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Cultural programme by Jatiya Bidyalay students

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Dec 31 - A three-hour programme enthralled the audience on Assam Jatiya Bidyalay campus this morning where most of the kids from nursery to Class V participated in a variety of programmes. The ceremony began at 9 am with lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Narendra Mohan Goswami, academic officer of the school. Udaya Phukan, one of the vice principals of the school, delivered her welcome speech and explained the significance of the occasion, especially for the kids of the school. This was followed by presentation of programmes by students of every class which included colourful and traditional dances, group songs and a short play each. Medhajyoti Nath, a Class III student of the school, rendered his voice to one of the melodies of Dipali Barthakur.

Dr Narayan Sharma, secretary of the management committee, in his speech, said that the programme was organised with a view to making all the kids of the school familiar with the year-long silver jubilee celebration of their school.

The anchoring of the programme �Aamar Rupali Jayanti�, was done by Aparna Devi, a senior teacher and former principal of the school; Sonali Gogoi, HoD, Social Science and Bhaskar Jyoti Haloi, a teacher of the Department of Assamese.

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Cultural programme by Jatiya Bidyalay students

GUWAHATI, Dec 31 - A three-hour programme enthralled the audience on Assam Jatiya Bidyalay campus this morning where most of the kids from nursery to Class V participated in a variety of programmes. The ceremony began at 9 am with lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Narendra Mohan Goswami, academic officer of the school. Udaya Phukan, one of the vice principals of the school, delivered her welcome speech and explained the significance of the occasion, especially for the kids of the school. This was followed by presentation of programmes by students of every class which included colourful and traditional dances, group songs and a short play each. Medhajyoti Nath, a Class III student of the school, rendered his voice to one of the melodies of Dipali Barthakur.

Dr Narayan Sharma, secretary of the management committee, in his speech, said that the programme was organised with a view to making all the kids of the school familiar with the year-long silver jubilee celebration of their school.

The anchoring of the programme �Aamar Rupali Jayanti�, was done by Aparna Devi, a senior teacher and former principal of the school; Sonali Gogoi, HoD, Social Science and Bhaskar Jyoti Haloi, a teacher of the Department of Assamese.

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