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Winners at Annual Nehru Science Center Inter- School Quiz 2023 -24.

‘Unveiling the Power of Curiosity - The Journey of Champions at the Nehru Science Center Inter-School Quiz Contest’
“The true delight is in the finding out rather than in the knowing.” - Isaac Asimov.
It is with immense pride and joy that we announce the outstanding achievement of our students of class 6, Anaia Gangarde and Darsh Bisen from middle school category and class 10 students, Bhavya Bathija and Ashmit Sahoo, from high school category who both clinched second place at the prestigious Nehru Science Center Annual Inter-School Quiz Contest 2023-24 . In a battle of intellect and wit, they displayed unparalleled dedication, perseverance and a profound understanding of the scientific realm, ultimately emerging victorious against formidable opponents from various schools across Mumbai on the 6th of February, 2024.
Not only did they demonstrate exceptional knowledge, skill and dedication, but they also brought home tangible rewards that reflect their hard work and talent. Earning a cash prize, trophy, and certificate is a testament to the exemplary performance and unwavering commitment of our students. These accolades symbolise not only their individual brilliance but also the collective effort and teamwork that propelled them to success.
As we bask in the glow of our success we cannot overlook the crucial role played by students and parents who attended as the audience to cheer our quiz participants. The cheers, applause and encouragement echoed through the auditorium creating an atmosphere of camaraderie that uplifted the spirits and propelled our participants to give their best performance. The unwavering support exemplifies the spirit of solidarity and teamwork that defines us as true Sulonians.
In the quest for knowledge, every milestone achieved is a cause for celebration. We applaud our students for their stellar performance. May their triumph inspire future generations of students to pursue excellence, to strive for greatness, and to never cease in their pursuit of knowledge and learning.
Heartiest congratulations and Best wishes to our young stars!!

Winners at Annual Nehru Science Center Inter- School Quiz 2023 -24.

Sulonians grab 2nd place at Read & Review Competition

Rotary Club of Thane Hills introduced the mighty world of minds thoughtfully through a well -curated programme ‘Between the Covers’ had its maiden session on 10th February, 2024.
The Rotarians invited the young minds of Thane and its neighbouring areas to delve into the pages of some glimmering think -tanks’ books on self - improvement, and present those on the stage for qualitative improvement of our lives.
A team of students comprising Arav Chopra, Annika Vijay, Priya Deodhar , Archi Sawant, Sarthak Oak, Raam Korgaonkar and Anuva Bhadkamkar presented a book ‘ The 5 AM Club ‘written by the inimitable teacher, master Robin Sharma. In a uniquely Sulonian twist to the whole idea, the book ‘The 5 AM Club’ was presented by an emcee, Alice, from ‘The Alice in the Wonderland’ famed story. This bibliophiles’ delight came alive at Federation House, Wagle Estate, bringing into focus how re-choreographing our lives with the help of these world -renowned ideologues, is and will be a game -changer.
The icing on the cake was that our Std. 9 bravehearts, in the midst of all -pervading examination - madness, clinched the second spot! In their heart -warming feedback, the honourable judges appreciated the unique idea of introducing a book through another book! This about -to -be -a-yearly event created the much needed conversation around our life and the role that books can play in this age of mechanized living!

Sulonians grab 2nd place at Read & Review Competition

Std 10 outperforms at Rochak - The Indian Fest

“Experience is the best teacher of all things”
…and sulonians got to have one of the best experiences in an eventful Inter-School competition!
The students of Std. 10 participated in Rochak-The Indian Fest held in Christ Church School, Byculla on the occasion of Hindi Diwas on 14th September, 2023.
It was an exciting experience at the Christ Church School's campus and to see students from schools pan Bombay present there. There was a sense of pride instilled in all the participants for our school. The event gave students a chance to meet and socialise with other school students and learn about their talents, a chance to see them perform and learn new techniques.
In this inter-school competition the highlight was winning the championship trophy for the 9th and 10th standard category!
We bagged various prizes in the following competitions:
● 1st place in the ‘Hindi Pop Band’ competition
● 1st place in the ‘Fusion Dance’ competition
● 2nd place in the Essay Writing competition
● 4th place in the ‘Just a Minute’ and Photography competitions
● Tanish Chedda won the Best State Ambassador award in the Mr. Rochak competition
● Janhavi Saxena won the Best Costume award in the Ms. Rochak competition

Overall, it was an enriching experience, which students thoroughly enjoyed owing to the fun as well as the lessons they took from it. The memories will be forever etched in the minds of our young talented students.

