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Tiny Tots of INNOKIDS celebrated Hindi Diwas; told Stories in “Kahaniyo Ka Sansar”

Punjab Tribune Bureau | September 14, 2019 07:33 PM

JALANDHAR: INNOKIDS – Pre- Primary School of Innocent Hearts (GMT, Loharan, Cantt.- Jandiala Road and Royal World) celebrated “Hindi Diwas” enthusiastically. ‘Hindi Sulekh’ and “Kahaniyo Ka Sansaar.” competitions were conducted for the little ones of KG I and KG II respectively. In order to instill in students the love of writing as well as to re-iterate the importance of our National language, a Hindi Handwriting Competition was conducted. The children wrote so beautifully with their tender hands that really looked like string of pearls. The children of KG II expressed themselves with gestures and props in story telling competition. This activity was meant to enhance the creative skill of students.

 
 

Result of the competition:

First Position

Hindi Handwriting Competition:

GMT        Kaavya, Aarav, Anvika, Gaurangi

Loharan   Manthan, Panav, Saavi Japleen, Ravleen

CJR         Vriti, Vedabgi, Chahat, Nanakjot

Royal World    Harleen Kaur, Yuvraj, Navya, Raavika

Kahaniyo Ka Sansaar

GMT- Kaashvi, Pranjal, Shaivya, Pavni, Vaanya, Yashika, Shivansh and Hardik Arora

Loharan - Agam Jain, Parikshit, Garvita, Kayna, Ridhima, Sukhmani and Rudransh Behal

CJR - Avneet Kaur, Aditya Gupta, Ekamjeet Kaur, Vinayak

Royal World – Srishti and Gurmanjot

Winners were awarded with the certificates. INNOKIDS Incharge Mrs Gurmeet Kaur - GMT, Alka Arora - Loharan, Neetika Kapoor - CJR, Pooja Rana - Royal World congratulated the winners and explained the importance of ‘The Hindi Diwas’.

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