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Vivek Summit school takes part in Games road show

Students of Vivek Summit School, Patel Nagar participated in a road show on the Commonwealth Games.

delhi Updated: Oct 05, 2010 00:47 IST

Students of Vivek Summit School, Patel Nagar participated in a road show on the Commonwealth Games.

A group of 328 children formed a human chain in front of the school, shouting peppy slogans in support of the Games and holding attractive placards as well as a self-designed replica of the CWG mascot Shera made from empty bottles of cold drinks, colours and chart papers. The event, aimed at raising awareness among the commuters about the mega sports event, was conceptualised by Dr V.K. Bhatnagar, the chairperson of Manavsthali organisation.

Mother Teresa Public School, Preet Vihar celebrated the Birth Centenary of Mother Teresa which was graced by the presence of Usha Kumari, DDE as the Chief Guest and Gyaneshwar Sarin, Former Member, State Wildlife Advisory Board as the Guest of Honour.

Principal, Neeta Jethy welcomed the gathering. The highlight of the celebrations was Group Discussion on the topic, ‘Thus spake Mother Teresa: ‘The fruit of faith is love; the fruit of love is service’. The other interschool activities included Masquerade, Painting and Poster Designing Competitions under different categories. An exhibition was also put up by the school on the life of Mother Teresa.

Chairman, Ashok K. Jethy took the initiative and sponsored the Mother Teresa Centenary Lecture by Prof. Abhijit Sen (Member, Planning Commission, India) at IIPA.

The Pinnacle School, Panchsheel Enclave celebrated its 52nd Founders’ Day with the annual ‘Kaleidoscope’ festivities which commenced with the special assembly. It featured a prayer and a jazz dance routine by the School Captain, Apoorva Sood.

Principal, Gail DeMonte declared the Kaleidoscope activities open which included creative performances of dance, drama, music and art. Students participated in activities under various categories like era/icon fashion parade, face painting, rangoli, dance duo, gift wrapping, newspaper bag making etc.

Students of Modern School, Barakhamba Road organised a rally from the school to Jantar Mantar where around 300 students carried placards with slogans and messages for the Games and the participants. The walk culminated at the CWG office at Jai Singh Road where the students released balloons.

Sandeep Dikshit, MP and ex-Modernite flagged off the event.
Principal, Lata Vaidyanathan said, “Our school has always been producing sporting talent for the country. So, we had to do something for the mega event. I am happy and satisfied with our school’s contribution to the historic Games.