Students of Akal Academy Bhadaur celebrate 68th Independence Day!

15th August, 2014 the 68th Independence Day was celebrated with great pump and show by the students and staff of Akal Academy Bhadaur in central corridor in the school premises. It was conducted by the students of XII class along with Atul house holding the incharge ship. Principal Madam Ms. Gurdeep Kaur along with Vice-principal & coordinators hoisted the National Flag.

The National Anthem was then sung with great vigor by the students and teachers. All of them were dressed in white attires keeping in view the sanctity and regard for the National flag.

The function started with Shabad recitation by students of class X. K.G & 1st class students presented beautiful poems on patriotism. Folding their hands, they paid tribute to their nation. Their saffron colored turbans added color to the celebrations.

Class 2nd students holding the national flag in their hands sung a beautiful patriotic song which was followed by a skit depicting the sacrifices done by Indians to achieve independence.

English & Punjabi speeches were delivered by the VIII and IX class students. Three choreographies were represented by the students of IV, VII, VIII & IX classes. VI class girls represented Kawishri-“Kalgidhar di Vaar”.

At last Principal Madam delivered a speech on this occasion explaining the students the importance of celebrating this day.

On this eventful day the students were awarded certificates and prizes for their achievements in academics and sports. The event ended with reciting the National Anthem.

The programme was very well organized and all the students actively participated in this programme. Such programmes inculcate in students the feeling of being proud to be Indian and in the wake of bringing students at par with the students of city schools, such events boost the morale of these little wonders…

~ Kawaljeet Kaur
~ New Delhi, 16th August ’14

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