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1. Discipline is an integral part of the learning process.

2. Prayer must be said with respect and devotion

3. Every pupil must have a copy of the school diary with him/her and must bring it to the school every day.

4. Only English should be spoken within the school premises.

5. While moving from class to class, if necessary, pupils should march silently in line. No books (other than the school books), newspapers or periodicals should be brought to school without the knowledge of the Principal .Every pupil must behave respectfully towards the member of the staff. Pupils must behave well at all times both inside and outside the school. No loud shouting or whistling is allowed in the school premises.

6. Any form of bullying or ragging will result in a disciplinary committee review and could result in expulsion from the school.

7. Any misbehavior or violation of school discipline will be dealt with by the disciplinary committee and corrective action will be taken. In extreme cases parents will be called in to discuss the child’s behavior and may lead to suspension or expulsion from the school.

8. Students should neither borrow nor lend money nor should they exchange their articles. Students will refrain from damaging any form of school property. They should have respect for school property. They should not damage school furniture, write or draw on the walls, scratch or spoil desks or chairs. Any damage to school property will have to be compensated either individually or in common. The school reserves the right to be compensated by the student for any such damages.

9. The school is not responsible for goods lost. It is not allowed to bring valuables (like expensive watches, gold ornaments etc.) to school. Collecting donations or selling tickets for any purpose requires Principals sanction. No electronic item should be brought to the school and if it is found it will be confiscated and will not be given back

10. No student will be sent home during the class hours without the written request of the parent/guardian.

11. All correspondence addressed to pupils should be acknowledged by the parents.

12. All students are expected to participate in the activities of the school, develop healthy and competitive team spirit, acquire qualities of leadership and leadership and learn to serve others.

13. For safety and security, parents should refrain from sending money with their child without specific written notice from the school.

14. Parents and Guardians may meet the Teachers with prior appointment. Parents will not be permitted to meet teachers from 8:30 am - 2:30 pm. Parents are requested to confine to the reception Area on a visit to the School.

15. Cakes and pastries are not allowed for birthday Celebrations. Parents can however, send small packets of biscuits or toffees. Return gifts are strictly not allowed.

Students who come in the school bus should follow the following instructions :

Students should reach the bus stop 5 minutes before the boarding time.

a. At the bus, they must get into the bus in an orderly manner.

b. They should not put their hands or heads outside.

c. They should be well disciplined, good mannered and should not use any indecent words.

d. They should wait at the bus stop after getting off and should cross the road with proper attention.

e. Any damage made to the school bus will be fined.

1. Neat and perfect uniform is compulsory on all working days.

2. Proper uniform is to be worn as per the day order.

3. School shoes should be neat and tidy with the laces properly tied. Socks should be washed & changed every day. Shoes with straps are compulsory till class second.

4. Avoid fancy, costly items or any attractive accessories (long ear rings, bangles, watches, etc.). The school shall not be responsible for loss of any such items.

5. Gold & Silver ornaments are strictly prohibited, for the safety of your child

6. Boys should compulsorily trim their hair (Crew Cut) periodically

7. Girls with short hair to wear blue band and girls with long hair to tie two plats and blue band.

8. Nails should be periodically cleaned and trimmed. Nail paint, nail art, mehendi, tattoo, bindi, anklets, eye makeup and lipstick are strictly not allowed.

9. Do provide a set of labeled spare dress for K.G. children, which shall be retained in the school itself.

10. During PTM, students are allowed to come to school only in the school uniform.

1. Only fruits, salads, fresh juices, sprouts and nuts are allowed for snacks during fruit break. The school does not provide any eatables.

2. Noodles, junk foods, bottle juices, bakery products and oily items are strictly prohibited.

3. The lunch kit comprise of two towels, spoon, fork and enough water for your child

4. Lunch should be accompanied with vegetables / greens compulsorily daily

5. Kindly send the right quantity of snacks and lunch for your child.

6. Avoid sending food in very costly containers. The school shall not be responsible for loss of such items.

7. Do label your child’s name in all his/her belongings.

8. Students are not allowed to go home for lunch. All students should bring their lunch by themselves on the class days.

1. The students should attend their classes punctually with the lessons well prepared.

2. Do ensure that every day your child is brought at least 5 minutes early to the boarding point of School vehicle, so as to avoid time delay.

3. The students should be inside the School campus at least 5 minutes before the School Assembly, which starts at 8.30 AM. If the school timings is not followed continuously, strict actions will be taken.

4. No leaves are allowed during the Summative Assessments, reopening or closing day of a term. Request for re-test for Formative Formal Pen and Paper and Summative Assessments will not be encouraged.

