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Talent search programme
Times of Oman
November 28, 2012 , 3 : 00 am GST
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Indian School Sur recently conducted a three-day Talent Search Programme with the aim of encouraging the students to showcase their talents in the cultural and aesthetic activities.
The opening ceremony of the programme was held at the school on November 14. James Lordson Benhurr, the president of the students' council welcomed the distinguished guests and gathering. Shajahan, the president of the school management committee declared the TSP 2012 open.
Rakesh Sharma, the principal of the school exhorted the students to take part in the programme to assure healthy personality development. Around 330 students from Classes I to XII took active participation in literal and performing art events.
Teachers from Indian schools Darsait, Ibra and Jaalan and Sur University College were invited as judges to evaluate the performances. The winners were appreciated with medals and certificates.
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