Convent of Jesus and Mary, Bangla Sahib Marg, hosted 'Euphorianite'—a celebrity evening for an audience of over 7,000 people. The well-known group Euphoria, led by Dr Palash Sen, performed at the event. The CJM-Parent Teacher Association (PTA) took this show from conception to execution and the combined effort of the PTA team, along with the teachers, staff and the OSA, made it a reality. Principal Sister Janet lent her whole-hearted support and valuable ideas to make this a fun-filled evening for all those present. "To achieve the end objectives of successful overall growth and character development of the students, we want to enhance the infrastructure and facilities of our school. The latest venture, thus, is to undertake the construction of a new building in the school premises which will contain audio-visual aids rooms, a hall for junior school assembly, a larger library and laboratories with better facilities and activity rooms," said Sister Janet. Towards the end, Euphoria performed to help the school achieve its objectives. The sponsors for the event were Rich Value Spices, Indian Overseas Bank, HT PACE, Aerens and Videocon. Members of the PTA also put up a food court.
Delhi Public School, Greater Noida, organised three annual functions which were graced by the presence of Ashok Chandra, Chairman, DPS Society. The presentation by classes 1 and 2 'Khwabon Ke Rang' was held, the highlights of which were two dance dramas 'Manohar Dharohar' and 'Krishna Ka Balpan'. The annual production by classes nursery and prep. included a dance drama 'Alice Lost Her Way Again'. Classes 3 to 7 presented 'Our Rainbow-Desh Ke Naam Dil Se', a kaleidoscope of the myriad colours and cultures of the country. Addressing the parents, Principal Renu Chaturvedi stressed upon the school's learner-centric approach which aims at the all-round development of the students.
Mount Abu Public School, Rohini, held a special ceremony to honour Peter Marshall, Managing Director, English Language Teaching Division and Kate Harris, Managing Director of Education and Children Division Oxford University, both of who visited their school. Principal Jyoti Arora welcomed them. They shared their views about English language teaching skills and provided valuable tips for enhancing language efficiency. A short cultural programme was also presented. An interaction session was held where students posed many questions regarding the recent trends of classroom teaching.