Sindhi School Turns Forty

Published: 18th July 2015 01:50 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th July 2015 01:50 AM   |  A+A-


CHENNAI: Students of Sindhi Model Senior Secondary School celebrated their 40th Annual Day recently. C N Gangadaran, Consul of Mongolia in Chennai, was the chief guest of the function for nursery and lower primary students. In his presidential address, he said that values and virtues were inevitable for achieving excellence in all walks of life. K Nirmala Prasad, member, Tamil Nadu State Council for Higher Education, Chennai, and former principal of M O P Vaishnav College for Women, was the chief guest on the second day of the event for higher school level.

She appreciated the enthusiasm of the youngsters and  advised the students to inculcate in them the dignity of labour. Chairman Nandlal Pokardas, Daneshkumar N Chhabria, secretary, and principal K M Abdul Raheem were present at the event.  The school magazine Sindhu 2015  was released on the occasion. Cultural programmes were exhibited by the students. 

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