Felicitating Google-Doodler Akshay Raj

Askhay Raj holds his trophy aloft
16 Nov. St Aloyosius College High School felicitated its distinguished student Akshay Raj who won laurels for his alma mater already as a 9th standard-er!

MLA Mr Yogesh Bhat falicitating Akshay. His mother looks on.

Children singing song before the school assembly
Another view of the singing-girls' choir
Mr Yogish Bhat, our alumnus and currently local MLA speaks on the occasion of felicitations to Akshay
The proud student body of the school as seen through the eyes of Akshay Raj and his mother
This is how I see Mr Bhat seeing/ talking to the school students!
The champion student honours his genius teacher Mr John Chandran - drawing teacher of St Aloysius School
A look at the dais adorned by Fr Melwyn Pinto (Headmaster), Yogish Bhat (MLA), Ranganath Kini (Corporator), Akshay's Mother and Akshay Raj
The proud son and his mother holding the huge certificate and trophy
And everybody else with the google-doodler Akshay Raj
The school kids waiting in anticipation of honouring their friend

let's have him...honour him...

There were many more young achievers - the young RJ

Another young RJ being honoured. Both the first and second places were secured by St Aloysius girls - on the occasion of Children's Day (14th Nov)

These are the girls who won the young RJs in a local FM radio contest

Salutes to the Alma Mater - saluting the school flag

Vianny D'Cunha of 9th standard being honoured by Yogish Bhat. Vianny is an international star in Chess in junior category. He has won international tournaments going abroad!

Akshay Raj’s achievement is to have won the Doodle for Google contest at the national level. He won beating over 1,08,000 contestants!

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