Students show patriotic fervor and flair for art: The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Jalandhar, January 25

Schools and colleges across the city celebrated Republic Day in virtual mode on Tuesday. The institutions kept the students engaged in various activities such as creating posters, face painting, and writing slogans to instill a patriotic spirit in them.

KMV Sanskrit School

Students participated virtually in activities such as creating posters, reciting poems and creating collages. The students got creative. Principal Rachna Monga spoke to the students about the importance of the Constitution.

Innocent Hearts School Group

Students from the five schools of the Innocent Hearts group organized celebrations under the theme “Mera Bharat, Meri Shaan”. Children recited patriotic poems. Dressed in tricolor outfits, they posted their photos on the group’s official Facebook page. The NSS unit paid tribute to the martyrs. Nandini placed first in the Patriotic Song Contest. Sakshi Thakur won first prize in the patriotic dance competition.

PCM SD Women’s College

The Republic Day ceremony began with the hoisting of the national flag by Principal Pooja Prashar. This was followed by the performance of the national anthem. The NCC wing also participated in the event.

State public school

The school has organized different activities for students online. Students from kindergarten to class IV produced works of art dedicated to the nation. Class V students sang patriotic songs. Principal Savina Bahl and President Narotam Singh appreciated the efforts of the students.

Hukam Chand SD Public School

Various activities were organized to honor the freedom fighters. The students made wall hangings. Upper cycle students participated in online improvisations. Principal Priyanka Sharma motivated the students to keep the environment clean.

Cambridge International School

The school held an online assembly. The students performed patriotic songs and dance performances illustrating the lives of soldiers and the importance of the national flag. Toddlers lifted the slogan ‘Jai Hind’ and drew the National Bird peacock. Principal Jorawar Singh urged the students to serve the nation.

Delhi Public School

The special assembly started with the NCC song. Students are committed to becoming responsible citizens. The cultural program included speeches, patriotic songs and dance performances. The students also performed “Surya Namaskar”. The school decided to engage in the Ministry of Education’s 750 million “Surya Namaskars” project under the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. Vice President Thakur Arun Singh and Director Ritu Kaul congratulated everyone on this occasion. The program ended with a special address by CAO Colonel AK Maini.

Shiv Jyoti Public School

Various activities were organized to make students aware of the country’s heritage. An inter-house English declamation competition was organized for classes III to V. A total of 48 participants took part in the competition. Class III’s Saanvi Dogra and Mayank won the first position, while Aradhya Narang and Aaryan placed second. Hazel Sharma and Shivansh Sharma finished third. In Class IV, Paavni secured first position, Simarpreet Kaur and Gurjit Singh shared second place, and Vani Kalia was third. In Class V, Hitakshi Sharma, Prabhseerat and Dikshita were the top three winners.

DIPS school

The chain of schools organizes poster, costume and dance competitions. Principals and teachers raised the national flag. Students made posters and presented Kathak, Giddha and Bhangra. DIPS Chain of Institutions MD Tarwinder Singh, CAO Ramneek Singh and CEO Monica Mandotra congratulated the principals, teachers and students on the occasion and urged them to work for the peace and prosperity of the nation.

Kanya Maha Vidyalaya

The Sweep Club, Electoral Literacy Club, Red Ribbon Club, NSS Wing, and Department of Political Science organized activities such as poster making, slogan writing, and essay writing. A poster creation activity was also organized by the Graduate Department of Fine Arts. The students presented their views on social construction, gender equality, national unity, the development of science and technology, and the importance of voting. Principal Atima Sharma Dwivedi said that the fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution must be guaranteed to all citizens.

IVY Global School

The virtual celebration included speeches on the history and significance of Republic Day and constitutional rights and duties. A dance performance and a Hindi poem dedicated to the nation highlighted the poignant aspects and nuances of the Constitution. The students sang patriotic songs instilling pride, love and respect for the country. Drawings, paintings and dance performances depict the country’s heritage. Principal S Chauhan briefed the children on the features of the Constitution.

Nice professional university

Ashish Kumar, a BTech (Computer Science) student at Lovely Professional University (LPU), was declared among the top three “All-India Best NCC Cadets”. Presently, he is a Non-commissioned Officer (UO) of the NCC Army Wing and will be awarded a Bronze Medal in the 73rd Republic Day Parade to be held in New Delhi. To earn this award, Ashish completed 100 days of training at the NCC National Camps. Other NCC and NSS students from Lovely Professional University (LPU) will also participate in the Republic Day celebrations in New Delhi. Deeksha Gaur from BBA-MBA (embedded), Omkar Nath from MBA and Saumya Singh from BTech (mechanical engineering) will also participate in the parade. The Ministry of Youth and Sports selected LPU students from thousands of volunteers who participated in five areas of India.

Apeejay College of Fine Arts

Various online activities such as poster making, rangoli making, block painting and face painting took place. Students from all college departments participated in activities around the Tricolor theme. Principal Neerja Dhingra, it was important to involve the students in such events to help them understand the significance of the important days. She appreciated the efforts of the students during the celebration.

Dora W. Clawson