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JSS, reverberates with joy as graduation ceremony embraces theme of 'Bal Sanskar - Kindness'"
3/23/2024 10:23:58 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 23: The Jammu Sanskriti School, Jammu, resonated with laughter and joy as it celebrated its annual Graduation Ceremony, marking the culmination of a year dedicated to nurturing young minds. With the theme "Bal Sanskar - Kindness," the Pre-Primary wing orchestrated a vibrant and memorable event at the SKUAST Baba Jitto Auditorium, filled with delightful performances and heartfelt moments.
Usha Pathania, Academic Director of C.R.E.A.T.E, and the Mahattattva team, kickstarted the event with an enlightening orientation program, setting the tone for a day brimming with learning and celebration.
Amidst the eager anticipation of both staff and students, the ceremony unfolded with warm greetings extended to esteemed guests and parents by the Little Sanskritians. Principal cum Vice Chairperson, Rohini Aima, welcomed everyone with an address highlighting the school's achievements and aspirations.
The occasion was graced by distinguished guests, including Dr. Archana Choudhary, Renowned Educator With CWSN, as the Chief Guest, accompanied by Dr. Jyoti Sharma from Jammu University and Usha Pathania from Mahattattva, among others.
The program commenced with an Annual Report Presentation by Pre-Primary Coordinator Ameet Kour Sharma, followed by a heartfelt Annual Prize Distribution function honoring achievers in academics and co-curricular activities. Special recognition was accorded to students excelling in various domains, symbolizing their dedication and commitment.
The event showcased a plethora of performances, including soulful renditions of Shri Ram Vandana, lively dances depicting themes of kindness and environmental awareness, a skit, and touching testimonials from Prep students and their guardians, evoking sentiments of pride and joy.
Dr. Archana Choudhary shared invaluable insights, commending the school's efforts, while parents expressed appreciation for the holistic development imparted to their children.
Assistant Coordinator Harmeet Kour concluded the event with a vote of thanks, emphasizing the profound message that "Kindness is the glue that binds humanity together."
Emcees Sandhu Sharma and Jyoti, along with students from Pre-Nursery to Prep classes, infused the event with energy and enthusiasm, while Rohini Aima reiterated that the day stood as a testament to the hard work and perseverance of both students and faculty alike.
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