Monday, February 11, 2002, Chandigarh, India


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Farewell functions at schools
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, February 10
The outgoing batches of Kundan Vidya Mandir and Government Model Senior Secondary School, Punjab Agricultural University, were bid adieu at functions held here.

At Kundan Vidya Mandir, Class XI students hosted a party for outgoing seniors. The campus was abuzz with celebrations as a cultural programme was organised by students. The welcome dance was steered through by various foot tapping and fabulous presentations. A blend of Bollywood and Hollywood was artistically crafted in a musical item ‘Fusion’. Class XII students set the ramp on fire in a modelling contest. Finally, it was Maheshwar Gupta and Nikita Jain who were chosen Mr KVM and Ms KVM, respectively. Ms I. Kumar, Principal, wished good luck to the students.

At Government Senior Secondary School, PAU, students of Classes X and XII were bid adieu. The programme began with shabad recitation. Skit depicting influence of western culture was presented by the students of Classes IX and XI. Group song ‘Ud ud kare mera’ was sung by the girls. A choreography based on patriotic songs was also presented. The programme concluded with bhangra presented by Class XI boys. Ms Gurdip Kaur, Principal, asked the students to work hard to bring good results.


Tagore school organises function
Our Correspondent

Sahnewal, February 10
The Tagore International School organised its function on Saturday. The function was presided over by Mr K.L. Vatta and the prizes were distributed by Mr H.L. Aneja. In the beginning Harjot Kaur sang a welcome song. A fancy dress competition was also organised in which students of prenursery, KG and class I participated. The judges were Mr Bikram Singh, Ms Harjeet Kaur and Ms Sonika Bhardwaj.

Arsh, Shresht and Simarjit were declared first, Sukhpreet, Neha and Vinay came second and Amarjit, Ravinder and Jashanpreet came on the third position.

Parampreet and Nisha Bhardwaj performed a solo dance. A poem was recited by Nikhita and Davinder. Rupi Jindal and Karanpreet too sang a song.

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