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Boond
2014-15
KILBIL- DAY CARE CENTRE
Near AECS No. 4, Anushaktinagar, Mumbai - 400094
Tel.: 25570055/25570054/25597707
e-mail: aewskilbil@gmail.com
website: www.mykilbil.org
Governing Council, AEWS
Shri. S. G. Markandeya,
Managing Committee, AEWS
Chairman
Shri . V. Govindankutty
Controller, BARC
Shri. V. Govindankutty,
CAO (P), BARC.
Secretary
Shri P. V. Jagdeesan, DCA,
CAO (P), BARC.
Shri P. V. Jagdeesan, DCA,
Chairman
Member
Works, BARC
Treasurer
Smt. Padma Ranji
Member
Works, BARC
Smt. Rosaline Mishra
Shri. Pradeep Dongre,
Member
Parent Member
(Kislay Section)
AGM (C&MM), NPCIL
Smt. Monica Abhishek Tiwari
Shri. Pradeep Agarwal,
(Alternate)
Member
Chief Engineer (C1), DCS&EM
Shri Purushottam T. Ghare
Parent Member
(Kiran Section)
Dr. (Smt.) Alpa Amin,
Member
Head, Pediatric Unit, BARC Hospital
Shri. A. K. Behera
Member
Smt. Namita Singh
(Alternate)
Smt. Sheetal Uppal
Parent Member
Internal Financial Advisor, DPS
Shri. V. M. Thomas,
(Kinjal Section)
Member
Smt. Harneel Kamal Deep Kaur
(Alternate)
Chief Administrative Officer, HWB
Shri. Rajendra Venkatesh Hawaldar Parent Member
Smt. Padma Ranji,
Member
Kishore Section)
Medical Social Welfare Officer, BARC Hospital
Shri. N.V.S.V. Prasad,
Smt. Mala N. Rao
Member
(Alternate)
Smt. Shashi Prabha
Under Secretary (IR&W), DAE
Manager, Kilbil
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Secretary
CONTENTS
FROM THE EDITOR'S DESK ................................... 4
WORDS OF WISDOM ............................................... 5
JOKES AND RIDDLES ........................................... 10
CROSSWORDS ...................................................... 12
OUR BUDDING ARTISTS ....................................... 13
OUR LITTLE POETS ............................................... 20
KILBIL SPORT'S (2014) .......................................... 22
BALANCE SHEET – 2013 - 2014 ............................ 26
Front Cover Design By:
SHREYA REPAKA
Back Cover Design By:
SHIV SHREERAM
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Dear All,
As famous English writer George bernard Shaw once said "We don't stop
playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing !!" Play is often
talked about as if it's a relief from serious learning. But for children, play is serious
learning. Unstructured, free play is really the work of childhood.
While it may look like mere child's play to you, there is a lot of work going on
behind the scenes. As they play, children learn to solve problems and to get along with
others. The enhance their creativity and develop healthy personalities. As a child
learns to reach, grasp, crawl, run climb and balance, physical skills are developed.
Dexterity develops when the child handles toys or other objects. Learning to cooperate
& share, negotiate, take turns and play by the rules are important interpersonal lifetime
skills, all of which play fosters.
Play also offers an ideal opportunity for parents to engage fully with their
children. However, despite the huge benefits, time for free unstructured play has been
markedly reduced for some children. This may be due to a hurried lifestyle, changes in
family structure and increased attention to academics & enrichment activities at the
expense of recess or free child-centered play. Too often these days, parents feel they
have no choice but to pack their child's schedules with adult-supervised, adult-driven
activities such as organized sports.
Have the courage to say No. Be honest with yourself and your children. Instead
of feeling guilty and worrying that if you don't to everything possible, don't go the extra
mile, your kids will suffer, will be deprived, or will fall behind their peers, understand
that sometimes the best thing a parent can do for a child is - nothing. Children are not
miniature adults - there will be plenty of time for them to be stressed and overworked
when they actually are adults. In short, don't forget to let your child be a child.
We appreciate all the parents and teachers of KILBIL who understand that
children need the freedom and time to play; who ensure that our children do not "just
play"; they develop life skills. So keep playing..........
Anu Ghosh
Shashi Prabha
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Goodbye dear KILBIL....
Dear KILBIL,
It's time to say goodbye,
My heart feels sad and,
there are tears in my eyes.
I have to leave my best friends,
and all the wonderful games
will now come to an end.
When mummy and daddy were away
Kilbil kept me safe.
