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Savitaben Memorial Gujarati Extempore Elocution and Street Play Inter school Competition

Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya organized the Shrimati Savitaben Amin Memorial Gujarati Workshop in a bid to impress upon students the importance of Gujarati as the State language.

Four workshops were conducted for the teachers throughout the year and the concluding session took in perspective the street play performances as well as the extempore competition for enhancing the students’ speaking skills effectively and their dramatics skills.

The topics for the street play were : ‘Yugantar’, ‘Balak Kare Pukar’, ‘Social Media No Sansar’ and ‘Jeevan ek Rangmanch’. The panel of judges included Mr. Mahendra Vyas, Mr. Mehul Parikh, Mr. Ramesh Patel and Mr. Raman V.Patel. The Chief Guest for the workshop was Mr. Makarand Musale, a renowned poet and playwrite of Gujarati Language

For the Street Play, Sant Kabir School secured the first position, the second position was secured by Navrachana International School and Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya stood third.

For Elocution, the first position was secured by Auxllium Convent High School, the second position was shared by Shree Ambe Vidyalaya and Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya, and the third position was secured by Sant Kabir School.

The Best teacher award was won by the Gujarati teachers of Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya. The most coveted trophy was won by Sant Kabir School.

Savitaben Amin Competitons
Competition at its Peak at the Inter-school Gujarati Elocution
  Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya hosted and organized the Second Interschool Savitaben Amin Gujarati Vaktrutva Spardha on 16th Feb. 2013, Saturday, to instill the appreciation, the importance and understanding of Gujarati as the State language not only for the people residing in Gujarat, but also for the original inhabitants of the state.

In that order, the four linguistic skills of speaking, listening, writing and reading were examined closely by the eminent judges : Dr. Bhagirath Brahmbhatt , Dr. Darshini Dadawala, Shri. Rameshchandra Patel, Shri. Virendra Bhatt, Shri. Jayant Umrethia, Ms. Chirantana Bhatt; all veterans of Gujarati literature.
Gujarati Elocution Competition.
  Around 120 students and 38 schools participated in the event; the students were bifurcated into 3 categories viz. Std. V – VI – Group A; Std. VII-VIII – Group B and Std. IX-XI – Group C.

There were 3 cash awards and certificates per category: Rs.10,000/- is the first award amount, Rs.7,500/- --the second award amount and Rs.5,000/- the third amount in each category.
Winners of Category A : [Class 5 & 6]
  First prize : Stuti Shah of Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya
  Second prize : Saral Purohit of Anand Vidya Vihar
  Third prize : Helly Pandya of Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya
Winners of Category B : [Class 7 & 8]
  First prize shared by : Nishanj Vyasof Gujarat Refinery School and Mritsa Goswami of Bright Day School, Vasna-Bhaiyali Road
  Second prize : Niraliben Gohil of Bright School, VIP Road, Karelibaug
  Third prize : Snehal Damor of Navrachana Eklavya Model Residential School
Winners of Category C : [Class 9 & 11]
  First prize : Kruti Kantawala of Bright Day School, Vasna-Bhaiyali Road
  Second prize : Smruti Kadu of Basil School
  Third prize : Vishwa Patel of Navrachana School
  The Rolling Trophy went to Navrachana Vidyani Vidyalaya, but it being the host school, the trophy was awarded to the next highest scoring school i.e. Bright Day School, Vasna-Bhayali Road. The Best Teacher award and cash prize of Rs.5000/- was won by Indu Joshi of New Era Senior Secondary School.

Also a special Jury Award was awarded to Ms. Namrata Trivedi , a teacher of Eklavya Model Residential School, Vejalpur.

Ms.Tejal Amin,Chairperson, NES, graced the Valedictory function and Shri Bhagyesh Jha, Secretary, Sports, Youth and Cultural Activities Department, Government of Gujarat and also Secretary, Tribal Department,  Government of Gujarat was the Chief Guest for  the Valedictory Function. He congratulated the winners, the winning school and teacher for their outstanding success in the competition. What was commendable was that the participants came across as immensely confident, free from stage fear and completely poised during the competition. Later, they also got the benefit of the judges’ expertise when they were guided on the technique of speech, usage of appropriate vocabulary, gestures and overall presentation of the content.

The event ended on a positive note of a promise to continue to uphold the significance and magnitude of the Gujarat language in all spheres of life.