Curtain comes down on INXTACO

The 7th Inter Xavier’s Talent Competition (INXTACO)  concluded at Netaji ground, Nayabazar here on Friday.

Published: 25th December 2016 02:44 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th December 2016 05:11 AM   |  A+A-

Student perform during the talent contest in Cuttack | Express

By Express News Service

CUTTACK: The 7th Inter Xavier’s Talent Competition (INXTACO)  concluded at Netaji ground, Nayabazar here on Friday.

The two-day event was hosted by St Xavier’s high school, Nayabazar where 30 schools from the St Xavier Group of Schools across the country participated and displayed their unique potential. 

The programmes included competitions such as quiz, group song, dance and instrumental performances. The best schools were awarded with prizes and certificates. Among the guests were managing director, Tripti Automobiles Bimalenda Mohanty, Regional Manager, Ashok Leyland  Arunav Saha, channel partner Rajat Baliarsingh and entrepreneur Sanjit Sahoo.

Principal of St Xavier’s High school, Nayabazar Vincent Edassary proposed the vote of thanks. The            school was announced ‘the All Rounder” for best performance in every field.

‘Rise’, a souvenir of St Xavier Group of Schools, was also released on this occasion. Director of St Xavier Group of Schools Prabhu Charan Mohanty was also present during the event.

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