‘AMOGA’ THE 13th CULTURAL FEST @ PALAKOL
The 13th Cultural Fest of Aditya School, Palakollu was held at a large scale in the school campus on 2nd March. The Director of School Sri S.V.Raghava Reddy garu presided over the function. The Chief guest of the day Sri R.Narasimha Rao garu, RJD, Kakinada, the guest of honour Sri N.Deepak Reddy garu, the secretary of Aditya Group of Institutions and Sri M.Rangaraju garu, MEO,Palakol graced the occasion with their presence. The Fest got overwhelming response from the parents. The surroundings were fully packed with the audience. The programme commenced with the auspicious lightning of the ceremonial lamp by the distinguished assembly of guests. The Principal Sri N.Ayyapa Raju garu presented the school report accentuating the progress of the school throughout the year 2019-20. The state rankers of Polycet and Ramanujam Maths Talent Tests were called upon the stage along with their parents for felicitation.
The Cultural programs held the audience spell bound. Particularly, the welcoming dance by VIII girls enthralled everyone. ‘Namo venkatesha’ mesmerized the audience. What not, every programme has its speciality in costumes and presentation. Sita Swayamvaram got thunderous applause from the audience. Not only the above mentioned programmes but also the dances like Syera, Ramulo Ramulo, Malhari, Bonalu etc.,… rocked the stage. A humorous skit like 6th sense made everyone laugh whole heartedly. Last but not least the ‘Aerobic Dance’ made all awestruck.
In his opening remarks S.V.Raghava Reddy garu explained the motive behind celebrating every milestone in the journey of the school. He also said every parent must identify innate talent of his/her children and encourage them to active it. The Chief Guest made clear the necessity of keeping away the children from the Modern screens so as to give them good future. The guest of honour exhorted the parents to habituate their children in newspaper reading. The whole programme was anchored by the 8th class students Asritha, Kumari and the 9th class students Padma Priya, Kavya Varshitha eloquently. It came to an end with Jana..Gana..Mana…