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Karnataka Vidya Niketan annual day

?THE CULTURAL programmes organised in schools offer students an opportunity to showcase their talent and also help in personality development. Students with a strong character and good personality can contribute to the development of nation?, said Anand Mohan Mathur at the annual function of Karnataka Vidya Niketan yesterday.

india Updated: Jan 07, 2006 20:51 IST

“THE CULTURAL programmes organised in schools offer students an opportunity to showcase their talent and also help in personality development. Students with a strong character and good personality can contribute to the development of nation”, said Anand Mohan Mathur at the annual function of Karnataka Vidya Niketan yesterday.

Institute trustee Ramnath Pakkal presided over the function. Karnataka Sangh president H S Ranganath, Dr T Shripathi, G M C Rao and Raghinath were special guests. Sonali Bakshi welcomed the guests and Nandan Sharma introduced them.

The programme began with a welcome song and Ganesh Vandana. School principal Prabhakar Rao read out the annual report. The students performed Bengali dance, Kannada dance, Bhangra, Krishna Maharaas, Ramayan dance drama, mime, Yoga, aerobics, ballet and songs. The guests awarded the toppers of each class along with students having cent percent attendance.

The school website was also launched.

First Published: Jan 07, 2006 20:51 IST