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Innovative ways:Students of Capitol Public School, J.P. Nagar, with
National Public School, Rajajinagar, held a music programme, Little Voices, in which students of Classes I to V mesmerised the audience with their performances. This five-day event brought to the fore the multifaceted personalities of the students.
Each choir displayed its penchant for both Western and classical music, rendering a list of catchy songs each with a message to remember — giving the event a taste of jugalbandi. The songs, embellished with light jigs, were indeed a fun way of introducing children to various styles of music. The event was also marked by instrumental performances by senior students.
Capitol Public School, J.P. Nagar, had recently held an exhibition called Aavishkar. It was organised to facilitate learning through experiments and provide an opportunity for students to interact and ask questions and engage in discussions with visitors. Students from pre-primary to high school displayed exhibits and working models. Various informative models, charts and innovative projects on rainwater management, submarines, remote-controlled vehicles and eco-friendly houses, among others, were put up.
The East-West School, Basavanagudi, bade adieu to its outgoing students of Class X, as well as the nursery students, at a programme held recently.
Chandrika Shekar, a child psychologist, was the chief guest at the nursery graduation ceremony. She stressed on the role of parents in the holistic development of a child. Retired IAS officer S. Prabhakaran delivered the keynote address at the senior class' graduation ceremony.
He spoke about the power of mind over body. The ceremonies concluded with an impressive cultural show by the students.
BGS National Public School, Hulimavu, recently held the ‘Jyothidaan' ceremony for its outgoing students of Class X. Sri Balagangadharanatha Swami of Adichunchanagiri Math was the chief guest. He encouraged students to work hard to do the nation proud.
Oxford English High School, Nagarabhavi, had recently organised the graduation ceremony. It was a day of mixed emotions for the students, who paid rich tributes to their mentors. Certificates of merit were awarded. M.C. Ravindra Nath, Chairman of the institution; B.R. Supreeth, Secretary; and Principal H.N. Usha were present.
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