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Carmel Convent organizes inter-school rhyme competition
12/7/2019 11:21:51 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Dec 7: Carmel Convent Higher Secondary School took the initiative to organise one of the many events during the Silver jubilee session.
The 2nd edition of Interschool Rhyme Competition "RHYTHM" was one of them. The school became vibrant and blooming with the vibe of the little star kids. Many prestigious institutions of the city like IDPS, JKP, Banyan International, St. Peters were invited and received with a warm heart.
The age group for participants was 5 and the medium of expression was English. The event started at 9:30 am with the registration. The little angels were adorned in proper school uniforms accompanied by their faculty members.
On the theme "GIRL POWER" the little ones recited the poems with great enthusiasm and were eloquent in their expression. This contemporary topic was apt to the present scenario.
It sowed the seeds of fearlessness, confidence and independency in our tiny tots.
As HELEN KILLER said, "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much" thereby Carmel along with the support of other schools raises each girl child to be a powerful woman. Further the judgement criteria were based on theme, voice, modulation, clarity and confidence of every individual. What mattered was not who won or lost but the involvement of every little kid. As School Manager Fr. Chacko said "some stumbled, some performed well but all of this helped each one to grow". Soon the event came to an end with Harnidh Kour of Carmel winning the first prize, Gavya Kumari and Gursheen Kour of St. Peter's Karanbagh won 2nd & 3rd prize respectively. Carmel Family appreciates and congratulates them all.
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