Std 10 outperforms at Rochak - The Indian Fest

राष्ट्रीय राजभाषा हिंदी गौरव रत्न पुरस्कार

अंतरा पंचाल, ऋषि अग्रवाल, इशिता नायर, धृति अग्रवाल, जान्हवी सक्सेना और ईरा तांबे ये वे नाम हैं जिन्होंने राष्ट्रीय राजभाषा हिंदी गौरव रत्न पुरस्कार प्राप्त किया है। इन्हें प्रशस्ति पत्र व मैडल प्रदान किए गए। हिंदी भाषा के प्रति उनका लगाव अन्य छात्रों के लिए भीअनुकरणीय है।

महात्मा गांधी राजभाषा हिंदी प्रचार संस्था द्वारा आयोजित अखिल भारतीय राजभाषा हिंदी परीक्षा में श्रीमती सुलोचनादेवी सिंघानिया स्कूल के लगभग 350 छात्र सम्मिलित हुए थे, जिन्हें राष्ट्रीय राजभाषा रत्न पुरस्कार प्रदान किए गए। विद्यालय की प्रधानाध्यापिका श्रीमती रेवती श्रीनिवासन को भी आदर्श प्रधानाध्यापिका के पुरस्कार से सम्मानित किया गया।

राष्ट्रीय राजभाषा हिंदी गौरव रत्न पुरस्कार

Ramanujan Scholarship by Countingwell

The students of Std 6,7 and 8 bagged laurels in the prestigious Ramanujan Scholarship conducted by Countingwell.


1) Anay Tushar Somani from 6B is among the top 9 in the country and has secured a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/- .
2) 11 students of class 6 have secured the 1 st runners up position. Arnav Bhandari, Palash Dhaval Mundada, Siya Ashish Daga, Aksh Bharkatiya, Advay Milind Rane, Dhairya Kundan Suryarao, Ayush, Aarush Jain, Akhil Kumar, Aayush Sagwekar, Akshdha Sharma.

3) Following students have secured the 2 nd runners up position :
7 students of class 6 (Granth Rathod, Muhammad Owais Shaikh, Sia Sachin Wani, Tanay Tushar Somani, Sai Arun Fargade, Om Paritosh Chaugule, Saurish Swapnil Bendre)
3 students of class 7 (Anuj Rajendra Jambhekar, Aditi Sanjay Hake, Ved Harish Marath)
4 students of class 8 (Krisha Nayan Bauwa, Saniya Suhas, Bhavya Kamlesh Bathija, Ashmit Sahoo)

4) Following students have secured the 3 rd runners up position.
7 students of class 6 (Anvi Karambelkar, Garv Dokwal, Nysa Chouhan, Kushagra Upadhyay, Saisha Nayar, Aahana, Vihaan Kalpesh Shah)
2 students of class 7 (Ayush Balachandran, Venu Murali)
3 students of class 8 (Soham Subhash Sawant, Vivaan Novonil Guha, Pratham Makwana)

There was also a special message from Actor and Motivational Speaker Ashish Vidyarthi for all the students. The glorious accomplishments of these students are a thing to be revered and the school takes this opportunity to congratulate all the winners.

Ramanujan Scholarship by Countingwell

28th National Children's Science Congress, 2021

Aishwarya Iyer was working on the theme: Science for Sustainable Living.
Sub theme: Traditional Knowledge System for Sustainable Living
Project: A Greener Way to a Cleaner Day