Eating, sleeping, playing together
with Yashoda, Kimaya, Tanu and Reeya
I never missed father or mother.
Sometimes I fought, sometimes I cried,
and sometimes I laughed and sometimes I tried !
Annual day, sports day and water play
were all my favorite days.
All the teachers and aunties
who gave me so much care and love,
I can never thank them enough.
So long, farewell, it's time to say goodbye,
Adieu, adieu to you and you and you......
Shreya Repaka,
Kinjal Section
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Thoughts
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The good man brings good things out of the good stored up in
his heart, and the evil man brings evil things out of the evil
stored up in his heart. For out of overflow of his heart his
mouth speaks.
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Strong people are made by opposition, like kites that go up
against wind.
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Bad events occur to good people to make them better not
bitter.
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Take risks in your life. If you win, you can lead. If you loose,
you can guide.
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Show respect for everyone who works for a living, regardless
of how trivial is their job.
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The true measure of success is how many times you can
bounce from failure.
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For every minute you are angry, you loose sixty seconds of
happiness.
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Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.
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Count your age by friends, not years. Count your life by
smiles, not tears.
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Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you
do are in harmony.
By Vidushi Kalra
(KISHORE Section)
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Kinjal Section
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The Flying Elephant
Once upon a time, there lived a farmer. He took good care of his sugarcane
fields. One night when he was sleeping, an elephant came from the sky and ate all
his sugarcane. When the farmer saw in the morning that his sugarcane field was
destroyed, he became very sad. He thought, 'Today night I will see who is
destroying my sugarcane field.' When it became dark, he sat near his window and
began to watch his fields. After sometime, he saw an elephant coming from the
sky. When the elephant finished eating the sugarcane, he started going back to
the sky. The farmer ran behind him and caught hold of his tail and began to go up
into the sky with the elephant. Soon they reached God's palace. There, God
asked him, “Why did you come here?” He replied, “This elephant was eating my
sugarcane.” God said, “I will give you whatever you want, but you have to leave my
elephant”. The farmer asked for lots of money. With this money he made a big
house. The villagers were very surprised to see the farmer's big house and
wondered from where he got so much money. They asked the farmer's wife,
“From where did you get all this money?” The farmer's wife told them
everything. The villagers also wanted to get money from God. So they also
prepared a sugarcane field. When it became dark, they say an elephant coming
down from the sky. When the elephant had finished eating sugarcane, he began
to go back to the sky. A man ran behind him and caught hold of his tail. The other
villagers ran behind the man and caught hold of the man's feet. Soon they were
all going up with the elephant. They started thinking what they would ask from
God. The man who was holding the elephant's tail forgot that he was holding it. He
let go of the tail and along with him all the villagers fell down. They thought that
the elephant will come back again and waited for many days. But the elephant
didn't come back because God had made a sugarcane field outside His palace and
when the elephant wanted to eat sugarcane he ate from God's field.
By Aarushi Mudgal
(KISHORE Section)
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MY TRIP TO AURANGABAD
Hi friends! You all must know about the Ajanta and Ellora caves. But do you know why
they are famous? I will tell you why.
I went to Aurangabad for two days. On the first day I went to Ajanta caves. They are
famous for their paintings but the sculptures also very nice. The colours were made from
flowers, leaves, minerals etc. the paintings are based on Gautama Buddha and stories of his
life. These caves were made around 2nd century BC. It is amazing to see that in those times
also people could do so difficult paintings and carvings. After the caves were made they were
abandoned and forest grown over it. The caves were afterwards found by a British John Smith
in the year 1819.
The next day I went to Ellora caves. It is famous for the sculptures and carvings. Ellora
is the only place in India which has temples of three religions together which are: Hinduism,
Buddhism and Jainism. The Buddhist caves have very beautiful statue of Buddha. The Hindu
caves are mainly based on lord Shiva. This is the biggest monolith Hindu cave. This temple has
been named Kailash. These two places have been declared as world heritage site by
archeological survey of India. Many national and international tourists come here every year. I
liked this trip very much and you should also visit once.
By-Archita Y.
(KISHORE Section)
Facts
* Did you know that human nose can remember up to 50000 different types of scents.
* Do you know that on average, men have larger noses than women !
* You know, you have no sense of smell when you're sleeping !
* You know you can see your nose all the time but somehow your brain always ignores it !
* Do you know the similarity between human body and a banana ? You will be amazed to know
that 50% of human DNA is same as in banana !
* The human body has enough iron in it to make 3 inches long nail.
