‘We’ll fulfil duties with pride’ School Notes

ONEROUS TASK: The new leaders of Sudarshan Vidya Mandir at the investiture ceremony.

ONEROUS TASK: The new leaders of Sudarshan Vidya Mandir at the investiture ceremony.  

BANGALORE: Sudarshan Vidya Mandir Group of Institutions, Jayanagar, held its investiture ceremony recently. The programme began with the guard of honour and the general salute.

Principal Hemaa Narayan conferred charges officially to the new office-bearers and congratulated them. The elected leaders promised to keep up the sincere spirit of leadership and fulfil the assigned duties with pride.

Ms. Hemaa told the new leaders to have faith in their abilities and focus on their purpose. She also told them to be role models for other students. Surabhi Manawat and Vinutha were elected captain and vice-captain, respectively for State Board section, while Rishikeshan and Krithika V. were elected captain and vice-captain for the ICSE stream.

Junior captains Anusha Joshi and Rajath proposed a vote of thanks.


Florence Public School, R.T. Nagar, felicitated two former students for scoring high marks in the SSLC examination. Suma N. and Sukhenya S. were presented with mementoes. A cheque of Rs. 10,000 each presented by Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa for scoring the highest marks was handed over them. The programme was held to motivate the future batch of students, said principal Abida. She also expressed happiness that 12 students of the school out of 14 from Bangalore North District have won the NTSE scholarship.

Independence Day

Colourful march past, songs, dances and speeches marked the Independence Day celebration at Air Force School, Hebbal. Squadron Leader A.K.S. Bishnoi unfurled the National Flag and received the salute from the marching contingents. The students presented a colourful cultural programme and paid rich tributes to soldiers and leaders who had laid down their lives for India’s Independence.

Basketball tourney

The Old Boys’ Association of Rashtriya Military School, Bangalore, hosted an interschool basketball tournament recently. In all, seven schools of the city participated. In the finals, Frank Anthony Public School emerged the winners by beating the team from St. Joseph’s Indian Composite PU College. In a nail-biting finish, the Frank Anthony’s team scored 45 points, while the runners-up team scored 43 points.

The Hindu NIE Team

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