05-16-2015, 02:00 PM
Rani public school crowned winners in Kerala CBSE Kalolsav States
TIRUR (Malappuram): 20th Edition of Kerala CBSE Kalolsav State ended on a happy note with Rani Public School, Vadakara, emerging global champions with 489 points. Devamatha CMI Public School, Thrissur, was the first runner-up with 416 points and hosts MES Central School with 348 points to become the second runner-up. Central Area-won Sabareesh Sundararajan Gold Cup for overall championship with 2688 points. Central zone B was runner-up with 2346 points. Salim Kumar actor overall championship trophy handed to Hurt Public School.
Rani Public School, which was the champion of four straight years 2009-2012, regained the title after a gap of one year, having lost to the Holy Grace Academy, Mala, last year. The school participated and won awards at 124 articles total 144 items at youth fest. "Systematic Reviews, planning and dedication of staff and students enabled us to regain the title with a clear advantage," said principal Sathyanathan Geethalaxmi. She said that the school would improve next year's results, after appropriate evaluation and correction of mistakes.
Almost 3,500 students participated in 144 articles in this three-day festival. Competitions were held in four categories. Fest saw a good number of quality shows. "Some elements, such as classical music, dance and recitation of stellar performances seen malayalam. Tight competition and impartial judgement made at a significant Festival, "said judging panel Chief Soumya Krishnakumar. A total of 121 judges rated performances. The Commission has only received four appeals were subsequently withdrawn after satisfactory replies.
This youth festival will probably be the last under CBSE School Association control flag, as there have been opportunities for a unified youth festival next year in the Department of human resources Development, said association officials during the press meet before the farewell function.
As the curtains came down on the Kerala state youth festival 20 CBSE, participants, parents and teachers have had only praise for the organisers and volunteers of Central School, MES Tirur, hosts the Festival. They said the hosts were huge event exceptionally well with high-quality services and facilities. More than 280 teachers, staff of nearly 70 and 180 students support services dedicated to over 5,000 participants and the teachers and parents who accompanied him.
"Usually it's the volunteers that make things worse by unnecessary interference and restrictions. Volunteers here were well mannered, "said Anil g., a parent." The hosts provided us with quality food and accommodation, "said Praveena, a participant in Thrissur. "The authorities have done a fabulous job. We thank them for their support and help, "said CBSE School managements Association general Secretary Mike Rajan.
MES Central School President and director a. Moideen Kutty said volunteers were given special training before the fest. "Our school system is such that students and staff know how to deal with hospitality. They know that every negative issue will be a blot on the reputation of all the institutions, "he said." I'm happy to hear that the outstation participants and their parents spoke well of our institution. As a family, the school has worked hard for the success of the Festival, "he added.
A total of 16 stages were set up at the school. Food was prepared for nearly 8,000 people every day. Started in 1990, Central School, MES is one of the largest schools in the State of CBSE with more than 3,500 students studying from pre-school to senior secondary sections.