Jamshedpur, June 17: Tarapore School, Agrico, celebrated the achievements of its students of the middle and high school at a ceremony held in the school auditorium on Friday, June 17.
Sister Hilda, principal, Little Flower School was present as the chief guest for the occasion.
She inspired the students with her words and gave away the awards in the respective categories.
Other dignitaries present on the occasion were managing trustee and chairman of the School, B.D. Bodhanwala, trustee Rubina Bodhanwala and other guests. Parents of the prize winners were also present there as were all the students of the middle and high school.
The event began with the welcome address and the lighting of the lamp. The Prize winners were then introduced and they sang a motivational song “I Believe.” On this momentous occasion, a motivational video was also screen for the students.
Then the awards were given out. The various categories were academic excellence, given to the first three rankers in every class (36 students awarded) , Best Endeavour, given to all students who improved by 40% marks in any subject from the first to the third term of one academic year (50 students awarded) and Highest Achiever Award, given to students who got the highest marks in each subject compared to the other sections (11 students awarded).
Other awards were also given out for good performance in Activity Clubs (22 students awarded) and Olympiads (4 students awarded).
The coveted B. P. Ferozshah shield for the best Activity Club, went to the Interact Club. The Principal’s Award for the Most Responsible Student of the school council was awarded to Sukhmani Kaur Gambhir, while The People for Change award for Sustained Improvement went to Gourav Kisku for showing improvement in academics and co-curricular activities. The All-Rounder award was given to Anisha Biswas for excellence in sports, academics, debate and elocution.
Sixteen TEENAIDERS were also awarded for their outstanding efforts as they took on the remedial classes for weaker students in the primary which proved extremely beneficial.
This year 103 students answered their board examinations, out of which 23 students have achieved 90% and above. While 39 students have achieved between 80-89%, 22 students have achieved between 70-79%. The remaining 19 have achieved above 55%.