The Modern School, ECNCR celebrated its Annual Day with glitz and glory on November 17, 2018 in the school premises. Ms. Ambika Pant, Honorary Secretary, Board of Trustees, Modern School, Barakhamba Road, and Ms. Neelam Puri, Director Academics, Managed Modern Schools presided over the spectacular extravaganza. The day was ushered in with an array of scintillating musical performances by the talented modernities.
The inauguration of Annual Day was marked by a magnificent and grand exhibition displaying the exceptional and creative work done by the students.
The event unfolded with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp and chanting of ‘Saraswati Vandana’, followed by the warm welcome extended by the Principal, Ms. Abha Sadana who presented the Annual School Report, highlighting the achievements of the students.
The cultural programme ‘Dharohar’, a poignant reminder to conserve Earth by not exploiting nature, ignited the hearts of one and all as they witnessed the dance drama wherein the budding artists mesmerized them with their dynamic yet poised dances, in synchrony with musical rhythm and momentum.
It also highlighted the essence of different seasons; the grandeur of spring, summer, monsoon, autumn, and winter was portrayed along with the impact of human activities on the advent of each season.
The show made the audience contemplate on the repercussions of the imprudent deeds of human beings resulting in the contaminated environment and a drastic change in the working of nature. The thought-provoking ballad held them in awe and left them enlightened as the show culminated.
The students’ exemplary achievements in Scholastics and Co- scholastics areas were acknowledged in the Prize Distribution Ceremony.
Ms. Ambika Pant, Honorary Secretary, Board of Trustees, Modern School, Barakhamba Road unveiled the school magazine ‘Prayas’. She applauded the efforts of the students in her address and congratulated them for not only putting up a great show but also making the society aware of its wrongdoings towards nature.
The vote of thanks was proposed by the Headmistress, Ms. Rimpy Verma and the function concluded with the grand finale.