Annual Report




 

PRINCIPAL’S ANNUAL REPORT  2016-17

 

The completion of 10 years is indeed a major milestone in the life of an educational institution. Mayor World School, under the aegis of Mayo College Ajmer, started its journey in 2004, and since its inception the School has carved a niche for itself by providing value-based education and for imparting the ideals of academic excellence, sense of discipline and high moral and ethical values, leading to the development of an integrated personality within the child. The motto of the School “Inspiring Excellence” is reflected in its faith that education is a continuous process of awakening individual potential and inculcating in them the desire to excel in various spheres of life. 

As an enduring tradition, we take this time to pause, turn around to look at the year gone by, rest on our laurels fleetingly and then surge ahead with vigour.

 

I take the privilege to present the highlights of our achievements in the year 2016-17 through the annual report.

 

“Everyone has inside of him a piece of good news. The good news is that you don’t know that how great you can be. What you can accomplish! And what your potential is!”

The School looks at each learner as a unique ‘whole person’ with inherent genius, special capabilities and unlimited potential. By providing a conducive and encouraging environment, learners are mentored to participate in a variety of intra and inter school activities and competitions. These help them not only to showcase their talents, hone their skills but also entail opportunities that lead to multi-dimensional growth of their physical, social, intellectual and spiritual being, leading them to make them global citizens.

 

 1.ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

 

      Someone has aptly said, “There is no speed limit on the road to excellence”

          The school attained 100% result in AISSE Grade X board examination 2016-17.

·                  Out of 57 Students 12 got perfect 10 CGPA-

  1.  Aneet Kaur
  2. Gunangad Pal
  3. Ayaan Jain
  4. Ishita
  5. Jatin Sikka
  6. Nitya Bhalla
  7. Ritvik Luthra
  8. Agam Jolly
  9. Gunal
  10. Harsh Arora,
  11. Himani Garg
  12. Nehmat.

         18 Students got from 9 to 9.9 CGPA –

  1. Mehak Malhotra (9.8)
  2. Yaalisai (9.8)
  3. Jappanjot (9.8)
  4. Jappya Gupta (9.8)
  5. Nirlep (9.8)
  6. Rangat Kaur (9.8)
  7. Arshdeep (9.6)
  8. Prerna (9.6)
  9. Sparsh (9.6)
  10. Trinav (9.6)
  11. Aman (9.4)
  12. Karandeep (9.4)
  13. Khayatti Walia (9.4)
  14. Arsh Khanna (9.2)
  15. Dhruv Arora (9.2)
  16. Pearl Banga (9)
  17. Kriti Kumar (9)
  18. Parthivi Gupta (9)
  • On the whole 22% Students scored perfect 10 CGPA. 32% Students got 9 to 9.9 CGPA and 16% Students got 8 to 8.9 CGPA  
  • In grade XII board examination 2016-17, the school attained 100% result.    
  • In Science Stream, Sidhant Bahri bagged the first position with 95.3% marks, closely followed by Gariman Gupta who secured 94.5 % marks.        
  • Gulmehak Kalsi and Naveen Budhwal secured 93.3% marks. Amanpreet Kaur secured 90.3% marks.        

     In the Commerce Stream Naini Kohli bagged the first position with 94.3% marks. Astha Khanna secured 88% marks and  Vanshika Sablok secured  87.3% marks.      
In the Humanities Stream Simranpreet Singh bagged the first position with 84% marks.  
Vanshika Sablok secured 100% marks in Music Instrumental and Gariman Gupta secured 98% marks in Mathematics.
On the whole 13% students secured more than 90% marks. 32% students secured more than 80% marks and 58% students secured  more than 70% marks. 

·                  Another milestone was set by Sidhant Bahri, Gariman Gupta and Naveen Budhwal of Grades XII, who brought laurels to the school by       
     clearing JEE (Mains), and getting themselves eligible for JEE (Advance).
 

·                 Gariman Gupta of Grade XII Topped in Jalandhar,  in NSTSE Examination.

