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Sports meet a big hit at Seth Anand Ram Jaipuria School

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Published : 01 Mar, 2011 By: Admission Jankari
  • Sports meet a big hit at Seth Anand Ram Jaipuria School

    Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Vasundhra celebrated its annual sports meet on February 25 and 26. The event was flagged off with the traditional lighting of the torch by chief guest, Olympic gold medalist (shooting), Abhinav Bindra. The event was also attended by Chairman, Managing Committee, Dr Rajaram Jaipuria; Vice-President, Shishir Jaipuria, Seth Anandram Jaipuria Education Society, school principal Manju Rana, directors of Jaipuria Institutes, educationists and parents. Various events like gymnastics, taekwondo, yoga presentation, athletics etc were held. The programme concluded with the prize distribution ceremony where outstanding students were honoured for excellence in academics and athletics. Nandini Sethi, Tushar Singh, Umang Agarwal and Arshia were declared the ‘Karate Champ’, ‘Gymnast’, ‘Footballer’ and ‘Skating Champ’ of the year respectively. The award for the sportsperson of the year (junior category) was bagged by Charlotte Justin and Naman Rawat. Siddharth Sharma and Aditi Malik of class X won the award for being the sports person of the year in senior category. Krishna house won the Cultural trophy.

    Kothari International School, Noida celebrated sports day for its pre- primary wing on February 19. Chief guest Kanu Verma Kumar, IRS, Commissioner Customs, Central Excise & Service Tax Appellate, Noida declared the meet open by releasing pigeons and balloons. Torch bearers carried the flame round the track. Synchronised and rhythmic display of aerobics, martial arts and drills left the audience enthralled. Participants took part in races like Sprinting Sacks, Up the sky, Hatch the Egg, etc. Parents and teachers also participated in various games. Medal distribution ceremony was also held. The programme was a success under the guidance of school principal Nidhi Sirohi.

    Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh celebrated its annual prize distribution ceremony. Arti Mehra, National Secretary All India BJP graced the occasion. Other dignitaries present on the occasion were school chairman K L Sobti, managing director Ajay Kapur and principal Alka Kapur. The cultural fiesta began with Swaranjali, an invocation to Goddess Saraswati. The junior students presented a dance performance on Taare Zameen Par. The highlight of the day was the folk dance of Rajasthan ‘Rangeelo Rajasthan’. Anshu Gupta (XII) and Deeksha Bajaj (X) read the school’s annual report. Prizes were given to students for their meritorious achievements in academics and outstanding performances in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities by the chief guest.

    Mayur Public School, IndraPrastha Extension celebrated annual sports day on February 19. Chief guest, Ajay Chaudhary, IPS officer, inaugurated the sports meet by releasing balloons. The school choir group welcomed the audience with a welcome song and Naga dance. Pre-primary students participated in Pick up toffee Race, Draw a face Race, Iquabana race, Mother Child race etc. The Junior wing participated in Hit the target race, Choir exchange race and Rolling the ball race. A musical performance on ‘wo sikander hi...’ mesmerised all. Students of the secondary wing performed aerobics, ‘yoga-asans’. The Chief Guest gave certificates and medals to the winners. School principal S Rawat extended the vote of thanks.

    Vandana International Sr Sec School, Sec-10, Dwarka organised its annual function and prize distribution ceremony on February 20. P R Sawhney, Delhi Mayor and Prof Dr D K Bandyopadhyay, Vice-Chancellor, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University Dwarka graced the occasion. He was conferred with Dr S Radha Krishanan National Teacher Award, given by Akhil Bharitya Swatantar Patrakar & Lekhak Sangha, by Daya Nand Vats, Secretary. Rajesh Gahlot, Deputy Mayor of Delhi presided over the function. Nitin Malik (Joint Registrar) GGSIPU, Dwarka and Pir Baba Hasan Ali (spiritual leader) were also present. School chairman VP Tandon welcomed guests and parents. School manager Vandana Tandon presented the annual report. Shanker Sawhney (pop singer) also attended the function. Students presented a musical ballet Ulta Pulta. It was followed by prize distribution and release of school magazine Lakshay. Chief guest congratulated the prize winners and complimented Nadeem Khan, director of the play and his associates. School head girl Arzoo presented the vote of thanks.

    Delhi Public School, Sec-45, Gurgaon celebrated States Day on January 25. The occasion was graced by H S Grover, legal head, R J Corporation and parent reps, Dr Sunaina Arora and R K Arora. ‘Aao Dekhein Desh Hamara’, a colourful extravaganza, showcased the cultural and religious diversity of India. The presentation included vivid dramatisation, well choreographed dances and patriotic songs. School principal Aditi Misra thanked the parents. Vote of thanks was proposed by headmistress (Junior School) Guneet Ohri.
    Teachers and students of Vishal Bharti Public School, Paschim Vihar, where cricketer Virat Kohli did his schooling from, attended a programme to honour and cheer the young sportsman. The programme featured Virat’s coach Raj Kumar Sharma, trainer Chetan Sharma and his elder brother Vikas Kohli. Students said they were proud to be part of the same institution. School principal Geeta Sehgal sent her best wishes.

    Cambridge Foundation School, Rajouri Garden bid farewell to the outgoing batch of class XII on January 25. The programme commenced with lamp lighting. Students congregated to bid adieu to their Alma Mater. School principal Anita Puri blessed students and expressed that the knowledge and skills they attained in school would hold them in good stead. Beauty and brains underlined the personality contest wherein the title of Mr Cambridge was bagged by Abhishek Suryavanshi and Ms Cambridge by Mehak Ahuja

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