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enlightening: Tiny tots from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Public School (Vidyashram), Jubilee Hills, on their trip to a Gurudwara.
enlightening: Tiny tots from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Public School (Vidyashram), Jubilee Hills, on their trip to a Gurudwara.

Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD: A teacher and a few students from Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan’s Public School, Jubilee Hills, joined e-pals Team Earth to exchange ideas on climate change. The students participated in ‘Countdown to Copenhagen students speak!’ contest in which a Class X student’s presentation ‘Shun plastic’ was adjudged as one of the top ten entries. The winning student received the special Best Global Advice and Plant Protector Award. Three other students too received awards for their presentations.

D. Lakshmi Prachotan, a Class VI student of the school received Pandit Jasraj Award for 2009, which was presented to him on November 26 by none other than Pandit Jasraj. The child, who is already a prodigious vocalist, has won many other awards, including Rama Seva Mandali Best Junior Concert Award, Navyanataka Samiti Rolling Shield, and Best Junior Concert Award at Kalabharati, Visakhapatnam. He was also felicitated by many organisations, informed a press note from the school.

Field trip

Tiny tots from the Bhavan’s Public School(Vidyashram) were taken on a field trip to places of worship recently. They visited a gurudwara and a church during their trip.


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