Awards for best Corporation Schools in Chennai

Awards for best Corporation Schools in Chennai

Chennai, Mayor M. Subramanian gave away the best Corporation School and school teacher awards as part of the Republic Day celebrations at the Ripon Building here on Saturday. More than 500 Corporation schoolstudents put up cultural programmes as part of the event.

K. Geetha Devi, Tiruvottiyur High Road Corporation Primary School, R. Rajeshwari, Thousand Lights Corporation Middle School, S. Ramulu, Mylapore Corporation Higher Secondary School, and C. Ramadevi, Madhavaram High Road Corporation Girls High School, received the best school head awards.

The best school awards went to Pulianthope Corporation Primary School, Trustpuram Corporation Middle School, Subburayan Street Corporation Higher Secondary School, Saidapet Corporation Girls High School and Washermenpet Corporation Urdu Middle School. Besides these, awards for various grades of teachers were also distributed.

Mr. Subramanian also gave away more than Rs.2 lakh to beneficiaries under the Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy Maternity Assistance and Moovalur Ramamirtham Wedding Assistance Schemes.

Parade on the Marina

The customary Republic Day parade on the Marina Beach drew large crowds on Saturday morning. The National Flag was unfurled at Republic Day celebrations at government agencies.

The Food Corporation of India, Zonal Office (South), organised a sports meet for assembled children.

The State Express Transport Corporation felicitated the best conductor, driver and technical personnel.

The Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board also felicitated a long-serving driver of the Board.

The Metropolitan Transport Corporation honoured 25 drivers, administrative heads of the Ennore, T. Nagar and Mandaveli depots, six ticket inspectors and 10 branch managers.

The A.N.M. Primary School, Nathamedu Village, Tiruvallur, Sivananda Orphanage, East Tambaram, Zion Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Mylapore Academy, R.A. Puram, St. John Ambulance, Chetpet, Sri Ramachandra University, Porur, and Lakshmi Nagar Civic Welfare Association, Nanganallur, were among other institutions and groups that observed the Republic Day with flag hoisting and other programmes.

Medical Camp

The Chromepet New Colony Residents’ Welfare Society organised a medical camp and honoured achievers as part of its Republic Day celebrations. More than 300 persons were screened. Some were referred for X-Rays and ECG. About 200 were given ID cards after blood grouping tests.