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Jodhamal Students Shine, selected for National Swimming Meet
5/20/2023 11:00:55 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 20: Four talented students from Jodhamal Public School have been chosen to represent their school at the 66th National School Games 2022-23, which will take place in New Delhi from 6th to 12th June 2023. These students earned their spot in the national competition based on their outstanding performance in the Inter District swimming competition organized by the Department of Youth Services and Sports.
The selected students and their respective events are as follows: Akshat Dogra (50 mts and 100 mts freestyle), Ciya Gupta (50 mts breaststroke), Prajna Gupta (100 mts freestyle), and Angelina Bali (50 mts freestyle). Their exceptional skills and hard work, under the guidance of their coach, Pooja Basson, have earned them this prestigious opportunity.
The Principal of Jodhamal Public School, Girish Kumar, along with Vice Principal Shefali Sanwal and Administrative Officer Bharat Bushan Sharma, congratulated the students on their remarkable achievement and wished them the best of luck for the upcoming national event.
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