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SHAKESPEAREAN LITERARY ASSOCIATION

Education and competition are two universal ingredients of human cultures. They are not a diversion but rather an extension of a good educational programme. Participation in activities is often a prediction of later success – in college, a career and being a contributing member of society.

The Shakespearean Literary Association has completed its twentieth fruitful year. On 22nd June 2016, the association was inaugurated by Mr. David Abraham, Professor, MCC College, Chennai. To monitor the activities of the association, office bearers from the students were selected.

Sambavi Dubey of Std. XI was nominated as the president and Ajay Wilson of Std. IX as its secretary. During the Inauguration Ceremony, the Chief Guest delivered his humorous and motivational speech which encouraged our students a lot and imbibed confidence in their struggles. This association plays an effective role in the personality development of the students. By providing a conducive and encouraging environment, our students were able to participate in a variety of competitions ranging from speech, essay writing, quiz, mono acting, debate etc… Our Association offers opportunities for students to learn the values of team work, individual and group responsibility, physical strength and endurance, diversity and sense of culture and community. We provide a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned in the classroom, offering students the opportunity to apply academic skills in the real-world context.

A great thanks to our instructional leader Rev. Fr. Johny Koyikkara for creating an atmosphere of co-operation aimed at directing teacher development and student achievement. I bow my head to the Almighty God for the blessings He has shown upon this institution. My deepest gratitude to the students and our dedicated English teachers and well wishers for their whole hearted co-operation. We hope that this association would turn out to be a mighty ocean of great literary figure in the years to come.