DPS Jammu students posing with faculty members.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Educational institutions on Friday celebrated Eid-ul-Azha with enthusiasm.
Delhi Public School (DPS) celebrated Eid-ul-Azha with fervour in the school here today. The school organised a special assembly wherein school prayer followed by Naat presented by students.
The students also recited a Sufi Qawali in praise and appreciation of God, written and composed by senior music faculty, Jai Paul Gill.
Principal DPS Jammu, Ruchi Chabra wished that each and every aspect of our life strengthens and we are inspired to walk on right path in our life. Later, she also felicitated the winners of the Inter-State School Table-Tennis Championship 2017 with trophies, medals and certificates.
Headmistress, Meenu Gupta also congratulated the students and their families on this auspicious occasion and stressed on the need to lead a life based on the principles of ‘Unity in Diversity’.
The assembly was anchored by Devansh Bhalla of IX -B and Nishtha Malhotra of XI-H while the vote of thanks was presented by the House Warden, Ganga House, Sonu Sharma.
President RCT, Ajatshatru Singh, Pro Vice Chairperson, Ritu Singh and Director, S.S Sodhi also wished a happy Eid-Ul-Azha to students, parents, staff and their families.
Shiksha Niketan celebrated Eid with fervour and gaiety. The celebrations began with Natt (holy prayer of Muslims) performed by the students. After the enactment children presented Sufi dance to thank the Almighty for blessing them spiritual knowledge of Islam. Principal, Rameshwar Mengi distributed gifts among the participants and gave blessings to the teachers and students.
Tiny tots of SIPS presenting cultural item.
Stephens International Public School (SIPS) celebrated Eid during a special assembly with great fervour. The assembly was successful in conveying the message of Eid and was much appreciated by Satvinder Saini, Director SIPS, Manoj Kumar Agnihotri Principal, Vikesh Sandhal Vice Principal and all the staff members and students as well.
Rich Harvest School students during Eid celebration.
Rich Harvest School, Bari Brahmana celebrated Eid with fervour. Principal, Anita Bhatia felicitated the students and impressed upon the students to sacrifice their negative qualities and live with each other in peace and harmony. Ruchi Charak, the Trustee of the School emphasised the role of the school in furthering the spirit of peace and brotherhood in our society.
Students of JP World School reciting a song.
JP World School celebrated Eid with enthusiasm. The programme began with an outstanding performance by class l students on a song ‘Chand Nazer A Gya’. Saba of class 8 explained the students about the significance of celebrating Eid. A skit was also presented by the senior students. Principal J.S Hundal praised the students and teachers for presentation of such an excellent programme. He explained the true meaning of the festival and wished everyone a happy Eid.
JSS Kathua students during Eid celebration.
Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua celebrated Eid with enthusiasm. Many activities were conducted related to it. The children are encouraged to participate in the celebration to learn and understand the different cultures and respect them.
School also started Hindi Pakhwara and Swatchata Pakhwara. Students presented their views and papers highlighting the importance of Hindi as a national language. Teachers also expressed their views on value of Hindi.
Principal, Shuchita Gupta highlighted that Hindi is the official language of our nation and the script of this language is easy and simple. She also encouraged students and staff to keep our surroundings clean. “We also took the pledge that we should make our surroundings clean and green. Cleanliness doesn’t mean to wear clean clothes it means to keep our mind and heart clean in order to build healthy relationships,” she said.
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