BY | February 19, 2010

Nahan: The Army public senior secondary school today organized annual prize distribution function at army ground, in which more than one thousand students and guests took part and meritorious students of the school were honored by the chief guest Colonel Arjun Sigan.

Addressing the gathering Chief Guest said that boys should take a lesson in the function as most of the prize winners were girls. He said that the school had completed more than 25 years which ranked best in the Army school list. Being the head of the school committee he said that the work for the construction of the new school building is in the progress and asked school administration tomake the school as a centre of excellence. On the other hand Vindya and Renuka house were declare first and second respectively. However Vijay Laxmi was declare best girl of the school, whereas Aarpan Sinsodiya was declare best boy of the school. Earlier school principal Col (Retd) P.R.S. bisht also read the annual report of the school. Mr. D.R bhardwaj, vice principal, Mrs. Raj rani gautam and Mrs. Sunita vig were also present on the occasion.

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