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Annai School celebrates Annual Day



Fun and frolic:Students of Annai School perform on their Annual Day. (Bottom) Students of Pragathi Vidya Niketan listen attentively to Babu Gogineni.



HYDERABAD: Students of the Annai School at Begumpet celebrated the school's Annual Day at the MCH grounds nearby. President of the Mehboob College Committee Namdev was the chief guest while the Secretary Vidya Rani was the guest of honour for the occasion. Cultural programmes included Gopikas dancing with Lord Krishna in Brindavan, and an enactment of Akbar's court.

Pragathi Vidya Niketan

Students of the Pragathi Vidya Niketan school listened to the lecture by renowned Science commentator Babu Gogineni on the National Science Day on February 28.

Mr. Gogineni unveiled the roots of ‘pseudo-science' and superstitions prevailing even among space scientists, to help the students cultivate scientific temper.

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