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Saturday, April 12, 2003
It was really a dream come true for me when I was asked to represent our school in the All India Sainik Schools Mountaineering Expedition. On August 3 2002, we had our flag off ceremony by Col. Hanglem J.K. Singh, Principal, Sainik School, ...
A different day
Our school has a highly commendable tradition of celebrating Old Boys' Day on a Saturday in the month of June. It is conducted by the Old Boys' Association. It is a day thoroughly celebrated in our school, when the teachers get to meet the old ...
Not me, God
Oh, God Almighty! I am well aware that you, the omnipotent, has kept in stock something for each one of us on this small planet, when we reach you after our death. And everyone will have to suffer the consequences of their deeds in their lives. ...
The saying "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy", is not applicable in the case of Sainik Schools. Academics, discipline, sports and games and co-curricular activities are all given equal importance so that the students could become ...
A train journey
This is an incident which took place during one of my train journeys. During the summer vacation, I along with my family, went to a place called Shirdi in Maharashtra. We had to travel for two hours in a different train between connections. I was ...
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