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Book Fair

A three-day book fair was held in the library on 7-9 October, 2015. Library was a place of bustle during these days. Students were exposed to a wide variety of books and publications.

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Chess whizkids!

The Vidyalaya was the venue of a 10-day Chess Training Camp attended by the chess whizkids of the Ernakulam Region. Here Principal, KV Port Trust, Smt Holy George and other teachers are seen posing with the participants before they left for New Delhi to participate in the KVS National Chess Meet. The participants are as follows:

Under 14 Boys: Eldho Skaria (KV Port Trust), Sidharth D (KV Sap), Amal Roozi (KV Payyanoor), Sreedeep C V (KV Kannur), Hari Suresh (Pattom-1)

Under 17 Boys: Martahndan K U (KV, Kadvantra), Hisham R S (KV Kanjikode), Jinan Jomon (KV Ottappalam), Adarsh P B (KV Kadvantra), Vaisakh Krishna U. B. (KV Cheneerkara)

Under 19 Boys: Anfas Muhammed (KV Payyannur), Vinu Unnikrishnan (KV No1.Palakkad), Athul P M (KV No2 Calicut), John Febin Mathew (RB, Kottayam), Mohammed Irfan (KV Kadavanthara)

Under 14 Girls: Sruthi P S (KV No2 Naval Base), Asna Abdeen (NAD Aluva), Hasna Salim (KV Kanjikode), Nandana (KV Perigome), Vaishnavi Satheesh (KV Kanjikode)

Under 17 Girls: Fathima Abdeen (KV Nad, Aluva), Sreedhanya E. B. (KV Kanhagod), Shreenidhi C V (KV, Kannur),
Shweta N (KV R B Kottyam), Anamika S S (KV Crpf Pallipuram)

Under 19 Girls : Nandita B (KV Ottapalam), Chandana Hari M (KV Pattom, Shift 1), Parvathy M (KV Kanjikode)
T Anagha Shivadas (KV Kanjikode), Krishna Priya S (RB Kottayam)

KV Port Trust wishes them ALL THE BEST!
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Onam Celebration at KVPT

View photos of Onam Celebrations at KVPT

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Happy Independence Day

Catch glimpses of the celebrations at KVPT. Click here.

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Vidyalaya Patrika 2015: Read it online!


The KVPT Vidyalaya Patrika 2015 was inaugrated today (12/8/2015) during the VMC Meeting. Click here to view it online.

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