 ·               Gunangad Pal Singh (XI) made us proud by clearing the first stage of Prestigious National Talent Search Examination (NTSE). He further             cracked the National level exam as well and is amongst the chosen 1000 students in the country. Gunangad is entitled to a life time             
     scholarship from the government.

 

2.OLYMPIADS

·        Veda Jain of Grade IV bagged First International Rank in International English Olympiad

·        Meir Singh Pandher bagged 13th Zonal Rank in National Cyber Olympiad and 11th Zonal Rank in International English Olympiad.

·        Harsh Arora of Grade XI bagged 5th Zonal Rank in National Cyber Olympiad.

·        Gunanged Pal Singh of Grade XI bagged 20th Zonal Rank in International Mathematics Olympiad.

·        Gunangad cleared National Standard Examination in astronomy organised by Homi Bhaba Centre for Science Education and further qualified for Indian National Astronomy Olympiad.

·        He also cleared stage I of Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojna conducted by Indian Institute of Science Bangalore.

 

3.INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL AWARDS

The School conducted three activities successfully and attained ISA Foundation Certificate from British Council. This year the school is going to conduct seven activities - like Traditional Musical Instruments, Mask Dances of the world, Forest path or Concrete road- End of Flora and Fauna, Tourist destinations of the world, Smart Cities of the World, Hot house Galaxy,  Linguistic Diversity. Out of them 3 are to be conducted in collaboration with International Schools. These activities will be conducted throughout the academic year 2017-18

 

4. Enrichment programme for STUDENTS

·        A special assembly was organised for Grade I to V, in which , a renowned motivational speaker Ms Tarveen  had an interesting interactive session with the students to motivate them to always remember that “Life is Beautiful”. She further emphasized on aspects like patience, confidence, respect for parents and teachers,

·        To aware the students about the disaster management a demonstrative showcase was organized by the school, in collaboration with State Disaster Research Force, Jalandhar. They briefed the students about numerous Do’s and Don’ts during an emergency.

·        Dr Paul from NASA had an interactive session with the students from grades VIII-X, regarding pursuing career in astronomy. She briefed children about the space suits and their functioning.

5. Enrichment programme for Teachers

·        A workshop on Rejuvenation and Motivation was organised for the teachers to reduce stress and rejuvenate oneself. The staff practiced  meditation, and facial exercises  that help in reducing stress Mr Rohan Dutta, from Personality Development School  was the resource person

·        Ms.Sugandha and Ms Arti Sharma attended an ISA based workshop in Hotel Country Inn.

·        The computer faculty from the School attended a workshop by KIPS Publications, enriching the teachers with latest update in the subject and their effective delivery.

·        Another workshop for drivers, attendants and lady helpers was organised by Lovely Autos. They were briefed about traffic rules, safety measures , etc.

 

4. CAMPS, VISITS, EXHIBITION  

·        The School organised  Scholastic Book Fair to encourage the students and boost their reading skills.

·      School organised a Blood Donation Camp on the 7th of October in association with Civil Hospital, Blood Bank, Jalandhar. Around 40 units of blood were collected.

·    CREYA Showcase- The Extravaganza of Creativity was a great success. The students built various models, applying their analytical and logical abilities by using Creya constructibles.

·        The programming skills were defined by the Robotic Security Device, Obstacle Sensing Robots and Industrial Robots, etc.

·        A vast model of Smart City was designed with building blocks and engineering material.

·        Grades III to IX witnessed the display of the modern weapons and gadgets of Indian army in an exhibition held in Jalandhar Cantonment.

·        The students from KG II – X participated in an adventure camp, in LPU

 

5. INFRASTRUCTURE and  NEW  VENTURES

·        School launched an easy to use mobile application Classmobi  to empower parents, students and teachers to communicate effectively on regular basis. It will update the parents with the latest information regarding their child and the school.

The application has different sections. Regular updates regarding Daily Work, remarks, attendance, marks, etc can be obtained. Parents can fetch information about Transport, refer to school directory, timetable, noticeboard or gallery with ease

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·        The School has installed solar panels to produce electricity which not only cut the cost of electricity but conserve it too.

