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Sanskriti KMV School student shines in kickboxing championship

Sanskriti KMV School student shines in kickboxing championship

Shivankar Pratap Singh of Sanskriti KMV School with the trophy.

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Jalandhar: Shivankar Prat Singh, a kickboxing player of Sanskriti KMV School, brought laurels as he won gold medal in WAKO India Cadets and Juniors National Kickboxing Championship held recently at Pune, Maharashtra. The event is recognised by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, GOI. He played in the cadet category of 57-kg and gave a winning representation for his state in the five days tournament where players from 27 states competed. Shivankar, a class X student, aims to master his martial arts skills, participate and bring laurels for his state and country. Shivankar has secured his place in National kickboxing team to represent India in the forthcoming World Championship to be held in Dublin, Ireland, in September. Rachna Monga, Principal, congratulated Shivankar and his parents for the achievement and wished him good luck for the international tournament. She mentioned that with all round preparation, school looked forward for many more students to reach the level of national and international recognition.

Inter-House Sports Day Competition

Under the guidance of the School Management and Principal Neeru Nayyar, Shiv Jyoti Public School provides platform to its students to take part in various activities. The school celebrated its annual sports day for classes X to XII. The chief guests of the day Sanjay Sabharwal, trustee and member managing committee, BB Jyoti, member, managing committee and trustee, ex-principal Vibha Sharda, Principal Neeru Nayyar and Vice-Principal Parveen Saili and teachers of the Sports Department honoured the winner teams with medals. The field was decorated with flags, festoons and buntings. An event ‘Tug of War ‘was held for these classes. In tug of war (Girls), Samridhi House bagged the first position, Kirti House got second and Jagriti House stood third. In tug of war (Boys), Samridhi House bagged the first position. Pragati House got second and Jagriti House stood third.

NSS volunteers visit Kurari village

The NSS volunteers of Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya visited Kurari village. The village panchayat welcomed them and cooperated them in every manner. The volunteers made murals of Swachh Bharat theme in the village. They organised an awareness rally on voting and COVID vaccination. Sports Day was organised in the campus. The volunteers participated in race, three legged race, lemon race, tug of war, skipping race etc. Post lunch, the volunteers shared their experiences through power point presentations. Principal Prof Ajay Sareen appreciated about the spirit of the volunteers and inspired them to take part in more such activities in future. Harmanu, Dr Meenu Talwar, Manpreet Kaur and Pawandeep Kaur were also present there.

Guest lecture on PCOD

A guest lecture was organised at PCM SD College for Women by the Department of Home Science in collaboration with the Department of Cosmetology on the topic “PCOD – Polycystic Ovaries”. The speaker of the day was dietician Deepika Vermani from Armaan Hospital, Jalandhar. The event commenced with a floral welcome to the guest. While addressing the students, Deepika explained that PCOD is very common nowadays in adolescent girls. She discussed the causes, symptoms of PCOD and the diet to be followed. She also discussed which food items should be taken and which to be restricted in PCOD. Students had a very healthy and interactive session with her. Various queries which were raised by the students were answered very satisfactorily. Dr Neelam Gupta, Sushma Sharma, Daljit, Kusum Sharma were also present. The honorable members of the management committee and the worthy Principal Dr Pooja Prashar felicitated the students for their keen participation. She also praised the efforts of the Head of Department of Home Science, Manmeet Kaur for organising such events.

School holds vaccination camp

A Covid-19 vaccination camp was organised at Apeejay School, Mahavir Marg, in collaboration with the Health Department, Civil Hospital. The camp was especially held for the students of classes IX to XII in the 15 to 18 age group. The timings were from 9.30 am to 2.30 pm and the students were informed one day prior. The students were provided with the facility of pre-registration as well as on-the-spot registration. The vaccination camp was open for the teenagers from other schools also. Even the second dose of Covishield for 18 plus age group was also administered. An overwhelming participation by the students was seen. Apeejay School management undertook this noble cause to protect the youngsters and reduce the risk of spreading the virus. Principal Girish Kumar said the school is trying its level best to reach out to students to safeguard them amongst the deadly virus. TNS

Apeejay School students after receiving the Covid jab.

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