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PPS students did the school proud by producing excellent Board results. The results for ICSE and ISC were declared by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi on July 10, 2020. In ISC (Humanities), Avleen Kaur, Dilnoor Ghai and Jaspreet Kaur topped with 97% marks each. In ISC (Science), Kirandeep Kaur stood first with 96% marks, Akashdeep Singh Gill stood second with 95% marks and Jashandeep Singh stood third with 94.5% marks. In ISC (Commerce), Jasjot Kaur stood first with 97% marks, Janice stood second with 93.8% marks and Gursahib Singh and Anukaranpret Kaur shared the third slot with 93.5% marks each. Incidentally, Jaspreet Kaur, Dilnoor Ghai, Avleen Kaur and Jasjot Kaur were overall toppers in ISC examination. A total of 79 students took the ISC examination with 39 of them making it to 90s. While ten (10) students made a Perfect Score of 100 in Political Science, one (1) achieved the feat in Physical Education.

In ICSE, Arpit Singh and Divyam Gupta stood first with 97.2% marks and Siya Garg stood third with 96.4% marks. A total of 143 students appeared in ICSE examination with 48 of them making it to 90s. While ten (10) students made a Perfect Score of 100 in English Literature, five (5) achieved the feat in Computer Applications. Besides, two (2) students each in History and Geography made it to the magic figure.

Meritorious Students (ISC)

S. No.

Name

%age

1

Avleen Kaur

97 (Humanities)

2

Dilnoor Ghai

97 (Humanities)

3

Jaspreet Kaur

97 (Humanities)

4

Jasjot Kaur

97 (Commerce)

5

Annvi Jain

96.8 (Humanities)

6

Parijotinder Kaur

96.8 (Humanities)

7

Varun Josan

96.5 (Humanities)

8

Aakshi Batra

96.3 (Humanities)

9

Kirandeep Kaur

96 (Science)

10

Amarbir Singh

95.8 (Humanities)

11

Manya Singla

95.8 (Humanities)

12

Jagmeet Singh

95.5 (Humanities)

13

Akashdeep Singh Gill

95 (Science)

14

Satnam Singh

94.8 (Humanities)

15

Gurleen Kaur Bajwa

94.5 (Humanities)

16

Imrose Brar

94.5 (Humanities)

17

Jashandeep Singh

94.5 (Science)

18

Siddhant

94 (Science)

19

Arshdeep Kaur

93.8 (Humanities)

20

Janice

93.8 (Commerce)

21

Trisha Banerjee

93.8 (Science)

22

Yash Rehmat Kaur

93.8 (Humanities)

23

Anukaranpreet Kaur

93.5 (Commerce)

24

Gursahib Singh

93.5 (Commerce)

25

Khushnoor Kaur

93.3 (Commerce)

26

Jasman Kaur

92.5 (Humanities)

27

Jasmilan Kaur

92.3 (Commerce)

28

Aayush Ahuja

91.5 (Commerce)

29

Seerat Kaur

91.5 (Science)

30

Taranjot Kaur

91.5 (Commerce)

31

Arsh

91.3 (Science)

32

Gurpiyar Singh

91.3 (Commerce)

33

Gurujot Kaur Garcha

91 (Commerce)

34

Navreet Kaur

91 (Commerce)

35

Ekamjot Kaur

90.8 (Commerce)

36

Sargam Bansal

90.8 (Commerce)

37

Arman Inder Singh

90.5 (Science)

38

Divjot Kaur

90 (Commerce)

39

Sandeep Singh Aulakh

90 (Science)

 

Meritorious Students (ICSE)

