFUL
N – NO CHEMICALS
O – ONLY Rs 20
S – SCENT IS NICE
C – CHILDREN MAKE IT
E – EVERYONE LIKES IT
N – NOT AT ALL HARMFUL
T – TRY THIS ONCE,YOU FEEL THE INNOSCENCE
CHIRAG AHIRE Std VII
MAKING PAPER-PENS- AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE
ONE DAY IN JULY, OUR CLASS TEACHER MRS SHRUTI KIRLOSKAR, THE CO-ORDINATOR OF THE SCHOOL ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE , INTRODUCED THE IDEA OF STARTING INCENSE STICK MAKING PROJECT AND ABOUT RAISING THE CAPITAL FOR THAT. MY FRIENDS AND I DISCUSSED ABOUT THE SAME DURING THE RECESS AND CAME UP WITH THE IDEA OF MAKING PAPER PENS TO RAISE THE INITIAL CAPITAL. WE TOLD THE TEACHER ABOUT THIS AND SHE GOT IMPRESSED. WITH THE CONSENT OF OUR PRINCIPAL WE STARTED IT THE NEXT DAY ITSELF.IT WAS A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE.I ENJOYED A LOT IN MAKING PAPER PENS. WE USED NEWSPAPER FOR MAKING PENS. WE MADE AROUND 300PENS IN 2 TO 3 DAYS. SELLING PENS IS A VERY EXCITING EXPERIENCE. EVERY MOMENT WE WORKED HARD. I FEEL VERY HAPPY THAT OUR PENS ARE ECOFRIENDLY. THE PROFIT WE GAINED FROM THIS PROJECT WAS USED AS THE CAPITAL FOR INNOSCENT INCENSE STICKS. I FEEL HAPPY SEEING OUR INNOSCENT BUSINESS GETTING PROSPEROUS DAYBY DAY.LIKE THIS WE WILL COME UP WITH MANY ECOFRIENDLY PRODUCTS IN FUTURE WITH THE MOTTO OF SAVING OUR ENVIRONMENT.
ANANJANA VINOJKUMAR STDVII
The smell in nose,
The aroma afresh
Around the house.
Goes and goes
From evening till night,
Our wishes to God
As a bright pride.
Goes and goes
Our endless prayer
To appeal our deity
With INNOSCENT STICKS.
RUKSAR KHAN VII
I would like to define INNOSCENT INCENSE STICKS as Indian natural fragrance that sweeten the air with their unbeatable aroma.Through this project ous school has found an excellent way to spread this DIVINE aroma to every house, every nookand corner of our community. Excellent effort.
HARSH RAI STD VII
SHRADDHA SINGH STDVII
You may never know what results come of your action, but if you do nothing there will be no result.
WE PAY OUR TRIBUTE TO THE LOTUS FEET OF THE MOST BENEVOLENT HUMAN BEING THE WORLD HAS EVER SEEN, MAHATMA GANDHI, THROUGH OUR COMMUNITY WORKSHOP IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE BUSINESS ENTERPRISE CHALLENGE, TO PROPAGATE THE DIGNITY OF LABOUR.
AS OUR FIRST EFFORT TO TRAIN THE COMMUNITY, WE ORGANISED A WORKSHOP FOR THE GENERAL PTA MEMBERS OF THE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ON 3RD OCTOBER 2012. THIS WAS ALSO IN CONNECTION WITH THE BIRTHDAY CELEBRATIONS OF MAHATMA GANDHI (OCTOBER 2), PROPAGATING THE MESSAGE OF DIGNITY OF LABOUR. THIS WORKSHOP PROVED TO BE USEFUL IN ERADICATING THE AMBIGUITIES OF THE PARENTS REGARDING THE BUSINESS. THE CO-ORDINATOR GAVE PARENTS TRAINING IN MAKING INCENSE STICKS.THEY GOT INTERESTED AND EVEN TOOK UP THE RESPONSIBILITY OF INTRODUCING OUR PRODUCT IN THEIR NEIGHBOURHOOD. THIS GAVE AN IMPETUS TO OUR BUSINESS. WE LOOK FORWARD TO CONDUCT MORE WORKSHOPS TO REACH THE COMMUNITY AT LARGE.
INNOSCENT— INCENSE STICKS
The excitement of participating in the School Business Enterprise Programme had all the dimensions of an ocean.
We are unaware of the ends and the beginning. I just found ourselves tossed and lashed by the waves. While navigating across the project of making incense sticks we met a lot of budding entrepreneurs, social worker, community helpers all of them who were willing to share their knowledge and provide tips for succeeding. But we also met with considerable oppositions from parents and the immediate community. They believed that the students of the school were weaved away from the actual purpose of education in their classrooms. It is to the credit of all staff members of the school that they convinced the parents and community members of the objectives of the programme and the outcome expected. With the members of the workshop and training programmes for parents and the community members the mood is now calm and receptive to the idea of developing a community workshop center with the profits earned from the Business Enterprise.
Our students and teachers have benefited immensely to learn of the research and development aspect of making the incense sticks and the vagaries of a business enterprise.