Children's Day Celebrated at Rajagiri

Published: 16th November 2015 03:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th November 2015 03:14 AM   |  A+A-

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KOCHI:Childrens’ Day celebrations turned out to be memorable for participants of Rajagiri Kids Fest 2015. By hosting a slew of programmes at the school, students were able to display their innate talents in singing, dancing, drawing, several other arts forms and memory skills. The presence of leading film actors spread cheer among children, parents and teachers in Rajagiri campus.

 Rajagiri Christu Kindergarten, Kakkanad won the overall championship while St Peter’s Kindergarten, Kadayiruppu were declared the runners up.

 The event organized by Rajagiri Kindergarten was inaugurated by Fr Alex Kattezhath, Vicar of St Antony’s Forane Church, Kizhakkambalam and presided over by Jijo Paul, President, Rajagiri Kindergarten PTA. Leading cine star Nadirsha was the guest of honour.  Over 1,500 children from 60 schools participated in 14 different competitive events- a colourful procession after the inaugural ceremony added glitter to the annual event, organisers said.

 Around 70 exhibition stalls offering various goods and services were also set up. Actor Dileep gave away the prizes for winners at the valedictory function presided over by Fr Jose Cletus Plackal, CMI, Manager and Provincial. Fr Varghese Kachapilly, CMI, director, Rajagiri School, Jijo Paul, PTA president, Shini Cyriac, headmistress , assistant directors Joshy Kootumkal, Joshy Konniparambil, PTA vice president Sangeetha Jose, treasurer Jotty George among others were present.

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