31st Annual Day@ CV

Kumara Rani’s Chettinad Vidyalaya

“LITTLE STARS ILLUMINATE THE STAGE”

The 31st Annual day of Kumara Rani’s Chettinad Vidyalaya, the Big Day was celebrated on 2nd February, 2017 at the school auditorium in a grand manner.

Dr. Meena Muthiah, Secretary and Correspondent welcomed the gathering. The Chief guest Thiru. Shree Kumar Varma, novelist & playwright presided over the function and distributed prizes for General Proficiency. The Headmistress Mrs. Aruna Balasubramanian presented the annual report and Asst. Headmistress Mrs. Shyamala K proposed the vote of thanks.

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The Variety entertainment program by the tiny tots captured everyone’s mind and heart. Each program vied with one another. Around 530 participants hosted the show.

PRIMARY MAGIAL MIST – THE SEVEN SISTERS

Vaulting the celestial oceans with the diligence,  decorum and discipline, Chettinad  Vidyashram explodes forth in grandest majesty. The patron of this incredible establishment Dr .Mrs. Meena Muthiah, Kumararani of Chettinad , Secretary and Correspondent , has been traversing towering heights in academic  realm, ushering ennobled  thoughts in children through a pristine learning and cultural arena.

Chettinad  Vidyashram hosted its 31st Annual Day Celebration on Friday ,3rd February 2017 , at Kumararajah M.A.M   Muthiah Hall , Chettinad Vidyashram .The Chief Guest for the event was Shri Bidhan Chandran, IRS, Additional  Commissioner  of Customs, Chennai.

“Magical Mist –The Seven Sisters” highlighted the northern- eastern part of India, known for its interesting and enchanting landscapes with  enviable abundance of flora, fauna and varied traditions. The evening’s cultural fiesta was the colourful journey into the misty mountains and  deep forests of the seven sisters.

The program commenced with the invocation song by the school choir followed by the welcome address delivered by Dr.Mrs.Meena Muthiah ,Kumararani of Chettinad , Secretary and Correspondent .The Annual Report was presented by the Principal, Mrs.Amudha Lakshmi S. The Chief Guest, Shri Bidhan Chandra gave away the prizes to the students who excelled in various fields and rendered the presidential speech to the august gathering .The Head Mistress, Mrs.Kamala  Ravindran presented the vote of thanks

The glamorous cultural fiesta kicked off with a divine welcome dance-“Isanya Harita” followed by a captivating  Fusion Dance –“Rasaka” , a hilarious Tamil play-“Unnaakoti”, a fascinating contemporary dance-“Karjo langoso”, an interesting  English play –“Kongoliang Otsu”,  an enthralling Dance Drama-“Dakshayinee” and a captivating Hindi Dance-“Purab Ki Khoobiyan”.The program was spaced out with informative and interesting interludes.

SENIORS ADVIITIYA BHARATHAM

Vaulting the celestial oceans with the diligence,  decorum and discipline, Chettinad  Vidyashram explodes forth in grandest majesty. The patron of this incredible establishment Dr .Mrs. Meena Muthiah, Kumararani of Chettinad , Secretary and Correspondent , has been traversing towering heights in academic  realm, ushering ennobled  thoughts in children through a pristine learning and cultural arena.

Chettinad  Vidyashram hosted its 31st Annual Day Celebration on Saturday ,  4th February 2017 , at Kumararajah M.A.M   Muthiah Hall , Chettinad Vidyashram. The Chief Guest for the event was Shri. Debendra Narayan Kar, IRS, Commissioner of Income tax (Appeals), Chennai.

‘ADVIITIYA BHARATHAM’ glorified the varied culture and traditions of our nation.

The program commenced with the invocation song by the school choir followed by the welcome address delivered by Dr.Mrs.Meena Muthiah ,Kumararani of Chettinad , Secretary and Correspondent .The Annual Report was presented by the Principal, Mrs.Amudha Lakshmi S.  The Chief Guest,   Shri . Debendra Narayan Kar gave away the prizes to the students who excelled in various fields and rendered the presidential speech to the august gathering .The Vice-Principal, Mrs.Tharnee Ganesan presented the vote of thanks.

The Invocation dance “Chaturdik Natyani” unveiled the cultural fiesta for the evening followed by various colourful programs depicting the unique , matchless rich culture and heritage of our country.

The events comprised of ‘Vividhatayam Ekata’ – the enlightening Tamil play, ‘Sampradayika Nrutyani’ – the capitivating semi-classical dance, ‘Divya Kshetrani’ – the enticing dance drama, ‘Vaideshika Sammanam’ – the enthralling western dance, the gripping English play ‘ Bharatha’ and the foot tapping Hindi dance ‘Bharateya Utsavaha’ . The program was spaced out with thought provoking and interesting interludes.