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Wednesday, 21 August 2019 | PNS

Inter house sports tournament at DPS

The inter house basketball and table tennis tournament commenced at Delhi Public School Ranchi on Tuesday. The first girls’ table tennis match was played between Chenab Vs Jhelum with a score of 0/2 and Jhelum was declared winner. The Second match was played between Ganges Vs Sutluj and Ganges Team won the match with a score of 2 against 0. The first boys’ table tennis match was played between Chenab Vs Ravi and Chenab was the winner with a score of 3 against 1. The second match was played between Ganges Vs Sutluj and Sutluj stood winner with 2 against 0. In first match of girls’ basket ball, Jamuna house emerged winner while in second match Ravi house was the winner. In boys basket ball match Jhelum and Sutluj house won.

Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Day celebrated

Rajiv Gandhi Renewable Energy Day was celebrated in DAV Public School, Hazaribag. To mark the occasion, a Painting Competition on the topic “Clean Energy- Green energy” was organized. The students presented their ideas of solar energy, wind energy, geothermal energy management of medical wastes and more through paintings. Principal Ashok Kumar said that most of them are thought provoking paintings which are relevant to the present situation of energy crisis. The students tried their best to explain the types of energy. The paintings reflect the benefits of using such types of sources of energy.

Sanskrit Week at CPS

On the occasion of Sanskrit Week, head priest of Chinmay Mission Ashram, Swami Madhawanand interacted with the students of Cambrian Public School On Tuesday.He said that students should take out time to read Bhagwat Geeta as it includes solution to every problem of the life. Students of the school also recited shlokas from Bhagwad Geeta on the occasion. Principal of the school, Neeta Pandey said that Bhagwad Geeta is above religion, cast, community and culture. It introduces a person from the reality of life.

SBPS holds Sudoku, Crossword competition

With an aim to enhance the critical thinking and decision making power of the students, inter-house Cryptic Crossword and Sudoku Competitions were organised at Sarla Birla Public School. Both the competitions took place in two categories, Junior for class six to eight and Senior for class nine to 12. In the cryptic crossword, there were two members in each team who were provided with a time duration of 30 minutes to solve the crosswords. In the Sudoku competition, each team was represented by one participant and all of them worked hard to complete the puzzles in the shortest time possible within the time frame of 45 minutes. Principal Paramjit Kaur said that such competitions equip the students with the power of reasoning, lateral thinking and an ability to draw quick inferences. Above all, it imparts a feeling of achievement and builds self confidence. All these are crucial components in carving out a bright career of students.

HEC organises Swacchta Pakhwara

Following instruction of Government of India, Heavy Engineering Corporation Limited (HEC) organised ‘Swacchta Pakhwara’ which on August 16 and will continue till August 31. Under the Swacchta Pakhawara the company runs a drive in villages of adjoining areas and sensitise people of the area about cleanliness. The company disseminated messages about the drive through street play and songs.

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