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JAMMU: Various schools in the city today celebrated Baisakhi with full fervour. The schools organised programmes on their premises to celebrate the festival
Mount Litera Zee School, Anand Nagar, presenting dance.
Mount Litera Zee School, Anand Nagar, Bohri, and its Junior Wing Kidzee celebrated Baisakhi and Birthday of Dr. B.R Ambedkar in the presence of Chairman Parneesh Mahajan, Liaison Officer Harvinder Singh Sihotra, Principal Manikarnika Bhasin, Co-ordinator Radhika Mahajan, staff and students.
Parneesh said that the festival of “Baisakhi” has tremendous religious significance. It is a harvest festival celebrated with great enthusiasm.
He also threw light on the life of Dr. B.R Ambedkar who was the architect of our constitution.
Mount Litera Zee School, Tarore students duringBaisakhi celebration.
Mount Litera Zee School, Tarore also celebrated Baisakhi. A special assembly was conducted by Albert Einstein House under the guidance of the House Head Monika Dubey along with other teachers.
The assembly was attended by the Chairman Dr. A.K Kapoor, the Director Rahul Kapoor and Principal Sundeep Arora. Monika explained about the importance of the festival by showcasing the Punjabi culture. Various dance performances were given by the students of different age groups.
The Chairman and Director of the School encouraged the efforts made by the students and the teachers that brought life to the occasion.
Tiny tots of Kidzee in beautiful attires during celebration.
Kidzee, a pre-school of Zee Learn Ltd celebrated Baisakhi and Birthday of Dr. B.R Ambedkar at its branches- Talab Tillo, Gandhi Nagar ,Trikuta Nagar and Channi Himmat.
A special assembly was conducted in which the toddlers actively participated in dance and song competitions. The facilitators also gave demonstrations regarding these special occasions to the Kids.
Doon International School students performing dance.
Doon International School celebrated Baisakhi. The celebration began with the recital of ‘Shabad Kirtan’ followed by speech explaining the significance of the day. Chairman G.N Tantray, Principal Vikesh Kaur and Vice Principal, Mamta Chopra appreciated the efforts put in by the students and the faculty members.
Baisakhi, the harvest festival of Punjab, was celebrated with fervor and enthusiasm at Delhi Public School, Udhampur.
DPS Udhampur students during Baisakhi celebration.
The day started with a speech delivered by Tanisha Mankotia from XII followed by a poem recitation by Amanpreet from class IX.
Pakhi, Madani, Manji, Chajj were displayed on stage which made the occasion more authentic.
Different traditional food items were displayed to give the environment a complete outlook of our rich culture.
Principal, Kunal Anand asked the students to take a vow that they should remain intact with the rich culture of India under any circumstances.
Stephens International Public School celebrated Baisakhi with zeal and fervour. Students recited Shabads and presented a colourful cultural programme highlighting the importance of the day.
SIPS students posing for a photograph with faculty.
The Principal, Manoj Agnihotri explained how the Tenth Guru of Sikhs Guru Gobind Singh created Khalsa Panth at Shri Anandpur Sahib to fight injustice and to protect the weaker sections from the atrocities of the tyrant rulers.
The Director, Satvinder Saini motivated the students to follow the path of truth and moral values.
The programme was held under the supervision of Headmistress Inderjeet Kour.
RM Public School celebrated Baisakhi, Dr B.R Ambedkar Jayanti and Shab-e-Miraj. A cultural programme and other activities presented by the students.
RM Public School students presenting Giddha.
Chairman, Rameshwar Mengi, Trustee, Rita Mengi and Principal Ravinder Kour along with building incharges, Coordinator as well as teachers were present.
The Coordinators of all classes namely Nadia, Anjana, Neha, Disha Sethi, Gurpreet Kour, Shweta, Arjun Rana gave their best wishes to all the students and also encouraged them.
Shiksha Niketan Senior Secondary School Jeevan Nagar and Gandhi Nagar celebrated Baisakhi. The programme began with presentation by students in the form of speeches and dance on the occasion.
Shiksha Niketan Senior Secondary School students posing with faculty members.
A Rangoli competition was held. In the end class 8th students won the competition defeating class 9th students.
Principal, Rameshwar Mengi motivated the students to rich cultural heritage by imbibing moral values on the whole the celebration was enjoyed by one and all.
Dewan Devi Playway and Higher Secondary School Rajpura celebrated Baisakhi. Various stalls were organised by the students of 12th class.
Tiny tots of Dewan Devi Playway during celebration.
Tiny toddlers enjoyed the jumping on bouncy and many other cultural activities were performed in the school premises.
The Chairman of the School, Subash Chander Suri greeted the students and staff members on this occasion and advised the students to work hard in their life.
Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu celebrated Baisakhi. A special assembly was organised in which the teachers enticed the feeling of sacrifice that the farmers make for their motherland and aware the children about the fact that this day is observed as a thanks giving day by the farming
JSS Jammu students and staff during Baisakhi celebration.
community to God for a wonderful Rabi crop harvest season.
Poster Making Competition was organised wherein students of Classes V-VIII displayed their artistic skills through array of posters.
Principal-cum-Vice-Chairperson of the School, Rohini Aima said that innumerable festivals are celebrated in our country to depict the various ethnicities and magnificent civilisation of the country but Baisaikhi is one of those festivals which not only gives us the reason to celebrate but also to increase the concern of our children towards the farmers and ardent hardwork they put in for the service of the country.
Delhi Public School Kathua also celebrated Baisakhi. A traditional Punjabi folk dance ‘Giddha’ was showcased by the Middle Wing girls.
DPS Kathua Principal, Nirmal Mahna speaking during a function.
Principal, Nirmal Mahna congratulated the students and staff members.
Kidzee Skylark Pre-school Sidhra celebrated Baisakhi with zeal and fervour. A function was organised at the morning assembly to celebrate the festival. Students presented various cultural items on the occasion. The children were addressed with a speech by teacher educating them about
Tiny tots of Kidzee Skylark Sidhra during celebration.
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