STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: The Birth Anniversary of first Prime Minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru was celebrated as Children’s Day in the educational institutions with fervour. The District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) Leh celebrated Children’s Day at DIET Skill Training Center Leh and at Bhartia Vidya Niketan School, Choglamsar. At DIET skill training centre the Children’s Day was celebrated under the chairmanship of R.S Jasrotia Chairman of District Legal Service Authority Leh. He addressed the students about the importance of Children’s Day celebration. Secretary District Legal Services Authority Leh, Spalzes Angmo, Tashi Dorjay In-charge Principal Diet Leh, PLVs Rigzin Chorol and Tsering Diskit, skill training trainers and 50 students of training institute were also present on the occasion. At BVN School Secretary DLSA Leh, Spalzes Angmo presided over the function and explained the students about the importance of Children’s Day celebration and also motivated students to work hard and respect elders. Managing Committee Member, Incharge Head Master, teachers and around 130 students besides PLVs Diskit and Rigzin also attended the function.
May Fair Schools, Jammu organized a special assembly to celebrate Children’s Day. Students recited poems and speeches paying a rich tribute to Chacha Nehru. Many of them came clad in Nehru’s outfits. The gamut of fun-filled activities consisted of a movie-show, dance and songs. Special games were also organised for the students. A magician entertained the students by showing them exciting magical tricks. Their teachers too made their day special by telling them about the importance of the day and organising various art and craft activities for them. Later the food stalls were arranged by the teachers for the students. Winners of different activities were awarded with medals and certificates.
The birthday of Nehru was celebrated today as Children’s Day, in the premises of Dewan Devi Higher Secondary/Play Way School, Rajpura with great enthusiasm. The students presented melodious patriotic songs and different cultural programmes. Principal advised the students to work hard in their life as they are the future of India. World Diabetes Day was also celebrated in the school premises. Students of Secondary wing made beautiful paintings. The theme of the paintings was ‘Awareness against Diabetes’.
Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu celebrated Children’s Day. The event took place in the presence of Rohini Aima (Principal-cum-Vice Chairperson), Avneet Kaur (Senior Wing Co-ordinator), Prabhjot Kaur (Middle-Wing Co-ordinator), Varuna Mangotra (Primary Wing Co-ordinator) and Nidhi Kohli (Pre-Primary Co-ordinator). The special assembly was commenced with the prayer, thought and pledge followed by melodies by teachers of different departments. It ended with conveying a message to our lovable children that they are the soul for teachers without which teachers are incomplete. Rohini Aima, Principal-cum-Vice Chairperson of the School asserted that just as on Teachers’ Day our children leave no stone unturned to emphasise the importance of teachers, in the same way every year we ensure to make our children feel special and eminent part of our school fraternity.
A painting competition on the theme Children’s Day and Chacha Nehru, making of clay modelling, projects and models were some activities organised to mark the Children’s Day celebration at Kotwal National Institute of Teaching, Bharat Nagar, Talab Tillo. Over 200 students from Classes 9 and 10 took part in these activities. In the painting competition first place was shared by Neha and Shivam, second by Divya and Priya whereas Megha Baboria and Janvi Malhotra bagged the third place. In project and model making Shuruti, Arpita and Riya secured first place, Jasleen and Mehak second and Anish and Vishwas 3rd. Clay modelling competition was won by Kartik, Vivek and Mayur’s team. The winners were given Certificates of Merit. Raghav Rajesh a student of XI class had won third prize in the painting competition jointly organised by Janta Diabetes Care Center and Jammu and Kashmi Fine Arts Society (JKFAS) yesterday was also felicitated. Director of Kotwal National Institute of Teaching, Prof J L Kotwal and Principal, Bimla Balloria felicitated the students. Anu judged the work of the participants.
The Birth Anniversary of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru fondly celebrated as Children’s Day was commemorated with enthusiasm in Stephens International Public School (SIPS), Miran Sahib, Jammu. A special morning assembly was organised in the school premises wherein the teaching faculty of the school took charge of the programme to make the day unforgettable for the students. The festive event was presided over by the Director Satvinder Saini and Principal Ram Prakash Sharma. The programme commenced with the teachers reciting the prayer. Tributes were paid to Pt. Nehru through poem and speech. The teachers showcased their singing talent by presenting a medley. The Chairman Dr. Kamal Saini and Director Satvinder Saini extended their congratulations to the students on Children’s Day. Principal encouraged the students to work diligently and enjoy their childhood a transient phase to optimum. He also reminded them to be exemplary in their conduct and contribute in building a strong nation.
Doon International School celebrated Children’s Day with much enthusiasm in the school. A special assembly was conducted by the teachers acting as students. They presented Thought for the Day, news and general knowledge questions. A special medley of songs was also presented by them. Children enjoyed dance and Tug of War with their teachers. Adding thrill and adventure to the occasion, an adventure camp was also organised where students enjoyed various games and fun rides and dance with their teachers. Later cricket and kabaddi matches were played between teachers and senior students. The celebration ended with cake cutting and distribution of refreshment among the students. Principal, Dr Vikesh Kaur asked the students to work hard, be truthful and become a responsible citizen aspiring to make India the world leader and the most socially and economically developed nation.
