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Bha­van Vidyalaya Ju­nior, Chandi­garh The students of classes IV and V of Bha­van Vidyalaya Ju­nior, Chandi­garh par­tic­i­pated in an in­ter-House English de­bate com­pe­ti­tion. The com­pe­ti­tion was or­gan­ised by the school’s Hu­man Ex­cel­lence Cell, San­skara. The students were given the topic ‘Have chang­ing trends among school students re­sulted in a de­cline in hu­man val­ues?’ The com­pe­ti­tion gave the students an op­por­tu­nity to think crit­i­cally , de­velop aca­demic re­search skills, im­prove com­mu­ni­ca­tion abil­i­ties and in­crease their self-con­fi­dence. IS Dev Sa­maj Sr Sec School, 21-C, Chandi­garh IS Dev Sa­maj Se­nior Sec­ondary School, 21C, Chandi­garh is or­gan­is­ing a judo tour­na­ment. Play­ers from Jammu, Shimla, Pun­jab, Haryana and Delhi are par­tic­i­pat­ing in the CBSE North Zone-I Judo Tour­na­ment, 2012-13. St Sol­dier School, Mo­hali To cel­e­brate the 105th birth an­niver­sary of the great mar­tyr Bha­gat Singh, a fancy dress com­pe­ti­tion was or­gan­ised at St Sol­dier School, Mo­hali. Students of Play Group to KG came at­tired as Bha­gat Singh in his early days or in his days of dis­guise. They were ad­judged on the ba­sis of their at­tire as well as the slo­gans and songs they used. The school cam­pus echoed with shouts of ‘in­qalab zind­abad’ and ‘mera rang de bas­anti chola’. St Vivekanand Mil­len­nium School, Panchkula St Vivekanand Mil­len­nium School cel­e­brated the 105th birth an­niver­sary of Sha­heed Bha­gat Singh with great pa­tri­otic fer­vor. The premises wore a fes­tive look as it was adorned with the tri-coloured flags. Students staged a skit ti­tled, ‘Mera rang de bas­anti chola’, which high­lighted the supreme sac­ri­fices made by the free­dom fight­ers dur­ing the In­de­pen­dence move­ment. Apara­jita of Class X de­liv­ered a speech on this oc­ca­sion. The students also took a pledge to sac­ri­fice ev­ery drop of their blood to safe­guard the na­tion. Paramveer Singh, min­is­ter of agri­cul­ture, Haryana, awarded a tro­phy to the school. He also pre­sented com­men­da­tion cer­tifi­cates to all the par­tic­i­pants. The skit was ad­judged as the best stage per­for­mance of the func­tion. Prin­ci­pal Piyush Punj urged the students to serve the coun­try and work to­gether to root out the heinous evils from the so­ci­ety.

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