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The Western Command Polo Challenge was organised at The Patiala Polo & Riding Club in which PPS, Nabha students showed their Equestrian skills
Army Commander Lt Gen Surinder Singh , AVSM** , VSM , ADC
GOC- in - C , Western Command appreciated the talent of the young kids..! Kudos to the PPS Equestrian Dare Devils..!
    The morning kicked off with Inter House Story Telling Competition and Inter House Debate were held in the junior wing. 
    Story Telling Competition was conducted for Classes IV and V in which three students from each class represented their respective house whereas Debate was organised for Classes VI and VII in which two students from each class spoke for and against the motion. This competition let the audience to fly on the wings of fantasy and imagination. The topic for Class VI was 'Is Modern Technology a scourge or a Blessing?' The students of Class VII spoke on the topic 'Should Co-Educational school be supported or not?' All the participants spoke confidently and presented their views to the best of their abilities.
      The morning started with 2 mins of silence as mark of respect to the departed souls in Amritsar Tragedy last evening. Final day saw the interesting races between staff and students besides other Relay and track events. Mr K R Kansal, SDM Nabha was the honourable Chief Guest. He gave away certificates and medals to the winners. Sehajwant Singh was adjudged as the best athlete in Sr Boys. Amanpreet Kaur and Anushtha Gupta shared the Position of Best Athlete among girls. Beas lifted the Overall trophy for Athletic Meet(Seniors). Dr Jagpreet Singh, Head Master presented a token of deeply gratitude to the Chief Guest. In his speech, Mr Kansal congratulated the winners as well as losers and complimented the school authorities for putting up an excellent show. Dr Singh proposed vote of thanks. 

        59 students of PPS , Nabha, ( Class 12 ) along with 3 teacher escorts went to the Valley of Sanawar for 3 day trek of 30 km.

        Students did activities such as Bamboo Bridge and valley crossing. The activities were full of thrill and in the evening saw the beautiful sunset. At the sunset point most of the students were engrossed in taking their pictures.

        DAY 2(14 Oct, 2018)
        Students reached Kasauli bus station and started the most tiring and enjoyable trek. After completing half the trek , they enjoyed observing the waterfall. The students visited local church and came back to camp for DJ party.

        DAY 3(15 Oct, 2018)
        Students started the day by way visiting a local temple. They played various games such as tug of war and shooting , zip liner crossing. 
        Students came back home after fun filled, adventurous three day camp..!
          Inter House Maths Quiz was held for Classes V and VI.Two children from each class in the group of four competed in the no. game against each other. The quiz had six rounds namely, Large Numbers Round , Fractions, Unitary Methods, HCF and LCM, Rapid Fire and Percentage.It was really an amazing experience watching all these small children struggling with big calculations with such an exuberance. 
          Beas House stood first followed by Jumna at the second, Sutlej at third and Ravi at the fourth position.
            Classical Morning Ragas set the ball rolling for second day. The first session saw an eminent politician and spokesperson, Mr Mani Shankar Aiyar playing ‘A Devil’s Advocate’ with Mr Karan Thapar. The witty, captivating session gave a sneak peak into Karan Thapar’s details from his book. The next session saw Sayeda Hameed and Reba Som deliberating on Margot and other European Videshinis. 
            The much awaited session by Shashi Tharoor and Rajiv Mehrotra was clearly the show stealer. The deliberations lasted on Tharoor’s take on Hinduism and the current political scenario. Obliging his long list of fans with autographs and photographs, Tharoor definitely was the cynosure. 
            Post lunch welcomed Mr Navjot Sidhu once again sharing his personal journey, obstacles and sending a powerful inspirational message to the esteemed audience. Evening saw esteemed panellists from defence services deliberating on Indo-Pakistan: Breaking the Logjam., My Grandmothers Tweets. The day ended with last session ‘Sun mere Bandu Re’.
              The much awaited and prestigious KSLF kicked off with the formal opening ceremony by Rahul Singh, son of the legendary Khushwant Singh. Kishwar Desai moderated the session fondly remembering Khushwant Singh setting tone for the day. It was followed by a highly energetic, dynamic and informative session with Mr A S Dullat, former chief of RAW as panellist. Mark Tully, the famous correspondent shared about his experiences in India. Maja Daruwala, daughter of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw spoke about the challenges, reforms in Indian workplace. The other sessions with people from distinguished walks of life also debated about the MeToo movement in India. The evening concluded with the power packed session moderated by Mr Kanwar Sandhu with Mr Navjot Singh Sidhu Minister of Local Government, Tourism, Cultural Affairs, and Museums of the State of Punjab and Kishwar Desai. The session dwelt at length about the indomitable spirit of Punjab and Punjabis, Indo-Pak relations, the much in news Sidhu’s ‘hug’ across the border. Mr Sidhu kept the audience hooked with his couplet laden oratorical skills and took on questions from the audience. The event was compered by Ms Gitanjali Aiyar, the pioneer in women journalism. The students also participated in Joy of Learning Competitions. 
              Besides, we got a chance to catch up with our distinguished alumni.
                The Headmaster PPS, Nabha Dr Jagpreet Singh meets the Overseas Alumni in a big number mainly from Surrey, Vancouver and USA...! It was great interacting with them...! Kudos Nabhaites...!

