|Early Times Report
JAMMU, Feb 11: GHS Sohanjana observed a day-long Constitutional Awareness Programme under the esteemed guidance of Headmaster Ganesh Khajuria, in alignment with the directives of the PM Shri initiative for schools.
The event welcomed esteemed guests, with CEO Jammu, Jagdeep Kumar Padha, gracing the occasion as the chief guest, accompanied by DEPO Jammu, Tarlochan Singh Billowria. Special guests included Ex-Sarpanch Balbir Singh Manhas and Numberdar, alongside members of the local community.
Commencing with the recitation of Ganesh Vandana and the ceremonial lighting of the lamp, the programme commenced on an auspicious note. Manmohan Kour, a respected Master of the school, delivered a warm welcome address and presented a comprehensive report card of the PM Shri School.
The students showcased various cultural performances, including a thought-provoking Nukkad Natak highlighting the fundamental rights and duties enshrined in the Indian Constitution, performed by middle-class students. Additionally, girls from higher classes mesmerized the audience with a traditional folk dance, JAGGO, adorned in vibrant attire.
Special guest, Sanjeev Singh Jamwal, Advocate at Jammu High Court, delivered an enlightening lecture on the rights and duties of Indian citizens, elaborating on the functioning of the three branches of government: Legislature, Judiciary, and Executive.
During his address, Headmaster Ganesh Khajuria articulated certain demands for the school's enhancement, advocating for the students' welfare.
CEO Jammu, Jagdeep Kumar Padha, lauded the proactive efforts of Headmaster Ganesh Khajuria in organizing the Constitutional Day celebration, emphasizing its role in instilling civic values among students. He urged educators and the wider community to nurture moral values among the youth, acknowledging the pivotal role they play in shaping the nation's future. Furthermore, he pledged his full support towards fulfilling the demands put forth by Ganesh Khajuria for the school's development, underscoring its significance for student welfare.