Chinar Primary School organises Sports Day

Medal winners and dignitaries posing for group photograph.
Medal winners and dignitaries posing for group photograph.

Excelsior Sports Correspondent
JAMMU, Nov 16: Chinar Primary School, the junior wing of Sainik School Nagrota organized its Sports Day at the school stadium.
Captain (IN) A Muthuraman, Principal, Sainik School Nagrota and Chairman, Chinar Primary School presided over the function as chief guest. World Kickboxing Champion Tajamul Islam graced the occasion as the guest of honour and distributed medals and certificates to winners of various sports events conducted on the occasion.
Tajamul also interacted with the children and motivated them to take part in games and sports.
Tiny-tots from Class LKG to V participated enthusiastically in all the events and demonstrated their abilities.
Urmimala Das, Headmistress Chinar Primary School and the team of staff put in special efforts to make the day memorable to one and all by introducing very innovative and fun-filled activities such as ‘Shopping for Toys, ‘Back to Back Race, ‘Bangle Game’ etc for the first time.
The programme began with welcome address followed by March Past by the participants. A large number of parents have also attended the event and encouraged their wards enthusiastically.
In UKG, Nitish Singh and Shreyansh Sharma stood first in ‘Balancing the Ball’ and Arushi Pandita won the first prize in ‘Going to School’. Shivam Singh of Class I stood first in ‘Balancing the Book’ and Prisha Kar won the first prize in ‘Bangle Game’. In Class II, Taksh Singh stood first in ‘Frog Race’ and Devanshi Kar bagged first prize in ‘Ring Race’. In Class III, Falak Jaan stood first in ‘Pyramid Game’ and Saksham Sharma and Saksham Koul won the first prize in ‘Three-legged Race’. In a tough competition for Class IV, Imran Ahmad won the first prize in ‘Hurdle Race’ while Sneha Suri stood first in ‘Skipping Race’. In Class V, Kirti Bhat bagged first prize in ‘Discus Throw’ and Lavitra Koul stood first in ‘200m Run’. In the nail-biting relay race, Tagore House won the first prize while Gandhi House and Nehru House stood second and third respectively.
Purnima Raina and Shallu Sharma coordinated the overall conduct of the Annual Sports Day.