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Online Competitions To Keep Young Minds Engaged During Pandemic

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Kolkata: With the ongoing pandemic, all of us have been exposed to various adversities which have pulled a plug on our activities. More specifically, young minds are going through a lot of trials and tribulations. So, in an effort to free them of the burden and break the monotony of their daily routine, Techno India Group Public School under the mentorship of Manoshi Roychowdhury thought of engaging the young minds with new ideas and challenges.

Each school under Techno India has taken the initiative to host various online competitions and events in the past few months. Keeping the festive spirits alive, the schools also celebrated virtual Durga Utsav on October 8.

They engaged in dance, music, painting and recitation competitions. TIGPS Garia, TIGPS Mankundu, Techno India Sima Devi Public School, Guptipara, TIGPS Burdwan, TIGPS Balurghat, TIGPS Ariadaha and TIGPS Konnagar, have always been a lighthouse helping students to proceed in the right direction.

 

 

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