KC Gurukul Public School, KC Playway celebrate Annual Day
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: KC Gurukul Public School celebrated its annual day and prize distribution function amongst lots of gaiety and fun on Sunday at General Zorawar Singh Auditorium, University of Jammu.
Managing Director, J and K Police Housing Corporation, Dilbag Singh graced the occasion as the Chief Guest and was given a cordial welcome by the school management, staff and the students of the school.
Amongst the distinguished Guests of Honour were Soujanya Sharma, Director Information, J and K Govt and Kiran Wattal, Commissioner Municipal Corporation Jammu.
The Chief Guest inaugurated the function by lighting the traditional lamp. The function proceeded with the invocation of Lord Ganesha an obeisance to lord of knowledge and wisdom.
Academic Director of the School, Vijay Puri welcomed the gathering and in her welcome speech she said that KC Gurukul Schools are committed for quality added value education and management strives to make its students the proud citizens of this great nation.
The annual report of the Paloura School was read by the Senior Coordinator Neera Dogra whereas Anju Razdan Officiating Head Mistress read the annual report of KC Playway BC Road to elucidate the achievements and update the parents and gathering about the academic excellence attained by the students as well as in sports and co curricular front.
The cultural bonanza titled ‘Sanskriti’ kept the audience spell bound. Tiny tots presentation through the patriotic feats like Yeh Desh Hai Veer Jawano Ka, Bande Hain Hum Uske and Jeena Yahan Marna Yahan was not only mesmerising but also full of zeal and enthusiasm which infused the feeling, temper and spirits of the complete audience with a proud feeling of being the part of Gurukul.
The School Head Boy’s message to the parents was not only naive but also an eye-opener for the parents to know the school further well. English play ‘Dear departed’ enthralled the audience. Assamese made everyone spellbound with the nimble footed movements.
Life is short and we need to live it king size, this was elucidated by students of class 2 through their enchanting feat “Iti Si Hassi…”. India is a great nation and is cultural heritage i.e. Sanskriti and unity in diversity was elucidated through the fusion dance items “It happens only in India” and Punjabi Dance.
Saga of Independence presented by the senior students took the audience to the period of pre-independence era and they further envisaged the future of India in coming 20 years. That’s the India free of corruption, terrorism and malpractices.
Prizes were distributed by the Chief Guest and the Guest of Honour. The Chief Guest highly appreciated the talent of the students and lauded the management, staff and students.
The overall Champion’s Trophy was handed over to the Subash Chander Bose House leaded by Jyoti Kumari and Urmeela Bhan. At the end Arvind Mahajan, the Chairman of the School presented the vote of thanks.