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Deepalaya Students Win Prizes at District Level Competition


Students of Deepalaya School, Gusbethi Outshine Others at District-Level Competition

Mewat (Nuh), Haryana, October 31st 2018:
A three-day-long district-level art and craft competition was recently organized by the District Education Department and District Child Welfare Council of Nuh district. The competitions included Rangoli, Poster making, Sketching, Card making, Diya decoration, Clay modeling, Dramatics, Group dance, Solo dance, etc. 

Students of Deepalaya School, Gusbethi participated in the competitions along with the students of other 35 schools in the district. Nine students studying in various classes at Deepalaya School secured prizes in the competition. Shankar, Saroj, and Nandini (from IXth, VIIth and VIIth standard respectively) won the first prizes in the Rangoli, Poster making, and Sketching On the Spot. Other students of the school were named winners of the second and third positions in various event categories. 

On the whole, students of Deepalaya showcased performances and creations par excellence in all the categories where they took part. The judges appreciated the merit of the students and opined that Deepalaya’s students have indeed left behind all other participants in the competition. 

About Deepalaya School Gusbethi

One of the two formal schools run by Deepalaya, Deepalaya School Gusbethi has completed 19 glorious years of service, and is recognized as one of the ripple-making schools of Mewat district in Haryana. The school has been carrying on the torch of knowledge through value education with dignity and grandeur in an otherwise backward rural area, which relies mainly on agriculture till date. The institution is recognized by the Haryana Board of School Education (HBSE), and is running classes from LKG to class Xth at present. 


About Deepalaya

Deepalaya is an ISO 9001:2008 certified non-government organization that believes in enabling self reliance and is committed to working on issues affecting the urban and rural poor, with a special focus on women and children.

The NGO was started on July 16th 1979 by seven founding members, and for more than three decades, has been contributing to the crusade against illiteracy. Over the years, Deepalaya has established several projects in the areas of Education (Formal/Non-Formal/Remedial), Women Empowerment (reproductive health, SHG, Micro-finance), Institutional care, Community health, Vocational training, etc. These projects are operational in Delhi, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Uttarakhand.

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