As I walked towards my office early this morning, I was greeted by a young bearded boy with a touch on my feet. It took a few seconds for me to place Hardik Gupta, our School Head Boy of the batch 2015-16.
Handing me over a cake he broke a news that proved icing on the cake, "Sir, I have cleared my CA in the first attempt." I held him in a tight embrace as his achievement had made him the first Partapian to become a Chartered Accountant. He also shared the news of his having done a diploma in IFRS from ACCA London.
In a flash came the yesteryears as I visualized him in his school uniform participating in various school programmes.
As he gets ready to embark on his professional journey, the PPS fraternity, joins me, in wishing him success, prosperity and blessedness each step of his way ahead. ... See MoreSee Less
PARTAP PUBLIC SCHOOL LUDHIANA EXPRESSES SOLIDARITY WITH THE FARMERS' MOVEMENT
The Management, Principal and Staff of Partap Public School Ludhiana came together today to express their solidarity with the farmer-movement.
They were pained by the fact that the people who were voted to power were unscrupulously working against the will of the citizens.
A certain segment of media too came in for condemnation for its endeavour to defame the farmer-movement.
It was unanimously decided that as education facilitators, each member needs to play a constructive role in furthering the cause of nation.
The entire faculty was saddened by the plight of elderly men and women who were spending days and nights in freezing temperatures in the open. The Govt's insensitivity and callousness faced censure.
The corporate-politician nexus is against the national interests. It makes one remind of what Ayn Rand said sixty three years ago, " When you see that trading is done, not by consent, but by compulsion–when you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing–when you see that money is flowing to those who deal, not in goods, but in favors–when you see that men get richer by graft and by pull than by work, and your laws don’t protect you against them, but protect them against you–when you see corruption being rewarded and honesty becoming a self-sacrifice–you may know that your society is doomed."
An exhibition of slogans by teachers, in numbers galore, painted the environment in revolutionary hues
The farmer-movement came in for much appreciation as it united the nation like never before and proved that no farmer was divided on the basis of caste, colour or creed - they were all mere victims of Machiavellian tactics.
We share with you some images with the hope that they will stir the conscience of a nation beginning to awake from its slumber.
With regrets, I wish to share with you the sad and untimely passing away of Tarlochan kaur, our esteemed Attendant.
A key member, she always conducted herself with professional elegance. For the non-teaching staff she was a guide, philosopher and friend. Her maturity and comely deportment made many a young teacher address her, 'aunty' - a title that she deservedly earned.
Her long years had virtually seen her as an attendant in - Pre-School, Primary School, Senior School and the Principal's office.
She has left behind a treasure-trove of memories. The prashad on 'sangrand' shall never be the same again. I shall always reminisce my association with her with much gratitude - be it the upkeep of my office, the umpteen cups of tea, the lunch in the office or the sundry jobs that she so gracefully performed.
Her passing away has left a void and many a moist eye. May the departed soul rest in peace.