Date 13-01-2023 Today The 63rd School Level Children’s Read, Write and Recite Program is based on how to improve the children’s creative efficiency in reading, writing, and reciting in Language and Literacy and along with the Annual Function of the school has been organized under the Chairmanship Sri Krushna Chandra Barik Chairperson of SMC at Niladripur Upper Primary School in the Palibandha Cluster. On this occasion, Block Education Officer Sri-Bhagirathi Behera and ABEO-CUM-BRCC Sri-Bijaya Chandra Behera attended the program as a Guest of Honour. Among all the honored guests were the Retired Teacher of this School Sri-Dhiren Swain, and Retd. Teacher Sri-Jagdisha Pradhan and Sarapancha Smt. Sanjukta Pradhan and Ex-Sarancha Sri- Dilip Kumar Chottrai, Headmistress of Labana Sramik High School Subhalaxmi Mohanty, Among invited guests were CRCC of Santoshpur cluster Sarat Chandra Behera CRCC of R.Nuangan cluster Rabindra Kumar Panda present in the program. Local media scribes also attended the program. Respected Sarapancha Smt. Sanjukta Pradhan inaugurated the function by lighting the lamp. At the beginning of the function and during this auspicious moment, children sang a patriotic song and performed an inaugural dance. All the staged honored guests were felicitated with shawls and flower bouquets
Teacher Bipin Pattnayak had read the annual particulars of the school. CRCC of this Cluster Surendra Nath Sethy illustrated the objectives of this innovative program initiated by BEO of Ganjam Block and also explained the importance of celebrating the Annual Function in school children’s life. The Children were very incentively participated in the reading writing and reciting programs. Prizes and citations were given away by guests to all winners in all events held during the annual function of the school. The Headmistress Santilata Patra Assistant teachers Abhimanyu Swain, Bipina Pattnayak, Sudam Charan Nayak, Priyanka Palai, Laxmi Behera Puspanjali Nayak, and Sujata Sahu all cooperated in conducting the functions. The children performed various cultural folk dances with pomp and show.