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Ad-Mad Show Competition at Innocent Hearts for Grade 12

Jalandhar, May 5, 2022 (Yes Punjab News)
Innocent Hearts School, Green Model Town, Loharan and The Royal World International School organized an ‘ Ad- Mad Show Competition’ for the students of Grade XII. The students chose a topic from the given topics ‘ Say No to Drugs, Art and Culture’ and presented their views through enactment.

The participants were adjudged by Kirandeep (HOD Dance) and Mr Amit (HOD Music) Green Model Town, and Ms. Richa (HOD Dance) and Ms. Geeta ( B. St) at Loharan and Ms. Manpreet Aujla at Royal World. The school organised such competitions to boost the confidence of the students.Mrs. Ambika Pasrija, HOD English, Activity Incharge congratulated the winners and encouraged the students to take part in such activities.

The result of the Competition is

First Position: Group 1
Darshan Veer, Chehak

Loharan :
First Position: Group 1
Purvi Talwar
Manish Jain
Sanyam, Amandeep Kaur,
Mahir Makkar and

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