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Achievements & Accolades


2020-21

India Book Of Records

S H Sree Akhila is an enthusiastic learner. She is an independent child and her speaking skills are impressive, it’s a delight to watch her speak confidently in front of the class. Akhila is thoughtful and expresses herself well. Her creativity and determination are commendable.

Akhila a student of KG-1, was finalized for the Appreciation title under India Book of Records 2020. She has won this appreciation for recalling:

1.     The names of the first 50 periodic tables with their symbols.

2.     Name of 20 common amino acids by their three-letter codes.

3.     Identifying 32 body parts, 26 internal parts of the body with their functions.

4.     11 parts of their respiratory system.

5.     16 parts of the digestive system.

6.     14 parts of the animal cell and their functions.

We congratulate her on accomplishing this great success and have made us proud of this impressive achievement. We wish her the very best for her future endeavors.

Skill Tree - Map Quiz

We congratulate Avyukt Balaji of 'KG 2C' for winning the "2nd prize" in the "Map Quiz - Online contest". The competition was conducted for Primary category Level by Skill Tree an Educational Organization in view of "National Unity Day" to honor our "Iron Man of India". The contestants were to identify visually the highlighted state's name and its capital from our India Map in the least time duration.

Also, he was awarded for his "Outstanding Performance" in the "Online River Race competition", where he recited 30 Indian River names in just 19 seconds.

DPSMUN - 2020

Aarit Kundu studies in class 7. an unassuming student, he never fails to surprise us with his multifaceted talent. Whatever Aarit does, it is accomplished with utmost dedication and focus. Not only is he good in academics, Aarit is adept at creating magic wonders in Art/Craft too.

DPSMUN-2020 was conducted in the month of July. National Public School, Kalkere had sent a delegation of nine members to participate in the Interschool debate competition. Aarit was adjudged and acknowledged as the 'Special Speaker'!

May his talent blossom in many splendid petals and bring more laurels to the school.