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MSSC Inter school chess Tournament

‘I Think, I Plan, I Move . . . . .’

The Madurai Sahodhaya Schools Complex (MSSC) - an association of CBSE schools conducted an Inter School Chess Tournament at Queen Mira International School on the 27th of September, 2014. About 31 energized and competitive grand masters from 12 different schools in and around Madurai participated in the tournament. The inauguration was presided over by Ms. Sujatha Guptan, the Principal of Queen Mira International School in the presence of Mr. Ravi, the PRO of Madurai Sahodhaya Schools’ Complex. The spirited day began with the pleasant Prayer Song. Ms. Kalyani Venkatesh – the English faculty welcomed the gathering. Ms. Sujatha Guptan, Principal declared the Chess Tournament Open. The participants of four categories – under 14 boys, under 14 girls, under 16 boys and under 16 girls, started their matches at 9.00am. The challenging day came to an end at 12.30pm which was followed by the valedictory note. The Primary Co –ordiantor of Queen Mira International School Ms.Kalpana Karthick appreciated and handed over the certificates for under 14 category and the manager HR Ms. Josephine Anne Sheebha Aruldass distributed the certificates for under 16 category. The following contestants were declared as the winners and runners and were awarded with certificates of merit and all the other participators carried home the participation certificate.

S.No

Name of the Contestant

Name of the School

Category

Position

1

Palani Pranav

Prasiddhi Vidhaylaya


Under 14 Boys

Winner

2

Shanmugam

Bharath Public School

Runner

3

Akshaya

Fairlands Foundation


Under 14 Girls

Winner

4

Shrinithi

Maharishi Vidhya Mandir

Runner

5

Akshatha

Maharishi Vidhya Mandir


Under 16 Girls

Winner

6

Rupshya

Queen Mira International School

Runner

7

Kirubeshwaran

Mahatma, CBSE


Under 16 Boys

Winner

8

Praveen

Velammal Residential School

Runner



Ms.Aysha Siddika, the Co –ordiantor of the middle School proposed the Vote Of Thanks. We called it a day paying respect to the nation.

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