Aishwarya was working on the Project “A Greener Way to a Cleaner Day” which comes under the category Traditional knowledge system for sustainable living. She used scientific observation, experimentation, research, google surveys and email interviews to study the harmful impacts of chemicals present in the household cleaning products on our health and environment . On the basis of her research, she suggested eco-friendly alternatives like Soapnuts (Reeta), white vinegar, etc. as a viable alternative to chemical detergents and floor cleaners.
Heartiest Congratulations to Aishwarya Iyer for her tremendous achievement.
Rujuta Joshi and Rutuja Nene were working on the theme: Science for Sustainable Living.
Sub theme: Traditional Knowledge System for Sustainable Living
Projects: Tea Tablets/ Nuggets
TEA is a very popular beverage in India consumed multiple times at home, office, outdoors and during travel. Tea Kits are extensively used across India to prepare instant Tea.
Tea Kits contain milk powder, sugar & tea dips packed in multi-layer plastic pouches. These pouches on use are not disposed properly & pollute the environment. The contents also often spill during use, resulting in wastage ; attract insects like flies which being carriers result in spread of infectious diseases.
Product ‘Tea Tablets’ made by Rujuta and Rutuja using knowledge of traditional Indian cooking systems (used in making sweets) is completely consumable, environment friendly and hygienic alternative to instant Tea making kits. Heartiest Congratulations to Rujuta Joshi and Rutuja Nene for their tremendous achievement.
Advay Deo was working on the theme: Science for Sustainable Living.
Sub theme: Appropriate technology for sustainable living. Project: Workplace Extends, Environment Sustains In the lockdown the pollution levels were quite low. It was because of the reduction of vehicles on the road. Most of these were of office goers commuting to their workplaces. Advay's conceptual model “Workplace in A Box” aims to deliver the core and non-core functions of offices anytime, anywhere with convenience. It also tackles the stress problems through AI based monitoring, consultation and fake commute. The social interaction problems have been addressed by features like recreation centres and online café facilities. Thus, it makes sure that the working system is employer - employee friendly as well win-win situation for the environment and human beings.
Heartiest Congratulations to Advay Deo for his tremendous achievement.
28th National Children's Science Congress, 2021

28th National Children's Science Congress, 2021

Sulonians shine at Shines at CISCE National Athletic Meet 2023

In a spectacular display of talent, determination, and unwavering spirit, the students of Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School showcased their athletic prowess at the CISCE National Athletic Meet 2023. Representing Team Maharashtra, these young athletes left an indelible mark, not only by clinching the overall championship but also by bagging a multitude of medals. Their exceptional achievements are a testament to their dedication and hard work.

Under 14 Category - Boys/Girls:
· Dhairya Suryarao: The young sensation Dhairya Suryarao brought home a double silver delight, clinching the 100m and 200m silver medals. His lightning-fast sprints captivated the audience and earned him a well-deserved spot on the podium.
· Aniruddha Namboodri: Aniruddha Namboodri's remarkable performance in the 4x100m Relay led Team Maharashtra to gold. His impeccable teamwork and swift baton exchanges were a key factor in securing this victory.
Under 17 Category - Boys/Girls:

· Aaron Phillips: Aaron Phillips set the track ablaze with his incredible speed, claiming the 200m gold with a new meet record and the 100m gold. His record-breaking performance is a testament to his extraordinary talent.
· Tanish Chheda: Tanish Chheda displayed exceptional endurance and technique in the 5000m race walk, securing the silver medal. His ability to maintain pace and technique over the long distance race walk is truly commendable.
· Preksha Kolte: Preksha Kolte exhibited her sprinting prowess by bagging the silver in both the 200m and 400m events. Her consistency in high-pressure situations is a testament to her training and dedication.
· Shrestha Shetty: Shrestha Shetty demonstrated her versatility by clinching the 100m gold and the 200m bronze. Her determination and focus in multiple events are truly praiseworthy.
· Atharva Bhoir: Atharva Bhoir showcased his prowess in the 200m event, securing a well-deserved bronze. His performance highlighted his speed and competitive spirit.

Congratulations to the young athletes of Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School for their outstanding performances at the CISCE National Athletic Meet 2023. We eagerly anticipate their future endeavors and the continued glory they will bring to their school and state.

Sulonians shine at Shines at CISCE National Athletic Meet 2023

Achieving Victory in the Regional Athletics Meet 2023

We are thrilled to announce our exceptional achievement at the Regional Athletics Meet 2023, where our dedicated athletes competed in various age categories, including under 14, under 17, and under 19 boys and girls. We emerged victorious as the overall champions with a remarkable total of 65 points, showcasing our dedication, skill, and perseverance in the world of athletics.

