Children’s day celebrated at GM School, Brahmavar

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Udupi, Nov 14: Children’s day was celebrated at GM Vidyaniketan public school and GM global school with much excitement and joy.

Dr Aarathi Hebbar, renowned gynecologist was the chief guest for the program. Speaking on the occasion she said, "I had heard much appreciation about the GM school but today I witnessed the superior quality facilities provided by this institution. GM is supporting for the over all development of the children. Children should maintain physical and mental health as well. We should aim to achieve good job opportunities”.

Brahmachari K N, principal, speaking on the occasion, said, “Children are the light of the world, they are a wonderful creation of Lord. Let your lives be filled with happiness in upcoming days also."

Pranav Shetty, principal, GM Global School, addressing the students, said, "Every student is filled with unique talent. Remove all the negativity from your life and run towards the success.”

Prakashchandra Shetty, president, school management committee, addressing the students, said, “All of you look happy today. Let this happiness be with you all for the rest of your life, You are the future of this nation, be good citizens with humane values."

Various games were organized for the children. Talents show was also organized on the occasion.

Various entertainment performances were performed by the school faculty members. Best dressed students were given prizes on the occasion.

Prashanth Kumar, councilor Nagaraj Somayaji, vice president, PTA Association faculty of GM Vidyaniketan school and GM golobal school were present on the occasion.




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