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37th All India National Group Song Competition held at Bangalore
 (12th-13th November, 2011)

37th All India National Group Song Competition: 2011-12 (Bangalore)
37th All India National Group Song Competition:  2011 was held on 12th-13th November, 2011 at The Art Of Living International Center, Kanakpura Road, Bengaluru hosted by BVP  Prant. Teams from all over India started arriving from early hours of 10th November. They were welcomed by BVP members and lodged in the calm premises of the Ashram.

The competition was formally inaugurated by Respected Shri R.P. Sharma, National Presidrnt BVP at 9 a.m. in the exquisitely beautiful Vishalakhi Mandap of the Ashram after Deep Prajwalan, garlanding Bharat Mata and portrait of Swami Vivekananda He was assisted by Sarvashri I.D.Ojha, National Working President, S.K. Wadhwa, National Secretary General, J.R. Bangera, Chairman, Reception Committee, K.G. Subbaram Setty, Patron, S.P. Agrawal  Vice Chairman, NGSC, Daulat Rao, National Addl. Organising Secretary and S.N. Panda, National Secretary, NGSC.

The programme started with loud cheers from audience applauding participants from every nook and corner of India. At 10.30 a.m. His Holiness Sri Sri Ravisankar Guruji and  Honble Sri D.V. Sadananda Gowda, Chief Minister,Karnataka, Justice Dr M. Rama Jois, Member Parliament, Ex Governor, Past President and Patron BVP sat with the audience enjoying the presentations of a few teams. Honble Sri Gowda ,CM presided the brief function of dedication of book "Raja Dharma" with lessons on Rajaneeti, (written by Justice Rama Joisji) by Sri Sri Ravisankarji. Both blessed the participants ,asked them to dedicate themselves for nation building and make India corruption free.

44 teams took part in Hindi NGSC, and 36 in Regional Patriotic Group Songs. The programme continued up to 9.30 p.m. Level of competition was very high.

On 13th Nov during Valedictory and Prize Distribution function at 10am, Shri K.G.Subbaran Setty,Patron, Karnatak South Prant, welcomed the guests. Sri Sri Rvisankar Guruji advised young participants to be good human, win all by love, practice yoga to be healthy and strong, to make India Viswa Guru. Shri S.K. Wadhwa informed the gathering the contribution of 65000 BVP members all over India in various fields. Shri Jayapraksh Agarwal, Chairman, NGSC in his presidential address asked the students to be strong nationalists. Justice Rama Jois opined that Rajaneeti should be based on Dharma. Members who worked hard to make the programme success were recognized with momentoes,

We congratulate the following teams who won prizes:

NATIONAL SONG HINDI (NS)
Position           State Name of the Institution Geet No.
I  MADHYA BHARAT WEST  CHRISTIAN EMINENT H.S SCHOOL 32
II  PUNJAB NORTH  DAYANAND MODEL SR.SEC SCHOOL 23
III CHATISGARH  DELHI PUBLIC SCHOOL 32
IV  U.P. WEST  AMITY INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL 30
V  DELHI SOUTH  BALWANT RAI MEHTA VIDYA BHAWAN 27
         
REGIONAL SONG (RS)
Position          State Name of the Institution Language
I  ORISSA  JINDAL SCHOOL  PUNJABI
II  PUNJAB NORTH  DAYANAND MODEL SR.SEC.SCHOOL  PUNJABI
III  HIMACHAL PRADESH  RAINBOW INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL  HIMACHALI
IV  HARYANA WEST  O.P.JINDAL MODERN SCHOOL  HARANAVI
V KERALA  SREENARAYANA VIDYAPEET PUBLIC SCHOOL  MALAYAM

Meeting ended with vote of thanks proposed by Shri K.N. Ramraj, Event Covenor.The participants while cherished the serene ambience, spartan life of the Ashram, went back home enriched by blessings of Sri Sri Ravisankarji.


