Sports Timeline  


SESSION 2022-23

Date wise Record of Daily Activities – Session 2022-23



Name of Event

Organizer / Venue


Name of the Participant & Class / Team

Achievements /
Prize (if any)

Description / Remarks


Little Champs ‘N’ Moms Run 2022

Organized by Chandigarh Distance Runners



Riyan Choudhary

Certificate of Appreciation

Certificate of Appreciation

They participated in Little Champs ‘N’ Moms Run 1-3-5 Km run with CRD 2nd Edition held on 27th March 2022.


Science Olympiad (Online)

DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi

National level

Manvi Goel, IX

Certificate of Appreciation (83.33%)

Certificate of Appreciation awarded to Miss Manvi Goel of KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh of Class IX for Securing 83.33% in Science Olympiad held in March 2022.


Maths Olympiad (Online)

DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi

National level

Manvi Goel, IX

Certificate of Appreciation (81.67%)

Certificate of Appreciation awarded to Miss Manvi Goel of KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh of Class IX for Securing 83.33% in Maths Olympiad held in March 2022.







With the slogan ‘Pariksha Ki Baat, PM Ke Saath’, the Fifth Edition of ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ was organized at Talkatora Indoor stadium in New Delhi on 1st April 2022. In all, 603 learners from Class IX to XII watched the live session in their respective classrooms on Interactive Boards along with the teachers, whereas more than 50 teachers directly watched the live session in the Multi-purpose Hall.


Today is a moment of immense pride for KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School as its three perspicacious learners, Vanshita Gupta (Class XII A), Varun Pant (Class X A) & Yashvee (Class IX D) were selected to attend the live streaming of this wonderful session ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’ with the Honourable Governor at Guru Nanak Hall, Punjab Raj Bhawan.


The Session started when the young learners raised their queries about how to reduce examination stress, how to gain confidence, how to be focused and avoid distractions, how National Education Policy will develop competency skills in students, should they study for their sake or for the sake of their parents, what are stress busters, – to name a few.


Hon’ble Prime Minister felt obliged as children asked, “Which mode of learning should be preferred, Online or Offline?” Answering the question, he explained to the students that the Online Mode of learning is to gather the information whereas Offline Mode of learning is to understand the information gathered. He motivated children to discipline themselves and make a balance between Online & Offline modes of Learning.


His sincere advice to the parents & the teachers was not to impose their desires on the students. He conveyed that every individual has latent energy which lies unidentified and suggested them to recognize it & acknowledge it.


He concluded the seminar at a positive note for the students advising them to ‘Be your own anchor, invite challenges and delve on your strengths’.


In nutshell, it was a fruitful Interactive session enjoyed by the students and the teachers.


KB DAV-7 Celebrates World Health Day





The maxim ‘Health is Happiness’ was reinforced on the Campus by the learners of Class XII as they celebrated World Health Day.


This year the theme of World Health Day is ‘Our Planet, Our Health’ with a focus on the overall well-being of our planet and the people living on it. To highlight the significance of physical and mental well-being for an individual, the students of Senior Secondary Block were involved in Meditation and Breathing Exercises. It was a unique experience to come together to promote actions that can improve our health through simple practices. They could experience oneness, serenity, and peace in the moments of meditation with the soothing music in the background. It emphasized on correct postures and insisted on physical activities such as yoga and meditation with a message– ‘No action today-No cure tomorrow’. The students were advised to stop for a moment and ask themselves what they can do to make health and wellness a reality for themselves.







The volunteers of KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7 -B, Chandigarh participated in a speech competition today on the campus, and shared their views on the "Importance of Yoga in Our Lives". The competition was held at B. S. Bahl Hall and the students of Class XII attended it with as many as 10 learners speaking out their views on Yogic Practices and Aasanas. The learners stressed that Yoga should be made a permanent feature of our life as it helps in curing certain ailments of our body. Khyati of XII B was adjudged the Best Speaker, whereas Noorakshi of XII B was adjudged the Second Best Speaker of the Day.







On the eve of Baisakhi, the young learners of Class1& 2 conducted a Special Morning Assembly. Baisakhi, the harvest festival of Punjab was celebrated with great fervour and enthusiasm in the premises of KB DAV -7 on 13th April 2022. The young learners came dressed in traditional Punjabi colorful outfits. The purpose was to make the students aware about the significance of the festival. The students recited the poems related to Baisakhi and also danced on foot-tapping Punjabi numbers. Principal Mrs. Pooja Prakash applauded the efforts of the young learners


Keeping up with the tradition of celebrating all the festivals, the tiny tots of Nursery class celebrated Baisakhi with full enthusiasm and zeal. They were dressed up in colourful Punjabi traditional attires. The teachers explained the importance of the festival by showcasing the Punjabi culture. The dhol and music brought vibrancy to the environment as they had lots of fun and enjoyed dancing with their teachers and friends. They relished Baisakhi special dishes-Ladoos and Halwa etc. They were also engaged in making Dhol craft by colouring and decorating it.


Painting Competition held on the occasion of Celebration of 158th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Hansraj Ji

Organized by Arya Yuva Samaj, Mahatma Hansraj Public School, Sector 6, Panchkula

Inter School

Bhavya Kainth



Abhiraj Verma

Kashvi Seth




2nd Position

2nd Position

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate



Speech Competition held on the occasion of Celebration of 158th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Hansraj Ji

Organized by Arya Yuva Samaj, Mahatma Hansraj Public School, Sector 6, Panchkula

Inter School

Sanjana Rana


Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate



Essay Writing Competition held on the occasion of Celebration of 158th Birth Anniversary of Mahatma Hansraj Ji

Organized by Arya Yuva Samaj, Mahatma Hansraj Public School, Sector 6, Panchkula

Inter School

Himank Solanki


Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate



“Environmento Fabio Quiz” on Environment marks the Earth Day Celebrations at KBDAV 7





“Let’s join hands-on Earth Day to make our Earth a better place to live in” with this thought, the morning at KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School reverberated with excitement and enthusiasm of the students who were all geared up to create awareness about Environment thus celebrating the eve of EARTH DAY on 21st April 2022. The first edition of the Inter-school quiz - “Environmento Fabio Quiz” on the theme of “Earth Day” for the learners of class IX, saw 16 Tri-city teams competing in.


The Quiz masters for the day were Ms. Sandeep Kathuria and Ms. Jaspreet Sandha.


Sixteen teams from leading schools of Tri-City participated in the quiz. The quiz provided a platform to the budding champs to quiz and enhanced their knowledge on Heritage and Environment.


The format of the quiz entailed a preliminary round followed by 07 Rounds like – ‘Around the Globe’, ‘Let’s Decode’, ‘Ride the Riddles’, ‘The Big Picture, ‘Recognize me’, ‘Jungle Bells’ and  ‘Rapid Fire’.


After the preliminary round, out of sixteen teams only six made a headway. These six teams were named as GLOBAL STEWARDS, EARTH ANGELS, ECO WARRIORS, CLIMATE PROTECTORS, NATURE NURTURERS and GREEN DEFENDERS.


Team Eco Warrior from DAV Senior Secondary School, Mohali bagged the first prize followed by Team Earth Angels from CL DAV, Panchkula clinching the second prize. Team Nature Nurtures from Bhavan Vidyalaya, Panchkula won the third prize wherein Team Green Defenders from Bhavan Vidyalaya, Chandigarh got the consolation prize.


The principal of the school Ms. Pooja Prakash applauded the winners and extolled the efforts put in by the learners and their respective educators. The Event was indeed an enriching experience for all. It was an ideal opportunity to instill the value of social responsibility amongst the students and the audience towards safeguarding Earth and its depleting environment.

21.04.2022 to 30.04.2022

1st India Skate Roller Games 2022

Organized by Roller Skating Federation of India at Dhelpur, Distt. Mohali (Punjab)

National level

Ritesh, IX-D

Dhandeep, IX-E

Daksh, X-B

Daman, X-B

Jujhar, X-D

Mayank, X-A

1 Gold Medal

1 Gold Medal

1 Gold Medal

1 Gold Medal

1 Gold Medal

1 Gold Medal








‘Love the Earth as you would love Yourself.’- says Ishveen of Class 7


The students of K.B DAV 7 Chandigarh celebrated 52nd Anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, 2022 with a medley of Educational and fun-filled activities, The Earth Day 2022 theme is INVEST IN OUR PLANET that focuses on accelerating solutions to combat our greatest threat---Climate Change.


Abhiraj of Class 6 the Green Ambassador, highlighted the achievements of Ridhima Pandey, an Indian environmental activist who advocates for action against climate change.


The day commenced with a Power Point Presentation on the Importance of the Earth Day and various activities to conserve and restore habitat were organized by students of class 3rd to 8th and 10th.


‘BE A DESIGNER’ An Activity empowered the young minds towards the conservation of wildlife.The students of classes III designed beautiful Face Masks, Envelopes and Paper bags with the theme of protecting Mother Earth.


With an aim to spread awareness amongst the young and old alike, a play was performed by the talented students of classes IV showing comparison of 1970s EARTH vs. 2020 EARTH. The play depicted the dire need to protect the Earth and proved to be an eye-opener for the audience.


Students of Classes V made “BIRD FEEDERS” from recycled products available at home like ice cream sticks, coconut shells and unused containers.


‘BE A REPORTER’ gave the students an opportunity to play the Role of Young Environment journalists who compiled interesting reports on various Environmental issues like adverse effects of rampant construction activities, occurrence of smog, traffic congestion etc. 


The students of class 6 presented short poems, slogans and held placards to sensitise others towards Earth.


Prina of Class 6 said ‘We can fight Climate change by Eating Low Carbon Foods-Reducing our FOOD PRINTS.


To inculcate good eating habits and impart awareness about nutritious food, an activity titled SPICE “N” SLICE was conducted for the students of class 7. Students actively participated in this activity and all the young learners exhibited their Culinary skills by preparing nutritious dishes.


To kindle the poetic flair amongst the learners, “Du Coeur Poetry Recitation competition” was organized for class VIII learners. The contest witnessed a neck-to-neck struggle of dexterous articulation amongst the participants. The students were encouraged to speak boldly and confidently.


