Investiture ceremony at city schools
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Investiture ceremony at city schools

ST. JOSEPH CENTRAL SCHOOL, YELWAL: The Investiture Ceremony was held at the School premises recently. The Student Council was ceremoniously honoured with the badges and sashes to mark their tenure as prefects for the academic year 2017-18. The chief guest at the function was Metilda Samuel, Head Mistress of St. Matthia’s School, Bannimantap, accompanied by Joyce Lobo, CEO of the MDES Institutions. The School Principal Elizabeth S. Thomas and the respective Head Mistresses were present on the occasion.

Mahajana Public School: The Investiture Ceremony was celebrated at the School premises recently. Seen in the picture are (sitting) chief guests Partha Sarathy, retd. Senior Assistant Financial Advisor, Railways Mysuru and Veena Partha Sarathy, guest of honour R. Vasudeva Murthy, President, Mahajana Education Society (MES), Mysuru, M.S. Rajeshwari Iyer, Principal, Mahajana Public School, Mysuru and R. Bindumol, CCA Co-ordinator; (standing from left) PE Teacher H.E. Avinash, Rabindranath Tagore House Captain P. Avinash Solanki with House Mother Anuradha, Mohd. Iqbal House Captain Anarghya Aigal with House Mother Madhu Pandey, Kuvempu House Mother K. Jayaprada with House Captain B.A. Shrusti, Bankim House Mother Latha with House Vice-Captain Chandan; (kneeling from left) School Head Boy S. Prajwal, Tagore House Vice-Captain Dhruthi, Iqbal House Vice-Captain Preksha, Kuvempu House Vice-Captain Varsha and School Head Girl Navya Mandanna.

 

June 18, 2017

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