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  • ASMA Award for Computer Teacher from PPS
  • ASMA Award for Computer Teacher from PPS
  • ASMA Award for Computer Teacher from PPS
  • ASMA Award for Computer Teacher from PPS
  • ASMA Award for Computer Teacher from PPS
  • ASMA Award for Computer Teacher from PPS
  • ASMA Award for Computer Teacher from PPS
  • ASMA Award for Computer Teacher from PPS

Ms Tanuja Singh, PGT (Computer Science) at The Punjab Public School, Nabha was given Award for Excellence in Teaching by ASMA Group on June 29, 2021 during online ASMA India’s Inspiring Teachers’ Awards Summit 2021. This is to duly recognise her exemplary work in her area of expertise for over a decade now. Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, PPS expressed delight over the recognition and wished her well in future.

    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam
    • Round Square Zoom Postcard by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam

    A Round Square Zoom Postcard was hosted by Renaissance International School, Hanoi, Vietnam on the theme “Who’s counting? Exploring gender bias in Math” on 23rd June 2021. A team of five (5) students comprising Kudrat Kaur, Prithvi Kaur, Sewak Singh, Gurmanpreet Singh Saran and Harneet Kaur along with RS Rep Ms Tanuja Singh represented The Punjab Public School, Nabha.

    The pre-work revolved around responding to a questionnaire on varied attitudes to Math and these responses formed the basis for the lively baraza breakout discussions. These conversations were then shared in a plenary session that allowed participants to discover the similarities and differences in attitudes and practices across countries and cultures.

    Forty (40) participants from eight (8) schools joined the call from India, Rwanda, Colombia, Germany and Japan.

      • International Day of Yoga
      • International Day of Yoga
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      • International Day of Yoga
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      • International Day of Yoga
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      • International Day of Yoga
      • International Day of Yoga
      • International Day of Yoga
      • International Day of Yoga
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      • International Day of Yoga
      • International Day of Yoga
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      • International Day of Yoga
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      The cadets of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) from The Punjab Public School celebrated the International Day of Yoga on June 21, 2021. The cadets of 3 Punjab Air Sqn NCC Patiala, 14 Punjab Battalion NCC Nabha, 1 Punjab Naval Wing NCC Nangal and 4 Punjab Girls Battalion NCC Patiala came together following the guidelines of the government, NCC Unit and Group Headquarters, Patiala. They did yoga with their friends and family members in their respective homes. NCC (Air Wing) Incharge, Chief Officer Shahid Ahmed, Army Wing Incharge, 3rd Officer Amandeep Singh, Army Wing (Girls) Incharge, Caretaker Ishmeet Singh and Naval Wing Incharge, Caretaker Davinder Dutt gave guidelines to the cadets from time to time. Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, The Punjab Public School complimented the efforts of the cadets during pandemic.

       

        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS
        • ‘Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’ by RKKGPS

        Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girls’ Public School, Jodhpur organized a postcard session on June 18, 2021 on the theme Monochrome: the Spectrum Unseen’. A group of twelve (12) students comprising Akshima, Jasvir Singh, Apoorva Singh, Kanishk Goyal, Gurshan Singh Shergill, Bhavyadeep Singh, Siddhartha, Gursimran Kaur, Sania Sidhu, Deepam Garg, Ananya Suryavanshi and Tanisha along with RS Rep Ms Tanuja Singh represented The Punjab Public School, Nabha.

        The objective was to perceive the world from the perspective of a future leader. It was an exercise in making the leader consider every fact, opinion and emotion before taking any decision. The aim was to create a better world free of judgment and prejudice, where we see, hear and understand everything, as it truly is, and work peacefully toward a better and brighter dispensation.

        The students were expected to share their views on how the theme resonates with them and how they would like to make the unseen seen and share the same in a short essay.

          A Round Square Zoom Postcard was hosted by St Phillip’s College, Australia on the theme ‘School mottos, culture and community’ on 26th May 2021. A team of five (5) students comprising Garima Tayal, Gurwinder Singh, Jagnoor Kaur, Jasvir Singh and Akshay Sharma along with RS Rep Ms Tanuja Singh represented The Punjab Public School, Nabha.

          The participants sent in images of their school crests and mottos, which were shared during baraza breakouts. In each baraza, the delegates spoke about their schools’ mottos followed by a wider discussion about what they mean and how they filter into school culture and community. 125 participants from 25 schools joined the call from India, Australia, Ghana, Kenya, Japan, Singapore, Tanzania and South Africa.

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            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai
            • ‘The Art of Growing Up’ Symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai

            A team of seven (7) students comprising Garima Tayal, Jagnoor Kaur Boparai, Jashanjot Singh Khurana, Jasvir Singh, Bhavyadeep Singh, Deepankar Garg and Hirdayjeet Singh Bhandal along with RS Rep Ms Tanuja Singh represented The Punjab Public School, Nabha in a 2-day symposium hosted by The Millennium School, Dubai. The theme was ‘The Art of Growing up’.

            Day-1 (June 13)

            ‘10% of your life is what happens to you and 90% of it is how you react to it.’

            It started with a welcome address and guidelines for the symposium. Principal Ms Ambika Gulati spoke at length on the relevance of the theme. The school choir regaled everyone with its mellifluous notes with a video on the school. The first keynote speaker for the day Mr Patrick C Ehler set the tone for the symposium. He conducted a brief breathing session. He spoke on emotional intelligence, self-compassion, self-esteem and one’s belongingness to the world.

            The second keynote speaker Ms Gulshan Kavarana made her session come alive by teaching the participants the sign language to communicate with the differently abled. It was enriched by barazas. Ms Rajbir Sandhu made the barazas real fun and enjoyable.