 

·        New block on F floor, comprising 6 spacious rooms was made functional for the students.

·        The school has initiated a set of internal  activities, which includes Public speaking  Extempore, Newspaper reading, decathalon, Finishing and Grooming, Scintilating Science, Mystic Maths, portfolio, etc. These activities ensure 100% participation of the students

·        6. TRIPS AND EXCURSION
           Promoting educational and recreational learning for the students, a group of  19   students accompanied by the Principal and a teacher visited NASA. They visited Kennedy Space Center,  Disney World, Universal Studios The Sea World, Niagara Falls, Empire State building, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and New York,

·        The students of Grade 3 and 4 visited an organic kitchen garden in Jalandhar Cantonment where they were also told about benefits of organic farming.

·        The students from KG I to V rejuvenated themselves with a movie session with their teachers and peer group.

·        K.G. I and II visited  helipad that turn out to be great exposure for them.

·        The students from grade III-V visited Wanna Buy mall to get an exposure of independent shopping.

·        To cultivate an interest in science through open ended exploration away from text books and class rooms, the students from Grades VI - X were taken to Pushpa Gujral Science City, Kapurthala.

·        The IHM students of grade XII visited Amritsar to understand how tourist affect the economy of a place along with all  ‘ ins and outs’ of the tourist industry.

·         The students of Grade XI & XII got hands-on exposure at the HDFC Bank where they visited to understand the know-how of the banking operations.

 

7. CELEBRATION

·        A special assembly was conducted for the entire School  on Earth day, where the students were made aware about the pressing need and importance to conserve and protect our Mother Earth. They participated in Slogan writing competition and planted saplings.

·        The tiny tots from Mayor Galaxy gave wings to their imagination in a colouring competition to celebrate Earth Day. They went on a nature walk. The little hands took the pleasure of planting saplings in the school garden to mark the occasion.

·        The Labour Day was celebrated with great vigour. The children came forth and distributed cheerfulness in the form of sweets, clothes, stationery, shoes, toys etc. to the poor children and labour in their vicinity The message was to take care of the smiles which are suppressed under the burden of life.

 

·        Mother’s Day was celebrated with great pomp and show
The fun filled evening was graced by the ravishing mums of the Mayorites who were enthralled by the fun games, foot tapping music and ramp walk..
Wall of Fame was signed by all the mums to make the memory everlasting. It was an emotional moment when they were given  handmade gifts created by children .

 

·        To provide a relief from the scorching heat, a chabeel to distribute sweetened cold water was organised  to commemorate the martyrdom day of Shri Guru Arjun Dev Ji.

 

·        The festival of Janamashtmi  was celebrated with great enthusiasm.The      students presented various dances depicting the Krishna Leelas. 

·        To mark the 70th Independence Day, various patriotic performances, which included musical parody, enchanting dances and poetry left everyone spellbound.

 

·        To put across the message of a brighter, safer, cleaner and even happier Diwali the tiny tots of K.G. I and II participated in a theme walk-Glow of Happiness. An Inter House Rangoli making competition was also organized.

·        Guru NanakDev Jayanti was celebrated enthusiastically.After the 'Ardaas' and 'Shabad' the students of KG II also served langar to the students of Pre-Nursery, Nursery and KG I.

Attired in traditional Punjabi outfits 

 

 

·        A special Assembly on “Christmas” was conducted. The students mesmerized the audience with a scintillating dance performance on the foot taping number “Jingle Bells” and story of birth of Jesus was also enacted beautifully. An Inter-House Gift Wrapping and Christmas Decoration Competition was also organized. 

·        Art and craft occupy a vital place in a child's holistic development. To enhance the aesthetic sense of children, the art and craft week for the students of Mayor Galaxy was organized where they had fun with shapes

 

·        The Mayor Galaxy celebrated a power-packed Sports day-The Sporty Splendour, with the theme Greenathon - The Canvas of Life. The day witnessed kaleidoscopic performances comprising dances, musical presentations, and sports events.

