Jalandhar, November 30, 2015: Chess, a two-player strategy board game played on a chessboard is one of the world’s most popular games, played by millions of people worldwide as a hobby whereas for some it is a passion. The game requires a lot of concentration and deep calculations and the ability to foresee the opponent’s moves and actions. The students of Cambridge International School, Chotti Baradari-II, Jalandhar, exhibited their capability to calculate long sequences of moves and through a series of technical maneuvers and tactics managed to grab the Positions in the CBSE Chess Championship held in Phillaur from November 23, 2015 to November 26, 2015. Their caliber to evaluate the chess positions, setting up of goals and long term plans for a win enabled Under-10 (Boys) and Under-14 (Girls) teams to clinch the winner position. The Under-10 (Girls) and Under-14 (Boys) grabbed runner up position. Including Under-19 (Boys), all teams have been qualified for the National Level to be played at Kolkata.
And Individual Board prizes were given to Under-10 (Girls) Anhaita and (Boys) Jayan and Dimpleveer. Under-14 (Girls) Yastika, Savri and Vavri and (Boys) Anmol. In this tournament many students from all over India participated with full zeal and vigour.
Chairman Mr. Ajay Bhatia, Deputy Chairman Deepak Bhatia, Director Learning Wings Mr J K Kohli and Mr Nitin Kohli, Academic Director Ms Deepa Dogra, Principal Ms Kiranjoth Dhillon and Sports Director Mr Sikand congratulated the winners for bringing glory to the school and their family and wished them luck for their brilliant future.
Monday, November 30, 2015