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28Nov

Huge response for Admission Test
Huge response for Admission Test   

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Huge response for Admission Test

Admission Test to Classes IV to IX was conducted at The Punjab Public School on November 28, 2021 for the Academic Session 2022-23. Parents turned up in huge numbers with their wards quite early on the campus. In Pavate Hall, Pramita Ranu, who topped district Patiala with a whopping 99.8% marks in ISC this year, shared her experiences at the School. Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh expressed his gratitude to the parents for investing trust in the institutional framework over the years, especially during the pandemic. Children showed eagerness to join the School during interviews with Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur.

 

    19Nov

    Inter-House Junior Robotics Competition
    Inter-House Junior Robotics Competition   

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    Inter-House Junior Robotics Competition was held on October 29, 2021. A total of 40 students took part in three events. With the advancement of technology, robotics has also evolved. The robotic skills give budding inventors a chance to be creative on their own outside the classroom. Besides, they learn what it means to act as a team. Ms Aman Nijjar, Coordinator Academics and Mr K Ramana, Administrative Coordinator were highly appreciative of the efforts put in by students. They motivated them for a higher purpose in life.

      19Nov

      Inter-House Robotics Competition for Middle Houses
      Inter-House Robotics Competition for Middle Houses   

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      Inter-House Robotics Competition for Middle Houses was held on October 26, 2021. A total of 37 students took part in three events. The competition afforded them an opportunity to learn as to how to solve realistic problems, be creative and work as a team. It was in a way the groundwork for their careers in future as they learnt the importance of efficiency, quality and consistency which is the hallmark of robotics. Deputy Headmaster Dr Gurvinder Kaur was highly appreciative of the efforts put in by students. She motivated them to pursue their interest passionately culminating in a rewarding experience later in life.

        15Nov

        Festival Cricket Match
        Festival Cricket Match   

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        PPS Festival Cricket Match
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        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match
        PPS Festival Cricket Match

        A festival cricket match was played between Staff and Students on November 15, 2021 to commemorate Children’s Day. There is no better bonding than the one formed on the playing field. The staff team won the toss and elected to bat. The staff team was led by Headmaster Mr Ajay Singh and the students’ team by School Cricket Captain Ayush Jain. Mr Ajay Singh and Mr Raj Sandhu opened the batting. A miscommunication led to Mr Ajay Singh being run out for a paltry score. Mr Harinder Singh joined Mr Sandhu. Mr Harinder smashed sixes all over the ground and made a total of 58 runs. Mr Sandhu was caught by Ayush at 31. This was followed by Mr Vikas Kumar, Mr Abhishek Jalota and Mr Varinder Johal contributing their bit to the team’s total. The star bowler from the students’ side was Jashanjot Singh Khurana who scored a brilliant hat-trick. Finally, a huge target of 179 runs was set by teachers in 15 overs.

        Sukhraj and Simran opened for students’ team and had a great partnership of 97 runs. With Sukhraj’s departure at 43, the students’ team crumbled like a pack of cards. The Staff put their skills to work and took a total of  7 wickets (Mr. Komal Sharma and Mr. DD Vyas took 2 wickets each and Mr. Gurmeet Sethi, Mr. Varinder Singh and Mr. Abhishek Jalota took 1 wicket each. Simran made 64 runs in 48 balls. Despite the best efforts put in by the students, they lost the game to the staff team by 32 runs.

        Mr Harinder Singh was adjudged the Man of the Match for scoring 58 runs (not out) and a brilliant bowling spell. It was indeed a great way to strengthen the bonding between the teachers and the students.

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