Delhi Public School, Ghaziabad, celebrated its 30th Annual Day. Principal Rita Kapur welcomed the chief guest Salman Khurshid, union minister of state, corporate affairs, minority affairs. The school's annual report was read by the senior students. Students presented a Cultural Fiesta 'Ananta - A timeless Odyssey' of India visualising its timeless cultural ethos, its impeccable legacy of History and its enviable repertoire of awesome geographical diversity. The celebrations included various song and dance performances. An exhibition displaying the art and craft items prepared by the students was also held.
Mayur Public School, IP Extension, celebrated its annual function, 'Sanskar', highlighting the degraded community that has taken birth due to erosion of moral values in the coming generations. The highlight of the evening was the ballet 'Sanskar' that manifested the importance of long forgotten virtues which used to be essence of a man's life in the days of yore. A play depicting a corrupt social system along with a solution to curb and a musical show, 'Amassing wealth ignoring health', was also presented. Chief guest Sandeep Dikshit gave away the prizes and appreciated the performance of the students in academics as well as in sports. Principal S Rawat gave the vote of thanks.
K R Mangalam World School, Greater Kailash, celebrated its Annual Extravaganza. Principal Jyoti Gupta welcomed the chairman Yash Dev Gupta, who in his speech motivated the students to work hard. Ajay Maken, Hon'ble Minister of State for Home Affairs, graced the occasion as chief guest and Dr. Anup Kumar Srivastava, IRS, Commissioner, Customs, Central Excise and Service Tax was the guest of honour. The highlight of the event was a presentation, 'Charlie and The Chocolate Factory', an adaptation of Roald Dahl's book. This unique production, directed by Madhu Sagar, provided the platform where the students showcased their talent. This was followed by the prize distribution. Suhani Daur, primary in-charge, proposed the vote of thanks.
Hillwoods Academy, Preet Vihar, celebrated its 17th annual function over two days. On day one, the junior school students presented a musical play 'The Volcano' and the dance drama 'Prakriti ki Pathshala'. Chief guest on that day was Padmashree Ranjana Gauhar and JA Choudhary, former health secretary, government of India, graced the occasion. The annual school report was presented by the education in-charge, Naina Ved. Ambassador Sudhir Devare was the chief guest on the second day. The school report was presented by principal Rita Srivastava. Students presented Shakespeare's 'Taming of the Shrew' and a ballet, 'anga'. This was followed by prize distribution.