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Republic Day Celebration

With freedom in the mind, strength in the words, pureness in our blood, pride in our souls and zeal in our hearts, we at T.I. School saluted the Indian flag on the 72nd Republic Day. This pandemic was a challenging one. In spite of such challenges, we managed to function in a way what we call the 'new normal.' On this bright occasion we were privileged to have Mr. Narayanan Hariharan Chief Executive, AMM Foundation as the Chief Guest for the day. We also had a special invitee Dr. S. Venkatraman amidst us. He is a senior consultant to various UNESCO offices. He is also recently appointed as an advisory member of the WHO.

Our Chief Guest unfurled the National flag and delivered his Republic Day message. He conveyed the essence of freedom by narrating his own experience of being a victim of Covid-19. While he narrated the way he was quarantined, he mentioned the various difficulties he faced and that was when he realised the importance of freedom. He spoke about how fortunate we are to live in an independent and democratic country like India. He also talked about the freedom to use technology in recent days to continue learning and acquiring knowledge. He concluded by saying that we have to be more vigilant, adaptive, innovative and resilient which is the need of the hour.

Dr. Venkat said that this gathering gave a new hope that things would get better as we moved on. He emphasized on the hardships faced by the migrant workers and their children especially during this pandemic and exclaimed how fortunate we were. He also talked about the importance of teachers in this society, especially now and also said that they had to be given equal importance and care like the frontline workers. Finally, he wanted us to enjoy the freedom, but at the same time, fight for justice, equality and right to education. He also insisted that giving back to society was equally important.

Patriotic songs were sung in praise of our motherland. A classical dance by one of our friends was a visual treat. We had yet another event which took place on the same day. It was the Investiture ceremony. The elected members of the school senior council took up their responsibilities with determination, honour and pride.

Dr. Venkat had an interaction with the teaching community post the program. He spoke about his experiences and the safety protocol to be followed during the pandemic. He also answered the various questions raised by the staff.

Republic Day Celebration

Report on Murugappa Culturals

It was a great pleasure and experience for both teachers and students that Murugappa Inter –School Culturals was conducted virtually for this academic year 2020-2021.

The main objective of conducting this cultural fest is to provide a platform to the students to exhibit their skills in various activities during the pandemic.

The students of classes 6 to 9 from all the 5 schools(TIMHSS,AMM MHSS,SRM HSS,VCHSS,ARUNACHALAM HSS) enthusiastically took part in various competitions.

Glimpses of our students work

Group Singing

Students from classes 6 to 9 presented a group song –Thillana in Raga Dhanasree composition of Shri Swathi Thirunal. They rendered the song beautifully with kalapana swaras.

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Illusion in Art

Students from classes 6&7 took part in this event and they presented optical illusion ,spiral optical illusion, geometrical illusion and pattern illusion.

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Best out of Paper Waste

Students from classes 8 & 9 were a part of this event. Students created African tribal models, hanging bird's nest with the paper and coconut shell.

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Rangoli

The students from classes 6 & 7 participated in rangoli. The uniqueness of this event is the participation of parent and the child. They created different floral patterns with beautiful colour combinations.

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Winner of Winners

Students from classes 6 to 9 took part in this event. It was a platform created for exposing their unique and extraordinary skills like whistling ,dancing on thambalam, Radio jockey, identifying numbers and value of currency blind folded.

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Paper Cutting

Students from classes 8 & 9 took part in this event. They showcased their talents through floral patterns, kirigami method, symmetrical and silhouette method.

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Group Dance

Students from classes 6 to 9 took part in contemporary group dance. They presented different forms of dance like Bharathanatyam. kavadi sindhu, western ,break and aerobic forms.

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Prize Winners

S.No Name of the Event Students Name Class Position
1 Group Singing Poornima preetha N U
Vaishnavi R
Aparna Raghavan
Merlin Sandra
IX
VIII
VI
VII
II
2 Group Dance Jamuna
Rohan Ramesh
Pragathi
Kailas
Amirdhini R
Nithyasree Nachiammai
IX
IX
VIII
VIII
VI
VII
II
3 Rangoli Sahana & Mrs. Latha (mother) VII I
4 Winner of Winners Tharika VIII I
5 Paper cutting Meenatchi R D VIII II
6 Illision Drawing Harshini.V VII III
7 Best out of paper waste Dinesh Krishna IX III