• 8 students selected for national award Golden Arrow
  • Children of Government Primary School Tut and Kalia Wala  of Ferozepur  were selected for award at national level.

6 students of Government Primary Smart School Tut and 2 students of Kaliawala have been selected for the Golden Arrow Award, the highest award of the primary wing of Bharat Scouting. Which will be honored by the National Commissioner Bharat Scouts and Guides in Delhi on February 22. District Education Officer Rajiv Kumar Chhabra said that we are proud of the hardworking teachers like Charanjit Singh Chahal, Jaswinder Pal Singh and Poonam Rani who trained so many students. which engage students in co-curricular activities along with studies.

Due to which these students have passed the highest national test of primary level with their ability. Students from rural backgrounds have brought the name of the constituency, school teachers and parents to light.

District Education Officer Rajeev Kumar Chhabra said that along with education, we are proud of the teachers for encouraging them to move forward by enhancing the hidden artistic interests of the students. Sukhwinder Singh Deputy District Education Officer Elementary said that scouting is very important in student life.

Through this development of complete personality is possible. Block Primary Education Officer Ferozepur-1 Sumandeep Kaur said that it is very important to conduct activities like Cub Bulbul along with studies so that the students can develop all round.

Amritpal Singh Brar Block Primary Education Officer Ghal Khurd, Roohi Bajaj, Balkar Singh Mohinder Sally, Talwinder Singh Sarabjit Kaur, Kewal Krishan Sethi, Kuljit Kaur, Amarjoti Mangat, Sudesh Kumari, Rachpal Singh, Sunil Kumar, Rupinder Kaur for selection of children of Ferozepur. , Satwinder Singh, and all the teachers of Ferozepur were congratulated.