·        To bid farewell to the outgoing Grade XII students. Brilliant acts, dances and plays and entertaining games were arranged by grade XI students ​for their seniors.

·        To invoke the blessings of Ma  Saraswati for the academic year ahead, a hawan was organized on Basant Panchami.

 

8. CHARITY

·        The  School has always initiated several programs to uplift the deprived sections of society as a part of its corporate social responsibility. Continuing with this tradition, 3rd to 7th October, 2017 was observed as the ‘Joy of Giving Week’. The students made generous donations during this week in terms of clothing, shoes, stationery items, newspapers, toiletries, gadgets and money and was donated to Goonj- an NGO

·        Nearly two trucks loaded with essential goods were dispatched for the needy ones through Goonj.

·        An effort to pay back to the society was made by the Mayorites who created Book marks, paper bags, etc. for sale to the parents and the accumulated amount was  donated to the N.G.O.‘Spreading Smiles’.

 

 

9. INTER SCHOOL CO CURRICULAR

MUN or Model United Nations is a Forte of Mayorites. They are Dominating in the region by bagging  Numerous prizes, awards and honours. To begin with-

·        Mayorites participated in 'CIS MUN' held at Cambridge School Jalandhar.

 Agam Jolly (XI),Akshun Agarwal (X), Prarthana Magon(X), Vansh Jain(X) Saina (IX) bagged High Commendation Award with cash prize of Rs 5000  each.
Aishna Oberoi (X) , Navya Joshi (X), Gautam Rajput (X), Ribhav (X),Purab Jain (IX) Eshanee Mahajan (VIII), Rishit Sama (VII) and Khushi Rajput (VI) bagged Special Mention Award.  Rabdeep (IX), Dhruv Chaudhary (IX), Sarisha (VIII) bagged Verbal Mention Award.
Last but not the least Mayorites won the Overall Trophy and Best School Delegation Award

 

·         'PDAV MUN' held at Police DAV School Jalandhar Rangat (XI) and Triaksh (X) bagged Best Delegate Award with cash award of Rs 5000 each. Tarini Gupta (IX) bagged High Commendation Award with cash award of Rs 3000. Purab Jain (IX), Srishty (VIII) and Khushi Rajput (VI) bagged Special Mention Award. Sarisha Arora (VIII),  Manya Jain (VIII) and Eshanee Mahajan (VIII) bagged Verbal Mention Award. Prabhleen Makker(XII) bagged EB Award. And once again Mayor World School won the overall Trophy and Best School Delegation Award.

 

·        Mayorites participated in 'Exito MUN' held at Ambassador Hotel Jalandhar. In which Purab Jain (IX) bagged Best Delegate award, Mehr Dandiwal (X) bagged High Commendation award, Sahira Dua (X) bagged Verbal Mention award, Eshanee Mahajan (VIII) bagged Special Mention award and Chinmaye Jain (VI) bagged Special Mention award. Saina Tiwari (IX), Aishna Oberoi (X) and Seerat Kaur (XII) got special appreciation awards for organising Exito MUN.Agam Jolly (XI) received EB Award. Mayor World School won the overall Trophy and Best School Delegation Award

I feel proud to announce that it was the 7th time the school bagged the Best Delegation Award.

 

·        Mayorites participated in Inter School music competition "Sur Sangam" held at IVY World School Jalandhar and achieved virtuous results. The Group Song team comprised Rajbir Singh (X), Devansh Thapar (IX),  Drish Jaitely and Priyanshu Ajnani (VIII), Parth Rana Shoor (VII) and Ishika Chauhan(VII) Priyal Sood (VII) and Chinmaye (VI)

 

·        Syna Aggarwal of grade V won the second position in Solo Western Song amongst 11  renowned schools.

Rajbir Singh (X) won the title of Best Male Singer.

The success story concluded with the Over All Trophy.

