A Brief Life History

Aloysius Gonzaga was the eldest son of Marquis Ferdinand of
Gonzaga,Duke of
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“Patriotism comes from the heart, it is voluntary. It is a feeling of loyalty and allegiance that is the result of knowledge and belief.”

          Music develops aesthetic sense in children, it is also the key to creativity. It provides a child an opportunity of self – expression. It binds the heart and is one of the most beloved human adventures. Under the able guidance of Principal Fr. Sibi Joseph and Vice-Principal Mrs. Joyce Pereira , an Intra School Annual Patriotic Song Competition was organized on 10th August, 2018. It was an effort made by the School to keep the spirit of solidarity and love for the country alive, while enhancing the artistry and presentation skills of the students. The participants sang beautiful compositions with great enthusiasm and allured the audience. Both the primary and high school participated in the competition. The senior competition was arranged in two sessions, the first one included the performances of the High School and Senior School’s students respectively followed by the performances of the Middle School students in the second session. Mr. Neelesh Yadav, Mr. Ankur Jha and Mr. Tanmay Agrawal were the esteemed judges for the competition. They filled the atmosphere with their soulful performance. The success of the competition could be well judged by the smile on the faces of the students and the teachers.

 Principal Fr. Sibi Joseph and the Vice-Principal Mrs. Joyce Pereira addressed the gathering and extended warm felicitations to all the dignitaries and the participants present on the occasion. They lauded the laborious effort of all the participants who presented befitting songs and brought the feelings of unity in diversity and patriotism.

Certificates were awarded to the following winners:

 Classes                        Prizewinner

 I and II                             II

III to V                              V

VI to VIII                          VII

IX and X                           X

XI and XII                         XI.