Stepping Stone is Far West regional champ

Third regional final, Real SchoolKathmandu / June 03: The third regional final of the Real School of Nepal 2016 for the Far Western Region was held at Dhangadhi on May 31. Stepping Stone English School became the regional champion for the Far Western Region at the event, as per a press release issued by Dabur Nepal.

The participating students included Sirish Chand, Nibedika Subba, Sovit Paudel, Apil Bhandari, Rachana Mahato and Anup Chaudhary. And they took part in various activities in senior and junior categories. They will participate in the grand finale for the Real School of Nepal 2016 in the Capital, the statement added.

Along with a school becoming regional champion, students were also announced winners in different activities. The winners of senior category included — Deepa Rawat from Gurukul Academy (Extempore), Nibedika Subba from Stepping Stone English School (Dance), Adeep Chaudary from Malika Higher Secondary School (Football Juggling). Aayush Malla from Jaycees Everest English School (Painting), Bikash Rawat from Himal Academy (3 Minutes of Fame), and Yogendra Singh from Delight English School (Score the Real Goal) became winners in junior category.

Meanwhile, scholarships worth Rs 25,000 for two needy and talented students were given to Bishnu Sharma and Amin Kumari Chaudary, as per the statement.

Further details of the competition are available at www.realfruitpowernepal.com. Source: The Himalayan Times

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