Independence Day at Maxfort School

The celebrations were dedicated to all the freedom fighters who fought for the country’s independence.

Published: September 2, 2013 5:29:40 am

Independence Day was celebrated at Maxfort School,Rohini,on August 14,2013. The celebrations were dedicated to all the freedom fighters who fought for the country’s independence. The programme commenced with unfurling of the Tricolour followed by the singing of the National Anthem. Principal,Ms Ragini Kaul,congratulated everybody for putting together an impressive show. She said,”If it rains,look up rather than down because there is no rainbow without rain. We,at Maxfort,teach every student to celebrate each colour of life with their heads held high.”

Conference at Amity International

A two-day MUN conference was organised by Amity International School at the school premises. Over 400 students,from classes VIII to XII,participated representing 104 countries. It’s the dream of Chairperson,Dr Amita Chauhan,of seeing Amitians grow up as strong individuals. Students from Class XI and XII held the coveted positions of the executive board. The prestigious position of secretary-general was held by ex-Amitian,Harmeet Dhiman. The opening ceremony began with the lighting of the lamp and dance performance by primary children. The Principal,Ms Arti Chopra,delivered an inspiring speech. The event was attended by Dr R C Sharma,Vice-Chancellor,Amity University,Manesar,and Mr Lone,Principal,Amity Global School,Gurgaon.

DPS R K Puram celebrates I-Day

Delhi Public School,R K Puram,under the guidance of Principal,Dr D R Saini,celebrated Independence Day with a lot of enthusiasm. The Hindi,Social Studies and Art departments organised different activities,which filled the students and teachers with patriotic fervour. Students of Class X recited self-composed poems at a ‘kavi sammelan’. Class XI students sang various patriotic songs. The students of Class XI presented a nukkad natak. The Social Studies department organised a quiz and debate on the national movement. Children drew paintings and prepared collages on the national movement and watched two movies — Garam Hawa and The Legend of Bhagat Singh.

Mount Carmel shines in sports championship

Kabir Raina of Class III secured the third position in rink race 1 and rink race 2 in the Lal Bahadur Shastri Roller Sports Championship organised by the Roller Sports Delhi Skating Academy. Kirtvir Singh of Class V secured the third position in the under-10 category in the C S Sharma Students’ Chess Tournament organised by the Delhi Chess Association. Dr V K Williams,Director,Mount Carmel School,congratulated all the participants and the winners.

First international convention of Spic Macay

Students from St Mark’s Sr Sec Public School,Janakpuri,participated in the first international convention of Spic Macay held at IIM,Kolkata. More than 2,500 delegates drawn from various schools and colleges across India,Pakistan,Bhutan,Indonesia and Portugal participated. The interaction between students of different countries and cultures was a unique experience. Aditi Sharma (Class X-A),Khyati Gaur (Class X-A),Surbhi Chopra (Class X-A),Kunica Gupta (Class X-C) and Harshita Sharma (Class X-D),accompanied by teacher in-charge Ms Swati Banerji,participated in the international conference.

I-Day celebrated at Bal Bharati,Pitampura

Bal Bharati Public School,Pitampura,celebrated Independence Day with much vigour and enthusiasm. A marchpast by all the four Houses followed the flag hoisting with children saluting the national flag. The celebrations began with the lighting of the lamp by the chief guest,Mr L R Channa (Chairman of the school),Mr S K Bhattacharya (Secretary of the school),the Principal,Ms Meenu Goswami,the Vice-Principal and the Headmistresses of all the three departments. Ms Goswami and the chief guest addressed the students and urged them to work towards building a better nation. The programme concluded with a vote

of thanks proposed by the Vice-Principal.

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