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  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations
  • Shri Krishna Janmashtami celebrations

Shri Krishna Janmashtami was celebrated at The Punjab Public School on August 30, 2021. The students of the Junior School presented a splendidly colourful programme in the Pavate Hall. Mansirat Kaur gave the speech in English. She enlightened the audience on the relevance of the day. Shrey Jindal and Mannat Tangri spoke the Geeta Saar. Bhajans gave a different feel to the milieu. Uday Raja and Prabhugun Kaur were the comperes. The musical play depicted the life history of Shri Krishna. Children were dressed as Radha and Krishna. The cute little ones added a traditional touch to the celebrations when they danced to the beat of Janmashtami songs. Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, The Punjab Public School addressed the gathering and appreciated the efforts put up by staff and students and motivated the children to follow the teachings of Lord Krishna. The first Lady, Ms Anamika Singh, Dr Gurvinder Kaur, Deputy Headmaster, Ms Sapna Gill, Dean of Cultural Activities, Mr K Ramana and Miss Aman Nijjar, Coordinators, Junior School were also present.

    Author, motivational speaker, mentor, columnist, visiting professor and former civil servant, Mr Vivek Atray took some time out from his busy schedule to address boys and girls at The Punjab Public School on August 9, 2021. He spoke on the topic “Achieving success in the post-pandemic world”. He gave young learners 8 Cs− character, calmness, creativity, contentment, courage, compassion, communication and cheerfulness. He encouraged them to be positive and multi-dimensional. He emphasised on the need to be emotionally intelligent to understand the other person from his perspective. Mr Atray has to his credit 8 ted talks and 3 josh talks. Besides, he is the founder of the IT Park at Chandigarh, one of the chief patrons of Chandigarh Literary Society and former Deputy Commissioner of Panchkula. He recommended the reading of his book “Finding Success Within” to lead a purposeful life. Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, PPS gave Mr Atray a token of deeply felt love and gratitude. He thanked Mr Atray profusely to be part of PPS fraternity.

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      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day
      • PPS celebrates 75th Independence Day

      The 75th Independence Day was celebrated at The Punjab Public School, Nabha with great fervour and enthusiasm. Boys and girls gathered at the Headmaster’s Green quite early in the morning. The proceedings got underway with the arrival of the chief guest Mr Ajay Singh at the Headmaster’s Green. All the three wings of the NCC were in attendance. Mr Singh hoisted the national tri-colour to the delight of everyone present and inspected the guard of honour. The scene shifted to the Pavate Hall. Akshima and Prithvi expressed their thoughts on the relevance of the day in English and Punjabi respectively. Kanishk Goyal recited Mai Fauji Hun, a poem composed by Mr Shahid Ahmed, Hindi Master at PPS. Two patriotic songs-Vande Matram and Aye Mere Payare Vatan by the students of the school choir lent a new feel to the atmosphere. Speaking on the occasion, Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh exhorted the youth to rise to the occasion when the virus is wreaking havoc globally. We need to be extremely cautious as far as the unseen virus is concerned which has brought nations to their knees, he said. He reiterated the need to reflect on power and responsibility which are inextricably linked. It was followed by Independence Quiz conceived and curated by Mr Anshul Verma. It had three rounds on Indian National Movement (Early Phase), Gandhian Phase and Audio/Visual. There was a stiff competition between Beas and Sutlej with both the houses tied at 20 points each at the end of the final round. A sporty tie-breaker finally decided the outcome in favour of Sutlejians with 30 points with Beas, Ravi and Jumna trailing behind with 20, 15 and 10 points respectively. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur and Bursar Dr Ankur Samuel Birkett were also present. 

       

        Clara Perret said goodbye to PPS on August 11, 2021 after successfully completing her Cultural Exchange under the aegis of AFS. She arrived on PPS campus in December 2020. She hails from Bernay, Eure, France. She visited PPS at a time when the pandemic was raging globally. In spite of this, she made her stay on the campus fruitful by engaging herself in many activities. She took up Humanities Stream and studied English, Hindi, Political Science, Sociology, Geography and Psychology. She picked up a smattering of Vedic Mathematics as well. 
        Clara explored Indian culture in its multifarious dimensions. She learnt a lot about Indian religions, especially Hinduism and Sikhism. She visited Gurudwaras and temples. She took interest in Indian cuisine and learnt how to make chai, aloo parantha, pooris, daal roti, mango shake, and even learnt how to bake cookies and croissant. 
        She took some time out and visited bazaars in Patiala and shopped Indian suits, juttis, jewellery and got mehandi on her hands. She visited the famous Baradari garden, a stone crusher factory and even hilly areas in the vicinity. 
        She is quite a sporty character. She tried her hand at carom, chess and skating. Besides, she learnt rules of cricket.
        She was able to gel extremely well with her host teachers Ms Sapna Gill, Ms Swarjot Kaur, Ms Ishmeet Singh and Ms Ridhima Sharma.
        During her stay at PPS, she exhibited high standards of impeccable conduct and mannerism. She was a great inspiration to all her friends. 
        In a brief ceremony in the Headmaster’s Office, Clara was given a token of love and gratitude by Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh. He wished her well in her future endeavours. 

         

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          Dr Gurvinder Kaur has taken over as the Deputy Headmaster of The Punjab Public School, Nabha wef August 9, 2021. Besides being the alumnus of PPS, she has 23 years of rich experience as an English teacher. She is known for her pragmatic and result-oriented approach. She played a pivotal role as the Head, Department of English and executed upskilling of students both from Junior as well as Middle School. A firm believer in enhancement of skills, she has taken part in a number of workshops, webinars and seminars over the years. She left a mark in pastoral care during her tenure as the Housemistress of Senior Sutlej House from 2011 to 2016. She was Coordinator Cambridge Assessment International Education, Coordinator IPSC Teachers’ Conclave 2019, Coordinator Career Counselling (2011-2014), Coordinator NDA Coaching (2012-2014), Coordinator Leadership Programme by tGelf (2008-2013), Coordinator Communication Programme to improve spoken English and Coordinator Events. She took the initiative to plan and execute the programme for NDA Coaching and SAT Coaching for two years consecutively. She has been deeply involved in Council evaluation over the years. She attended the IPSC Trust Leadership Development Workshop at Pinegrove School, Dharampur. Besides, she was part of Thames Valley Summer Schools Programme in 2016 and bagged the Certificate of Acknowledgement in the Global Citizen Program- Sevenoaks School, UK. 
          Her zeal for excellence has been duly recognised over the years. She was given the Star Lead Teacher (Secondary) Award at the Teaching Excellence Awards and Reliance Foundation Teacher Award (Teaching Olympiad) in 2018 and Global Teacher’s Award by AKS Education Awards in 2019 respectively. For her accomplishments in public life by promoting education for establishing a just and equitable society, an honorary Doctor of Letters- D Litt was conferred upon her by the University of Central America. 
          We wish her the very best for her new innings. 

           

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