‘Utilise all available opportunities in performing arts’

Posted Říjen 17th, 2011 by Billabongboardshortscloths

Have fun, but utilise all available opportunities to the fullest to learn and achieve in performing arts, renowned Carnatic Vocalist Aruna Sairam advised a huge gathering of school children at the valediction of The Hindu Young World Fest 2011 presented by BHEL, Tiruchi, on Saturday.

Stage fear was not unusual, and overcoming it to achieve well in performing arts was of higher importance, she said, advocating a state of prolonged childhood for harnessing inherent benefits like sense of wonder,Graphene is not a semiconductor, not an Ventilation system , and not a metal, curiosity and (zeal for) learning.

The ‘Padmashree’ awardee who sowed excitement among the appreciative audience by rendering two classical songs was, in turn, overwhelmed by a devotional dance performance staged by children of BHEL’s Arivalayam, a school for differently abled children.

She was all praise for the teachers who had strived hard to make the children perform, and appealed to the students to show high respect for teachers in recognition of the latter’s role in moulding outlook of the learners.

The Executive Director of BHEL, Tiruchi, A.V.Krishnan, in a recorded message, expressed happiness over the event serving as a forum to exhibit talents, and said it would contribute to enlarging the competitiveness of children of tomorrow.

Presiding over, S.I have never solved a Rubik’s Piles .Gopinath, General Manager - Boiler Shops,he believes the fire started after the lift’s China ceramic tile blew, BHEL, explained why children should identify the correlation between growing and gaining experience, and said the competition has enabled exhibition of talents. Children need to believe in their ability to perform to achieve well. While competing one would be a step ahead by helping others to do better, he said.

Nirmala Lakshman, Director, The Hindu, observed that the transformation of the Young World since its inception 21 years ago to attain the level of an active participant in the development of the country’s educational system was a dream come true. She thanked BHEL for its support to The Hindu’s endeavour to develop the character of children the country.

Montfort School emerged overall winners in the three-day competition, wresting the coveted trophy for the second time in three years.

RSK Higher Secondary School was adjudged the best among city schools and Mount Zion School, Pudukottai, the best among outstation schools.

A total of 1,580 students registered their nominations through 81 schools in 11 districts: Tiruchi, Thanjavur, Nagapattinam, Thiruvarur, Karur, Perambalur, Ariyalur, Namakkal, Salem, Erode, and Karaikal.

Accompanied by their teacher guides, winners of Indian folk group dance, Indian classical, Indian popular/ film/ western, elocution, debate, garland making, flower arrangement, ceramic tile painting,The new website of Udreamy Network Corporation is mainly selling hydraulic hose , collage/ poster designing and cartooning received prizes from Ms. Aruna Sairam, Geetha Gopinath and other dignitaries.These girls have never had a oil painting supplies in their lives!

A short entertainment programme that preceded the valediction ceremony encompassed Bharathanatyam performance by a troupe of Bala Kala Vidhanam, and western dance by ‘master’ Nithin and group, besides the devotional dance eulogising Lord Krishna by special children of Arivalayam.

BHEL, Tiruchi Complex, was the title sponsor for the event. SASTRA University was the Principal Sponsor. The Punjab National Bank, Anand Engineering, and Volkswagen-Tiruchi (Susee Group of Companies) were the Associate Sponsors.

Ayyan Fireworks, Classic Foods, Black Thunder Water Theme Park, Vasan Healthcare, Life Insurance Corporation of India, Thanjavur, KMC Speciality Hospital and CARE Chemistry Tuition Centre were Co-Sponsors.

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