Maths Magic
From 0 to 1,000, the letter "A" only appears in 1,000 ("one thousand")
12,345,678,987,654,321 is the product of 111,111,111 x 111, 111, 111. Notice the sequence of
the number in the English language that is spelt with the same number of letters as the
number itself.
By Sheev Shree Ram (Kishore)
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............... Jokes and Riddles
Jokes
—
Father : son, there is a life beyond facebook.
Son : Really, please share the link to it.
—
A boy slept on his book while studying. His father saw him and said, “Few
minutes ago, he was on facebook and now his face is on book.
—
School Life
Most irritating moment- morning alarm
Most difficult task- to find socks'
Most dreadful journey- way to class
Most lovely time- meeting friends
Most tragic moments- surprise test in Ist period
Most wonderful news- Teacher is absent
Riddles
1.
It keeps you nice and very neat,
Has lots of teeth but cannot eat.
2.
It runs all night, and runs all day,
But never, ever runs away.
3.
Sits on the table by your plate and cup,
If it falls down, it might stuck up.
4.
Sometimes curly, sometimes flat.
It's over the head and under the hat.
Answers : 1. Comb 2. Clock 3. Fork
4. Hair
By-Vidushi
(KISHORE Section)
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............... Jokes and Riddles
RIDDLES
Q1 : What has one head, one foot and four legs?
Q2 : David's father had three sons: Snap, Crackle,
and?
Q3 : If you were in a race and passed the person in
2nd place, what place would you be in?
Q4 : What goes up, but never comes down?
Q5 : How many books can you put into an empty backpack?
Q6 : Which weighs more, a ton of feathers or a ton of bricks?
Q7 : How many months have 28 days?
Q8 : What has two hands, a round face, always runs, but stays in place?
Q9 : Where does success come before work?
Q10 : What breaks when you say it?
Answers
1) A Bed, 2) David, 3) 2nd place, 4)your age, 5) One! After that it's not empty,
6) Neither, they both weigh a ton, 7) All of them, 8) A clock, 9) In the
dictionary, 10) Silence
By - Pranav Ghate
Kinjal Section
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............... Crosswords
Transport
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1
3
5
4
7
6
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9
10
11
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Vidushi Kalra
Kishore Section
Across:
Down:
3. Boat which sails underwater.
1. Small boat which tugs big ships into the harbour.
5. The 'Titanic' was a __________ on
2. Heavy metal object used to keep boats from
whom a movie was made.
6. Narrow boat with pointed ends.
7. A structure made across a river or road
so that people can pass over it.
11. A vehicle which travels across the
water without touching it.
12. A soil boat.
drifting.
4. Boats which move at great speed and are used
for sports
8. Boatmen _________ people across the water.
Rhymes with 'merry'
9. A flat piece of wood used to row a boat. Rhymes
with 'boar'
10. A person who works on a ship and is a member of
Answers:
the crew.
Across : 3. Submarine, 5. Ship,
Answers:
6. Canoe, 7. Bridge, 11. Hovercraft,
Down : 1. Tugboat, 2. Anchor, 4. Speedboat,
12. Yatch
8 Ferry, 9. Oar, 10. Sailor
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..... Our Budding Artists
Reeya Pancholi
Kishore Section
Priyansh
Shreyan - Manna
Karmanya
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..... Our Budding Artists
Day Care Cartoons
As a mother it is very difficult to send a child to any day care. We are quite fortunate to
have Kilbil. I am sharing few cartoons on 'day care' with all of you through this annual
magazine of Kilbil.
This must be experienced by many Moms !
Even this can happen!!!
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..... Our Budding Artists
Dracula will send his children to…..
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..... Our Budding Artists
Source: www.cartoonstock.com
Dhanashree (Yashoda's Mother, Kishore)
Ashvi A.
Shreyan - Manna
Shreyan - Manna
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............... Crosswords
On the Rainy Day
2
1
3
4
6
7
8
9
10
Vatsal Kalra
Kinjal Section
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Down:
1. Moisture of the atmosphere falling in
Across:
drops of water. Rhymes with “gain”.
3. Due to heavy rains water collects in low lying
areas.
2. Mass of condensed water vapour floating
in the sky. Rhymes with “proud”.
6. Very heavy rain.
3. Fling water. Rhymes with “lash”.
7. A folding objects which we use to protect
8. Waterproof garment we wear during rains.
ourselves during rain.
10. Boat made by folding paper.
9. Opposite of light.
11. Collecting and overflowing of rainwater
especially in rivers.
