Elocution topic now onwards on the field
Principal Mrs. Bhubaneswari Rao and CAO Mr. Janardan Ghimire have announced the topic of elocution to be given of the upcoming programmes in the field. Principal and CAO speaking to analyze about the Hindi Elocution programme in the Indu Hall have announced so on 27 June. The programme was organized by 'Kabir Sahitya Samaj' for the students of classes VII 'B' and VIII 'B'.
Mrs. Rao was happy to see the students' programme for being better compare to the past episode. She highlighted there about an importance of correct languages in communication including dual significance of listening and speaking. Mrs. Rao at the very programme remembered her past education limited to just two languages. She interpreted DAVSKVB students to be lucky to learn multiple languages. Principal also justified about the importance of in-verbal languages and grammatical structure along with intonation, stop, peach, command and request and their condition to be adopted accordingly.
CAO, Mr. Janardan Ghimire at the very programme in a lecturing style focused on the eastern philosophy of communication. He advised to adopt the eighteent education and sixty four arts stated in bhagbat for being a perfect citizen. Mr. Ghimire focused Elocution as one of the important arts of human communication can be best performed with the combination of sentences and body languages. Mr. Ghimire's vision was to make DAVSKVB as the implementation of eighteen education and sixty four arts as the total school.
Students at the competition were given the topic 'Importance of time in the students' life', where they tried their best performance with the total use of Hindi language. Hindi Department chief Mr. Purushottam Pokhrel along with the department teachers and extra activity incharge Mr. Tanka Natha Ghimire facilitated the programme. Organizer at the end of the segment for decision of the competition said to be participated was great. Decision was held for formality according to the rules of the programme.
The winner of the competition of class VII 'B' were Bhusan Rao in first position followed by Minal Bansal, Sakshi Baheti and Raunak Jahangir in 2nd , 3rd , and consolation position respectively. Likewise, the winner students of class VIII 'B'were, Raghav Maheswari and Mitali Madhogarhia in first position followed by Saloni Bhutoria, Sejal Chowdhary and Diya Agrawal in 2nd, 3rd, and consolation position respectively.
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