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During the men’s skeet gold at the 60th National shotgun championship, Mairaj Ahmad Khan essayed the title of being the best shotgun marksman in the country, but he had to be at his best to beat Amrinder Singh Cheema. An Old Yadavindrian, Amrinder Singh Cheema won the Silver medal in the Men's Skeet Event. Old Yadavindrians are making a name for themselves in the field of sports… more often than ever before… And we are proud of each one of them.
Gursobha Singh, the 18-year old equestrian prodigy from Yadavindra Public School, is all set to step into adulthood with his eyes firmly set on the Olympic rings. The proud YPS student has been making headlines for quite a while now as the upcoming and most promising self-made Indian sports champion. The latest coverage by Times of India is nothing less than an inspiring story to read. Here it goes.
The entire OYA fraternity expresses deep shock and distress at the sudden demise of Mr. Reetinder Singh Sidhu, Joint Secretary, AYOSA, And an Old Yadavindrian of the ISC: 1984 batch, in a road accident on 27th April, 2015.
Known to be a man of gentle manners and an affable nature, Mr. Sidhu’s concern for the school and his pivotal role as an AYOSA office bearer shall always be remembered and commended. The School fraternity deeply condoles the irreparable loss and prays for a pacific repose of the departed soul.
The OYA fraternity mourns the demise of Rajmata Yadunandan Kumari of Nalagarh, former member, School Board of Governors, who passed away on 30th April, 2015 . An extremely, warm, affectionate and generous lady, Rajmata Yadunandan Kumari had the distinction of holding the office of member of the School Board of Governors for thirty five years – from 1971 till 2006, a term during which she contributed significantly to the growth of the school.
Dr. Harish Dhillon, our former Headmaster at YPS Patiala from 1987 to 1995 passed away on 21st August, 2015 at 3:15 PM at Fortis Hospital, Mohali. Dr. Dhillon had his early schooling from “The Lawrence School Sanawar” and thereafter joined the Indian Army briefly. On his premature discharged from the army he joined Lucknow University as a young lecturer and taught there for seven years. He was appointed as Principal at YPS, Patiala and subsequently he moved on to be The Headmaster of the Lawrence School Sanawar and later on he took over as Principal of YPS Mohali where he served till 2010.
With utmost grief and sorrow we wish to communicate the untimely death of one of our old Yadavindrians, Ajay Gupta from the Class of 1987 in an accident. Ajay completed his BS in Environmental Studies from the US. He later worked for UNDP/GEF developing environmental projects around the world including India’s Biodiversity Strategy. Ajay also spent a year working in a village of Garhwal, which was followed by his visit to Brazil where he worked with communities in the rainforest.
It was on 8th Sept. 2016, when we woke up to the saddest news of our Beloved teacher Ravinder Pahwa Ma'am being passed away suddenly! A brilliant teacher, a noble soul and an amazing human being, Pahwa Ma’am was certainly the most treasured teacher at YPS Chandigarh. Our deepest condolence to the Pahwa family at the present moment of loss! We believe Mrs. Pahwa will always remain alive in our memories and in all the life lessons that we have learned from her being students!
The very own shining star of YPS, Gursobha Singh has recently added feathers to his journey of achievements at the Punjab Horse Show Championship 2016. The 17-year-old Class XII student of YPS Mohali, Gursobha has recently bagged 5 gold and 2 silver medals in the championship. Riding his newly-acquired European mare ‘Connie Briton’, Gursobha stole the show during the horse show championship held at PAP grounds in Jalandhar. The championship took place during March 8 to 13.
Get the exciting Yadavindrian Keyring and Hand band under one ‘Grand’ combo offeronly at OYA e-store. Wear the pride in the hand or drive it through the Keyring to keep your YPS memories alive and kicking.
The lucrative combo offer is available at a grand price of Rs. 110/-
Delivery- All across India- additional charges might incur for worldwide shipping.
Perfect gift for the ‘Man and the Lady’, the exciting Yadavindrian Brooch and cufflinks combo is all that you need for yourself. Let your significant half use the beautiful Partywear Brooch, while you dazzle your formal appearance with the wonder delight of cufflinks. Keep all the memories associated with YPS close to your heart.
The lucrative combo offer is available at a grand price of Rs. 799/-
Yadavindra Keyring Product:
Relish your memories of being a ‘proud Yadavindrian’ with the help of customized Yadavindra Keyring available only at OYA. Get a quality product that defines your distinctiveness through this exciting Keyring- feel free to gift it your batchmates or teachers. OYA community also supports the ‘Bulk Order’ format for this particular range of products.
Price: Rs. 65/- each.
Available Colors: Blue and Yellow
Wear your pride of being a proud ‘Yadavindrian’ with this gorgeous blue-shaded Yadavindrian band. Lend your friendly support to the wide OYA community and participate in making the virtual hub a ‘home’ for all the alumni of YPS.
Condition- Brand New- unused or undamaged item.
Material- 100% Synthetic Silicone Rubber Bracelet
Quality- Imported and flexible
Size- Small, Medium and Free size
Large- 202 mm (8 inches)