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Students of SBPS Bagged Several Prizes At Amity Youth Forum

Sarala Birla Public School, Global Youth Voice, gyv

Students of Sarala Birla Public School (SBPS), Ranchi brought laurels to school by their performance in Amity Youth Forum 2020. The students from the school bagged several prizes in the online competition under different categories.

Sarala Birla Public School, Global Youth Voice, gyv
Students of Sarala Birla Public School


Aran Agarwal of class XII bagged the 2nd prize for ‘Immunity Booster’ in which he prepared Watermelon Feta Cheese Salad, describing its nutrient value and goodness for consumption. He and Ashutosh Anand (XI) together bagged 2nd prize for ‘INNOMO’ in which a working model had to be prepared using materials available with the participants at home. Both of them presented a working model ‘ALSK’ (Automated Life Saving Kit) which would save the rider’s life even if by any chance the bike crosses the speed limit.

Aran Agarwal of class XII also secured 1st position in the category of Innovative Idea Competition, where he prepared an Innovative Recipe called Chowpuri, blending Indian and International cuisine. Yashwi Fogla of class (IX) bagged the 2nd prize for the category 3 Cs – Create, Compose, Capture. Vedika Agarwal of class X bagged 1st prize for 24-hour Film Making. Fatima Farah of class X bagged 3rd prize for Digital or Manual Poster attributing COVID -19 and ways to combat it.

The School Head Personnel and Admin. Pradip Varma congratulated all the students for their laudable achievements. Principal Paramjit Kaur while congratulating students praised them and said, “These online activities have helped the students to overcome their inhibitions and to exhibit their talents. These activities are instrumental in the overall development of the growing minds.”


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