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Painting Competition Held By Dainik Jagran Newspaper

 On 19th April, the newspaper - Dainik Jagran published a notice inviting paintings for the GO Green Drawing Competition on Earth Day. Divya Singh of grade VI and Aditya Singh of grade IV participated in this competition in their respective categories.  It is a matter of great pride that both the paintings were adjudged  winners.

Times NIE Student of the Year Award

Acknowledging diligence, dedication and commitment, be it in the field of academics, sports, music, dance or any other co-curricular activity is a way of encouraging and motivating innovation and talent. The Student of the Year Award is just such an initiative of the Times NIE to felicitate those who display a combination of talent, academic excellence, leadership ability and contribution made to the society.

It’s a pleasure to announce that Lishika Sahni of Class 10th has been awarded the prestigious Times NIE Student of the Year Award-2017-18.

She was awarded with Trophy, certificate and a gift voucher worth Rs 1000/-.

SHIS Highest Scorer at Second Level Korea-India Friendship Quiz 19th April 2018

Under the aegis & guidance of its Founder and Chairperson, Dr. (Mrs.) Lilly George, the Shalom students had participated in the first round of Korea - India Friendship Quiz Competition where 10 bright Shalomites of classes IX & X qualified for the next round of the quiz that was held on 19th April 2018 at the Embassy of South Korea (Korea Cultural Centre India).

The selection in the second round gave the children international exposure and greater insight into India's diplomatic ties and bilateral relations with South Korea. Trained by the Quiz In-charge Ms Lopa Mishra, the Students geared up for the high octane second round of the competition where they faced off with 100 other stalwarts from prestigious schools like DAV (Gurgaon), Amity (Delhi), Kothari International School (Delhi), K.R Mangalam( Gurgaon), Scottish High(Gurgaon), National Victor (Delhi), Dr. Radhakrishnan International (Delhi), R.D Rajpal (Delhi), to name a few. The second round had two, Level 2A- written and Level 2B- Oral, Visual cum Buzzer, with special emphasis on South Korean language and spellings.  The Shalomites proved their mettle by bagging the 1st position in the Semi Finals as the Highest Scorer ever in history of Semifinals of Korea-India Quiz competition.

A. Mohammed Farhaan of Class IX from Shalom Hills International School has secured his place in the Finals that will be held on 3rd May 2018.

The Finals of the Quiz competition will require a deep dive into Korea’s foreign relations, culture, economy, politics, government, language, cuisine, society, tourism, sports, history and geography.  The far reaching objective that is being organized by the Embassy of South Korea is to foster closer India-South Korea relations and broaden children’s knowledge about the bilateral relations between the two countries.

ACCOLADES AT THE CBSE SCIENCE EXHIBITION –NATIONAL ROUND -10th – 12th FEBRUARY ’2018

It is rightly said ‘’Today’s Science is tomorrow’s technology.’’

Having won the Regional level of the CBSE Science Exhibition, the Senior students showcased their Geo- stationary satellite (NVAIC) model based on Transport and Communication at the National Level held at Mount Public School, Sector -5, Rohini from 10th -12th February 2018.   This event saw young enthusiastic from across 460 showcasing their innovative working models and investigation based projects.

The exhibits by the different schools were indeed eye-openers on various topics related to Green Energy, Innovation in Transport, Communication, Agriculture, Technology, Bio-Diversity and Environment.

Our young aspiring Shalomites, Avdhesh Vakil and Arushi Hans of Grade 11 described the whole process of the satellite launch and the complete mechanism of NVAIC to our most- curious judges and inquisitive students from across different schools, with great confidence.

The judges applauded the students for their novel ideas which would help the world to become a much better place to live in. The mentor and guide, Mr. Param Dev Singh, got the opportunity to participate in the panel discussion and even to conduct a workshop on effective teaching at the venue.

The exhibition, held with a view to encourage, popularize and inculcate scientific temperament in students, was truly successful in its endeavor.

Zonal Level Toppers of English and Science Olympiads Felicitated with Medals

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams”

In an attempt to enhance the knowledge of the students beyond the text, Shalom Hills International School hosted the Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) and International-Silver Zone Olympiad competitions for them. It is a unique platform for the students to test their level of understanding, knowledge and power of reasoning.


SHIS encourages its students to challenge their potential and chisel their proficiencies through the medium of these Olympiads as these competitive examinations benefit the enterprising talents in our country and facilitate the young brains in achieving new horizons.


