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  • PPS students shine in Board result
  • PPS students shine in Board result
  • PPS students shine in Board result
  • PPS students shine in Board result
  • PPS students shine in Board result
  • PPS students shine in Board result
  • PPS students shine in Board result
  • PPS students shine in Board result
  • PPS students shine in Board result

PPS students did the school proud by producing excellent Board results. Pramita Ranu from ISC (Humanities) topped the ISC examination with a whopping 99.8% marks. In ISC (Humanities), Chhavi Bansal and Dilasha Malhi stood second and third with 99% and 98.5% marks respectively. In ISC (Science), Rubalpreet Kaur stood first with 97.8% marks, Ekamveer Singh Ghuman was second with 96.3% marks and Anveer Kaur bagged the third slot with 95% marks. In ISC (Commerce), Harshit Garg stood first with 97.5% marks while Jashanpreet Kaur Jawanda and Sunaina Gupta were second with 95.8% marks each. Inderpreet Tayal stood third with 94.8% marks. In ISC (Humanities), the batch average stands at 93.9% while in ISC (Science) and ISC (Commerce), it is 91.7% and 88.8% respectively. The overall batch average in ISC is super 90.7%.

In ICSE, Garima and Muskan topped with 97% marks each. Anushtha and Divyangna were second with 96.4% marks each. The overall batch average is an impressive 89.8%.

Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, PPS lauded the efforts of the staff and students and complimented the parents on the occasion.

    An online GK Quiz was organised by 3 Punjab Air Sqn NCC Patiala. 2-member teams from 25 schools participated in it. PPS Nabha, YPS Patiala, Budha Dal School, Patiala, DAV, Sunam, Govt School, Civil Lines, Patiala and Sahibzada Ajit Singh Academy, Ropar made it to the second round. PPS and Sahibzada Ajit Singh Academy, Ropar qualified for the final round scoring 60 points each. Finally, the team from PPS comprising Cadet Gurshan Singh Shergill and Cadet Dushyant Goyal lifted the quiz trophy scoring 70 points while Sahibzada Ajit Singh Academy, Ropar managed 50 points. Gp Capt Rajesh Sharma, Commanding Officer, 3 Punjab Air Sqn NCC Patiala was present on the occasion. Col Daljit Singh, Dy Gp Commander, Patiala Gp Hdq gave the winning trophy to Cadet Gurshan Singh Shergill and NCC (Air Wing) Incharge, Chief Officer Shahid Ahmed. Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, The Punjab Public School complimented the efforts of the cadets.

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      Mr Ramana Kumar and Ms Mithali from The Punjab Public School completed successfully Technology Empowered Teacher Training Program conducted by Wyvern Edu Solutions−Channel Partners of Microsoft from May 18-21, 2021. They were awarded the Certificates of Recognition by Microsoft Education Center. With this, they have become the Certified Microsoft Innovative Educators. Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, PPS complimented Mr Ramana Kumar and Ms Mitali for the recognition and wished them well in future.

       

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        • SAMANTA-A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium
        • SAMANTA-A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium
        • SAMANTA-A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium
        • SAMANTA-A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium
        • SAMANTA-A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium
        • SAMANTA-A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium
        • SAMANTA-A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium
        • SAMANTA-A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium

        Seven (7) students−Antra Gill, Deepam Garg, Kudrat Kaur, Apoorva Singh, Arpit Singh, Prithvi Kaur and Arpanbir Singh Pannu along with Physics Master Mr Niraj Pratap Singh participated in SAMANTA−A Gender Equality Global Perspective Symposium on July 7, 2021. The prestigious event was hosted by Dhirubhai Ambani International School, Mumbai. The eminent speaker Ms Vibha Bakshi enlightened everyone about the global equality. The theme came alive with detailed presentations given by the schools from Dubai, Jordan, Peru, Bangladesh, South Africa and Japan. It was followed by a Q&A Session where Ms Bakshi took queries from the participants. The prime focus of the symposium was to promote the right to lead the life with equal opportunity, to build a world where man and woman stand in solidarity with each other to forge a bold and united force against inequality. The symposium was indeed highly enlightening, engaging and informative.

         

         

          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia
          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia
          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia
          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia
          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia
          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia
          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia
          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia
          • PPS students enlist their participation in Booktopia

          A team of nine (9) students comprising Abhivansh, Chandan Singh, Fateh Singh, Gursimran Kaur, Jashanjot Singh, Jasvir Singh, Naina Bath, Rishavpreet Kaur and Sanvi Dalla along with Ms Tanuja Singh and Ms Aarushi Kumaria took part in a 5-hr virtual reading fest, “Booktopia– a celebration of reading” hosted by SAI International School, Bhubaneshwar on June 26, 2021. The event gave an opportunity to students to examine their literary abilities and to know ways and means to improve to hone their talents. The participants shared their creative ideas and deliberated on their love and passion for reading as well. A whopping 300 students from six (6) countries took part in the fest. Meghna Pant from India and Elise Marra from the United States, luminaries in their own right in the field of writing, were the keynote speakers.

            To celebrate the educators as innovators, a photo contest was organised by AFS Intercultural Program India between 1-28 February 2021. 203 educators from 35 AFS Member Schools participated in this contest. Through this contest, the educators captured and shared the photos/screenshots taken by them to showcase their innovative teaching learning processes.

            Mr Mohit Joshi, Commerce Master from The Punjab Public School, Nabha made an invaluable contribution as a member of the Jury for judging the AFS Photo Contest for Educators on the theme “Innovations in Teaching Learning Process”. He was awarded the Certificate of Appreciation for the same. Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, PPS expressed delight over the recognition and wished him well in future.

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              An Inter-School Performing Arts Challenge, Lights! Camera! Action! was organised by ent@b on June 15, 2021. J-00168 Vardaan Joshi, student of XII (Commerce) from The Punjab Public School, Nabha took part in the competition. His performance was highly appreciated. He was given the Certificate of Achievement for the same. Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, PPS complimented Vardaan for his efforts and expressed the hope other students will take a cue from him and do their level best to set standards in their area of choice.

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