Class X learners left no stone unturned to exhibit their oratory skills and their duty towards the mother Earth through “Extempore Competition- Eloquent Weavers” The participants eloquently expressed their views on the topics like – Ocean Acidification, Urban Sprawl, Genetic Engineering, Public Health Issues etc. They were judged on the criteria of content, fluency, voice modulation and body language. The students showed great fervor and poise in their respective presentation.


The motive of Earth Day Celebrations was to Inculcate students with Values of Conservation, Respecting Nature, being Mindful of Disposing the Waste, and Encouraging them to Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. 


All students took an Oath with their teachers and pledged to respect all living beings and keep their planet clean and green.


The events of the day rekindled emotive concerns amongst the youngsters to Save, Love and Respect “Mother Nature” with all their heart and soul.


Inter School Quiz Contest on Environment

Organized by Carmel Convent School, Sector 9, Chandigarh

Inter School

Shourya Singla, IX-D

Anshveer Singh, IX-C

Bhuvnesh, IX-B

2nd Prize

2nd Prize

2nd Prize








Every year “World Malaria Day” is commemorated on 25th April. To sensitize the learners about Malaria disease, World Malaria Day was observed on 25th April 2022 at KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School premises incorporating the theme “Harness Innovation to Reduce the Malaria Disease Burden and Save Lives”.


An Oath Taking Ceremony was conducted under the luminance of the School Principal Mrs. Pooja Prakash. The students from classes I to XII along with the staff members took the oath to spread the message in the society to not let the water stagnate in the houses and around the houses. The objective of the pledge was to aware all the learners about their duty toward society and also to focus on enhancing cleanliness practices to curb the breeding of mosquitoes.







The NSS volunteers at KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh welcomed May 1 as a special day to honour the Class IV employees at the School. Special cards were made by all 10+2 students who said they have a special regard for the Maids, Maalis, Gate Keepers, Bus Drivers, Conductors, Peons and Attendants.


No day at the School is complete without them. If the School looks spick and span, and if the little kids are well taken care of; if the learners are picked up and dropped well in time by the buses, it's all thanks to the Class IV employees- the most important group of workers at an institution.


Inter School Stem Quest

Organized by DAV Senior Public School, Surajpur

Inter School

Manvi Goel




4th Khelo India Archery Tournament Cadet

Organized by Archery Association of India at SAI, NCOE, Sonepat, Haryana


Rhythm, VII-B

2nd Prize








Slogans like "Alert today – Alive tomorrow" & "The best drivers are aware that they must beware" reverberated in the air on the campus of KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7 - B, Chandigarh today as the Awareness Unit of Chandigarh Traffic Police visited the School, this time to spread awareness regarding Road Safety rules to the bus drivers and the attendants. As many as 50 bus drivers and an equal number of lady attendants and conductors marked their presence in the lecture supervised by Ms. Inspector Parvesh from the Traffic Lines, Sector. 26, Chandigarh, and delivered in the B. S. Bahl Hall of the School.


Mr. Rajinder Singh, ASI and his assistant from the Traffic Police Team spoke effectively with the drivers and the assistants about various rules that we all must follow while driving on the roads, failure of which leads to serious accidents, sometimes even fatal. Mr. Rajinder supported his points with presentations through small videos, some of which showed such terrible accidents that caused the hair to stand on the end.


He spoke about the best quality helmets of BSI Standard to be worn on two-wheelers, and seat belts for the adults and child safety belts for the minors to be worn on all the seats of a four-wheeler, the failure of which leads to serious repercussions in case of an accident. He also showed three types of Road Signs - 1. Mandatory 2. Cautionary 3. Informative. He talked of Road Markings which show permission granted or refused for overtaking a vehicle. He spoke of speed limits and other precautionary rules, the failure of which invites hefty fines now.


Mr. Rajinder concluded the discussion by having the drivers and the attendants take a pledge to be always careful while driving the bus, and take care of the innocent children who are their greatest responsibility.

21.05.2022 to 25.05.2022

Chandigarh Football League 2022

Organized by Bhaichung Bhutia Football School at Manimajra, Chandigarh


Manan, V-B

1 Silver Medal



Inter School Poster Making Contest

Organized by Department of Environment, Chandigarh Administration, Eco Club of St. Joseph’s Senior Secondary School and Yuvsatta, NGO

Inter School


Best Entry Prize

Inter School Poster Making Contest to mark the World Biodiversity Day 22nd May. Her Art Work was adjudged ‘Among Top Five’.

23.05.2022 to 30.05.2022

12th Mini (U-14) National Archery Championship (NTPC Cherukuri Lenin-Volga Memorial)

Organized by Archery Association of India, Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh Archery Association, CHerukuri Volga Archery Academy, East Godavari District Archery Association, District Sports Authority of East Godavari supported by NTPC at Laurel High Global School, East Godavari, Andhra Pradesh


Rhythm, VII-B

1 Gold Medal in Ranking

1 Silver Medal in Mix Team

1 Bronze Medal in Elimination Round

Under-14 years category







KB DAV-7, Chandigarh witnesses its ‘Eighth Investiture Ceremony’ today investing in its students the responsibilities of Office Bearers for the session 2022-23.  It was a day dipped in a sense of pride, humility and leadership.  The newly appointed School Senate – Head Boy, Head Girl, the Captains, the Vice-Captains and the Prefects of the Four Houses namely Jasmine, Lotus, Rose and Tulip were decorated with the badges by Honourable Principal, Mrs. Pooja Prakash. School Senate Members were selected through Senate Elections where the nominated candidates campaigned, followed by casting of votes through Ballot Paper. The stakeholders expressed their vision and took an oath to uphold and respect the school values and ideology and become positive Role Models for their peers and juniors.  The worthy Principal expressed her faith in the newly elected Senate Members and advised them to remain grounded and sincere to the cause. She guided the young Torch Bearers of the school to represent and uphold the school values with a sense of pride & to encourage teamwork and lead by example.

On the occasion, the young learners from classes VIII to XII, who have been selected as the Club Members were also honoured with the badges.

28.05.2022 & 29.05.2022

National Level Camp of Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan – India’s Largest Science Talent Search for New India Using Digital Devices (VVM) 2021-22

Organized by Vijnana Bharti (VIBHA) in association with Vigyan Prasar, Department of Science and Technology and NCERT, Ministry of Education, Govt. of India at Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Banaras Hindi University (BHU) Campus, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh

Zonal Level (North Zone)

Sagar Singh, VIII

3rd Rank


18.06.2022 to 20.06.2022

Yoga Olympiad 2022

Held at NCERT, New Delhi


Havirbhu, VIII-D

Aman Sharma, VIII-D

Tanya Sharma, IX-C

Arihan Goyal, IX-A


10 – 14 years Girls Category

10 – 14 years Boys Category

14 – 16 years Girls Category

14 – 16 years Boys Category







June 10, 2022 was a spectacular day in the life of the learners from KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7-B, Chandigarh as they got twin opportunities to learn how life can be made better and worth it.

The first event brought the NSS volunteers- Harshdeep Singh and Abhinav Kumar to Sukhna Lake early morning to be a part of CHANDIGARH UNGEARED, an event organised by Chandigarh Traffic Police in association with Leo Club Chandigarh Fortune. Nature, Health and Fitness were the motives of this event. The volunteers could participate in Cycling, Fun Run or Walking. The volunteers from the School chose to cycle and spread the message of non-motorised transportation in the city with further aim of reducing carbon footprint, thereby promoting Nature and fitness in the society.

The second event saw the participation of School students in a NATURE CAMP sponsored by the Department of Environment, Chandigarh Administration. The learners could either participate in an orientation session on rich flaura and fauna of Sukhna Wildlife Sanctuary, and hunt the biodiversity by identifying different birds and trees, or could sit and participate in Collage Making and Painting Competition on the theme of "Need for Saving Biodiversity and Nature". Eleven learners from the School from Class IX to Class XII, including the NSS volunteers, participated enthusiastically in all the three activities, and won accolades for their active participation.







June 21 every year brings a special day for India as Yoga is recognized and celebrated internationally as the International Yoga Day. Today was no different for the faculty of KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7-B, Chandigarh, who along with the young NSS volunteers, school parents and students of Classes Nursery - XII, showed great spryness with which they prepared themselves to perform Yoga early morning and celebrate the 8th International Yoga Day. The staff members and volunteers thronged the School campus to follow the instructions of Yoga instructor, Mr. Anurag Arora, who like every year, guided the enthusiasts through the protocol.


The chanting of Gayatri Mantra filled the campus with a holy sound, which was followed by different asanas. The importance of each asana was elucidated by Mr. Anurag, the Yoga Trainer. Along with imparting knowledge about the importance of each asana, he reminded the audience that “Yoga is the journey of the self, through the self, and to the self”. He reiterated that asanas can help one in losing weight, getting rid of period cramps, diseases like hypertension, and thyroid, and improving the health of the heart and digestion. Mr. Anurag specially reminded us of the time when Corona had spread all over. He said those who performed Yoga aasanas recovered sooner, and are living a healthy life. Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. Blood circulation improves, body gains flexibility, and spirit rejuvenates and feels fresh.


Around 50 teachers and 50 NSS volunteers performed Yoga in the School, whereas 100 students joined the Yoga performance through a Google link. The rest of the students watched the streaming of Yoga on the YouTube Link. In all, around 2000 students of the School, along with their parents and siblings actively participated. The audience both online and at School led by the Principal, Mrs. Pooja Prakash, matched the moves with the asanas performed by Anurag Sir. From Sukhasana or Easy Pose to Vakrasana or Twisted Pose, the practice moved on to difficult asanas like Dhanurasana or Bow Pose and Halasana or Plough Pose. Other asanas included Tadasana (also called Samasthiti) or mountain pose which improves the alignment of our body, Dandasana or staff pose that tones the abdominal organs, the spinal, leg and chest muscles, Sarvangasana that helps in the proper functioning of the thyroid and parathyroid glands, and, finally Savasana or corpse pose that helps reduce stress & insomnia. The excitement of the volunteers on the campus & the students online was notable as they geared up to celebrate the International Day of Yoga.


