Mail News Service
Jamshedpur: “Self confidence and hard work are the pathways to success,” advised Tata DAV Public School, Noamundi principal Tarun Kumar Mishra during his address to the students of Std X and XII who will be appearing for their CBSE examinations on and from March 2.
Mishra also observed that blessings emanated from the conscience through the heart. He said, “The combined blessings of parents and teachers will definitely strengthen your path to success.”
Earlier, religious rituals were performed with the recitation of mantras by parents and students led by Acharya Suresh Panda in front of the holy fire.
Chief guest and Prerna Mahila Samiti secretary Anuradha Mali and member Seema Dhal applied tilak and presented flowers to the students as blessings for the students of Std X and XII.
Seventy three students of Std XII and 44 of Std X will be appearing for the CBSE examinations commencing March 2.
The ceremony concluded with mantra recitation and yagya prayers led by the School’s music teachers Rashmi Bhattacharya and Arvind Thakur. Hindi teacher Arun Kumar Mishra conducted the program and offered the vote of thanks.