Jamshedpur, Dec. 3: Students of Kerala Public School, Mango kick-started its three-day youth fest in the school premises with around 300 student participants from classes 4 to 10. Sharat Chandran, director, Kerala Public School, was the chief guest at the inaugural ceremony.
“Students must dream big, which will make then win bigger challenges in life. I hope students here will make institutions proud with their work in future,” said Sharat Chandran speaking on the occasion.
An array of events were lined up on the first day, ranging from painting to dance, Solo song, group and solo dance, debate, pot painting, fashion designing and cartooning.
Alka Sinha, principal, Kerala Public School, Mango, Arti Bedi, vice principal, KPS, Mango, were also present on the occasion. “Such festivals go a long way in creating a positive ambience in the school, as these help develop a sense of teamwork,” said Alka Sinha.
The second day of youth festival saw effervescent and vivacious cultural live performances by children of Kerala Public School, Mango, and a vivacious lively performance by the dance group of different houses.
Sinha also distributed the prizes to the winners.
Honesty House headed by Shahnawaz was the overall champion, whereas Loyalty and Modesty shared the runners up trophy.
The cultural festivity ‘Youth Festival’ went on for three days from November 30 to December 2 and ended with the “National Anthem.”