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SJR Primary and High School

The high school students of SJR Primary and High School presented a variety entertainment programme as part of the school's silver jubilee celebrations organised in the school auditorium recently. Educationist G.S. Mudambadithaya, chief guest, inaugurated the programme. In his speech, he stressed the role of education in liberating a person from ignorance and was critical of politicians not doing enough to educate the masses. Schools in India do not lay emphasis on the art of learning and silent reading.

They focus only on preparing children for examinations. "Educating the masses not only eradicates illiteracy but also uplifts the economy," he said. Executive committee member R. B. S. Channabasavaradhya distributed endowment prizes to the SSLC toppers.

School topper Vidya. T., was given a cash prize of Rs. 1,750.

Principal Latha Rao presented the school report. M. Shadaksharaswamy, president of the institution and B. R. V. Goud, vice-president of the institution were present.

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