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KMV students shine in PSEB exam results
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, May 19
KMV Collegiate Senior Secondary School students excelled in the PSEB exams. Shivani (93.3 per cent in arts), Satbir Kaur (93.1 per cent in non-medical), Gagan (92 per cent in non- medical) did the college proud. Principal Dr Atima Sharma congratulated the students on their success .

Talent hunt

Students of Ivy World School presented an array of performances, showcasing the multicultural canvas, during a talent hunt programme. The contest in music (vocal) created a divine melodious and vibrant ambiance. Rhythmic beats and sounds dominated the performances in instrumental music competition. The Hindi film and western dances also had a wave of grace and gentility with soft musical notes. Western dances added to the diversity of the event. The show was a resounding success and the overwhelming response of the audience encouraged the young participants to put in their best.

Street play

Students of Mayor World School displayed their acting skills while holding a mirror to the society through an inter-house street play competition, which was organised in the school. Social issues such as the ills of media, drug abuse and inefficiency and incompetence in our governmental offices were targeted with humour and sarcasm. 



All the four houses enthralled the audience with their live acting performances as well as song and dance sequences incorporated in their play. Dickens House bagged the first prize. Shaurya Shoor was declared the best actor.

Workshop for teachers

Kamla Nehru Public School, Chak Hakim, Phagwara, organised a workshop for teachers on Monday. It was about how to live without doctor and medicines. The resource person was Manish Dhingra. He told about the importance of auyerveda. He gave very useful tips to remain healthy . The teachers discussed health-related issues and got solution of their problems. The workshop was organised by the Professional Growth club of the school. Principal PK Dhillon said the school was very much concerned about the health and professional growth of the teachers and always took initiatives for the professional development of teachers.


Dr Madhumeet of Kanya Maha Vidyalaya has done the institution and the city proud by finding a mention in the Webster's online dictionary with multilingual thesaurus translation. Her name has been mentioned as the translator of Kartar Singh Duggalís Mitti Mussalman ki: A Collection of Punjabi Short Stories.mention as a Dr Madhumeet has won much recognition for her translated works. She is a regular translator with Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi, and was invited by the Sahitya Akademi to express her views during Kartar Singh Duggal's fellowship ceremony. Earlier, she was invited to attend a translation workshop, organised by the Akademi. Her stories have been published in Sahitya Akademi publications. Earlier, she was honoured with the Yuva Puraskar by the Bhartiya Bhasha Parishad, Kolkatta, for her contribution to literature. Having about 60 publications in international and national Journals of repute, Dr Madhumeet is also the editor of two international journals- The Oracle and The Literary Icon. Principal Dr Atima Sharma congratulated Dr Madhumeet for the success.

GNDU exam

Gurleen Kaur, Harsimran Kaur, Simranjit Kaur and Anchal Gupta of bachelor of design (semester III) of Apeejay College of Fine Arts, Jalandhar, have secured second, third, fifth and ninth positions respectively in the examinations conducted by Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar. The students were praised by principal Dr Sucharita. The students credited the teachers for their stupendous performance in the examination. 




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