NMC Schools that is often known for being mismanaged with low result seems to be in news this time for a good reason. Yes, you heard it right, the NMC school of Nagpur has given three state-level cyclists who would be participating in the Interstate School Level Cycling Competition to be held in Baramati next month on 1st of December. As per reports, the three cyclists from the NMC School comes from the Valmikinagar Hindi Secondary School managed by the Nagpur Municipal Corporation will be heading for the competition on 30th this month.
They will be participating in the state-level school cycling competition which is going to be held between 30th November to December 1 in the areas of Baramati near Pune. The names of these students from the NMC school include Sanjana Thakur, Poonam Pawar, and Vishesh Shahu. The announcement was made by the school principal and they were even felicitated by the newly elected mayor of our city Mr. Sandeep Joshi.
While felicitating the students, Mr. Joshi congratulated the three players and wished them good luck for the said cycle competition to be held at Baramati. The others who were present at the Mayor’s office include the Sports president Pramod Chikhale, Education Deputy President Pramod Tabhane, controlling officer Nitin Bhole, corporator Varsha Thackeray, sports officer Piyush Ambulkar, and the NMC School Principal Sandhya Medpalliwar. We wish them good luck for the competition. Stay tuned to know more about city and others only with us.