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A 15-year-old girl, O.P. Jindal School has brought glory for Angul


Angul:26/10/17; A 15-year-old girl, O.P. Jindal School (OPJS) has brought glory for Angul district by representing Odisha the National Level Schools Cricket U-17 (Girls) Tournament 2017-18.

Miss Namrata Raghuvanshi, 10th standard student of OPJS, is a budding cricketer with exceptional all-round talent.  The Students, Teachers and School Management Committee (SMC) of the O.P. Jindal School (OPJS) at Angul, celebrated the blissful moment today by felicitating Miss Raghuvanshi.

On this occasion, Angul Location Head and Executive Director of the unit Mr. Dinesh Kumar Saraogi, congratulated Miss Namrata Raghuvanshi and wished her all the best for the upcoming National tournament and hope the girls of Odisha will do wonder in the tournament and bring glory for the state.

Miss Raghuvanshi’s father Mr. Dilip Singh Raghuvanshi, is a proud jindalite and working in JSPL since 1996. Expressing his happiness over his daughter’s achievement, he said “we are very happy with the performance of our daughter and really thankful to the teachers and SMC of OPJS, for their all-round support, coaching and proper guidance to achieve her dreams”.

The National Level tournament is going to be held from 1st Nov-15th Nov, 2017 at Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh.

Felicitating Miss Raghuvanshi, OPJS Principal Mr. Chhanda Charan Das not only expressed his happiness over the success of his student but also blessed her to emerge as a sports icon of the School and the District in coming days.

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