Tribune News Service
Jalandhar, June 7
An online inter-school contest was organised by HMV Collegiate Senior Secondary School in collaboration with the Punjab State Council for Science and Technology on the theme ‘Ecosystem Restoration’.
The contests were conducted in order to sensitise the students about environment conservation and sustainability in which 450 students from various schools of Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Ludhiana, Amritsar, Tarn Taran and Jamshedpur participated and showcased their artistic outlook by following the tagline of the events – ‘Reimagine, Recreate and Restore’.
In the competition ‘Trash to Treasure’, Manayata of Swami Sant Dass Public School here secured the first position, Sudipa of HMV Collegiate and Jayanti Bansal of DAV Public School, Pakhowal, Ludhiana, secured the second and the third positions, respectively.
In slogan-writing competition, the first position was bagged by Samridhi Garg of DAV Public School, Harsimar Singh Chaggar of DAV Public School secured the second position and the third position was won by Kritika of Swami Sant Dass Public School here.
In ‘One-Minute Video Message’ competition, Arsheen Kaur of Swami Sant Dass Public School attained the first position, Tanvi of DAV Public School secured the second position and the third position was attained by Pragati of Swami Sant Dass Public School here and Adeeti of HMV Collegiate.
In poster making competition, Shrishti Nautiyal of BSF Senior Secondary School bagged the first position, Ayush Kumar Jha of DAV Public School, Bistupur, Jamshedpur, won the second position, Manjot of Swami Sant Dass Public School here attained the third position. The consolation was awarded to Mehak Chopra of HMV Collegiate and Musahida of Government Girls Senior Secondary School, Nehru Garden here.
Meanwhile, Principal Dr Ajay Sareen and the school coordinator, Meenakshi Sayal, planted various medicinal and ornamental plants on the campus.
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