Mysuru, December 23:- The School Day of Rotary Midtown Academy was held at the school premises in the city recently.
Superintendent of Police Ravi D Channananavar was the chief guest.
Delivering the inaugural address, he praised the Rotary Midtown Academy for starting an educational institution in the rural belt to impart quality education at affordable cost, so that the discrimination at different levels for a deserving child is taken care.
He also emphasised the importance of being a human first and work for all in the society for peace.
Channananavar advised the parents to teach moral education at home and avoid the social medial for some 20 years, so that the remaining years of that child is fruitful.
With the example of Infosys chairman Narayana N R Murthy, he called upon the teachers to teach history so that the children can create the history of their own.
“Unless a child studies history well, it’s impossible to create the history of his or her own,” he added.
Snehashree, a topper of the school last year, was honoured a gold medal and cash award.
A programme was also organised on the occasion.
Alagappan, chairman of the school, Ramakrishna, secretary of RMA and others were present. –(KK)