Khaitan Public School, Noida, felicitated the middle and the senior wing scholars at a ceremony held in the school premises. The function started with the traditional lighting of the lamp.
Chief guest Uma Tuli, founder director, Amar Jyoti Research and Rehabilitation centre presented scholar badges and blazers to the middle wing scholars. Prof Suchitra Gupta, associate professor, dept of history, Hindu College saluted school teachers for sowing the seeds of education. Principal SL Gupta welcomed the guests and parents. D Kaur, senior coordinator proposed the vote of thanks.
Tagore International School, East of Kailash, participated in the Shanghai International Children’s Cultural and Art Festival held in China. The festival is an exchange programme to display national art and culture. This year, the students of Tagore International School got an opportunity to perform and portray India’s diverse culture. Sixteen students from classes VII-XI along with their teachers, Reeta Mathews and Kavita Bhatia, went to China. The students presented India’s rich cultural heritage in the opening ceremony dressed in the typical Indian attire. They also performed at the China Welfare Institute Children’s Palace. Apart from their performances, the students were also able to get an insight into the Chinese tradition and culture. The students participated in the Youth Forum where they discussed how to lead a low carbon life. The students also went to the China Pavilion and Science and Technology Museum. The festival was a memorable and mind expanding experience for the participating teams from across the world, to interact with each other and display their cultures and traditions through dance and music.
Delhi Public School, Ghaziabad, organised an annual literary festival recently in which numerous schools from Delhi and NCR participated. Various competitions such as the 21st IPS Debate, Enactment Competition, Radio Show and Language Quiz were organised. Principal Jyoti Gupta welcomed the dignitaries and the participating teams. “Each one has talent and is a perfectionist in his/her own right and such competitions provide the perfect platform to them to showcase their talent,” she said. Executive director Rita Kapur graced the occasion and highlighted the need of a healthy competitive spirit to achieve success.
Army Public School, Delhi Cantt, lifted The Army Public Schools Festival trophy, an annual feature of APS , Dhaula Kuan was held recently. Nineteen schools from all over Delhi participated in various events held on the occasion. The multi talented team of students of the school participated in all the events. They won first prize in rangoli and glass painting competition.