CBSE State Youth Festival Sarga Sangamam Starts
29 Nov 2012
The 18th CBSE state youth festival, ‘Sarga Sangamam 2012’, started in the city on Wednesday.During the inaugural ceremony, actor Suresh Gopi said that rather than restrict the festival to just CBSE schools, they should have a festival wherein both the state schools and CBSE school students compete with each other.
The festival will be 4 days long includes art, music and dance, organised by the Kerala CBSE School Managements Association, is being held at the Sarabhai Science Park, Kakkanad, and has attracted over 10,000 students from CBSE schools all over the state.
Contests will be held in four categories, which will see 1,030 schools participating. Each student has contributed a minimum of Rs 10 for the voluntary programme, and an amount of Rs 50 lakh has been collected so far.
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