Annual Day

As the dusk settled, on the evening of 20 october, 2012, the lawns of the school become alive with the chirping of the birds. It was a grand celebration which saw little children shine on the stage.

‘KALRAV’ as the title goes was an evening full of delight for the family of Dewan Public School. The ‘Welcome Song’ being really set the audience for a heart touching evening. The auspicious lamp was lit by Chairman of the school trust and the backbone of the institution Shri J.C.Dewan ‘Bau Ji’.

Honourable Principal Sir ‘Shri H.M. Rout’ addressed the gathering of parents, students and other respected guests.

Then it was time for a mesmerising   show with a mass participation by the children, to hold the attention of all present.

An enthralling ‘Invocation Dance’ set the ball rolling for the programmes which were to follow. Folk dances of Maharashtra and Bengal were very gracefully performed by the students of class I & II.

Comedy Skit “Karate Parrot” was much appreciated for the rib tickling comedy it presented. ‘Abhivyakti ’the Kathak recital with all the grace and elegance turned out as an appeal for reviving humanity and won the hearts of all.

Presented with a modern twist the masses praised “The Stretch and Tone” which show cased the traditional Yoga aasans in unconventional and astonishing manner.

Next, ‘Sparkle’ the western dance, set everybody tapping their feet. The finale ‘Fusion’ was a breath taking event. The show was culmination of all the efforts put in by students and the staff as is received a thundering ovation.

The Headmistress, Junior Wing, Mrs. Manishi Vats, delivered a vote of thanks which marked the end of a not so common day for the audience. With the rendering of the National Anthem, warming each and every heart and soul, the chirping of the tiny ‘star birds’ calmed down. The night settled in. The evening concluded.

Age Eligibility Born Between 1 September 2010 TO 31 October 2011.This Already Includes One Month's Relaxation Both On The Upper And Lower Age Limit For registration to class 1.
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