Students of Sri Chaitanya School danced to beats of world music
Bengaluru, Jan. 28: Parents must take at most care to prevent gadgets addiction – mobile phones and television among children and guide them towards academics, physical activities and outdoor games, suggested Mrs Annapoorna, principal, Sri Chaitanya Techno School, Ramamurthynagar 1 branch.
Addressing parents and children on the occasion of the annual day of the Sri Chaitanya Techno School “Samyathi – A travelogue” on Friday, parents are unable to provide adequate attention to kids in this past paced life. This has resulted in kids getting hooked to gadgets and constantly playing videogames, she rued.
Going nostalgic about her childhood days Mrs. Annapoorna recalled how she spent her childhood playing outdoor games in leisure time and reading books.
Parents must spend quality time with their children and guide them in right direction. They should be made aware of importance of academics, reading books and physical activities cum games, she suggested.
Noted playback singer Shiji Maroli speaking on the occasion said syllabus based teaching will not help much. It should a proper blend of fun and learning for children to get motivated in studies.
“I am sure Sri Chaitanya group of Schools has already inculcated. I wish success for all the students in studies,” she added.
Later, students took parents for world tour and journey of India with cultural practice and dance of different nations and states of India. Students anchored the programme with ease and awesome.
Mr. G Sunil Kumar, CEO of Sri Chaitanya Educational Institutions, Karnataka and Mr Cherukuri Ram Kumar, AGM – RM zone presided over.
The programme was organised at the Lotus Convention Centre.
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