Our Achievements

Making a Mark in the National Competition

On December  1st, 2nd and 3rd 2018, a student named Gauri Sharma D/o Shri Sandeep Sharma from Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa participated in Short Put Event in Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh and achieved 19th position. Nearly 412 sports persons from Hapur district participated in this national competition. This competition was for children under 14 and 16 years of age. Athletics Federation appreciated and blessed all the sports persons for their achievements.

Gauri Sharma of AIS, Pilkhuwa availed herself of being the first national player.

 

INTER STATE INVITATIONAL KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Inter State Invitational Karate Championship was held at Leela Wati Public School, Pratap Vihar, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh on Sunday, 7th October 2018. Seven students of different age groups from Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa participated in this contest. Nearly four hundred sports persons from different states of the country participated in this contest. Keeping their past record, the participants of Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa gave their impressive performance and carved a niche for themselves in this contest. Overpowering their rivals in the tough competition, they bagged the coveted medals of all kinds; Gold, Silver & Bronze. This competition like the preceding ones, developed sportsman ship among the children and they promised their recognition at national as well as international level.

Student Name

Class

Medal

Aarav Kakkran

I - A

Gold Medal

Suryansh Shishodia

V - A

Bronze Medal

Kartik Sikriwal

V - A

Silver Medal

Anant Tomar

V - A

Bronze Medal

Tanishq Sharma

IV - A

Bronze Medal

Ishwaan Thakkar

III - B

Bronze Medal

Chitranshi Sharma

V - A

Consolation Prize

 

All India Invitational Karate Championship

Seven children of Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa participated in the All India Invitational Karate Championship held on Sunday, 19th August, 2018 at Lions’ Club Ghaziabad. Nearly four hundred sports persons from all parts of India participated in this contest. According to the age groups, the participants were divided into categories and they displayed their knack of playing the game. It was a tough competition and the sports persons had to struggle tooth and nail to make their mark. Here too, the players of Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa fared well, bagging the much coveted medals. The sports persons who out manoeuvred their rivals in this spectacular contest are given below:

Class

Students Name

Medal

III

Ishwaan  Thakkar

Gold Medal

IV

Tanishq Sharma

Silver Medal

V

Suryansh Shishodia

Silver Medal

V

Kartik  Sikriwal

Bronze Medal

UKG

Vidit Sharma

Bronze Medal

V

Chitranshi Sharma

Bronze Medal

I

Aarav Kakkran

Consolation Prize

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Unlearn Kids

In order to sharpen their Mathematical Skills, the students of Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa use the software ‘Unlearn Kids’. Today a number of students from the school were awarded gifts for their outstanding performance. They are listed as below-

  1. Suhani Goel
  2. Aaradhy Goel
  3. Sabhya Bansal
  4. Rishit Jindal
  5. Hrithvi Jindal
  6. Priyangi Agarwal
  7. Ishan Goel
  8. Gauri Goyal
  9. Darsh Bansal

 

 

 

Sakshi Garg Bags Third Position At The National Level

In this competitive world, where there is so much cut - throat competition, the students of Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa are pursuing their long trail of achievements. It is a matter of great pleasure that the students of Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa have added another feather to the prestige of the institution. Sakshi Garg from class – VIII has by dint of hard work and perseverance, succeeded in securing the third position at National level in POF. In its first stage, the competition was organized at district level and Sakshi Garg glorified the institution by bagging gold medal. In the second phase, the competition was organized at national level and nearly 50,000 students from 1,000 schools in Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh appeared at this examination. Again Sakshi Garg remained in lime light and she managed to secure third position in the examination and thereby honoured the institution i.e. Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa. In the prayer assembly, the winner student was awarded the prize worth Seven thousand and one hundred cash and gifts worth Three thousand and one hundred rupees. In this way Sakshi Garg set an example for other students who can, by dint of hard work and devotion can secure the similar or even more envied achievements. Getting success in the competitions makes the students as well as the institution proud of their achievement.

On this occasion, the Principal Mrs. Ranjeeta Kaur expressed gratitude towards all the guests and opined that more and more students should strive for the recognition that Sakshi has won. She deserves to be congratulated and she has added to the prestige of her family and the institution. There is no other shortcut to winning such laurels than working hard.

The Manager of the school Mr. Akshat Sharma congratulated the child on her success and gave his blessings.

 

 

INTER SCHOOL YOGA CHAMPIONSHIP UP


In order to promote sportsmanship among the students INTER SCHOOL YOGA CHAMPIONSHIP UP was jointly organized by PEFI and Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa. It was hosted by Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa on Thursday, 2 February 2017. The students from various institutions participated in this contest. A number of reputed persons were present to watch this big event. The chief guest of this event was Mr. Rajeev Sinha, a person of international repute. He is Karate world champion, president of world Fodokan Federation and president of IPKC. He is also International visiting professor of Europe, North America & South Asia.

Another International personality to watch and grace this big event was Mr. Tejashvi SharmaInternational yoga champion and gold medalist in Yogasan.

Apart from these two international personalities, there were many other important persons to watch this contest. Mr. Piyush Jain General Secretary PEFI was also present on this occasion to watch this event. Important officials also witnessed this event. The students of Arwachin international school, PILKHUWA outperformed their peers and were appreciated for their unique and exquisite performance. Yoga observer of this contest was Dr. Sinku Kumar Singh. This important event was witnessed by Mr. Arun Sharma Chairman and Mr. Akshat Sharma Manager. Both the dignitaries congratulated the winners and inspired them.

The winner of this contest was Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa and the Runner Up position was achieved by R.K. Public School, Amroha.

 

32 – NATIONAL KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP

In order to promote sportsmanship among the students, Indian Professional Karate Council organized 32 – National Karate Championship. It was conducted at Thyagraj Stadium I.N.A. Delhi on Sunday, 29 January 2017. Twenty three students from various classes from Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa participated in this contest. All the participants of Arwachin International School, Pilkhuwa played exceedingly well. However the players who outshone their rivals where Chitranshi from  Grade – II, Arshdeep Kaur from Grade – II and Shreya Choudhary from Grade – VIII. All the three participants carved a niche for themselves and succeeded in bagging bronze medals. Later, Mr. Akshat Sharma , Manager and Mr. Arun Sharma , Chairman congratulated the bronze medal recipients on their success. The Principal also encouraged the winners and they received a lot of appreciation and motivation from their teachers also.

 

 

REPORT ON KARATE CHAMPIONSHIP

Many students of Arwachin International School participated in the ‘RENMEI CUP IPKC North Zone Karate Championship’ held on August 30, 2016 and August 31, 2016 in Talkatora Indoor Stadium, Delhi. The event drew more than 30 competitors from schools of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh.

The Principal counseled the students before the competition as to how to set goals and then work to reach those goals as well as develop important skills to win.

School is very proud of the way our students competed. This championship attracted top competitors and our students left no stone unturned in bringing glory to the school’s name. The winners are:

Shivam Garg of Class VI won the Gold medal in under 12 years category.

Chitranshi Sharma of class III won the Bronze medal in under 8 years category.

Congratulations to the shining stars!

 

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