Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Pragya Singh of Sacred Heart Convent School Jamshedpur aces ASISC zonal declamation competition

Students of 24 schools across Jamshedpur participate, KSMS girl crowned first runner-up

Jamshedpur, Aug 3: After a long hiatus, as the school and colleges were permitted to reopen, the Association of Schools for the Indian School Certificate (ASISC) scheduled a string of literary competitions in various schools across the country.

Sacred Heart Convent School Jamshedpur was nominated to host the zonal level Declamation Competition for the sub-junior category which included students of classes 6, 7 and 8. This event, the first of its kind, was held on the 3rd of August 2022. Students of 24 schools across the city enthusiastically participated in this memorable event.

Strictly adhering to all Covid-19 health and safety protocols, the School Management under the guidance of the Principal Sister Rashmita A.C. left no stone unturned to the mark the event a success.

After the arrival of the honourable judges, the programme commenced with a prayer service invoking God’s blessings followed by a prayer song sung by the school choir. The event was judged by Father Francis M. Peter S.J. , professor of Managerial Communication Xavier School of Management, Niloy Mitter CEO NeedleMover Management, actor and theater enthusiast and Mitali Roy Chaudhary, academician.

The competition went on with all 24 participants coming up on stage and delivering their speeches within the limited time frame of three minutes.

Pragya Singh of Sacred Heart Convent School who declaimed Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam with speech ‘My Vision for India’ secured first place. The first runner up was Rishika Thakur of Kerala Samajam Model School with her speech ‘Ain’t I a Woman?’ and the second runner up was Adrita Mukherjee of Little Flower School declaiming the speech ‘Why is it?’.

Father Francis M. Peter S.J. commented on the coordination of the students in carrying out the events gracefully. Niloy Mitter shared a touching story applauding the “stamp of quality” of Sacred Heart Convent School. The school choir was also praised by the judges. Mitali Roy congratulated all the participated.

The winner and the first runner up are qualified for the regional level.

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