Students of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Lucknow, shine at COMFESTadmin
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Comfest, an annual, 17-year-old, social-techno-cultural festival by the Jaipuria School Kanpur, holds the unique distinction of being the largest, student organised, school-level fest in India. Its uniqueness is accentuated by the fact that while most school events involve a huge number of teachers, Comfest is completely student-organized. At Comfest, a four-day extravaganza, which witnesses participation from more than 55 schools across Asia, more than 800 students compete in an array of 37 diverse events that test a multitude of their skills, be it mental aptitude, literary prowess, technical proficiency, or creative expertise.
Students of Seth Anandram Jaipuria School, Shaheed Path, Lucknow also participated in various events and the following were the proud winners.
Navansh Jaiswal – XII won First Prize in “So you can think you can solve?”
Devansh Agarwal – XII won First Prize in “Cyber Etching”
Anurag Pathak – XII won Second Position in “VID-ED”