Congratulations to the Jayapriya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School students for their outstanding performance at the South Indian level music competition!
The Virudhachalam Jayapriya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School students took part in the South Indian level music event and made the school proud.
The Furtadoss School of Music hosted the South Indian level "Band It" music competition on September 24 at Vidyabala School in Perampur, Chennai. All South Indian schools took part in this music competition. The Virudhachalam Jayapriya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School students also took part, showcased their musical talents on the keyboard, guitar, drums, and vaaipaattu (a traditional Tamil folk music form) and the students' performance was so impressive that they won third place in the competition.
The students' performance was a reflection of the high quality of music education that is offered at Jayapriya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School. The school has a strong tradition of music education, and its students are regularly recognized for their musical talents.
The students are excited about their accomplishment. They said, "We are so happy to have won third place in the South Indian level music competition. We worked hard and we are glad that our efforts paid off. We are also grateful to our teachers for their support."
The students' victory in the South Indian level music competition is a testament to their hard work and dedication. The students have been practicing for months for the competition, and their performance showed that their best and hard work has paid off.
The students' victory is also a source of pride for the entire Jayapriya Vidyalaya community. The school's teachers, administrators, and students are all proud of the students' accomplishments, and they know that the students have a bright future ahead of them in the field of music.
The founder and chairman of the Jayapriya Vidyalaya Group of Institutions, C.R. Jayasankar, as well as the director, Mr. N. S. Dinesh, the school's principal, Mrs. Sri Bala, and the program coordinator, Surya Kannan, presented awards to the winning kids, to the delight of all the teachers.
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