CBSE Cluster-III Kho-Kho Tournament, 2018
St. Xavier's High School, Deoghar
The fun filled sports week of CBSE Cluster-III Kho-Kho Tournament, 2018 came to a conclusion on 05/10/18. The participants were at their
best exhibiting the spirit of competition and enthusiasm. The team of Xaviers congratulates the winners
and the participants both because these parts make a whole of success.
Sports events such as this are meant to showcase the collective talent of
the youth rather than only recognizing winners. A winner exists because someone
dared to stand up and lose. For a height there has to be depth.
Sports competitions fill us with enthusiasm which is a vital change in the
cycle of routines. It inspires the participants and spectators both. They build
physical stamina and teach us to take victories and defeats in our stride. Very
important lessons of life are woven into these fights. A loser provides a
winner a scale to measure his or her success.
A grand cultural feast was organized by the host school for the closing ceremony which included Saraswati Vandana, Puppet Show, Mime, Shiv Tandav, etc. The Chief Guest of the eve was Sri Birendra Charandwari ji, a renowned educationist and social worker of Deoghar district. He expressed his joy of witnessing such a gala feast and congratulated the teams for excellent display of sportsmanship.
The Special Guest was , Sri Markandey Jajware Ji, A well known painter and sculptor of the town. He also expressed his delight and emphasized the importance of sports in everyone's life.
After this trophies, medals and certificates were awarded to the winning teams by the Hon'ble Chief Guest and Special Guest.
The programme was made successful because of the dedicated efforts of the teachers and student volunteers of the host school. As a mark of recognition of their hardwork, the Secretary of the school, Sri Sanjeet Ray, and the Principal, Dr. N. Santhosh Kumar, awarded the teachers and student volunteers with A Certificate of Appreciation. Towards the end the CBSE Flag was ceremoniously folded and everyone sung the National Anthem.