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State Level Prize distribution function held at Govt. Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector 18, Chandigarh

Chandigarh, 29th May 2019, Chandigarh Commission for protection of child rights in collaboration with Education Department, UT, Chandigarh celebrated World No Tobacco day and international Children day by organizing Poster making, Slogan writing and Theatrical Competitions among school children of Chandigarh schools with the objective of sensitization and creating awareness on Child Abuses. The sensitization program is a deemed effort by Chandigarh Commission for protection of child rights towards child-friendly Chandigarh. In this sensitization program various Government and private schools across the city participated. Twenty six teams performed the productions on Drug Abuse, POCSO Sensitization and Child labor.

The concluding ceremony of these competitions was held today at Govt. Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector 18, Chandigarh. Sh. Manoj kumar Parida, worthy Adviser to the Administrator, UT Chandigarh and Sh. B.L. Sharma, Secretary of Education- cum Social Welfare was the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively on this occasion, Smt. Navjot kaur, Director Social welfare, and Sh. Sudesh Sharma renowned Theatre Personality were also present as Guest of Honour.  

The prizes were given to the winners of the competitions held during these celebrations which are detail below:

  1. Poster making competition

Sr.No

Name of the Student

Class

Name of School

Position

 

1

Riyansh Kundal

5-C

St.John’s High School

1st

 

2

Pragya

7th

Moti Ram arya Sr.Sec. Model School Sec-27 A, Chandigarh

2nd

 

 

 

3

Krishan Kumar

10th-C

Government Model High School,Sec-25, Chandigarh

3rd

 

 

4

Sanjana

8th-C

Government Model High School,Sec-25,Chandigarh

Consolation

 

 

5

Mohit

10th

Shri Guru Gobind Public School,Sec-26,Chandigarh

Consolation

 

 

  Slogan Writing Competition

Sr. No

Name of the Student

Class

Name of School

Position

 

1

Rajni

9th-B

Government Model Sr. Sec. School Sec-15-C,Chandigarh

1st

 

 

2

Diljit Singh

7th-B

Sri Guru Harkrishan Sr. Sec. School,Sec-40C,Chandigarh

2nd

 

 

3

Neha

12th

Government Model Sr. Sec. School, Behlana, Chandigarh

3rd

 

 

4

Vikas

10th-B

Government High School (Smart) Sector-53,Chandigarh

Consolation

 

 

5

Harwinder Singh

9th-B

Government Model Sr. Sec. School Sec-15C,Chandigarh

Consolation

  1. Theatrical Competition
  1. Category: Government Schools

Sr.No

Name of School

Theme of the Play

Position

 

1

Government Model High School,Sector-38W,Chandigarh

Child Labour

1st

 

2

Government Model Sr. Sec. School Sector-8B,Chandigarh

POCSO Sensitization

2nd

 

3

Government Model Sr. Sec. School Sector-23A,Chandigarh

Child Abuse

3rd

 

  1. Category:-Private recognized Schools

Sr.No

Name of School

Theme of the Play

Position

1

D.A.V. Sr. Sec. School  (Lahore) Sec-8,Chandigarh

POCSO Sensitization

1st

 

 

 

2

Sri Aurobindo School of Integral Education Sector-27,Chandigarh

Child Labour

2nd

 

 

3

Saupin’s School, Sector-32,Chandigarh

Drug Abuse

3rd

 

 

  1. Best Presentation:-          Government Model Middle School Sector-45A,Chandigarh
  1. Best Costume & Prop:-    Government Model Sr. Sec. School MHC, Manimjara
  2. Best Actor Award

Sr.No

Name

School name

1

Reetu

Government Model High School Sector-12,Chandigarh

 

2

Simran

Government Model Sr. Sec School sector-8,Chandigarh

3

Haren Sharma

Delhi Public School

4

Sneha

Government High School Indira colony,Manimajra

5

Sheena

GMSSS MHC, Manimajra

Sh. Manoj kumar Parida, Advisor to the Administrator appreciated the initiatives taken by CCPCR to aware the students of schools about Child abuses through various creative competitions and praised young Artists along with their teachers and Principals for their wonderful performance in these activities and hoped that Commission will continue its efforts with same spirit and enthusiasm. He congratulated the Chairperson of the commission along with its team for organizing such type of sensitization programs. Sh. Sudesh Sharma, the renowned Theatre Artist of Chandigarh, also appreciated the performance standards of the schools children. He also offered free training on the theatrical activities to the school children on schools basis if required. The program ended with the vote of thanks by Smt. Harjinder Kaur, Chairperson CCPCR. She shared that sensitizing the whole society on Child Abuse is a huge challenge but with such events and sport of our creative champions we can build a strong safety net ourselves and we are committed with the wonderful support of the Chandigarh Administration.

Department: 
Education Department