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VOICE YOUR VIEWS: SCHOOL ANNUAL DAYS - BOON OR BANE?
More letters on the same topic will be published next week
Definitely, it is a boon. It helps the students to participate in group activities and kindles a desire to perform better. It also provides a chance to the parents to assess the potential of their wards.
It is during the Annual Day toppers in academic activities are recognised. Receiving the academic award amidst a thundering ovation makes one person aim higher and higher to add many more feathers to his cap. That day is the most unforgettable ...
Western culture of schools collecting funds for Annual Day seems to be spreading to India. It is not uncommon to see students misbehaving with each other during such functions, resulting in fatal injuries. Teachers force school children to ...
School Annual Day is definitely a boon and not a bane. It brings out the inherent talents of students. It also gives an opportunity to the management to explain its achievements and future plans to one and all.
Annual Day is a dream day for each and every school student, Every student can exhibit his individual talent in many ways on the day. Students are also awarded for their talents and performance during the year. It is prestigious for students ...
The practice of celebrating Annual Day by schools is not at all necessary and desirable as it involves extravagant spending and pomp. Any educational institution can make a mark only by producing good academic results and bright students. But, ...
Take care of your kid
Some simple measures to prevent injuries in schoolchildren learning martial arts
Of carrots and more...
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His PIL for social ills
Rajiv Rajan, who was named a national Role Model, has been fighting for the rights of the disabled
The coolest one!
Indian rap king Baba Sehgal talks about his music, TV shows and his new album
“Jodhaa Akbar” in Tamil
Ashutosh Gowarikar’s “Jodhaa Akbar” is turning out to be a huge hit worldwide. In the first four days of its release, it collected nearly Rs. 39 crore, and has the potential to become a super hit as it has no major competitor ...
Nayanthara races ahead
Nayanthara is racing ahead of other heroines in Kollywood to the number one slot. Her “Yaaradi Nee Mohini” is ready for release. “Sathyam” with Vishal will be her big summer release and she will start work on ...
Palatable platter for a perfect bite
Sree Krishna Garden provides a rare combo of food and entertainment
Last Thursday (February 21) evening nearly 20,000 people from all walks of life turned up to watch the grand finale of “Manada Mayilada” (MM), the reality dance programme on Kalaignar TV.
Actors Surya and Kushbhoo presented a ...
Vijay TV’s “Neeya? Naana?” (Sunday, 9 p.m.), a talk show focussing on socially relevant topics, is becoming increasingly popular. The show averaged a channel share of 18 per cent in the last five weeks as per the latest TAM ...
The movie channel Filmy has an interesting weekly programme “Bollywood ka Boss”.
Conceived by the Synergy Adlabs Media, “Bollywood ka Boss” is a completely desi show and not inspired by any foreign show.
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