5. Do ensure that your child completes his/her home task regularly, by acknowledging your signature in the diary every day.

6. One month written notice to the School Management is compulsory, whenever the withdrawal of your child from the school is necessary.

7. Pupils, who are absent or come late, will be admitted in the class only with the permission of the Principal.

8. A written application for leave should be submitted at least one day in advance. Email can be sent for the same.

9. Attendance at official school functions is compulsory.

10. Irregular attendance, frequent failures in submitting class exercises, habitual want of discipline or any sort of serious misbehavior are sufficient reasons for the dismissal of the student.

11. No pupil is allowed to leave the school premises during the school hours without the permission of the Principal.

If your child has any specific allergy or physical illness, kindly do inform the class teacher and the School Authorities regarding the matter as soon as possible.

Students suffering from the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to the school.

  • a) Conjunctivitis - Till full recovery
  • b) Measles - Two weeks after the rash disappears.
  • c) Mumps - 7 to 10 days after the swelling subsides.
  • d) Chicken Pox - 2 week after the onset of lesions.
  • e) Jaundice - Six weeks after recovery.

Kindly note that in case of any sickness, immediate First Aid will be provided by the School Authorities. In case of any emergency, your child will be hospitalized locally and intimation will be sent to the parent / guardian by the quickest possible means.

LIST OF HOLIDAYS

SR. NO Holidays Date / Month Day
1 Ambedkar Jayanti 14th April 2018 Saturday
2 Buddha Purnima 30th April 2018 Monday
3 Maharashtra Day 1st May 2018 Tuesday
4 **Eid-Ul-Fitr 16th June 2018 Saturday
5 *Independence Day 15th August 2018 Wednesday
6 **Bakr EID 20th August 2018 Wednesday
7 Raksha Bandhan 26th August 2018 Sunday
8 Janmashtami 3rd September 2018 Monday
9 Ganesh Chaturthi 13thSeptember 2018 Thursday
10 *Muharram 21stSeptember 2018 Friday
11 Anant Chaturdashi 23rd September 2018 Sunday
12 Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti 2nd October 2018 Tuesday
13 Dussehra 19th October 2018 Friday
14 Diwali 7th November 2018 Wednesday
15 **Milad Un Nabi 21st November 2018 Wednesday
16 Guru Nanak Jayanti 23rd November 2018 Friday
17 Christmas 25th December 2018 Tuesday
18 New Year 1st January 2019 Tuesday
19 ** Makar Sankranti 15th January 2019 Tuesday
20 Republic Day * 26th January 2018 Saturday
21 Shivaji Jayanti 19th February 2019 Tuesday
22 Mahashivratri 4th March 2019 Monday
23 Holi 21st March 2019 Thursday

Holidays marked with an asterisk (*) will be celebrated in the school.

Holidays marked with an asterisk (**) will be confirmed at a later date.

BREAK FROM TO SCHOOL REOPENS ON
Summer Vacations 1st May 2018 6th June 2018 7th June 2018
Diwali 5th November 2018 11th November 2018 12th November 2018
Winter 24th December 2018 1st January 2019 2nd January 2019
New session 1 stApril 2019
Summer Vacations 1 stMay 2019 4 thJune 2019 5 thJune 2019

HOUSE SYSTEM

The House system is an integral part of life at the AHPS and aim to provide a sense of competition and fun through a range of school base activities


Achievers

Motto : Fortune Favors The Brave.

House Uniform : Yellow T-Shirts With Red Lapels And Collar

Progressors

Motto : Never Give Up

House Uniform : Yellow T-Shirts With Brown Lapels And Collar

Motivators

Motto : Knowledge is Power

House Uniform : Yellow T-Shirts With Green Lapels And Collar

Innovators

Motto : Nothing Succeeds like Success

House Uniform : Yellow T-Shirts With Blue Lapels And Collar

House Activity Planner

The house system is an integral part of life at The AHPS aims to provide a sense of competition and fun through a range of school based activities. All students and members of staff are attached to one of four houses which are named on four basic and intrinsic characteristics of Homo sapiens race.