Group Achievements:
Under 17 Girls: Group Winners
Under 17 Boys: Group Runners-Up
Under 14 Boys: Group Runners-Up

Individual Championship:
Under 17 Boys: Aaron Phillips secured first place and set two meet records.
Under 17 Girls: Shreshtha Shetty demonstrated outstanding performance.

Detailed Results:
Under 14 Boys/Girls:
Dhairya Suryarao - Silver in 200m and 100m, Gold in Long Jump.
Aniruddha Namboodri - Silver in 400m.
Risa Fernandes - Silver in 200m and Bronze in Long Jump.

Under 17 Boys/Girls:
Shrestha Shetty - Gold in 200m and Long Jump, Silver in 100m.
Anaia Baxter - Silver in High Jump.
Saisha Nayar - Silver in Javelin and Bronze in Shot Put.
Preksha Kolte - Bronze in 100m, Silver in 200m and 400m.

Boys U/17:
Atharva Bhoir - Silver in 200m.
Tanish Chheda - Gold in 5000m Walk, setting a New Meet Record (NMR)
Aaron Phillips - Gold in 100m and 200m, setting New Meet Records (NMR),
Jainam Vora - Bronze in 400m Hurdles (BMR).

Under 19 Boys/Girls:
Daksh Mehta - Bronze in Triple Jump.
We are immensely proud to share that our students and their coach, Mr. Dattatray Tarde, received trophies from the Secretary of AISM, Mrs. Perin Bagli. Additionally, Mr. Tarde has been selected as the coach for the Maharashtra team at the Nationals, a testament to his exceptional coaching skills.
We extend our heartfelt congratulations to each and every athlete who contributed to this outstanding achievement. We would also like to express our gratitude to all the staff, parents, and PE coaches for their unwavering support throughout this journey. Your dedication and encouragement played a vital role in our success.

Achieving Victory in the Regional Athletics Meet 2023

Outstanding Achievements by Our School Volleyball Team

We are thrilled to share some remarkable achievements by our dedicated and talented girls from the school's volleyball team. Their exceptional performance at the CISCE Volleyball competition, held at St. Judes School in Kottagiri, Tamil Nadu, has made us immensely proud.

Under 14 Category: In the Under 14 category, representing the Maharashtra Volleyball Team, Dhruvi Pisal from 7th standard exhibited her exceptional skills and determination, securing a well-deserved silver medal.

Under 17 Category: Continuing the legacy of excellence, Mihika Dhawan from 10th standard shone in the Under 17 category, clinching another silver medal .

Under 19 Category: In the highly competitive Under 19 category, Yashashvi Yadav's outstanding performance not only earned her a place on the School Games Federation of India (SGFI) team but also filled our hearts with immense pride. Her dedication, passion, and remarkable skills have paved the way for this incredible opportunity.

These achievements not only reflect the exceptional talent and hard work of our students but also showcase the excellent training and support they receive from our school. We are immensely proud of Dhruvi Pisal, Mihika Dhawan, and Yashashvi Yadav for their remarkable achievements and wish them continued success in their volleyball journey. This is a moment of great pride for our school, and we look forward to more such achievements in the future.

Outstanding Achievements by Our School Volleyball Team

Sulonians' spectacular performance at the DSO Table Tennis Tournament

We are thrilled to celebrate the remarkable achievements of our talented students who participated in the DSO Table Tennis Tournament organized by the Pinnacle Table Tennis Academy in Thane. Their dedication, hard work, and exceptional skills have earned them well-deserved recognition and medals.
In the U/14 Girls category, we witnessed an extraordinary performance as Saanvi Puranik, Kiara Jain, Anvi Karambelkar, Saanvika Bauva, and Tanisha Chemburkar secured 1st place Gold. These outstanding players have not only claimed victory but also earned a place in the Division level.
The Under 17 Girls category saw a display of tremendous talent, with Sukrati Sharma, Anvi Gupte, Jayne Vikam, Kimaya Bauva, and Saanvi Inamdar clinching the 1st place Gold. Their stellar performance has also granted them the opportunity to compete in the Divisional DSO Tournament.
Our Under 17 Boys, represented by Ayush Gopal, Dhruv Vasaikar, and Dharmik Patel, secured the 2nd Place Silver, showcasing their incredible table tennis skills. In the Individual selection category, Dhruv Vasaikar achieved an impressive 3rd place.
In the U19 categories, our students shone once again. The U19 Boys, featuring Manomay Modak, Aditya Joshi, Anmol Saraf, and Garv Utekar, earned 2nd place Silver. Additionally, Manomay Modak and Aditya Joshi individually took the top spots with a 1st and 2nd place finish, respectively.
In the Under 19 Girls category, Devashree Tarde, Priyanshi Vyas, Tanishka Thokade, Shruti Rane, and Navya Pillai secured the 3rd place Bronze. In the Individual selections for DSO, Devashree Tarde secured Gold, and Priyanshi Vyas earned Silver.
These remarkable accomplishments are a testament to the talent, hard work, and dedication of our students. We are extremely proud of their achievements and look forward to seeing them continue to excel in their table tennis endeavors. Congratulations to all the medalists and individual achievers!

