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Leaders, all:(Top) Lokayukta N. Santosh Hegde interacting with the students of APS Public School, N.R. Colony; the new student leaders of Cluny Convent High School, Jalahalli, at the investiture ceremony; and (above) the new leaders of The Oxford Senior Secondary School (CBSE), J.P. Nagar, at the investiture ceremony.
Students of APS Public School, N.R. Colony, attended a special class recently. Lokayukta N. Santosh Hegde visited the school and interacted with them with a message to fight corruption in public life. He told them how corruption was impacting the life of the common man and urged them to fight corrupt practices.
The young leaders of Cluny Convent High School, Jalahalli, were entrusted with various responsibilities at the investiture ceremony held recently. They took a pledge to honour the trust reposed in them and to do their best to uphold the name of the school. D. Sathya Samhitha was chosen the school captain, and Anusha K. the vice-captain. Aneesha Johnson was appointed the games captain.
BGS National Public School, Hulimavu, in association with Oracle Education Foundation, celebrated the International Year of Chemistry 2011. Many schools from the city participated in the Chemistry Connect Programme.
V. Lakshminarayanan of Raman Research Institute was the chief guest. He explained to them the concept of atoms, molecules and the principle of scanning, and tunnelling microscope. Later, during the interactive session, students and teachers participated and posed questions to the chief guest. Kamal Peter, programme manager, Oracle Corporate Citizenship, was present.
The investiture ceremony held at The Oxford Senior Secondary School (CBSE), J.P. Nagar, witnessed the induction of members of the school governing council.
Anu Thomas, principal, Kendriya Vidyalaya (IISc), who was the chief guest, inducted the new leaders and congratulated them. She stressed on the need for a leader to guide his followers with devotion, dedication and pride. She also urged them to face challenges in life with faith in their capabilities. Harishankar V. Menon and Papia Bera accepted the responsibilities as school captains.
The team leaders took a pledge to carry out their duties with sincerity and efficiency. School principal Mariamma S. Mathew shared her thoughts on leadership.
Sri Jnanakshi Vidyaniketan, Rajarajeshwarinagar, celebrated its 12th founding day and 11th annual day recently. The Sri Shivarathnapuri Sky Light Auditorium was inaugurated on the occasion. Jayendrapuri Swami inaugurated the auditorium. He told the students to work sincerely towards their goals.
English and Kannada skits were part of the cultural programme. A solo Bharatanatyam, Hindi group song and group dance, and a Sanskrit song were the highlights of the show. P. Sadananda Maiya, chairman, Maiya's Beverages and Foods, was the chief guest. He shared his experiences as a student and also gave away prizes to meritorious students.
St. Joseph's Indian High School, Vittal Mallya Road, elected its student leaders recently. In all, six candidates were selected by principal Gerald S.J. and teachers to contest the election. They canvassed for their candidature and shared their vision for the school. For the first time, voting took place using electronic voting machines. Dickson T.J. was elected the school pupil leader, while Divyachandra J. became the deputy school pupil leader.
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