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Punjab school events: School releases first edition of its newsletter

Alliance International Senior Secondary School on Wednesday released the first edition of its newsletter, “The Pinnacle”.

ht-school Updated: Oct 29, 2020, 14:03 IST
HT Correspondent
HT Correspondent
Hindustan Times
Students and faculty members of Alliance International School during the release of the school newsletter on Wednesday.
Students and faculty members of Alliance International School during the release of the school newsletter on Wednesday. (HT )

Alliance International Senior Secondary School on Wednesday released the first edition of its newsletter, “The Pinnacle”. It was released during a function held at the school conference room.The function was presided over by Ashwani Garg, chairman,SVGOI. The newsletter comprises the achievements and contributions of the students ,teachers ,principal and the parents. Principal Shalini Khullar said in her address said that she is proud of her team and they will continue the good work.

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