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READING DAY or READING MONTH FROM 19th JUNE TO 18th JULY

ACTIVITIES:-

19 JUNE 2018 – Reading campaign                                                                                                       The entire school has observed reading hour for 30 minutes in the morning after assembly.

 

 

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INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY CELEBRATIONS 21st JUNE 2018

International yoga day was celebrated under the guidance of a chief guest Mrs. Usha Vijayan, an active art of living and yoga practitioner on 21 june 2018. the whole school (students and staff) participated

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INVESTITURE CEREMONY- 20th JUNE 2018

 

 

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GREEN DAY CELEBRATION – 2018 Green day was celebrated in our Vidyalaya on 04th April 2018 with a motto REDUCE, REUSE, and RECYCLE. The event was held to sensitize the student about the need to preserve environment by encouraging students to present their used text books at the end of the academic year to the students of next batch. 160 students were participated in the event held in the school during the morning assembly and 950 books were donated in the presence of the chief guest Mr. Francis Eravelil, a renowned environmental activist and also a BSNL employee. GREEN CRUSADER’S CERTIFICATES were distributed to the donors and the receivers by the chief guest and also delivered an inspiring speech to the students regarding the protection of our environment. Sri. Prabhakaran P.M, principal of the Vidyalaya imparted the message and the relevance of green day.

 

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