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The new generation should follow the ideals laid out by the father of the nation, he said. A two-minute silence was observed at Mini-Secretariat to pay obeisance to Mahatma Gandhi. Additional Deputy Commissioner, Neeru Katyal, said the sacrifice of Mahatma Gandhi would always inspire us to maintain peace and harmony in the country. The Old students Association provides an ideal opportunity to all the old students to rekindle their association with their alma mater and to renew the contacts with their teachers.
Keeping alive the tradition of previous years, a get together of old students and the faculty of the college, was organised here on Wednesday at the GCG, Ludhiana. Three eminent old students were honoured for their achievements in their respective fields and tremendous contribution to the society.
Principal, Gurminder Kaur accorded a warm welcome to the guests. Bibi Satinder Kaur Beesla could not reach because of unavoidable circumstances and was honoured in absentia. A cultural programme was also performed to mark the occasion. Students of class III confirmed their position in portrait making competition, while the budding star of Nursery got 1st position in poems and songs competition.
School principal Dr Sanjeev Bindra applauded the participants and also congratulated all of them. The students paid flower obeisance to him and remembered him with folded hands and closed eyes. A one-minute silence was observed by the whole school to pay him tributes.
Paying homage to Gandhi, Rajesh Rudhra, chairman, chain of Green Land Schools enlightened the students about the sacrifices made by him and stressed upon the fact that the path shown by him was as relevant today as it was in the past.
Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who was assassinated on this unfortunate day, was a disciple of truth and non-violence. A silent prayer was observed for the peace of this great soul by the whole school.
The principal of the school, Jyoti Sachdev Pujara paid homage to the Father of the Nation and delivered a speech throwing light on this apostle of peace, non-violence and truthfulness. The in-charge of the AMIC, Dr Jagrup Singh Sidhu, said the Centre had gathered and analysed the market intelligence regarding sunflower from various sources to help the farmers to take sowing decisions.
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The government increased the minimum support price MSP of sunflower from Rs 2, per quintal in to Rs 3, per quintal inhe said, informing that the prices of sunflower in the major markets of the state ruled around the MSP during Therefore, farmers should keep this information in view to plan their area under sunflower vis-a-vis other alternative crops like spring maize, moong, early summer vegetables, etc by comparing their relative returns, he emphasised.
Revealing that in India, sunflower occupies the fourth place among oilseed crops in terms of acreage and production, Dr Sidhu said the area under sunflower in the country was 2. He further disclosed, "The major producers of sunflower are Karnataka, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh which account for about 81 per cent of the area and about The total oilseed production in the country during is estimated at Speaking on the occasion, Selinger said Punjabis had made a significant contribution to the Canadian province of Manitoba.
On a visit to India to promote trade ties, Selinger he said, as the executive head of Manitoba, was interested in learning about the culture and life of the people here to forge mutually-beneficial ties. Kuljeet Singh Bhathal, an NRI, who has been instrumental in building the library, said the objective of having the library in the village was to empower the youth, particularly young women, through education. Traffic diversion The road with connects Dugri with Gill Chowk would remain closed for three months for the construction of Expressway project.
The section of road near Gill railway crossing would remain closed from February 2 for the construction of bridge. The traffic place today made arrangement that the ongoing project should not pose traffic hiccups.
A race was also organized between Nitin and Mandeep where Nitin won. They enjoyed the show as well as the sweets and snacks served to them. After the morning festivities, the staff and IAYP students joined forces to prepare a lip smacking, sumptuous meal for all. Sodexo staff was also served and they enjoyed a work free day. In the evening a friendly Volley Ball match was played amongst the staff and the students.
Career counselling workshop Sagar School 22th January, Senior students at The Sagar School are regularly enlightened and advised on their subject choices and career options through the career guidance cell. Presentations regarding foreign universities are also awaited and welcomed by the students. On the evening of 22nd January a visual presentation was given in the school auditorium by Ms.