The School will be conducting a yoga session for its staff and students, twice a week, in a bid to reduce stress and improve the general health of the participants.


International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

Narcotic Control Bureau, Ministry of Home Affairs



Prapti Jain


Navinesh Kumar

Harmanjeet Singh


Arvita Kaur

Beenu Malhotra

Sachin Lohan

Renu Sharma

Pledge taking Certificate

The Teachers and learners from Class 8 to 12 participated in the same. They took the pledge against drug abuse.


They had taken the ‘Say Yes to Life, No to Drugs’ Pledge and committed to consciously cooperate in stopping drug abuse and stay away from drugs to live a healthy life.


Details received on 01.08.2022

27.06.2022 to 30.06.2022

Capacity Building Programme for Teachers 2022-23

Chandigarh Cluster




The teachers from Class Pre Nursery to Class X attended the Workshops for Primary, Middle and Secondary School. The Master Trainers from the School Namely:

1. Ms. Jasleen Kaur

2. Ms. Sandeep Kathuria

3. Mr. Sandeep Kumar

4. Ms. Shruti Kukreja

5. Ms.Bharti Khullar

6. Ms. Simraleen  Bindra

7. Ms. Kavita Sharma

8. Ms. Beenu Malhotra

9. Mr. Sahib Singh

10. Mr. Rimple Swami Conducted the workshop as per the Schedule:


Details received on 01.08.2022



12th Chandigarh State Wushu Boxing Championship (Boys & Girls) 2022-23

Organized by Wushu Association of Chandigarh at Sports Complex, Chandigarh


Sakshi, IV-A

1 Gold Medal



Pledge against the Single Use Plastic





I Citizen of India, pledge to reduce usage of the plastic to prevent environmental degradation, to educate my peer and neighbors, my family and every individual in the community about the consequences of plastic waste in the local environment.

I Pledge to stop usage of all the single use plastic bottles, plastic bags and all such plastic products which are harmful to living and non-living beings. 

I pledge to adopt and promote usage of the steel or glass bottles, cloth bags and other eco friendly products.

 I pledge to make my city a more environmental friendly for the generations to come.

Let me take a pledge not to suffocate the Mother Nature and make this city more beautiful. Let me chose to refuse Single Use Plastic.


Details received on 01.08.2022


Roots Aita CS7 National Ranking Championship (Lawn Tennis)

Organized by Roots Tennis Academy, Zirakpur


Gaurish Madaan, VII-A

Runners-up Trophy

Boys Under-16 Doubles







Van Mahotsav Week is celebrated in the month of July in India to encourage people to plant more and more trees as they are being cut down on a large scale for Industrialization and Urbanization. Understanding the gravity of the declining health of the planet & realizing that trees contribute to the production of food resources, maintain ecological balance, improve air quality, help in climate amelioration, conserve water, preserve soil, support wildlife, reduce drought and prevent soil erosion and pollution, the NSS Unit of KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7 - B, Chandigarh planted saplings in the herbal garden and other spots of the School campus. The volunteers, enthusiastic as they always are, pledged to make the planet greener and healthier with their bit of contribution towards it from time to time.







On 9th July, 2022, the Senior Wing of KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7-B, Chandigarh held a rally to different rooms from Classes IX to XII to spread the message of tree plantation and Environment Conservation. The students from Classes XI and XII, including the NSS volunteers, took this initiative to promote the idea of planting more and more trees around us, so that the world does not have to repent one day at the loss of the green cover. The volunteers sang songs in praise of Mother Nature and took a pledge to conserve the environment. The knowledge regarding why trees should be planted and afforestation be encouraged was disseminated. The event was successful as the learners from different classes vowed to save trees and thereby the green planet.







NSS Unit of KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh had a field day today as 30 of them went to the Industrial Area, Chandigarh to be a part of a big programme of plating thousands of saplings there in presence of His Highness Sh. Banwarilal Purohit, Governor, Punjab, and, Administrator, U. T. Chandigarh. Vanshika Bhardwaj, XII B, and Avneet Kaur, XII D, got felicitated by the Governor for their dedicated efforts towards saving the environment by planting saplings. The School is proud of its achievers!

13.07.2022 & 14.07.2022

Trails for International Tournament of Kayaking and Canoeing



Krish Pandir, X-B


Selected for International Tournament of Kayaking and Canoeing. Trials were done by Indian Kayaking and Canoeing Federation held at Udaipur.

(Details received on 25.07.2022)







A declamation competition was held at KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh among the students of Senior Secondary classes on the topics : "Burgeoning Population- A Cause Of Concern" and "Malala's Concern For Right To Education For Girls". A lot of students from Classes XI and XII participated in the competition and presented their views. Roopashi of XI C was adjudged as the best speaker of the day, whereas Udit Soni of XI A was declared the second best speaker. Shiven Sharma of XI A was appreciated for his views, and adjudged as the 3rd best speaker.


Press Release - ‘जल-संरक्षण’ सप्ताह





के.बी.डी.ए.वी. के प्रांगण में ‘जल-संरक्षण’ सप्ताह मनाया जा रहा है। जिसके अन्तर्गत प्रथम दिन ‘तोयदागम स्वरागिनी’ हिन्दी गतिविधि का आयोजन किया गया जिसमें कक्षा आठवीं के विद्यार्थियों ने ‘पर्वत प्रदेश में पावस ऋतु’ शीर्षक पर स्वरचित कविता लेखन में अत्यन्त उत्साहपूर्वक भाग लिया। विद्यार्थियों ने अत्यधिक सुन्दर, रंगीन और आकर्षक रंगों में सचित्र कविताएँ लिखी और दर्शाया कि हम वर्षा के पानी को किस प्रकार से संरक्षित कर सकते हैं।







Keeping the theme of the WATER WEEK CELEBRATION 2022 “MAKING THE INVISIBLE VISIBLE” intact, various competitions were conducted for the students of Classes VIII and IX in KB DAV Senior Secondary School, Sector-7, Chandigarh. Not only the KB Davians but the enthusiastic students of GMSSS, Sector-8 showcased their incredible talent and presented their contributions in celebrating ‘Water Week’.


The objective of the competitions was to make the students aware about the ‘Significance of Water’ as a precious resource and showcasing their spontaneous thinking but also in asserting their creative ideas with precision. Spreading awareness is the best way to communicate well with the community worldwide.


‘Art-e-lleria- Poster making competition’ saw a participation of 57 students from the host school and GMSSS, Sector 8, Chandigarh. This competition was organized exclusively for Class VIII students. The topics were ‘Groundwater-Making the Invisible Visible’, ‘Water and Climate Change-Accelerating Action’, ‘Traditional Water Conservation Techniques still in use.’ The participants enthusiastically presented their views on the theme ‘Save Water’ on their creatively created posters.


‘Conservation Natural- Best out of Waste’ competition was organized for Classes VIII and IX in which 50 students participated. The theme for the competition was ‘Let’s save the Nature Together’. For Class VIII the topic was ‘Bird Nest’ and for class IX the topic was ‘Double Armour Water Pot’. They were judged on the criteria of creativity, originality, artistic skills and imaginative skills.


The students showed great fervor and enthusiasm.


Inter School Poster Making Contest on  the theme Forest Festival-Van Mahotsava 2022

Organized by Department of Forests & Wildlife, Chandigarh Administration, St. Joseph’s Senior Secondary School & Yuvsatta (Youth for Peace) NGO

Inter School




Merit Certificate

Merit Certificate

They received Merit Certificate for their active participation at an Inter School Poster Making Contest to mark the occasion of ‘Forest Festival-Van Mahotsav 2022’ on July 21, 2022 at St. Joseph’s Senior Secondary School, Chandigarh.


Details received on 01.08.2022


Class X CBSE Board Examination 2022





Nahar Rohilla of KBDAV-7, Chandigarh tops in Tri-city with 99.80% marks in CBSE Class X Board Examination 2022.


The QPI of School in CBSE Class X Board Examination 2022 is 83.50.


A total of 87 learners have scored above 90%. 45 learners have scored above 95%. I am grateful to everyone for their support and direction.


Result at a glance

100% Result

Total No. of students appeared - 223

Above 95% - 41 Students

Above 90% - 87 Students

Above 85% - 123 Students

Above 80% - 149 Students

Above 75% - 172 Students

No. of First Divisions - 211


Class XII CBSE Board Examination 2022





The school has 100% result in Class XII, with QPI of 86.59 (Non-Medical/Medical) and 88.03 in Commerce.


Suhani has topped the School with 99.00% (Commerce stream) and Akshit Joshi has topped the Non-Medical Stream with 97.60%.


A total of 45 learners have scored above 90% (Commerce and Medical/Non-Medical Streams).


Result at a Glance (Commerce Stream)

100% Result

Total No. of students appeared - 53

No. of First Divisions - 53

Above 95% - 11 Students

Above 90% - 24 Students

Above 85% - 39 Students

Above 80% - 44 Students

Above 75% - 50 Students


Result at a Glance (Non-Medical/Medical Stream)

100% Result

Total No. of students appeared - 57

No. of First Divisions - 56

Above 95% - 07 Students

Above 90% - 21 Students

Above 85% - 37 Students

Above 80% - 49 Students

Above 75% - 51 Students







“Graduation is a time of completion, of finishing, of an ending, however, it is also a time of celebration of achievement and a beginning for the new graduates.”


KB DAV-7 celebrates its Customary Recognition Day amid great enthusiasm, vibrancy and elation to felicitate school students’ excellence in academic rigour as well as co-curricular activities.


Shri H.R. Gandhar, Advisor to the President, DAV CMC, New Delhi was the illustrious and Hon’ble Chief Guest of the ceremony. The show was graced by Mr. Ravinder Talwar, Secretary, DAV CMC. The dignitaries present from D.A.V fraternity were Mrs. Madhu Bahl, Former Regional Director, DAV Public Schools, Panchkula Zone & Founder Principal of KB DAV-7, Mr. R. C. Jeewan, Founder Principal, DAV-10,  Dr. B.C. Josan, Manager of  the School; Dr. Paramjit Singh, Former Registrar, P.U. ;  Dr. Mrs. Nisha Bhargava, Principal, MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, Chandigarh and Ms Suman Mahajan, Registrar and Dean  (Examination), MCM DAV College for Women, Chandigarh and DAV Tri-city Principals and parents.


