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St Soldier Public School holds fancy dress competition
Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, August 22
On the themes of “God-goddess, cartoon characters and patriotism", a fancy dress competition was held at St Soldier Divine Public School, Mann. Students of nursery, LKG and UKG participated in the competition. They dressed up as Spiderman, Pooh, Mickey Mouse, Rani Laxmi Bai, Lord Krishna, Mother Teresa and presented their character beautifully. Principal Kanwaljit Kaur Ahuja appreciated the talent of the tiny tots. Manpreet, Bhumika and Manav Suman (nursery) got the first, second and third positions, respectively. Armaan, Anmol and Jagjot (LKG) got the top three positions. Priyanshi, Esha and Mohit (UKG ) were declared winners.

Excellent results

Jaspreet Kaur of Lyallpur Khalsa College Jalandhar bagged the first position in the Guru Nanak Dev University exams of MSc (IT) fourth semester securing 1830 out of 2400 marks. Gurvinder Kaur, Amandeep Kaur and Manpreet Kaur of the same class secured distinction by getting 1742, 1707 and 1681 marks, respectively. College principal Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra and president, College Governing Council, Balbir Kaur congratulated the students and wished them success in life.



Kanya Maha Vidyalaya’s softball players, Rajinder, Manjinder and Neeru, representing Punjab, participated in the Federation Cup Championship held at Amritsar and won gold medals. A softball team, representing Himachal Pradesh, Anika, Richu, Parul, Sarita and Sreedevi, participated in the same championship and won silver medals.

Health check-up camp

A health check-up camp was organised at Dhilwan International Public School, Suranussi. Dr Balwant Singh Hans from the Hans Hospital, along with with his team examined pre-primary students. Their height, weight, eyes and ears were examined by the physicians. The doctors told them about healthy meals and advised them to avoid junk food.

Tree plantation

Students of BTech of Lyallpur Khalsa College of Engineering organised a tree plantation day on the campus. Their main idea was to contribute to the Go-Green Revolution to fight against the challenges of global warming. This tree plantation was organised in collaboration with the Rotary Club, Jalandhar. Dr SPS Grover was the chief guest. Sukbir Singh Chatha, Director Academics, and Dr HS Johal, Director of the college, joined the students in planting trees. The Director Academic Affairs said global warming had become a major issue of concern. “All the calamities that we have undergone in the recent times are due to deforestation. Trees provide fresh air, protection from air pollution soil erosion”, he said. Dr HS Johal said as many as 100 trees were planted today.

Sports meet

The 44th Regional Sports Meet was inaugurated today at Kendriya Vidyalaya No 3 in Jalandhar Cantt. As many as 17 teams of chess and basketball are participating in the three-day long event. Around 100 students of KV from the newly constructed Sirsa region comprising 47 schools are taking part in the event. Speaking on the occasion, principal of KV No 3, SC Lalji stressed on the need of inculcating a daily fitness regime for the students to have a sound mind and body. Chief guest Surinder Saini of Child Helpline urged the students to get involved in sports to live a healthy and disciplined life.



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