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State Level Air Rifle & Air Pistol Shooting

State Level Air Rifle & Air Pistol Shooting Competition

A State level Inter-school Air Rifle and Air pistol shooting competition was conducted by U.P. State Rifle Association at Agra from 21st August to 24th  August, 2014. The following boys represented La Martiniere College in the following categories:-

10 Meter Air Pistol Shooting-Team

1. Suryansh Singh
2. Devraj Tripathi
3. Suyash Agarwal

 

10 Meter Air Rifle Shooting Peep Sight-Team

1. Jaivardhan Mittal
2. Yashowardhan Trivedi
3. Ishan Kalhans

 

10 Meter Air Rifle Shooting Peep Sight-Individual

1. Sarthak Agarwal
2. Sanskar Havelia

 

10 Meter Air Rifle Shooting Open Sight-Individual

1. Shubhankar Mittal
2. Syed Alwaz Asif
3. Tabish Ahmed

 

In the 10 Meter Air Rifle Shooting- (Peep Sight Category), La Martiniere College won the bronze medal. The following boys have qualified for National Level in their respective categories:-

1. Suryansh Singh
2. Devraj Tripathi
3. Suyash Agarwal
4. Sarthak Agarwal
5. Jaivardhan Mittal
6. Yashowardhan Trivedi 

 

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Inter School Chess tournament

!st Sept

Lucknow District Chess Sports Association held an Inter School Chess tournament at Lucknow. The Result are as follows:-

a)     In the category of Class 3-5 – Harsh Amarnani (5D) stood 2nd.

b)    In the category of Class 6-8 – Sameer Basu (8D) stood 3rd

c)     In the category of Class 9-12 – Pranjal Saxena (11B) stood 2nd

d)    In the category of Class 6-8 – Garv Kalra (6E) stood 4th

e)     In the category of Class 9-12 – Sweethank Bajpai (12 A) stood 8th

 

Participation Certificates were awarded to :

a)     Saathvik Gupta

b)    Harshvardhan Mittal

c)     Kritarth Jaiswal

d)    Tushar Jape

e)     Arunam Gupta

f)      Yashavi Srivastava

g)     Saatvik Narain

h)    Mohd. Aman

i)       Ravneet Singh

j)       Prabhu Naman

 

Overall, La Martiniere College  was placed was placed 4th in Lucknow District Inter School Chess Championship.

 

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Frank Anthony Debate

Varenya Vir Singh – Class IX B and Raunak Makhija Class X B represented La Martiniere College in the Regional Final of 65th FRANK ANTHONY DEBATE held at CMS Kanpur Road on the 19th August 2014, where they stood FIRST, Varenya Vir Singh was adjusted the second best speaker as well.

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69th Inter Martiniere Meet 

Meet

As always there was a lot of excitement about the Lucknow – Calcutta Meet  .

The teams arrived in Lucknow on the 25th August. In the evening the teams from Kolkata went to our Founder’s tomb to pay homage . The Resident Scholars of the College put up a small entertainment programme after dinner.

On the 26th morning the teams headed to La Martiniere Girl’s College for the Debate. The Kolkata girls won the debate. In the evening the debate for the boys at  Spence Hall was held. Spence Hall resounded to the loud cries of ‘Go Cal ‘ and ‘Go Lucknow’. The Kolkata boys won the debate. The best speaker was Arka Banerjee from Kolkata.

On the 27th the swimming competition was held. This year the swimming competition was at the boys College pool, which has been thoroughly renovated. The Lucknow boys did exceptionally well and lost to Kolkata with a close margin of 14 points.

On the 27th evening the girls basketball was held at the Girl’s college. The Lucknow girls won and the score was 12-16.

On the 28th morning, the girls swimming was held at the Girl’s college. The lucknow girls won. The score board showing 154-214 as the final score.

In the evening, the boys of Kolkata and Lucknow clashed on the Polo ground in an exciting football match. The match finished in a 1-1 draw. Mohd Kamran was the only one to score a goal.

Later, that evening a social was organized for the boys and girls. They had a wonderful time dancing to the latest tunes.

