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Do's and Don'ts in Rainy Season

Do's and Don'ts in Rainy Season

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Jalandhar: Students of ‘Health and Wellness Club’ of five schools of Innocent Hearts (Green Model Town, Loharan, Cantt Jandiala Road, Royal World and Kapurthala Road) performed a role play and street play on the topic ‘Do’s and Don’ts in Rainy Season’. On the occasion, a special assembly was organised for all students, in which through street plays and role play prepared by the ambassadors, moderators and students of the club, everyone was informed that they must eat boiled egg or grilled vegetables in rainy season, wash fruits before eating and thoroughly wash vegetables before cooking, be sure to include mint, basil, ginger etc. in hot beverages such as tea and coffee. Then they also notified what things should be not be eaten in rainy season and what should be avoided. We should avoid eating outside, especially uncovered food. Never eat fruits that are already peeled. Do not add ice while taking soft drinks in restaurants and food stalls. Do not consume junk food such as pizza, pasta, burger etc. Don't ignore your child's fever at any circumstances, especially fever with body aches. Avoid touching your eyes and face. Do not wear wet clothes and wet shoes, don't allow children to play in rain. Do not allow water to stagnate in any container of the house or around the house, this can save you from dangerous diseases such as dengue and chikungunya that spread through mosquitoes.

Faculty development programme

A five-day faculty development programme was organised at Apeejay Institute of Management and Engineering Technical Campus on ‘Development of Innovative Rural Entrepreneurship Models’. The FDP is being sponsored by the Rural Development Department of National Institute of Teachers' Training and Research (NITTR), Chandigarh. The resource person for the inaugural session was Dr Hemant Kumar Vinayak, Associate Professor, NITTR, Chandigarh. The FDP started with a welcome address by Director Dr Rajesh Bagga. Dr Bagga introduced the resource person Dr HK Vinayak, Associate Professor, NITTTR-Chandigarh. Dr HK Vinayak shared various case studies and success stories of entrepreneurs from rural areas who achieved success in their start-ups because of creative and innovative ideas. Citing the example of Harbhajan Kaur who became an entrepreneur at 94 by starting a business of homemade besan ladoos, he mentioned that there is a lot of scope and significance of entrepreneurial endeavours in rural areas. After the inaugural address, Giani, a farmer who is practicing and encouraging organic farming, addressed the gathering and shared his journey with the audience. He shared how his visit to England motivated him to practice chemical-free farming. He shared ways to make natural mosquito repellents at home with the audience. Liakat Bir Singh, a social entrepreneur and alumni of Apeejay Institute of Management and Engineering, in his address, shared the activities conducted by his NGO Pahal. He explained how their NGO encourages self-help groups (SHGs) to come together as a team and execute their business ideas. He also explained how credit linkages are possible for SHGs.

10-day ‘Saksham’ Programme

HMV Collegiate Senior Secondary School organised a 10-day programme “Saksham” to inculcate knowledge about art, literature, dance, science, commerce etc. among students. The students of Class XI participated in it. The programme was inaugurated by Principal Prof Ajay Sareen. She welcomed all students and inspired them to dream big in life and do continuous efforts to fulfil their dreams. School Coordinator Meenakshi Sayal briefed the students about the activities of this programme. She said students would learn about drawing and painting, time management, stress management, chemistry around us, charisma in communication etc. The participants shared their experiences and performed other activities.

Annual prize distribution

Annual prize distribution function was held at MGN Public School, Adarsh Nagar, Jalandhar. The students of session 2021-22 were honoured for their academic achievements. Students performed dance in vibrant dresses to welcome freshers. The students were honoured with certificates and trophies. Principal Kanwaljeet Singh Randhawa congratulated the parents and students for their achievements and admired the efforts of the students in adverse Covid conditions. He said life poses various challenges to us which we need to combat.

Football tournament at LPU

Ernakulam lifted the trophy of KVS National Subroto Cup Boys U-17 tournament, the closing ceremony of which was held on Sunday at Lovely Professional University. The five-day tournament featured 396 participants from 25 regions in the category of under 17 boys from Kendriya Vidyalayas across the nation. LPU Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr Lovi Raj Gupta was the chief guest and Deputy Commissioner Dr P Deva Kumar was the guest of honour. Ernakulam won the title after outplaying first runner up team Agra by 5-0 in a thrilling final. Ranchi earned the tournament's second runner-up trophy. Akhish Cyril's 11 goals during the tourney earned him the title of best player. The winners were felicitated by the chief guest. Cultural bonanza by the students kept the audience captivated. In his address, Dr Gupta highlighted the importance of sports in students' lives. Dr Devakumar inspired the students with his motivational address. The ceremony came to an end with Principal Karambir Singh delivering the vote of thanks.

Seminar by Canadian university

A seminar was organised for the students of Class XI and XII students of Cambridge International School to promote Indo-Canadian academic collaboration by York University, Canada. A group of representatives from leading Canadian universities interacted with the students about the plethora of opportunities that Canada offers to its international students. The representatives were from seven renowned universities like York University, University of Alberta, University of Guelph, Toronto Metropolitan University and Queens University. The main objective was to strengthen the association between the Canadian universities’ consortium with Cambridge International School by providing continuity in support and services to the students and their parents. The seminar lasted for two hours where young minds were enlightened about various opportunities in Canadian Studies. Vice-Principal Priyanka Grover encouraged the students and their parents to build a future of their wards.

Students shine in CBSE results

Students of Swami Sant Dass Public School, Jalandhar, performed well in CBSE Class X exams. A total of 76 students scored 90 per cent and above marks. Raaghav Arora made the school proud with outstanding 99.6 per cent marks followed by Yashit Verma (99.4 per cent). Both these students secured the second and third rank in the district, respectively. Bhawna Sharma, Bhanu Pratap and Princee Bansal scored 98.4 per cent marks. President Swami Shantanand, Principal Dr Sonia Mago and the management lauded the efforts of students

the Nobel School

Students at The Nobel School created history during their first batch’s CBSE Class X and XII results. Pavneet Kaur scored the first position in Class XII by scoring 90 per cent marks. Among Class X students, Harmanjot Singh came first.

Dayanand Model School

In the recent Class X CBSE results, three students from Dayanand Model School scored more than 95 per cent marks, 11 students got more than 90 per cent marks and 27 students got more than 85 per cent marks. The key performers were Vankish Gupta with 96.4 per cent, Divyanshu Kumar 96.2 per cent, Pushkar Parashar 96.2 per cent, Rajan Kumar Shah 93.4 per cent and Lakshita Gujral 93 per cent marks.

Sanskriti KMV School

Rachit Aggarwal, a student of Class X of Sanskriti KMV School, has done his parents proud by scoring 94.2 per cent marks in the CBSE results declared recently. Proud parents Neeraj Aggarwal and Ritu Aggarwal said their son aspires to become a computer engineer.

Adampur Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 2

Class X and XII students of Adampur Kendriya Vidyalaya No. 2 scored well in the CBSE exams. In science stream, Khushmita Singh bagged the first rank with 93.2 per cent marks and Shreya Kumari scored the second position. In the commerce stream, Ishmeet Kaur scored the first position with 97 per cent and Simoleen Sandal got the second position with 93.2 per cent marks. In the humanities stream, Harshika Mishra got the first position with 98.2 per cent. Jasleen Kaur got the second position in humanities with 94.4 per cent and Manjot Singh got the third position in humanities with 93.4 per cent. In Class X, the first position was bagged by Agrima Suhani with 94.6 per cent marks. Principal Anil Kumar Dhiman and Vice-Principal Raghuveer Singh congratulated the students.


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