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‘Srujanotsav’ draws over 2,800 school students

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Contests in light music, elocution, group dance, photography

BALANCING ACT:Students presenting a cultural programme at the Srujanotsav in Warangal on Friday.PHOTO: M. MURALI
BALANCING ACT:Students presenting a cultural programme at the Srujanotsav in Warangal on Friday.PHOTO: M. MURALI

The ongoing Srujanotsav -- a cultural mega event provided students of different schools a unique opportunity to exhibit their talents here.

The second day’s events were inaugurated by Warangal (West) MLA Dasyam Vinay Bhasker at Markazi Government High School at Hanamkonda on Thursday.

Speaking on the occasion, he called upon parents and teachers to encourage students to take part in the cultural and sports events more often for their overall development.

“Events like Srujanotsav will help explore the hidden talents of students. It also works as a stress-buster for the present generation of students who are engaged in hectic academic schedules,” he opined.

Event chief organiser Valsa Paidi presented a report on the second day’s events at the festival. He said about 2,800 students from different schools across the district presented various programmes.

Perini dance

Perini dance performance by a group of students stood out as the highlight of the day. Competitions were held in light music, elocution, group dance, photography and singing.

Paidi expressed pleasure over the fact that students from rural background had actively taken part in different events.

The competition between students was intense and it would make them perform better, he noted.

Programme executive Md. J Rahman, District Headmasters Association president Jayapal Reddy, Markazi Government School head master Ajam Raj, and others were present.


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