The Cambridge wing of KENNEDY HIGH hosted a poster making competition for schools under Cambridge community on 11 November 2022. Seven schools from the Cambridge community in Hyderabad participated in this event. The Head Boy and Head Girl escorted Chairman, Shri S. Jamala Reddy, the Chief Guest of the event and Principal Ms. Rajyalaxmi Bhat to the dais. A floral tribute was presented to Chairman, Shri S. Jamala Reddy, the Chief Guest of the event. The programme started with the lighting of the lamp, followed by a prayer song and a welcome dance which mesmerized the audience. Chairman, Shri S. Jamala Reddy, the Chief Guest of the event, shared his thoughts on the significance of such artistic pursuits. He encouraged the students to participate in the competition with good sportsmanship and gave his blessings to all the participants. He then declared the event open. In her address, Principal Ms. Rajyalaxmi Bhat said she was pleased to see so many participants from different schools and welcomed everyone to the competition with a huge round of applause. She also highlighted the need for creative outlet and expression for holistic growth and wished all the contestants best of luck. The students, according to their age groups, were divided into three categories of different themes: Eat Healthy, Save Marine Life, and Make in India’ and they went to different venues for the contest. There was an air of excitement and enthusiasm as eager and committed artists toiled to create masterpieces. It was a splendid show by all the young and talented artists. The first prize in Category A was bagged by Anish Varma Gadiraju of KENNEDY HIGH the global school, the second prize was won by Sanvi S, also from KENNEDY HIGH the global school. In Category B, Ishan Pujari won the first prize and Tanvi Gupta bagged the second prize, both from KENNEDY HIGH the global school Category C saw Anvitha Sharma Rapaka bagging the first prize and Anusri Gorla winning the second prize, once again both from KENNEDY HIGH the global school. The programme ended on a high note with felicitation of all the winners. The two eminent judges from Shantiniketan, Mr.Chinna Venkat Rao Rekamdar and Mr. Ramesh Bairu, who had kindly consented to preside as judges were also honoured with mementos. The Cultural Captain gave the vote of thanks.

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