St Aloysius School celebrates annual day

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 01 Dec 2017 11:39:15


Staff Reporter,

ST Aloysius Senior Secondary School celebrated annual day and prize distribution in the campus at Poliapathar on Tuesday. The programme was organised on the theme ‘Fusion Fiesta’ during which cultural diversity of India was celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal. Vice-Chancellor of Rani Durgavati University Professor Kapil Dev Mishra graced the programme as chief guest, while Bishop of Jabalpur Diocese Bishop Gerald Almeida presided over.

The event started with welcome and felicitation of both the invited dignitaries followed with embarkment of auspicious lighting of the programme by Professor Mishra, Bishop Almeida, School Principal, Zibi Sebastian, Vice Principal Seema Tomy and school’s head boy, Vishal Panjwani. During cultural activities, prayers evoked divine spirits in appraisal of God, East to West showed that in unity all paradoxes are resolved it was a fusion of east culture meeting west. Dazzling squad showed culture retainment of simplicity and innocence by mingling Manipuri and Bihu folk dance. English skit presented values of soul which showed importance of family and parents. The school’s annual report was tabled by Principal, Sebastian highlighting the achievements of the students and school during last academic session.

Addressing the gathering, Professor Mishra applauded efforts of students, management and teachers for putting up such a magnificent programme. Overall development of students is important in this competitive world, he added.
Symphony showcased talented artists of the school who left their charismatic impression on the audience by playing songs on instruments. The Bishop in his address congratulated all the winners and motivated them with views that more students should come up in coming year for participation.

Another highlight of the evening was prize distribution ceremony where academic achievers of the year and children who excelled with 90 per cent and above and had 100 per cent attendance were awarded. The programme concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by Vice President Seema Tomy.