Bangalore Public School, Indiranagar, celebrated Children’s Day by organising a variety of activities. The programme began with a fancy dress competition, in which children in colourful attires brought smiles on the faces of the audience. Students presented speeches on the significance of the day. Later, the tiny tots of nursery section presented well-choreographed dances. School principal Saramma George gave away prizes to the winners in various competitions. Vice-principal S.V. Vasumathi told the students to care for the less-fortunate children in their neighbourhoods.
Kendriya Vidyalaya (KV), Malleswaram, hosted the regional-level science exhibition. The three-day exhibition saw steady stream of visitors that included students from various KVs of Bangalore and also parents. There were exhibits with various science subthemes like information technology and education, natural resources and their conservations, mathematical modelling, transport and communication industry and community health and environment bringing out the scientific temper in students. In all, 41 KVs from the Bangalore region participated in the exhibition with great enthusiasm and zeal. Eminent scientist B.V. Sreekantan went around the exhibition and interacted with the students. Datta Rajeshwari, Assistant Commissioner, KVS, Regional Office, Bangalore, accompanied him. A newsletter was also released on the occasion.
The primary section of Ryan International School, Kundanahalli, celebrated Kannada Rajyotsava with pomp and show. The faculty members of the Kannada Department ensured that the essence of Karnataka’s tradition and culture was displayed in all its grandeur. The programme also brought out the love for the State and the language.
The programme began with the badge-making activity and all the students wore the badges proudly. Vice-principal Vidya Guruprasad told the students to respect the culture and the language of the place where they reside. The programme was educative as well as informative.