The child prodigies Falakpreet Kaur Multant (I), Anay Agarwal (II D), Yeshveer Singh Tomar (VI D) and SanviNowal(VII D) received Medals of Excellence for English and Science. Arnav (I B), and Garvita (I C) received special prize for their academic performance in Informatics. They were felicitated and warmly blessed by our beloved Founder and Managing Director, Dr. Lilly George.

SILVER IN 63rd SCHOOL NATIONAL BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP

Yashwardhan of grade VIII won the silver medal in the 63rd School National Boxing Championship held at Banaras from 25/1/18 to 30/1/18. This is the third time in a row where the young boxer from Shalom has received the truly deserved applause at the National level championship. Showcasing his extra ordinary boxing skills, he overpowered all his opponents in knock-out bouts.

55TH NATIONAL ROLLER SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP

Advaith K Menon and Swastika Dhariwal of grade VII represented Haryana state in the 55th National Roller Skating Championship held at Chennai from 25/01/18 to 01/02/18, where more than 1200 participants from across India participated. Advaith K Menon, who participated in two races i.e., 500 mt. in which he secured the 2nd position and 3000 mt. race in which he surpassed all other participants in his category to bag the 1st position. Swastika demonstrated exemplary skills in her races but could not make a podium finish this time.

Lavanya Wali Creates a Sensation at the 14th National Ice Figure Skating Championship

Eight and a half year old Lavanya Wali, a student of Grdae IV of Shalom Hills International School proved her talent and skating skill by winning the Gold medal in the 14th National Ice Figure Skating Championship in the juvenile solo ice figure category held at the Ambience Mall, Gurugram on 1st and 2nd October, 2017.

Winner of the Haryana state Gold Medal, Lavanya was the defending champion of last year’s National Ice Figure Skating Championship. An excellent student of Shalom Hills International School, she has won more than 12 competitions including the 2017 Haryana State Championships and Iskate Blades for Glory 2016 and 2017.

Hindi Development Institute Olympiad

The Students of classes VI-X appeared for the Hindi Development Olympiad organized by the Hindi Vikas Academy, with full enthusiasm. All the students applied their knowledge to perform to the best of their ability. While thirteen other students received medals, Vidhi Narang of Grade VI performed exceptionally well to win the Gold medal at the National level.  The Hindi teacher, Ms. Lalita Yadav was awarded a certificate for the best Coordinating Teacher.

Special Olympiad Prizes

Young Shalomites have proved their academic worth through their laudable performance in Olympiads. Our ever inspiring Founder-Managing Director, Dr. (Mrs.) Lily George, rewarded them with gifts for their efforts and showered her blessings on them.

Akhand Pratab Singh, Grade VII received books worth Rs.1000/- for his commendable performance in SOF in Computers, while Armaan Pathak, Grade II, received a special gift for his excellent performance in OCAS Olympiad in Science.

Accolades at the World Scholar’s Cup- Regional Round: 01-02nd May’17

‘The destiny of hard work is always success. Your success is measured by the strength of your desire, the size of your dream and to finally reap the rewards of achievement: success and self-fulfillment.’
Under the aegis & guidance of Dr. Lilly George, Founder-Managing Director, our students of Junior and Senior Division participated with full vigour in the World Scholar’s Cup (Regional Round) held on 1st -2nd May’17 at Suncity World School, Gurgaon, based on the theme of ‘AN UNLIKELY WORLD’. Their journey began with them being trained and groomed by their mentor, Ms. Rinky Tandon. It was a breath-taking, yet strong competitive challenge to meet different schools across the country on this platform and emerge as World class winners from among 450 scholars. Some prestigious schools, among the 35 which participated in this tournament, were Modern School (Barakhamba and Vasant Vihar), Sanskriti School, Amity International, Mayo College (Ajmer), Venketeshwar International, Heritage School (Vasant Kunj, Rohini), Indirapuram Public School, Salwan Public School, D.A.V Public School, D.P.S. International School, Gyan Bharti School, Maruti Kunj, D.P.S, Lotus Valley International, K.R. Mangalam World School, The Millenium School and The Doon School.

Our students, with their heads held up high walked oozing confidence and tackled all the team events with amazing expertise - The Team Debate, Collaborative Writing, Scholar’s Challenge and Scholar’s Bowl. Our bright orators, both from the Junior and Senior Divisions, spoke skillfully in a veritable battle of words on various topics for the Team Debates. Our students at every step were beaming high with enthusiasm and held a positive approach.  Though our boys and girls were exhausted; still not even once did their spirit to move on to the next challenge fade away as they put up long hours battling at all ends with amazing finesse. They applied their mental ability to the fullest and indeed proved their excellence in general awareness. All the teams brainstormed their way through a platter of questions and triumphantly got oodles of merit for their winning performance.

