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  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes
  • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave concludes

3-day Online IPSC Students’ Conclave hosted by PPS concluded on October 26, 2021. More than 180 delegates from 30 public schools of the country took part in it. Mr Vivek Atray, former Deputy Commissioner of Panchkula, was the keynote speaker on the final day. He spoke on the theme: “Shaping i-Generation Leaders: The need for schools to evolve”. Mr Atray dwelt at length on how schools can contribute towards the monumental change. He took queries to the satisfaction of the delegates. It was followed by the delegates moving to the respective ERs to deliberate on the finer points of the keynote address. Later they shared their inferences with everyone. Proposing the vote of thanks, Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh said events like these provide a platform to public schools to deliberate on issues of immediate importance. He expressed his gratitude to the Heads of various participating schools for consenting to send their delegates and make the event a resounding success. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur was also present on the occasion.

    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)
    • Online IPSC Students’ Conclave (Day-2)

    Day-2 of the Online IPSC Students’ Conclave began on a high note. Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh welcomed the delegates and the motivational speaker Mr Ketan Bhagat. Apoorva Singh shared the worthy credentials of Mr Bhagat with the participants. Mr Bhagat spoke on the theme– “Deconstructing Leadership for i-Generation”. It was a very interactive session. He shared three inputs on the changing dynamics of leadership for Gen Z. The inputs are:

    (i) The competition is no longer with the outside world.
    (ii) The competition is now with our own self.
    (iii) It is ok to be yourself in this world.

    Mr Bhagat took queries of the participants. It was followed by the delegates joining the respective ERs for deliberating on the key points of the keynote address. The first session was devoted exclusively for discussing the concepts of old leadership and the need for a new model of leadership better suited to the needs of the i-Generation. The second session focused on the practical application of the concepts and points discussed in the first session. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur was also present.

     

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      PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave 2021 - 22
      Former Army Chief addresses delegates   

      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave
      • PPS organises online IPSC Students’ Conclave

      PPS hosted the online IPSC Students’ Conclave from October 24-26, 2021. The theme of the Conclave was: “Schools: The Cradles of i-Generation Leaders”. More than 180 student delegates from 30 prestigious public schools of the country took part in it. The proceedings kicked off with informal conversation and entry of participants at 3.50 pm. It was handled deftly by student leaders of PPS. It was followed by welcome and general introduction. The Opening Ceremony got underway with Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh welcoming the chief guest General Bikram Singh, PVSM, UYSM, AVSM, SM, VSM, former Chief of Army Staff & Chairman, Chiefs of Staff (Retd) and an alumnus of The Punjab Public School. Apoorva Singh formally introduced the chief guest by sharing his worthy credentials with the participants. Delivering his keynote address, General Bikram Singh dwelt at length on the qualities of a leader, especially in the context of the theme. He called upon the delegates to flex their ideational muscles and come out with something concrete from the Conclave. The chief guest took some queries from the participants. Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh thanked the chief guest for sparing some time to be amongst the young leaders. It was followed by two sessions when the delegates went to their escape rooms to deliberate on the theme of the Conclave. The proceedings for Day-1 ended with inferences drawn from the deliberations. Thank you note for Day-1 and instructions for Day-2 brought the curtain down on the fast-paced event of the day.

      Gleanings from General Bikram Singh’s address

      Theme: “Schools: The Cradles of i-Generation Leaders”

