Menstrual hygiene awareness at The Tribune School : The Tribune India


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A session was organized by the counseling department of The Tribune School. The girl students of classes VII, VIII, IX and X were included in the session. Dr. Muskaan Kaur, MBBS, MS-OBGY, raised awareness about menstrual hygiene, POCSO law and sexual abuse. Students asked questions and discussed the changes that occur in adolescents. Students’ thoughts were clarified regarding the relationship between mental health and menstruation. Dr. Muskaan engaged the students and left a deep impact on their personalities.

Ophthalmological and dental control camp

Gurukul Global School, Chandigarh, in association with Simply Health Plus, organized an eye and dental check-up camp for students from kindergarten to class V. After the check, the complete data of the students was filled in health cards , which are kept by the school doctor each year. Health diaries are regularly shared with parents during the PTM to keep them up to date.

Organized educational trip

AKSIPS 65 Smart School, Mohali, organized an educational trip to Jungle Land Adventure for students from class VI to XII. A series of adventurous activities such as zip-lining, hiking, shooting, mountaineering, dancing and music took place. The day was an exciting and memorable experience for the students.

Visit of the city of sciences

Amravati Vidyalaya, Panchkula organized a trip to Pushpa Gujral Science City for students in grades VI-VIII to sensitize them to several phenomena related to science through fun and entertainment. Students explored and discovered the wonders of science and technology through the Space and Aeronautical Theater, Math Gallery, Earthquake Simulator, Energy Park and Digital Planetarium.

Street game contest

Guru Nanak Foundation Public School, Sector 92, Mohali, held an inter-house street game competition on ‘Eco-Friendly Diwali’. Students from classes IX and X participated in the activity. The students entered the contest with full vigor and pledged to uphold their moral and ethical responsibility to not burst crackers and contribute to a healthy and progressive future for all.

Poster competition

Akshara, Tanvi, and Palak won the top three places respectively in a poster-making contest organized by the NSS wing of Shishu Niketan School, Sector 22. NSS volunteers held an anti-cracker rally in neighboring residential and market areas. The volunteers urged everyone to observe Diwali without crackers.

Diwali with the inmates of the nursing home

Students from Manav Mangal Smart World, Zirakpur visited Sector 15 Retirement Home, Chandigarh to celebrate Diwali. Students from class 5 of the school distributed sweets, blankets and gifts to residents of the retirement home. Students and old people also made rangolis, sang Diwali prayers and songs. The students also wished Diwali greetings to the inmates.

Candy for army jawans

The Interact Club of Bhavan Vidyalaya has partnered with the Rotary Club of Chandigarh to salute the spirit of the BSF jawans this Diwali. Students and teachers from three school branches – Sector 27, Sector 33 and New Chandigarh – raised money for this cause. Punjab Governor and UT Administrator Banwarilal Purohit reported a convoy of army trucks carrying Punjab sweets Raj Bhavan in the presence of District Governor Vice President Kalta.



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