Interhouse Street play Competition
Unveiling India’s Battle Against Corruption
On the 16th of September, Saturday, The Hyderabad Public School Begumpet bore witness to a remarkable event—the Inter-house Street Play Competition. This event sought to spotlight the imperative of eradicating corruption as India’s path to realizing ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ or self-reliant India.
The event was a display of exemplary artistry and dedication by the students of Vijaynagar, Nagarjuna, Nalanda, and Taxila houses. These young minds shouldered the responsibility of designing and performing thought-provoking street plays that tackled the grave issue of corruption. The fusion of creativity and advocacy was evident in their compelling performances.
The students not only exhibited their commitment to the cause of addressing corruption but also showcased their talent and passion for this powerful art form.
The competition was graced by the presence of our esteemed Principal Dr. Skand Bali and accomplished theatre practitioners, Author Devika Das and Doctor Agnika Ettaveni, who served as judges. Their insightful guidance and expertise provided the students with an invaluable opportunity to receive constructive feedback and hone their skills further.
The Interhouse Streetplay Competition at The Hyderabad Public School Begumpet was not just a display of talent; it was a testament to the youth’s determination to drive meaningful change in society. By shedding light on the scourge of corruption, these students exhibited a deep-rooted desire to contribute to a better India—a nation free from the shackles of corruption and on the path to becoming a developed powerhouse on the global stage.
In conclusion, as India’s journey towards ‘Atma Nirbhar Bharat’ gains momentum, the need to root out corruption becomes more pressing than ever. The dedication and talent showcased by the students in this competition provide hope and assurance that the future is in capable hands, poised to lead India into an era of progress, prosperity, and integrity.
The event emphasized the pressing need for a corruption-free India to truly emerge as a world leader in the economic and talent domains.