500 students participate in Aloha competition
Srinagar, Nov 19: 7th Aloha state level competition (SLC- 2012) was held at Kashmir University in which 530 students from different aloha learning centres of state participated.
“Mehfooz Aslam, Principal DPS Budgam and Qazi Irfan (KAS), District Social Welfare Officer were the guests of honour,” a handout from the hosts said.
The champions besides the first three position holders selected in each level during the competition were presented trophies.
“The selected champions are being sponsored for Aloha National Level competition (NLC-2012) which is being held on 29th and 30th December at Chennai,” they added.
Aloha J&K is conducting brain development classes every Sunday for last seven years in the state. “It has helped many students excel in their academics. Two students have been sponsored for international competitions in the past,” the parents hailed.
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