Manav Mangal Smart School, Mohali, organised its annual cultural fiesta — ‘Kilkari’ — for Nursery and KG students. The event began with the Principal honouring the students who performed well in academics and extra-curricular activities. Students presented various dance forms. ‘O Bhaiya’ was a tribute to the brother-sister bond. Director Sanjay Sardana congratulated the students and staff.
Tribune Model, Chandigarh
Students of Classes I to III of Tribune Model School, Chandigarh, celebrated ‘Song and Rhyme Day’. The objective was to inculcate good eating habits in students. Parents enjoyed their wards’ performance.
DAV Public School, Sector 8-C, Chandigarh, organised its alumni meet. Around 60 students from various batches attended the meet. The event began with ‘Gayatri Mantra’, followed by a friendly basketball match between the students. Fun games such as bursting balloons, musical chair were also held. Principal Jaskiran Harika was also present on the occasion.
Shishu Niketan, Chandigarh
Students of Shishu Niketan Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 22-D, Chandigarh, organised a function to bid adieu to their seniors. A cultural programme comprising dances and songs was presented by students of Class XI-A. A classroom skit on examination stress was appreciated by one and all. Harshita Bansal and Deepansh bagged the Mr Shishu Niketan and Ms Shishu Niketan titles, respectively.
Sri Guru Gobind, Chandigarh
Sri Guru Gobind Singh Collegiate Public School, Sector 26, Chandigarh, celebrated Road Safety Week. Competitions such as declamation, slogan writing and designing were held in which students of various schools participated with enthusiasm. Family fun quiz was also held in which families participated and won prizes.
Blue Bird High, Panchkula
Sports skills of tiny tots from pre-nursery to Class I were exhibited in the sports meet organised at Blue Bird High School, Panchkula. The meet was declared open by chief guest KK Sharda, Chairman of the Gandhi Smarak Nidhi, Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh and Chandigarh by lighting the sports torch. The event commenced with a colourful drill by students. Winners of events were awarded medals. The programme concluded with the singing of national anthem.
Govt Model, Dadu Majra
‘World Wetlands Day’ was celebrated through various awareness activities by the Shatavari Eco-club and Kindness Club of Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector-38(West), Dadu Majra Colony, Chandigarh, in association with the Environment Society of India. Students were told about prominent wetlands of Chandigarh and Punjab through different activities.
Sri Guru Harkrishan, Chandigarh
Students of Sri Guru Harkrishan Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 40-C, Chandigarh, were shown a documentary on Janjira Fort (Maharashtra) by the CEWA (Centre For Education and Volunteer Action) on its premises. It was aimed at creating awareness and interest among students for historical and cultural heritage of India.
St Xavier’s, Panchkula
Class IX students of St Xavier’s High School, Panchkula, organised a ceremonious party to bid adieu to their seniors. Class X students were shown a motivational documentary. Principal George S Shear and Administrator-cum-Headmistress Cynthia Shear wished the outgoing students success and accomplishments in their future endeavours.
SMD Little Champ, Panchkula
SMD (SMART MINDS DESTINATION) Little Champ Smart School, Panchkula, celebrated Basant Panchami. The campus was decorated with items of yellow colour to mark the occasion. Every one paid floral tributes to the Goddess Saraswati for seeking knowledge and wisdom. Students also brought sweetened rice.
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