Thursday, September 17, 2009

BIS #1553 JAILTALA HAPPENINGS

BIS correspondent
NAGPUR, SEPTEMBER 17, 2009:
‘Hindi Day’ was celebrated at St. Joseph Vidyalaya, Jaitala on September 14, 2009, with great enthusiasm. The program began with a prayer in Hindi. The manager of school then delivered the welcome address which kick started the day. Through out the day the Hindi language flowed through dramas and patriotic songs. The school houses performed dramas in Hindi on various themes.
Ms. Regani the school teacher along with Fr. James Nigrel emphasised the importance of Hindi in our cultural educational life. IN the end the Vote of Thanks was delivered by Mrs. Preeti. The children shared their views about the day. They realised that India is rooted wit a strong culture and Hindi- our national language provides a medium for varied cultures of the country to come together.
An English elocution competition was also conducted at St. Joseph Vidyalaya recently. Students of fifth standard performed in front of a 348 student audience with no sign of fear or stage fright. Their practice and confidence was appreciated by all.
In the end the judges Mrs. Telang and Regani provided useful tips to all the participants. The principal, Fr. James also emphasized over correct pronunciation, expressions and usage of words. Thanks to Fr. Dominic, the manager who made the competition a success along with all the teaching and non teaching staff.

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