      Dwelling on the theme of the Conclave, General Bikram Singh said we are living in a highly volatile era where things are in a continuous state of flux. Technological advances have put humanity on the verge of monumental change. There is a paradigm shift from the generation of baby boomers of 1960s to a highly tech-savvy workforce of today. He emphasised the need for public schools to take the lead in this field with human face intact. We don’t have to say goodbye to creativity in the face of stiff competition as far as technology is concerned, said he. As cradles of leaders, whether i-generation or otherwise, decision-making by public school leaders will always hold its sway over the rest of humanity. The mechanics of leadership will remain the same for all ages. A leader must take decisions in the context of people. He should not be afraid of decisions going wrong but be quick to make mid-course correction without any room for ego. Decisions go wrong even at the highest echelons of leadership. A leader must realise any wrong or a hasty decision will have a cascading effect. He said a leader must be a good manager as well. Sharing some vital inputs on leadership, the General said trust and agility set a leader apart from the common rut of humanity. A leader can be more effective if he empowers people down the chain. A leader must ensure the workforce under him keeps upgrading its skills on a regular basis so as not to be irrelevant in a continuously evolving milieu. A leader must keep contingency plans ready in case of crisis. He must be a quintessential analyser of what is happening all around to get a clear picture of things. A leader must lead by example. It is his duty to ensure that people are jolted out of their comfort zones so that they remain ever ready to respond to any challenge. A good leader always questions the status quo and aspires for new heights. He indulges in a meticulous introspection and reflects on the lessons of the day. A good leader is a great listener too. He excels at inter-personal skills to have a lasting boding with his team. An ideal leader is a man of integrity and loyalty. He respects diversity in his organisation. He welcomes a constructive critique and raises himself in the estimation of others by taking the best out of it.

       

        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet
        • PPS organises athletics meet

        A week-long athletics events as part of the Annual Inter-House Athletics Meet at The Punjab Public School concluded on Saturday. It was the first major event organised by the school since the onset of corona in 2020. Divjot, Sarthak and Kanav shared the honour for the Best Athlete (Boys) in Section-A. Guriqbal Singh and Kabir Singh were adjudged the Best Athletes in Section-B and Section-C respectively. In Section-A and B (Girls), Harsimrat Kaur and Vishavjeet Kaur were declared the Best Athletes. Sher Jung Singh Chahal Memorial Trophy for the Best House in March Past at Annual Inter-House Athletics Meet presented by Batch of ICSE-1995 went to Ravi House. Inter-House Athletics Trophy for Junior Girls and Senior Girls went to Ravi House. Inter-House Athletics Trophy for Junior Houses donated by Brig Jang Shamsher Singh and Independent Armoured Brigade in 1961 was bagged by Sutlej House. Inter-House Athletics Trophy for Middle Houses donated by Mr Kuljinder Singh Sahota (Old Nabhaite Ex J-203) was lifted by Jumna House. Inter-House Athletics Trophy for Senior Houses donated by Air Marshal Dilbagh Singh AOC-in-C Western Command in 1980 went to Beas House. Harpreet Singh Memorial Inter-House Overall Athletics Championship Trophy for Boys was lifted by Beas House. The chief guest Dr Gunmeet Bindra, Director Principal, Delhi Public School, Rajpura gave away prizes and trophies to winners. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Bindra emphasised the need to make sports an integral part of education. She said the best of decision-making is learnt on the playing fields. Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh gave Dr Bindra a token of deeply felt respect and gratitude. Proposing the vote of thanks, Mr Singh said it was important to realise how sports truly shape your character. He expressed his gratitude to Dr Bindra for sparing some time from her busy schedule to be amongst students at PPS. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur and Bursar Dr Ankur Samuel Birkett were also present.

         

          • Oath Taking Ceremony 2021 - 22
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          School Appointments Oath Taking Ceremony

          The School Appointments for the Academic Session (2021-22) were sworn in on October 18, 2021. In a special evening assembly called for the purpose, the appointments were led into the famed Pavate Hall by Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, The Punjab Public School, Nabha. The citations were read out highlighting their achievements in the school over the years. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Singh enumerated the qualities which go into the making of a leader. He said responsibility, trust and honour set a true leader apart from the commoners. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur and Bursar Dr Ankur Samuel Birkett were present.

          The following is the list of School Appointments:

          S. No.

          Appointment

          House No.

