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JIS Group Organised a Programme to Promote Fitness and Wellness in Tomorrow's Leaders through JIS Schools Athletics Meet

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The much-anticipated JIS Schools Athletics Meet was expertly organised by JIS Group and held at Kasba's Gitanjali Stadium. Among the participants from Narula Public School, Central Model School, Little Bright Stars Pre-School, and Rhode Island Public School were impressive feats of athleticism, teamwork, sporting spirit, and fitness talent. Aakanksha Kaur, Principal & Founder of Little Bright Stars Preschool, Mentor of Central Model School & Narula Public School of JIS Group Educational Initiatives, Sardar Taranjit Singh, Managing Director, JIS Group, Simarpreet Singh, Director, and Dipendu Biswas, Former Indian Professional Footballer & Former MLA, Dibyendu Barua, Indian Chess Grandmaster & Arjuna Awardee, were all in attendance at the esteemed event. Speaking on the occasion, Aakanksha Kaur stated that the JIS Group is proud to be the host of this exclusive event, which encourages students to work

together and engage in healthy competition. The JIS Schools Athletics Meet, which was held in a spirit of harmony and athleticism, not only featured outstanding talent but also created enduring relationships based on sportsmanship. The students were able to leave their academic lives behind and make progress towards a fit and healthy lifestyle thanks to this event. The event's highlights included several sports competitions, upbeat dance performances, and an outstanding march past by the participants, who represented their schools. Through the oath-taking ceremony, fair and lively competition was guaranteed throughout the day, along with the instillation of sportsmanship. Children took part in a variety of exciting and difficult 'Solve the Problem' mental games, divisional races for both boys and girls in the 100- and 200-meter age groups, and much more.


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