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11 Medals in IAYP shine in CIS Phagwara’s treasure
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Published on 02 May, 2017

 The Duke of Edinburgh Award, popularly known as International Award for Young People (IAYP) was started in 1956. The students aged 14 to 25, exhibit their talent at various levels based on their ability for an all-round development. The four core areas are Service, Adventure Journey, Skills and Physical Recreation. Based on their performance for 6, 12 or 18 months, the award is set in three levels, bronze, silver and gold respectively. The motives behind this prestigious award are manifold. It helps in development in areas of service, self, courage, behavior, talent and performance. Students of CIS Phagwara have already achieved bronze and silver medals and strive for the gold in near future. Students adorned with bronze medal are Aniket Kumra, Nikhil Kanojia, Parul Duggal, Abhishek Anand, Varinder Kumar, Jaspreet Singh Virk, Manav Arora, Riyan Aggarwal and Arshdeep Babbar while silver is won by Daksh Sehdev and Jiteshwar Singh Gill. Principal honored them in a special assembly to share this happiness with each student and also to set an example for them to strive for higher goals in life.