                  Day 6 witnessed the girls participating in 3km walk, 4*100m Relay, Discuss Throw, Hammer Throw, 200m, 800m, Broad Jump, 300m to name a few. Crowd cheered and kept their morale high. Deputy Headmaster and Head Junior Wing were present for the events and gave away prizes to the winners. 

                    Headmaster PPS Nabha, Dr Jagpreet Singh, attending Dinner at PlCS Function at Vancouver with all important Political People like, The Premiere of British Columbia, Defence Minister and the Members of Parliament, Acting Mayor of Surrey, at the Dinner hosted by Mr Satbir Cheema...! It was very well attended by many young and old Nabhaites . 
                    Mr Pramod Sharma, Member Board of Governors PPS Nabha, flew all the way from Toronto to be a part of it ...! A great experience...!
                      Sunday morning welcomed the angels of PPS in play fields for the Athletic Events. The events included Finals of Shotput, High Jump, Javelin Throw, 1500m, 100m Hurdles, Broad Jump and Heats of 100m, 200m, 400m , 80m. Deputy Headmaster gave away the certificates and medals to the winners. 
                        Extremely supportive and lively audience continued to cheer the enthusiastic sportsmen who kept the audience glued. Day 3 witnessed the finals of Section A- Javelin Throw, 500m, 400m, 110m Hurdles, Sec B Shotput, 80m Hurdles, Sec C- 200m, High Jump. Deputy Headmaster and Head Junior Wing were also present and gave certificates and medals to the winners. 

                          Students braved the scorching heat and continued to show their sportsmanship. The second day witnessed Broad Jump, Discuss Throw, High Jump, Medley Relay. Deputy Headmaster and Head Junior Wing were also present and gave away the prizes and certificates to the winners.
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                            The much awaited Inter House Athletic Events kicked off this evening in the Play Fields of Punjab Public School, Nabha. Excited audience cheered for their respective house athletes. Deputy Headmaster gave away the certificates and medals to the winners. The events are scheduled to take place over next 5 days in various categories. 
                              The least we, the young generation can do is to promote the noble cause of giving selflessly to the needy. Students distributed food and clothes to the needy and homeless people. The visit concluded with spending little time and interaction with inmates of the asylum. 

                                Gandhi Jayanti was celebrated in a special assembly conducted in Pavate Hall. Students highlighted the facts, life and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi. School Choir sang two hymns “Vaishnav jan to tene kahiye je, peer parayee jaane re,” and “Raghupathi Raghava Rajaram”. Headmaster Dr Jagpreet Singh addressed the gathering and urged the audience to adopt the Gandhian principles of Swachta, Swadeshi and Ahimsa in our life. The assembly concluded with National Anthem. 
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