The students and teachers of St Xavier's Senior Secondary School celebrated the 67th Independence Day with patriotic songs on the theme of Independence.
On the occasion of the 67th Independence Day, students of St Joseph's Senior Secondary School showcased their creativity and designing skills by making tricoloured badges and sunshade caps.
DAV, Sector 15
A cultural programme was organised in the school on Wednesday to celebrate Independence Day. To mark the celebrations, an assemblage of events took place ranging from patriotic songs to dances. Skits were presented by the students of different classes to commemorate the freedom struggle.
The British School
The British School presented a mélange of patriotic activities, which created an atmosphere of national pride on the premises of the school's campus on Wednesday. Students were dressed as Bhagat Singh, Subhash Chandra Bose, Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi, Rani Lakshmi Bai.
On the eve of Independence Day the premises of Shishu Niketan Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 22, was full of patriotic spirit and activity. Students took pledges, sang patriotic songs and conducted speeches.
On the eve of Independence Day, the premises of KBDAV-7, was filled with patriotism and love for the country. Colourful presentation of cultural items by nearly 1,500 school students touched the souls of the audience. The highlight of the programme was "A Tribute to the departed souls who lost their lives in the Uttarakhand disaster".
DAV Model School, Sector 15
Students of diploma in early childhood education and DAV Model School, Sector15, Chandigarh celebrated Independence Day with great fervour and enthusiasm. To raise awareness about freedom fighters of India, the teacher trainees dressed up as Bhagat Singh, Rajguru, Sukhdev, Gandhiji, Pandit Nehru and depicted their contribution to the freedom struggle through a small skit.
DAV Public School, Sector 39
Kindergarten kids of DAV Public School, Sector 39 were caught up in the spirit of patriotism and celebrated Independence Day with great fervour. Children were not only dressed up in saffron, white and green clothes but they also brought tricoloured food items.