GLORIOUS DAY TO REMEMBER
To commemorate the birth anniversary of the two legends - Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri, whose lives have impacted humanity to the core, tiny tots of classes I - III come up with a simple yet captivating programme comprising a prayer song, speech, monologue and dance.
It's a humble attempt on their part to imbue us all with the values and thoughts of these two paragons of virtue, simplicity and strength , all rolled into one.
The man who always led by example!!
Making his way into the hearts of millions of Indians, what Gandhi achieved in his life was no less than a miracle. On his birth anniversary, students of IV-VIII come up with this touching presentation and fondly remember the MAHATMA whose principles, dedication and mission will continue to inspire the nation till eternity.
REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION
HAPPY REPUBLIC DAY TO ALL!
A Thousand Salutes to this GREAT NATION of Ours !!
The 71st Republic Day was celebrated with all its solemnity and grandeur in the precincts of the school. The students saluted the National Flag and pledged themselves to upholding the honour, integrity, diversity and uniqueness that is *India*.The ceremony began with the hoisting of the tricolour - the pride of Nation by the revered officials.
The choir group presented a patriotic song. The whole school joined the choir and the melody reverberated in the surroundings . It was followed by a beautiful dance. The melodious music and graceful movements of the dancers were spellbinding. The day was further enlivened by inspiring words of the School Principal Mr. A. K. Dubey who motivated the students to uphold the prestige, righteousness, distinctiveness and heterogeneity of their motherland and identify themselves as true Indians.
The tiny tots of classes I - III gave a head start to Republic Day celebrations tapping their feet to the evergreen number 'Nanha Munna Rahi Hun'. Khushi of class 3 read out an inspiring speech clearly laying out the difference between Republic and Independence Day. The School Principal Mr. A. K. Dubey urged upon the students to become a worthy citizen of the country. The School Director Sh. H. M. Rout appreciated the students and teachers for putting up a programme full of patriotic intensity.