STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Dance teaches the importance of movement and fitness in a variety of ways through a variety of disciplines. As well, students learn to coordinate with each other while performing. With the aim of honing the dancing skills of the students, Deepti Joshi, the School Co-ordinator on Wednesday organised an Inter-House Dance Competition based on International Dance Forms, for the students of classes VI-VIII, in the school premises, where students from all the four houses participated with verve. Shashi Choudhary, Director JK Educational Society, S.K Singh, Principal, JKPS Kunjwani and other dignitaries were also present. The competition was to revel another milestone of an accomplishment in the history of JKPS. The vivacious dancers were dressed up in colourful costumes twirled around and they set the stage on fire with their energetic performances. The fun filled extravaganza offered Hip Hop, Contemporary, Salsa and Classical. Tilak House showcased Hip Hop Dance. They spell bounded the audience with their astounding performance. Radhakrishanan House performed on Salsa which is a popular form of social dance that originated from Caribbean Folk Dance and is the hidden language of soul; dance of robust. The performers enthralled everyone with their expressive dance. Tagore House flabbergasted the gathering by showcasing the Classical Dance form. Bhagat Singh House presented Contemporary Dance depicting father-daughter relationship which moved the audience with emotions. The spectators bore witness to the enthusiasm and energy of the young JKIANS as they enthralled everyone with their performances. In the closely contested competition, Tagore House clinched first position under the guidance of Yashu Jain, Bhagat Singh House bagged the second prize under the supervision of Pooja Nehru and third position was won by Radhakrishanan House under the guidance of Gagandeep. A consolation prize was won by Tilak House under the guidance of Madhu. All the four houses not only performed wonderfully but this dance competition imbibed the spirit of teamwork amongst all the students. S.K Singh gave heartiest congratulation to all the participants. He applauded the endless efforts of the dance teachers and hard work of the students to make this competition a success. He also said that dance is one of the most divine forms of art and is actually a way of expressing an individual’s feelings. Singh encouraged the students to participate more in such competitions to enhance their talent.
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