The students of Sri Prakash Synergy School Peddapuram celebrated the Birth Anniversary of Viswa Kavi Rabindranath Tagore on 8th May, 2014 in an impressive style. On this occasion, Mrs. Peddada Surya Kumari unveiled the statue of Rabindranath Tagore. Rising to the occasion, she advised the students to follow the footsteps of great people like Tagore and also live up to the expectations of both teachers and parents. Mrs. Surya Kumari also appreciated the management for installing the statues of great people like Swami Vivekananda, Subhash Chandra Bose, and Srinivasa Ramanujan as well. She advised the students to be inspired as they have a chance of looking at the statues of great people every day. Mrs. Surya Kumari reminded the audience by telling that Rabindranath’s contribution to Indian literature in English is noteworthy and his “Janaganamana” has been taken as the national Anthem of India and the national Anthem of Bangladesh was also taken from one of the poems of Tagore. She further noted that Tagore established an ideal school “Shantiniketan”. She applauded the students for their outstanding performance in the cultural activities. Mr. Ch. Vijay Prakash advised the students to follow the teachings s of Tagore and gain fame at National and International arenas.

 

 

Dr.  N.Suresh unveiled the statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose in Sri Prakash Synergy School yesterday. Addressing the students Dr. Suresh, said Netaji proved that in India anyone can rise to any unimaginable heights irrespective of their family background. He also reminded the students that being the founder of the Indian national Army, Bose became the role model for millions and millions of Indians. Following that, Mr. Ch. Vijay Prakash, the director inspired the students with his motivational speech as he said that behind every successful person there will be some inspiring and motivating force that force can be of their own or somebody else’s. He further stated that Netaji has been a constant source and guidance and leadership to the innumerable youth of India. He also noted that ‘as long as men can breath and eyes can see’ so long lives Netaji in our hearts as never fading and ever living memory. Students brought the life of Subhash Chandra Bose into light in their speeches. Mrs. B. Rajeshwari, the dean looked after the proceedings of the whole function and made it a grand success.

 

Now, Sri Prakash is proud to be closely associated with the Cultural Capital of Andhra - Kakinada. Our new Primary A/C campus is shortly coming up at Venkatnagar, Kakinada (former Satya Public School Campus).

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