Joanne Elvy regarding the admission requirements and study programmes at Algoma University, Canada. Students from Classes X, XI and XII listened in rapt attention and asked a lot of questions regarding the fee structure, scholarship and residential facilities. It was a platform where everyone was pulsating with the same frequency of seeking and distributing knowledge. We also had the company of Mr.
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Gusztav Ottrubay from Austria, during the trip. We started our journey on 21st of January at the break of dawn with lots of anticipation and enthusiasm. We were happy to be a part of the opening ceremony and hear the introduction by the chief minister of Rajasthan -Mrs.
Vasundhra Raje Sindhiya, where she reiterated the importance of literature and progressive thinking. Then according to the programme schedule, we went to attend a talk by the noted lyricist, poet and writer Mr.
We also attended a a talk by Mr. The Guest of honour was Mr. David Viger, an educationist from United Kingdom. Rosemary Sagar spoke on the expectations from the young generation.
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The welcome address and the Annual report were read out by the Principal, Ms. Deepak Bisht, the Vice Principal gave the vote of thanks. Also noteworthy was the presence of three Principals of the School as well as the alumni.
The campus was also resplendent with the most creative and innovative display of various exhibits encompassing a wide array of themes like Science, Math, Psychology, Social Science, languages, Arts, Sports, Commerce. The guests expressed delight over the samples of work done by the students of Jewelry, photography and Carpentry Clubs. A major point of attraction was the Observatory where the Celestron Telescope and models like Mars Orbiter Mission Insertion and Hubble Space Telescope caught the imagination of one and all.
The celebrations were enhanced by a fun filled fete replete with innovative games and tongue tickling food items at the food stalls. There was an overall ambience of happiness, laughter, music — a delightful culmination of weeks of brain storming sessions and intense rehearsals. The Sagar School is the proud recipient of International School Award for the second time, for tenure of three years On December 4, Ms.
Jayshree Balasaria, Principal, accompanied by Mr. The dossier was evaluated as outstanding by the Inspection Team. This award is a benchmarking system by the British Council which acknowledges promotion of Internationalism in the curriculum. The morning started with breakfast for the children specially and lovingly served by the teachers.
The house parents and class teachers presented each and every child with beautifully crafted and personalized cards. The children were delighted to receive individual messages from their teachers. This was followed by school cinema for all the classes.
This was an elaborate affair of well thought out and planned games and races for all the children. The kids enjoyed the spoon and lemon race, sack race, brick race, shooting, tug of war and many other competitive games. There was an air of festivity and fun all around even when this session ended just before lunch. Lunch was again served by the teachers making the children feel loved and cherished. After a couple of hours rest, the children were again invited to enjoy a special entertainment programme prepared by the teachers at Amphitheatre.
Students went berserk as they saw the teachers who teach them seriously in the class going on the stage- dancing, singing and enacting funny moments for them. Speaking on the occasion the Principal, Mrs.
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Balasaria specially mentioned the first Prime Minister of the newly independent India and extolled the children to do their best for the country, placing lot of faith in the young generation. The Chief Guest for the ceremony was Mr.
The evening began with the Ceremonial March Past with students and their teachers clad in graduation gowns and caps. The parents of the students were present to encourage their wards and witness the grand spectacle.
It was indeed a memorable afternoon as the parents were overwhelmed on seeing their children perform with lot of enthusiasm and fervor. This year's theme was Fantasy, which came alive with chocolates, toys, fairies and fairy tale characters performing to the mesmerizing numbers.
The eye-catching decor transported the parents to the world of a child's fantasy. The afternoon started with a prayer where the parents made a wish for their child. It was a touching moment when mothers tied a thread to the wishing tree.
The dance drama on 'Red Riding Hood' was much appreciated by all. Even the parents joined their children to the foot tapping number by the Venga Boys.
The compeers of Pre Nursery spoke with lot of confidence. The programme culminated with a lively dance performance by the young kids dressed as Santas to Jingle Bells.