With a motive to prove proficiency in the extracurricular wing, students from the Khaitan Public School participated in the 7th pre- state shooting championship and made it to the U.P. state shooting Championship.
The tournament was held at Teerthanker Mahaveer University, Moradabad. Six students namely, Prajjwal Srivastava class -12th, Shubham Sharma class - 11th, Aryansh bhardwaj Class - 11th, Shishir Yadav Class - 8th, Aditya Naresh Class - 7th and Midhushi Singh Class- 9th competed at this tournament which was conducted by the UP State Rifle Association.
The Participation was received from schools belonging to different states. The championship was divided into different segments of the rifle, pistol, and shotgun. The winners of pre-championship will now participate in the UP State Championship.
“This is a moment of pride for our entire school association. These tokens of appreciation are going to encourage us for more such participations. We always try to put in the same amount of effort for such activities as they tend to develop children comprehensively and when students perform in a laudable way in such tournaments, we feel really happy for them. Managing academics along with extracurricular activities is a great achievement in itself and students are undeniably achieving that. These efforts would boost their hard and soft skills that would stay beneficial for them in a long run. Participation like such also give students a platform to explore and interact with new people resulting in better social skills” says Geeta Varshneya, Education Director, Khaitan Public School.
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