Tiny Scholar’s literary club organiser Story Telling competition

GJ REPORT
Kathua, Nov 24: To enhance the confidence and speaking skill of the students, the literary club of Tiny Scholars School on Friday organized a story telling Competition for the students of secondary wing as part of the ongoing reading program in the school.
Over 200 students from different sections participated in each competition with great enthusiasm.
Eleven participants depicted their talent in story telling on the theme Beti Bachao-Beti Padhao, Swach Bahart Abhiyan, Develop Scientific approach, Spiritual aspects of life.
Manisha Gupta Principal of the school, distributed prizes among the winners and appreciated the efforts put in by the teachers and parents for training students. She appreciated the efforts of literary club to enhance the skills of younger generations.
She said this story telling session was a part of many literary activities planned to promote reading; this program was meant to promote reading habit among students.
In Story Telling Competition, Anita Devi stood first while second position was secured by Aditi Ajrawat. The third position was bagged by Bhavna Bharti.
The competition was judged by Gourav Gupta and Neha Sharma. School Administrator, staff and students were also present in the function.