NHS alumni disappointed with celebrations

NHS alumni disappointed with celebrations
While the National High School (NHS) is all set to welcome its 100th year in a grand way, the alumni are not happy with the way the event has been organised.

"The invitation states 'Inauguration of the Adamya Chetana Seva Utsava 2018 and Centenary celebrations of the National Education Society'. It does not mention the centenary celebrations of the school," said entrepreneur Karan Kumar, an alumnus who is an integral part of the National High School Forum - an association with over 5,000 alumni of the school spread across the globe.

"This came as a shock to us as we were working towards doing something special for the school since the last one year," said Shankar K S, vice president at Exide Life Insurance and an alumnus of the school.

"The alumni in the UK and the US had also made plans to fly down specially to celebrate the school's 100th year. It is unfortunate that the very alumni were informed at the last minute," Shankar added.

"A friend of mine forwarded the invitation to me on WhatsApp. I will not attend the event on Saturday," added Shankar.

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