SNS celebrates annual day
The occasion was graced by Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Secretary to Government, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication Department, Govt of...
Hyderabad: Sister Nivedita High School, Ameerpet celebrated its 27th annual day at Shilpa Kala Vedika, Hitech city, Hyderabad. Soulful music, deft foot walk, exhibitionism of creativity, foot tapping numbers, energetic performances, inspiring speeches, broad smiles of toppers, the excitement remaining high among the students, staff and parents, marked the occasion.
The occasion was graced by Jayesh Ranjan, IAS, Secretary to Government, Information Technology, Electronics & Communication Department, Govt of Telangana, and Ruchi Ranjan, Psychologist and counselor.
The Programme started with an array of musical instruments set on the stage. The choir comprising the confluence of the parents’ teachers and students displayed an exemplar of harmony of the different stakeholders of the school working in tune with a common goal, success.
Also it was a tribute paid to the legendary vocalist M S Subbulakshmi in her birth centenary and Bala Murali Krishna the maestro of Carnatic music.
Next was the classical resplendence of Invocation dance to Lord Ganapathi – the remover of obstacles.The other eminent dignitaries present on the occasion were V Kondal Rao, Group Chairman, Sister Nivedita Foundation, Karthik Polsani, CEO, Polsani Group, M Harihara Prasad, Director & Jayanthi Venkataraman, Principal.
The Chief Guest presented the Best Student Award with a gold medal to G V Mahati, the Head Girl of the School and silver medals to the toppers of the AISSE 2016. In his keynote address he expressed his happiness to be a part of the program and praised students for their enthusiastic participation.
The big focus of the program was on ‘Save Girl Child – Education – Empowerment’. Every dance / skit that fallowed was based on the above idea. A street play, ‘Nukkad Natak’ was vociferous and impactful in its presentation.
“A sight to Behold’ was the words that people agreed in Unison after watching the Dance-Drama on Rani Rudrama- the legendary queen of Telangana.
The characters, especially the lead played by S Srihita of class X, and the involvement of all with their roles, dialogue delivery was not just a visual treat, but left asking everyone for more. The scene where in Rani Rudrama tames a wild tusker and sits on it, was the highlight of the show.
The queen, an icon then, now and in the future, her courage, determination and service, strength of character, administration par excellence was brought to life with the performance on stage. The dance-drama left the audience spell bound leaving lasting impressions forever.