Answers:
Answers:
Across : 3. Waterlogging, 6. Downpour,
Down : 1. Rain, 2. Cloud, 4. Splash,
7. Umbrella, 9. Heavy, 11. Flooding.
8 Raincoat, 10. Paper boat.
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............... Crosswords
PUZZLE
We all are there in Kilbil, to help you, nurture you and take care of you. Of course we
all love you a lot. But Yashoda has encrypted us!! Do a little favour by decoding our
names.
SHASHI PRABHA
AARTI
NEERU
RAJANI
LATHIKA
KAVITHA
SUNAYANA
SHAKEELA
SHRUTI
SAYRABANO
JYOTI
ANITA
JYOTI
VAISHALI
MANI
SUJATA
MAMBADEVI
JAYASHTREE
MARY
PRAGATI
SUMITRA
BHAGWAN
NANDA
SANGEETA
VIJAYA
RAKESH
SUREKHA
FARAH
SUNITA
ASHOK
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6 1 18 1 8
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19 8 18 21 9
19 21 14 1 25 1 14 1
10 25 15 20 9
10 25 15 20 1
13 1 13 2 1 4 5 22 9
13 1 14 9
19 21 13 9 20 18 1
13 1 18 25
22 9 10 1 25 1
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19 21 14 9 20 1
19 21 18 5 11 8 1
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18 1 10 1 14 9
11 1 22 9 20 8 1
19 8 1 11 5 5 12 1
19 1 24 18 12 1 14 15
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19 21 10 1 20 1
10 1 25 1 19 8 18 5 5
19 8 1 19 8 9 16 18 1 2 8 1
2 8 1 7 23 1 14
19 1 14 7 5 5
18 1 11 5 19 8
12 1 20 8 9 11 1
Yashoda
(Kishore Section)
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……Our Budding Artist
SANURAAG MISHRA
Class-VI
(Kishore Section)
Thakarshi Jayandha
Class-III G
AECS-4
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............... Our Little Poets
FUN RHYME
This is a popular nursery rhyme retold scientifically. Can you guess
what is it?
Both sides of the face below the eyes are flabby, the protruding part
of the lower jaw is hallow, both the fleshy folds of tissue that
surround the mouth are crimson in colour and small whitish structures
found inside the jaws of many vertebrates are inside. A dense growth
of threadlike structures on the human head is coiled, the human is
extremely pale, the organs of sight are of the colour of sapphire, yet is
exquisite. Are you the preference of a person whose occupation is
educating? Agreed thrice!
Answer: Chubby cheeks, dimple chin
DATRIK.JAYANI
(Kinjal Section)
The Zebra Crossing
The zebra crossing,
Is made for us.
Traffic will stop,
As if we're the boss.
Look to your left,
Look to your right,
Wait for your green light,
Then step on the lines.
Black and White, black and white !
Wait for your green light,
Then step on the lines.
Sahishnu Pal,
(Kinjal Section)
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............... Our Little Poets
KOI BAAT NAHI
We Indians do what
We know we should not!
We might fight with auto driver for Rs.2/But we have set records in giving donations
at Religious places
And everytime we say just one thing
Koi baat nahi.....!
And we say Koi baat nahi.....!
We leave the poor starving
And we feed the statues
We say Koi baat nahi.....!
We do not allow anyone to
Break the queue in a temple
But we ourselves break queues at
Railway reservation counters!
And we all say we say Koi baat nahi.....!
We clean our homes
But we throw garbage on roads
And we say Koi baat nahi.....!
We want to end corruption
And we bribe every day
Still we say Koi baat nahi.....!
We want a green India
And we are cutting the trees
But we say Koi baat nahi.....!
We like watching programmes like
“Satyamev Jayate
Showing water problems in India
But we waste water at our homes
And we say Koi baat nahi.....!
Friend wife sister mother daughter
We need all these relationships
And still we kill the female child.....!
Because we think Koi baat nahi.....!
We all dream of a shining India
And we dream of a Rising India
Are your excuses more than your dreams
If you want to change the mentality and
attitude of people, change yours first!
And one fine day you will see a different
India.....!
A shining India and A Rising India.
Yes! We are sad to see a number of
poor people without proper clothes
But we are happy donating costly sheets
to a dargah
We just say Koi baat nahi.....!
By - Sanuraag Mishra
(Kishore Section)
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............ Kilbil Sports 2014
PRIZE DETAILS OF KILBIL ANNUAL SPORTS HELD IN THE MONTH OF FEB-2015
Kislay
BOWLING GAME
Prize
Name
1.
