Over 900 students take part in athletics meet

CHANDIGARH:Vivek High School, Mohali, held its annual athletics meet at the Sports Complex in Sector 46, Chandigarh, wherein over 900 students from Classes I to X participated.

Over 900 students  take part in athletics meet

Students of Vivek High School, Mohali, take part in the annual athletics meet at the Sports Complex in Sector 46, Chandigarh. A Tribune photograph

 Tribune News Service

   

Chandigarh, December 19

Vivek High School, Mohali, held its annual athletics meet at the Sports Complex in Sector 46, Chandigarh, wherein over 900 students from Classes I to X participated. 

 The Athletic meet   started with a march past by the students followed by a torch relay amid cheers and applause. The students were divided into various groups competed. 

 The audience witnessed impressive drills by junior wing students. Taekwondo and yoga were displayed by students of Classes IV  and V.

“Such endeavours  develop sportsmanship among children. It is the habit that needs to be inculcated in them right from the beginning”, stated  Anuradha Dua, Principal, Vivek High School, Mohali.  

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