Month I - II III - V VI - VIII
April Activity Show and Tell( Favourite animal) Science Clay modeling ( animals ) Story Writing Using idioms
Nature of activity Individual Individual Individual
Rubrics 1.Content Accuracy
2.Voice modulation
3.Pronunciation
4.Confidence
5.Time Management
1.Content Accuracy
2.Creativity
3.Original Ideas
4.Choice of colours
5.Time Management
1.Content Accuracy
2.Creativity
3.Original Ideas
4.Spelling
5.Time Management
June Activity Street play Poster making activity Ad mad world
Nature of activity Group Group Group
Rubrics 1.Originality
2.Content Accuracy
3.Stage Presence
4.Audience Appeal
5.Time Management
1.Content accuracy
2.Creativity
3.Mass Appeal
4.Originality
5.Time Management
1.Content accuracy
2.Creativity
3.Mass Appeal
4.Originality
5.Time Management
July Activity Making boomerang Salad by using shapes Soft board decoration by using concepts of maths
Nature of activity Individual Group Group
Rubrics 1. Choice of material
2. Creativity
3. Original Ideas
4. Content Accuracy
5. Time Management
1. Choice of material
2. Creativity
3. Original Ideas
4. Content Accuracy
5. Time Management
1. Choice of material
2. Creativity
3. Original Ideas
4. Content Accuracy
5. Time Management
August Activity Collage making competition Collage making competition Collage making competition
Nature of activity Group Group Group
Rubrics
September Activity Paper Fun Tipping Toppling Toys Toys by using thrash
Nature of activity Individual Individual Individual
Rubrics 1. Choice of material
2. Creativity
3. Original Ideas
4. Content Accuracy
5. Time Management
1. Choice of material
2. Creativity
3. Original Ideas
4. Content Accuracy
5. Time Management
1. Choice of material
2. Creativity
3. Original Ideas
4. Content Accuracy
5. Time Management
November Activity Motivational Song Devotional Song FOLK SONG
Nature of activity Group Group Group
Rubrics 1. Choice of Song
2. Pitch, rhythm and tone
3. Melody
4. Coordination
5. Time Management
1. Choice of Song
2. Pitch, rhythm and tone
3. Melody
4. Coordination
5. Time Management
1. Choice of Song
2. Pitch, rhythm and tone
3. Melody
4. Coordination
5. Time Management
December Activity **Annual Day
January Activity **Sports Day
February Activity Poem Recitation Story writing Essay Writing
Nature of activity Individual Individual Individual
Rubrics 1. Content Accuracy
2. Voice modulation
3. Pronunciation
4. Confidence
5. Time Management
1. Content Accuracy
2. Creativity
3. Original Ideas
4. Spelling
5. Time Management
1. Content Accuracy
2. Creativity
3. Original Ideas
4. Spelling
5. Time Management

Activity Reports

MUSIC COMPETITION

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Cleanliness Drive 2018-19

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REPORT ON Annual Sports Day 2018-19

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REPORT ON Effective Parenting Session

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REPORT ON CHILDREN FILM FESTIVAL- MOVIE- KARAMATI COAT

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Report Born To Fly

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Report on National Sports Day

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August Month House Activity

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REPORT ON CLASS PRESENTATI ON OF CLASS V

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REPORT ON CLASS PRESENTATI ON OF CLASS II A

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Youth Parliament 2018

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Story Narration Competition Std IV

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Reading Competition Std III

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Handwriting Competition Std I & II

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June Month Activity

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VI to VIII Mothers meet

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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY CELEBRATION

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Report on UKG Class Presentation- Modesty

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Science Exhibition Report 2017-18

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Report on Field Trip to Zoological Survey of India Museum Pune

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Report on Field Trip to Snake Park

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Report on Mock Fire Evacuation

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Health Check up Camp at AHPS, Chikhali

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Pre Primary Fun Races Report

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Report on Paper Craft Workshop

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Workshop Good and Bad Touch

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Report on Soccer Exhibition at AHPS

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Teacher's Day Celebration

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Inter House Skit Competition

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Report on house competition YOGA and MPT

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Report On Independence Day Celebrartion

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GB MEET Report (12 August 2017)

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EC MEET (29 July 2017)

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CP V, VI & VII Report

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Quiz Competition

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Shlok Recitation

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Blue Day Celebration at AHPS

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REPORT ON SOCKS PUPPET MAKING COMPETITION AT AHPS

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REPORT ON MASK MAKING COMPETITION AT AHPS

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REPORT ON CHIME MAKING COMPETITION AT AHPS

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International Yoga Day Celebration At AHPS

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Workshop On Learning Disabilities At AHPS

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Workshop On First Aid At AHPS

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INTER HOUSE ELOCUTION COMP. STD III, IV & V APRIL

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INTER HOUSE JUST A MINUTE COMP. STD VI & VII APRIL

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INTER HOUSE POEM RECITATION STD I & II

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Report On Puppet Show

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Report On Grandparents Day at AHPS Chikhali

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Report On Kite Festival

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Report On Exhibition

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Annual Day Report

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Appreciation Letter by Shilpa Vemula

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Appreciation Letter by Mr.Mahaveer Khivansara

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Appreciation letter by Mr.Nanasaheb Darekar

