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Senior Annual Day


The 32nd Senior Annual Day of Vidyodaya School was held on 9th April 2022 at the Assembly Hall from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. It began with Abheri, a symphonic celebration. The ebullient rhythm of the musical magnificence was just the right way to start off. Abheri was followed by a mind-blowing display of Yoga .Advika Sajikumar Nambiar, the Senior School Captain officially welcomed the gathering following which the lamp lighting ceremony took place. The presidential address was delivered by our Vice Chairman, Major MGC Nair after which our principal graced the occasion with her thoughtful words. Dr. P. Sreekumar shared his valuable insights and felicitated the gathering. Miss. Lakshmi S announced the names of students from the outgoing batch who were bestowed with a token of appreciation for their excellence in various fields. Ankita Vinod Shankar, the Deputy Senior School Captain proposed the vote of thanks.

The variety program began with a story, ‘ഒരിത്തിരി നേരം കൂടി’, written and narrated by Malavika Murali from class 10. Her passionate narration awakened curiosity and brought life to all characters. Graceful dancers then presented ‘Nrithyamrutham’. The flawless formations and rhythmic moves were a visual treat. This was followed by a mellifluous instrumental cover of the song ‘Rasathi’ by Aaron George. The thought provoking drama, ‘Bayen’, with a sweeping richness of emotions, threw an insight into the importance of education. Athira T.U., the gifted singer handled ‘Sreeragamo’, a complex composition with ease and grace. This was followed by the show-stopping Tableau vivant, ‘Itihas Ke Woh Pal’ where a group of seemingly motionless people took the audience through the milestones of the struggle for Indian Independence. Sneha Susan Mathew then delivered a Sanskrit speech, showcasing her impeccable command in the language. Finally, dashing girls set the stage on fire with their dazzling dance moves. The program came to an end with the National Anthem by the school choir.