Thursday, November 25, 2010

Anjali, Deepak and Abhishek win

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
CHANDIGARH, NOV 25 Anjali of Class IX of Government Model High School, Sector 28 won the first prize in category C (Class IX to XII) in the Annual Poster Making Competition organized by Jat Sabha Chandigarh here today. The theme of the competition was “Rising Prices.”
Deepak of Moti Ram Arya Senior Secondary School, Sector 28 and Abhishek Jindal of Bhawan Vidalaya Sector 15 Panchkula were second and third, respectively.
Ramneek of Aurobindo School Sector 27 Chandigarh and Sandeep Kumar of Government High School, Sector 32 Chandigiarh were declared winners in category B and A, respectively.
More than 600 students of different age groups/classes from various schools of Chandigarh, SAS Nagar, Panchkula, Pinjore, Kalka and adjoining ‘areas of Chandigarh participated in the competition. Dr. M.S.Malik, IPS (Rtd.) President, Jat Sabha Chandigarh presided over the function and declared the topic "Rising Prices".
A panel of judges committee was constituted under the chairmanship of Mr. R.R. Sheoran, vice President of the Sabha with the association of Mr. Dilbag Singh Sihag, Chief Town & Country Planning Haryana, Mr. Inderjit Gupta, Principal (retd.) Govt. Arts College Chandigarh, Mrs. Neelam Paul, Principal B Ed College Chandigarh, Mrs. Kuldeep Kaur Arts teacher of Moti Ram Arya Senior Secondary School, Sector 27 for scrutinizing and selection of posters for awards.
The prizes will be given on the eve of Basant Panchi and 130th Birth Anniversary Celebrations of Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram on 8th February 2011 at Deen Bandhu Sir Chotu Ram Jat Dharmshala, Sector-6, Panchkula. The awards will be of Rs. 400, Rs. 300, Rs. 200 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd positions in each category respectively. Besides, two consolation prizes of Rs. 100 in each category will also be awarded.
Results: Category A (Class III to V): 1 Sandeep Kumar, Class III, Govt. High School, Sector 32 Chandigiarh, 2 Salashvir class V, Saint John High School Chandigarh, 3 Shivam Taneja Class III, Saint John Public School Chandigarh
Consolation – Aakriti Jain, Class V, Bhawan Vidhalya Sector 15 Panchkula. Consolation – Abhinav Gupta Class V, Saint John High School Chandigarh.
Category B (Class VI to VIII): 1 Ramneek Class VII Sri Aurobindo School Sector 27 Chandigarh, 2 Karan Joshi, class 7th Govt. Model High School Sector 28 Chandigarh, 3 Saurabh Nain, Aurobindo School sector 27 Chandigarh.
Consolation – Sanover Sapra, Class VII Gyandeep Model Sr. Sec. School Sec. 20 Chandigarh. Consolation – Rajat Seniwal, Class VI Saint Soldier International School Sec. 28 Chandigarh
Category C (class IX to XII): 1 Anjali, Class IX, Govt. Model High School, Sector 28 Chandigarh, 2 Deepak, class XI Moti Ram Arya Sr. Sec. School Sector 27 Chandigarh, 3 Abhishek Jindal Class XI Bhawan Vidalaya Sector 15 Panchkula.
Consolation – Aman Thakar, Class X Gyandeep Model Sr. Sec. School Sec. 20 Chandigarh. Consolation – Jaspreet Walia Class X Bhawan Vidalaya Sector 15 Panchkula.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Hallmark Public School mentors display their skills

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
As rightly quoted by Abraham Lincoln- "If I had eight hours to chop down a tree, I'd spend six hours sharpening my axe", the mentors at Hallmark Public School, Sector-15, Panchkula showcased their sharpened skills and high-tech state-of-the-art strategies of teaching using Educomp Smart Class Mimeo tools as well as Discovery, Eureka and Britannica content capsules during "Smart Mentors Contest".
Special Crocodile and Yanka Training sessions for the mentors were conducted by Mrs. Karanbir Dhillon from Educomp. All facilitators were adjudged on the basis of content, content strategy, effective use of mimeo and conventional teaching tools, pupil interaction, body language and overall presentation. Mr. Jivtesh Garg, Director-School, congratulated and awarded the winners Rakhee Kapoor-I, Nidhi Trehan-II and Pinky-III.
The Principal Mrs. Kavita Wadhwa concluded the session with an hour workshop on the pragmatic tools and multiple intelligence approach in classroom teaching to ignite creativity and thinking in all pupils as the ultimate tools to meet the challenges of life.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Haryana women boxers lift overll trophy

