Karnataka

Classrooms turn a learning hub at Hindu Literary Fest in Kalaburagi

Winners of The Hindu Literary Fest with the chief guest Shivdutt Honnalli, Registrar (Evaluation) of Sharnbasva University, at Dodddappa Appa Auditorium on SBR campus in Kalaburagi on Sunday.

Winners of The Hindu Literary Fest with the chief guest Shivdutt Honnalli, Registrar (Evaluation) of Sharnbasva University, at Dodddappa Appa Auditorium on SBR campus in Kalaburagi on Sunday.  

more-in

The Hindu Literary Fest organised on the Sharanabasaveshwar Residential Public School campus here on Sunday turned the four-walled classrooms into an interactive learning hub and a platform to showcase creative talent hidden in students of Class 1 to Class 10. The event was organised by The Hindu Future India Club, in association with SBR Group of Institutions.

The scholastic competition was conducted in eight disciplines, including storytelling, dramatised book reading, and fairy tales with a twist, creative narration, creative writing, theatre (drama), and describing mythological characters.

The narration of stories of Ravana, Dashrath, Yudhisthira and Parshuram by SBR School and Appa Public School students kept the spectators glued to their seats.

The students enjoyed dramas, Julius Caesar, King Lear, End of Casteism and Disadvantages of mobile, enacted by high school students.

Children from Class 1 to 4 were seen enthusiastically participating in story narration, creative narrations, book reading and creative writing.

Prize winners

In the story telling category, Apoorva B.M. (Class II) won the first place, Sanjana P.D. (class II) the second place and Satvika N. (Class I) finished third.

In the book reading category, Harsha V.S. (Class III) won the first prize, Poorvi P. (Class III) the second prize, Pavan R. (Class I) the third prize.

In the fairy tales competition, Shashank S.P., Umar Abdullah and Sumanth of Class IV bagged the first, second and third prizes, respectively.

In the Jataka tales competition, Shraddha V.K. (Class V) won the first place, Samrudhi (Class IV) the second prize and Swastik D. Mehtry (Class V) finished third.

In the creative narration category, B.B. Shivaprasad (VII) won the prize place, Shreyas J.D. (VII) the second and Krupa (Class VI) the third prize.

In the drama competition, the play, Magic Mirror, won the first prize and another play, Google, came second.

In the creative writing category for high school students, Guruprasad Y.G. won the first place, Sneha Y.S. the second and Nandini P.D. finished third.

In describing a mythological character, Priyanka B. (Class X) won the first prize, Prajwal R. (Class X) the second and Sushma (Class VIII) the third.

In drama (high school category), Julius Caesar by students of Class IX of Appa Public School won the first prize, King Lear by Class X students of RVV School, Yadgir, the second and End of Casteism by Class VIII students received the third prize.

Shivdutt Honnalli, Registrar (Evaluation) and dean of faculty of Business Studies and the chief guest, distributed the trophies and certificates to the winners.

Why you should pay for quality journalism - Click to know more

Related Topics Karnataka
Recommended for you
This article is closed for comments.
Please Email the Editor

Printable version | Jan 26, 2020 6:28:59 PM | https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/karnataka/classrooms-turn-a-learning-hub-at-hindu-literary-fest-in-kalaburagi/article25867710.ece

Next Story