MGN Public School celebrated Teej festival in the school marking the advent of monsoons. The celebrations began with the prayer to God followed by cultural songs and dance. The students looked vibrant and enthusiastic in their colourful cultural attires. They danced on the beats of drum-filling atmosphere with energy. Principal Kanwaljeet Singh Randhawa and Sangeeta Bhatia, in-charge primary wing marked their presence on the special occasion. Kanwaljeet Singh congratulated everyone for the day. He motivated the students to participate in such cultural activities which bring us close to our roots .
Badminton Tournament organised
Jalandhar: St Joseph’s Boys’ School, Defence Colony, Jalandhar, today hosted ICSE zonal-level badminton tournament. Participants played with great enthusiasm. Father Antony Thuruthiyil, director of school, Father Betson, director of St. Jude’s Convent School, Shahkot and Sister Detty, school principal, welcomed and greeted all the players. In under-14 (girls), under-14(boys) as well as under 17 (boys) category, St Joseph’s Boys’ School, Jalandhar, bagged the first position. In under 17 (girls’) category, St Jude’s Convent School, Shahkot, stood first. St. Joseph’s Convent Sr Sec School, Phillaur, got the first position in under 19(girls) as well as under 19(boys) category. Credit of these great colours of victory goes to coach Kamaljeet Kaur. Sukhwinder Singh and Sunny, physical education teachers worked with her. Nitu Nigam conducted the tournament. Inderpal Singh, Harjinder Singh, Anju Saini , Sonia Joji, Seema Rani and other members of faculty worked according to allotted duties for smooth working of tournament.
Inter-House Group Discussion contest
Under school management and Principal Neeru Nayyar, Shiv Jyoti Public School organised an inter-house group discussion competition for Class IX-XII students. The participants put forth their enthralling performance. Total 38 participants took part in competition.The final judgement was made by Megha Kumar and Vaishali. Results: Divyanshu Chaddha (XII-E) bagged the first position,Manya Sharma (X-D) stood second, Tanishq Chadha (XII-B)stood third. Vanshikaw(X-A) got consolation prize. Overall activity was conducted by activity coordinator Ranju Sharma. Krishna Jyoti (Chairperson), Dr Vidur Jyoti (Trust chairman), Dr Suvikram Jyoti (Manager, managing committee & general secretary trust) Dr Suman Jyoti (Member managing committee & trustee), Sanjay Sabharwal (member managing committee & trustee) Principal Neeru Nayyar, among others were present.
Friendship Day at Eklavya School
Students participated in the activities conducted by Eklavya School on the occasion of International Friendship Day. They shared food, holding the hands of our friends together, wore the friendship band to friends. All students of primary wing participated in the activities. Chairman of Eklavya School JK Gupta was impressed to see the friendship relationship between the students. Friends are one of the most precious gifts of God, he said. The director of Eklavya School, Seema Handa, motivated all people to meet their friends and also promoted the real life friendship. During childhood, friendships are intense, so the memories always remain in the heart. Eklavya School Principal Komal Arora and administrator Dimple Arora encouraged students to create awareness for the cause.
MoU inked for research activities
A memorandum of understanding was signed between Lyallpur Khalsa College (LKC), one of the premiere institutes of North India and Focus College, Vancouver (Canada). The MoU, an initiative of PG department of mathematics, was signed by Dr Gurpinder Singh Samra, Principal LKC and Karambir Singh Sandhu. The MoU is aimed to encourage research activities, professional guidance and student exchange programmes in different fields of mathematics. Dr Samra, on the occasion, said this MoU would be helpful in providing international exposure to the students related to research and career guidance. Focus College representative Dr Sandhu said the globalisation had made the world one big village and international cooperation between different institutes was a healthy beginning which would pave the way for success of students. Dr Samra said the LKC would provide faculty expertise and infrastructural set up for conducting research activities. Focus College faculty will also organise workshops, seminars, conferences etc. in collaboration with PG department of mathematics. During the event, Dr Palwinder Singh of mathematics department and Dr Kanwalpreet Kaur were also present.
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