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A Postcard session was hosted by The Hyderabad Public School, Begumpet on December 30, 2020 from 11.30am to 1.00 pm. The theme was ‘Count Your Blessings’. The host students shared a motivational presentation with ideas about the benefits of positive affirmations in helping us respond with thankfulness to the universe and invited participants to take a self-help Quiz. In advance of the call, participants were asked to contribute an image each, with a short message, representing one example of how the Covid-19 pandemic has helped them to count the blessings in their lives. Ekamveer Singh, Kartikey Singh, Pramita Ranu, Simrandeep Singh Gill, Aditya Duggal, Manjot Kaur and the RS Rep took part in the event.

    Eleven (11) students from PPS took part in the 2nd MK Classic Open International (Online) Taekwondo Championship-2020 from December 4-6, 2020. They a bagged a total of 11 medals–4 gold, 5 silver and 2 bronze. It was a challenging competition which enlisted the participation of professionals from Iran, Indonesia, France, Venezuela, Nepal, Ukraine, Armenia, Kuwait, Ireland, Tunisia, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Thailand, Cambodia, Colombia, Uzbekistan, Costa Rica and Kazakhstan. The eminent panel of judges comprised Chea Sarath (Cambodia), Ferdiansyah (Indonesia), Bishow Raj Bayung Rai (Nepal), S Kothandan and W Rajeswar Meitei (India).

    The following are their achievements:

    S. No.

    House No.

    Name

    Achievement

    1

    J-00560

    Aastha Vyas

    Gold

    2

    S-00225

    Sehajvir Kaur

    Silver

    3

    S-00216

    Muskan Garg

    Gold

    4

    R-00260

    Lakshjeet Singh

    Gold

    5

    S-00449

    Sanyam Thukral

    Bronze

    6

    R-00141

    Pranav Mittal

    Silver

    7

    R-00208

    Adit Sehgal

    Gold

    8

    S-00348

    Ranjodh Singh

    Bronze

    9

    J-00219

    Vinayak Vyas

    Silver

    10

    S-00361

    Lakshay Sharma

    Silver

    11

    B-00421

    Akshit Malhotra

    Silver

     

    Mr Ajay Singh, Headmaster, The Punjab Public School complimented the students on their stupendous feat and expressed the hope they would continue to take part in such competitions in future as well. Besides, he congratulated Mr Dharam Dutt Vyas, Taekwondo Coach who successfully completed the KUKKIWON’s 2nd Dan Taekwondo Promotion Test on 14 June 2020 under the aegis of World Taekwondo Headquarters Kukkiwon, South Korea.

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      25Dec

      Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      Mr Joshi makes it memorable as Santa   

      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol
      • Lakshay emerges PPS Idol

      PPS witnessed the grand finale of PPS Idol on December 25, 2020. The initial round was organised on December 12 in which a total of 20 contestants took part. A total of 8 participants–Shreya Kaushik, Anushtha Gupta, Naina Bath, Vinayak Vyas, Karanbir Kaur Mann, Lakshjeet Singh, Ananya and Lakshay Sharma made it to the final round. The distinguished panel of judges comprised Rajinder Nagle (Daly College, Indore), Babrickvir Singh (Pinegrove School, Subathu) and Ritesh K Bhattacharya (Convent of Jesus & Mary, Waverley, Mussoorie). Finally, Lakshay Sharma emerged the winner. Lakshjeet Singh was the Runner-Up followed by Shreya Kaushik and Vinayak Vyas who shared the slot for the 1st Runner-Up. Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh and First Lady Ms Anamika Singh presided over the proceedings. Speaking on the occasion, Mr Singh complimented the participants for their efforts. He conveyed Christmas greetings to the student community and impressed on them the need to lead a meaningful life by doing acts of goodness. Mr Mohit Joshi, Commerce Master was the cynosure of all eyes as he essayed yet another avatar of Santa. He distributed toffees and chocolates to students.

        Every Saturday is devoted to an activity at PPS now. Boys and girls look forward to it with a lot of anticipation as it involves an opportunity to engender bonhomie and camaraderie and mutual learning. On December 5, Dumb Charades and Musical Chairs were organised. The students were segregated into 3 groups–Grade 12 (first), Ravi and Sutlej (second) and Beas and Jumna (third). Each group was further divided into two sub-groups. Boys and girls were given some chits with movie titles ranging from War Dogs to Saggi Phull. One member of the sub-group was supposed to pick a chit and make the other group guess the movie by displaying his acting skills. This generated a lot of interest and the atmosphere became simply electrifying. It provided glimpses of some exceptional acting skills. It was followed by much awaited Musical Chairs. It was absolutely rollicking. Kartikey, Angrej and Simran Kaur emerged winners. The students played an instrumental “Pipeline” originally by The Ventures. Vinayak on electric guitar, Lakshjeet Singh on acoustic guitar and Lakshay Sharma was on drums enthralled everyone. The evening became special with Mr Greg Ross singing “Proud Mary” by the band CCR. Finally, Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh sang a soulful Hindi number O Hansini Meri Hansini to the delight of everyone present. Dr Rakesh Alfred, Deputy Headmaster and Dr Ankur Samuel Birkett, Bursar were present on the occasion.

         

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