Mangaluru, March 23: The CBSE Board’s constructive approach to blended learning and representing culture and tradition in an artistic way was showcased through an art exhibition at St Agnes CBSE School in Mangaluru, bringing the traditional blend of the states of Uttarakhand and Karnataka to India today.
The students, teachers of the school under the guidance of the principal put together an exuberant display depicting tradition, culture, food and various forms of dance to show the states’ blended learning.
The exhibition was inaugurated by the main guest Sr Dr Agatha Mary AC former Superior General of the Apostolic Congregation of Carmel. Dignitaries present were Sr Dr Lydia Fernandes AC, Co-Secretary of St Agnes Educational Institutions and Sr Carmel Rita AC, Administrator of St Agnes College, were the guest of honor for the occasion. Sr Edna Furtado Ac the Administrator, Principal, Deputy Principal and Coordinator of the school.
Art and culture were well represented and meticulously organized from 9:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., with visitors including parents, students from other nearby schools and colleges, and sisters from the congregation. The whole atmosphere and ambience brought a lot of educational concepts to visitors. The students presented their art form in a creative way. The whole day was a big deal for everyone’s hard work.