Kargil Vijay Diwas celebrated

To commemorate the Kargil Vijay Diwas, the cadets of 7 HP (I) Coy NCC, Shimla, and 1 HP Naval Unit, Bilaspur, of St Bede's College organised a virtual thought exchange programme titled 'Goonj'. The resource person for the day was Dr Usha Bande, a writer and critic. The Commanding Officer of 7HP(I) Coy NCC, Shimla, Col Suneet Shankta also shared his experiences and motivated the cadets. Three competitions were held. The poster-making competition was won by Jaisal Shekhawat, followed by Ananya Singh and Gati Singh at second and third places. In the poetry competition, Sasha Seli and Ananya Singh tied up at the first position. Vanshika Malhotra and Aishna Rahi came second. The third position was bagged by Maanika Sethi. In the dance competition, Maanika Sethi stood first, followed by Nikita Chauhan and Gati Singh.

Cadets pay homage to soldiers

The Kargil Vijay Diwas was commemorated at the Government College in Sanjauli by NCC cadets. Observing the Covid safety guidelines, the cadets paid homage to soldiers who lost their lives during the war through posters, paintings etc. College Principal CB Mehta said it was the duty of all citizens to acknowledge the sacrifices made by soldiers and contribute towards maintaining peace in the country.

Aadya brings laurels to school

Aadya Kapoor of Our Lady of the Snows School (OLS), Kullu, has brought laurels to the district and the school by securing 98 percent in ICSE class X board examinations, the results of which were announced on Saturday. The results were evaluated on the basis of an alternative system of assessment. OLS principal Fr Antony Solomon said Aadya had broken all records of the past 52 years of the school. He said the previous record of the school was 96.8 per cent in board examinations. Aadya credited her achievement to her maternal grandmother, besides her parents. She said she wanted to serve the people by becoming an IAS officer.

ABVP sets up help desk at college

The ABVP has set up a guidance bureau at the Government College in Sanjauli to help new students with the admission formalities. The ABVP has also issued helpline numbers for each department to answer queries of new students.

Courtesy: Tribune News Service

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