Police DAV public school celebrates Teej : The Tribune India

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Jalandhar: The Teej festival was celebrated today in the pre-primary wing of the DAV Police State School, PAP campus, with much fervor and gaiety. Principal Rashmi Vij kicked off the celebration by lighting the lamp. For the occasion, children came dressed in magnificent Punjabi costumes. The children enthusiastically participated in the various activities. Along with the children, their parents also fervently participated in modeling and pairs of mothers and daughters, fathers and sons danced to Punjabi songs. All the preparation was done under the supervision of Savita Sharma, head of the pre-primary wing. Director Rashmi Vij congratulated the children and their parents on the occasion of Teej mela. Food, henna and bracelet stalls were set up in the main wing and fun games were also held. On this occasion, a draw was also made during which very attractive gifts were given to the parents of the children. It mainly consisted of a microwave oven, suitcases, sheets, dinner service, wall clock and other very attractive gifts. The children also enjoyed different types of swings. The modeling and dance competition jury included Gargi Sharma and Jaspreet Shahi. 200 children from Kindergarten to Class I participated in the function. The principal handed out prizes to well-dressed children. The result of the dance competition organized on this occasion is as follows: Kavyansh, Ruhan, Jasmin and Avneet Kaur won first place. Second prize went to Sahib Kaur, Wani, Samyra and Kuvera. Radhika, Arjun, Samaksh and Jasmilan were in third place. Tanveer, Ramnik, Ansh and Aarush ranked first in modeling. Harshika, Srija, Gurmannat, Vian and Parneet Kaur were in second place. Chandan, Navriti, Bavannia, Taksh, Inayat and Gursahij were in third place.

Organized orientation program

Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, Jalandhar has organized an induction and orientation program for new female students corresponding to the 2022-23 session by IQAC department, Lyallpur Khalsa College for Women, Jalandhar. Principal Navjot addressed new students in the seminar room as well as in class. The students were informed about the college and its rich historical past. Students were also informed about internships, achievements, facilities, scholarships, financial aids and proud alumni of the institution. The students were then taken on the college tour where they were shown computer labs, fashion design labs, and language labs, etc. The students felt delighted to see the green and conducive environment of the institution. Then, the timetable for the current session was distributed to them. Towards the end, Principal Navjot congratulated the students and appreciated IQAC and Jaswinder Kaur, Head of Commerce Department and Adjunct Professor Harmohini (English) for their efforts.

Hiroshima Day Observed

Hiroshima Day was celebrated at Eklavya School, Jalandhar, with its message “to mark the tragedy of the 1945 fatal bombing”. A special assembly for peace was organized by the students of class IV. Class IV Sonam featured the poetic narration of the entire Hiroshima nuclear attack sequence and the unimaginable anger faced by the innocent people, graphically depicting the horror of the atomic bomb. JK Gupta (President) and Seema Handa (Director) stated that Hiroshima Day is celebrated on August 6 every year. It aims to promote a policy of peace against war. The day is a reminder of the bombing of Hiroshima by the United States during World War II. The Class III student also spread the message through the various slogans and banners. A competition was also organized on this occasion. Preschoolers took a step forward to spread peace with a silent march for peace displaying various game cards such as peace is patriotic and peace begins with a smile. A role play Sadako Sasaki (Japanese girl) was played by Class III student Nayra. Sadako Sasaki was a survivor of the bombing. Dimple Malhotra (Administrator) and Komal Arora (Principal) encouraged students through the message of peace to take a pledge and swear not to fight.


Community Roadshow-2022 was organized by Google Developers Group at Guru Nanak Dev University, Regional Campus, Jalandhar. The main objective of the tour was to familiarize the students with the various existing technologies and to help them choose the desired career path. Student coordinator Disha Sharma welcomed the guest and was assisted by fellow students Akshay Sharma, Sajandeep Singh, Jashanpreet Kaur and Aryan Dhingra. Attendees learned about the web roadmap, mobile, building websites from scratch, cloud tour, ML Pathway, and introduction to AI. Associate Dean Jyoteesh Malhotra and Teacher Coordinator Harmandar Kaur praised the efforts of GDG team members Vrijraj Singh, WTM Varsha Jaiswal, Suraj Mani, Anubhav Gupta, Himanshu and Ashwani Kumar. Faculty members who graced the event include Dr. DeepKamal Randhawa, Dr. Butta Singh, Dr. Manjit Singh, Dr. Neena Madan, Dr. Neetika Soni, Dr. Himali, Dr. Vinit Grewal, Dr. Sheetal Kalra, Dr. Varinder Attri. Students gained knowledge on a range of technical subjects and improved their technical skills.

Celebration in tradition

The Teej festival was celebrated with great enthusiasm at the model house branch of St Soldier Divine Public School, in which students and teachers dressed in traditional style. On occasion, the girls showcased their art by performing folk songs, dance, gidha, bhangra and modelling. Vice President Sangeeta Chopra, while congratulating everyone on the occasion of Teej, extended her best wishes to all.

100 participate in the talent hunt contest

With the aim of harnessing the innate talent of the students and aiding in its expression, a talent hunt was organized in the central wing of the DAV Police Public School, PAP Campus, Jalandhar Cantt. During the competition, 100 students from classes VI-VIII took the stage and performed in the music (instrument), music (voice) and dance categories with great enthusiasm and confidence. The preparation for the competition was done under the supervision of Anju Sehgal and Manmeet Mann. The jury included Manpreet Kaur from MGN, Urban Estate, Harpreet Kaur, DIPS Jalandhar, Reena Police DAV Public School. Principal Rashmi Vij appreciated the presentation given by all the students and rewarded the winning students. Results: Class VI (vocal music) First—Bhavya and Kunwarpreet; second-Navkeerat and Akshit. (Instrumental music) First—Rishi and Harvinder, second—Manveer. Dance(western) First—Garima and Divanshi, second—Agam. Dance (Bollywood/Classical) Premiere—Sumona, Inayat and Jhanvi; second-Jiana and Ramya. Dance (folk) First—Kashish, Abhishek; second-Ramandeep and Rudradeep Kaur. Class VII Music (Voice) First—Vans, Second—Paramveer. Music (instrumental) first—Lakshya, Simon, Rajveer; second-Armaan, Darshendra, Aishwarya. Dance(western) First—Ekish; second—Anouchka. Dance (Bollywood/Classical) Premiere—Angel and Aarohi; second-Jiya and Jai Aditya. Dance(folk) First—Harshita, Pavitra and Rajveer and second—Lakshit and Angelica. Class VIII music (vocal) first – Bhavsukhjit, Vikas; second-Sidhi and Anubhav. Music (instrumental) first—Aditya and Sparsh; second-Tanav, Arjun and Divyansh. Dance (Western) first—Jiya, Saksham; second-Mayank and Ananya. Dance (Bollywood/classical) first—Jhanvi, Tavish; second-Suhana and Lakshya. Dance (folk) first—Gurnishan and Shruti; second-Tejaswi and Ipshita.

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