The vibrant campus of Ma’din Public School was abuzz with creativity and talent as the three-day Artorium event concluded on a high note. Aimed at nurturing the literary skills of its students, the event saw an impressive participation of over 2,000 young talents across 160 diverse events hosted at twenty venues.
The grand inauguration of the fest was graced by the presence of Dr. Koya Kappad, Vice Chairman of the Kerala Folklore Academy. In his inaugural address, Dr. Kappad emphasized the transformative power of the arts, stating that they play a crucial role in shaping individuals into true human beings. He also called upon the new generation to actively engage in the preservation and promotion of traditional arts, highlighting their cultural significance.
Presiding over the event was the school’s esteemed Principal, Saithalavi Koya. The presence of notable dignitaries including Manager Abdurrahman Chemmankadav, Shakir Sakhafi Kotumala, Niyas Kanthapuram, Abdul Bari Kizhissery, and Vijeesh added a sense of importance and encouragement to the participants.
The grand finale of the event was marked by the closing convocation, where awards were distributed to the deserving winners by Ma’din Academic Director Noufal Kodoor. The event witnessed the heartfelt participation of various school staff members including Vice Principal Nurul Amin, Abu Tahir Adany, Jafar Sakhafi Pazamallur, Vinod, Hasan Sakhafi Vengara, Muhammad Qudsi, and Swabah Adani. Their words of encouragement and support resonated throughout the venue, motivating the young achievers to continue pursuing their artistic passions.
The successful completion of the Artorium underscores Ma’din Public School’s commitment to holistic education that fosters creativity, self-expression, and a deep appreciation for traditional arts. As the event’s echoes fade away, the school remains dedicated to providing a platform for its students to explore their artistic potential and contribute positively to society.