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Saturday, 17 August 2019 | PNS

Cambrian Public School

Cambrian Public School celebrated the 73rd Independence Day with great zeal. Principal Neeta Pandey said that our independence is because of thousands of sacrifices and it is our duty to safeguard it. The youth should be aware about the environment, cleanliness, education, equality and also create awareness in the society. A dance drama was presented on songs ‘Desh na jukne doonga’ and ‘mein rahu na rahu’. Students performed under the directions of Monica Mundu, Satish Mishra while the programme was managed by head girl Palak Singh and choir head Aman Shashwat.

JPCC celebrates I-Day

The Jharkhand Pradesh Congress Committee (JPCC) celebrated the 73rd Independence Day with patriotism and fervour at the Congress Bhavan in Ranchi on Wednesday. Congress Legislative Party leader Alamgir Alam unfurled the national flag at the Congress party’s State headquarters here and urged fellow Congress leaders to follow the path of former Congress leaders who fought for independence of India.

SAIL Units, Ranchi

At SAIL Ranchi units ED (HRD), Kamakshi Raman, unfurled the tricolour in the presence of ED(CET), Kajal Das; ED(SSO) KK Jha and ED(RDCIS) Ajay Arora. Alka Arora hoisted the national flag at SAIL supported Bal Shiksha Kendra. Kajal Das and GMs of CET also planted trees in IEH. RK Burman hoisted the tricolour in SAIL SC/ST cell and lastly at SAIL CSR supported Mahatma Gandhi School, Hatia P. Mala Hemrom, GM unfurled the national flag.

Delhi Public School, Ranchi

DPS Ranchi celebrated 73rd Independence Day  on the school premises. The function began with the unfurling of our national flag by the Principal. It was then followed by singing of the National Anthem. The young students of the school celebrated Independence Day by putting up a brief cultural show. Class Nursery and Class II came together to present a skit on Chandrayaan-2 which is India's second lunar exploration mission after Chandrayaan-1. Principal Dr Ram Singh addressed the teachers and students on this auspicious occasion.

SPICMACAY programme at SBPS

Under the aegis of SPICMACAY (Society for Promotion of Indian Classical music and Culture Amongst Youth), a programme was organised by our school on Friday. A traditional warm welcome was given to the lead artist Bhugra Khan Manganiar and the accompanists by presenting a token of gratitude.He played Rajasthani folk music and his jugalbandi with Morchang and Khartal enthralled the audience. He briefed the students about classical folk music, various musical instruments usedand made the aware about their dedication towards music for seven generations. The programme culminated with the students asking questions from them about their history, background and the invention of various musical instruments used them.

PNB meeting for Bottom-Up Process

Punjab National Bank is organising a bottom-up Pan India consultative process from the branch level upward in form of meetings on August 17 and 18.  The meeting is also being organised in Ranchi circle under the chairmanship of S.K. Panigrahi, circle head, Ranchi circle. This meeting will cover regional level group consultations involving all branches under the Ranchi circle. The consultations will cover themes, viz: Increasing digital payments, corporate governance in PSBs, Credit for India’s MSME, Use of technology in PSBs, Retail lending, agricultural credit, export credit in India, Need to establish financial grid-taking forward PMJDY, Enabling bank credit towards a $5 trillion economy.

BOI hosts customers’ meet

Bank of India organized a customers’ meet at a city hotel in Ranchi on Wednesday in order to spread awareness among customers about the new banking schemes of the Government. Bank of India’s Deputy General Manager (DGM) Subodh Kumar and Ranchi zone’s manager Tejeshwar Patnaik attended the meet and cleared the doubts of customers. Over 200 customers participated in the meet.

DAV students shine in DBMUN

The students of DAV Public School, Hazaribag namely  Sakshi Mishra of std. XI (represented Pakistan) and Sweksha Mishra of std. X (represented Venezuela) were felicitated as the Best Dress Delegate and High Commendation respectively in DAV Public School, Bistupur Model United Nations (DBMUN-2019) held at DAV Bistupur on August 13 and 14. In this competition, 250 future leaders were there as delegates representing in the Lok Sabha/UNSC/UNHRC/FWCW/IP committee of DBMUN 2019. From this school 7 delegates namely Fatima Zohra std.XI, Sidharth Kumar std XII, Shreeya Prasoon std.XII,Sakshi Mishra std.XI,Sweksha Mishra std.X,Asmita Priyam std. IX and Prarthi Singh std.IX participated in all four committee under the coordination of Prabhakar Kumar, the teacher for Social Science and Santyukta.

Sizzler food festival at Hotel Capitol Hill

Hotel Capitol Hill will be organising the ‘Red Hot Pot Sizzler’ food festival at its restaurant Yellow Sapphire from August 17 to August 23 which will have a wide range of veg and non- veg sizzlers. The Hotel’s executive chef Mrinal Bakshi is ready to serve a variety of dishes during lunch and dinner. Some of the dishes include Lobster Thermidor, panseared prawn caper basil, broccoli corn steak sizzler, sizzling chocolate mudpie, sizzling eggless almond brownie and many more. Assistant operations manager Satish Chandra Mishra said that the festival is a step forward to serve special sizzlers to Ranchiites.

General Meeting of Sahodaya Schools

A general meeting of principals of Sahodaya group of schools was held on  here at DPS, Ranchi on Friday. Sahodaya is a group of CBSE schools voluntarily coming together to share their innovative practices in all the aspects of education including curriculum design and pedagogy and also providing support and services to teachers and students. The meeting was called by the Chairman of Sahodaya group of schools and the Principal of DPS Ranchi, Ram Singh. The agendas of the meeting were to discuss the Supreme Court’s guideline regarding the safety of children, CBSE guidelines related to Class IX and XI admission, Right To Education (RTE) fee, the practice of small vehicles in schools and status of High Court Case regarding the school closure on Saturdays.

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