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'Prestige Enthusia' held to encourage creative young minds

Published On : 21 Dec 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Prestige International School held an inter-school competition 'Prestige Enthusia' on Saturday, December 17, to encourage young talent and inspire the next generation to appreciate art in all its glory.

Principal, Feroza Fayaz, welcomed the guests and participants and highlighted the importance of a healthy competitive spirit necessary in every child to participate in different events and have fun simultaneously.

The chief guest, Mohammed Nazeer, commissioner of Mangalore City Corporation inaugurated the programme and conveyed his best wishes to the participants and congratulated Prestige International School, for giving an opportunity to each child to help build her/his confidence.

The events were divided along three main age-based categories and comprised of a vast range of competitions. Over 500 students participated in 15 events conducted at various venues inside the school campus.

The chairman of the school, Hyder Ali, presided over the events.

The winners were awarded a cash prize for their amazing talents. Prestige Enthusia successfully created a congenial environment for children with creative ability and had them enjoy a fabulous day at the school.

 







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