Grand Finale Youth Festival - 2017
Grand Finale Youth Festival - 2017
Grand Finale Youth Festival - 2017



Admin | Wednesday December 6, 2017

This year the Grand Finale of Youth Festival 2017 was organized on 5th December 2017, recognizing more than 400 students. The prize distribution ceremony, to recognize the talents, both individual and team events, on-stage was graced by Mr R N Murthy, Executive Director of Tinplate Company of India Ltd., and Ms Sudha Murthy. Mr K P G Nair, Chairman, Kerala Samajam and Members of the Managing Committee were also present. The Principal, Ms Nandini Shukla, presented an annual report of the extra-curricular activities.

The recognition and promotion of young professionals within an organisation has become a central part of today’s talent management. We at Kerala Samajam Model School believe that each individual has inherent potential that education, encouragement and opportunity to try new things can promote. It prepares them for more demanding tasks; enable them to take positions of authority with decision-making & responsibility.

The Annual Youth Festival ensures that every student participates in a range of co-curricular activities with new events added each year. The students qualify to participate in the finals after each of them has passed through the Quarterfinal and Semi-final stage. Segmented Annual Youth Festival L.Kg. to Std. I, Std. II to Std. IV, Std. V to Std. VII and for Std. VIII to XII ensure that every student in our school takes part in various activities along with his scholastic endeavour.

To inculcate a spirit of teamwork, tolerance and healthy competition, the students of Std. II to Std. XII are divided into four houses namely Peace, Joy, Hope and Charity. Each winner contributes to house points:



Some notable events are

  • Fashion Mania: showcasing Elizabethan Romantic age of English Literature
  • Flash Mob: Each house presented dancing group in the street dance event.
  • Master Chef: had student’s showing-off their culinary skills
  • Choral Story-telling: staging of moral stories by students of Std. 4-7