Pollution is making ‘Khanna’ so polluted. There are many kinds of pollution which are occurring in Khanna like air pollution, noise pollution, land pollution and water pollution. It causes many problems as people are suffering from skin problems, breathing problems etc. People should use bicycle if they are going to nearby places they should use public transport. Factories should be established in the outer areas of the city so that the smoke does not enter the residential areas. There should be a proper place to throw garbage which can be composed into soil. Some of the things should go for recycling. People should keep their streets clean. There should be more and more bins in the city and people should plant more and more trees for clean air. There should be gardens and parks in the city for the local people. If we go to a very clean city, we feel so good. we should perform this process in our city too. All should follow the innovativecleanliness missionlaunched by our Prime Minister, Mr.Narinder Modi ‘Swachh Bharat’. If peoplefollow this they can live a very good life. Then we will have clean hospitals, schools, malls etc. The cars that emit smoke should be stopped. My suggestion is that if we follow these things we will lead a very ‘GOOD LIFE’.
Jasmeet Kaur Chahal
Health & Fitness was the theme of the month of May for the students of Pre Primary classes. Yoga & Exercise were a regular part of their morning assembly to promote awareness for physical fitness. A summer fruit party was also organized for the tiny tots.
“Sahodaya Swimming Champions 2016- Delhi Public School Khanna”
Zeal and zest marked the Sahodaya Swimming Competition 2016.Delhi Public School Khanna bagged the first prize at the Sahodaya Swimming Competition 2016, held at its premises from 24 May to 25 May 2016. The swimmers of our school brought laurels by emerging the overall champions for the second time in a row.
The Dipsites, Sukhmanvir Singh and Yugamvir Singh were declared the Best Swimmer in the under-14 and under-18 category respectively.
Delhi Public School Khanna hosted the Sahodaya School Swimming Competition for the second time in a row. The event was inaugurated by the Chairperson, Mrs. Annu Bains. Students from 5 schools participated in the event. The swimmers competed in different styles such as breast stroke, back stroke, butterfly stroke and free style in the under 14 and 18 categories. All the students displayed sportsmanship and participated enthusiastically.