Sulonians' spectacular performance at the DSO Table Tennis Tournament

Sulonians shine at the CISCE Table Tennis Tournament

In a remarkable display of talent and dedication, students from our school have shine bright at the CISCE Table Tennis Tournament
At the Under 14 girls CISCE Table Tennis Tournament organized by Pawar Public School, four of our young athletes achieved exceptional results. First, Sanvi Puranik secured an impressive 2nd place at the zonal level, showcasing her exceptional skills. Kiara Jain also put up a strong performance, finishing 4th at the zonal level and 6th at the regional level. Saanvika Bauva, on the other hand, displayed her prowess by clinching 1st place at both the zonal and regional levels, and she made us proud with her 4th place finish at the national level. Anvi Karambelkar's determination shone through as she claimed 5th place at the zonal level, 3rd at the regional level, and 5th at the national level.
Saanvika Bauva and Anvi Karambelkar's exceptional skills have not gone unnoticed, as they have been selected for the School Games Federation of India (SGFI).
Moving up to the Under 17 Girls CISCE Table Tennis Tournament organized by R. B. K School, our students continued to excel. Sukrati Sharma emerged as the zone champion and secured 2nd place at the regional level, a remarkable feat. Anvi Gupte showcased her talent by securing 2nd place at the zonal level, 1st place at the regional level, and 8th place at the national level. Jayne Vikam also made us proud with a 3rd place finish at the zonal level and 5th place at the regional level.
In the Under 19 girls CISCE Table Tennis Tournament, Devashree Tarde proved herself to be a true sports enthusiast. Her remarkable journey includes achieving top positions in the zonal, regional, and national tournaments. Most notably, Devashree's extraordinary skills have earned her a coveted spot in the School Games Federation of India.
These achievements are a testament to the unwavering commitment and hard work of our students and the excellent guidance and support provided by their parents, coaches and school. They have not only brought glory to our institution but have also inspired others to pursue their passions with dedication and determination.

Sulonians shine at the CISCE Table Tennis Tournament

Triumphant Victory at DSO Lawn Tennis Tournament

Triumphant Victory for Our School's Tennis Champions at DSO Lawn Tennis Tournament
The recently concluded DSO Lawn Tennis Tournament held at the Officers Club witnessed a stellar performance by our school's talented athletes. Their exemplary dedication, skill, and sportsmanship not only brought glory to our institution but also earned them well-deserved recognition at various levels of competition.

District Level:
Under 14 Girls Category:
Tamanna Nair showcased her exceptional tennis skills, securing the coveted 1st. Her remarkable performance demonstrated her commitment and relentless practice, which culminated in this well-deserved victory.
Janisha Biyani talent shone through as she claimed the 2nd place in the same category, a testament to her dedication to the sport.

Under 17 Girls Category:
Manasi Tamhankar's incredible performance earned her the 2nd place in the Under 17 Girls category.
Under 19 Girls Category:
Saisha Nayar demonstrated her unyielding commitment to tennis, securing the 1st place in the Under 19 Girls category. Her victory in this highly competitive category is a testament to her hard work and dedication.
DSO Division Level:
Taking their success to the next level, our students excelled at the DSO Division level, further cementing their reputation as promising tennis players.
Under 14 Girls Category:
Tamanna Nair's exceptional performance earned her the 1st place at the division level, and her skills have earned her a spot in the upcoming State-level competition.
Under 19 Girls Category:
Saisha Nayar's tenacity and remarkable talent shone through as she clinched the 4th place in the Under 19 Girls category at the division level. Her impressive performance has also secured her a spot in the upcoming State-level competition.
These remarkable achievements at both district and division levels underscore the dedication, hard work, and exceptional talent of our school's tennis champions. Their victories not only reflect their commitment to tennis but also serve as an inspiration to all aspiring athletes within our school and community. We are incredibly proud of their accomplishments and look forward to seeing them excel.

