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Annual Day at Bal Bharati, Rohini

delhi Updated: May 09, 2011 00:38 IST

Bal Bharati Public School, Rohini celebrated Annual Day and prize distribution. The chief guest on the occasion was justice Hima Kohli from the Delhi high court and the guests of honour were renowned Odissi, Manipuri and Chhau dancer Sharon Lowen and Devendra Raj Ankur, former director of National School of Drama.

The event was attended by KK Khullar, chairman of Child Education Society. The programme was based on the theme 'Festivals and Seasons, A Celebration of Life'.

The first presentation was by the school orchestra titled "Swar Manthan". The musical fusion was based on Raag Shankara and portrayed the unity in diversity of secular nation exemplifying the meaning of Satyam Shivam Sundaram. It was followed by a melodious rendition by senior choir named "Ruhaniyat". Principal Rekha Sharma presented the annual report for the academic session 2010-2011 and shared achievements of the school. After the audio-visual presentation, the prize distribution ceremony was held.

Hillwoods Academy hosted a safe kids festival organised by Safe Kids foundation (India). 'Walk this way' a multifaceted program created by Safe Kids worldwide and FedEx in United States was promoted through the festival to make children aware of pedestrian safety. To generate awareness among children several fun games were also organised and a mobile van with information about road safety rules was a major attraction. AK Walia, Delhi government's minister of health and family welfare, gave away prizes in competitive events.

New Era Public School, Mayapuri, celebrated its 51st Annual Day. Students were felicitated by the director and founder principal Usha Chopra and principal Vandana Chawla, for their achievements in academics, co-curricular activities, sports and creative fields. The students with 100% attendance got special recognition for their regularity in attending school. The students presented a play, 'Dillinama' to commemorate the 100th year of Delhi as a capital. The exhibition on Delhi proved to be a great hit as the visitors walked past India Gate and

Qutub Minar and appreciated the vibrant artwork highlighting Delhi's rich history and heritage.Students from Class 6 to Class 10 echoed the sentiments of the entire New Era community, through the school song 'Hum Hain New Era'.