Monday, 26 January 2015

Farewell Party Celebrated

The future lies before you like a hidden mass of snow,
Be careful how you tread on it, for every mark will show.

On 26th January we had organized farewell for our outgoing batch of class XII. To grace the occasion we had our respected Secretary Sir. Program initiated with the lighting of lamp. Thereafter, pledge ceremony took place wherein our respected Vice Principal Ma’am guided the students and they took an oath to spread virtue and truthfulness where ever they go in the world. After that Head Boy Pargat Singh and Head Girl Meghana Vyas took the lead and lit their candles from the lamp to spread the flame of wisdom and knowledge. Thereafter the divine expression of the monumental thought in the form of mementos were given ceremoniously by our Secretary Sir and   was indeed the highlight of the day.

The dance performed by class XI girls was message rendering.  The boys were not behind and they made the audience tap their feet by their perfect and spell bound performance. The students fervently wished for the journey of xii class student’s life to be complete with bliss by presenting a melodious song before them.
Our head boy Pargat Singh presented his speech expressing his deep gratitude towards management and staff and also shared his sweet memories in the school.
The    poignant occasion was brought to a close with the motivational words of secretary sir, where he blessed the students for their bright future.  Last but not the least Ms. Sheetal Patel was chosen Ms. Soldierite 2014-15 and Mst Tarun Joshi as Mst. Soldierite 2014-15. They were honored by presenting sash by our Secretary Sir and Principal Ma’am.
At last vote of thanks was given by Ayush of class XI.
And before parting the Outgoing students expressed their gesture of gratitude   in utmost humility by presenting a small token of love for the school.


Thank you.

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATED

 “Freedom in mind
Faith in words
Pride in our hearts
Memories in souls,
Let’s salute the nation
On this Republic Day “

 26 January 1950, a Golden date in Indian history, when the constitution of India came into force.The calumniation day of Himalayan efforts of all the freedom fighters.This has been a tradition of celebrating this day every year in our country, so 66th Republic Day was celebrated  with  utmost fervor and enthusiasm in the school .The program initiated by welcome of the invited guests.  Former counselor, Mr. Devendra Singhji as Chief guest and Sardar Satwant  Singhji, Senior Vice President Rajasthan Sikh Samaj & Vice President Gurudwara Raja Park  as Guest of Honour illuminated  the seats of guests along with Respected Secretary Sir Sardar Gurmeet Singhji . After that, the symbol of integrity of India, tricolor was hoisted by Honorable chief guest followed by national anthem. Getting India free from British Government was not easy, it was attained through united efforts of millions of freedom fighters, to display the same unity of mind and action, a group of students presented a mass drill. Hindi and English speeches were delivered by Rishabh and Sukanya respectively. The  Indispensable  part of any celebration  is dance ,so two dances  were presented by  girls and boys respectively  on patriotic fusion  songs ,displaying  rich culture of India. Filling the whole environment with patriotism, a patriotic song was sung by choir group. Later   respected   chief guest encouraged the assembly with his motivational words. The program ended with Vote of Thanks by Honorable Principal . 

Saturday, 24 January 2015

BASANT PANCHAMI

Basant Panchami marks the beginning of spring season. This festival is celebrated by worshipping goddess Saraswati and seeking blessings from her to endow humans with power of speech, wisdom and consciousness.



Thus, to mark Basant Panchami a brief celebration was done during was done during school assembly. Assembly started by seeking blessings from goddess Saraswati. Thereafter a brief speech was given by student on the importance of Basant panchami. Then, Principal Ma’am along with teachers worshipped goddess Saraswati & offered flowers & sweets. At last, students came one by one to take blessings of goddess Saraswati.

Thursday, 1 January 2015

Solemn Journey


Spirituality is one of the important aspects of the human life. Spiritual development contributes over all development of a person, various spiritual encounters assist human beings to contemplate over the significance of God and mentors on one’s life.


The staff members of Saint Soldier Public School, Pratap Nagar were fortunate to be part of Nagar Kirtan on December 25, 2014 under the guidance of honourable Secretary Sir and Respected Principal Ma’am Ms Gayatri Kulsreshtha. The Nagar Kirtan was organized by Gurudwara Shri Guru Singh Sabha Raja Park. On occasion of birth anniversary of 10th Guru of Sikh community, Guru Gobind Singh ji. Nagar Kirtan started from Gurudwara Kalgidhar Shastra Sthan, Sethi colony and finished at Guru Gobind Singh Park, Situated at Gurunanak pura. The whole environment seemed filled with colours of spirituality and provided chance to beg blessings of Guru Gobind Singh ji.

Thus the staff members came back after being part of solemn journey.

School tournament @ SSPS !!!

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