 

·        Harsh Arora and Agam Jolly of Grade (XI) participated in Apeejay Tech Fest (Programming Skills) held at Apeejay College of Fine Arts on 1st September 2017 and bagged 1st position

 

·        In J.S. Bawra Sangeet Pratiyogita, Chinmaye Jain  (VI) clinched 3rd position in vocal classical.

 

·        in Jalandhar Sahodaya Inter School Group Song Competition held at Sanskriti KMV School Jalandhar, Students bagged 3rd position

 

·        It gives us immense pleasure and pride to inform you that our student, Syna Aggarwal of Grade V won second position in Golden Voice 2017 organised by 92.7 big fm. She's been declared as the second best voice of the city.

 

·        In Jalandhar Inter School Sahodaya E-Poster Making Competition held at Saffron Public School, Phagwara, Prarthana Magon and Akshun Aggarwal of Grade X bagged consolation prizes

 

·         In English Poetry Competition organised by Jalandhar Inter School Sahodaya Complex in DIPS (Haryana).
# Czar Kharbanda from Grade II bagged First Position in the category (Grades I-III)
# Chinmaye Jain from Grade VI clinched First position in the category (Grades IV- VI).
The journey to success continued and the
School bagged the Overall Trophy too.

 

·        In 10th Inter District Music Competition , organised by Satyug Darshan Sangeet Kala Kendra, Jalandhar, the students bagged prizes in Group Song Competition and Vocal Classical Competition.  The Group Song stood 3rd Whereas Raghav Kapoor(XI) bagged 3rd position in Vocal Classical

 

·        The School hosted the second Annual Inter School Chairman’s Debate for classes IX-XII. More than 15 renowned schools of the city participated in the competition

 

·        In 11th Inter District Music Competition , organised by Satyug Darshan Sangeet Kala Kendra, Madhavi Bawra (XI) clinched 1st position in classical vocal in Senior category, Raghav Kapoor (XII)bagged 3rd position in Bhajan singing in senior category whereas Chinmaye Jain (VI) won the 3rd position classical vocal Junior category.

·        In 31st Inter School Shabad Gayan Competition held at MGN Public School, Mayorires bagged 1st position amongst the various  teams from various North Indian states,

 

·        Syna Aggarwal (V) bagged 1st position in Inter School  Solo Western Song Competition and 2nd position at Folk Song Competition held at CT Institution

 

·        Charnasees (VI) won third position in an Inter School Drawing competition organized by Eklavya School.

 

·        Aalya Sabharwal (VII) bagged 3rd position in solo dance competiton whereas Reet and Saina (IX)were declared as the Best Performers in dance competition held at Eklavya School and have been selected for the upcoming show ‘Nyaane Punjab De’.

 

10. SPORTS ACHIEVEMETS          

CHESS

Mayorites established many milestones in the game of brains

·        The School hosted the two-days’ Jalandhar District Chess Championship, in association with Jalandhar Chess Association.in which Tanmay jain of Grade V and Rushil jain  of Grade II clinched 1st position in U-11 and U-7 category of boys. To encourage the students consolation prizes were also given away to Amay, Alisha, Divyam Puri, Kushagra Jain, Aarohi, Shrest Suri and Vasundhara Rathore.

 

·        In ICCC Open Chess Tournament held in Cambridge Co- Educational School,

Tanmay Jain clinched First position

 

·        Tanmay  Jain held 1st position in Punjab State Open Chess Championship under 11 category, held at Sunam

 

·        In Punjab State Amateur Fide Rated Chess Championship, held at Bhawanigarh Tanmay Jain, bagged First position In open category

 

·        In 5th Pandiyar memeorial International Chess Tournament, held in Udaipur, Tanmay clinched II position.

 

·        Tanmay Jain (V) added another feather to the cap and made the country proud by fetching a bronze medal in Asian Youth Chess Championship held at Tashkent, Uzbekistan in under 10 Category. Players from 15 countries participated in the Tournament. He has been awarded the honour of Candidate Master, which is the first and foremost step to achieve the position of Grand Master.   

