Annual Function at Sri Ram Ashram Public School, Amritsar : The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Amritsar: The Shri Ram Ashram Public School in Amritsar held an annual ‘Atithi Devo Bhava’ function for UKG and I classes at its premises on Friday. The students presented a program showcasing unity in diversity and the country’s traditions of hospitality. The school’s principal, Dr. Vinodita Sankhyan, said the school’s vision is to develop creative and versatile students. She added that participation in such programs preserved and instilled in children strong cultural beliefs, value systems and love of the nation.

Traffic awareness seminar organized

The District Police Traffic Education Cell conducted an awareness seminar today at St Soldier Elite Convent School, Jandiala Guru. SSP Swampan Sharma, ASI Kamal Jeet and ASI Ranjit Singh briefed the children on traffic rules and regulations, road safety and other aspects of traffic management. They warned against driving any vehicle without a license and advised them to wear a helmet when driving a motorcycle and a seat belt when driving a four-wheeled vehicle. They also asked students not to use their cell phones while driving and provided other traffic-related information.

Children’s day celebrated

To honor our first Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, Children’s Day was celebrated at Spring Blossoms School with great fervor and enthusiasm. The students enjoyed the long celebration which includes exciting games and a fascinating magic show. Principal Anupama Mehra said that to motivate the student to lead a meaningful life and help them contribute to the community, the children and their teachers visited, the children and their teachers visited the Government Secondary School, Karampura, Ranjit Avenue and Citizens Forum Vidya. Mandir, Maqboolpura.

Honored athletes

Students from Khalsa College Public School, GT Road, and Khalsa College International Public School, Ranjit Avenue have excelled in various sporting events. Khalsa Public School student Palakpreet Kaur won the gold medal in the under-14 district road cycling competition. She was also selected to compete at the state level. Apart from this, Upraj Singh and Sarabjot Singh also won bronze medals in state level handball matches in Kheda Watan Punjab Diya. From Khlasa College International Public School, Ajay Pratap Singh while competing in a karate competition organized by Kheda Watan Punjab Association won the gold medal and Rana Ranveer Singh won the gold medal at the karate contest held at Khalsa College School GT Road.

Self-Employment Course at GNDU

The Lifelong Learning Department at Guru Nanak Dev University has opened admissions from November 15 for those who have passed Classes X and XI, regardless of age limit, on campus. Amritsar University for courses related to self-employment. From January 2023, six-month certificate courses are launched for this purpose. Giving information on the courses, the head of the department, Dr. Anupam Kaur, said that these courses include clothing design (for class X girls); Beauty Culture (class X girls); Web development mat (Class XII pass boys and girls); Web design (for XII class pass boys and girls); Computer Basic Concept (for boys and girls in class XII); Communication skills in English (for boys and girls in class XII) and textile design (for girls in class XII). She said candidates who wish to be admitted to these courses can apply for the online admission form on the Guru Nanak Dev University website from November 15, 2022 to November 30, 2022.

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