          Name

          1

          Head Boy

          S-00278

          Gurwinder Singh

          2

          Head Girl

          J-00603

          Simran

          3

          Deputy Head Boy

          B-00335

          Jashanjot Singh Khurana

          4

          Deputy Head Girl

          S-00230

          Anureet Pannu

          5

          Academics Captain

          J-00290

          Arpit Singh

          6

          Sports Captain (Boys)

          B-00286

          Pushpinder Singh

          7

          Sports Captain (Girls)

          S-00334

          Jagnoor Kaur Boparai

          8

          Cultural Activities Captain

          J-00349

          Sewak Singh Ghuman

          9

          Students’ Welfare Captain

          R-00156

          Akram Khan

          10

          Health & Physical Well-being Captain

          R-00088

          Sukhraj Singh Mann

          11

          Round Square Captain

          S-00334

          Jagnoor Kaur Boparai

          12

          MUN Captain

          B-00400

          Jasvir Singh

          13

          Captain Beas

          B-00287

          Ayush Jain

          14

          Captain Jumna

          J-00174

          Param Partap Singh Kahlon

          15

          Captain Ravi

          R-00318

          Abhayjot Singh Dhaliwal

          16

          Captain Sutlej

          S-00335

          Divjot Singh Brar

          17

          School Prefect

          J-00233

          Gursehaj Singh

          18

          School Prefect

          R-00369

          Heavendeep Singh

          19

          School Prefect

          S-00106

          Armaan Singh Dhillon

          20

          School Prefect

          S-00167

          Komaldeep Singh

           

           

            • Lt Col Manmohinder Kaur motivates girls to join armed forces
            • Lt Col Manmohinder Kaur motivates girls to join armed forces
            • Lt Col Manmohinder Kaur motivates girls to join armed forces
            • Lt Col Manmohinder Kaur motivates girls to join armed forces
            • Lt Col Manmohinder Kaur motivates girls to join armed forces
            • Lt Col Manmohinder Kaur motivates girls to join armed forces

            A lecture was organised at The Punjab Public School on October 9, 2021. Lt Col Manmohinder Kaur and an Old Nabhaite spoke on women’s participation in the armed forces. She explained the entire process of becoming an officer right from the induction stage to being commissioned into the armed forces with special emphasis on Officers Training Academies. She listed out attitude, strength, bonhomie, camaraderie, team spirit, mental flexibility and adaptability as the key qualities that go into the making of an officer. The armed forces are gender neutral, said she. Your professional competence is more important than your gender. She said army offers you respect, versatility and adventure. It teaches you crisis management, level-headedness and calmness despite all odds. It teaches you to live life to the fullest. The biggest thing army teaches you is to take each day as it comes. It teaches you to take pride in your job and prioritize service before your self.

            Dwelling further on the role of an officer, Lot Col Manmohinder Kaur said it is important to put your heart and soul into what you do. You are expected to set your benchmarks and never lower them, said she. It is equally important to be humble and respectful to each other. An officer is supposed never to misuse his/her power and rank. She said an officer should never hesitate to ask for help and be emotionally independent but believe in inter-dependence. He or she should accept failure with grace and make corrections. He/She should take responsibility for his/her actions. He or she should lead by example. An officer should know he/she is being watched. A woman officer should never let her gender be an escape. Once you wear uniform, you are an officer, said she. Women are emotionally stronger. They should never lose their femininity because it is their strength. They should not hesitate to show their softer side; that is their uniqueness. It helps them to understand their subordinates better.

            Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh thanked Lt Col Manmohinder Kaur profusely for taking some time out to be amongst girls and gave her a token of deeply felt respect and gratitude. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur also graced the occasion with her benign presence.

              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid
              • Dr Deepak Gupta enlightens Nabhaites on First Aid

              A lecture was organised at The Punjab Public School on October 8, 2021. Dr Deepak Gupta, MS, orthopedic surgery and an Old Nabhaite (B-727), who did his ICSE in 1990, was the guest speaker. He spoke on First Aid. In a school of the eminence and stature of PPS with 820 boarders on rolls, injuries and accidents of minor nature are almost a daily occurrence. In such situations, the knowledge of First Aid comes in handy. He dwelt at length on what should be done in cases of injuries, bruises, burns, insect bites and stings. He emphasised the need to be properly educated as far as First Aid is concerned. Household remedies stand nowhere compared to the scientifically proven methodologies, said he.