The ceremony commenced with Lamp Lighting by the hon’ble Chief Guest. The Principal of the School, Mrs. Pooja Prakash welcomed the Chief Guest, Secretary, DAVCMC, Shri Ravinder Talwar, Mrs. Madhu Bahl, Manager, Schools, along with the galaxy of guests who adorned the function with their graceful presence. In her welcome speech, Mrs. Prakash thanked the parents of the learners for gracing the occasion. She applauded the efforts of the School and the staff for putting up a brilliant performance in CBSE Class X and XII results declared on 22 July 23, 2022. Nahar Rohilla is the Class X tri-city topper with a shining 99.8% score, an unprecedented feat, said the Principal. Mrs. Prakash read out the result to the audience amid a thundering applause. She appreciated the grit and determination of the learners, and an outstanding support of their parents throughout the year.


The gala event was attended by parents who were as excited as the learners themselves when they saw their little ones dressed up in convocation gowns receiving certificates on the stage. Academic and Co-curricular Awards were given away to the meritorious and exceptional students across the classes Pre-primary to Class 11. 17 learners of the School, who have made a distinct mark in academics were awarded Trophies and Certificates. 90 students from Pre-Primary to Class XI received books as tokens. The School has taken the initiative to encourage reading amongst the learners.


The program continued with a vibrant ‘Classical Kathak Dance performance showcasing our country’s cultural glory, captivating the audience and leaving them mesmerized.


The ceremony was filled with a buzz of energy built by the scintillating performances by the young learners. The surroundings tuned up to the vibes of ‘Khushiyon Ki Udaan’, an enthralling and captivating Dance Performance presented by the budding artists of Class Nursery followed by a Thought Provoking Skit based on the theme ‘Never Give Up’.


A spectacular show was put up by the young performers who tapped their feet and synchronized with the beats sensitizing the audience towards the need and concern for ‘Save Earth’ and ‘Save Soil’. A high – octane dose of entertainment was witnessed through a Dance Performance ‘Bust the Stress with Zumba’ which was further extended to the traditional dance of Punjab celebrating life - 'The Exhilarating Bhangra'.


Seeing the spirited performances by nearly 350 students, the Guest of Honour, Mr. Ravinder Talwar congratulated and blessed all the little ones. Mr. Ravinder Talwar, Secretary, DAV CMC, the Chief Guest of the day, was all praises for the toppers of the School. He said that it was his privilege to have given out the prizes to the outstanding learners. He said these learners are the future of the nation, and KB DAV School deserves all the appreciation. Mr. Talwar wished the School Principal, Staff and its students a bright future ahead. 


Master Nahar Rohilla, a student of the School, stood first in the Tri-City in Class X CBSE Board Examination 2022, was awarded a cash prize of Rs. 11,000/-.  Ms. Riya Solanki of Class X scored 99.20% marks and was awarded a cash prize of Rs.5,100/-. Ms. Suhani of Class XII (Commerce Stream), who scored 99.00% marks was also awarded a cash prize of Rs. 5,100/-.


The winners received their awards to vigorous applause that reverberated across the auditorium for many moments! Overall, the celebrations concluded on a happy note encouraging the students to establish further milestones in the journey of success.

26.07.2022 to 29.07.2022

RSFI Federation Cup 2022 (Roller & Inline Hockey)

Roller Skating Federation of India in association with Rajasthan Roller Skating Association & Jodhpur Roller Skating Association at Gaushala Stadium, Near Ummed Club Circle, Jodhpur.

National level

Jujhar Singh, X-D

Angadbir Singh, XII-D

1 Bronze Medal

1 Bronze Medal

Roller Hockey

Roller Hockey

Details received on 01.08.2022

28.07.2022 to 29.07.2022

Inter School State Level Gymnastic Rhythmic Tournament 2022-23

Organized by Education Department, UT Chandigarh at Gymnastic Hall, Sports Complex, Sector 7, Chandigarh

State Level

Deep, VII-C


Noor, VII-C

Aadya, VI-B

1 Gold Medal

3 Bronze Medal

1 Bronze Medal

1 Bronze Medal

Under-14 years girls category


Details received on 02.08.2022







KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh strongly believes that all children have an instinct for creativity. Along with teaching, the school is committed to unleash the creative potential in all its learners so that they can be Makers, Designers, Artists, and Inventors. To enhance the creative skills through a blend of technology, the Cyber Congress Club of school laid out an array of activities for Tricity Schools and all the DAV Schools for the students of Classes VIII-XII from July 2022 – July 2022. The competition saw creativity exuberating in every piece of art. It was a wonderful opportunity for the students to think out of the box. The competition not only served its sole purpose but spread awareness on various issues, viz, ‘Fight Against Drugs’, ‘Live Healthy’, ‘Organic Farming’, ‘Religious Conflicts’ and ‘Prevention against addiction to Online Gaming’.


A spate of Competitions as ‘La Vita e Bella’-Photobook Design Competition, ‘Dive into Animation’, ‘My Caricature Star’, ‘Meme-o-Mania’, ‘Rapware’, ‘Cineaste’, ‘PPT Contest’ and ‘Code-E-Thon’  were conducted. This array of activities provided students a flexible framework to blend artistic excellence with technology in this social media driven era.


All Competitions were assessed based on rubrics relevant to the Competition like Theme, Creativity, Artistic skills and Designing Skills. ‘Designathon’ witnessed the participation of 415 participants from Tricity Schools and sister institutions from Ludhiana and Jind. The Jury comprised of Lecturers from MCM DAV College for Women, Sector 36, Chandigarh - a premier institution. Sh. Sandeep Joshi, Senior Cartoonist, The Tribune was also the Chief Guest and part of esteemed panel of Jury. Winners received Trophies and Certificates.

Name of Participant / Class

Name of School



Pranav Kaushik / X

Kali Ram DAV Public School, Safidon, Jind



Aparna Chaurasia / VIII

Hans Raj Public School, Panchkula

Dive into Animation


Atharav Singh Naruka / VIII

Stepping Stones Sr. Secondary School, Chandigarh

#My Caricature Star


Aditi / X

Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School Chandigarh



Gurkirat Singh Chandok / IX

DAV Senior Public School, Surajpur



Khushi Garg / XII

Ojaswani / XII

Khanak Sethi / XII

Mehakprit / XII

Sacred Heart Senior Secondary School Chandigarh



Yukhti Raina / X

DAV Public School, Vasantkunj, Delhi

PPT Presentation


Raghav / XII

Rithik Sahno / XII

PML SD Public School, Chandigarh










The week-long Water Week Celebration from 19th July to 30th July 2022 ended on a vibrant note. A Special Assembly was held on the occasion which was graced by the participants from partner school, Govt. Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 8, Chandigarh. The School played host to a spate of competitions, which encouraged creativity and innovation.

The various competitions for classes VIII and IX were ‘Toyedagum Sawaragini- Hindi Poetry Writing Competition’, ‘Conservation Natural-Best out of Waste’, ‘Art-E-ILERIA-Poster Making Competition', ‘and Toygator-Water Toy making Competition ’, ‘Crackerjack Exhibitor- Playing with Experiments’.

Students of Class VIII put on their Scientist’s Hat and demonstrated the need to save water through a simple experiment throwing light on the utilization of fresh water by following easy methods and improving upon our habit to waste.  An ‘English Skit – LA-MER-KORUMA’ and a stand-up comedy left the audience mesmerized making them understand the importance of saving the precious resource.

Nukkad Natak- Aaj Ki Baat- Paani ke Sath’ by the students of Class IX  stole the show as elaborate scenes with comic timing brought cheers from the audience. The participants extolled the audience to pause and reflect on the dwindling resource and act fast to save it. The act was an eye opener. In a melodious parody, they were made aware about the water shed   and rain harvesting techniques. Students of class VIII gave a sterling dance performance.

The winners were awarded with Certificates by the Principal, Ms. Pooja Prakash who appreciated the efforts.



Student’s Name





Himank Solanki


Hindi Poetry



Navya Malik


Best out of Waste



Aditi Sagar


Best out of Waste



Abhinav Verma


Art-E-lleria-Poster Making Competition



Shashank Chaudhary


TOYGATOR-Water Toy making Competition



Ridhi Aggrohia


Crackerjack Exhibitor





Crackerjack Exhibitor



26.07.2022 to 01.08.2022

Inter School State Level Basketball Tournament 2022-23

Organized by Education Department, UT Chandigarh at Guru Nanak Public School, Sector 36, Chandigarh

State Level

Sagar Rana, IX-E

Anmol Gupta, VIII-B

Abhijot Singh Sidhu, VIII-D

Avyukt Windlas, VIII-D

Aditya Kashyap, VIII-B

Dhruv Chugh, VIII-A

Vansh Hooda, VII-C

Arnav Kapoor, VII-C

Abhijot Singh, VII-B

Atharv Kandwal, VII-A

Gaurav Yadav, VI-A

Vaibhav Sharma, VIII-D

2nd Position – Silver Medal

Under-14 years boys category

32 Teams were participated in the tournament.


Details received on 02.08.2022

01.08.2022 to 05.08.2022

AITA/CLTA Juniors Tennis Circuit – Boys U-14 Championship Series (CS-7)

Organized by Chandigarh Lawn Tennis Association

State level

Gaurish Madaan, VII-A


Details received on 06.08.2022


Distribution of National Flags to all the learners of the School





To celebrate the theme “Har Ghar Tiranga” under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav being Celebrated for 75 Years of Independence on 5th August 2022

Subject: Har Ghar Tiranga Program

To Create awareness on National Flag  ‘Har Ghar Tiranga Program’ scheduled to be observed as a part of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’, to encourage citizens to hoist the National Flag of India in their homes.. All students, teachers, other staff members and parents were encouraged to hoist the National Flag at their respective homes.


