Spreading Joy

Published: 02nd March 2015 06:06 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd March 2015 06:06 AM   |  A+A-

Spreading joy

G Narayanamma Institute of Technology and Sciences (GNITS), Mehdipatnam conducted, Chiguru-2015, an inter- school cultural and literary festival. The festival witnessed participation over 4,000 underprivileged government school children from 150 YFS project locations in the city, organised by Youth for Seva Hyderabad Chapter. The kids were extremely confident, had absolutely no stage fear and gave it their best. Students participated 13 different competitions like relay race, sack race, singing, dancing, rangolli, fancy dress, quiz, science experiments, Just-a-Minute and spelling test and other events. The eminent panel of judges including connoisseurs of art, music and dance, Yoga experts and professors from various colleges, had a hard time in choosing the winners.

Youth for Seva, national vice-president, Srikanth Konda said Chiguru-2015 allows children studying in government and nonformal schools to enhancing their talents and help build self-esteem, focus and commitment in children.

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