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KVS sports meet ends at LPU

KVS sports meet ends at LPU

Closing ceremony of KVS Regional Sports Meet was held at LPU. The three-day meet featured 921 participants from 56 Kendriya Vidyalayas across the Chandigarh region.

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar: Closing ceremony of KVS Regional Sports Meet was held at LPU. The three-day meet featured 921 participants from 56 Kendriya Vidyalayas across the Chandigarh region. Karambir Singh, Principal, KV No.4, graced the occasion as chief guest of the day. In volleyball U-17, KV 3, Pathankot, won the match by 3-2 defeating High Grounds, Chandigarh. KV No. 3, Pathankot, outplayed KV No.3,JRC, in handball match. In kabaddi, KV Bhunga defeated KV No.2, Ferozepur Cantt, by 52-36. In individual event, Viresh Hans of KV No.3, JRC, outplayed Kanishk Verma of KV No.1, Amritsar, in taekwondo U-17 in category 31-35 kg. In judo U-19, Vivek of KV No.2, JRC, marked his victory defeating Jaskaran of DBN, Shikar in the category of 50 kg. The ceremony came to an end with vote of thanks presented by Rosy Sharma, in-charge Principal, KV No. 2, JRC.

New Computer Science & IT head

Professor Sanjeev Kumar Anand took over as head of postgraduate department of computer science (CS) and IT of Lyallpur Khalsa College. Principal Gurpinder Singh Samra said Prof Anand was a dedicated scholar and he expressed hope that under Prof Anand’s command, the department will scale new heights. In his speech, Prof Anand expressed his thanks towards the college president Balbir Kaur and Principal Gurpinder Singh Samra for the faith they had shown in him and promised that he would leave no stone unturned in ensuring the progress of the department. On the occasion, Prof Sandeep Basi, Prof Mandeep Singh Bhatia, Prof Sandeep Singh, Prof Manpreet Singh Lahel, Prof Ratnakar Mann, Prof Daljit Kaur, Prof Navneet Kaur, other teachers and non-teaching staff members of the department were also present.

Dips College students shine in exams

The students of DIPS College (Co-Education), Dhilwan, performed well in the BCA final year results released by Guru Nanak Dev University. College coordinator Harpreet Kaur said the result of all college students was 100 per cent. Mandeep secured the first position in the college, Sarabjit second and Navjot Kaur got the third position. All students, who scored good marks, were awarded with certificates. Harpreet Kaur said that all students should now work hard and move forward towards their destination in the coming life as well. MD Tarwinder Singh while motivating the students said they should always do their best in every exam of life without any fear. In all the institutes of DIPS chain, the initiative is given to the overall development of children so that they move ahead in life with full confidence. CEO Monica Mandotra while wishing the students said good result in every examination depends on the hard work of the children and their teacher. Therefore, along with the students, their parents, teachers are also entitled to congratulations for this wonderful result.

Maths Week organised at cambridge

Cambridge International School, Phagwara, organised Maths Week. The aim to celebrate this week was to create an interactive and interesting learning of mathematics. Throughout the week students of Middle Wing were engaged in fun- learning activities to make them future mathematicians. On Day 1, students of Grade VI participated in ‘Maths’ activity. They prepared beautiful origami projects based on mathematical concepts. On day 2 and 3, students of grade VII and VIII made beautiful designs, models using geometrical concepts so as to explore mathematical beauty in art. All the students participated with utmost zeal and gusto displaying their mathematical skills. The week-long celebrations came to a close with inter-house maths quiz competition organised for Grades VI-X students. Oak House bagged the first position, Cedar House grabbed the second position. It was a week of fun-filled learning experience. Principal of the school, Jorawar Singh, congratulated all the participants and motivated the students to participate more in such activities. Chairperson Jasbir Kaur Bassi congratulated the participants.

Kapurthala Sahodaya holds Math Quiz

Kapurthala Sahodaya Inter School Math Quiz Competition was organised in Prita Lee Lesson School, Kapurthala. MGN Public School students Vansh Sharma and Jaanvi Kanda of Class X along with Anvi and Puneet Kaur of Class VIII represented the school in the competition. The young mathematicians of Class X bagged the second position and were lauded with certificates and a trophy, inspiring them to stay motivated towards the subject and future competitions for healthy growth. Major CS Rai, Chairman, MGN Educational Trust, congratulated and conveyed the best wishes to the meritorious students. RS Mehta, manager of MGN Public School, Kapurthala, congratulated the students and appreciated them by saying that their achievement has added another jewel in the crowning glory of the school.

English Declamation Competition held

Shiv Jyoti Public School organised an Inter-House English Declamation Competition for Class III-V students. A total of 44 students participants in the competition. The final judgement was made by Shashi Dubey and Ritu Devgon. Result of Class III, Tanishka bagged the first position, Vachi Jain got, Parth Tandon and Gauranshi stood third. Trisha Mehta got consolation prize. In Class IV, Vivaan Mogla and Kashish bagged the first position. Kani Madaan got the second position, Mridul stood third. Aaradhya and Mayank got consolation prizes. In Class V, Paavni bagged the first position, Ridhi Pandey second, Simarpreet Kaur third and Lakshita got consolation prize. Overall activity was conducted by coordinator Veenu Aggarwal. Principal Neeru Nayyar and vice-principal Parveen Saili acknowledged the efforts of the students, parents and staff members and blessed all the winners.

English Literary Fest organised

Mayor World School celebrated art, words, wisdom and knowledge in all its manifestations to cultivate love for English language and literature. The school organised English literary fest—echoes and eloquence for the students of Class I-XII. Director Sarita Madhok declared the fest open wishing good luck to the department of English for all the upcoming activities for the learners. Principal Harjeet Kaur Ghuman also motivated the students to participate with zeal and zest. The fest exposed the students to the insights of eminent English writers and helped them explore the nuances of English language and literature. An array of interesting activities was conducted to make the learning process more engrossing. The fest commenced with engaging intra class activities like dumb charades based on idioms, listening tasks and desert Island. The learners thoroughly enjoyed Pictionary and Vocab-O-Pedia on the subsequent days. The students adorned the display boards with the pictures and literary works of their favourite authors and made the whole ambience radiant with their echoes of knowledge and literary competence. Picture caption contest and jumble jamboree captured the attention of all the students.

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