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“Don’t see others doing better than you, beat your own records
everyday, because success is a fight between you and yourself.”
Chandra Shekhar Azad

 

It was a red letter day in the history of India when the country got her freedom on August 15, 1947.It took hundreds of years for us to break the shackles of slavery.Our school Seth Anandram Jaipuria celebrated 72ndIndependence Day, on 15 August’18, with great enthusiasm and respect. To commemorate the sovereignty of our nation,our Principal Mrs. Poonam Kochitty unfurled the tricolour flag and all in unison sang the national anthem.

Mansha Verma addressed the gathering and quoted the famous line of the poem “Where the Mind is Without Fear” by Noble Laureate Rabindranath Tagore that truly rekindled the spirit of patriotism in each one of us.This was followed by the Investiture Ceremony. The newly elected council was conferred with badges by the Principal, to instil a sense of duty and pride. The student’s council took the pledge to hold the school’s Pride and Honour in high esteem. Vishwa Pratap Singh of class IX was selected as the Head Boy. Sandhya became the Captain of Ganga House. ManyaKadian became the Captain of Narmada House. Krishna Tulsyan was selected the Captain of Godavari House and Pragati is the Captain of Krishna House. The students were excited on being elected for the prestigious posts.

The little budding stars of the pre-primaryadded exuberance through their dance performance. This was followed by a mash up dance performance by the students of Krishna House which left the audience grooving to the music. The performance by Godavari House brought to life the supreme sacrifice of the martyrs.The students of the choir sang a patriotic song that awakened everyone’s feeling towards our motherland.

Mrs. Amita Shukla delivered the vote of thanks stressing the ‘importance’ and the ‘need’ for mental liberation in order to experience true freedom, peace and unity in diversity.The program concluded with words of wisdom by our Principal, Mrs. Poonam Kochitty, who encouraged everyone to become a better person in all aspects of life with each passing day.

 

 

 

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