HPS Aims to Raise ₹100 Crore From Alumni For Infrastructure Development

Hyderabad: The school hopes to raise Rs 100 crore from alumni to improve infrastructure as part of its 'Vision 2025' campaign. Alumnus and actor Nagarjuna unveils centenary logo in March.

Lord Karan Bilimoria of the UK House of Lords and an alumnus, to visit for the closing ceremony.

India Science Festival, one of the country's largest fests, held with support from TS Innovation Council (TSIC). HPS is setting up an innovation centre to serve as a start-up incubation space.

Bharatanatyam performance staged, titled 'The Dance of Life' by Dr Mallika Sarbhai's troupe from the Darpan Academy of Performing Arts.

Symphony Orchestra of India performed a Western classical music concert at the HPS' open-air theatre. HPS collaborated with Tata Cultural Centre, Mumbai, for the event

World Cycling Alliance president Sir Graham Watson encouraged students, as part of the HPS cycling club launch.

Synchronised swimming initiated in India with technical help from the Swimming Federation of India, which funded the training and coaches from Malaysia and Kazakhstan. The school opened an eight-lane swimming pool, 50 metres by 21 metres.

The school is building a sports complex, which will comprise state-of-the-art facilities.

Upcoming plans include a car rally to create awareness on sustainable transportation, a 10K health run, an international educational conclave to absorb the modern pedagogy and practices from all over the world, Cento buzz learning fest, a mountaineering expedition, parents' pageant, a MasterChef competition, sports day, staff sports day, school fete & carnival, school concert, fund-raising dinner, alumni golf tournament, reunion dinner and a finale show on December 27.

( Source : Deccan Chronicle. )
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