Parallel Bar - Gold Medal
Vaulting table - Gold Medal
Floor exercise - Silver Medal
Pomel Horse - Silver Medal
Floor Exercise - Gold Medal
Parallel Bar - Silver Medal
Vaulting Table - Silver Medal
3 Gold and 1 silver
BALANCING BEAM - GOLD
UNEVEN BAR - GOLD
FLOOR EXERCISE- GOLD
VAULTING - SILVER
Royal Global School congratulates Aditi on her achievements.
Rivers Education Foundation (REF) has been providing affordable educational services in the city of Guwahati, since 2013. In 2021, REF is embarking on a mission to inculcate the spirit of adventure and creativity in the youth through both online and on-site events. To encourage creative expression, originality and creative writing, REF announced the 1st REF Youth Literary awards today.
The award winners from Royal Global School, Guwahati are:
Details of the event is mentioned below:
The following students brought laurels to the school in different categories mentioned below :
Rochit Paul,of Grade VI A won second prize in Art Competition hosted by WWF India in collaboration with Manas Ever Welfare Society MEWS and Manas Maozigendri Eco-tourism Society MMES to mark the occasion of World Environment day. A proud moment for Royalities as he was chosen amongst students from all over Assam where more than 5500 participants participated.
Master Revansh Sarma (b 07-01-2017), a UKG student at Royal Global School and the son of Banita Das Sarma and Manoj Sarma of Guwahati, Assam, has established a record for recalling the names of chief ministers of all states in one minute without making any errors. On the 24th of June 2021, the record was successfully set at his home. The Assam Book of Records (ABR) congratulates him on his achievement and lists him as a State Record holder.
Ritisha Mayra Rajbongshi (b 11-03-2013), a IIIrd standard student at Royal Global School and the daughter of Momee Tamuly Rajbongshi and Reettik Rajbongshi of Guwahati, Assam, has established a record for recalling the names of 195 countries in 2 minute and 25 seconds without making any errors. On the 6th of July 2021, the record was successfully set at her home. The Assam Book of Records (ABR) has listed her as a State Record holder.
Yati Agarwal, has yet again made the school proud by establishing a state record of solving four different cube puzzles in the fastest time of 3 minutes 25 seconds on 28th May, 2021. We wish her all the best and may she achieve greater heights of success.