It was a proud moment to witness our Stormy Shalomites- mark high sweepstakes of over 175 medals and 11 trophies to their stride breaking all their previous records. They stood out from the crowd of 450 scholars from around 35 schools across the country, bagging the 1st Position for Debating, Collaborative Writing, Challenge and being Overall Champions at the Regional Round. Our entire team made it big, taking positions at all places ranging from 35th to making it to the 1st position in all events.
Shreya Malviya was felicitated as the Best Debater at 1st Position in the Junior Division; the wolf of Shalom, Kenneth Lobo at the 5th Position and Rishika Arora sweeping the 4th Position in the Senior Round. Nandini Shukla made us proud by sweeping the 1st Position for Collaborative Writing Challenge in the Junior Division with her team members, Rushikesh Aoley and Vedant Swain, being honoured as the Best Writing Team in the 1st Position in the Junior Division. The Scholar’s Bowl witnessed both our junior (Nandini Shukla, Rushikesh Aaoley, Vedant Swain) and senior Team (Rishika Arora, Parleen Ranhotra, Kushagr Kapoor) sweeping away the 2nd Positions. The Challenge round witnessed Rushikesh Aaoley, Gauri Srivastava, Manvita Rao and Himanshi Rao in the Junior Division take the 1st Position and Rishika Arora with Kushagr Kapoor in the Senior Division. Our students made us proud in all areas ranging from Literature, History, Social Studies, Science and Special Area and Arts. Rishika Arora , Parleen Ranhotra  and Kushagr Kapoor marked the 1st Position in the Top Challenge Team whereas in Juniors- Vedant Swain, Nandini Shukla and Rushikesh Aaoley took away the 3rd Position. Our Top Debate Teams in both Junior and Senior Division deserve special mention for sweeping away the Gold in their respective areas:
 JR. Team 1- Nandini, Rushikesh, Vedant
Team 2- Sushrut, Shreya, aanjaney
Team 3- Aryan , Rajas, Abhijit
Team 4- Advit, Abhishek, Raghav
Team 5- Kenneth, Rajas, Divit
Team 6 – Harshal, Sanvi, Anshuman
SR. Team 1- Rishika, Parleen and Kushagr
Likewise, we also have our top Writing Teams and Top Challenge Teams which made the event bigger in size.

 

TOP CHALLENGE TEAM

TOP WRITING TEAM

Team 1- Vedant, Rushikesh, Nandini

Team 2- Gauri, Mehal, Manvita
Team 3- Advit, Raghav, Abhishek
Team 4- Larissa, Himanshi, Priyansh
Team 5 – Aryan, Abhijit, Rajas

Team 1- Nandini, Rushikesh, Vedant
Team 2- Kenneth, Divit, Rakshit
Team3 – Mehak, Gauri, Manvita
Team 4- Raghav, Abhishek, Advit
Team 5- Sushrut, Shreya, Aanjaney
Team 6- Aryan, Abhijit, Rajas
Team 7- Harshal, Sanvi, Anshuman
Team 8 –Larisa, Himanshi, Priyansh

 

Our School Top Scholars made us really proud with Gold medals again – Rishika Arora and Rushikesh Aaoley. Our Champion Scholars in the Junior Division Rushikesh Aaoley, Vedant Swain, Nandini Shukla, Rajas Dhaigude, Gauri Srivastava, Abhishek Chauhan were in the top 3rd to 20th position to sweep gold.  In the Senior Division, Rishika Arora placed herself high at the 1st Position by being the top Champion Scholar.

It was indeed a magical moment witnessing all our teams gloriously sweep the RED CARPET and qualifying for the Global Round at Vietnam, Hanoi to be held in June’17. 

Shalom Hills International School bags Special Prize in the Finals of Korea-India Friendship Quiz Competition: 4th May 2017

Under the aegis & guidance of its Founder-Managing Director, Dr. Lilly George, the Shalom students receive coveted invitations to World Class Competitions which gives them international exposure and greater insight into India's diplomatic ties and bilateral relations with other countries. After an initial screening test 10 Shalomites of Grade X were selected to compete in the highly engaging yet challenging Inter-school Korea-India Friendship Quiz Competition, organized by the Embassy of South Korea.