              Dr Deepak Gupta is a gold medallist from DMC, Ludhiana. During his graduation, he was adjudged the Best Graduate and the Best All-Rounder. He pursued his post-graduation in orthopedic surgery. He was senior resident doctor in DMC, Ludhiana for a year and is presently practising in Nabha.

              Speaking on the occasion, Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh thanked Dr Gupta for having spared some time from his busy schedule to be amongst the students. He gave Dr Deepak Gupta and Dr Geetu Gupta, MD, Radiology and a special invitee, Executive Committee of the School Board of Governors a token of deeply felt respect and gratitude.

              Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur also graced the occasion with her benign presence.

               

                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021
                • Round Square International Conference-2021

                Round Square International Conference was hosted online from September 20-23, 2021 on the theme ‘Blue Skies and Brave Conversation’. Six students, namely Gurwinder Singh, Sewak Singh, Jagnoor Kaur, Jashanjot Singh Khurana, Jasvir Singh and Vishav Partap Singh along with RS Head, Mr Ajay Singh and RS Rep, Ms Tanuja Singh participated in the event.

                The conference was organized on a virtual platform ‘Gather’, where the students could make an avatar for themselves and enter inside. The platform was in the form of a park which had many activities for the delegates like:

                1. Cinema: A short movie based on the ideals of Round Square was screened every day.
                2. Fire Pits: Spaces were created where the students could debate on a given topic.
                3. Picnic Blankets: Few schools organized some activities based on a topic where the students could enter and play or discuss.
                4. Main Stage: The schools were asked to send a cultural performance which was screened on the main stage.
                5. Yoga Pagodas: The Yoga Pagodas offered various training videos which the delegates could watch and do.
                6. Conference Halls: The keynote addresses were screened in various Conference Halls.
                7. Baraza Rooms: After the keynote address, the delegates moved to the baraza rooms for detailed discussion. 
                8. Beach: The delegates could enter the beach and relax and watch the individual performances of the delegates.
                9. Tetris and Piano Playing: Delegates also played game tetris and played piano during the conference.
                10. Art Gallery: Delegates were asked to send art pieces based on the theme which were displayed in the Art Gallery.
                11. Selfie Corner: The delegates could enter the selfie corner and post their selfie on the wall.

                The conference was held for four days with sub-theme for each day. Day-1 was dedicated to ‘Brave Conversation’ followed by Day-2 based on ‘Inclusion and Identity’. Day-3 revolved around the theme ‘Climate Action’. Day-4 was devoted exclusively to ‘Ethical Leadership’. The delegates were expected to log into the gather platform every day, arrive on a virtual train and then proceed to the table of respective schools. The table had a message for all the delegates. They read the message, entered the park and spent an hour on the above-mentioned activities. This was followed by the keynote address, after which all the delegates moved to allotted baraza rooms for discussion on the given topic. The delegates assembled back at the school table at the conclusion of the baraza and read the homework for the next day.

                In these challenging times when everything is going online, this conference was totally a different and amazing experience for all of us. Everyone had many takeaways and enjoyed the conference to the fullest.

                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi
                  • PPS celebrates the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi

                  PPS celebrated the 152nd birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi with great fervour. Boys and girls assembled in the Pavate Hall at 9.00 am. Apoorva Singh, Garima Tayal and Hirdayjeet Singh expressed their thoughts on the relevance of the day in English, Hindi and Punjabi respectively. The assembly was conducted by Chandan Singh and Anya Bath. Jashanjot Singh made a presentation on the life and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi. The rendering of Vaishnav Jan and Raghupati Raghav Raja Ram by the school choir gave a new feel to the occasion.  Speaking on the occasion, Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, PPS dwelt at length on the Gandhian values of truth and non-violence. He urged everyone to embrace the principles of one of the greatest sons of India and read his writings to understand the man. The assembly concluded with national anthem. Dr Gurvinder Kaur, Deputy Headmaster and Dr Ankur Samuel Birkett, Bursar were also present.

                    "If tombstones told the truth, everybody would wish to be buried at sea. ~ John W. Raper "