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Posted at: Jul 11, 2018, 2:25 AM; last updated: Jul 11, 2018, 2:25 AM (IST)

Aanchal Int’l, Chandigarh

Aanchal International School, Chandigarh, has added the English Literary Club to the curriculum to increase the awareness and skills of students in English language. The club is for students of classes III to IX and activities such as bio-data writing, newspaper reading, story writing, learning new words, joke collection, riddles, puzzles, use of thesaurus etc. are carried out.

AKSIPS-45, Chandigarh

Van Mahotsav was celebrated at AKSIPS-45, Chandigarh, through a special assembly. Students delivered speeches and poems, explaining the importance of forests. Afforestation was suggested to be the only key to save planet Earth. Director Principal Jasmine Kalra encouraged students to adopt eco-friendly ways in their daily routine.

St Joseph’s, Chandigarh

An inter-house debate competition was organised by Raman House at St Joseph’s Senior Secondary School, Sector 44 D, Chandigarh, to encourage public speaking among students. The topic was Coaching institutes — Boon or Bane. Shreya Chawla (X) won first position in the competition whereas Amisha Kanwar (X) bagged second position. Gunjan Sabharwal (X) and Gursirat Kaur (IX) shared third positions.

Mount Carmel, Mohali

Students of Mount Carmel School, Mohali, celebrated World Environment Day. Students of classes IX and X visited classes I and VIII and encouraged students to refuse, reduce and reuse plastic products in daily life and made them aware about the harmful effects of plastic. Students prepared cloth bags too to promote the use of eco-friendly bags.

DAV-8, Panchkula

A one-day workshop was held on the school premises for the teachers of Hindi. More than 50 delegates from various DAV Public Schools attended the workshop. Resource persons were Harsh Ohri and Suchitra. A workshop on business studies and accountancy was also hosted by the school for subject enrichment, an initiative of DAV Centre of Academic Excellence.

St Xavier’s, Panchkula

An inter-house elocution competition was organised by the Literary Club for classes IV to IX to enhance the speaking skills of students at St Xavier’s High School, Panchkula. Participants recited a plethora of poems, eloquently portraying their speaking skills. They were adjudged on the basis of intonation, pronunciation, expression and overall presentation. Principal George S Shear said, “Poetry is when an emotion has found words.”

The Sky World, Panchkula

The Sky World School, Panchkula, celebrated Tree Plantation Day on its premises and students were shown PPTs regarding the same in all classes. Students of Class I made paper bags out of waste paper. Students of Class II recited poems. Students of Class III showcased the importance of trees through a skit. Class IV students took out a rally to save the environment. They raised slogans to create awareness about environment. Students of classes V to X enthusiastically participated in the activity of planting trees on the school premises.

Satluj Public School, Panchkula

Satluj Public School, Sector 4, Panchkula, again won the first prize in group dance at the 27th Mango Mela organised by the Haryana Tourism jointly with the Horticultural Department. Team members were Diya, Noreen, Arshita, Simran, Khushboo, Pragya, Gargi and Ojal. 

Gurukul Global, Mani Majra

Students of Gurukul Global School, Mani Majra, of classes II and III, visited DT Mall, Chandigarh, for an excursion. The students visited a garment store and got a hand-on experience on the types of clothes and fabrics. Students met famous cartoon characters like Doremon and Nobita.

Vedic Girls, Mani Majra

Students from Vedic Girls Senior Secondary School, Mani Majra, bagged two silver medals and one bronze medal in Sub-Junior, Cadet and Junior State-Level Judo Championship which was held at Sports Complex, Sector 34, Chandigarh. Muskan from Class VI won bronze medal in sub-junior, Pratiksha from Class XI won silver medal in cadet and Chakshita from Class XII won silver medal in junior category. TNS


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