STATE TIMES NEWSJAMMU: JK Public School Kunjwani celebrated 71st Republic Day in all its solemnity and grandeur in the school premises. The students took pride in glorifying and celebrating the spirit of unity and pledged to uphold the honour, integrity, diversity and uniqueness of the country.
To mark the importance of this day, a grand celebration was held and a well choreographed programme was presented in the morning assembly. The Director of the School, Shashi Chaudhary hoisted the Tricolour followed by National Anthem.
The senior students brought the stage alive with their passion and love for their motherland as they danced on patriotic songs which enthralled the audience.
The school echoed with patriotic fervour throughout the performances. The performance by the school choir on the song ‘Dil Diya Hai Jaan Bhi Denge’ was mesmerising. A poem by Akshita made the environment emotional. The melodious music and graceful movements of the dancers were spellbinding. The staff wore Tricolour clothes to mark the importance of the day.
The Director, Shashi Chaudhary, greeted the students on this auspicious day. She laid stress that today’s children need to be grateful to the founders who drafted the Indian Constitution. She added that one should not forget the sacrifice of the soldiers who protected the future of the country. Also there is a need to inculcate the values and tradition of the armed forces as they are the real example of true patriotism.
She also urged the students to keep the environment clean, to conserve water, to give equal respect to all religions, cultures, political beliefs, promote harmony and goodwill amongst all sections of society, to keep physical and mental health strong as we can maintain the status of “Fit India School” which has been awarded recently.
The Principal, Vandana Sharma, congratulated the JKPS family on 71st Republic Day. She shared few anecdotes from the life of Dr B.R Ambedkar, who is the Father of Indian Constitution and spent his entire life for the upliftment of the downtrodden. Also, she sang a song “Ae Mere Piyare Vatan” which made the whole atmosphere emotional. The celebration culminated with National Anthem.
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