 

36th All India National Group Song Competition

 

On the 13th-14th November, 2010, 36th All India National Group Song Competition was held at Lahoria Senior Secondary School, Hissar. It was hosted by Haryana West Prant and its Vivekananda Branch.

Prior to the function, on the 12th evening a press meet was organized that was attended by Shri R.P. Sharma, National President and Shri S.K. Wadhwa, National Secretary General. In reply to press query Shri Sharma put light on the purpose and activities of BVP and dwelled at length on the importance of NGSC. Participating teams who arrived early, were taken on sightseeing tour in and around Hissar.

The competition was declared open on 13th November, 2010 by Shri Sharmajee at 10 A.M. in a colourful pendal erected within the said school compound. The competition continued up to 9.30P.M. 42 teams participated in Hindi patriotic songs and 34 teams in Regional songs. The entire programme was telecasted live in the local T.V. on both the days at Hissar.

   

Swamy Shri Madhab Prapannacharyajee was the chief guest at the concluding session on the 14th November. The programme started with the presentation of songs by four winning teams. Other dignitaries who graced the occasion were: Shri Jaiprakash Agrawal, Chairman, NGSC, Shri R.P. Sharma, National President, Dr (Smt) Prakashwati Sharma, Vice President, Shri S.K. Wadhwa, National Secretary General. Shri Jaiprakashjee asked the participants to prepare themselves to sacrifice everything for Bharat Mata. Swamyjee called upon the children and the youth to know and preserve our unique culture and heritage. He appreciated BVP’s efforts in guiding these youths to be staunch nationalists through its programmes. Shri Hanif Qureshi IPS, advised participants to be hard working and contribute their mite for nation building. Shri Surinder Lahoria, Event Convener of the programme, thanked every one for the success of the event.

   

Winner Team in Hindi Songs

 

Winner Team in Regional Songs

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Prizes and mementoes were distributed among the winning teams. For success of the programme, Sarvashri S.P.Agrawal, Vice Chairman NGSC, S.N. Panda, National Secretary, Dr Thribhuban Sharma, National Convener, Surinder Lahoria, Event Convener, C.P. Ahuja, Zonal Chairman, Naresh Batra, Zonal Secretary, Sanskar, Prantiya Office bearers of Haryana West, Members and Office bearers of Vivekananda Branch, Hissar worked tirelessly for months together.

The participants of NGSC who came from all over India were extremely delighted by the manner in which they were welcomed at the venue with Dholak And Shahnai. The quality of lodging and Boarding was good. All departed to their respective places with fond memory of wonderful hospitality at Hissar.


Following were the winning teams in both the categories:

NATIONAL SONG HINDI (NS)
Position           State Name of the Institution Geet No.
I  DELHI SOUTH  BALWANT RAI MEHTA VIDYA BHAVAN 50
II  HARYANA WEST  V.M VISWAS SCHOOL,MANDI ADAMPUR 16
III  HARYANA SOUTH  D.A.V PUBLIC SCHOOL SEC.37 FARIDABAD 17
IV  MAHARASHTRA II  NEW ENGLISH SCHOOL SATARA 08
V  ASSAM  SANKAR DEV VIDYA NIKETAN TEZPUR 02
         
REGIONAL SONG (RS)
Position          State Name of the Institution Language
I  PUNJAB SOUTH  S.D K.L D.A.V CONT SEN SEC.SCHOOL .MANSA  PUNJABI
II  ASSAM  SANKAR DEV VIDYA NIKETAN TEZPUR  ASSAMAIYA
III  WEST BENGAL  HARAYANA VIDYA MANDIR  BENGALO
IV  HARYANA NORTH  D.A.V.PUBLIC SCHOOL,KURUSHETRA  MARATHI
V  KARNATAKA SOUTH  JYOTHI KENDRIYA VIDYALAYA  KANNAD


35th All India National Group Song Competition

Thirty-fifth All India National Group Song Competition
was held on the 28th-29th November 2009 at Visakhaptnam (Andhra Pradesh). The number of teams that participated in Hindi and Regional songs category was 42 and 33 respectively.

