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Bro Ramesh Amalanathan is new Principal of SGC

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St George’s Day celebration held

By Our Staff Reporter

Mussoorie, 22 Apr: St George’s Day was celebrated with great enthusiasm at St. George’s College on Saturday. The incoming Principal, Brother Ramesh Amalanathan graced the occasion with his presence.
The programme began with a short Prayer followed by the Lighting of the Lamp by the incoming Principal Brother Amalanathan; Superior, Brother PU George; Principal, Brother Joseph M Joseph; and Vice Principal, Brother Shaju Thomas. This was soon followed by the welcome address by Brother Thomas.
The School Choir put up a mesmerizing performance on stage performing the song ‘Friend of God’ which was much appreciated. Soon after this Bisman Kaur and Nandini Mehar delivered a speech on St George’s Day highlighting the life and works of St. George. Following this was a band performance by the students of Class XI and VI B. The students of Class XI put up a short skit depicting the story of the legend of St. George slaying the dragon.
A power point presentation depicting the life and works of St. George was presented to enlighten the gathering about our Patron Saint. Following this was a wonderful dance performance by the talented young manorites.
The Staff and students honoured Superior, Reverend Brother PU George on the auspicious occasion of his Feast Day with greetings. On behalf of the Staff, the Senior Cordinator PD Jaiswal extended his greetings and warm wishes to Brother PU George along with the cake cutting ceremony.
This was followed by the Principal’s Address. In his address to the gathering, Reverend Brother Joseph M Joseph expressed his heartfelt appreciation to the staff and students for beautifully capturing the essence of the day through prayer, music, art, the creative presentation and the skit. Brother appreciated the patrician family at Manor House for administering and living up to the values significant to the Patrician spirit of humility, dedication and service.
The programme ended with the School Song and the National Anthem.