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The Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony
09/07/2017
   

The Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony of South Point was held on July 4, 2017 at the Science City Auditorium. Prof. Amitava Raychaudhuri, Professor Emeritus, Department of Physics, University of Calcutta, was the Chief Guest. The evening began with an invocation and the School Song sung by the students of South Point High School. Thereafter, Smt. R. S. Bhattacharjee, Principal, South Point High School, addressed the gathering. The Welcome Address, that evening, was delivered by Shri H. V. Lodha, Chairman, M. P. Birla Group. The Chief Guest, who is also an ex-Pointer, shared with the audience, his fond memories at South Point. He inspired the students with his motivating words. He urged them to aim high and never stop in their quest for knowledge, in keeping with the school motto. The prize distribution ceremony included an array of academic prizes of both South Point School and South Point High School. The prestigious Puja Utkarsh Samman awards, as well as, those under the aegis of M. P. Birla Smarak Kosh were given away to deserving candidates. ASPEXS, South Point Ex-Students’ Association, conferred an Award to Shinjini Ghosh of Class XI for academic excellence and earning international accolades for innovation in diverse areas in the academic year 2016-2017.      

The evening’s cultural programme included two presentations by more than 300 students of both the schools. South Point School presented ‘Bal Pratibha’, providing a peep into the stories of our best loved child heroes – Dhruv, Eklavya, Prahlaad, Abhimanyu and Bal Krishna. South Point High School presented ‘Tomari Maatir Kanya’ portraying the resilence, strength and determination in legendary and historic female characters of Sita, Shakuntala and Rani Padmini. 

The evening ended with a vote of thanks by Smt. Reena Sharda, Vice Principal, South Point School.

 
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