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Green Day Celebration at AHPS

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Report On Spell Bee Competition

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Report On Poster Making

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Report On Camel Art Contest

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Blue Day Celebration At AHPS

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AHPS Celebrating Cleanliness Drive In The School

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Childrens Day Celebration At AHPS

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Report on Marathi Poem Competition

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Report On Field Ttrip Of Pre Primary Students To Star Bazar

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Report On Science Park Field Trip

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SHOW AND TELL Competition At AHPS

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Vaachan Prerna Din At AHPS

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Workshop On Living Healthy

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Collage Making Report

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Feild Trip to Village Panchayat Moi Report

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Fire Drill and Evacuation at AHPS

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HEALTH CHECK-UP CAMP AT AHPS

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Report on Diwali Celebration

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Student Details

Year 2019-2020

SR. NO Class Girls Boys totals
1 Nursery 8 24 32
2 LKG 17 17 34
3 UKG 36 36 72
4 I 60 51 111
5 II 40 48 88
6 III 27 26 53
7 IV 26 28 54
8 V 13 24 37
9 VI 17 15 32
10 VII 13 18 31
11 VIII 5 1 6
12 IX 6 6 12

Text Book Details

Year 2019-2020

Sr.No. Name Of The Book Publication
Class VI
1 My Canvas Course book Pearson
2 My Canvas Literature Reader Pearson
3 Vasant Part1( Hindi) NCERT
4 Mai aur meri hindi garmmar New Saraswati
5 Mathematics NCERT
6 RS Agarwal
7 Science NCERT
8 Our Past NCERT
9 The Earth: Our Habitat NCERT
10 Social and Political Life: Part 1 NCERT
11 GK( New Find out) Oxford
12 Saptrang Marathi New saraswati
Class VII
1 My Canvas Course book Pearson
2 My Canvas Literature Reader Pearson
3 Vasant Part2( Hindi) NCERT
4 Mai aur meri hindi garmmar New Saraswati
5 Mathematics NCERT
6 RS Agarwal
7 Science NCERT
8 Our Past NCERT
9 The Earth: Our Habitat NCERT
10 Social and Political Life: Part 2 NCERT
11 GK( New Find out) Oxford
12 Saptrang Marathi New saraswati
Class VIII
1 My Canvas Course book Pearson
2 My Canvas Literature Reader Pearson
3 Vasant Part2( Hindi) NCERT
4 Mai aur meri hindi garmmar New Saraswati
5 Mathematics NCERT
6 RS Agarwal
7 Science NCERT
8 Our Past NCERT
9 The Earth: Our Habitat NCERT
10 Social and Political Life: Part 2 NCERT
11 GK( New Find out) Oxford
12 Saptrang Marathi New saraswati
Class IX
1 Sparsh CBSE
2 Sanchayan Suppl. Hindi CBSE
3 Beehive – English Text CBSE
4 Moments – English Suppl. Rdr CBSE
5 Mathematics CBSE
6 Science CBSE
7 India & Comtemprary World – History CBSE
8 Contemprary India – Geogrophy CBSE
9 Economics CBSE
10 Democratic Politics CBSE
11 Mai aur meri hindi garmmar New Saraswati
12 Maths Lab Manual
13 Science Lab Manual
Class I
1 English Pearson
2 Hindi S.K. Education
3 Hindi Abhyas Pustika S.K. Education
4 Mathematics S.K. Education
5 Art and Activity S.K. Education
6 GK S.K. Education
7 Environmental studies S.K. Education
Class II
1 English Pearson
2 Hindi S.K. Education
3 Hindi Abhyas Pustika S.K. Education
4 Mathematics S.K. Education
5 Art and Activity S.K. Education
6 GK S.K. Education
7 Environmental studies S.K. Education
Class III
1 English Pearson
2 Marathi Madhuban
3 Hindi S.K. Education
4 Social Studies S.K. Education
5 Science S.K. Education
6 Mathematics S.K. Education
7 Art and Activity S.K. Education
8 GK S.K. Education
Class IV
1 English Pearson
2 Marathi Madhuban
3 Hindi S.K. Education
4 Hindi Vyakaran S.K. Education
5 Social Studies S.K. Education
6 Science S.K. Education
7 Mathematics S.K. Education
8 Art and Activity S.K. Education
9 GK S.K. Education
ClassV
1 English Pearson
2 Marathi Madhuban
3 Hindi S.K. Education
4 Hindi Vyakaran S.K. Education
5 Social Studies S.K. Education
6 Science S.K. Education
7 Mathematics S.K. Education
8 Art and Activity S.K. Education
9 GK S.K. Education