Humanity Public School brings laurels to School

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, May 19
The students of Humanity Public School Bassi Kalan, Bari Brahmana brought laurels to the school by winning the final match under-17 Kabaddi match against Star School of Intellectuals by 9 points at the recently concluded Inter school tournaments of zone purmandal.
While addressing the Students, Principal of the school said that the school management is leaving no stone unturned to promote physical education in the school for providing platform to the students to take part in different sports activities at District, State & National Levels.
This tournament was held at the grounds of Government Higher Secondary School, Smailpur, Bari Brahmana.
The team comprising Mohan Singh (Captain), Gurbaksh, Aman Kumar, Aman Choudhary, Arun, Pushpinder, Mohin, Bhanu, Mehboob and Surjeet of H.P.S participated in under – 17yrs (Boys – Kabaddi). The team of HPS defeated Star School of Intellectuals, Meen Sarkar to clinch the title.
The students of the school who participated in this tournament were received in the school premises by Gaurav Charak (Principal), Anku Charak (Vice Principal), Mahan Singh (Coach), Harish Nagyal (Coach) and Arunpreet Singh (PTI) along with the staff members.

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