Students proved their mettle at Punjab Kesari Chess Championship

“To be a champion, we must see the larger picture. Sometimes, it has nothing to do with winning or losing. It is actually more about hard work and confronting challenges,”

Manav Rachna lays emphasis on over all development of the child with an objective to motivate the students to strive for in depth understanding in whatever they do. At Manav Rachna International School, Ludhiana, champions are not the ones who always win, but the ones who just get out there and try. We believe we are champions already because we are all very devoted.

The students of the school participated in Punjab Kesari Chess Championship held at BCM Arya Model Sen. Sec. School Ludhiana on 30th of May, 2018. We are proud to share that Aarav Kalra of Grade-III bagged the Overall winner Championship Trophy, Viaan Balkar Singh of Grade I-A received the youngest Chess player Trophy and Meenal Jain of Grade I-A bagged the second position in the Chess Competition.

The School Principal, Dr. Rupali Saini congratulated the entire team and said this achievement was certainly a moment of glory for the school. She said thatpractices not only train the strength, skill and endurance of the students but also prepare them for handling stress and pressure. She added that we hope to bring the best out of our children and prepare them for global competitions.

2018-06-02T16:42:16+00:00June 1st, 2018|Achievements & Awards : MRIS Ludhiana|