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Sacred Heart School leads tally at sub-district fete

Staff Reporter

KOCHI: Sacred Heart Higher Secondary School, Thevara, the host of the ongoing Ernakulam Sub-District School Kalotsavam, was on the top of the points tally in the higher secondary category with 23 points at the end of the second day of the competition. Darul Uloom Higher Secondary School and St. Teresa’s Convent HSS shared the second position with 15 points each.

In the high school category, St. Antony’s High School, Kacherippady, led with 23 points followed by Sacred Heart High School, Thevara, with 21 points.

St. Teresa’s Convent Girls’ UP School, Ernakulam, was leading the pack with 15 points in the upper primary category.

Pius Girls High School, Edappally, and Government High School, Elamakkara, were close on the heels of the leader with 14 points each.

In the lower primary category, St. Teresa’s Convent LPS, was leading with 16 points with St. Mary’s Convent LPS just a point behind.

Literary contest

CCPLM Anglo Indian High School, Ernakulam, with 25 points was leading in the high school category in the Sanskrit festival being staged alongside.

St. Teresa’s Convent HS was in the second position with 15 points.

In the Arabic fest, Government High School, Vennala led in the high school category with 23 points closely followed by Darul Uloom Higher Secondary School, Ernakulam, with 22 points.

After the literary and painting competitions held on the first day, stage events got off to a start on the second day. Competitions were being held in nine stages in three venues.

One of the highlights of the day was the mono act competition staged on the Sacred Heart school auditorium. Acts portraying a variety of themes from communal tensions to the tragedy in the backwaters of Thekkady came alive on the stage as young minds proved that they had their eyes and ears open to the events happening around them. Sincerity of their efforts notwithstanding, many performances appeared to lack soul and a definite grace affecting the overall standard of the competition.

Earlier in the day, C.M. Dinesh Mani, MLA, inaugurated the fete. The competitions will end on Thursday followed by a valedictory function the next day.

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