‘Taare Zameen Par,’ a programme to showcase the talents of special children, will be held at Jaganmohan Palace on Feb. 10 from 9 am to 6.30 pm, said Rotary Mysore President Rtn. K.G. Anantharaje Urs.

Addressing a press meet at Pathrakarthara Bhavan in city yesterday, he said Rotary has been organising the event since five years to encourage special kids to come out with their talents. At the event, more than 800 special kids from about 15 schools of the city will unravel their field of interest.

MCC Commissioner Dr. M.R. Ravi will inaugurate the event. Infosys Mysore Development Centre Location Head-HR Vinu Shekar will be the guest of honour. SP R. Dileep will be the chief guest. Rtn. Joseph Mathew, Rotary Assistant Governor, will be the guest of honour for the valedictory function.

Three prizes in each category will be awarded. Mementos will be given to every participant and teachers. Three prizes will be given to schools with overall best performance.

SOFTEN (Social Forum to Enable the Needy-A group of Infosys Employees- A CSR activity of Infosys) has joined hands with Rotary Mysore in this programme. The children will entertain the audience with acting, fancy dress, drawing, dance, singing and other activities.

Rotary Mysore’s Anil Kumar, Sumit and others were present at the press meet. Rotary Mysore, the 68-year-old Rotary Club of Mysore, is actively serving the society through its two schools Ideal Jawa Rotary Primary School, Ideal Jawa Rotary High School and Rotary Children’s Library, through its Rotary Mysore Mahaveer Artificial Limb Centre and Rotary Mysore Chandrakala Hospital Blood Bank.

Courtesy : Star Of Mysore