Manav Rachna International School, Ludhiana added another feather to its cap with the ‘Inauguration of the Golf Simulator’ in the school campus today. Mr. Harbans Singh, Incharge- Sports Authority of India presided over as the Chief Guest, and S. Ravinder Singh, District Sports Officer as the Guest of Honour. Other eminent dignitaries included Mr. Teja Singh Dhaliwal, General Secretary- Basketball Association, Ludhiana; Mr. Anupam Kumaria, Secretary- District Badminton Association; Mr. Madan Mohan, Mr. Sukhvinder Singh Thind, S. Jaswant Singh Chappa, Mr. John Douglas Volz , Mr. Gurjeet Singh, Mr. Harpreet Singh & Mr. Sanjeev Kumar. All the dignitaries were given a warm and a hearty welcome by MR. Gaurav Rai, Executive Director of the school; Dr Roopali Trehan, Director; Dr. Rajinder Trehan and Principal Dr. Rupali Saini.
Mr. Harbans Singh, Incharge Sports Authority of India (SAI) inaugurated the Golf Simulator. He also went on a school tour and was overwhelmed to witness the world class infrastructure. He also appreciated the state-of-the-art sports facility that offers Shooting, Squash, Billiards, Badminton (with synthetic court), Table tennis (with a robot), Chess, Carom, Cricket (with an automated bowling machine), Skating, Basketball, indoor and outdoor play station with a Splash pool.
He remarked, “MRIS, Ludhiana is truly international in all respects; it’s not only class in its curriculum and philosophy but also in terms of world class facilities for its students. He applauded for the School Management and the Principal for giving the best to the students leading them towards a better future.”
Speaking on the occasion, the school Principal Dr. Rupali Saini thanked the guest of the day for culling out time from their busy schedule to grace the occasion. She emphasized on learning by doing in excellence centers. She said that the school leaves no stone unturned to create opportunities wherein the children can think, reflect and develop their emotional as well as their physical quotient, a pre-requisite to success in present milieu.