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Roller skating championship

Roller skating championship

Students of Innocent Hearts School, who won medals in the 20th District Roller Skating Championship.

Jalandhar: Students of Innocent Hearts School brought accolades to the alma mater in the 20th District Roller Skating Championship. The students got four gold and two silver medals for their outstanding performances. Under the age category of five to nine years, inline skating, 2 lap and 500 m Aakriti won two gold medals. Pratyusha won a gold in 500 m quad and silver in 2 lap quad. Under the age group IX to XI Avreen got gold in 500 m quad and a silver in 2 lap quad. Under the age category V – VII boys, Mehul Sidhu won gold medal in lap 2 quad. Lokesh won silver medal in 500 m inline skating. Aakriti, Pratyusha, Avreen and Mehul Sidhu have been selected for state teams which will be held at Patiala. Rajeev Paliwal, Principal, Sharmila Nakra, vice-principal, congratulated them and their parents. HoD, Sports, Sanjeev Bhardwaj congratulated the students and motivated them to pesrform well and at state level too.

Orientation programme

An orientation programme for stream selection in Class XI was held at Tagore’s International Smart School. Chairman Abhay Kumar Jain, dean Vinod Shashi Jain and Principal Dr Rakesh Gupta addressed the students to help students in selecting a suitable stream of study and elective subjects for the senior secondary course. The orientation began with the Principal’s introductory session making the students aware of the objectives and purpose of the programme. Faculties of science, commerce and humanities made their presentation on various options throwing light on future prospects. In interaction session, the Principal and teachers answered students’ questions. Dean Vinod Shashi Jain also implored the students to make right choices so they don’t have to regret tomorrow. She wished them good luck for their future endeavours.

Gyan manthan debate

The department of management Lyallpur Khalsa College Technical Campus organised intra departmental event ‘Gyan Manthan’ debate, hard selling, picture description contest were organised with the objective to enhance communication skills and raise confidence level of students. The topic for the competition was “Budget 2021: Does it dampen the hopes of middle class families?’ Students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm. Ria Kaushik, BCom (IV) bagged the first position in debate competition, Rakesh Kumar (MBA I) got the second position while the third position was shared by Keshvi Aggarwal (BCom I) and Urvi (MBA I). Vishal (BCom IV) bagged the first position in hard selling competition while Disha (BBA IV) got the second position, and Rakesh Kumar (MBA I) got the third position. The first position was bagged by Rakesh Kumar (MBA I) in picture description competition whereas second position was shared by Prabhjot (BCom IV) and Vinay Pandey (BCom I) and Harshita (BCom VI) got the third position. The event was coordinated by Jaskamal Kaur and Mohaneet Bedi. Sukhbir Singh Chatha (director academic affairs) congratulated the winners and stated that these events are helpful in the development of overall personality of students. Dr SK Sood (Director, LKCTC) congratulated the winners and participants and stated that these events help in building confidence among students, improve their skills. Dr Inderpal Singh (HoD, Management), presented the vote of thanks and congratulated the coordinators and students.

Musical presentations

Pranav Naad Club of the department of performing arts from Kanya Maha Vidyalaya organised various activities so that the budding and talented students should be given an able platform to showcase their talent and their devotion towards music and art. Pranav Naad Club organised a special programme during which the students of music gave musical presentations through different musical instruments. Hema, a student of MA Music (Instrumental) played Raag Nat Bhairav melodiously on sitar, whereas Harshpreet played Raag Bihaag very beautifully. Principal Prof Dr Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that music is the food of the soul and is a very important component of our lives. She further maintained that these kind of programmes aids in creating curiosity in the minds of the students. She lauded the efforts of Dr Poonam Sharma, Head, PG department of music, and other faculty members for successfully organising the event. Dr Madhumeet, dean, department of student welfare, was also present on the occasion.

HMV students clear CA Inter Exam

Four students of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya cleared CA Inter Exam. Principal Prof Dr Ajay Sareen congratulated them and said that Sameeksha cleared her CA Inter with 263 marks out of 400. Alpana Aggarwal got 200/400. Deepika got 224/400 and Khushwant Kaur got 229/400. These three students cleared their CA Inter Exam Group-I. Principal Dr Ajay Sareen congratulated CA coaching in charge Dr Seema Khanna and other members.

Indo-Pak Peace Calendar

Phagwara: Students of Swami Sant Dass Public School brought laurels to the school by bagging maximum prizes in ‘Indo-Pak Peace Calendar Painting Competition’ organised by Aghaz-e-Dosti in India- an Indo-Pak friendship initiative that primarily works for peace and education activities in schools and colleges to enable the future leaders to forge the path to a better world,and dialogue as solution. A zoom meeting was conducted for the virtual launch of the ‘9th Indo-Pak Peace Calendar’ to have discussion on Sharing of hopes for a peaceful co-existence’ which was attended by the participants and the co-ordinator of the school along with the art teacher Jasvir Singh. Mahip Singh Saini of 7th Blue, Sachneet Kaur of 10th Pink and Arshdeep Kaur of 8th Red are declared as winners and their paintings are included in the calendar. Sirjan Kaur of 8th Blue and Taranpreet Kaur of 10th Blue are declared as runners up in this competition. Anju Mehta (Principal) congratulated the art teacher, the students and their proud parents for their commendable achievement. TNS

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