 

·        Tanmay made another mark by qualifying amongst top 20 s at the National Level in U-11 category

 

·        In Jalandhar District Open Chess Championship organised by Punjab Kesri group at DLF Galleria. Divyam Puri of Grade IV and Rushil Jain of grade II  bagged Third position in their respective categories.

TENNIS:

The sport of skill and strength fetched us laurels

·        In Open Inter School Tennis Tournament, held at Apeejay, Ajeet Singh (VI) clinched 1st position in U-10 category of Boys and Prabhjot Kaur (VI) also bagged 1st position in U-12 category

 

·        In Punjab Board State Tennis Championship, held in Millenium School, Mohali Mayorites clinched various positions.:

The team under-14 (Girls) bagged II position. The team comprised-

# Kashvi (VII),  Rubab (VII),  Prabhjot (VI).

 

 In under-14 (Boys), Sahib (VIII) clinched III position 

 

·        In Punjab Board District Tournament held at MGN Public School,Jaladhar

 

Aneet (XI) and Anhad (X) bagged I position in U - 19 category of girls)

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Kashvi (VII), Rubab (VII), Prabhjot (VI) and Harneet (VI) bagged III Position in U -14 category of girls

 

Sahib Singh ( VIII), Ajeet Singh (VI), Manveer (VI) and Aryan Jain (VI) bagged II position in U -14 category of boys

 

·        Aneet Kaur of Grade XI represented Punjab in Tennis Nationals at Mysore (Karnatka) in U-19 category.

 

·        In Punjab state Tennis Championshipfor Women U-19, Aneet kaur (IX) clinched the first positionand represented the State at the nationals for the Fourth time consecutively

 

 

·        In Open State Ranking Tennis Tournament, organised by Model town Tennis academy Medhansh (II) got 3rd position in U-8 category, Harneet kaur (VI) bagged 1st position in U-10 Mixed category, Jaideep Singh (V) got 3rd position in U-10 mixed category, Sahib Singh (VIII) won 2nd position in U-14 mixed category, Rabdeep Singh (IX) grabbed 2nd position in U-14 mixed category, and Abhiraj Singh (X) got 2nd position in U-18 doubles category.

 

·        In Open State tennis Tournament organised by Euro kids Ajeet Singh (VI) participated in two different categories that is U-10 and U-12 and bagged 1st position in both the categories, Kashvi Agarwal (VII) got 1st  position in U-12 category, Rubab kaur (VII) won 2nd position in U-12 category, Prabhjot Kaur and Gurjot Kaur (VII) got 3rd position in U-12 category.

·        In All India National Ranking Tennis Tournament,  organised by Singha Sports academy  in which Rabdeep Singh clinched 1st position amongst 32 students.

 

·        In Women District Tennis Championship, organised by Punjab state Sports Council, Aneet kaur (XI), Kashvi,Prabhjot and Rubab  (VII) won the Gold medal.

 

·        In Women tennis Championship U-25, Aneet kaur (XI) became the first player as well as the Captain of the Jalandhar Team U-25 and Kashvi (VII) became the 3rd player in the Jalandhar team U-25.

 

·        In Women tennis State championship, held at Sangrur Aneet Kaur (XI) and Kashvi (VII) won the Silver ,medals and the cash prizes.

 

·        Kashvi  Aggarwal (VII) and Ajeet Singh (VI) participated in Inter School Open Tennis Tournament and bagged 1st position in their respective categories and bagged overall trophy as well.

 

GOLF: The game of gentlemen made us proud

·        In RCF Junior and sub Junior Golf Tournament, held at RCF Golf Course.
 Arnav         Chaudhary  (VI)    got     1st      position        in       category      C.
 Ribhav Verma ( V) got 1st position in category D.

 

·         In Champions Golf Junior and sub Junior Championship organised by I.G.U. (Indian          Golf   Union )
 Ribhav Verma (V) won First position in category D .
Arnav Chaudhary ( VI ) clinched Third position in category C.

