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JAMMU: JK Public School, Kunjwani organised another activity under British Council International School Award. The aim of the activity was to develop the critical skills among the learners so that they can think logically and act globally.
The students were aimed to acquaint about the currencies of Japan, Canada, Australia, Srilanka and Dubai. Different banks were set up by the students of Classes VI to VIII. They participated enthusiastically in the activity.
Each group represented different country. It helped the learners to have a glance at the globe and have practical
knowledge of the subject.
Principal, S.K Singh motivated the students to be a part of such activities as these activities would help them to become global citizens.
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