DPS Raj Nagar Extension Celebrated Junior School Annual Day with a Spectacular Presentation on ‘Save Mother Earth

DPS Raj Nagar Extension hosted its Junior School Annual Day celebration under the theme “Save Mother Earth” in the school auditorium with great zeal. The event, titled “Samanvay – Let Earth Live,” showcased the remarkable talents and abilities of young Dipsites from Nursery to Class III. The event was graced by Mr. Santosh Bansal (School Chairman) and the Chief Guest Ms. Priya John (Principal, DPS Indirapuram), along with other dignitaries.

The celebration kicked off with the ceremonial lamp-lighting to seek blessings for success and prosperity. The highlight of the evening was the cultural extravaganza, which portrayed the challenges faced by Mother Earth and the importance of preserving it. The students presented the phases of destruction and restoration through mesmerising songs, dances, and theatre presentations with enthusiasm. The event concluded with the National Anthem, leaving everyone inspired to make a positive change for the planet.

Ms. John congratulated the students and teachers for their outstanding performance and urged them to become responsible green ambassadors of our planet and raise awareness for the environment. Ms. Priyanca Ghosh, the Junior School Headmistress, extended heartfelt thanks to the management, parents, and educators for their unwavering support and love.

Ms. Pallavi Upadhyay Principal, DPS Raj Nagar Extension, expressed her delight, stating, “It was a pleasure to witness the exceptional talent and dedication of our students and teachers in putting up such a great program. The theme of ‘Save Mother Earth’ is crucial in today’s world, and I am confident that these young minds will significantly impact preserving our environment. This understanding and awareness couldn’t have been portrayed without the guidance of teachers who left no stone unturned to prepare the students well.”

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