Ananya Praveen
2.
Arsh Lukhman
3.
Neha Ajith
RUNNING RACE
Prize
Name
Prize
Kiran - Pre-Prep Boys
Name
Kiran - Pre-Prep Girls
1.
Anirudh Akella
1.
Vipasha V. H.
2.
Akshit Shreevastav
2.
Manasvi Bahuguna
3.
Vahin Sharma
3.
Abhilasha Das
FROG JUMP
Kiran - Pre-Prep Boys
Kiran - Pre-Prep Girls
1.
Anirudh Akella
1.
Abhilasha Das
2.
Aniket Kushwaha
2.
Manasvi Bahuguna
3.
Ishan Tripathi
3.
Vipasha V. H.
BEADS & THREAD
Kiran - Prep Boys
Kiran - Prep Girls
1.
Spandan P. Ghare
1.
Vanika Goswami
2.
Saujas Rao
2.
Asmita Banerjee
3.
Atharv Rajput
3.
Parnika Singh
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............ Kilbil Sports 2014
SPOON & BEADS
Prize
Name
Prize
Kiran - Prep Boys
Name
Kiran - Prep Girls
1.
Saujas Rao
1.
Asmita Banerjee
2.
Krishnan Namboothiri
2.
Nishita Bhattacharya
3.
Spandan P. Ghare
3.
Harshika Sukhwani
Kinjal boys 100mts
Kinjal girls 100mts
1.
Anirudh A. Pisharady
1.
Aashvi Agarwal
2.
Parth Gandhi
2.
Femi Varghese
3.
Shashank Rawat
3.
Simone K.
Kinjal boys shot-put
Kinjal girls shot-put
1.
Shashank Rawat
1.
Aashvi Agarwal
2.
S. K. Sreekanth
2.
Simone K.
3.
Parth Gandhi
3.
Sharanya Stuti
ATHLETIC
Kishore boys 100mts
Kishore girls 100mts
1.
Varun Shashank. V
1.
Anupriya Dey
2.
Suchetan Ghosh
2.
Priyanshi V
3.
Shivshreeram P
3.
Rishika Sinha
Kishore boys shot-put
Kishore girls shot-put
1.
Sidharth Shimjith
1.
Anupriya Dey
2.
Suchetan Ghosh
2.
Devashree
3.
Varun Shashank V.
3.
Archita Yeram
4.
Naman B.
3.
Mitali M. Mahashabde
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............ Kilbil Sports 2014
KINJAL & KISHORE
Prize
Name
Prize
Football boys winner
Name
Football boys runners
1
Sidharth Shimjith
1
Suchetan Ghosh
2
Shashank Rawat
2
Krishna A. Teja
3
Parth Gandhi
3
Aggrim Singh
4
Shiv Shreeram
4
Satvik
5
Rayansh
5
Aashman Awasthi
6
Varun Shashank V.
6
S. K. Sreekanth
7
Aryan B.
7
Pranav Ghate
8
Atharv Mhatre
Cricket boys winner
Cricket boys runners
1
Sidharth Shimjith
1
Abhinav J.
2
Shashank Rawat
2
Pratyush K. Sharma
3
Parth Gandhi
3
Priyansh Verma
4
Adarsh Praveen
4
Aman Raychoudhuri
5
Shiv Shreeram
5
Thakarshi J.
6
Ashvin Nair
6
Mayank Rakshit
7
Sidak Singh
7
Sahishnu Pal
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Prize
Name
Prize
Football girls winner
Name
Football girls runners
1
Archita Yeram
1
Anupriya Dey
2
Mitali M. M.
2
Anjali Anil. H.
3
Ketaki
3
Rishika Sinha
4
Aarushi M.
4
Shreya Repaka
5
Yashoda V. V.
5
Sharanya Stuti
6
Vismaya Siruguri
6
Kimya Rangari
7
Amrutha Prajith
7
Mitisha M. M.
Cricket girls winner
Cricket girls runners
1
Anupriya Dey
1
Anjali Anil H.
2
Kimya Rangari
2
Mitali M. M.
3
Simone K.
3
Yashoda V. V.
4
Ketaki
4
Archita Yeram
5
Rishika Sinha
5
Femi Varghese
6
Shreya Repaka
6
Misha M. Shah
7
Mitisha M. M.
7
Sharanya Stuti
8
Sanjana Bajpai
8
Aarushi M
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