Ludhiana: Drishti Dr. Fifth graders depicted the topic in their presentation to the class. They raised slogans to protect wildlife and all pledged to raise their voice against cruelty to animals. School Principal Manisha Gangwar encouraged the students to be kind to animals and to understand their social responsibility towards wildlife conservation.
Pupils bring their laurels in the quiz competition
The DAV Public School team, BRS Nagar, made up of three students, Rishi Malhotra (Class XII), Vamika Jain (Class XI) and Madhav Gupta (Class X), achieved the glories of the school by winning first prize in the LSSC 2022 competition. The competition hosted by BCM School , Basant Street, in which six teams from different schools participated. Director J.K. Seydoux congratulated the students.
Holding a seminar on road safety
A road safety awareness seminar was organized at DAV Public School, BRS Nagar. The reference persons for the symposium are Manmeet Singh (Area Expert), Harminder Singh Rommy (Coordinator, DEO Office) and Pankaj (Honda Corporation). The speakers briefed the students on the road safety rules and the various signs and symbols placed on the roads for the safety of all. Some videos were also shown to the students to make them aware of the catastrophic effects of road accidents. Principal JK Sidhu thanked the experienced people for their time and urged the students to follow their advice in letter and spirit.
Organizing a Sufi Solo Song Contest
BCM Arya Model Senior Secondary School, Shastri Nagar, held its Sufi Solo Song Contest on Tuesday. Paramjit Kaur, Principal of Arya Samaj Group of Schools, was the chief guest on the occasion. School Principal Anuja Kaushal welcomed the participants. The competition was judged by a panel of experts, which included Dr. Savita Opal, Principal (retired), Arya College, Ludhiana, and Dr. Reema Sharma, Associate Professor, Department of Music (Vocal), Khalsa College of Women, Ludhiana. The winners were honored with certificates and prizes. First place was taken by Agam Jain from BCM School, Sector 32, Dikshit Khurana from Jesus Sacred Heart School took second place and Hardik Rawat from BVM Senior Secondary School, Udham Singh Nagar took third place.
Medical school students at the Faculty of Medicine in university bags
Students of the Postgraduate Department of Economics, SCD Government College, Ludhiana, have excelled in the results of MA-II (fourth semester) announced by Punjab University, Chandigarh. “Students got seven out of the top ten positions in the Masters in Economics exam. Shilpa Jain took first place (91.8 per cent), Srishti Dand fifth (90.18 per cent), Apurva Rana sixth (90 per cent) and Asma Dewan seventh ( College Principal Pardeep Singh Walia said 89.93 percent) my ninth vein (89.5 percent) and Sania Bhardwaj and Mitt Sirjana’s 10th in the university.” The principal congratulated the meritorious students and acknowledged the contribution of their teachers.
Held a session on “The Joys of Parenting”
A session on “The Joys of Parenting” was organized at Ryan International School, at Little Tots Playway School (Mohar Singh Nagar) to inculcate effective parenting in young fathers. The session was moderated by expert Rishabh Gambir who provided solutions to the daily problems that parents face in raising their children. The session received positive feedback from the audience.
GS Memorial Inter-school Kids Festival
Students of Nankana Sahib Public School, Jill Park, come out with flying colors in the cluster display during the GS Memorial Inter-school Kids Festival. Avneet Kaur Gill and Rakshender, both 9th class students, managed to win first place. They took first prize out of a total of 17 teams from different schools. School Principal Harmit Kaur & Erich congratulated the winners.
Kankika got first place in the university
Kanika, a student of M Com (Semester Two) from Lajpat Rai DAV College, Jagraon, got first place in the university exams. Principal Anuj Kumar Sharma said, “Kanika Sood ranked first in the university with a score of 91.79 per cent.” He congratulated the student and professors of the Department of Commerce for their guidance.