After successfully outdoing 14,500 participants in Level 1 and Level 2, Akshita Anand (X C) marched towards the final audio-visual buzzer round of the Quiz, which required a deep dive into South Korea’s foreign relations, culture, economy, politics, government, language, cuisine, society, tourism, sports, history and geography. She became the proud recipient of the Special Prize of a Samsung Galaxy S7 worth Rs.54, 000, presented by Mr. Hyun Cho (Ambassador of South Korea to India) and a cash prize of Rs.2000 by Mr. Kim Kum-Pyong (Director of Tourism South Korea).

Devishi Sahai (XI B), Bharti Raghav (X A), Ishaan Mukerjee (XII A), Akshita Anand (X C) also won 4 audience prizes, the highest among participating schools.

The laudable objective behind this challenging Quiz is to foster closer India-South Korea relations, broaden the children’s knowledge about the bilateral relations between these two countries and to provide them with an opportunity to learn about the South Korean culture.

Zonal level toppers of Computer and Science Olympiads felicitated with medals

“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams”

Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) hosted the Olympiad competition which is the fastest growing Olympiad amongst the student fraternity across India. It is a unique platform that tests the level of understanding, knowledge and power of reasoning of the students.

SHIS encourages its students to challenge their potential and chisel their proficiencies through the medium of these Olympiads as these competitive examinations benefit the enterprising talents in our country and facilitate the young brains in achieving new horizons.

The child prodigies, Sannidhya Gupta (VI), Akhand Pratap Singh (VI) and Prakhar B Kumar (VII) have received Medals of Excellence for Computer and Sannidhya Gupta (VI) and Sanvi Nowal (VI) have received Gold Medals for Science. They were warmly felicitated and blessed by Dr. Lilly George, Founder-Managing Director.

LAVANYA WALI BLADES IT DIFFERENTLY

Lavanya wali of grade III is a new addition to the family of proud shalomites, as she performs and made a mark by winning gold in figure skating at the 13th National Ice skating competition held at Ambience mall, Gurgaon from 05/1/17 to 06/1/17organized by Ice Skating Association of India. Lavanya interest for the new sport as far as India is concerned has raised the hopes of sports lovers in the country. Lavanya performed in solo and in pair in Under-10 age category. She carries a huge interest for the sport and keeps her eye representing her nation at Winter Olympics. Shalom family encourages every student to participate in some kind of sport which will help in nation building.

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Lavanya Wali’s Mother

Shalom students win 3rd position in 9--A side National Level Football Competition

Yet another feather has been added in the cap of Shalom achievements and sports accolades. The new year 2017 began on a successful and propitious note as 2 bright Shalom students , Parth Chauhan of IX and Soham Moulree of VIII won laurels by bagging the 3rd position in the 9--A side National Level Football Competition held recently in Raipur.

Yashwardhan Singh- Story (T.O.I)

Yashwardhan Singh, a promising student of Grade VII studying at Shalom Hills International School, Gurgaon possesses great inclination towards boxing and has great dreams of representing the Indian tri color at 2024 Olympics. This young boxing prodigy’s hard work, dedication and resolve to make it ‘big’ in the boxing arena have paid rich dividends. He has made a triumphant podium finish for the consecutive years at National level. He has won a bronze medal at National Level Boxing Championship 2015-16.
This year making a succession from Block level to State level, Yashwardhan has brought glory to the state of Haryana by winning a shining gold in Haryana School State Championship which was held at Bhim Stadium Bhiwani from 05/09/16 to 08/09/16 in below 42kg of U-14 boys category. He made a podium finish by making successive strokes registering his win against worthy boxers from Jhajjar, Sonipat, Hisar & Bhiwani. He has been selected to represent Haryana state in the forthcoming Nationals to be held in Delhi from 02/01/17 to 06/01/17. He is receiving vigorous practice for the same under Coach Dharamvir. If this young boxing champ emerges undefeated in the National Round, he will be a hot candidate for forthcoming World School Games.
The school management especially the Founder-Managing Director of SHIS, Dr. Lilly George, the Principal, Mr. Atul Bhatt & all the teachers have always supported Yashwardhan on his academic front and encouraged him to chase and achieve his dreams.

STATE LEVEL ROLLER SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP

AstitvaThukral of grade XI participated in State level roller skating championship from 09/09/16 to 11/09/16. He participated in three races where he won 2 bronze and gold, he is also been selected for Nationals to be held at Karnataka in the month of January.

