Moodbidri: Carmel School celebrates Constitution Day

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Moodbidri, Nov 5: A short programme was organized by students of grade 8 at Carmel School to commemorate the constitution day. Every year, November 26 is celebrated as Constitution Day to mark the adoption of the Indian constitution by the constituent assembly.

Carmel School Moodbidri celebrated the Constitution Day on December 1, meaningfully with prayer service depicting the importance of the day followed by the devotional prayer song. A skit on importance of the six fundamental rights of the Indian Constitution was enacted by the students, it was very informative for everyone present there. Later, quiz competition was held from grade 4 to grade 9 which was creatively conducted by the students of grade 8 to know all the fundamental duties and rights laid down in the Indian Constitution. Participants of the quiz had come well prepared for the competition and answered the questions confidently, it was very interestingly conducted. Sr Preena, the vice principal was also present to encourage and motivate the students throughout the programme. She also appreciated students for conducting the programme effectively.

The programme was compered by Pradyumna Bhanuprakash, Ashrith Amin graciously welcomed the gathering, significance of the day was well articulated by Mohak Chandra, Avni A Kini proposed the vote of thanks.




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