S. No.

Name

%age

1

Arpit Singh

97.2

2

Divyam Gupta

97.2

3

Siya Garg

96.4

4

Gurwinder Singh

96

5

Jatin Markan

95.6

6

Karan Garg

95.6

7

Jagnoor Kaur Boparai

94.8

8

Ritvik Dalla

94.8

9

Akram Khan

94.4

10

Kamalpreet Kaur

94.2

11

Shubhra Singla

94.2

12

Aditya Kakkar

94

13

Parampreet Singh

94

14

Shahheen Kaur

94

15

Damanveer Kaur

93.8

16

Jemandeep Singh

93.8

17

Krish Bansal

93.8

18

Jai Mittal

93.6

19

Tanvir Singh Thind

93.6

20

Jaskaranjot Singh

93.4

21

Simranjit Singh

93.4

22

Yashwanshi Singh

93.4

23

Manya Goyal

93.2

24

Noorinder Singh

93.2

25

Dilraj Singh Grewal

93

26

Sarthak Nain 

92.8

27

Jashanjot Singh

92.6

28

Sahilpreet Singh

92.6

29

Amrik K Bhathal

92.2

30

Devansh Mittal

92

31

Jasdeep Singh

91.8

32

Amrinder Singh

91.4

33

Divjot Singh Brar

91.4

34

Uday S Sandhu

91.4

35

Ayush Jain

91.2

36

Anmol Singh

91

37

Beer Inder Singh Panag

90.8

38

Jashanpreet Kaur

90.8

39

Karandeep Kaur

90.6

40

Yuktam Singla

90.6

41

Gurshaan Singh

90.4

42

Jasvir Singh

90.4

43

Karanpreet Singh

90.4

44

Manav

90.4

45

Nimish Nanda

90.4

46

Gursimran Singh

90.2

47

Hardil Singh

90

48

Vansh Garg

90

 

The NCC (Air Wing) Cadets of The Punjab Public School, Nabha under the aegis of 3 Punjab Air Sqn NCC, Patiala celebrated Kargil Vijay Diwas on July 26, 2020. It is an important day in the history of independent India. Operation Vijay launched to regain control of outposts lost to Pakistan culminated in the decisive victory for the Indian army on July 26, 1999 establishing the status quo ante. 527 soldiers laid down their lives and more than 1300 were wounded. The cadets participated in a Webinar and paid glowing tributes to the martyrs. 1st Officer Shahid Ahmed coordinated the event. Dr Rakesh Alfred, Officiating Headmaster complimented the efforts of the cadets on the occasion. He exhorted the cadets to imbibe the spirit of sacrifice as exemplified in the lives of Kargil heroes such as Capt Vikram Batra, Maj Saurabh Kalia, Maj Rajesh Adhikari, Maj Vivek Gupta and Maj Padmapani Acharya, to name a few.


    The lockdown has not dampened the ever-spirited response of the Nabhaites to any call for Round Square activities. Being a responsible global member of the esteemed body, the boys and girls of The Punjab Public School, Nabha exhibited a keen interest in all aspects of online initiatives undertaken in the recent past under the supervision of the Round Square Representative, Mrs Tanuja Singh.

    1. 'Act of Kindness' hosted by St Clement’s School, Toronto, Canada 
    On 28th May 2020, St Clement’s School, Canada organised a Zoom meeting in which students and teachers from 15 Round Square schools took part. The schools were from South Africa, Germany, Chile, Peru, the UK, Argentina, Colombia, Canada and India. Ekamjot Singh, Gurmanpreet Singh and Arnav Dua were the students from PPS, Nabha.
    The students from all over the world shared their acts of kindness. The keynote speakers kicked off the call before the participants moved into breakout rooms for barazza discussions. It was any eye-opener for all to know the extent to which people would go to help others.

    2. 'Welcome to Tokyo' by Keime Gakuen, Japan
    On 10th June 2020, students from Keimei Gakuen and RS Rep Mari Sekine hosted Zoom Postcard “Welcome to Tokyo” and shared interesting facts and quizzes about different aspects of Japanese culture including Places, Music, Anime, Pet Cafes, Origami, Food and Shopping.
    They were joined on the call by more than 100 students from 16 schools from the Round Square community worldwide. The schools were from China, the UK, South Africa, Japan, Colombia, Australia and India.
    Gurmanpreet Singh Saran, Antra Gill, Manveer Kaur, Gursimran Kaur, Shivam Virk, Gurnoor Pahwa, Ekamveer Singh, Krishna Jindal, Naina Bath and Pramita Ranu participated from PPS, Nabha.