Pushp Vatika celebrated Children’s Day with lots of exuberance and zest. The programme started with floral tributes to Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru followed by lighting of ceremonial lamp by the Chief Guest, Vinay Sharma, SP South. There were various stalls of delicious food items and fun filled games. Colourful programmes were presented by teachers to make the morning memorable. Rameshwar Mengi (Principal) and Rakshan Mengi (Director) threw light on the life and achievement of Jawaharlal Nehru and advised the students to follow his teaching. The programme was held under the supervision of Incharge, Sushma Sharma, Coordinators and Teachers. The vote of thanks was presented by the Co-Incharge, Ayushi.
Children’s Day was celebrated in Government Mixed Higher Secondary School, Jagti. The celebration was sponsored by Helpline Humanity NGO. On this occasion a symposium was held in which the students from different classes of the school participated. Satish Pandita, Principal welcomed the Chief Guest and shared with the children the essence and important of the youth. Principal announced the names of the top three performers. Prerna Pandita, Supriya Kar and Gungun Bhat bagged the top three positions in the Debate Competition. All the three toppers were felicitated with the award of trophies by Vijay Mohan Koul of Saijaya Trust, Gurugram and Satish Pandita. B.L Jalali, Director, Helpline Humanity informed the children about free Library facility extended by the Helpline Humanity for the children and others too. V M Koul, Founder Saijaya Trust, Dr. Jagat Mohini Koul, former Director Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi and Dr. Phoola Kaul, former Principal, Govt Medical College, Srinagar spoke on the occasion. Ramesh Padroo, Lecturer anchored the programme and M.K Bhat, President presented the vote of thanks. Ajatshatru Singh-Chairman, Ritu Singh-Trustee, Adishree Singh-Trustee, Ranvijay Singh-Trustee and S.S Sodhi-Director, DPS Nagbani conveyed their best wishes to all the children on this auspicious day and prayed for healthy and long life.
ASN Higher Secondary School, Channi Himmat, celebrated Children’s Day to commemorate the birth anniversary of first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru. Ritesh Kapoor, Administrator of the School was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Various cultural items were presented by the students while certain teachers also spoke on Children’s Day and presented songs for the children. The school presented gifts to all the participants and refreshment to every child on the day. Ritesh Kapoor said students are the future generation and their upbringing should be done nicely to have better tomorrow. He added that Children’s Day promotes awareness regarding the rights, care and education of children.
The staff members of Delhi Public School (DPS) Nagbani celebrated the Children’s Day. All the teachers presented the assembly in which they recited poems, gave speeches and sang songs. After the assembly a short programme consisting of cultural items was also presented in which students very efficiently took part. The highlight of the programme was the skit that was staged by the teachers. The Principal, R.K Verma applauded the efforts of the teachers and the students and said that we should also not forget to focus to identify the education, recreation, health, and social needs of children to save their future.
Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, a Maharatna PSU, Northern Region Transmission System-II celebrated the Children’s Day at Regional Headquarters Jammu by organising a grand programme in the premises of its Residential Complex. The gala event was inaugurated by Rakesh Kumar, Executive Director NRTS-II followed by cake cutting ceremony accompanied by Amarjit, CGM (Projects) and President PEWA, R.V.S Kushwaha, CGM (Asset Management), S.K Verma, Head of Personnel, President, Srishti Mahila Samiti and other senior officials, employees and their families. Various recreational activities were also organised for the children of the employees like joy rides, ring and shooting stalls, Mickey Mouse bouncy, popcorn and candy floss stalls. Children also enjoyed interaction with their favourite cartoon characters. The Executive Director NRTS- II highly appreciated the endeavours of Power Grid Employee’s Welfare Association and Srishti Mahila Samiti, RHQ Jammu, the joint organisers of the event. The programme provided an opportunity for the kids to enjoy their childhood freely as also the grown-ups to relive and reminisce their childhood memories.
Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua celebrated Children’s Day. This was a day of fun and frolic when our students saw their own mentors on the stage, who conducted the school assembly from singing the prayer to speaking the thought, poems, speechs, songs and new word for the day. Various games were organised for the children for their fun and enjoyment. The day concluded with the cake ceremony cutting followed with refreshment to mark the celebration of this special day and to make them feel important and loved.
The birth anniversary of first Prime Minister of India, Jawahar lal Nehru was celebrated as Children’s day in the Paramount Convent School, Rehari. School Principal Ishal Jamwal celebrated the day by spending considerable time with the students. She offered floral tribute to Pandit Nehru. The students later showed their skills in a cultural programme. Addressing students, she said that one should never forget his/her past after completing studies and everyone should do something for the society. The activities kept the students entertained. The fete included exciting games. Teachers of the school also entertained the students by performing songs and dance. Principal wished the students a happy Children’s Day and motivated to follow the footsteps of Pandit Nehru. She also expressed her desire to see children not losing their innocence and that it was important for children to spend time with nature.
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