IHS students Makes a New National Record in Swimming
 
The CBSE National Swimming Championship Held at Pune, India, from 6th to 9th November, 2012, was another winning spot for IHS as 10th grader Arushee Wahi in 4 swimming events. Wahi has not only brought laurels to her Alma Mater but also has set a new 200 m backstroke swimming record in India. She completed her lap in as little as 2 minutes 39seconds and 83 micorseconds.

Along with three gold medals in 50m, 100, and 200 m backstroke, Wahi also won a Bronze medal in 50 m butterfly stroke. It is not the first time for her to participate in such a coveted championship and surely isn't going to be the last. She has persistently showcased her potential in various previously held swimming championships help, nationally as well as internationally.

For the past few years, Wahi has maintained her record of participating and winning in swimming championship, thereby creating a niche for herself. Due to her inclination and excellence in swimming, she has even received the tag of being called the 'little mermaid' in this sphere.

Her regular practise and determination to perform better makes her the fitting sportsman. As IHS was happy to have a budding swimmer in the institution, the CEO, Mr. Ashok Kumar, on this occasion stated, "Students carve their own niche these days, we (educationists) are mere catalysts who allow them to thrive and showcase talent. IHS always aimed to provide quality sports programs for the students so that they can channelize their skills appropriately. It is during such occasions, when our pupil brings laurels to the institution, then, we are even more motivated to provide them with facilities to aid their growth and development in that sphere."