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Bharat Sayinath, second from right, was declared the winner in Talkathon for topic Renewable energy. He got an opportunity to present his ideas in a seminar at the International Business Summit held at Taj Vivanta, Bangalore
Pratheek and Aditya of class 11 and Nandan of class 9 won CBSE Regional Level Science Exhibition and are representing our school in the National Level Exhibition to be conducted in Noida in February.
It was a momentous day at National Hill View Public School, Rajarajeshwarinagar, as the prolific writer and philanthropist Padma Shri Smt. Sudha Murty, Chairperson, Infosys Foundation, visited the school for an interactive session with the students on the occasion of ‘Literary Week’ celebrations at the school.
Mrs. SudhaMurty was honoured by the dignitaries present on stage; Mr. Venkatappa, Additional Trustee Secretary National Education Foundation, in his address, lauded her contribution to the society and her simplicity. Mr. Lepaksha, Trustee Secretary , NEF , graced the occasion.Trustee Secretary Schools, Ms. Aisshwarya D.K.S, spoke about books being man’s best friend and the Principal, Mrs.Anita Vinodkumar introduced Mrs. Sudha Murty and briefed the audience on her life and achievements.
Students of the tenth standard, enacted an episode ‘Panchajanya’ from her latest mythological novel for children-‘The Upside Down King’. Ishika Agrawal and Durga Rajiv Chaloli read out the story,’A Measurement of Time’ from the same book.
This was followed by a very candid ‘Question and Answer’ session in which Mrs Sudha Murty very adeptly and humorously, in her signature ‘down-to earth’ manner, answered various questions posed to her by the students. She concluded the session by regaling the audience with an anecdote from her personal life.
It was indeed a ‘lesson in humility’ that students and teachers alike received on how we must respect our rich Indian culture and values and the wealth that lies in reading and personal interaction.
Under 14 girls team of NHVPS, Deshna M Vanshika of 7th std, Adithi Purushotham of 5th std & Nityaanagha of 7th std won bronze in the CBSE cluster 8 Table Tennis tournament held at Jain Heritage School, Belgaum. Under 19 boys Table Tennis team, Aditya A Iyer of 11th Std, P Surya prasad Bhat of 8th Std, P Arjun Prasad Bhat of 7th std & Siddanth K Jain of 8th std – won bronze and P Surya prasad Bhat of 8th Std won First Prize and got selected for Nationals that is going to be held in November this year. Deshna M Vanshika of class 7th won bronze in Table Tennis Singles.
XI and XII Science students visited GPS Institute of Agriculture as a part of their field trip. They had a hands on experience on various methods of agriculture and animal husbandry which was explained to them by the teachers and the manager on the farm.
Shihan Suresh Kenichira, Karate Head Coach-NHVPS served as a Referee at the World Karate & Kobudo Championship held from 1st to 8th of August 2018 in Okinawa, Japan. This tournament was organised by Okinawan Prefecture Government. He was one among the four Referees in the entire country and the only person representing Karnataka state.