Triumphant Victory at DSO Lawn Tennis Tournament

Outstanding Achievements at CISCE Swimming Nationals 2023

Our school is elated to announce the remarkable accomplishments of our six talented swimmers who participated in the prestigious CISCE Swimming Nationals 2023 held at the Centre for Sports Excellence in Bengaluru from September 23rd to September 25th, 2023. These young athletes displayed exceptional dedication and skill, making us incredibly proud.
The participants from our school were divided into different age categories, showcasing their prowess in various swimming events:
U -14 Boys: Jassh Raikundalia, Pranay Bharam and Atharva Ghag
U - 17 Boys: Rohan Ambure
U -17 Girls: Anvita Gajare
U -19 Boys: Vedant Gokhale
Each of these swimmers put forth their best performances, leaving a lasting impression on the competition.
In the Boys U – 14 category, Jassh Mitesh Raikundalia emerged as a standout performer, bagging an impressive 2 Gold and 1 Silver Medal. His achievements included: 100m Breaststroke - Gold medal, 200m Butterfly - Silver medal and 4 x 100m Individual Medley Relay - Gold medal.
In the Boys U -19 category, Vedant Swapnil Gokhale showcased his remarkable swimming abilities, securing 2 Silver and 3 Bronze Medals. His individual achievements comprised: 50m Freestyle - Silver Medal, 200m Freestyle - Silver Medal, 100m Freestyle - Bronze Medal. Additionally, Vedant contributed to the team's success with the following relay medals: 4x100 Freestyle Relay – Bronze and 4x100 Medley Relay - Bronze Medal.
Both Jassh Raikundalia and Vedant Gokhale have been selected for the SGFI Nationals (School Games Federation of India), further demonstrating their commitment and potential in the world of competitive swimming.
We extend our heartiest congratulations to all the winners and participants, as well as their proud parents. Their dedication, hard work, and achievements have made our school community immensely proud. These young swimmers serve as an inspiration to us all, and we look forward to witnessing their continued success in the future.

Outstanding Achievements at CISCE Swimming Nationals 2023

Victory at the 20th CISCE Zonal Athletics Championship 2023!

Victory at the 20th CISCE Zonal Athletics Championship 2023! We are thrilled to announce our remarkable achievement at the 20th CISCE Zonal Athletics Championship 2023 held at the prestigious PDP Ground in Mumbai, from September 25th to 27th. Against fierce competition from 117 schools and more than 6000 athletes, we emerged victorious, securing the Overall Championship with an astounding 133 points!

But that's not all! Our talented athletes also clinched individual championships in two categories:

· Boys U/8 - Archit More, scoring an impressive 10 points.
· Boys U/14 - Dhairya Suryrao, shining with 15 points.
Here's a glimpse of our incredible results across various age categories:

Boys and Girls U/8:
· Archit More: 50m Gold, 100m Gold
· Ridit Choubey: 50m Silver, 100m Silver
· Kashvii Karanjkar: 100m Bronze

Boys and Girls U/12:
· Khushi Korgaonker: Shot Put Bronze
· Ira Jadhav, Kavya Kanagale, Saanvi Patil, Akshara Vemula: Girls 4×100m Relay - Bronze

Boys and Girls U/14:
· Dhairya Suryrao: 200m Gold, Long Jump Gold, 100m Gold
· Risa Fernandes: 200m Gold, Long Jump Bronze
· Aniruddh Namboodri: 400m Gold
· Aniruddh Namboodri, Dhairya Suryrao, Dhruv Shirodkar, Pratham Shetty: Boys 4×100m Relay - Gold
· Risa Fernandes, Kanush Parab, Nupur Bhat, Sachi Kalmady: Girls 4×100m Relay - Silver

