Children?s Day celebrated
WORLD WAY International School celebrated Children?s Day on Tuesday. The teachers of the school presented a cultural program on the occasion.india Updated: Nov 15, 2006 18:32 IST
WORLD WAY International School celebrated Children’s Day on Tuesday. The teachers of the school presented a cultural program on the occasion.
The function began with a speech by Gautam Ghosh who asked the children to develop self-discipline and moral values to become good human beings.
Principal of the school Aruna recited a poem. The teachers presented two group dances. A small comedy skit was also presented.
Function in Bairagarh schools
AN EXHIBITION titled ‘Patton ki Zuban’ was organised at Mitthi Govindram Public School to mark Children’s Day on Tuesday. Besides this, various competitions were also organised in the school.
Leaves of various plants were displayed at the exhibition of its kind that was inaugurated by children dressed in Jawaharlal Nehru’s attire. School principal Kala Mohan inaugurated the cultural programme. Competitions such as folk dance, patriotic songs, fancy dress and speech were organised in the school.
Children of Sadhu Vasvani School celebrated the occasion by releasing balloons in air. Sudhar Sabha president Vishnu Gehani was the chief guest. Over 125 children participated in fancy dress competition organised in the school.
Children meet Governor
Schoolchild0ren from Vision School, Shahpura and MP Children Welfare Council visited the Governor House on the occasion of children’s day on Tuesday and met Governor Balram Jakhar. Children presented several cultural programmes on the occasion. Governor Balram Jakhar blessed them and distributed prizes and toffees.
About 25 destitute children under the auspices of the Children’s Welfare Council presented musical programmes. The Governor gave financial assistance to the Council on this occasion.
Jakhar recalling the contribution of late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru during the pre and post independence period of the country said people should strive to fulfill Pandit Nehru’s dream of India.
Council secretary RC Saraf spoke about the council’s activities. Council vice-chairman Somesh Dayal Sharma proposed the vote of thanks. Secretary to Governor Bhupal Singh and principals of the schools were present.
Fancy dress contest held
THE THEODOSIAN Academy (Inayatpur) on the occasion of Children’s Day organised a fancy dress competition at the City on
Tuesday. The students from nursery to class IV were divided into seven groups. Former Inspector General of Police BC Joshi was the chief guest of the program.
Eighty students participated in the event that was judged by Savitha Joshi, Director of Sangeet Sadhana Mandir (Pachmarhi) Fr Stany D’Souza and Superior of Passionist Community Fr Pascal Cutina. The programme was conducted under the guidance of Sr Clerita D’Mello and Sr Manoja.