Youth Festival inaugurated at MES Indian School

 18 May 2017 - 9:26

Youth Festival inaugurated at MES Indian School

The Peninsula

The inauguration of the Youth Festival, Regalia 2017, a three-day cultural extravaganza of MES Indian School, was organised in a colourful manner. Hameeda Kadar, Principal officiating declared the event open and congratulated the participants for their overwhelming response and enthusiasm in their artistic pursuit. She also appealed to students for their increased and active participation to explore their innate talents on an open forum like this.

The three-day cultural fiesta includes classical and instrumental music categories. Competitions in folk dance, classical dance, kathak, kuchupudy, mono act, fancy dress, painting contest depicting art and culture are conducted in senior, intermediate, junior and sub junior categories. There are as many as 3,500 student entries in various categories of the competitions to be held at 65 venues of the school campus. School officials, parents and students were present at the inaugural function. K Anwar, convener of the youth festival, welcomed the gathering, while Ashtami Jith, Cultural Secretary of the Girls’ Section of the school proposed a vote of thanks.