BY | March 23, 2009

mar-23cNahan: Ms Shalini Sharma (10th class) of the Jawahar Navodya Vidyalaya Nahan in Himachal Pradesh has been selected for student exchange program for Japan. School principal P.K. puri said that this outstanding student has secured 91 percent marks in 10th class examination. He said that Shalini Sharma would gather the information about the culture and education style of the Japan during her tour. He said that Shailini was overall best student of the school. He informed that another student of the school was also selected for two year study in England.

 

 

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  • rohit

    well done …

  • Mohan Sharma

    WELL DONE,I CAN SAY JUST, PROUD TO BE A NAVODAYAN.