The two day function was inaugurated by Shri Ajeya Kallam, I.A.S., Chairman, Visakhpatnam Port Trust
. He said that he was highly impressed with the projects taken up by the Parishad. He commended the work of Parishad in organising such a programme which instills discipline and imbibes spirit of nationalism among  youth of the country.

On the concluding day, Vice-Admiral Anup Singh, A.V.S.M.,N.M., Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Eastern Naval Command, was the Chief Guest at the function. In his address he said that on being  invited for the function, he  had gone through the Parishad's  website. He was highly impressed with vision and mission as well as activities of the Parishad.

   

Vice-Admiral Anup Singh lauded the efforts of the Parishad in inculcating a sense of patriotism among the students through this commendable Competition.

       
   

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Following were the winning teams in both the categories:

NATIONAL SONG HINDI (NS)
Position           State Name of the Institution  
I Tamilnadu & Pondicherry Sri Vishwa Vidyalaya Matriculation Hr. Sec. School  
II Haryana South D.A.V. Public School, Sector - 37, Faridabad  
III Chhattisgarh D.P.S., Raipur, Chhattisgarh  
IV Rajasthan South Central Academy Sr. Sec. School, Sardarpura, Udaipur (Rajasthan)  
V Jammu & Kashmir The Heritage School, Sainik Colony, Jammu - 180015  
 
REGIONAL SONG (RS)
Position          State Name of the Institution Language
I Delhi South Laxman Public School, Hauzkhas, New Delhi  Bengali
II Punjab East Scholars Public School, Rajpura, Distt. Patiala  Punjabi
III Rajasthan Central Bal Mandir Sr. Sec. School, Beawar  Rajasthani
IV Andhra Pradesh (North & East) Sri Prakash Vidya Niketan School  Telugu
V Braj Pradesh St. Andrews Sr. Sec. School, Agra  Rajasthani


Click here for names of the institutions from various Prants whose students competed at the National level and the scores obtained by them.
 

 

34th All India National Group Song Competition

Thirty-fourth All India National Group Song Competition
was held at Bhubaneswar (Orissa) on the 15th-16th November 2008.

     
 

Winning team with the National Office Bearers

 

A winning team is all smiles

About 800 children from 42 Prants competed.  Following teams won the first place in Hindi and Regional songs:

Language

 Winner Prant

    Name of the Institution

Hindi

 U.P. West

Amety International School, Noida

Regional

  West Bengal
         

Haryana Vidya Mandir, Kolkata

 

  

 

A view of the participants with their trophies

33rd All India National Group Song Competition

During 2007-08, thirty-third All India National Group Song Competition was held at Ujjain (Madhya Bharat Prant) on the 24th-25th November 2007.

                   

Following teams won the first place in Hindi and Regional songs:

Language

No. of Prant Teams

     Winner Prant

Hindi

           42

West Bengal, Sikkim, Andaman & Nicobar

Regional

           35

South Bihar

 

  



The total participants numbered 827 in both Hindi and Regional songs teams (Students: 605, Instrumentalists: 222). Minster for Higher Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh, was the Chief Guest at the function.

Team from Haryana Vidya Mandir, Kolkata  (West Bengal ) who won 2007-08 All India Competition (in Hindi songs)

32nd All India National Group Song Competition

During the year 2006-07, 32nd All India Competition was held at Bikaner (Rajasthan North Prant) on the 18th-19th November 2007. Following teams won the first place in Hindi and regional songs: 

Language

No. of Prant Teams

     Winner Prant

Hindi

           47

       Rohelkhand

Regional

           35

        Delhi South

 

 

 
A record number of teams from 47 Prants participated which was the highest number of participating Prants so far.

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