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Success at jvps 2022 (Vatan khel Mela)

 




*"Without Hard Work, Nothing Grows But Weeds."*

Vatikans keep their studies parallel to their physical development. They keep on engaging themselves into various games and sports.
🏅 *Master Danny Sharma* of grade VIII participated in Vatan khel Mela. He secured *Broze Medal* for himself by playing wonderfully in 🏸 *Table Tennis State Competition Under 14 Boys, held at Barnala* (19-20 October)
🏅JVPS congratulates you, coach and the whole family.
🏅Keep working hard and keep shining.

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