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Posted at: Jul 12, 2018, 2:23 AM; last updated: Jul 12, 2018, 2:23 AM (IST)SCHOOL NOTES

KB DAV, Chandigarh

Keeping the spirit of Van Mahotsava alive with the ongoing tree plantation drive, KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Chandigarh, students began the day with a paryavaran shuddhi havan. Regional director-cum-founder principal Madhu Bahl planted a citrus sinensis (orange) sapling having medicinal values. Students adopted more than 1,000 trees. Students of Class VI did green yoga.

Bhavan Vidyalaya

Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh, contributed Rs 1,52,711 to the Indian Development Foundation (IDF), an NGO dedicated to the uplift and education of leprosy-affected patients. All students from Classes VI to XII participated in this drive. The cheque was presented to Anushree Rastogi, a representative of the IDF, by Principal Vineeta Arora.

St Xavier’s Senior Secondary

Students of St Xavier’s Senior Secondary School, Chandigarh, celebrated World Population Day. A special assembly was conducted. Awareness was created on various issues related to the importance of family planning.

PML SD Public School

A traffic awareness programme for girls’ safety was conducted at PML SD Public School, Sector 32, Chandigarh. It was presided over by inspector Sita Devi, constable Bhupinder Singh and constable Rajinder. They delivered a lecture on the importance of wearing helmet for women.  

ATS Valley School, Dera Bassi

Instead of confining them to their classrooms, primary students were brought out in the open by their teachers with their paper boats to enjoy the playful rainy weather. The kids had a festive time with their friends and teachers. TNS

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