LBA meeting

LBA3“Sainik School Kodagu, being one of the youngest among all Sainik Schools, has not left any stone unturned to ensure all round development of cadets.” In this way Air Vice Marshal NS Vaidya, VSM, Chairman, Local Board of Administration, Sainik School Kodagu applauded the training programme of the school and appreciated for sending as many cadets as possible to the premier institutes like NDA and INA. Air Vice Marshal NS Vaidya was received with a cavalcade followed by a guard of honour. A special assembly was also organised in  honour of the chief guest. He  addressed the school in the assembly and motivated cadets to participate in all activities which paves way for all round development of personality. On the occasion Gp Capt BKE Jacob, VSM, Gp Capt RR Lall, Principal, Sqdn Ldr D Mathew, Vice Principal, Members of academic and administrative Staff were present.

The chief guest felicitated Cadet Sujeet S Biradar for winning the maiden rolling trophy in the Field Marshal KM Cariappa Memorial Essay Writing Competition which was conducted by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan Kodagu Vidyalay, Madikeri to commemorate the Field Marshal’s birth anniversary.

Air Vice Marshal NS Vaidya interacted with the cadets of class XI in the Motivational Hall and expressed the urge for well equipped and immaculately intelligent officers in the Indian armed forces. He also encouraged the cadets to put up their best in order to crack the UPSC and SSB interview. He applauded the efforts being put in order to impart training in all spheres which is bearing fruits in the form of bright and satisfactory results in the UPSC and SSB interview. He wished all success to the cadets in their future endeavours. 

Report By: Mr. Rajgolkar, Asst. Master in English

Annual day celebration

DSC02691On 26 Jan 2018, all cadets, parents, staff and families celebrated the Annual Day function with zest and zeal. Prof Mahesh Chandra Guru an eminent professor in Mass Communication & Journalism at Mysore University was the Chief Guest.  He was greatly impressed by the impeccable performance showcased by the cadets. The event started off with the welcome dance by the girl cadets of the school. The theme of the Annual day was ‘My Country’ as it was 26 January. Heart touching scenes of dance, drama mesmerising western dance by class XI humorous mime, dance show by dance club of the school and musical concert by music club members stole the hearts of the audience.

The Principal presented the Annual Report of the year 2016-17 to apprise the parents about the activities. The Chief Guest in his address said that the cadets of the school are chosen lots who got a chance to study here to protect the nation and to join armed forces whose untiring and relentless efforts protect the nation. Prize distribution ceremony was conducted to honour the cadets who topped in academics sports, cultural and discharged their duties as appointments.

The parents also acknowledged the efforts of students and staff to have put in their effort in making event a successful one. 

 

Republic Day Celebration

HomeThe Republic day on 26 Jan 18 was celebrated in the School with all pomp and grandeur. Annual day celebrations and Farewell function for Class XII batch were clubbed together on the same day to make the entire event a colourful one. Around 700 parents from different parts of the state were witness to the programme organised by the School. The day began with an elegant march past by all the cadets in the Thimmaiah parade ground. Group Captain RR Lall Reviewing Officer for the parade, unfurled the national flag and received the salute as all the four contingents of Menon, Cariappa, Subroto and Katari marched past the saluting dais. Cadet Aditya Kumar of class XII received the trophy from the Reviewing Officer for the Best cadet in Sports and Best all round cadet. Cadet Yuvan Shankar of Class XII received the trophy for Best cadet in Academics. As a mark of bidding farewell to the institution all the cadets of class XII moved out of the parade ground past the saluting dais in slow march.
In the afternoon session the cadets have put up a cultural programme with patriotic fervour which was appreciated by all the guests. Dr Mahesh chandraguru, HOD, Journalism and Mass communication, Mysore University presided over the event.

Report by: Vibinkumar, In Charge

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