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New Beginning Welcome to JVPS

JVPS welcomed it's youngest batch of students, Kindergartners, on 14th March 2022. 

There were mixed feelings of excitement, anxiousness and happiness among students, Parents and teachers. 

The tiny tots were joyous and enthusiastic while participating in activities conducted today. 

Playing out in open space served as an emotional boost and helped the bigners to adjust into the new environment. 

The first day in classroom was overwhelming for students and teachers. 

Principal Ms Rinki Chakraborty Singh and Coordinator Ms Bhavana and kindergarten teachers were all present and excited to see the children entering into school premises. 

Teachers were there to guide students during dispersal, after a highly successful day at # JVPS.#




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