List of selected students from Chandigarh in the first phase of 'Building AI Readiness among Young Innovators' program



Mannat Bhargava

Gaurav Kumar Mishra

Diay Susan Varghese

Harshvir Singh Bains

Nehal Bisht

Shivam Nautiyal


Nandika Sarin

Divyansh Bagdi

Vidhi Gupta

Harsh Vardhan

Poorva Yadav



This is to inform you that the following students of your school from Chandigarh are selected among top  200 students in the phase - 1 result of' Building AI Readiness among Young Innovator's program. These students will now move on to the next phase of the program & will be given training by Intel AI for Youth coaches.


Pledge Against Drug Abuse

Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan organizes Pledge Against Drug Abuse under the August Presence of Dr. Virendra Kumar, Hon’ble Union Minister of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India




Regarding pledge against Drugs and the formulation of VADA clubs in all educational institutions under Nasha Mukt Bharat Abhiyaan







KBDAV-7 NSS Volunteers participated in a Cycle Rally today to commemorate Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsava. 12 Volunteers from Class XI came to the School on their bicycles with a National Flag affixed on each cycle from where they proceeded to the venue. They were accompanied by Mr. Khushhal Singh, PTI Teacher of the school. The rally was flagged off from State Bank of India Building, Sector 17, Chandigarh to proceed to Tourist Information Building, Capitol Complex, Sector 1, Chandigarh. Before the volunteers proceeded from the venue, they were given NSS caps. The volunteers from different schools of the tri-city participated in the rally.







Saluting the nation and its freedom fighters on the occasion of India’s 75thIndependence Day, KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh celebrated ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ under the campaign ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ with grandeur, fervour, gaiety and enthusiasm. The institution strongly believes in empowering its students to be lifelong learners and productive members of an evolving society. The main attractions of the day were – ‘Disputandam-22’, ‘Dawat-e-Nutrition’, ‘Jhande Ki Kahani, Hamari Jubani’

With this aim, an Inter-Class Debate Competition named ‘DISPUTANDUM-2022’ was organised which aimed at providing a platform for the students of classes IX to XII to unleash their creativity and linguistic skills. Topics based on the Current affairs actually boosted up the participation where the students put their best foot forward to air their views. The topics for the debate were ‘Social Media is Detrimental to the Mental Health of Teenagers and Young Adults’, ‘Given the Deep Historical National Cooperation between India and Russia, India Should Support Russia in Russia-Ukraine War’, ‘The Higher Price of EV’s Compared to Similar ICE Vehicles is Worth It for Environmental Protection’ and ‘Money Spent on Space Exploration Can Be Better Used at Reducing Poverty on Earth.’ Twenty teams took part in the competition. The learners of classes XI and XII debated on the topics with zest and had their own stance on the motion. It was thought-provoking and insightful event followed by a group dance which made everyone tap their feet on.

Adding five stars to the event was a Talk Show presented by the learners of Class X ‘Tirange ki Kahani- Humari Zubaani’ which created an environment of patriotism. The participants enlightened the audience about Indian National Flag, relevance of tri-colour, material used for making flag, how to display the National Flag and what to do with a damaged or spoiled flag. The Talk Show was followed by the sonorous patriotic songs sung by the country loving KB Davian.

Physical Education Department and Commerce Department of KB DAV-7 joined hands to let the students of Class XII have an exposure to Experiential Learning and Business Traits. The students undertook an activity ‘Dawat-e-Nutrition’ under the celebration of ‘Poshan Maah’ highlighting the importance of Nutritious Food in our daily diet. With the message ‘To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art’, the students put up the stalls with the sumptuous delicacies – Pasta with Garlic Bread, Slider Sandwich, Protein Pops, Virgin Mojito, Waldrof Salad to name a few. The students of Classes IX and X visited the stalls and enjoyed the feast. It was a hand-on experience for the learners.

The highlights of ‘Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav’ for Classes I to VII, included patriotic songs, Role Play, Poem self composed, Tri-Colour Salad Making etc with the aim to inculcate patriotic spirit among young learners. It was really mesmerizing to see the little ones dressed as Bhagat Singh, Rani Laxmi Bai, Mahatma Gandhi and other Freedom Fighters. The students were urged to realise the Rich Cultural Heritage, cherish our freedom and work towards the upliftment of our Nation. The students and the teachers paid their Tribute to all the freedom fighters, who sacrificed their lives for their motherland.

It was a day of elation, a day for love and respect for the Nation, instilling in the students the value and reverence for the precious gift of freedom, by the great leaders of the Country.

Jai Hind!

13.08.2022 & 14.08.2022

Netball Championship 2022





Under 17 Boys won Gold Medal at State level

Under 14 Boys won Bronze Medal at State level


Details not received till date

13.08.2022 to 15.08.2022




Shreya Jain


Manvi Goel


Gurkirat Singh

Mohd. Amaan Ansari




5th Universal Taekwondo Championship

Organized by Universal Taekwondo Academy, Chandigarh at Northridge International School


Rudra Rana, 3rd

Aahana Rana, 5th

1 Gold Medal

1 Silver Medal

Details received on 20.08.2022


Hoisting of National flag on Independence Day at 9.00 am in School Premises












KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7-B, Chandigarh in collaboration with Municipal Corporation Chandigarh organised a Comprehensive Awareness Session on the theme "SWACHHTA KI PAATHSHALA- an Educational Programme on Solid Waste Management" today with a special guest from Municipal Corporation, Mrs. Anindita Mitra, IAS, Municipal Commissioner, with her team, visiting the School Campus. A warm welcome was accorded to the team from MC Chandigarh in a traditional style with students dressed up as Radha and Krishna. This was followed by felicitation of the Chief Guest, Mrs. Anindita Mitra, IAS, Commissioner, Municipal Coporation, Chandigarh and, Ms. Isha Kamboj, Joint Commissioner, MC, Chandigarh. The session then began with the learners from Class VI to Class XII in large numbers being in attendance to listen to the special team from MC, Chandigarh, headed by Mrs. Anindita Mitra, IAS, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh.


"Things of concern, but often overlooked by all and sundry, affect the cleanliness of our surroundings and ultimately our health", said Mrs. Anindita Mitra when she took over and addressed the congregation there. She alluded to the fact that the Municipal Corporation works silently to resolve many issues – the M.C ensures cleanliness in the City. She declared that plastic and its use is a life-style disease. Her lecture-cum-talk was so captivating that applause echoed time and again when she uttered words of wisdom to the learners. While the use of motorised vehicles has improved garbage collection in the city by and large, its disposal remains a major challenge, she said. As much as 75% of the garbage collected is going to the dumping ground without being processed for which Mrs. Anindita Mitra said, all the residents of the city need to take ownership. She said it's high time the learners were involved in the collection of household garbage, in a proper segregated manner. In the recent Swachhta rankings, Chandigarh has slipped from 16 rank to 66 rank, she revealed. The Corporation is according Top Priority to the maintenance of Dumping Ground, she said. She encouraged the learners to be the 'monitor' of their house, and segregate the garbage at the household level, before giving it out to the garbage collector. The garbage thus collected is then converted into compost and vermi-compost, thereby ensuring recycling, and reducing the garbage going down to the dumping ground unprocessed. She further said that the learners can themselves create compost at their homes, by following simple steps. She assigned this task to the learners to which the learners spoke in unison that they would make it a routine at their houses to segregate garbage every day before sending it for disposal. A pledge to keep the City clean, and bring it to the Top in Cleanliness was taken by all the attendees.


One of the team members, Mr. Shankey Jain, who had first addressed the gathering asked the learners certain witty questions relating to garbage disposal at the learners' places. This was done to invoke the interest of the learners towards a very important issue that the city faces today- the safe and proper disposal of tonnes of everyday garbage. He then showed three videos from the screen specially installed in the rink that motivated the learners to understand that it was very important to separate different types of garbage into four different coloured bins. One video also showed why single-use plastic has been banned and how it is harming our ecology.


The Principal of the School, Mrs. Pooja Prakash lauded Mrs. Anindita Mitra, Commissioner, Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh as a leader, who professes to do things the right way, but also shows the way to do it. Her involvement at the grass root level and partnership with the School on an important aspect like solid waste management, sanitation and hygiene shows the strides the City is taking to reduce its environmental footprints.







The students of Class Pre-School to V celebrated Janmashtami to commemorate the birth of the Hindu Deity Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. All the students from classes Pre-School to V decked up in beautiful and colourful attires of Lord Krishna and Radha, participated in a number of activities like Poster Making, Power Point Presentation, Singing of  Bhajans, Dances on the Religious Tunes. The young learners placed the images of Lord Krishna and recited Bhajans and Aarti. The students were told the stories about the struggle of Lord Krishna and were given a message that the Evil is always overtaken by the Good. The young learners gave enthralled performances which gave a strong message of ‘Victory of Good over Evil’ to all. The teachers highlighted the significance of the blissful occasion, stressing on the relevance of Lord Krishna’s teachings with regard to the present situation. The students were advised to spread love and live in harmony with each other.


Yonex Sunrise Chandigarh State Badminton Championships Little Champs 2022

Organized by Chandigarh Badminton Association at Badminton Academy, Sector 38, Chandigarh


Chaitanya Sharma, V

Anika Sharma, VII

Winner Trophy

Bronze Medal

Details received on 20.08.2022

Details received on 09.09.2022

19.08.2022 to 21.08.2022

Chandigarh Sub-Junior & Junior State Athletics Championship 2022-23

Organized by Chandigarh Athletics Association at Sports Complex, Sector 7, Chandigarh


Daksh, X-B

1 Silver Medal in 2000 m Race

Details received on 22.08.2022







About 100 Staff members attended a session on ‘Emergency Preparedness’ as Emergencies and Disasters can strike anywhere and at any time bringing work place injuries and illnesses with them. Staff members may be required to deal with an emergency when it is least expected and proper planning before an emergency is necessary to respond effectively. Keeping all these issues in consideration a session was held on ‘Emergency Preparedness’.

To start with, a session was conducted by ‘Hands on Heart Club’ of Team Fortis comprising of Dr. Sunil Kumar, Senior Consultant Critical Care Fortis; Ms Amrit Kaur and Ms. Ruchi, Senior Clinical instructors and Ms Meena Batta, Marketing Manager.

