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Posted at: Mar 16, 2019, 7:28 AM; last updated: Mar 16, 2019, 7:28 AM (IST)SCHOOL NOTES

Saupin's School, Panchkula

UKG students of Saupin's School were ecstatic as they celebrated their graduation ceremony with zeal. Prof Devessar presided over as the chief guest. Students enthralled the audience with their dance and song performances. The ceremony came to a conclusion with a speech by the chief guest.

Kids ‘R’ Kids, Chandigarh

Kids ‘R’ Kids School, Sector 42-C, honoured the meritorious students of the pre-primary, primary and middle wing. A prize distribution ceremony was conducted at its campus. In all, 170 students were awarded in 20 categories; 160 students were awarded in the academics category; and 165 students were awarded for sports achievements. Anupam Grewal, Director Principal, congratulated the meritorious students.

Govt Senior Secondary, Mani Majra

An interactive session was organised for teachers, who were sensitised on various issues of child development, behavioral patterns and intelligence among children with special needs.

Oakridge International, Mohali

The real life Kabir Khan of Shahrukh Khan starrer Bollywood hit Chak De! India, Mir Ranjan Negi, visited Oakridge International School. He shared his personal experiences with students. He enlightened with challenges that were faced by him and how they impacted his life.

Sacred Souls’, Gharuan

Sacred Souls’ School conducted a workshop to increase awareness among students about environmental crisis. Students were told about various methods of saving energy — usage of natural and renewable resources — with a PowerPoint presentation.  TNS

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