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Jodhamal students-authors penned 130+ books!
6/14/2024 9:31:30 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, June 14: In a feat of rare accomplishment, the Jodhamal Student-authors script history once again. Seventy-seven Jodhamal students have become published authors in the bygone academic year, having authored more than 130 books. These 77 students were inspired by their predecessors who were forty-seven in number, thus raising the tally of Jodhamal Student-authors to 124. The number is still counting as many 'word-wizards' are joining the bandwagon as book-writing has already become a popular and much sought-after pursuit with the students of this prominent school of Jammu city. Many of these young writers have been published by the mainstream publication houses. With these students having got the platform to show their creativity in content-creation, many young students at Jodhamal are following suit and getting motivated to write books.
The School carefully nurtures these budding authors to ensure that they take up writing as their full-time pursuit and inspire their generation to drift away from the 'screen-led virtual world' to the 'world of words and books'.
The names of the recent 77 Jodhamal Student-Authors are: Devyan Gupta, Harsh Singh, Imaad, Eirene, Nirosha, Shridha, Advika, Arihaan, Nirvaan, Zaynah, Alvin (all from Grade 6), Aanchal, Mehreen, Saanvi, Aarika, Abha, Mannan Suri, Pahal, Ranya, Shantanu, Aarit, Jayendra, Mohd. Sufyaan, Aadhya, Aaron, Aayan, Amsah, Arya, Myra, Namah, Samayara, Ashvika, Aayan Gupta, Risha, Paarth, Musaid, and Daksh (all from Grade 7), Prisha, Japjooni, Aarav, Aashvi, Aarav Handoo, Ridhi, Sonaysha, Gauransh, Naumaan, Rayaan, Ayza, Hemakshi, Hibba, Jappandeep, Nandini, Prajwal, Shagufta, Shivansh, Tanung, Yumna, Mayra, Neerek, Pawni (all from Grade 8), Manya, Madhur, Parmeet, Chetan (all from Grade 9), Tashvi, Class 10, Mehartaj, Jessica, Nabhya, Aryan, Unnati, Ashvika, Saksham, Kismat, Snigdha, Ashvika Dubey, Class 11, Manasvi and Daania (Both from class 12).
Nandan Kuthiala, Trustee, Arati Kuthiala, Director, Girish Kumar, Principal and Amita Arora, Vice Principal congratulated the students on their stupendous achievements and encouraged them to continue to write and grow.
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