The school is called Stalwarts World School

Amritsar: Stalwarts World School had its annual award presentation ceremony to recognize the champions of many interschool contests and events. Additionally, a graduation celebration for Class VIII pupils was planned. The principal and visitors showcased the accomplishments of the students, instructors, and coaches while presenting awards.


Poonam Arora was named the best teacher; she was also named Shivani’s star teacher, Parmindar’s most committed teacher, Riti’s excellence teacher, Parul Mehra’s most punctual teacher, and Saloni Sharma’s most creative teacher. Lavanya Mahajan won the best sports award, while Lavanya Sharma, Anusha, and Manya received the student of the year accolades. On the occasion, Drs. Navpreet Singh, Neeraj, and Veena Ved, together with Major General Ramya Venkat and Lieutenant Barinder Singh, were in attendance.

World School Partap

Partap World School student Ramira Singh has been chosen to participate in ISRO’s Young Scientist Training Programme. The Yuvika initiative seeks to stimulate interest in space technology among Class IX students throughout the country. Ramira was chosen on the basis of her academic standing and will train at ISRO from May 12 to May 24. Principal Shubra, along with Directors Sunny and Oshin Mahajan, expressed their happiness, pointing out that Ramira was the only student in the district out of 350 chosen worldwide. They expressed their gratitude to Punjab State Council for Science and Technology’s Drs. KS Bath and Mandakini for their advice. They said that the accomplishment made the whole city, not just the parents and school, proud.

Senior high school in Spring Dale

Spring Dale Senior School’s new academic year got off to a lucky start with the organization of a “path” on campus. Staff and students gave langar to a number of charity organizations, including as Mother Teresa’s orphanage, Mithun’s school in Nangli, Pingalwara, Citizen Forum Vidya Mandir School Maqboolpura, and the lepers’ home.

Women’s BBK DAV College

A unique havan was held by BBK DAV College for Women to commemorate Swami Dayanand Saraswati’s 200th birthday. The Gayatri Mantra was chanted to start the havan, and the music department played a bhajan to close it. Dr. Pushpinder Walia, the principal, said that the years 2024 and 2025 will be devoted to spreading Maharishi Dayanand’s teachings to the general public. According to Inderpal Arya, Convener of Arya Samaj in Shakti Nagar, Swami Dayanand devoted his life to spreading religion. The LMC Chairman, Sudarshan Kapoor, commended the teachers and Principal Dr. Walia on a job well done on the havan.

International Group of Institutes

Almost 300 students from the Global Group of Institutes excelled in the IKGPTU exams, bringing honors to the institution. Dr. Akashdeep Singh Chandi, the vice-chairman of the institute, complimented the staff and students on their success, which saw 26 students get an SGPA of 10, 81 students receive an SGPA of more than 9, and 175 students receive an SGPA of eight or above. He said that the Global Institute has risen to the top of the list of technical colleges in the area thanks to a history of securing the greatest number of jobs and putting on outstanding performances each year.

Khalsa Senior Secondary School

On April 1, SSSS Khalsa Senior Secondary School held an assembly in the school’s auditorium to kick off the 2024–25 academic year. Students from Class XII led a moving recitation of Gurbani throughout the assembly and made Ardas, asking for the blessings of the almighty. Welcome to all incoming students and faculty members, Director Jagdish Singh encouraged them to instill moral and social values. Dr. Gurrattan Singh, the principal, blessed the kids and graced the event with his presence.

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