Dr. Sunil Kumar in his address said that the skill on first-aid is very essential for all the staff members. The session focused on the basics of First-aid. He emphasized on the fact that we can’t stop disaster but we need to arm ourselves with knowledge which in turn can save many lives. He discussed about the cases of Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest when a person becomes unresponsive. Dr. Sunil Kumar along with his team members gave a demonstration on a mannequin.

Next session was conducted by Mr. Dilip S. Thakur, Sub-Fire Officer, Manimajra Fire Station, M.M., Chandigarh. He strongly stressed on the fact that we should not wait for the disaster to happen but should be well equipped with the knowledge to bring the victim out of the complexities which may happen after the disaster. In quite an interesting manner, he explained the concept of ‘Triangle of Fire’ and gave a practical demonstration of putting off fire using a Fire Extinguisher. He explained the rule of ‘PASS’ to extinguish a fire and shared the Emergency Dial No 112 with the audience.

Both the sessions were quite informative and enriched the audience regarding ‘Emergency Preparedness’.

Mrs. Promila Deol, the teacher of Social Studies took a session on ‘Disaster Management’. She cautioned the audience regarding various calamities and catastrophes which may occur anytime anywhere in the world. She further added that there is no need however to be panicky when a disaster strikes rather it requires apt preparedness to safeguard oneself.

23.08.2022 to 26.08.2022

Open Tennis Tournament

Organized by Department of Sports, UT Administration, Chandigarh at Lake Sports Complex, Chandigarh


Gaurish Madaan, VII-A

1st Position

3rd Position

Boys Singles (U-14)

Boys Doubles (U-14)


Details received on 29.08.2022







26 August 2022, a special day for the Computer faculty of KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7-B, Chandigarh, which saw scores of Teachers of Computer Science from different towns of North region, bringing their heads together to dig into a significant topic of 'Python for Class XII' in a one-day Capacity Building Programme hosted by the School. 46 out of 59 Teachers were in attendance for the day. 


Mr. Abhishek Sharma, the Assistant Professor from CSE Department of Chandigarh Group of Colleges, Jhajeri, the Resource Person from Center of Excellence, CBSE, Chandigarh spoke to the intellectual faculty on the topic of the day.  The workshop ran from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in which a good practice of the subject of 'Python Programming' was done by the attendees. Hand-outs on Fundamentals of Python language were distributed to the Teachers, followed by question-answer session. Certain topics related to Python language like lists, tuples, dictionary, functions and control structure were discussed threadbare. Not only that, online resources available, like LeetCode and geeksforgeeks.org offering a plethora of python programs and projects were brought into discussion. Real world examples found their way into discussion which made the workshop interesting and captivating. The workshop strengthened the logical and reasoning skills of the attendees.


The workshop concluded with the distribution of certificates to the attendee Teachers, leaving behind a strong hold on one of the most important topics of Computer education.


Rangoli Making Competition in “Urja Sanrakshan Diwas”

Organized by Energy Research Centre, Panjab University, Chandigarh  




2nd Position


Participation Certificate along with Cash Prize of Rs. 700/- each

27.08.2022 & 28.08.2022

NISS Prize Money Open Tennis Championship (Lawn Tennis)

Organized by NISS Sports Academy at Manakur Sharif, New Delhi


Raghav Veer, VI-C

Winner (Trophy, Rs. 500/- & T-Shirt)

Details received on 06.09.2022

01.09.2022 to 11.09.2022

Report on Swachhta Pakhwada





“It is our social responsibility as citizens of India to help fulfil Gandhiji’s vision of Clean India,” said Shri Narendra Modi Ji, Honourable Prime Minister of India, from the ramparts of Red Fort. Keeping up with the declaration made by Honourable Prime Minister, KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh never fails to give special attention to the cleanliness of its campus with the intense focus on the issues and practices of Swachhta in all domains. Swachhta Pakhwada fortnight (01 September to 15 September, 2022) was observed on the School campus with full devotion and dedication. Here are the snippets from the happening days of the fortnight.


01 September 2022: SWACHHTA PLEDGE DAY

It is our first and foremost duty to serve Mother India by keeping the country neat and clean. The learners of the School took a pledge this day to remain committed towards cleanliness and devote time (100 hours per year) for this cause. The learners pledged to initiate the quest for cleanliness with themselves, their families, their community and their workplace by not littering and not allowing anyone to litter.



The young minds inspired by Gandhiji’s timeless quote “A clean body cannot reside in an unclean city” drew posters and came up with some simple and innovative ideas which, if implemented, can contribute hugely towards keeping their homes, housing societies, schools and the surrounding areas clean. The motive was to highlight the importance of cleanliness and sanitation among children and teachers, and to encourage and inspire them to continue with the good practice for hygiene and sanitation in school as well as at home. In the morning assembly on this day, students spoke about cleanliness and personal hygiene, and also conducted a Quiz on Swachhta.


03 to 04 September 2022 (Saturday & Sunday): Community Outreach Day

The School hosted an Essay Writing Contest on the topic "A Teacher Who Changed My Life” in which students from Classes VIII to XII participated. How much this School has impacted the community was touted through this competition. Using digital communication tools and its website, the School highlighted its priorities focusing on the issues that impact children. The special focus was on the safe and clean learning environment for the students.


05 September 2022 (Monday): Green School Drive Days

The Green Team is the heart of the Green Schools process, both organizing and directing activities at the school. The Green Team at KBDAV – 7 consists of the stakeholders of the school environment - students, teachers, custodians, facilities managers, parents and school board members. Greening activities at the School are integrated into existing curricula in science, art, Maths, languages. Using the school as a hands-on laboratory offers opportunities for real-world problem-solving. Students at the School undertake study of themes such as energy, water, forests, toxic pollution, and waste. The whole school gets involved in practical initiatives - for example, saving water, recycling materials and saving energy. Outdoor education, and time spent in Nature locally – be it the schoolyard, a park, or a field trip - is a critical component of a hands-on, place-based, experiential education at KBDAV - 7.


06 to 07 September 2022 (Tuesday & Wednesday): Swachhata Participation Day

Cleanliness and order are not matters of instinct, they are matters of education and like most great things, you must cultivate a taste for them. – Benjamin Disraeli

A Clean Drive was organized by the Eco Club under the observance of swachhata Pakhwada on 6th and 7th September for classes VI-XII. Clean Drive is just a small step towards contributing to this campaign. The main purpose of this programme was to create awareness among the students regarding Cleanliness and its benefits. All the students were told to bring a small cloth for the cleaning purpose. With zest and zeal, the enthusiastic students steered the clean-up drive to success through their efforts, the support of the school. Every student cleaned their desks and benches themselves during the drive. Some students also cleaned the windows and doors of the classroom. In few of the classes, to motivate everyone to keep their surroundings clean, students themselves drew drawings on Swachh Bharat.


08 to 09 September 2022 (Thursday & Friday): Hand Wash Day

Students at the School observed the day to spread awareness about “washing hands, building sinks and tippy taps, and demonstrating the simplicity and value of clean hands. The day in a way tried to spread awareness about the importance of hygiene. The day focuses on the importance of hand washing and comes up with “creative ways to encourage people to wash their hands with soap at critical times”. All the children washed their hands with soap. Keeping your hands clean can prevent a range of respiratory and diarrhoeal illnesses that could severely affect your health. The day becomes much more crucial in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.


10 to 11 September 2022 (Saturday & Sunday): Personal Hygiene Day

Personal hygiene being the action /habit /practice of keeping oneself clean plays a major role to promote healthy living of individuals as well as the society. Therefore, it is important to develop the sense of hygiene during the early stages in the life of an individual so that it influences his/her habits as well as lifestyle. Our School not only imparts knowledge, but also plays a pivotal role in the development of habits as well as the overall personality of the students.


Slogan Writing Contest

Organized by Fortis Hospital, Mohali during National Nutrition Week Celebrations



Certificate of Participation

Details received on 16.09.2022


Essay Writing Competition on Eye Donation Awareness

Organized by Eye Department, PGIMER, Chandigarh

State Level

Manvi Goel, X-D

Rs. 800/- cash prize and certificate

Manvi Goel from Class X-D receiving Praiseworthy Prize from Sh. Rakesh Sehgal, DEAN, Eye Care Center, PGI, Chandigarh at a special function organised to honour the prize winners. Manvi competed against 200 odd students in the article writing competition on the topic EYE DONATION, and her entry was adjudged PRAISEWORTHY


Details received on 09.09.2022


NSS volunteers from KBDAV 7 school participated in a bicycle rally today to spread the message of "CLEAN AIR & BLUE SKIES"







Inter School State Level Archery Tournament 2022-23

Organized by Education Department, UT Chandigarh

State Level

Shourya, IX-D

Yash Marjara, X-D

3 Gold Medals

3 Silver Medals

Under-17 years boys category


Details received on 09.09.2022


Inter School State Level Weight Lifting Tournament 2022-23

Organized by Education Department, UT Chandigarh

State Level

Yashmeet Chaudhary, VIII-D

1 Silver Medal

Under-17 years boys category


Details received on 09.09.2022


Redesign – A Digital Literacy Event

Organized by Hansraj Public School, Panchkula


Rishan Kaur, IV


Himank Solanki, VIII


Mehul, VI


Krishay, IV


Harsh Vardhan Pal, VIII


Bhavya Kainth

Kanishka Verma

Aarna Sood


Kartikey Mathpal

Om Saiyansh Singh




1st Position & Participation Certificate

1st Position & Participation Certificate

2nd Position & Participation Certificate

3rd Position & Participation Certificate

3rd Position  & Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

Participation Certificate

in Photo Booth


in Ideation


in Rocket Fire


in Kahoot Quiz


in Ideation


in Light Camera Action

in Light Camera Action

in Photo Booth

in Rocket Fire

in Story Telling

in Story Telling

in Tech IQ

in Tech IQ

in What an Influencer!


Inter School State Level Archery Tournament 2022-23

Organized by Education Department, UT Chandigarh at Lake Club, Chandigarh

State Level

Rhythm, VII-B

1 Gold Medal

Details received on 12.09.2022







To impart training for the implementation of NEP-2020, a one-day Capacity Building Workshop was organized at KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Chandigarh, in collaboration with COE, CBSE (Chandigarh Region) on 10th September 2022.


