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Tiny Scholars School organizes debate competition
10/22/2019 10:41:58 PM
Early Times Report

Kathua, Oct 22: Tiny Scholars School Kathua organized Debate Competition on (Kya hum Poornta Gyan Ke Lite Internet Par Nirbhar Hain?).
The program was graced by Rachna Raj (Prof. GDC Kathua) . Smt. Sanjeevan Jyoti (SHO, Women Cell Kathua) as Guest of Honour. Sh. Gareeb Hussain (Vice Principal Tiny Scholar School, Kathua) and Sh. Subhash Sharma (Sr. Lecturer) were the jury members.
Debate can nurture rational thinking, organization of thought and public speaking.
Debate has the capability to deeply engage the students in relevant learning and to inspire students to be deep thinker.
The program began with the lightening of lamp by Chief Guest Prof. Rachna Raj, Guest of Honour, SHO Sanjeewan Jyoti, Judges, Sr. Lecturer Subhash Sharma & Gareeb Hussain along with the Director of the school Ms. Manisha Gupta and Principal Ruchi Gupta of Tiny Scholars School.
Addressing the students, the Chief Guest Prof. Rachna Raj expressed her views on use of internet and congratulated the school administration and the students for their marvelous performance. She also appreciated the efforts of the staff of the school.
The Guest of honour SHO Women Cell Kathua Sanjeewan Jyoti while sharing her views quoted that internet is a boon as well as a ban, it depends on individual how he thinks.
Subhash Sharma and Sh Gareeb Hussain as jury members expressed their judgment in three different categories.
In Category-I (Classes V & VI) Alisha Punia (V), Ainjal Bhau (V), Swastik Sharma (VI) bagged 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize respectively.
In Category-II (Classes VII & VIII) Dhawani (VII), Divyarun (VII) got 1st & 2nd prize respectively and 3rd prize was shared by Pratham (VIII) and Rnachan (VIII). In Category-III (Classes IX & XI) Manvi (XI), Nosheen (IX) & Purav (XI) was declared as 1st, 2nd & 3rd.
In the last, Principal Ms Ruchi Gupta congratulates and appreciated the students efforts and presented vote of thanks.The programme was concluded by 'National Anthem
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