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Intraschool Events

Public Examination Results

We are proud to announce that all our children who appeared for the 12th Class examination passed. I. Manimegalai obtained 534/600 marks, P. Vijayalakshmi 532/600 marks and L. Stara Elda Bobin 511/600. Manimegalai received centum in Economics. We congratulate our top scorers and all those who successfully passed the examination.

Pongal Celebrations

A grand celebration of Pongal, the festival of Tamils, was held in our school  campus on 13-01-2023. While the teachers prepared the Pongal sweet rice, the children  sang and dance  depicting  the greatness of Tamil culture.  The celebration ended with the sharing of Pongal rice and sugarcane.

Pallotti School Annual Day 2022-2023

The 21st  Annual Day (School Festival) was held on 03rd January 2022. The Students presented the best of their talents in the form of dance, drama, singing, etc.

The audience, which included parents, friends and well-wishers, applauded them for their superb performance.
The school topper from the 10th and 12th standard of 2022 was honored. Peter Rayan memorial Prize for the best performing 10th class student was given to Ms. K. Ranjitha
(carrying a cash award of Rs.5,000 and a citation) and Maria and Berthold Prize for the best performing 12th class student was given to Ms. S. Veera Lakshmi (a cash award of
Rs.10,000 and a citation). All the teachers who worked hard for achieving the centum result in the public examinations held by the state were appreciated with a citation. The chief guest, Fr. Jegath Gaspar, a Tamil intellectual and orator known to the Tamil speaking world appreciated the students for learning through their mother tongue – Tamil. He also appreciated the school  management for providing quality education free
of cost to the underprivileged children of this area.

Christmas Celebrations 2022

Christmas was celebrated in the school on 23 December 2022. It consisted of Christmas meal and a cultural program. The children sang Christmas carols, enacted nativity play and danced to the tunes of Tamil traditional Christmas melody. The staff received Christmas gifts from the management. The Children, though being  overwhelmingly Hindu, made a beautiful crib in front of the school. The Teachers and pupils wished Fr. Emmanuel in view of his forthcoming name’s day – Christmas.

Parents Teachers Association Meeting (PTA)