The workshop aimed at guiding Academic Leaders, Principals and Teachers to enhance the existing practices and knowledge regarding the curriculum framework with NEP in context.


Mrs. Kulwant Kaur Rehal, the Chief Spokesperson of the day by CBSE stressed Multidisciplinary Approach in Educational System focusing on 4C’s i.e Collaboration, Communication, Critical Thinking and Creativity. Speaking on essential inputs to be considered-Education System should be Student-Centered, focusing more on Experiential Learning.


Around 56 participants, inclusive of Principals and Teachers from various schools all over Chandigarh and Punjab attended the Workshop.


State level Yoga Competition



Aastha, V-B

Gold Medal


12.09.2022 to 22.09.2022

Kheda Watan Punjab Diyan 2022 – District Level Football Tournament, Mohlai

Organized by Department of Sports and Youth Services, Punjab at Sports Bhawan, Sector 63 & 78, Mohali


Anmol Sharma

2nd Position, Silver Medal

Details received on 27.09.2022

13.09.2022 to 15.09.2022

PNB Metlife Junior Badminton Championship

Organized by PNB Metlife in association with Chandigarh Badminton Association


Anika Sharma

3rd Position (Trophy)

Anika Sharma participated in PNB Metlife Junior Badminton Champions 2022 held at Chandigarh Badminton Association, Chandigarh from 13.09.2022 to 15.09.2022 under Govt. Service-13 Category and Secured Semi-Final 3rd Position.

Details received on 16.09.2022 


हिन्दी दिवस





हिन्दी अपनी प्यारी है, सरस, सरल मनोहारी है। इसके अक्षर रस के छीटें है, शब्द शहद से मीठे हैं।  यह जीवन को महकाती है, खिली-खिली फुलवारी है।।


के.बी.डी.ए.वी. के प्रांगण में हिन्दी दिवस अत्यन्त धूमधाम व हर्षोउल्लास के साथ मनाया गया। इस अवसर पर विद्यार्थियों ने रंगीन पोस्टर, स्लोगन लेखन तथा कविताएँ लिखकर हिन्दी के प्रति अपने उद्गार व्यक्त किए।


हिन्दी दिवस के अवसर पर प्रधानाचार्या श्रीमती पूजा प्रकाश जी ने विद्यार्थियों की भावनाओं की सराहना की तथा समस्त शिक्षकों को हिन्दी दिवस की बधाई व शुभकामनाएँ दी। 


Building AI Readiness among Youth



Harshvardhan, VIII-A


Harshvardan of Class VIII-A bagged Young Innovators Award for Building AI Readiness among Youth at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.


Details received on 06.10.2022


Safety Audit held in School












The NSS Unit of KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7-B, Chandigarh participated in the Swachhta League on 17 September 2022. The mega event was organised by the Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh as a part of the nation-wide initiative on the occasion of the Birthday of the Prime Minister of India, Sh. Narendra Modi, to spread the message of cleanliness and hygiene across the country.


The volunteers from the School not only became a part of the Hand Monument (Symbol of the city), but also participated vigorously in rally that started from the Garden and moved across the whole Sector, before culminating at the other end of the Rose Garden.


The volunteers, carrying the NSS banner, were the frontrunners in the rally. They shouted slogans to raise awareness among the citizens of the city regarding Swachhta in and around the houses, and promotion of better hygiene and health.


Say No to Single Use Plastic Drive





The school along with Municipal Corporation, Chandigarh under the Project Swachh Amrit School – Say No to Single Use Plastic Drive. The school learners and teachers collected Plastic waste and handed over to the Municipal Corporation.


Details received on 06.10.2022


Visit of Class Learners to CSIO, Sector 30, Chandigarh





Class VIII learners visited the CSIO on 22.09.2022. They attended the session to make coin batteries under the theme of Global Battery Experiment.


Details received on 06.10.2022







A Traffic Awareness Session for Class IX students was conducted at Kailash Bahl DAV Senior Secondary Public School, by the personnel of the Traffic Department, Chandigarh. The session was conducted by Sub Inspector, Mr. Bhupinder Singh in the B.S. Bahl Multimedia Hall, comprising of nearly 90 class IX students.


The students were apprised of the importance of wearing helmets and seat belts.  They were alerted about the ills of under-aged driving and the consequences thereafter. They were asked questions about the road safety and all their doubts for road safety rules were cleared. They were told about the harms of drunken driving and over speeding, in a creative way through a song. Various videos were shown regarding the accidents that have happened in Chandigarh last year, with analytical details. Differentiation between the person following the rules and not following the rules were shown. Later to make the Event joyful, a breath full song sung by the Sub Inspector highlighted the Importance of traffic rules. This was followed by the Quiz competition, in which students were awarded with trophies.











Celebration of Dussehra by Class VIII to X Students





The learners celebrated Vijay Dashmi by using their creativity on the display board on the following topics

Class VIII - Intelli-foods: Need of the hour

Class IX-Let's go Festivi-cious: Be fair Don't pollute air

Class X-DDD-Delightful Delicious Delicacies

(A comparison between U.T.s, Chandigarh and Dadra Nagar Haveli)


Details received on 06.10.2022


KVRSS – SMART (Science Meets Art)



Miss Riya Solanki of Class X now in Class XI was among the top 5 Runners up all over India. She will get certificate and 1500 cash


This is an event which encourages students to give a different aspect to the understanding of science, through Art. Various Art forms include Painting, Posters, Collage, Animation, Photography, Sculpting, Poems, Songs, Architecture or an Essay.


The main aim of this competition is to visualize and conceptualize science. Understanding science concepts is important as it can be easily linked to our daily activities and requirements, understanding the world around us, thus highlighting the importance of science in daily life.


The event started in the year 2020-21, and students were asked to present science concepts as a painting. This year, i.e., 2021-22, any concept in science may be depicted in a Poster/Collage format. Posters/Collage not only passively communicate ideas and feelings in a visual mode, but also help students to learn and adapt to different ways of thinking, working and expressing as the students actively work with the concepts. Posters and Collage making are both tools that aid understanding of concepts. Goal is to engage the students in expressing their ideas about science through this. Miss Riya Solanki of Class X now in Class XI was among the top 5 Runners up all over India. She will get certificate and 1500 cash.


Details received on 06.10.2022


Open Badminton Tournament

Held at Sector 7, Chandigarh

State Level

Mehtab Singh, V-C

2nd Runner-up

Silver Medal



Wildlife Week Celebration 2022 – Painting/Drawing Competition on ‘Cheetah Reintroduction in India’

Organized by Department of Forests and Wildlife, Chandigarh Administration

State Level

Sehajpreet Kaur, VI-B

Janish Rana, VIII-E

Aiyana Singh, IX-A

Adiba Ansari, IX-B

Jashanjot Singh, IX-E

Certificate of Participation

Certificate of Participation

Certificate of Participation

Certificate of Participation

Certificate of Participation

Junior Category

Junior Category

Senior Category

Senior Category

Senior Category

14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022

Chandigarh State Weight Lifting Tournament

Organized by Chandigarh Administration


Yashmeet Choudhary

1 Bronze Medal

(3rd Position)

U-17 Boys Category

Weight Category 67 Kg

Snatch 30 Kg

Clean & Jerk 43 Kg


Details received on 18.10.2022

14.10.2022 & 15.10.2022

Chandigarh State Boxing Tournament

Organized by Chandigarh Administration


Vishavjeet Singh Sidhu, X-D

1 Bronze Medal

(3rd Position)

Weight Category 66-70 Kg


Details received on 18.10.2022

14.10.2022 to 16.10.2022

Chandigarh State Roller Skating Championship 2022-23

Organized by Chandigarh Roller Skating Association at Skating Rink, Sector 10, Chandigarh

State Level

Angadbir Singh, XII-D

Jujhar Singh, X-D

Japagam Singh, VI-B

Harrehmat Kaur, VIII-B

Amishi, VI-E


1 Gold Medal

1 Gold Medal

1 Silver Medal

1 Bronze Medal

1 Bronze Medal

1 Bronze Medal

Details received on 17.10.2022


Kalautsav - An Inter School Event – Historical Theatre competition

Organized by Delhi Public School, Sector 92, Mohali

Inter School

Harshita Sharma, III

Lavanya Yadav, III

Annant Kaur, III

Sukrit Sain, III

Participating Certificate

Participating Certificate

Participating Certificate

Participating Certificate

Details received on 04.11.2022


Kalautsav - An Inter School Event – Little Oscars competition

Organized by Delhi Public School, Sector 92, Mohali

Inter School

Anika Grover, IV

Krishay Talwar, IV

Participating Certificate

Participating Certificate

Details received on 04.11.2022


Kalautsav - An Inter School Event – A Trusted Talk competition

Organized by Delhi Public School, Sector 92, Mohali

Inter School

Vidit Lamba, V

Ruhaan Gupta, V

Jannat, V

Participating Certificate

Participating Certificate

Participating Certificate

Details received on 04.11.2022


Kalautsav - An Inter School Event – Inventive Minds competition

Organized by Delhi Public School, Sector 92, Mohali

Inter School

Gauranshi, VII

Sonakshi, VII

Participating Certificate

Participating Certificate


15.10.2022 & 16.10.2022

42nd Chandigarh State Junior Boys Boxing Championship

Organized by Chandigarh Amateur Boxing Association


Vishavjeet Singh Sidhu, X-D

1 Bronze Medal

Details received on 19.10.2022


Basketball Tournament

Organized by Sky World School in between Sky World School, Sector 21, Panchkula and Suncity Society, Sector 20, Panchkula

Agam Sodhi, V-B

1 Gold Medal

Details received on 18.10.2022







A rally on the negative effects of bursting crackers causing air pollution was held at KBDAV Senior Secondary Public School. Students of different classes were urged to act responsibly and be sensitive towards the essence of their environment and safety of the animals during the celebrations.


A Nukkad Natak aptly apprised its audience about the adverse effects of fireworks. The Nukkad Group promoted the use of eco-friendly colours for making ‘Rangoli’. Anti-cracker campaign-rally on “Say no to crackers” covering the school premise and neighborhood areas was taken out by the students. Various other activities such as; ‘Diya’ making and decoration, poster making were organized in all the classes. 


