New prefectorial board for school

Published: 02nd July 2013 08:13 AM  |   Last Updated: 02nd July 2013 08:13 AM   |  A+A-


The Prefectorial Board of Chettinad Hari Shree Vidyalayam, led by ‘Head Boy’ – Akshay Sivakumar & ‘Head Girl’ –Yashasvini Gopalan, was sworn in during a solemn ceremony on Monday.

The Executive Committee members of the Council were elected through an electronic voting process conducted in the school, earlier.

The chief guest, Major Suresh Babu, lighted the traditional lamp and conferred the badges on all the prefects. This was followed by the oath-taking ceremony.

The chief guest spoke about the need to be at the right place at the right time for being successful, and how honour, punctuality, obedience, responsibility, time management and discipline should take precedence over other things. He also stressed the importance of sports and games in developing a holistic personality.

The special guest, Druva, enlightened the students about the changing world that would require them to adapt to the changes. He said that it was up to the students to discover their talent and carve a niche for themselves.

The principal Deivanai congratulated the newly elected members and urged them to be role models, both in school and in the community.

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