Report of Class VII Presentation- ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’

The students of Class VII showcased a captivating performance on the theme ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ on January 25, 2024, highlighting the belief that ‘The World is One Family’. The event marked the 75th Republic Day of India and featured esteemed alumni, Dr Shahzaadi Malhotra, a Clinical Psychologist; Ms Ramneek Majithia, Strategy and Innovation Consultant and Ms Omlata Singh, a distinguished MC member and former Principal, Rana Pratap Sindhi Sarvodaya Vidyalaya.

The event commenced with the lighting of the lamp, welcoming the parents and the distinguished guests to the grand celebrations. The highlight was a theatrical performance portraying the concept of global unity, with statues representing different countries emphasising cultural pride.

This theatrical presentation also included some mesmerising dance performances showcasing the cultural distinctiveness of various continents and countries. It culminated with a musical rendition that resonated with the sentiment of harmony bringing all these nations together with an intention of promoting solidarity.

Ms Priyanka Barara, Principal, emphasised the significance of the class presentations, highlighting how this proves to be a platform for students to showcase their talents, foster creativity and instil a sense of confidence. In his address, Major General Sanjeev Shukla, School Director, addressed the critical issue of traffic safety and also urged everyone to adopt sustainable practices.  Vice Principal, Ms Jyotsna Grover, expressed heartfelt gratitude to the parents for their unwavering support and encouragement. She also appreciated teachers and students for their tireless efforts in making the event a success.

Achievements of students in academic and co-curricular competitions were acknowledged with trophies and certificates. Overall, the event was a vibrant celebration of diversity. The presentation encapsulated the essence of interconnectedness and underscored the idea that our global community is bound by a common thread of humanity.

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