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Students for karate tournament

Students of Sri Vani Education Centre presenting a skit as part of World Environment Day celebrations

Students of Sri Vani Education Centre presenting a skit as part of World Environment Day celebrations  

SAMBRAM I.D., HARSHA J. D'SOUZA and Vinor R., Black Belt I Don and students of Class 10 of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's Nagarjuna Vidyaniketan, Yelahanka, have been selected to participate in an international karate tournament. They are being sent to the tournament to be held in Pollachi, Tamil Nadu, by Kisho Shin Kai Karate Academy of Sanjaynagar, Bangalore. They were trained by karate master Sen Sai Venkatesh.

`Nature walk'

SRI VANI Education Centre celebrated World Environment Day on its premises on the international theme for this year, "Green cities - Plan for the planet." The highlight of the event, "Hanumavana," was on maintaining the greenery surrounding us. Students of third and fourth standards were taken on a "nature walk" to a nearby farm

Environment awareness

THE SINDHI High School at Kempapura, Hebbal, celebrated World Environment Day with a team from Greenpeace, an international organisation, enlightening students on various problems endangering the earth.

The video clippings enabled students get an insight into the nuclear disarmament movement, the killing of creatures such as whales and seals and all about global warming. Students enjoyed singing the song " Fighting to save the earth, as we know it..." symbolising the need to save the environment. They were also helped to understand the need to use cleaner, affordable products, minimise the use of plastics and the importance of positive energy and solar power generation.

Fresher's Day celebrated

FRESHER'S DAY was celebrated by the eighth standard students of Auden Public School, Banashankari 3rd Stage. High school teachers were felicitated for the good results in the tenth standard examination this year. The students also took oath in the presence of their parents.

The event was inaugurated by the former Director of Public Instruction, Sampangi.He urged parents to encourage children and support them in academics and extracurricular activities.

— The Hindu NIE Team

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