Udupi: G M Vidyaniketan Public School welcomes students as school reopens after summer vacation

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Udupi, Jun 1: G M Vidyaniketan Public School welcomed students as school reopened on June 1. Teachers decorated school with balloons and colorful pictures and welcomed the students with excitement.

George Kurian, principal of G M Public School, wishing good luck to the students said, “First important thing student’s should know is the importance of education. They should always follow the guidance of their parents and elders. Along with education they should also learn important life values and should always enjoy the learning”.

Prakashchandra shetty, president of school management committee, released the G M calendar, an academic calendar, which consists detail about academic activities of G M Public School. Speaking on the occasion he said, “our aim is to educate for life, I thank all the parents who admire and believe in our valuable education and admitted their children to our institution”.

Pranav Shetty, academic director and Principal of G M Global School, teaching and non-teaching staff and students were present.

Teachers gave detail about rules and regulation of the school.



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