Beltangady: Kindergarten convocation ceremony held at Anugraha School

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Beltangady, Feb 3: Graduation ceremony of kindergarten students of Anugraha School, Ujire was held at the Anugraha Auditorium on Friday February 3.

The tiny tots along with the chief guest, members of the faculty and the members of the management committee were present in the ceremonial march. The tiny tots of UKG section looked elegant in their graduation attire.

LKG students invoked God’s blessings on everyone through a lively prayer dance. The guests were warmly welcomed by the little ones of LKG. The principal Fr Vijay Lobo gave the introductory speech.

The chief guest Dr Dimple Jennifer Fernandes, lecturer, St Philomena College, Puttur conferred graduation certificates to the UKG students. Speaking on the occasion she said, “Sometimes in life, in order to survive we have to start a change process."

The president of the programme Fr James D’Souza appreciated the teachers for helping the students to learn and for bringing smiles on the faces of the students.

The guests Praveen Fernandes, Anand Krishna and Ravi Kumar distributed the prizes of various competitions. It was wonderful to watch the beautiful performance of the students. Shraddha of 9th std compered the programme. Gagan, Tanmaya, Edwin and Jissel of VI were MCs of the cultural programme. The efforts of Gracy, Vinny and Reshma, the teachers of KG section was appreciated by all.




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