At Sri Sarvajna Public School, our activities form a carefully crafted blend of learning and fun. Through our activities, we aim to educate the children, the importance of being together, learning together and experience the joy involved in impersonal participation.
STIMULUS-2017, an inter-school fest and exhibition @ Sri Sarvajna Public School: Sri Sarvajna Public School and Sarvodaya National Public School shared the BSP Trophy and a cash award of Rupees 20,000/-
STIMULUS-2017, an inter-school fest and exhibition was organised by Sri Sarvajna Public School, #7&8, 14 th cross, M C Layout, Vijayanagar, Bengaluru – 560040, on the 14 th , 15 th and 16 th of December 2017.
STIMULUS – 2017, was the platform for students to exhibit their talents. The students of Sarvajna and various schools in the vicinity of Vijayanagar participated to showcase their interests in the field of literature, science and cultural activities.
The exhibition was a combination of art, culture, science and technology. The campus was a visual treat with a village setup, gurukulam, solar traffic panels and a tunnel filled with models and charts related to the world heritage, literature, art & craft, fun filled mathematics and the disciplines of science. Weather station showcasing the light, sound and heat sensors grabbed the attention of the viewers.
The event was inaugurated by Sri Umesh Shetty, Member, BBMP on the 14 th of December 2017, along with the Guests of Honour, Sri B S Paramashivaiah, Founder, Sri Sarvajna Education Society; President, Karnataka Veerashaiva Vidyabhivrudhi Samasthe; President, Veerashaiva Sahakari Bank and Dr B P Madhumati, Principal, Sri Sarvajna College of Education.
The inauguration was followed by Debate, Model Making and Bhasha Sangama (Quiz) for students; Elocution for Teachers.
15 th of December was for the students to discover the disciplines of science. Students exhibited and explained working models of Science. Working model of Rocket prepared by the students of Sri Sarvajna Public School was the highlight of the day. Manthan the Quiz show, kept the audience captive. A vision of the year 2030 was seen in the posters prepared by the students.
16 th of December was the Highlights of Culture. The day started with Rhythm, the group dance competition. Rocking performances set the stage on fire. Students sung their heart felt melodies in Music Mania, while the parents stimulated the judge’s taste buds in the cooking competition.
The competitions were followed by the Valedictory at 04:30pm. The Chief Guest was Sri Priya Krishna, MLA, Govindarajanagar Constituency and the Guest of Honour was Sri Raghuveer S Gowda, President, Karnataka Pradesh Youth Congress Committee. Prize distribution for the winners was blended with a musical treat.
25 schools in the vicinity of Vijayanagar participated on all the three days.
BSP Rolling Trophy and a cash award of Rupees 20,000/- was shared between Sri Sarvajna Public School and Sarvodaya National Public School which scored 130 points each.
The 3-day mega event became a beautiful experience, to cherish for years to come.