On the 29th  morning, the teams from Kolkata was given an official send-off  by the boys of lucknow. The Principal of Kolkata, Mr S. Chakravarthi  gave a very inspirational speech to the boys.

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Eye Check Up

Eye

On the 19th August 2014 , an eye check up camp was organized by Dr. Ravish Kumar Singh (TC EYE CENTRE) who is an old Martinian. The camp took place at College hospital in which students of class 9 and 10 took part and had an eye check up carried out through latest technology provided by the Dr. Ravish Kumar Singh. He also explained the do’s and don’t’s which should be followed for better eye vision.

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Dental Check Up

19 Aug dental check up and dental seminar

On the 19th August 2014, there was a Dental Seminar hosted by Astha Dental Solution for the students of class 9 and 10 in Spence Hall. Dr.Chetan Chandra an old-Martinian and his team took a seminar on dental health. He spoke about general problems that can cause damage to our teeth. He also gave some basic information about teeth and told the students ways by which teeth can be kept healthy and white.  During the seminar students were also told the advantages of orthodontic treatment. At the end of the seminar, a representative from Oral B spoke about the tooth brush and the tooth paste which we use to clean our teeth. He advised that everyone should use cross action toothbrush which has been clinically proven to remove more plaque than a manual toothbrush. The seminar ended with a dental checkup which took place in the College hospital.

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Claude Martin Debates & the Boulone- Lise Quiz

Quiz

The First Claude Martin Debates and the Boulone- Lise Quiz, 2014.

The first Claude Martin Debates were held in the premises of La Martiniere College Lucknow from 15th to 18th August 2014. These debates were conducted concurrently with the first Boulone- Lise Quiz competition. These events were meant not to be only competitive in nature but also provided a good opportunity for children to meet and understand each other.

There were six outstation teams that were accommodated in the campus itself.

The teams that participated in the event  were from:

  1. The Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai
  2. Bishop Cotton School, Shimla
  3. Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Vidayala, Jaipur
  4. Mayo Girls’ School, Ajmer
  5. The Vasant Valley School, Delhi
  6. La Martiniere for Girls’, Kolkata
  7. La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow
  8. Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Lucknow
  9. La Martiniere College, Lucknow

 

The teams arrived on 15th August, 2014 and on the morning of 16th August, 2014 the event was declared open after an inaugural ceremony by the Principal, Mr C. A.  McFarland. From the morning of the 16th till 1 pm of the same day, the venue was alive with 18 debates that decided the teams for the semi finals.

The semi finals were held on 17th August, 2014 in the Spence Hall. Round One was between Bishop Cotton, Shimla and La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow. Round Two was between Cathedral and John Connon, Mumbai and Vasant Valley School, Delhi. Cathedral and John Connon , Mumbai and La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow however advanced to the final stage of the 1st Clade Martin Debates.

The 18th morning began with the finals of the quiz (the preliminary round was held on 16th August, parallel to the prelims of the Debate.) The six teams that made up to the stage level were:

  1. The Cathedral and John Connon School, Mumbai
  2. Maharaja Sawai Man Singh Vidayala, Jaipur
  3. The Vasant Valley School, Delhi
  4. La Martiniere for Girls’, Kolkata
  5. La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow
  6. Seth M.R. Jaipuria School, Lucknow

The trophy for the first Boulone-Lise Quiz was lifted by the team from La Martiniere for Girls’, Kolkata. The trophy for the First Claude Martin Debates was proudly lifted by the well deserving team of La Martiniere Girls’ College, Lucknow. The event came to an end successfully with everyone looking forward for the 2nd Claude Martin Debates and the Boulone-Lise Quiz.

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Annual Entertainment Programme

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La Martiniere College had its Annual  Entertainment programme in hindi on 15 August 2014 in Spence Hall . The evening was filled with colour and fun. The pupils of the Junior school and the Constantia campus presented dances and songs. The pupils also showcased their histrionic skills by staging two plays . ‘Meethi Vani’ and ‘Bholaram Ka Jeev’

 

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