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DAV launches 'Project Boond'

delhi Updated: Jan 21, 2013 00:12 IST

To sensitise the society on water conservation, the Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Sabha has declared to observe the year 2013 as the 'international year of water cooperation'.

It aims at uniting people to conserve water with 'Project Boond'. As a part of this project, different competitions and activities will be organised in DAV schools. Project Boond was launched nationwide by Punam Suriji, president, Arya Pradeshik Pratinidhi Sabha at the head office, DAV College Managing Committee, New Delhi. A street play was performed and human chains were formed to sensitise the public towards water crisis.

Gyan Bharti School, Saket organised their annual function recently. The former pro vice-chancellor of Indira Gandhi National Open University Prof MM Pant, was the chief guest. Principal Neelam Sharma presented the annual report. To inculcate the right values, a play on raja Harish Chandra was performed by the students to lay emphasis on honesty and integrity. The director RC Shekhar stressed the need of holistic development and value education. The vote of thanks was rendered followed by the National Anthem.

Ahlcon International School, Mayur Vihar, organised their annual event 'Jharokha' recently. The chief guest for the occasion was Dr. Aditya Arya, special commissioner, Delhi Police. School president Bikramjeet Ahluwalia and chairperson Dr.Rohini Ahluwalia graced the occasion. Principal Ashok Kumar Pandey welcomed the gathering. The programme commenced with a welcome dance 'Ahvaan' followed by yoga session. The chief guest appreciated the efforts of the students and motivated them to lead a healthy life.

Venkateshwar International School, Dwarka celebrated its annual event 'Rang Tarang 'on the theme 'Incredible India' - depicting the diverse culture of India. Dances of different states were performed on stage which touched the hearts of one and all. Different stalls were put up depicting the tourist destinations, costumes, cuisine and handicrafts of each state. School chairman Rajpal Solanki and Mrinalini Kaura, director (academics), appreciated the efforts of students.