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Teachers’ Day and Onam Celebrations

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Snapshots of Teachers’ Day Celebration. Students and teachers watched Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi’s Interactive Session live on this day.
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And, below, a glimpse of Onam Celebration.
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Interact Club Career Guidance Session

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A career guidance session was conducted in Kendriya Vidyalaya Port Trust as part of Interact Club activity sponsored by Rotary Club Cochin West on 04 September, 2014. The theme was “Indian Administrative Services”. An enriching talk was delivered by Mr Babu Rajeev, Retd. IAS Officer, Assam Cadre, in the august presence of Principal Mrs Holy George, Rotract President V Renjith, Rotarian Mr Balchander, Faculty Advisor Mrs Lini Nair, which highly motivated students who were popping up questions and clarifications in the quest for stardom in the Indian Administrative Services.
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And, below, Mr Babu Rajeev visiting the Chemistry Lab and reliving the memories of his academic years, since he was chemistry student.
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Annual Academic Inspection, 2014

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Glimpses of the Annual Academic Inspection held on 21/08/14 and 22/08/14.
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Investiture Ceremony

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Glimpses of the Investiture Ceremony 2014 held on 15/07/14. More photos here.

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