Sadvidya School emerges champions in DHiE fest

Students from across Mysore city participate in various contests

Sadvidya School emerges champions in DHiE fest

Sadvidya School emerged champion in the DHiE Fest held at Vivekananda Memorial Hall, Mahajana PU College, here, on Saturday, as its students won the maximum number of prizes.

The annual talent festival, organised by Deccan Herald, Prajavani, Sudha and Mayura publications, saw active and enthusiastic participation by over a hundred students from several schools from across the city.

Students started arriving at the venue as early as 8 am. Some parents were seen either accompanying or dropping their wards. Some schools took their own transportation and came in groups. By the time the competitions started at 9 am the hall was full and the participants grew anxious. However, once the competitions started, they unleashed their talent and gave their best. The highlight was the dance competition.

Quiz and painting competitions began simultaneously as the first event. Two students each from the schools took part in both competitions. Story-writers joined the painters, immediately after the quiz competitions were over, which was held for 30 minutes.

Creative story writing competition was alloted one-hour’s time. The topics were ‘Human Life on Moon’ for juniors and ‘If Robots Do Every Work, How Would be Our Life’ for seniors. Highest participation was seen in painting competition, for which the topic was ‘Festivals’.

Sadvidya High School students, who stole the first impression of the audience with Bharathanatyam for Ganapathi stotra in good sync, emerged winners in the group dance competition. Orchid Public School students won the second prize for their Kamsale, in praise of Lord Male Madeshwara, while children of Andulus School won the third prize for their Assamese Bihu dance. Ventriloquialist Suma Rajkumar, who compered the programme, kept the energy flowing, by encouraging the participants, with a lively script.

Junior category — Story writing, first prize, Nethra J, Sadvidya School, second prize, Supreeth P A, Mahajana Public School, third prize, Purvika B J, Orchid Public School; Drawing and painting, first prize, Natasha Somayya, Excel Public School, second prize, Sadeep S, Mahajana Public School, third prize, Spoorthi T M, Jnana Sarovara International School; quiz competition, first prize, Supreeth P A, Mahajana Public School, second prize, Palgun N P, Excel Public School, third prize, Manu Shreshta B L, Mahajana Public School.

Senior category — Story writing, first prize, Pranav N Athreya, Sadvidya High School, second prize Manav I K, Jnana Sarovara International School, third prize, Adithi Gurkar, Excel Public School; Drawing competition, first prize, Nithya Deepak, Mahajana Public School, second prize, Srivathsa H, Sadvidya High School, third prize, Supreeth S, Excel Public School; Quiz competition, first prize, Bharath K, Sadvidya High School, second prize, Rohan Gowda H K, Orchid Public School, third prize, Varun Bheemaiah, Excel Public School.

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