HIREESHA - The Emerging Star of Hindi, an annual cultural and literary festival, has been effectively conducted in a virtual format by Army Public School Golconda since 2020. As the saying goes, "Everyone has the fire, but champions know when to ignite the spark".  Once again, APSG has showcased its ability by effectively organizing the event on September 9, 2023.

The main goal of this festival is to motivate students to immerse themselves in the cultural and literary dimensions of our official language, Hindi.

Through this festival, Army Public School Golconda strives to highlight students' competency in expressing themselves in the official language and to foster their expertise in diverse fields through this competitive platform.

The event featured a total of twelve competitions across five categories, catering to students from grades I to X.

Naysha from APS, Ahmedabad has secured the first position in "Jab Mai Bada Hounga," focusing on a child's ambition in life and the second position is bagged by Utkrsh Raj from Army Public School,Golconda.

Sadhana Kumari from Army public school, Golconda bagged the first place in "Natkhat hoon Mai Natkhat hoon," where participants shared their humorous life experiences.

Gopika from APS Jodhpur has bagged the first position for "Nahe Munne Kavi," a poem recitation with props.

The first position for "Ek Kayani Meri Zubani," which allowed students to narrate stories in their own words was bagged by Ansh Kumar from Army Public school,Golconda.

Shree Prakruthi Sinha, an APSGian has stood in the first position in "Abhivyakti," which featured role plays of mythological characters.

APSG had secured the second position in "Hansi ke Fuhaar," where students recited funny poems. And the below are a few more competitions that have encouraged students to win trophies.

"Nritya Manjari," a fusion dance performance.

Narration of "Dohe and Chaupai."

"Prachar Prasar" (Funny Ad Mad), where they created humorous advertisements.

"Rangmanch" (Mono Acting), showcasing individual acting talents.

"Thahake" (Stand-up Comedy), which added lots of laughter to the event.

"Garma Garam Khabren," providing insights into current happenings around the world.

During the event, a total of 23 schools from across India participated in various competitions. The students exhibited great enthusiasm and delivered exceptional performances. While the runners-up trophy was awarded to ARMY PUBLIC SCHOOL, KIRKEE. The winners' trophy was proudly claimed by ARMY PUBLIC SCHOOL, AHMEDNAGAR.

APSG took pride in hosting the event and providing a platform for young talents to showcase their abilities and achieve prestigious trophies. Hosting such events not only encourages students to excel but also promotes a sense of camaraderie and healthy competition among them. These experiences can have a lasting impact on their personal and academic growth. APSG had put all its efforts in fostering talent and creating a supportive environment for the students!

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