Students of Rokford School Amazed Everyone in Five-days State Level Children Festival 2019 Children Festival 2019 was Organised by Haryana State Child Welfare Council Ashok Sangwan ,Divisional Commissioner, Gurugram, Appreciated the Participants Gurugram : The students of Rokford Convent School amazed everyone with their art in various competitions during the five-days state level Children Festival 2019 organized for the school children held in Gurugram. In Group 4 of Rangoli competition, Sakshi Jangra, a student of Rockford Convent School, Gurugram explained the spiritual message for human life by depicting "Guru Nanak Dev Ji" with her art. By displaying his brilliant Rangoli, she impressed the Divisional Commissioner, Gurugram, Ashok Sangwan and all the eminent and respected p
Gurugram : Gyan Chand Gupta, speaker of the Haryana Legislative Assembly attended the fourth day of the state-level Children's Festival-2019 as the chief guest on Sunday . He praised the arrangements made for children at the Children's Festival 2019 and described it as a historic initiative. He said that through this festival, the council has done the work of realizing the dreams of children in this state . He was addressing the people present after inaugurating the fourth day of Children's Festival today. He said that through this festival, children are getting an opportunity to get familiar with the culture of our country and society. Praising the cultural programs presented by the children, he said that the programs presented here are exhibiting the image of unity in the diversity of
He Visited Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya National Institute for Persons with Physical Disabilities NEW DELHI : The President of India Ram Nath Kovind visited Pt. Deendayal Upadhyaya National Institute for Persons with Physical Disabilities under Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment here today. He interacted with the outdoor child patients and rehabilitated Divyangjan children and their parents. President greeted Divyangjan children and their parents on Deepawali festival. Divyang child patients were presented with Aids and Assistive Devices on the occasion. Later, the President also interacted with the faculty members of the institute. Heads of all three departments of the institute presented the brief description of their respective departments as to how the Divyangjan patients are su
New Delhi : A group of schoolchildren on an education excursion from North Sikkim called on the Union Minister for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), Dr Jitendra Singh here yesterday. The tour has been sponsored by 11thBattalion of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) under the Civic Action Program (CAP) 2018-19. The aim of the tour is to give opportunity to students from the remote region to experience the diversity and rich cultural heritage of the vast country and witness the development taking place across the country. The 32-member group consists of 29 students (16 Girls and 13 Boys) and three teachers. The students belong to two schools from Lachen area of North Sikkim region and are in the 14-18 age group. They are from class VI, VII, IX and X. While interacting with the...
Tanveer Singh of Class III Scored 23rd Rank in NSO Zonal GURUGRAM : Ambrish Gupta of Class IV of Lions Public School, Sector 10 A, Gurugram, scored 7th Rank in Zonal and 23rd International Rank in National Computer Olympiad. In National Science Olympiad too he scored 20th Zonal Rank and 388 International Rank. He was given a Certificate and a Gift Voucher of Rs. 1000. Another student of this school Tanveer Singh of Class III scored 23rd Rank in NSO Zonal and in International Ranking got 350th position. National Science Olympiad (NSO) is a yearly competitive exam conducted for school students organized by Science Olympiad Foundation . Both students were given a thunderous applause in the school assembly for their achievements as they made the school proud. Speaking on this special
GURUGRAM : Lions Public School, Sec-10A, Gurugram organized felicitation ceremony on 28th May,18, for its meritorious students who have made everyone proud by scoring high percentage in Class XII Board Exams. Out of 99 students appeared for the board exam 27 students secured above 90% marks . In Science Stream 10 students out of 42 secured above 90%. Granthika Sharma topped by scoring 98% followed by Chirag Arora 95.25% and Divya Sharma 95%. In Commerce Stream 13 students out of 35 got above 90%. Nikita Kalra scored 96.75% , followed by Tanmay Kumar 95.75% and followed by Aditi Yadav and Pragya Gupta got 95.5% and in Humanities out of 22 students Ishika Batra scored 96.5% followed by Rhythm 92.75% and Muskan Sejwal 91%. School Management Committee members came to felic
NEW DELHI : Union Human Resource Development Minister Shri Prakash Javadekarfelicitates National Science Talents of the Year 2016-17 in New Delhi today. Thewinners were awarded with mementoes and certificates by the Minister. Vijnana Bharati (VIBHA) jointly with Vigyan Prasar – an autonomous institution underDepartment of Science & Technology and National Council of Education and ResearchTraining (NCERT) – Ministry of Human Resource Development has organized theNational Science Talent Search for Future India Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan (VVM)across the country. 1.4 lakh students from 1472 schools from all the 29 states and 5 union territories fromclass VI-XI participated in the exam. Out of this 2400 students were declared as statelevel winners. Through 20 camps 264 students we
‘Mother is the epitome of love, compassion, warmth & sacrifice’ Mother’s love is unconditional. To celebrate this day of love, on April 29, 2017, tiny tots of Lions Public School ,Gurugram , presented a lovely show dedicated to their mothers . More than Fifty Mothers participated with great zeal and enthusiasm in various competitions designed for them like Mummy Ka Cooking Magic, Eco-Friendly Rangoli, Attractive jewellery, Me and my Child. They gave a variety of presentations in the creative fiesta to make their children proud. In Mummy Ka Magic Ms Rachna got First Prize, Ms R Nagabali got Second Prize, Third Prize was bagged by Ms Gopa Dey and Ms Vanja got Appreciation Prize. The Judgement was made by Coordinator Ms Dinesh Arya and Exam Cell Incharge Ms Poonam Gavari.
Rotary Public School celebrated International Workers’ Day on 1st May, 2017 with full aplomb. Prayer marked the beginning of the programme. The function kicked off with a speech welcoming the workers and acknowledging their hard work followed by cultural programme and many sports events. Workers were overwhelmed watching the function and expressed their gratitude towards the school management, teachers and students for their endeavour. The Principal of the school, Mrs. Sandeepa Rai congratulated the workers and thanked them for their selfless services. She lauded the ceaseless efforts of the work force of the nation and the school in particular. The Principal also focused on the priceless contribution of the workers for the smooth functioning of the institution. The celebration c
An Educational Excursion Cum Camp to Expand Their Creativity GURUGRAM : School’s out and the sun’s out—yes, summer is here. For many children, summertime is when books collect dust and the “break” from learning begins. While fun and refreshing, this break has downsides: it can lead to the dreaded “summer brain drain”—a time when learning and engagement decide to hibernate. Even during the summer months, students can continue to learn, accomplish their educational goals, and expand their creativity. Keeping in view this fact, Rotary Public School organized three days & three nights’ educational excursion cum camp this month for about 100 students of Classes X & XII at Rishikesh, Uttaranchal. Rishikesh is an ideal weekend getaway from Delhi; the place leaves you completely rejuven