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Indraprastha International School celebrates Annual Day function

delhi Updated: Mar 21, 2010 22:39 IST

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Indraprastha International School, Paschim Vihar celebrated its Annual Day. Chief Guest, A S Rana, Chairman, Indraprastha Group of Schools along with the Director, Dr. Rajesh Hassija and Mr. Sobti, Advisor, Indraprastha International School gave away the awards to the achievers. This was followed by the presentation of the annual report by the students.

Grandparents of the students also graced the occasion. The highlight of the evening was the musical ballet, ‘Sapno Ka Safar-My Dreamland’.

The rich display of colour, music and light accompanied by budding talent had the audience breaking into loud applause very often.

St. Mark's Girls Senior Secondary School, Meera Bagh held its Annual Day with ‘The Celebration of Childhood'. Students welcomed the Director, Anjali Aggarwal, Principal, Sheena Kalenga and Vice-Principal, Sabina Shergill.

This was followed by a musical preview of Lord Krishna's life and an Arabian dance, pom-pom and 'Rock-Rock-Rock performances.

The highlight was 'Ekta Ki Goonj' which comprised of folk dances of Gujarat, Bengal, Rajasthan, and Punjab. Vice Principal, Ms. Shergill gave the vote of thanks.

Neo Convent Sr. Sec. School, Paschim Vihar celebrated its Annual Day cum Prize Distribution with of a cultural extravaganza, ‘Junoon’. Padamshree Dansuese, Geeta Chandran along with Principal, Dr. Kaushaldeep awarded the students. Principal in her Vote of thanks appreciated the effort of students and teachers in making the event a great success.

Primary Wing of Delhi Public School, Greater Noida celebrated the Annual Function, ‘Timeless Treasures’ where the Chief Guests were Amod Kanth, Chairperson, DCPCR and Satbir Singh Gurjar, MLA, Dadri. Principal, Kamini Bhasin welcomed Ashok Chandra, Chairman, DPSS & DPSGN, Prof B. P. Khandelwal, Vice Chairman, DPSGN and other distinguished guests.

Students enacted stories from the ‘Panchtantra’ with a strong message on the conservation of the environment. The ‘dancing stars’ enthralled the audience as they tapped their little feet to the tune of melodies of the past era. The programme came to an end with a ‘Qawwali’ by the students of ‘Cheshta Shiksha Kendra’, an afternoon school for the under privileged children run by DPS Greater Noida. Abha Kumar proposed the vote of thanks.