Admissions are open for PRE-NURSERY to Class 9 and Class 11 for the Academic Year 2024 – 2025. For more information please contact 83484-45674, ⦿ As Per Previous Years, St. Micahel’s School – Durgapur Offered Scholarship Award to Each Class Topper From Class I to Class XI


Elocution helps an individual to build up on the communication skills. Our school has always wanted the children to prepare well for life, where good communication is of vital importance. This is best achieved when they start off early at honing their speaking skills. Developing grammatical exactitude and proper pronunciation are a must in school life. Every year St. Michael’s School, Durgapur, organises an elocution competition for classes one to twelve to boost their powers of oration and eloquence.

This year, on 2nd August 2023, Wednesday, the Inter House English Elocution Competition was conducted in two parts. In the first half we had the Primary section making us proud of their speaking skills. In the Second half, we had our Senior students winning over our hearts with their performance.

The primary section had three categories. Class one, Category one, had joint holders of the first position- Shivani Barnwal of class 1D and Ritisha Choudhary of class 1C. Ashmi Sadhu of class 1C secured the third position. Ritika Singha of class 2C, secured the first position from category 2, comprising of classes 2 and 3. Jagriti Pathak of 2D came second, while Kinjal Deb of 2D and Abe Chakraborty of 2A were awarded the third position jointly. Category 3 had participants from classes 4 and 5. Its winner was Kirtman Kaur from class 5C. On the whole, St. George’s House stood first from the Primary Section in this year’s Elocution Competition.

The Secondary had two categories. Classes 6 to 8 had participated in category 1 and classes 9 to 12 in category 2. Tapasya Adhikary of class 7C stood first from category 1 and Moulina Naskar of class 10D came first from category 2. St. George’s House, with its amazing bevvy of performances, was once again the winning house from the Secondary Section.

Certificates were handed over by the Principal, Mr. Charles Joseph Nyss and the Headmistress, Mrs. Sarika Khimla. The audience, comprising of pupils from several classes, was invited to recite impromptu at the end of each session for motivating them towards future participation. The events of the day came to a close with photographs being clicked and a smile of satisfaction on the faces of the organisers. Their  honest efforts had given us the opportunity to be proud of our students once again, whose boundless energy and resilience had impressed the judges and the audience alike.