Famous musician Lovely Janardhanan enthralls students of Chanakya IAS Academy at Kottakal.Fine music turned out to be a stress- buster to all.
The students of Chanakya IAS Academy at Kottakkal were facinated by a wonderful tete-a-tete with Lovely Janardhanan, famous Carnatic vocalist and singer, who visited the Academy, as part of the outreach programme series. The musician, who hails from Thiruvananthapuram, shared some great insights on music and the session turned out to be highly inspiring for students and staff alike.
Lovely Janardhanan, who is well versed in Carnatic music, has more than 20 years of experience in musical concerts. She has performed musical concerts in almost all the temples like Guruvayoor, Mukambika, Sree Padmanabha Swami temple and also performed programs in Chembai musical festival.
Her popular programs include “Amruthavarshini”, a melodic Acme.
In addition to Carnatic music, she is also well versed in film songs and devotional songs.
She is a playback singer also and constantly performs in major TV Channels like Surya, Jai Hind, Kairali and Doordarshan.
She has sung “Makka Madeena”, the famous Malayalam song from the popular film, “Adaminte Makan Abu”
Lovely Janardhanan, who has won accolodes for her multifaceted talents in music, presently works as a Music Teacher in Kendriya Vidyalaya, Pattam, Thiruvananthapuram.
The students of the Academy had a very joyful time with Lovely Janardhanan who sang famous hits from films and devotional songs..
The students said that the rare occasion provided them a kind of joy and ecstasy which took them to another world of happiness and freed their mind from all tensions.
In the end, MK Pramod, Principal, Chanakya IAS Academy and former Joint Controller of Examinations, University of Calicut, profusely thanked her for having entertained the students and opened the new vista of musical compositions.
Students Outreach Program
Outreach programs are conducted by the Academy to inspire creativity, compassion, social commitments and dynamism among the students, encouraging them to be responsible citizens throughout their life.
As part of the program, the students had on Children’s day on November 14 visited the old age home and juvenile home at Tavanur. They had provided two cooler fans for the use of the inamates of Old Age Home and books and other school stationary items for the inmates at juvenile home. The had also conducted dance and music programmes for the inmates.
On the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, the students of Academy carried out a cleaning drive on the national highway stretching over two kilometers. Bushes on either side of the highway were cleared and plastic waste eliminated by the students.