Presidency School

Events Report

Presidency University Hosts ‘INVINCIA 2022’

Bangalore’s biggest cultural fest held in the city on 27th and 28th May

Bangalore, Karnataka, India

INVINCIA 2022, the biggest Cultural Fest of Bangalore was organised by Presidency University on 27th-28th May 2022. The grand endeavour was a result of the concerted efforts of the entire team of the Department of Student Affairs under the guidance of the Hon’ble Chancellor Mr. Nissar Ahmed and the Vice President, Mr. Salman Ahmed.


Smt.Ashwini Puneeth Kumar, Producer (PRK Productions & PRK Audio) and alumni of Presidency School, RT Nagar, graced the inaugural function and declared the fest open. A special tribute was paid to the Legendary Actor Late Dr. Puneeth Rajkumar, whose memories are still cherished and celebrated. The ceremony was attended by all the key officials, staff and students of the University.


INVINCIA 2022 was a culmination of 50+ Group & Individual events, nurturing talents PAN India, with a student registration from over 90 different colleges and universities, more than 2100 external student participation and a mammoth crowd of 20000+ Students. Divine x Gully Gang headlined Day 1 with a spectacular performance. Various artists like Khanzaadi, Loud-silence, Jubilman and others set the mood for the entry of Divine (Gully Gang) Day 2 was inaugurated by Mr. Javed Ali and marked the start of a huge variety of competitions in the genres of dance, dramatics, music, and fine arts. EMCTruth and Arjun (DJ Quake) opened the show for the mesmerizing, talented singer Ananya Birla, followed by DJ Dr. A, which left the crowd enthralled.

Chancellor, Mrs. Kauser Nissar presented the Overall Championship of Invincia’22 Award to St. Josephs College, Bangalore while the Runner Up Trophy went to Kristu Jayanti College, Bangalore. More than 20,000 students from across 90 colleges PAN India attended the two-day festivities of INVINCIA 2022.

Commenting on the event, Salman Ahmed, Vice President of Presidency University Bangalore said, “I congratulate the Department of Student Affairs, who with their talent, hard work, passion and imagination, created this magical event. This platform provided them the opportunity to bring out their latent talents and transform their skills into execution, giving them more confidence. We feel proud of our students for having pulled off such a spectacular event. We are excited that our aim of holding the biggest cultural fest in Bangalore, was realised in this overwhelming BLOCKBUSTER response.”


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On the 20th of December, PSNLO hosted its 35th Annual Sports Meet, Abhyutsaha, a day filled with fervour and excitement experienced amidst thrills, shrills and cheers. The chief guest for the day was an International Kabbadi player Ms.ShushsmitaPawar. The day started off with the lovely rendition by the choir to pay salutations to the Lord Almighty followed by the arrival of the mascot named Panchachalana– the movement of the five elements namely Earth, Fire, Wind, Water and Ether. This was followed by the Inter-House March Past, a highly competitive event where the four houses eyed for the first place. The audience next witnessed various displays symbolizing alternative sources of energy.

The displays made way for the highly awaited athletic events where competitiveness among the students soared through the roof.

Another highlight of the day was the lighting of the Presidency Torch which was carried by Chirag K ,our national aquatic champion, Rajkumar, who is a part of the Under-16 State Team, Nidhi and Dheemanth, the school Taekwondo champions.

All impressive perfomances by the hardly eight months old , All-Girl Band which won the 3rd place at the Manekshaw Parade Ground, kept the audience enthralled. The games organized for the grandparents, parents and ex-students saw an impressive participation.

At the end of the day, students departed with a clear smile on their faces as the Yellow House emerged as House Champions. It was a day filled with sportsmanship, enthusiasm and memories to cherish. The principal of this esteemed institution, Ms Fathima thanked all the teachers for their cooperation and support and advised children to keep up their sportsman spirit.

Annual Day

Dear Madam,

My wife Saguna and I wish to convey our heartfelt congratulations to you and all the others who were involved – the teachers (especially the music, dance and art teachers), students and all the others who were involved. What a wonderful effort it was indeed! Such a huge production and everything worked in smooth perfection from the beginning to the end. Getting all the children involved is in itself quite a task and making them to do things so well is near impossible and you have achieved that. Yes, we must also congratulate the computer teacher who put up such a professional visual display during the introduction and throughout the program. We thought the concept was unique and you actually did manage to translated that into a wonderful, glorious spectacle that enthralled us throughout. As the chief inspiration and guide we congratulate and salute you.

With warm regards,

Dr.Sudeep Das, Consultant,
Cataract & Refractive Lens Surgery,
Nararyana Nethralaya,
121/C, West of Chord Road,
1st ‘R’ Block, Rajajinagar.

Kaladrapan – a riot of colours, emotions and frenzy

Presidency School NLO unleashed a surfeit of talents under its in house production titled Kaladarpan.This event encompassed drama, dance, music and the works as parents cheered on. Themes that were specially earmarked for every grade were woven and inter connected with learning that happens beyond the curriculum. Grade 1 showcased Festivals, grade 2 highlighted the patriotic fervour while Grade 3 spoke of the grand Indian Mythology that all of us are proud of.

The myriad emotions that surfaced through the performances convinced us that we were on the right track.

Every student was put up on stage , who either sang, gyrated or compeered in the show.The principal in her grade specific parental address spoke on the themes and their relevance at that grade level.

The role of parents and grandparents in keeping the family, in ingraining patriotism and the delicate layers of mythology and religion, in the modern day world was highlighted. The parents were completely agreeable and also thanked the Principal for having brought to the fore the grim realities of parenting, which we tend to push under the carpet , under the garb of modernism.
The Kindergarten began its series under the theme ‘ Wishes come True’ with a little genie fulfilling every tantrum of the little boy.

Are the parents the genies who try to fulfill every wish of the child without analyzing the depth?

Lets all work towards a beautiful world , where every good wish comes true!


The Club activity called it curtains on the year look club activity programme that showcased latent talents and potentials of students which otherwise might have gone unnoticed. This session encompassed all skill based presentations and left the audience spell bound.

It was a well executed session where all forms of performances took centre stage. While invocation song, prepared the setting for the day, the energetic karate displays were soothened by the yogic demonstration that enthralled all. The key board played jingle bells, ode…, aashiqui title song etc. The display of the handiwork of the art club as well as pogo club had all in rapt attention.