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JSS Kathua organizes Arambh
4/4/2024 10:03:32 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Apr 4: Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua's event, "Arambh - An Inception Towards Change," seamlessly blended kindergarten graduation with a profound message of transformation. From the traditional rituals symbolizing new beginnings to the vibrant performances echoing the theme of change, every aspect of the event reflected the school's commitment to holistic development.
The occasion was graced by distinguished guests, including Manjeet Kaur, SSP of SPS Police Training School Kathua, as the chief guest, Kirti Bhushan Mahajan, a Senior Advocate from the District Court Kathua, as the guest of honour, and Special Guests Roma Mahajan, Principal of Whiz Kids School, and Gagandeep Kaur, Principal of Euro Kids School, Kathua.
Also present on the occasion were Rohini Aima,Chairperson Jammu Sanskriti Schools, Harpreet Singh Anand, Chairman Jammu Sanskriti Schools along with Sonakshi Anand, Director Operations, Jammu Sanskriti School Jammu and Harleen Anand, Director Operations, Jammu Sanskriti School Kathua.
The air was filled with excitement as the students welcomed everyone with a spirited rendition of the song "Arambh hai Prachand".
Principal Mili R. Sumbria set the tone for the event with a warm welcome address, ushering in an atmosphere of camaraderie and celebration.
As part of their commitment to environmental awareness, the students delivered powerful messages on water conservation and the importance of a greener future through engaging presentations and a vibrant fancy dress display. Kirti Bhushan Mahajan, in his address, lauded the efforts of the school in nurturing responsible citizens of tomorrow.
The cultural diversity of India was celebrated with fervor. The celebration of India's cultural diversity through folk dances and classical performances underscored the importance of embracing change while honoring tradition.
The highlight of the evening was the heartwarming performance titled "Arambh - Inception Towards Change for Better Environment," presented by the tiny tots, symbolizing their commitment to creating a sustainable future. It also exemplified the students' dedication to shaping a sustainable future.
The ceremony concluded with the distribution of degrees, certificate distribution, recognising the achievements of the budding scholars.
Monika (Coordinator Pre Primary Wing) along with her team of Pre Primary teachers were hailed as the driving force behind the successful event, furthermore the dedicated team of coordinators received praise for their unwavering support.
As parents expressed their delight and satisfaction, the kindergarten graduates radiated joy and pride, embarking on their new journey with confidence and enthusiasm. The event served as a testament to the school's commitment to holistic education and nurturing responsible global citizens.
Chief guest Manjeet Kaur's appreciation for the students' efforts affirmed their role as catalysts for positive change, inspiring confidence in their ability to lead towards a brighter tomorrow. Principal Mili R. Sumbria's leadership and the collective effort of the school community exemplified their commitment to nurturing responsible global citizens.
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