Boys and Girls U/17:
· Atharva Bhoir: 200m Gold, 100m Gold
· Aaron Philips: 200m Silver, 100m Silver
· Tanish Chheda: 5k Walk Gold
· Gaurish Waghmare: Shot Put Silver
· Ved Marath: Shot Put Bronze
· Jainam Vora: 400m Hurdles Bronze
· Mihika Surve: 200m Gold, 400m Gold
· Shreshtha Shetty: Long Jump Gold, 200m Silver, 100m Silver
· Preksha Kolte: 400m Silver, 200m Bronze, 100m Bronze
· Aania Baxter: High Jump Gold
· Saisha Nayer: Javelin Throw Silver, Shot Put Silver
· Atharva Bhoir, Aaron Philips, Jainam Vora,Vihaan Jog: Boys 4×100m Relay – Bronze
· Shreshtha Shetty, Saisha Nayar, Preksha Kolte, Mihika Surve: Girls 4×100m Relay - Gold

Boys and Girls U/19:
· Daksh Mehta: Triple Jump Gold, 800m Bronze
· Sparsh Thakkar: Discus Throw Bronze
· Rebecca Rodrigues: 100m Silver
· Prachi Shetty, Rebecca Rodrigues, Srimti Nagda, Tanaya Kulkarni: Girls 4×100m Relay - Bronze

Our total medal count stands at an impressive 17 Gold, 36 Silver, and 12 Bronze medals, reflecting our unwavering dedication, passion, and commitment to excellence.
Thank you to our outstanding athletes, coaches, and supporters who made this historic victory possible. Together, we have proven that with determination and teamwork, we can conquer any challenge.

#Champions2023 #CISCEZonalChampionship #Athletics #Victory #TeamSpirit

Victory at the 20th CISCE Zonal Athletics Championship 2023!

Dream High, Fly Higher

"It may be that those who do most, dream most." Dreams often mirror the perseverance and dedication of an individual to achieve seemingly unattainable goals. It was a momentous achievement for Harsh Modi of Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School to be selected for the Republic Day Camp (RDC) held at the Rajpath in New Delhi. Lakhs of people aspire, but only the exceptionally talented ones are handpicked for the RDC and Harsh was one of the proud Indians to be bestowed with this honour. He was one of the youngest cadets representing Maharashtra as the Best Cadet NCC (AirWing) on Republic Day 2020 at Delhi.
The selection process went on for about three months. They were rigorously trained for Parade, Firing and there were constant eliminations. Sergeant Harsh Modi was a part of the Prime Minister's Rally held at Cariappa Parade Ground on 28th January 2020. He was the only junior cadet of NCC Airwing from Maharashtra India RDC 2020. He got an opportunity to interact with the Hon. President Shri Ram Nath Kovind, Chief of Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria, Raksha Rajya Mantari Shri Shripad Naik, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Karambir Singh, Director General of National Cadet Corps (NCC) Lt. Gen. Rajeev Chopra. He met Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi and Defence Minister Shri Rajnath Singh as well. Apart from being the best cadet of Maharashtra, Harsh also represented Maharashtra Directorate as the Line area briefer. He also excelled in cultural events like ballet, group dance, as well as in national integration awareness programme. Harsh had the honour of being felicitated by Governor of Maharashtra, Shri. Bhagat Singh Koshiyari and the Chief Minister Shri Uddhav Thackeray. The school has sent five cadets for the RDC of which Harsh Modi is the first boy cadet in succession so far. Director of Education and Principal of Smt. Sulochanadevi Singhania School, Mrs. Revathi Srinivasan is the pioneer and initiator of NCC in the school. She believes in motivating the cadets and inspiring them to follow their dreams and achieve their goals. Harsh is indeed lucky to be mentored by Mrs. Revathi Srinivasan and other faculty of the school. Sergeant Harsh Modi aspires to serve the country by joining the Indian Air Force as a fighter pilot. Kudos to Harsh for effective and commendable participation and noteworthy representation of our state and the school. Dream high and fly higher, the sky is actually the limit is proved by students like Harsh.

Dream High, Fly Higher

ANNOUNCEMENTS
ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • The first round of admission forms for admission to IBDP Grade XI is closed. Forms will now be available in the second round from 15th March to 31st March.