St. Xavier’s School, Kidima for the first had been availed in computer education in the school. The inauguration programme of the computer lad-cum singing competition was held on July 17 with Kezhotsole Rhetso, Assistant Director of Rural Development as chief guest and Zelre, retired High Court judge as special guest with the third batch of class ten standard of the school.
Speaking on the occasion, Zelre emphasized the relevance of Gandhi’s principle of communal harmony and non violence in the present age and added that Gandhi himself tested with his principles for the whole generation. Stressing the importance of computer he challenged the students to be literate in computer education.
The chief guest, Kezhotsole Rhetso said, in the present competitive world one has to do many things at same time and encouraged the students to have a definite goal in life as human life was not only a survival but to live with goals.
Summer camp for singing competition also organized by Gandhi Smriti and Darshan Samiti based on North East India in St. Xavier’s and Govt. Primary Sector ‘A’ School, Kidima as part of curriculum activities for facilitating the personality development as well as to spread the Gandhian principles in non-violence and capacity building in particular.
The singing competition in solo was won by Neikethono from ‘A’ group, second position was goes to Kethono of ‘B’ group and third position to Sodzüvinu of ‘D’ group. The four houses also competed in duet, quartet and group wise.
According to an official bulletin, St Xavier’s School the overall Championship was won by Green House.