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Teachers honoured

AMRITSAR: DAV International School organised a glitzy Teacher’s Day function here on Saturday. Dr Ramesh Kumar Arya, vice-president, DAV managing committee, New Delhi, and Dr J P Shoor (director PSI and aided schools) of DAVCMC, New Delhi presided over the event as chief guests.

Teachers honoured

Dignitaries at the Teacher’s Day function organised at DAV International School in Amritsar on Saturday. Tribune photo

Amritsar: DAV International School organised a glitzy Teacher’s Day function here on Saturday. Dr Ramesh Kumar Arya, vice-president, DAV managing committee, New Delhi, and Dr J P Shoor (director PSI and aided schools) of DAVCMC, New Delhi presided over the event as chief guests. School chairman VP Lakhanpal, regional officer Neelam Kamra and Indrapal Arya too illumined the occasion with their graceful presence. The programme commenced with a lamp lighting ceremony, followed by a tribute to the great teacher and second President of India Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan. TNS

Caption contest organised  

Amritsar: The PG Department of Punjabi, DAV College, organised a caption writing contest under the Punjabi Literary Club on Saturday. As many as 60 students participated in the event with zeal and enthusiasm. The event was organised under the guidance of Dr Darshandeep Arora, vice-principal and head, department of Punjabi, and Dr Malkit Singh, programme coordinator. Principal Rajesh Kumar was the chief guest. TNS

Students to write letter to Bapu  

Amritsar: Under Swachhata Hi Seva programme, being run by Department of Drinking Water and Sanitation, students of CBSE affiliated school have been asked to send letter to Bapu, conveying the child’s contribution to Swachhata. There are different categories for students to participate. TNS

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