Jamshedpur, Jan 30: Tata Quality Management Services organised EDUQUEST at Centre for Excellence Auditorium to recognize the PANKH Projects or Improvement efforts of students of Jamshedpur schools.
Students of 19 schools submitted 35 projects. Nine projects out of 35 were shortlisted by an evaluation team comprising Ms Veena Priyadarshi, (Lecturer, Graduate School, College for Women), & Ms. Ratnabali Sengupta, (educationist and teacher), for presentation before a Jury. The Jury comprised Dipankar Sengupta, Durga Dutt Pathak (both ex Tata Steel), & Mrs. Rajani Shekhar, Principal, DBMS English School.
Mrs. Ruchi Narendran, Managing Trustee, JEM Foundation inaugurated the programme and graced the occasion with her presence.
Of the 19 Schools that submitted Pankh Projects, the shortlisted projects were fromGulmohur High School, Hill Top School Telco, JUSCO School Kadma, JUSCO School South Park, Kerala Public School Mango, Motilal nehru Public School and RMS High School, Khutadih Of the 9 teams the Jury selected four projects for recognition: ‘I Love Mother Earth, do you’ by Motilal Nehru Public School, Safe by Choice’ by Hill Top School, ‘Paper Magic by Gulmohur High School and ‘The Lather Story’ by JUSCO School , South Park.
These four winning projects will be recognized at the TEEP Annual Award function Mr. Dipankar Sengupta gave away certificates of participation to all the teams that made the presentations today.
He appreciated the efforts of all the students which he summarized as being largely focussed on supporting the society, environment, safety etc. His message to the students was to have a global perspective and to practice inclusivity in their efforts .
He also stressed the need for the students to work hand in hand to benefit the society at large. N.K. Sharan, Vice President, TQMS welcomed the Jury, participating students, principals, teachers. Dr. Deepali Misra and Mr. P. Ramesh of TQMS conducted the proceedings.