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Colourful concert

Drumming merrily: Students in a scene from Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves.The concert kicked off with a choir performance by lower primary pupils. Meanwhile, the student alumni’s performance of Snatam Kaur’s People of Love brought an aura of nostalgia on to stage.

Present at the concert was UM vice-chancellor Datuk Dr Ghauth Jasmon, who congratulated the school for its growth over the last 10 years, as well as everyone involved in the concert’s production.

In his speech, he also advised parents and students to pursue their studies in Malaysia in order for local universities to gain prestige and better rankings each year.

School chairman Tan Sri Ajit Singh in his welcome speech traced the growth of the school from its humble beginnings at the Wisma Tatt Khalsa Community centre, to establish itself as a school with record 100% passes in all government exams and outstanding results in UPSR, PMR & SPM examinations.

Throughout the afternoon, proud parents, guests, staff and students were captivated by the performances. One proud parent Ms Madhu remarked that she felt she was watching a show in a London theatre.

Elaborate costumes lent a touch of authenticity in the students' interpretation of The King & I.
“That’s how good the children were!” she said.

Former student Kaveena Maniam, who scored 15A’s in her 2009 SPM examinations was emotional as she spoke to the current students.

“My advice to all students is to keep coming back to serve at Sri Dasmesh. I love this school so much and I miss it already,” she said.

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