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Kavi Sammelan

Popularising the mother tongue

Navrachana Vidyani has been organising various events for both teachers and students as part of its ongoing ' Gujarati Prachar and Prasaar Abhiyan'. The campaign has been undertaken to develop fluency in spoken and written Gujarati amongst English medium students and the 'Smt. Savitaben Amin Memorial Gujarati Sheri Natak Competition' conducted in our school on Friday, January 25, was the latest initiative in this direction.

A number of English medium schools of the city participated in this competition by way of joining our crusade to encourage the younger generation to love their mother tongue and develop interest in its literature.

The schools presented street plays on current social issues with DR Amin School winning the top spot, Eklavya Model Residential School clinching the second and Bright Day School CBSE Harni securing the third position.

From the performances and the evident zeal of the students it was apparent that our campaign to take Gujarati language and culture to the youth is certainly on the right track!

         


A time to rhyme

Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya organised an Inter-School Gujarati 'Kavi Sammelan' on January 25, 2018.

The event was a part of the School's ongoing campaign to popularise Gujarati language and literature among English medium students.

The event saw the students of many English medium schools showcase their proficiency in the mother tongue through the medium of poetry.

New Era Senior Secondary School clinched the first two spots while Baroda High School(ONGC) won the third prize.

Judges, Shri Bharat Bhatt (noted literateur and artiste) and Smt. Gayatriben Patel (eminent educator), made the point that such programmes definitely went a long way towards popularising Gujarati language and literature among the youth, besides encouraging young poets-in-the-making.