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Lord Mahavira Play Way students qualifies belt grading test
Balbir K Punj11/19/2012 10:30:32 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Nov 19: The students of Lord Mahavira Playway School brought laurels to the school in J&K martial-arts belt grading recently organized by All India Martial-Arts Union where grading was held under the supervision of martial arts experts coach Sunny Nanda.
The participant who were qualified the next grading (colour) belt certificate in Rank -B included namely as Rudrash Sharma, Nityam Sharma, Lalit Manhas and Prakrit Gupta whereas the students adjudged for Rank-C included namely Tavishie Katoch, Ridhima Rana, Suvansh Sharma and Vaibhav Sharma.
In the category -D the performers namely Sanna Sharma, Suksham Sharma, Harshit Sharma, Prachi Gupta who were adjudged for their upgradation in next color belt.
During the grading ceremony Managing Director of School Surinder Sharma and Principal Madhu Shamra also were present who extended their greeting to the students for qualifying in next grade belt Vice Principal Geeta Bhan and Head Mistress Anuradha Chib who were also present on the occasion distributed the certificates of participation to students.
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