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From Schools
Debate marks seminar on cleanliness 
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, April 20
A seminar on cleanliness was conducted at Government Senior Secondary School, Sekhewal, Ludhiana, by the District Education Department with the help of the Punjab Council for Science and Technology, Chandigarh.

The chief guest Varinder Sharma, district science supervisor, was welcomed by principal Paramjit Kaur.

A debate was held to make students aware of cleanliness. The winners of the contest were Simran Kaur of class XII, Sapna of class X and Raman of  class X.

Oath ceremony

The oath-taking ceremony for the newly constituted school cabinet was held at Sacred Heart School, B.R.S. Nagar, on Wednesday.

A prayer service was conducted by the Principal, Rev Sister Sobel, who also administered the oath to the office-bearers.

Paper reading

A paper reading contest was organised at Bharatiya Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School, Udham Singh Nagar, Ludhiana, here today. Megha, Shruti, Surbhi Narang, Divya, Nupur, Shivani Malhotra, Smiley, Prince Marwaha, Natasha Gupta, Divya Ahuja, Priya Makkar, Shilpa Miglani and Parul Nagpal expressed their views on ‘reservation and social upliftment’, ‘science and modern culture’, ‘growing pollution’, ‘India of 21st century’, and ‘woman God’s supreme creation.

Shilpa Miglani of Class XII (science) 1, Shruti of Class X 2, and Siniley of Class XI (commerce) 3. Nupur of Class XI (commerce) got the consolation prize. Vice-principal of the school Madhu Soni gave away the prizes to the winners. She appreciated all students for their participation and effort.

Science exhibit

Class IX students of Alpine International Senior Secondary School, Ludhiana, organised a science exhibition in the school auditorium on Friday. The exhibition was named ‘Alpine space station’ in which the students prepared rockets, satellites, UFOs and many other heavenly bodies. The students were dressed up as astronauts and aliens. SP (detective), Ludhiana, Gurpreet Singh Toor was the chief guest.

He appreciated the work of the students.



Musical evening tomorrow
Our Correspondent

Ludhiana, April 20
Music is the rhythm of life. It infuses harmony and spontaneity in our lives. Keeping this in mind, Satyug Darshan Sangeet Kala Kendra will organise ‘A musical evening’ on April 22, at 6.30 pm, at Nehru Sidhant Kender.

This musical will include troupes from various parts of India. Members of its Panipat branch will perform dances, Kurukshetra Kendra will chant songs and the Vassundra, Faridabad (main campus) will display Odissi dance.

Similarly, participants from other branches of the kendra will add colour and provide a fiesta of musical notes.

A well-known compere will conduct the show. The evening promises to be a talent showcase of artistes and a platform for young performers.

Satyug Darshan Sangeet Kala Kendra was founded by the Satyug Darshan Trust, Faridabad, in 2005, with the objective of imparting training of music and disseminating it among the masses. The trust also runs a school up to class 12 at Faridabad and charitable dispensaries at 13 locations. 



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