CHENNAI: Narayana e-Techno Schools in Arumbakkam celebrated ‘UTSAV’, an Indian Multicultural Fest and Narayana English Club Installation Ceremony recently. The management and principal warmly welcomed the Guest of Honour, distinguished invitees and parents on the evening.
The Guest of Honour Dr Jesudoss Jeyapaul, founder trainer of PEACE, was felicitated by divisional dean Lakshmi Samyuktha and Principal Sapna Sankhla on this occasion. In his speech, Dr Jesudoss emphasised the need for parents to spend quality time with their children and exhorted the teachers to adapt to and accept changing trends in education. He emphasised the importance of struggle and diligence and appealed to parents to let their children strive for their intellectual, social and emotional development.
The highlight of the programme was the unveiling of the Narayana English Club and the release of Chirp English, an initiative by Narayana schools. Various dance performances and display items showcased different cultures through well-coordinated movements of participants. The programme concluded with the National Anthem.