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Sunday, 1 November 2020

Government Model Sr Sec School

Chandigarh: A short film making online competition was organised by The Department of Forests and Wildlife and the Chandigarh Administration on the theme of wildlife conservation. Anshi, Preeti, Sonakshi and Aparna from Class IX-B brought laurels to the Government Model Senior Secondary School (GMSSS), Sector 56, by bagging the first prize in the state level in IX to XII standard category. Under the guidance of schoolteacher Indrajit Majumdar students made a three minutes duration short film on the wild life conservation, which won the first prize in the competition. The school principal, Dr Ramanjit Kaur, appreciated students' effort. TNS

St Joseph's Sr Sec School

Chandigarh: "Bird week" was observed at the kindergarten (KG) block of St Joseph's Senior Secondary School, Sector 44-D. Teachers of KG shared some unique facts about birds, including ostrich, owl, parrot, penguin and woodpecker, during the week. Tiny tots were amazed to learn about their habitats, young ones, food habits and special features. They enjoyed learning about feathered creatures with fun and excitement. TNS

Delhi Public School

Chandigarh: Delhi Public School planned a number of fun-filled online activities to make the festival of Halloween special for students of the pre-primary wing. It was indeed a treat to see students dress up in various outfits to celebrate the spirit of Halloween. Students were familiarised with the idea behind celebrating the festival. Enthusiastic children eagerly participated in some spooky activities like pumpkin patch stomp, spider walking game, mummy wrap and spider race. There was excitement all around and the day ended with little ones relishing the Halloween treat. TNS

Bhavan Vidyalaya

Panchkula: Bhavan Vidyalaya, Sector 15, organised three-day session on cyber security in collaboration with Smile Foundation and Kips Publication. Mridula, CEO, Nex School, conducted sessions for students of Classes III to VII. She sensitised them about fake IDs, cyber bullying, password security etc. Smile Foundation presented certificates to attendees. Jatinder Kaur from Kips Publication took sessions for students from Class VII to XII. She apprised them about phishing, sextortion, cyber abuse, digital frauds etc. Sonia Arora, HoD, IT, and Rachita Khurana, technical in-charge of the school made the meetings possible through virtual mode. School principal Gulshan Kaur advised students to follow tips given by experts and be safe while using social media. TNS



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