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Drill, march-past ignite patriotism on I-Day: Vishwaprajna Educational Institutions
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Drill, march-past ignite patriotism on I-Day: Vishwaprajna Educational Institutions

Flag hoisting was done on the occasion of Independence Day in the premises of Vishwaprajna Educational Institutions, Dattagalli. Seen in the picture are (from left) chief guest Dr. H.B. Ramachandra, President Y.N. Shankare Gowda, Working President M.N. Krishnaswamy, Managing Trustee S. Vishwanath,Secretary M.N. Mahendra, Principal Geetha Muthappa, Administrative Officer Kempegowda and Head Master P.V. Devaraya…

TERESIAN HIGHER PRIMARY SCHOOL
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TERESIAN HIGHER PRIMARY SCHOOL

I-Day was celebrated at the School premises in Siddharthanagar. Roselin Sneha Latha (Senior Teacher) was the chief guest. Sr. Spandana, Head Mistress, was the guest of honour. Students took out march-past on the occasion.

Drill, march-past ignite patriotism on I-Day: Rotary West School
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Drill, march-past ignite patriotism on I-Day: Rotary West School

I-Day was celebrated at the School premises in Kanakadasanagar with Corporator Snake Shyam as the chief guest. Rtn. B.M. Kiran Kumar, Secretary, Rotary West Association, presided over the programme. Rtn. J.P. Aiyanna, Secretary, Rotary Club of Mysore West, was the guest of honour. Teachers, students and parents witnessed the celebration. Students presented cultural programmes.

Colourful cultural programmes mark I-Day celebrations: Sree Nataraja Public School
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Colourful cultural programmes mark I-Day celebrations: Sree Nataraja Public School

Sree Nataraja Prathistana celebrated 71st Independence Day at the School premises, Sree Hosamath, Shankarmath Road. Prof. P. Mallappa, retd. Geography Professor, JSS College, Mysuru, hoisted the Triclour. Prof. K. Sathya Narayana, Co-ordinator, Sree Nataraja Prathistana, M. Sharada, Principal, Sree Nataraja 1st Grade Women’s College, S.M. Sathya Sulochana, Principal, Sree Nataraja Public School, Veda Lokesh, HM,…

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