Shivalikians bring laurels to school
Students of Shivalik Public School, Sector 41-B, Chandigarh won the first prize in 43rd State Level Science, Mathematics and Environment Exhibition 2015 organised by SCERT (State Council of Educational Research and Training), Sector 32, Chandigarh. The project prepared by Rohit Batra and Shreyansh Rathra was adjudged 1st under the subtheme “Resource Management’. The model prepared by Amisha Gupta and Akanksha Gupta was also adjudged 1st under the subtheme “Mathematics for a quality life”. Both the models secured the rank among the Govt. Model and Private School category at Secondary and High Secondary stage. They were awarded with a cash prize of Rs.5100/- each and a certificate of honour. The school bagged the overall first rank under the Secondary & Higher Secondary level for which our Principal Ms. Gurkiran Jeet Nalwa was honoured with a cash prize of Rs.5100/- & overall first rank certificate by the Director Mr. S.S. Dahiya, SCERT, UT, Chandigarh. It was a proud moment for the whole school. Investiture Ceremony at Shivalik Public School, Chandigarh
Shivalik Public School, Chandigarh, conducted an investiture ceremony to swear in the students for various appointments at the school. The function began with the school shabad. The newly elected members of council were conferred with badges and flags by the Director, Mr. D.S.Bedi. He also administered the oath to the office bearers. While congratulating, the Director encouraged them to shoulder their responsibilities with dedication and sincerity. He inspired the students to develop the qualities of leadership and exhibit exemplary behavior for others to emulate. He also stressed upon the need to work together as a team in the interest of the school. The head boy, Nikhil Jhangra, was handed over the school flag and head girl, Ritika Kapoor, was passed on the light of knowledge to keep the flame of curiosity glowing. Award for being Zonal Topper in SOF’s Olympiad Exam
Gaurav Arora of Shivalik Public School, 41-B, Chandigarh brought laurels by winning the 25th Zonal Ranks in the 5th International English Olympiad in Punjab and Chandigarh Zone . This is indeed a very commendable performance considering that during the academic year 2014-2015, over 31500 schools from 1400 cities spread across 19 countries registered for the World’s Biggest Olympiad exams and millions of students appeared in them. Student excels at Declamation In order to spread awareness about the harmful effects of tobacco products the Sahayta Charitable Welfare Society
In order to spread awareness about the harmful effects of tobacco products the Sahayta Charitable Welfare Society conducted an Inter-School Declamation contest at St.Stephen’s High School School, Sector -45, Chandigarh. The function was presided over by Mr.B.B.Mahajan, I.A.S. (Retd.), Director SOSVA. Jahnvi Chhabri of Shivalik Public School, Chandigarh brought laurels to the school by bagging the First prize and was presented a cash award of Rs. 1200/-.
Our students participated in an inter school declamation competition
Our students participated in an inter school declamation competition organised by Red Cross Society , Chandigarh in which Bhawna and Simranmeet Kaur both of XII bagged first and third positions in the senior group.Srishti of class VIII and Gurleen of class VI achieved first and second Positions in the junior group
Inter School poetic Recitation Competition
Inter School poetic Recitation Competition organised by Lions Club Chandigarh, witnessed Preetkanwal Singh XII winning first prize beating a whopping number of 71 competitors.He also won another Inter School poetic recitation competition and bagged a cash prize of 1600/-
Best Team award for Shivalik Public School
The team duo Preet Kanwal Singh XII and Manjot Kaur Rekhi of Class XI brought the Best Team award for Shivalik Public School , Mohali in an Inter School Debate Competition organized by Chartered Accountants’ Association of India,Chandigarh .In the same competition Manjot Kaur won the First Runner up award beating tri city schools participants.