 

·        In Champion’s Golf Tournament, organized by Indian Golf Union at Imperial Golf Grounds Ludhiana, Arnav Choudhary (VI) bagged 3rd position in C category and Kuldeep Singh Dhesi (V) also bagged 3rd position in D category

 

·        In Little Master Golf Junior Tournament organised by Faisal Qureshi Group, in Gurugram. Zorawar Singh Star (VIII) bagged second position in category B

 

·        In North Zone Golf Challenge, held at Golden Green Golf Club, Gurugram, Mantej Singh (X) and Arnav Choudhary (VI)bagged 3rd position in the category A and C respectively

 

·        In the Feder Golf Tournament held at Chandigarh, Kuldeep Singh Dhesi clinched 1st position

 

·        In  Milkha Junior and sub Junior Golf Challenge, held in Panchkula Golf Course, , Ribhav Verma(V) lifted the winner's title in category D. He has been sponsored by Jeev Milkha Singh to participate in “U.S Kids World Golf Championship” to be held in the USA 

 

·        Kuldeep Singh Dhesi of grade V participated in World Stars of Junior Golf Tournament organized by International Junior Golf Academy at Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. And bagged 7th world position in the age group 9 to 10 years 

 

SHOOTING:

Harmehar Singh Lally of Grade VII-A, participated in Punjab State Shotgun Championship held at New Moti Bagh Gun Club Patiala and has bagged 3rd position

 

GYMNASTICS:

Flexibility, agility and suppleness….. they specialize in it

·        In the Open School District Gymnastics Championship, held at Sports College Jalandhar 

The Girls' team (U-8)Comprising Drisha and Chery (IV), Sahana and Gurbani (III), Parinita, Tanvi and Risham (I) bagged II position.

 

The Boys' team (U- 10)  comprising Rudra Sehgal (V), Udayvir (IV), Azamveer, Divyam, Aryanvardhan Sharma (III), Yuvraj Singh and Divit (II), Aditya (I), bagged III position and

 

KARATE:

·        In CKC India Karate Championship, Udayvir (IV) clinched 2nd position and Gaurish (III) bagged 3rd position in (8-9 years) category.

 

·        Luvjus of Grade V bagged 3rd position (10-11 yrs. category)

 

SKATING: The rolling tigers set banchmarks.

·        In Open Inter School Roller Skating Championship held at Police D.A.V. School, Aahana (VII) and Rishika (IX)got First position in Inline.
# Kabir Sood ( I) got First position and Hridhaan (I)got Second position in quads. 

#Mannat(IV) and Syna(V) clinched Second position in quads.

 

·        In IInd Open Inter School Roller skating championship in Under 6 Category) held at Randhir School, Kapurthala,  Dheerav Jain of KG II participated in bagged first position.

·        In Open Inter School Skating Championship held at J.M.K. International School, Pathankot Syna Aggarwal (V)-notched the first position In Quad category,
Adhiraj Gandhi (V) also bagged the first position in Roll Ball category,
Vaibhav (V) got the second position in Quad category and 
Gurjaap Singh (V) got the second position in Inline category.

 

 

 

TABLE TENNIS:

·        In Punjab Board Table Tennis Tournament, held at La Blossom School Mishti and Harnoor (VIII) bagged 3rd position in U-14 category

 

CRICKET: Mayorites clinch positions in the game of masses

·        Aryan Mehra (X) got shortlisted for  Punjab State Team Boys Camp U-16, held at PAP Chandigarh

 

·        Opinderpreet Singh (VIII)  got shortlisted for  Punjab State Team Boys Camp U- 14, held at PAP Chandigarh

SOCCER

 

·         The boys team U-14 clinched 3rd position in Sahodya Soccer Tournament held at MGN School, Adarsh Nagar

 

On this memorable occasion as we recount our success with pride and happiness, I avail this opportunity today to express a heartfelt thanks to our Chairman Mr Rajesh Mayor for his trust In our hard work.

we further wish to dedicate all our achievements to the inspiring Vice Chair person  Ms Neerza Mayor, persevering staff, zealous students and of course our ever supportive  parents.

 

May the Almighty steer our path to serve Him 

Jai Hind