    3. 'Let's Talk Together' hosted by Jr and Sr High School Kogakuin University, Japan
    On 17th June 2020, Jr and Sr High School Kogakuin University, Japan hosted Zoom Postcard “Let’s Talk Together” and shared how people from different parts of the world spent their leisure time.
    More than 70 participants from 15 schools in Japan, Pakistan, Australia, Jordan, Colombia, India, Peru and the USA joined in online. They were asked to share in advance the call photos or written examples of the things they do, or the places they go to with their friends in their free time. On the call, the hosts shared their contributions and invited participants to talk about their photographs and experiences before taking questions about life in Japan.
    They found out how social activities have transformed over the years in Japan, learned about participants’ passion for roller skating, dance, keeping fit, going to the beach, painting, going to see movies, sports, horse riding, pets, crafts, music, community service and much more. They discovered a shared love of playing chess, eating and reading, were introduced to a pet dog and discovered differences and similarities in our social activities and behavioural patterns.
    Ekamveer Singh, Gursimran Kaur, Shivam Virk and Pramita Ranu participated from PPS, Nabha.

    4. 'Experiences of Digital School' hosted by Realschule Gut Warnberg, Germany
    Realschule Gut Warnberg, Germany hosted a fantastic RS Zoom postcard on Digital School. The students sent in photographs and short comments in advance about what their experience of Digital School had looked and felt like, which were discussed on the call before participants finally split into five barazza groups to firm up their perceptions.
    The students from 14 schools participated in the call. The hosts comprised Gut Warnberg Schule (Germany), along with, St. George’s College (Peru), The Punjab Public School (India), Keimei Gakuen (Japan), KC Public School (India), Chittagong Grammar School (Bangladesh), Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girls’ Public School (India), San Silvestre School (Peru), Sunbeam School Lahartara (India), The Indian School Al-Ghubra (Oman), Chanderbala Modi Academy (India), The Doon School (India), Dhirubhai Ambani International School (India), and Vidya Devi Jindal School (India).
    Gursimran Kaur, Naina Bath, Ishmeet Kaur and Ananya Suryavanshi attended this postcard activity.

     

      The cadets of The Punjab Public School, Nabha under the aegis of 3 Punjab Air Sqn NCC Patiala participated actively in an online tree plantation drive on July 19, 2020. While the world is reeling under the pandemic, the cadets going online for the noble cause was a message of sorts. The cadets planted more than 200 saplings along with their parents. They also encouraged their neighbours for the noble exercise. 1st Officer Shahid Ahmed (Air Wing) coordinated the event. The Officiating Headmaster Dr Rakesh Alfred complimented the efforts of the cadets.
       

        Online Art Competition

        An Online Art Competition was held on June 5, 2020. The students from Classes IV to XII participated enthusiastically in it. They wove magic on a host of topics such as lockdown, precautions against corona virus, futuristic scenario keeping in mind the pandemic, self-quarantine, social distancing and global ramifications of corona virus. In Group-IV to VI, Iniya stood first followed by Prabhugun Kaur and Anshveer Singh Sandhu at the second and third spot respectively. In Group-VII to VIII, Warisjot Singh bagged the first slot with Manpreet Kaur and Shaurya Gupta at second and third place respectively. In Group-IX to X, Manjot Kaur was first with Soham Sen and Aryan Gupta at second and third slot respectively. In Group-XI to XII, Pramita Ranu stood first with Smriti and Arpandeep Singh at second and third slot respectively. The consolation winners include Avijit Singh Bajwa, Aashita Singh Thakur, Prabhmeet Kaur and Ashnit Singh Siyan. An esteemed panel of judges evaluated the works of the participants. More then 60 students enlisted their participation in the competition. Dr Rakesh Alfred, Officiating Headmaster expressed satisfaction at the standards set by the budding artists. He congratulated the winners and expressed the hope there would be increased participation in more such competitions in future.

        Results can been seen in the image below:

          PPS students did the school proud by producing excellent Board results. In ISC (Humanities), Avleen Kaur, Dilnoor Ghai and Jaspreet Kaur topped with 97% marks each. In ISC (Science), Kirandeep Kaur stood first with 96% marks, Akashdeep Singh Gill stood second with 95% marks and Jashandeep Singh stood third with 94.5% marks. In ISC (Commerce), Jasjot Kaur stood first with 97% marks, Janice stood second with 93.8% marks and Gursahib Singh and Anukaranpreet Kaur shared the third slot with 93.5% marks each. Incidentally, Avleen Kaur, Dilnoor Ghai, Jasjot Kaur and Jaspreet Kaur were overall toppers in ISC examination.

          In ICSE, Arpit Singh and Divyam Gupta stood first with 97.2% marks and Siya Garg stood third with 96.4% marks.

          Dr Rakesh Alfred, the Officiating Headmaster, PPS lauded the efforts of the staff and students and compliments the parents on the occasion.

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