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)

Haryana claimed the overall trophy with a haul of eight gold and two silver medals in the Federation Cup Women Boxing Championship at Sports Ground Nanital, Uttrakhand from November 18 to 21.
Pinki Jangra of Sports Authority of India of Hisar was declared the best boxer of the Federation Cup. She was gold medalist in 48 kg category. The Haryana Boxing Association had fielded a 16-member team, including officials.
The medal winners for Haryana were: Pinki Jangra (SAI Hisar, gold 48 kg), Suman (CHSBA, 51 kg gold), Sonia (SAI Hisar, gold 54 kg), Pavitra (SAI Hisar, gold 57 kg), Rekha (Palwal, silver 60 kg), Suman (Haryana Police, gold 64 kg), Pinki Chahal (Haryana Police, gold 69 kg) Pooja (CHSBA, gold 75 kg), Kavita Chahal (BBC , gold 81 kg) and Nidhi (SAI Hisar, silver +81 kg).

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Natasha, Gurmhal, Sakshi and Mukul fastest runners

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
The IVth Annual Athletic and PT display was a proud moment for St. Xavier’s High School, Panchkula. The sun was shining for the children when they assembled at Tau Devi Lal Stadium, to present their spectacular show of talents, discipline ,drill and training.
Inspector General of Police (Haryana) Mr. R.K. Mishra was the chief guest. He was greeted warmly by Principal, Mr. George S.Shear by the Welcome Address highlighting sports and games as being of tremendous importance in the school curriculum.
The show began amidst the energy and fervour lent by the march past. Students so well groomed in P.T. uniforms, were a sight to watch and admire. Their perfect steps showed their might and self discipline. The parade was led by the school captain, Nupur Arora. The school cabinet and the batch of meritorious students followed in step. The four houses - Indian, Atlantic, Pacific and Artic led by their vice–captains , were close to follow marching enthusiastically.
Parents had gathered in good strength to cheer their kids who took part in traditional sports events - Porter Drill ( Kindergarten) ,Sunflower drill (Primary school) ,Glove Drill (classes V – IX).
Pyramid formation by boys and girls displayed exemplary precision. It was an Inter House competition . The Inter house pyramids were won by Artic house.
Natasha (senior girls), Gurmhal Singh (senior boys), Sakshi (junior girls), Mukul (junior bos) emerged the fatest runners by winning 100 metres races in their respective categories.
 Udita and Aryan Pal stood first in the 75 metres race for boys and girls, respectively. The 4x100 Metres mixed relay (seniors) was won by Artic House comprising of Pankaj,Natasha, Rachit,Vasudha. The  4 x 100 relay race for juniors was won by Atlantic House comprising Harsimran, Satyam, Niharika and Anjali. The sub-juniors 4x75 metres relay race was also won by Atlantic House consisting of Aryan, Shiv, Sangeeta and Shivani .
Balancing the ball, pulling the tyre and unwinding paper events for tiny tots kept the spectators spell-bound.
The program was followed by the prize distribution to felicitate the winners. The overall winners were Atlantic Houaw who were awarded the Winners Trophy.
Mr. Mishra in his motivational speech emphasized that schools like St. Xavier’s would lead the future generations onto the path of peace and harmony.
He also advised the students on the value of integrity and honesty to develop the perfect sportsmanship.