Shalom students qualify for second level of Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF)

The Science Olympiad Foundation (SOF) is an educational foundation and a non-profit organization based in New Delhi, India which promotes Science, Mathematics, Introductory Computer Education and English Language skills amongst school children in India. It organizes four Olympiads annually, namely the National Cyber Olympiad (NCO), the National Science Olympiad (NSO), the International Mathematics Olympiad (IMO) and the International English Olympiad (IEO).

Each Olympiad is conducted at two levels. The students from Class I to X participated in the examination. Results have been announced for every student and it includes the student's overall rank, state rank, school rank, percentile score, etc. SOF also generates a performance report for all participating schools, as well as awards teachers and principals whose pupils excelled in the exam.Top 500 students, top 10 students in each state, as well as school toppers are selected for the second level. 44 students participated for Science Olympiad and 11 of them qualified for Second level. The students qualified for Second level are as follows.

Sannidhya Gupta of class VI got Rs.1000/- as gift for his excellent performance in Computer Olympiad

LIST OF STUDENTS QUALIFIED FOR LEVEL-II

S.NO

Class

Name

Marks

Medal

NSO

1

VI

Sannidhya Gupta

51

Medal of Excellence

2

VI

VedantAgarwal

48

Medal of Excellence

3

VI

RiveaBansal

45

Medal of Excellence

4

VI

KishikaaGoel

45

Medal of Excellence

5

VI

AkhandPratap Singh

41

Gold

6

VI

AnanyaPargal

40

Silver

7

VI

RakshanTrivedi

38

Bronze

8

VI

Anjaneya Mishra

38

Qualified for Level-II

9

VI

Krish Jain

32

Qualified for Level-II

10

VII

SohamKulkarni

30

Gold

11

VIII

IshitaAggarwal

34

Gold

NCO

12

VI

Sannidhya Gupta

44

Medal of Excellence

13

VI

AkhandPratap Singh

39

Gold

14

VI

SanviNowal

33

Silver

15

VI

UmangMadhukar

32

Bronze

IMO

16

VI

Sannidhya Gupta

57

Medal of Excellence

17

VI

VedantAgarwal

43

Gold

18

VI

KishikaaGoel

41

Silver

19

VI

SanviNowal

37

Bronze

20

VII

V.Sridhar

34

Gold

21

VIII

BhavyaVashisht

39

Gold

22

IX

KushagraKapoor

42

Gold

IEO

23

VI

RiveaBansal

56

Medal of Excellence

24

VI

SanviNowal

54

Gold

25

VI

Sannidhya Gupta

50

Silver

26

VI

UmangMadhukar

47

Bronze

27

VII

Faith Stephen

45

Gold

28

VII

RiyaYadav

45

Silver

29

VII

VaibhavKaushal

36

Bronze

Astitva Thukral of Shalom Hills International School felicitated by H’ble Chief Minister of Haryana on 24th April’16

Astitiva Thukral of Grade –XI was felicitated for his achievements in Skating the by Sports & Youth Affairs Department, Government of Haryana for securing Bronze medal in 52nd National Roller Skating championship from 21-25 January 2015 held at Maharashtra.

The ‘skating champ’ of SHIS He was felicitated by Sh. Manohar Lal, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Haryana & Sh. Anil Vij, Hon’ble Sports & Youth Affairs Minister, Haryana on 24/4/16 at Tau Devi Lal Stadium.

Shalom Hills awarded certificate at Microsoft Grand Finale Event 27th April’16

Out of 4000 schools across country where Microsoft tools are implemented, SHIS was one of the 20 schools from Delhi, Gurgaon which participated in the Grand Finale Ceremony organised at the WWF Auditorium, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

Shalom Hills International School was represented by  Ms.Vimala Jossy and Ms. Anjali Drolia. This event was an ideal platform for appreciating the innovative and creative expression adopted by schools along with Community Outreach programme during the implementation of various toolkits. The main motto of this ‘Microsoft – Aspire to Inspire’ Programme has been to create a more sustainable society .

Microsoft lead by Dr.Vini and Ms.Manjri awarded the certificates to the teachers.

