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Published: 03rd December 2014 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 03rd December 2014 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

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CHENNAI: Balakrishna Joshi Gurukulam concluded its exhibition themed ‘Bharat Tomorrow’ with a valedictory ceremony on Sunday. The students had exhibited models on various subjects including  physics, environment, robotics and tourism. “Every department came up with an exhibit that students did with the help of teachers,” said  A V Meenakumari, the principal. The tourism exhibition, for instance, featured thermocol models of various landmarks of Chennai — The Central Station, High Court, Valluvar Kottam and even some models of Kathipara Junction and the Infosys campus. The chief guest of the occasion, Major M Venkataramanan, principal of D G Vaishnav College, congratulated the students for their projects. He appreciated the teachers and the school management for their efforts in upholding the values of education and character building in students.  The valedictory ceremony began with music programme and a well-choreographed dance, followed by distribution of prizes to the teacher representatives of all departments.

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