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Fancy Dress competition at DPS Pinjore

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
PINJORE (HARYANA), NOV 16Delhi Public School Pinjore continued with the Children’s Day celebration by organizing a Fancy Dress Competition for the students of classes 3 to 5. Young enthusiastic children, some feeling shy in their fancy dress; some beaming with joy looking all confident to win the competition were the attraction in the school. Besides the traditional – all time favourite ideas for fancy dress like fairies, Jhansi ki Rani, Soldier, Phoolwali, Policeman etc. to name a few; it was the innovative ideas that stole the show. A child dressed as the Almanac carrying all the rules and regulations on her person was wonderful, the child dressed as an ‘ upside down’ was excellent and there was no dearth of ideas projected as one after the other children came onto the stage and introduced the character they were representing in the fancy dress show. Some were dressed up to convey messages like ‘Save Mother Earth’, ‘Save The Girl Child’ and ‘Save Tigers’.
It was indeed a delightful competition enjoyed both by the participants and the audience. The Principal, Mr. Samson Masih congratulated the participants for the wonderful show put up by them.

Saturday, November 13, 2010

World Class Play School in Panchkula

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)
Asanand educational society under aegis of Ram Chand Mendiratta is about to set a benchmark in the field of pre-primary education by setting up a world class school at sector-21, Panchkula. The Blossom Kids located in the Heart of Sec.-21 Panchkula has a world class infrastructure to offer. School has spacious , air conditioned classrooms equipped with the latest teaching aids.

The school boasts of fully air-conditioned school buses with GPS facility and wireless walkie Talkie to monitor the movement of the buses. The school has playway methodology of imparting education. There are plethora of activities available for children like story-telling, splash pool, sandpit, music, dance and many more.
The school Audi-visual room includes hi-tech audio-visual unit with screen and a laser disk that makes learning very easy and fun filled.the school activity room is well stocked with educational play system,toys and games which help little children develop their motor skills.
The security of the student is of paramount importance to the school, it has round the clock cctv surveillance of the entire campus.
The official inauguration of the school will be on Sunday 14 Nov at 10:30am to mark the occasion . The school will be organising a kids show for children of the age group 2 to 4 years which is open to general public .The school aims at building foundation for brighter future.

Friday, November 12, 2010

Jat Sabha to organize Poster Making contest

by Haryananewswire (Balbir)CHANDIGARH, NOV 12
Dr. M.S. Malik, IPS (Rtd.), former Director General of Police, Haryana and President Jat Sabha, Chandigarh said here today that the annual Poster Making Competition for schools will be organized by Jat Sabha Chandigarh on November 25 at 10 a.m at Jat Bhawan, 2-B, Sector 27-A, Madhya Marg, here.
Dr. Malik said that this competition is organized every year to inculcate creative spirit for arts and painting among the students and polish the existing potential among them. To widen the scope of talent search in this field and give incentive to the deserving children, the contest is classified into three categories -- Category A (Class III to V), Category B (Class VI to VIII) and Category C (Class IX to XII).
Dr. Malik further added that a Judge’s Committee comprising Mr. R.K. Malik Senior Advocate Punjab & Haryana High Court, Mr. R.R. Sheroran, EIC.(Rtd.)PWD (B&R) Haryana, Dr. (Mrs.) Rajwanti Mann, Deputy Director, Archeology, Haryana, Prof. M. L. Dhawan Mr. R.K. Malik, Mr B.S.Gill and two drawing experts from Moti Ram Arya Senior Secondary School, Sector 27 and Bhawan Vidyalaya School Sector 27, Chandigarh will scrutinize and select the poster and result of the contest will be announced on the same day after completion of the competition. The prizes winners will be honoured on the eve of Basant Panchmi and Sir Chhotu Ram Jayanti Celebrations on February 8, 2011 at Deen Bandhu Sir Chhotu Ram Jat Dharamsala Sector 6 Panchkula. In each category there will be cash prizes of Rs. 400, Rs. 300, Rs. 200 for 1st, 2nd and 3rd position respectively and two consolation prizes of Rs.100 each in both categories.
The topic of the Poster will be “Rising Prices” and the duration will of one hour. The participants should bring with them the card board and painting material and the drawing sheets will be given by the organizers. The entries of the contest may be sent to the Coordinator of the Competition at Jat Bhawan, Chandigarh up to November 22 by 5 p.m.