The function ended with a message by the principal, Mrs. Pooja Prakash, who expressed her deep concern about the environment and advised the students to celebrate Green Diwali. Students were briefed on the ill-effects of burning crackers and were urged to celebrate the festival with candles, sweets and non-polluting green crackers. She also wished for the light within everyone to shine bright.


Colour Belt Grading Certificate


Negi Taekwondo Tigers Academy, Chandigarh


Anshika, IV-A

Promoted to Yellow Belt

Miss Anshika (Class IV-A) of Negi Taekwondo Tigers Academy, has been promoted to Yellow Belt and secured A in Taekwondo Colour Belt Promotion Test conducted in accordance with the World Taekwondo Federation Programme Test Regulations.


Details received on 01.11.2022







Diwali is round the corner, and KB DAV Sr. Secondary Public School, Sector. 7 - B, Chandigarh is already abuzz with certain activities happening in its different corners. Come 17 October and the day stood out to be a harbinger of the festive season. It began with a Bandhanwar - Toran making Competition among Class VIII students who used flowers, beads, shells, and mirrors to decorate and create the best Bandhanwar (door hanging) designs. Sejal of Class VIII A was declared the winner of the competition. Gurkirat Kaur of VIII C got the 2nd prize, whereas Mannat Chandan of VIII B was placed at the third position. Vrinda Bhardwaj of VIII D was commended with the Consolation Prize.


To sensitize the young learners about the importance of nutritive diet, the young chefs from Class IX tried their hands at culinary skills in the event ‘Pakwan-e-Diwali’ conducted on 18th October 2022. The budding chefs presented sumptuous and succulent delicacies with unique presentations, while taking care of nutritive values like calories, carbohydrates and proteins etc. They blenced in the magic of sugar and spice in the dishes to bring out the essence of Eco-friendly Diwali. Dhriti and Harshita stole the show with their mouth-watering delicacies presented in a unique way with catchy titles. Divyam and Rohan grabbed the second position, followed by Priyanshu and Nitin along with Maanya and Dhwani who shared the third position. Janya and Nitika received the consolation prize.


The third day, 19 of October, 2022 witnessed a beautiful competition among Class X students who came together in the open space in front of the Science Labs to draw beautiful rangolis on the theme of "Safe Diwali, Green Diwali". The message of a safe Diwali this year and every year was clearly utterable in each piece created by the artistic students.







The festival of lights came alive when Nursery children conducted a special assembly on Diwali with zeal on 20th Oct. 2022. All the teachers and the toddlers were very excited. They were dressed up in beautiful traditional attires. The program commenced with the Gayatri Mantra and then with a brief description of the festival by the tiny tots. They spoke a few lines to share information as to why and how Diwali is celebrated.


Then Ram Katha was narrated by the small children which was quite appreciated. The audience applauded the foot tapping group dance by the proficient toddlers. Principal Mrs. Pooja Prakash showered blessings on the tiny tots and encouraged children to celebrate Eco-friendly Diwali.


The Assembly was a beautiful composition of dance, drama and music, aesthetically showcasing Indian tradition and values. The program was enjoyed by one and all.







A self-defence training was held from 17 October to 21 October 2022 for the girl students from Classes VIII to X of KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector. 7 - B, Chandigarh. The objective of the training was to train the girls in different defence mechanisms to use in case of violence against them. Different self-defence techniques were showcased to the girls in order to prepare them to safeguard themselves. 


The objective of the training is that student welfare can strengthen the girl students towards their self-protection and women empowerment. It could best be possible through a training in self- defence in collaboration with the Chandigarh Police (Swayam - Self defence training from Swayam women & Child Support Unit Department).


The girls learnt several things like ready position (shikodachi), different kinds of punches, finger attack, palm attack, elbow attack, kick attack and the Kata attack(which itself has 21 steps). The trainers- Mr. Sanjay, Ms. Pooja and Ms. Simran  pointed out that this kind of a training is the need of the hour as we get to hear the news items of domestic violence, eve-teasing cases and other severe forms of violence against women and children which is happening regularly.


Ms. Pooja and Ms. Simran narrated some instances related to domestic violence, dowry, and cruelty by husband & in-laws, sexual harassment in public, private, or the workplace, stalking, obscene calls that come to the Special Police Unit for assistance. They pointed out why it is necessary to attend and train oneself with this kind of workshop. They said that having knowledge about self-defence techniques not only helps defend but also builds confidence in oneself. They gave advice and tips to the girl students on how to avoid situations and circumstances that may lead to unwanted/untoward incidents. 


The tips that the trainers elaborated on how to self-protect and defend are:

First tip: Prevention is the best self-defence

Second tip: Get Loud and Push Back


Third tip: Remember the Most Effective Body Parts to Hit while defending oneself.

The students selected from the School for a demo in front of CCPCR on November 14 or November 15  2022 are

1. Sanskriti - 9B

2. Lakshita - 9C

29.10.2022 & 30.10.2022

4th Mini Futsal Cup (5 ‘A’ side Football)

Organized by Youth United Sports Club 39, Chandigarh

Soham, 3rd-D

2nd Position (Silver Medal)

Best Footballer Trophy

Soham of Class 3rd-D has participated as Player in the 4th Mini Futsal Cup (5 ‘A’ Side Football) organized by Youth United Sports Club 39, Chandigarh at Sector 39-B, Chandigarh from 29th October to 30th October 2022 under 10 years boys category and finished as 2nd position.


Details received on 01.11.2022







‘Linking students around the country in one observance is important’.


A Pledge-taking Ceremony in connection with Rashtriya Ekta Diwas was observed at KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh on October 31, 2022.


KB Davians took the pledge whole-heartedly and promised to dedicate themselves entirely to preserving the unity, integrity, and security of the nation. Teachers read out the pledge and the learners repeated it after them. 


The school facilitators and the learners also promised to follow the vision and actions of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and ensure the internal security of the country remained intact. Individually and collectively, young people are incredibly powerful for a change, and in light of the recent happenings in the world there is no better time than this to give students a reason to respond and participate in ensuring unity, integrity, and safety of those around them.


Child Rights Awareness Session at KBDAV-7, Chandigarh





“If you make the world better for KIDS,

You make it better for EVERYONE”


This powerful thought struck a chord with many on 2nd November, 2022 at Kailash Bahl DAV Public School, a one day session was organized by the Chandigarh Commission for Protection of Child Rights, an important initiative taken by the chairperson ma’am Harjinder Kaur to spread the awareness of child rights, an engaging and informative session was conducted for more than four hundred Young Minds, Teachers, and Counsellors.


The CCPCR resource person Ma’am Ankita spoke about the POCSO Act 2019, to name a few.  She stressed that schools should have a collective vision to protect and nurture children. She emphasized on the duties of Teachers, Schools, Parents, and Law Protectors of the country towards the increasing rate of child abuse was a matter of concern. The students were sensitized about the types of abuse and what measures should be taken to prevent such issues. They were informed about the four rights like Right to Survival, Right to Protection, Right to Development and Right to Participation.



Details received on 01.08.2022

International Reasoning & Aptitude Olympiad 2021

Organized by Silverzone Olympiads, New Delhi


Saanvi Saini, VII

1st Position in Class

23 State Rank

1436 Olympiad Rank

Saanvi Saini, Student of Class VII has participated and acquired 1st Position in the Class and Secured 23 State Rank and achieved 1436 Olympiad Rank by obtaining 32.5217 marks out of 100 in International Reasoning & Aptitude Olympiad 2021.


Details received on 01.08.2022

Smart Kid General Knowledge Olympiad 2021

Organized by Silverzone Olympiads, New Delhi


Saanvi Saini, VII

1st Position in Class

18 State Rank

1748 Olympiad Rank

Saanvi Saini, Student of Class VII has participated and acquired 1st Position in the Class and Secured 18 State Rank and achieved 1748 Olympiad Rank by obtaining 31.5161 marks out of 100 in Smart Kid General Knowledge Olympiad 2021.


Details received on 01.08.2022

International Olympiad of Mathematics 2021

Organized by Silverzone Olympiads, New Delhi


Harsh Vardhan Pal, VII

1st Position in Class

27 State Rank

2891 Olympiad Rank

Harsh Vardhan Pal, Student of Class VII has participated and acquired 1st Position in the Class and Secured 27 State Rank and achieved 2891 Olympiad Rank by obtaining 37.0239 marks out of 100 in International Olympiad of Mathematics 2021.


Details received on 01.08.2022

International Olympiad of Mathematics 2021

Organized by Silverzone Olympiads, New Delhi


Vaibhav Mittal, X

1st Position in Class

9 State Rank

213 Olympiad Rank

Vaibhav Mittal, Student of Class X has participated and acquired 1st Position in the Class and Secured 9 State Rank and achieved 213 Olympiad Rank by obtaining 37.0239 marks out of 100 in International Olympiad of Mathematics 2021.


Details received on 01.08.2022

International Olympiad of Science 2021

Organized by Silverzone Olympiads, New Delhi


Vaibhav Mittal, X

1st Position in Class

20 State Rank

315 Olympiad Rank

Vaibhav Mittal, Student of Class X has participated and acquired 1st Position in the Class and Secured 20 State Rank and achieved 351 Olympiad Rank by obtaining 95.0785 marks out of 100 in International Olympiad of Science 2021.


Details received on 01.08.2022

International Reasoning & Aptitude Olympiad 2021

Organized by Silverzone Olympiads, New Delhi


Vaibhav Mittal, X

1st Position in Class

12 State Rank

230 Olympiad Rank

Vaibhav Mittal, Student of Class X has participated and acquired 1st Position in the Class and Secured 20 State Rank and achieved 351 Olympiad Rank by obtaining 87.8182 marks out of 100 in International Reasoning & Aptitude Olympiad 2021.


Details received on 08.09.2022

Bookmark Competition 2021

Organized by T.S. Central State Library, Sector 17, Chandigarh


Dishani Sharma, KG

2nd Position

Dishani Sharma Class Nursery (2021-22) & KG (2022-23) of KB DAV Senior Secondary Public School, Sector 7-B, Chandigarh stood 2nd in Bookmark Competition held on 18th July 2021.







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