Nagarabhavi Oxford Universal Public School celebrated Fruits and Vegetables Day recently.
The programme was conducted to inform the children the importance of consuming fruits and vegetables and also to educate them on the ill effects of junk foods and aerated drinks.
"We should not eat food outside or junk food. We should always eat home food," said Praanjala, a student.
"We conduct various activities to make our students understand the importance of cultivating the right food habit. Our teachers make it a point to inform them about leading a healthy life, staying close to nature and the importance of eating fruits and vegetables," said H.N. Usha, headmistress.
BGS Public School, Kengeri, held its investiture ceremony recently.
Sri Balagangadharanatha Swamiji and Sri Prakash Nath Swamiji, managing director of the school, presented the school flag and badges to the members of the student council.
Head boy Abhishek Bhardwaj received the school flag, while head girl Nidhi Joshi, the school logo. Sri Prakashnath Swamiji pinned badges on house coordinators Ruchira, Anamika, Vijayalakshmi and Sridevi.
School principal Rathna Deshpande administered the oath. She told the leaders to dispense their duties with responsibility and face the future's challenges with confidence.
The programme concluded with the "Aashirvachan" by Sri Balagangadharanatha Swamiji.
To the Vidhana Soudha
Students of Rashtrotthana Vidya Kendra visited the Vidhana Soudha here recently. Students of Class VII accompanied by their social sciences faculty member Hema Ramachandran witnessed the Legislative Assembly in session and also learnt a great deal about one of the famous landmarks of the city built by former Chief Minister Kengal Hanumanthaiya.
The students witnessed the Assembly session when Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa was making a statement on the mining issue.
They were also provided information on how a democracy works. Children went back to school with knowledge and memory treasured for life.
Ebenezer International School held its annual prize day on Friday.
Budding national athlete Nirupama Sunderraj was one among the notable prize - winners. She is undergoing training to participate in the Commonwealth Games that will be held in New Delhi.
Ankitha Kedlaya of Class VII, who won the runners - up trophy at the All India Ladies Amateur Golf Championship, also received a prize. She is ranked third in India in the girls' under 13 category.
Lalit Kumar Choudhary of Class IX, who was a member of Indian under 15 football team at the International Children's Games at Manama, Kingdom of Bahrain, was also one of the prize - winners. Former Deputy Chief Minister M.P. Prakash gave away the prizes.
A play, "Katty Knights", was the highlight of the programme.
Students advised to discharge Duties with Conviction