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Educational institutions celebrate Rakshabandhan
Various educational institutions celebrated the festival of Raksha Bandhan with pomp and show
8/24/2018 9:28:12 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 24: Stephens International Public School, Miran Sahib organized a "Rakhi Making" competition in the school premises. The event brought out the creative best of the young toddlers.
The 'Rakhis" revealed the various dimensions explored by the young minds, ranging from colour selection, theme selection, designing and dimensioning. The school management as well as the administration commended all the students for their impressive artifacts. Director of the school, Satvinder Saini, Principal, Manoj Kumar Agnihotri and Head Mistress, Inderjeet Kaur gave away the prizes to the top three contestants. The school plans to send away these Rakhis to the army personnel posted at the Octroi post of the Suchetgarh Border, R S Pura.
Celebrating the spirit of patriotism on Raksha Bandhan, the students of MV International School tied the sacred thread to BSF personnel and also distributed sweets.
This endeavour is a symbol of universal brotherhood and fosters the spirit of unity. Over 30 girls from class V to VIII from MV International School expressed their gratitude towards soldiers for their dedication. The BSF camp was brimming with emotions as the students tied rakhis. The girls expressed their feelings by saying that they felt blessed to tie rakhis on the wrists of BSF personnel as they protected and keep them safe round the year.
School Choir presented melodious songs on the occasion. Indu Kapoor Administrator of the school presented vote of thanks. Lady Sub Inspector Stanzin thanked Director Gourav Abrol and the Principal for taking this initiative.
Rakshabandhan a festival which marks the communion of brothers and sisters, it is celebrated at Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu by tying a thread of love and respect on the wrist of brothers as they always believed in associating the festivals with a message that is for the welfare of the society.
The celebrations ended with a message conveyed by Principal cum Vice-Chairperson of our school Rohini Aima who with her benign presence motivated the entire school. She stated that no doubts we must enjoy the festivals but at the same time we need to understand the hidden meaning that these festivals portray.
Shubh Memorial International School Akhnoor celebrates Raksha Bandhan .The festival celebrates the love between brothers and sisters . On raksha bandhan sister ties a rakhi on her brother's wrist with a prayer for his prosperity and happiness.This symbolizes the sister's love.
Students of Kartar Public School, Barnoti celebrated Rakhi festival with pomp and show. A rakhi making competition was held and the students of the pre-primary wing participated with enthusiasm.
The tiny tots made wonderful rakhis and decorated the rooms and the exhibition hall. They displayed the rakhis made by them. They also displayed the thalis decorated by them. The girl students of the tiny tots' wing tied rakhis to the boys on this occasion.
The Chairman of the school, Er Nirmaljit Singh and the Secretary-cum-Principal, Harpreet Kaur greeted the students and appreciated their skills and talent. He said that at KPS, promoting age-old values and morals is a tradition. The Principal said that India can survive only if we conserve the syncretic and secular tradition.
On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, the students of Institute of Management Sciences (IMS) celebrated Raksha Bandhan on 24th of August, 2018. The event commenced with the address of Dr. Rekha Gupta, Director, IMS to the officers, jawans & students and showered the blessing on this joyous occasion. The event was inaugurated and authorized by IG, BSF, Camp Paloura. The students were greeted by Sh. Pradeep Katyal, DIG, SHC, Indreshwar Nagar, Sh. Anil Sharma, Commandant (ADM) and Sh. P.K. Dubey, Commandant, 176 BN.
Rakshabandhan, a festival which celebrates the bond of siblings was celebrated in a unique manner by the students of DPS. The students of Delhi Public School, Udhampur tied rakhi on the wrists of jawans of 187 Bn, CRPF.
The Pro-vice Chairman of the School Dr.J.C Gupta appreciated the gesture of the students of DPS Udhampur for such a heart whelming performance. He stated his students have always made him proud with their scintillating performances.
Tiny scholar school Kathua celebrated Raksha Bandhan festival with religious fervour and gaiety on friday .On the occasion, students presented colouful programme in school campus , A special assembly was organized by wherein students expressed their views by highlighting the importance of the day. Girl students tie rakhis to their classmates and boys took pledge to protect their sisters and respect all women. In the end, Principal of Tiny Scholar School Kathua Manisha Gupta said such activities helps a lot to enhance the creative and innovative thinking among the students and helps to strengthen the bond between brothers and sisters.
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