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Published on: 2018-06-12     113 times read    0  Comments

GHP Secondary School Selected for Real School of Nepal Finals

June 12: The third regional final of Real School of Nepal 2018 has successfully concluded for Central Region, Birgunj. From the competition held on Monday, GHP Secondary School was selected for the finals and the participating students were Siraj Gupta, Sabbu Chaudhary, Jesus Shakya, Chandan Kumar Gupta, Vivek Shah and Manish Rajak, according to Dabur Nepal, the organizer of the event.

The participants of the participating school were divided into senior and junior groups for various segments. In the senior group, Shreya Singh of DAV RB Kedia School in won the extempore competition. Likewise, Aman Gupta of Little Angels Secondary School won the dance competition and Jesus Shakya of GHP Secondary School won the titke of football juggling. Likewise, from the junior group, Narendra Kushwa of Future Higher Secondary Boarding School secured first position in painting, Sneha Mahato of St Xavier Secondary School won in 3-minute to fame contest and Manish Rajak of GHP Secondary School won the title of Score the Real Goal, according to Dabur Nepal. The fourth regional final of Real School of Nepal will be held in Nepalgunj on June 18.

Giving continuity to scholarships of Rs 25,000 for two needy and talented students, Dabur Nepal handed over the amount to Aashirvad Kumar and Vanshika Kumari.


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