Thursday, 10 September 2015

Teacher's day

Date:4 Sept.15
Recreation fills the human heart with enthusiasm and energy to weak better. It provides the opportunity to forge friendship and better human bond which servers or source of better working environment for any institution.

 On occasion of Teacher’s Day the teacher were taken for a picnic at famous Resort “Kanchan Kesari”. The teachers started at 10:30 am for the resort and reached at 11:15. After reaching there, they refreshment the enjoyed dancing on fast numbers and played many game. Post games and dance they were served with lunch. Post lunch teachers enjoyed watching “magic show”. “Feats of Nut” “camel ride” and “horse ride”. Then the teachers returned back after a fun filled day.

Thursday, 3 September 2015

Teacher's day Celebrated

"A teacher is like the candle  who  burns itself to light the life of others."
Displaying heart felt reverence and love towards the  teachers  "Teachers Day " was celebrated in school premises.

Entire programme was overflowing with sense of gratitude towards teachers' untiring efforts to build students life .The programme initiated with "Guruvandana" ,followed by a dance performance by girls of class  xi- xii.After this boys of class xii class performed on a beatty  dance number which coloured the whole environment with festivity  and ferver.After that Honey Sharma of class VI A expressed her thought on importance of teachers.Post this, cards and flowers were presented to teachers as token of gratitude. The programme reached to it's hights with  dance performance by  students of class X boys. Then honourable Principal ma'am addressed the students and shared role of teachers in students' life .In the end Head girl Mahima Khandelwal gave vote of Thanks .The programme ended in  enthusiastic note. 

Janmashtami Celebrated

Janmashtami, is the birthday of lord Krishna which is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over the country. 

Janmashtami celebrated in Pre Primary section of the school. Two children came in the dress up of Radha and Krishna, other children came in traditional dresses.
Children enjoyed the dance on “Madhuban” song.

Teachers gave information about the festival.