JK Little International School holds fashion show contest

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Nov 7: JK Little Millienium International School organized an inter class “fashion show” competition in the school premises here today.
More than one hundred fifty students participated in this competition from classes EW (Nursery) to RTF-I I (UKG).
The theme of the competition was “Festivity” and the students were adapted in such a way that each child of each section in such a way that each child of each section got an opportunity to took part in it. The main highlight of the show was the confidence and team work of the budding actors.
Managing Director of the school Sanjeev Gupta was the chief guest on the occasion. He praised the children for putting up a wonderful show and admired their grace and confidence.
Vice Principal Geeta Dixit welcome the guests stated that in todays time there is a great need to make the children aware about their rich India culture and traditions at an early age.
The little champ was good at conceptual and communicative skills and Judged on the basis of intonation, pronunciation and diction.
Class RTF-II (UKG) was adjudged first where as EW (Nursery) and RTF-I (LKG) secured seond and third positions respectively.
Speaking on the occasion, Rajni Gupta Director Academics of the school said that such competition brings out the hidden talent of the tiny scholars and are good for then overall development and grooming their personality.

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