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Poetry marks Hindi Day at SPM English School
SPM English School, Secondary section celebrated 'Hindi Diwas' on September 15 with a special assembly that was marked by poetry recitals. Information about some famous Hindi authors and poets was given to students. Some students recited Hindi dohas and muhawaras and explained their meaning. The students also recited famous Hindi poet Harivanshrai Bachchan's 'Agnipath' .
Inter-school Hindi elocution
An inter-school Hindi elocution contest was organised by SPM English School in memory of Late HS Sane (Ex-principal of SP College). Seven schools participated in the competition. Students were given five topics to choose from; Sunehra Bachpan, Jal Hai Anmol, Vigyapan: Ek Kala, Man ki Sundarta, Hamare Padosi.
Mrs. Ghorpade, former head of the Hindi Department, SP College and Mrs Ranade, senior Hindi teacher, judge the competition. The winners were Parmesh Mahajan of Muktangan English School, Akshay Joglekar SPM English School Akshada Falle of MV Girls School won the third prize, and Ketaki Kulkarni SPM English School.
Rucha Dhekne of MS Golwalkar School and Kulkarni Dhanashree HHCP School were given consolation prizes.
RIMS students wow all with art, at exhibition
Budding artists of RIMS International School & Junior College participated in the 'WOW India Photo and Painting Exhibition 2012' organised by Pune Expat Club at Ista Hotel on September 16. The event showcased photographs and paintings by students on the cultural heritage of India. Haris Khan, Siddharth Khurana, Ali Akbar, Cherin Cho and Heyrin Cho of RIMS International School and Junior College demonstrated their talent. Khan' work, 'The Dark Horse', won appreciation and was auctioned at the event. Khan drew a portrait of a on the spot. Exhibits were put up for sale and the proceeds collected were donated to NGO Muskaan Project that works for welfare of women and children.
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