Monthly Archives August 2017

Hindi Elocution (Class V-VIII)

Hindi elocution competition for Boys’ High School and College was held on the 29th August, 2017. Participants from class V –VIII took part in the competition keeping in mind the several factors which are adjudged during a competition, the children focused on the various aspects like voice quality, speech content and delivery standard.
Poems from famous poets were chosen by the participants. To name a few ‘Shri Harivansh Rai Bachchan’ and ‘Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee’ were the poets whose works were learnt and well recited.
The students showed enthusiasm in reciting the poems and spoke eloquently with finesse. It certainly was an enjoyable experience for all those who participated. Poem like ‘Meri Maa’ recited by a class V student touched everybody’s heart.
In the end our e...

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Annual Declamation Contest in English (Classes IX-XII)

The Annual Declamation Contest in English of Boys’ High School and College for classes IX to XII was held on Friday, August 25, 2017 in the Middle School Hall. The aim of the contest is to motivate and sharpen the speaking skills of the students.

Fascinating performances of the participants were seen throughout the competition. The judges for the competition were Mr. A. Saunders, Mr. O Wright and Mrs. J. French. The participants were judged in matter, diction, memory, pronunciation and overall impression.

The results are as follows:

Class IX

First: Adeeb Ali(IX-F)
Second: Suryansh Singh(IX-G)
Third: Ashutosh Singh (IX-C)

Class X

First: Abhinandan Verma(X-G)
Second: Jeevesh Dubey (X-F)
Third: Chitranksh Kapoor (X-B)

Class XI

First: Laksh Kawatra (XI-D)
Second: Harsh Gaur(XI-D...

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English Elocution Competition (Middle School) – V -VIII

Elocution Competition is one of the most important literary activity at Boys’ High School and College. It helps the students to combat with the biggest fear factor, that is, `stage fear’. Training the children in oratory skills is quite challenging yet the outcome leaves everyone entranced. Like every year, this year too, the English Elocution Competition was held in the school. The participants through their oratory skills have won the hearts of the judges and made the event really memorable. The Principal, Mr. D. A. Luke and Academic Supervisor, Mrs. C. B. Luke appreciated the performance of the students and asked them to keep up the good work.

The results are as follows

Class V (Individual Category)
Mohd. Areeb Hamza (V-C) : I
Trayenbakesh Dwivedi (V-E) : II
Meezan (V-B) : III

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Independence Day Programme

“If yet your blood does not rage, then it is water that flows in your veins. For what is the flush of youth, if it is not of service to the motherland.”
Chandra Shekhar Azad
The 71st Independence Day was celebrated at the Boys’ High School and College, Allahabad with great enthusiasm. The entire school was decorated with tricolour festoons and flags. The function started with the unfurling of the National Flag by the Chief guestHon’ble Mr. Harsh VardhanBajpai followed by the singing of the National Anthem.
A Patriotic medley was sung by the junior school choir the memories moved everyone emotionally into paying humble tribute to the patriotic souls.
‘EkchidyaAnekhChidya’ and action song was enacted by the junior school showed a great example for ‘Unity in Diversity’ and that is an honour...

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Inter House Science Quiz 2017

The Inter House Science Quiz organized by the Science Club of Boys’ High School and College, was held in the Middle School Hall on Saturday, August 12, 2017. Each house namely, St. Andrew’s House (Blue House), St. Patrick’s House (Green House), St. George’s House (Red House), St. Peter‘s House (Yellow House) were represented by their respective teams comprising three members.
The Principal, Mr. D.A. Luke, inaugurated the competition and wished the participants luck for their success. He said that such competitions go a long way in nurturing the scientific talents of the students. The Academic Supervisor, Mrs. C.B. Luke was also present to witness the Battle of Grey Cells.
The function started with a welcome address by the Science Club President, Parimal Agarwal, followed by the p...

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