Sainik School Athletic Meet concludes

Published: 15th December 2012 12:08 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th December 2012 12:08 PM   |  A+A-


The Closing Ceremony of the 51st Annual Athletic Meet of Sainik School, Kazhakoottam, was held on Friday on the school campus. Ajay Bharatan, DIG, Group Centre, CRPF, was the chief guest and gave away the trophies and medals to the winners.

 The programme commenced with a colourful PT display, karate display and the performance by the school band. Later the contingents comprising various houses presented a spectacular march past led by School Cadet Capt Ronnie T Jacob, that marked the culmination of the function in which the  Chief Guest declared the meet closed.

 Speaking on the occasion, he complimented the cadets and staff for the spectacular show. He also called upon the cadets to take sports and games as a key to build up camaraderie, competitiveness and sportsman spirit.

 The Shivaji House won the overall championship trophy among the seniors, Rajaji House among juniors and the Ashoka House among sub-juniors.

 Cadets Ravindra Kumar Rahul, Santhosh Kumar and Jayesh Balan were adjudged champions in senior, junior and sub-junior divisions respectively.

 Principal Gp Capt B Janardhanan welcomed the gathering and introduced the Chief Guest to the audience. School Registrar Lt Col P G Suresh Kumar, Parents, Old boys and invitees attended the function. 

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