Sindhi Model School Marks Madras Day

Published: 05th September 2014 06:19 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th September 2014 06:19 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: Sindhi Model Senior Secondary School celebrated the 375th anniversary of Namma Chennai on September 2.

Most projects and presentations were innovatively presented drawing a comparison between old traditional Madras — Chenna Pattinam — the present emerging Chennai and the future sophisticated Chennai. The rich cultural heritage, historical monuments, Bollywood film centres, temples, global industrial sites, amusement and entertainment parks, flyovers linking outskirts of Chennai to the heart of the city through various modes of transportation from bullock carts to trams,  expansion of Metro rails to transport the floating population in and out of Chennai, were highlighted. 

Children presented awareness programmes and suggested solutions for making Chennai a green and beautiful city by implementing Reduce, Recycle and Re-use systems.

The exhibition was inaugurated by school chairman Nandlal Pokardas.  

Secretary Danesh Kumar N Chhabria, Principal K M Abdul Raheem and Vice-Principal Usharani Sankar appreciated and applauded the participants for their great enthusiasm. Parents and students from the neighbouring schools visited the exhibition and lauded the efforts of the students. 

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