‘Nostalgia’ ramp show displays rich historical heritage of India
Jamshedpur, August 4: Little Flower School (LFS) Telco was crowned the overall champion of the Carmel Summit-17, a two-day national event hosted by Carmel Junior College at its Sonari Campus on the 2nd and 3rd August 2017. Team LFS won four of the total ten events held over two days including- La Innovacion, C2J, Nostalgia and Boom Merchant.
Narbheram Hansraj English School (NHES) bagged the runner-up trophy during the prize distribution function held later in the evening. Chief Guest for the function was social worker Beli Bodhanwala. Earlier in the day, ‘Ramp Show ‘ hogged the limelight and was the most sought after event of the summit. The event was titled Modelling (Nostaligia) with the theme ‘Historic’ where students of various participating schools displayed rich historical heritage of India through ‘Cat Walk’. The participating students exhibited historic apparels which were applauded by one and all.
Their canter and courage on the ramp was worth watching. In this event Little Flower School bagged the first prize followed by Carmel School, Hazaribagh and Chinmaya Vidyalaya. Judges for the occasion were Father Hauzi, Dr. Sutapa Vishwas, Sunil Sarangi, Manzri Akhauri, Advocate Udit Sarkar, Captain Jaiswal, Samnin Bagli, Sobhna Ojha, Ranjeet Kumar Karan, Arvind Sinha, Dr. T Mandal, Amrit Singh, Sunny, Tiyali Mittar, Jhumjhumi Nandi and Kavita Chopra.
Youth Parliament was the other attraction of the day were participants spoke on ‘Changing education system’. The students speaking ability was worth watching. Hill Top School was the first prize while Carmel School, Dhanbad was second. Aditya Jha of Narbheram Hansraj English School bagged the best speaker award.
It may be noted that ten events were held over two-days including- Symposium, Gaming (FIFA�14), Acting ( La Masquerade), Modelling (Nostaligia), Quizzing (inquizitie), Model Making (La Innovacion), Marketing a company (Maverick), Managing Corporate Crises (Boom Merchant), Mixing of sound tracks (C2J) and Youth Parliament. Special judges were invited to judge the various events. Lloyd Saldanha AVP and Organiser GREY India PVT LTD was the Quiz Master for the event INQUIZITIVE on day one of the summit.
M. Lini A.C, Principal, Carmel Junior College, said, Carmel Summit provides a platform to the students to participates in various events to showcase their talents.
Carmel Summit-17 saw participation of fifteen schools � 5 Outstation schools and ten local schools including- Carmel School, Dhanbad, Satu Paul Mittal School, Ludhiana, FRI De Nobili School, Digwadih, Carmel School, Hazaribag, Sarla Birla Public School, Ranchi along with local schools including-Sacred Hear Convent School, Loyola School, Little Flower School, Narbheram Hansraj English School, Hill Top School, Chinmaya Vidyalaya, South Park, VIG English School, Motilal Nehru Public School, J H Tarapore School, Dhatkidih and St. Mary�s English High School.