Anti Tobacco Awareness Campaign
Budha Dal Public School always remains a committed member of the society. Keeping up this tradition the school initiated an Anti Tobacco Campaign for creating awareness among the students. It was held for the classes X – XII on 27 July 2018 in the school. The awareness Campaign was conducted by the Medical Students’ Association of India. The students were made aware of the ill-effects of Tobacco use, ways to prevent addiction and ways to resist peer pressure. The presentation was followed by an interactive session where the queries of the students were addressed. Pre and Post Seminar questionnaires were distributed by the resource persons to assess the change in the awareness level of the students through the initiative.


WORKSHOP ON SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL THINKING
The Round Glass Blossom people organized a special session for the students of class VII with the aim of helping the students in various learning aspects by working under social and emotional thinking. It was a highly informative and an interesting session. The children not only learnt new ways to improve their social and emotional thinking but also thoroughly enjoyed the session.


An Extempore Competition
To imbibe the true spirit of learning among the students and to encourage oral communication skills an Extempore Competition was organized in the school on 25 July 2018 for the students of class VII. The Students were given a variety of Topics to choose from and were made to write on the spot on the chosen topic. The students performed remarkably well and the following students were the the winner 1. Aishmeen BFSH 1st Position 2. Kirandeep Kaur BFSH 1st Position 3. Hargundeep Kaur BZSH 2nd Position 4. Harsimran BZSH 3nd Position


Budha Dal lifts Overall Trophy At Thapar University
Congratulations... Maurya Sharma won 1st prize in English Extempore Competition at Thapar Our students did stupendously well in science model also and won the First Prize. Virinda of class 12th won second position in Group discussion .


Request forms for admission to Classes I - IX can be deposited in the school office.


Admission open for Nursery, Prep.-I and Prep.II. Forms available at the school office.


NOTICE: ALL THE STUDENTS ARE HEREBY INFORMED THAT THEY MUST NOT COME TO SCHOOL ON THEIR MOTORISED VEHICLE IF THEY DONOT HAVE A PROPER DRIVING LICENCE . ANY CHILD FOUND DEFYING THE NORMS SHALL BE RUSTICATED.


Patriotic Fervor Flows in Budha Dal Public School
The 68th Independence Day was celebrated in Budha Dal Public School, Patiala with great enthusiasm & nationalistic fervor. The entire school was draped in colours of the national flag, adding the right touch of patriotism to make this special day. The function began with the flag hoisting ceremony carried out by the Admin. Officer of the school Mrs. Parminderjit Kaur Brar. The atmosphere pulsated incessantly with patriotic fervor as the National Flag was unfurled and the national anthem played in the background. The cultural programme was adeptly hosted by the students. The mellifluous motivational songs had everyone tapping their feet to the beat of musical outpouring. The euphoric celebration culminated with the Principal Dr. Amrit Aujla’s address in which she encouraged the students to dream, to work diligently to achieve the goals and to never shy away from hard work.


Budha Dal Public School Celebrates Independence Day With Gusto
Budha Dal Public School, Patiala organized a cultural programme to mark the 67th Independence Day here today. The programme was presided over by the Chief Patron of the school Jathedar Baba Balbir Singh Ji, Admn. Officer Mrs. Parminderjit Kaur Brar, Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Amrit Aujla, Vice Principal Mrs. Jaspreet Sandhu. The colorful programme started with the flag hoisting ceremony by Mrs. Parminderjit Kaur Brar. A Shabad was presented by the school choir. The students presented a choreography which created an ambience of patriotic fervor and was enjoyed to the hilt by the audience. A medley of patriotic songs left the audience mesmerized. The programme reached its pinnacle with the dance on “Rang - de Basanti” number. A quiz held on Indian pioneers in diverse field saw good participation from the students and the staff members. Speaking on the occasion, Mrs. Amrit Aujla said that this is a day to pay our sincere tribute to all the freedom fighters who gave their present for our future. The Chief Patron of the school Jathedar Baba Balbir Singh Ji declared a holiday on 16th August in lieu of the Independence Day celebrations. The programme came to an end by singing the National Anthem.


Mother Teresa Sadbhavna Award conferred on Budha Dal Public School Principal
Dr Amrit Aujla president of Patiala Sahodaya School Complex, Principal Budha Dal Public School, Patiala hogged the limelight with the conferment of prestigious Mother Teresa Sadbhavna Award in recognition to her outstanding service in the field of education. She received the award from the former Chief Justice Dr.Bhishan Narayan Singh in a glittering function at The Indian Society of International Law in New Delhi today i.e. 28 May 2013. The function was graced by a host of dignitaries including renowned Former CBI Director S.Joginder Singh, Mr.O.P.Saxena (President of Advocate Association) , Mr.Mahanveer Tuli IFS retd. Apart from citation, the award carries medal and certificate. Prior to this Mrs. Aujla received the Best Principal award for continuous support rendered towards popularization of Cyber in Punjab and Chandigarh by Science Olympiad Foundation in May 2011 by Shri Pawan Bansal, Hon’ble Union Minister of Science & Technology, Govt. of India. She received recognition from Avantika Sarla Chopra Memorial Samman in 2008. The Dedicated Brother’s Group (Regd.) Pb for NASA Competition appraised her in 2004. The Kala Parishad honoured her on Teachers day for her contribution in the field of education in 2008. She was also felicitated on Independence Day at the district level function in 2005 and also on International Women’s Day by Kala Kriti Patiala 2011. She is a City Coordinator for CBSE since 2008 till date.