            Day-2 (June 14)

            The day started with a session on “Find your meaning” by Dr Gilda Scarfe. She set the ball rolling by posing basic questions: ‘Why do you go to school?’ and ‘Where is the need to learn?’. She also spoke about not holding on to your emotions but let go. She said filling your head with negative thoughts will make you burst one day. The participants were divided into different workshops, named Body positivity, Messy is beautiful, Baking the stressbuster, Septa well-being, to name a few. Besides, she discussed the need for a well-being schedule as it aids mental health and reduces stress levels. It was followed by baraza presentations. Every school performed brilliantly. The delegates had an interaction with the renowned television presenter Mr Gaurav Kapur. He called upon everyone to follow their curiosity. He emphasised the need to grab every opportunity and then figure it out. Given the common destiny, we all end up in the sea of death. We have to choose if we wish to be a drop from rain or drain.

              16Jun

              Lt Loveneet Singh from PPS stands third in order of merit at IMA
              Vipanjot of Sutlej House graduates as well   

              A newly commissioned officer from Punjab has stood third in the order of merit of the Spring Term-2021 that passed out from the Indian Military Academy (IMA), Dehradun on June 12, 2021.

              Lt Loveneet Singh, who belongs to Moga and is the son of an agriculturalist, has been commissioned into the Sikh Light Infantry. He did his matriculation from The Punjab Public School, Nabha, and then joined the Maharaja Ranjit Singh Armed Forces Preparatory Institute (AFPI), Mohali, from where he had proceeded to the National Defence Academy, Kharakvasla. At IMA, he held the appointment of Academy Cadet Adjutant. General Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Western Command, Lt Gen RP Singh, who was the parade’s reviewing officer presented him with the coveted medal. Another Nabhaite to graduate alongside Loveneet Singh was Vipanjot of Sutlej House.

              The Army commissioned 341 officers as Lieutenants during the passing out parade of the 148 Regular Course and 131 Technical Graduate Course. Another 84 foreign cadets also passed out of the Academy, who will be joining the armed forces of their respective countries.

              Amongst the highest contributing states, Uttar Pradesh topped the tally with 66 officers followed by Haryana with 38. Uttarakhand had 37 officers while Punjab had 32. 

              The coveted Sword of Honour for being adjudged as the overall best cadet of the term was bagged by Battalion Under Officer Mukesh Kumar from Rajasthan, who also received the silver medal for standing second in the order of merit. The gold medal for standing first went to Academy Under Officer Deepak Singh from Uttarakhand.

              Exhorting the newly commissioned officers to dedicate themselves to the service of the nation, Lt Gen RP Singh said that the external and internal challenges that our nation faces from adversarial forces are only set to increase as we rise to take our destined place in the new global order.

              The ‘Pipping Ceremony’ that is pinning the badges of rank on the epaulettes, which is traditionally done by the parents of cadets, was done by instructors and staff of the IMA because of restrictions imposed due to Covid-19 protocols.

               

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                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster
                PPS bids adieu to Deputy Headmaster

                The PPS community bade farewell to Dr Rakesh Alfred on June 11, 2021. In a brief ceremony organised at Senior School Library, Mr Alfred was given a silver plaque by Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Alfred reminisced about his varied experiences at PPS with inputs for making life better and richer. Mr Ankur Samuel Birkett, Bursar was also present.

                Dr Alfred took over as the Deputy Headmaster on July 25, 2017. Prior to joining PPS, he worked as English master at Mayo College, Ajmer. His suave and genial personality endeared him to students in no time. His 4-year stint will go down in the annals of PPS as one full of challenges. Not only did he work efficiently in handling many IPSC events in close collaboration with Dr Jagpreet Singh but also worked shoulder to shoulder with Mr Ajay Singh during the critical phase of Covid induced lockdowns and in running classes smoothly with safely protocols in place. He invested heavily in imparting communication skills to students by giving marathon talks during morning assemblies both in Junior and Senior School and motivated them to overcome their inhibitions. His command over the language and multifarious interests in literature, sports, adventure and philosophy helped him firm up a lasting bond with them. His knack of motivating learners to explore on their own is worth emulating. His inimitable style of leadership solved problems with a gesture and a gentle word here and there.

                We wish Mr Alfred the very best for his new assignment as Principal of St Xavier’s School, Gurgaon. Our loss is Xavier’s gain.

                  • Round Square Zoom Postcard by St John’s Ravenscourt, Canada
                  • Round Square Zoom Postcard by St John’s Ravenscourt, Canada
                  • Round Square Zoom Postcard by St John’s Ravenscourt, Canada
                  • Round Square Zoom Postcard by St John’s Ravenscourt, Canada
                  • Round Square Zoom Postcard by St John’s Ravenscourt, Canada
                  • Round Square Zoom Postcard by St John’s Ravenscourt, Canada
                  • Round Square Zoom Postcard by St John’s Ravenscourt, Canada

                  A Round Square Zoom Postcard was hosted by St John’s Ravenscourt, Canada on the theme ‘Act of Service’ on June 9, 2021. A team of five (5) students comprising Chandan Singh, Anureet Pannu, Jashanjot Singh Khurana, Sania Sidhu and Antra along with RS Rep Ms Tanuja Singh represented The Punjab Public School, Nabha.

                  The students from twenty (20) RS schools in France, Ghana, India, Oman, Rwanda, Peru, South Africa and Tanzania joined RS Zoom Postcard hosted by St John’s Ravenscourt in Winnipeg. The delegates discussed how acts of service to others can having a major impact on mental well-being and happiness.

                    "A proud man is seldom a grateful man, for he never thinks he gets as much as he deserves. ~ Henry Ward Beecher "