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ATL Marathon at BVM

The Tribune 2017-11-14 01:09:00
SCHOOL NOTES Ludhiana: Bhartiya Vidya Mandir, Udham Singh Nagar, organised Atal Tinkering Lab (ATL) Marathon, in which students showcased their tinkering skills through problem sensing, design thinking, digital computation and prototype development. The students prepared different science projects based on community problems and earned a lot of applause and appreciation. Members of management trust and principal Bandana Sethi keenly observed the projects including prototypes of ‘Smog Reducer, an Innovative solution to fight pollution’, 'Smart Sewage Shooter to make India Swachh and Swasth’, ‘Boosting Healthcare through Vedic Wisdom’ were created by students under the guidance of teachers. ‘Wind powered mobile charger’, ‘ Mobile App – Talk To Me and multiple socket charger’, ’Automated Plant Watering System’, ’Digital Fuel Tank’, ‘Automated School Bell’ prototypes were also developed.
Ludhiana: Students of the BA final year, Psychology, GHG Khalsa College, Gurusar Sadhar, celebrated Children’s Day with the children having special needs at Ek Nayi Umeed School, Raikot. The students were accompanied by Paramjit Kaur Grewal, HoD, and Manjot Kaur, Assistant Professor. The students of the college gifted the children some stationary items and also bought the candles and decorative items prepared by those children as a source of encouragement. — TNS
Annual Sports Day of Childhood Kindergarten, Punjab Mata Nagar, was organised at Guru Gobind Singh Public School. The students entered into the spirit of the occasion in a grand way with the oath being administered by the teachers. Students competed class-wise in events including sprints, races, obstacle races and lemon and spoon races. Fun time with a hurdle race and a tug- of- war between the teachers and parents added to the enjoyment.
Students of Montessori Classes of Ryan School, Dugri, celebrated World Origami Day on the school premises. Teachers provided them with coloured paper and other art materials to give shape to their creativity. Students made lady bugs, rabbits and dogs under the guidance of teachers. All students enjoyed the day.
Blossoms Convent School celebrated 'National Education Day' according to the guidelines given by the CBSE where students award the public with their posters and slogans in the form of rally. Principal Dr Amarjit Kaur also stressed on the importance of literacy and education for the well being of society with the help of education we can put our country on the path of progress.

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