Multi-school, multi-competition cultural events allow children to showcase hidden talents
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Mumbai, 26 December 2011: All the colours of VIBGYOR High International Schools were on dazzling display when the annual fest VIVA ‘Colours of Talent’ came to an exciting end on Friday. The five-day long fest at VIBGYOR Mumbai saw contestants from prominent Mumbai schools such as Dhirubhai Ambani International, St. Lawrence, St.Xavier’s, Green Lawns, Gokuldham, Kapol Vidya Nidhi, Shishuvan and Childrens Academy to name a few, enthral the audience by rendering spell-binding performances. Workshops and competitions such as Structural Design, Vivid Art, Bollywood Calling, Origami, Voice Out, Puppetarians, Numerology, Look Alike, Recreate Picasso, Stories Come Alive, Props Rock, Chance Pe Dance, Your World Your View, Razzmatazz, Krazy Kiya Re, Drums and Roses, Treasure Hunt, Dhoom Machale & Viva Prince & Princess, amongst others, were held. PG Garodia School was the overall winner of Viva 2011 and Khopol Vidyanidhi secured the second place.
Director HR and Academics, VIBGYOR High International School Mumbai, Kavita Sahay said: “Like the previous years, the third edition of VIVA was an immense success. VIBGYOR’s principle aim in organising such programs is to bring students from other prominent schools on a common platform. Competition combined with fun is the main idea of the annual school fest. Students from different schools participating in the activities are thereby presented splendid opportunities to showcase their multi-coloured talent in the fest each year.”
Apart from Mumbai, VIVA ‘Colours of Talent’ was held at all other branches of the School in Pune, Kolhapur, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Lucknow and Vadodara.
At the Grand Finale held at Goregaon Sports Complex in Mumbai, winners of ‘Prince and Princess’ and the dance competition ‘Dhoom Macha Le’ from all the other branches competed with each other on the colourful Friday evening. Avalon High, Mumbai secured the first place and Vibgyor High Marthahalli secured the second place in Dhoom Macha Le. Vibgyor High Mumbai students Aariya Tiwari and Rishabh Vikas Jain bagged the title of Viva Princess and Prince respectively.
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About VIBGYOR High:
VIBGYOR High’s journey towards educational excellence began in 2004 with an ideal mix of academic and corporate professionals who felt the need to provide inclusive education. At VIBGYOR High, the students are challenged with a unique educational experience emphasizing a seamless blend of academics, sports, performing arts, community and experiential learning programs. Education at VIBGYOR High is driven by the goal of igniting India’s young minds. VIBGYOR High strongly believes their students will develop into the valuable human resource India needs as it marches on in the 21st century.
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