The workshop concluded with a note from Mr Rohit Prakash  and mitigation plan from Dr Vini in which she mentioned about how Microsoft is playing an integral part in Education through ‘Showcase School Programme’ wherein around 100 schools across world are exchanging ideas. The programme concluded with vote of thanks to host schools like Lotus Valley, DPS Vasant Kunj and Indraprastha International School

53RD NATIONAL ROLLER SPEED SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP 2016

Name of Tournament- WORLD SCHOLARS CUP 2016

THEME -  The Imperfect World

Venue- REGIONAL ROUND, Indirapuram Public School, Ghaziabad

CategoryEvent TypeTeam NameTeam RankStudent NameMedalTrophies
Gold Silver
A SCHOLAR'S BOWL (JUNIOR) - Among 300 Children TEAM BOWL 5
6
7
11
Irin
Rishika
Riddhima
Vedant
Nandini
Parleen
Zyra
Rishikesh
Seher
Rhea
Himanshi
Abhijeet
3 3
3
3
 
B TEAM DEBATE (JUNIOR) - Among 300 Children INDIVIDUAL DEBATE

 

3
7
8
10
15
19
20
23
Rishikesh
Vedant
Kenneth
Divit
Abhijeet
Ananay
Raghav
Rishika Arora
-- -- 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
TEAM DEBATE 1
4
7
10
13
Vedant
Ananay
Abhishekh
Rhea
Kushagra Kapoor
Rishikesh
Amit
Raghav
Hiya
Kenneth
Abhijeet
Aryan
Adivit
Rivea
Khushi
3
3

 


3
3
3
C COLLABORATIVE WRITING (JUNIOR) - Among 300 Children INDIVIDUAL WRITING

 

4
6
8
10
12
13
21
23
Seher
Nandini
Rishika
Rhea
Parleen
Vedant
Hiya Saxena
Rishikesh
-- -- 1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
 
TEAM WRITING 2
3
5
8
Rishika
Irin
Vedant
Samiksha
Parleen
Nandini
Rishikesh
Bhavya
Rhea
Seher
Abhijeet
Vanshika
3
3
3
 



3
1
1
COLLABORATIVE WRITING (SENIOR) - Among 300 Children INDIVIDUAL WRITING 1
6
Deveshi Trehan
Arushi Hans
-- -- 1
1
1
1
 
TEAM WRITING 3 Deveshi Trehan Arushi Hans Devishi Sahai 3
 
   
D INDIVIDUAL SCHOLAR'S CHALLENGE (JUNIOR) Among 300 Children HISTORY   Kushagra Kapoor
Vedant Swaim
-- -- 1
1
1
1
 
LITREATURE   Vanshika
Parleen
Parleen
Nandin
Rhea
Seher
1
1

 
1
1
SCIENCE   Nandini
Rishika
Parleen
-- -- 1
1
1
1
 
SOCIAL STUDIES   Kushagra Kapoor
Riddhima
Ananya
Rishikesh
Rishika
-- --


1
1
1
1
1
 
SPECIAL AREA   Khushi Puri
Nandini
Irin
Rishika
-- --

1
1
1
1
 
 
THE ARTS   Nandini
Parleen
Rishika
-- -- 1
1
1
   
SCHOLAR'S CHALLENGE (JUNIOR) Among 300 Children TEAM CHALLENGE 4
7
14
Rishika
Irin
Vedant

Parleen
Nandini
Rishikesh

Rhea
Seher
Abhijeet
3
3
 


3
 
E TOTAL HIGHEST SCORERS SPECIAL AWARD 3
4
Parleen
Rishika
    1
1
  1
F SCHOOL TOP SCORER (JUNIOR)     Rishika Arora     1   1
G CHAMPIONS SCHOLARS (JUNIOR) INDIVIDUAL 3
5
7
23
24
25
26
29
30
33
35
36

Rishika Arora
Vedant
Rishikesh
Kenneth
Abhijeet
Divit
Seher
Raghav
Nandini
Irin
Ananya
Hiya

    1
1


1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
 
H TOTAL HIGHEST SCORERS (JUNIOR) TEAM 6
15
20

Irin
Kushagra Kapoor
Riddhima

Seher
Kenneth
Himanshi

Nandini
Khushi
Zyra

  3
3
3
 
I SCHOOL TOP SCORER (SENIOR) INDIVIDUAL  

Devishi Sahai

 

 

1    
J SCHOOL'S TOP POSITION TEAM 5
6
Rishika
Vedant
Parleen
Rishikesh

Rhea
Abhijeet

3
3
3  
K DA-VINCI AWARD (SENIORS) INDIVIDUAL 2
3
8
Vidhi Rohtagi
Vikrant Singh
Anushka Chowdhary
 

 

1
1
1