11 Nov


Delhi Public School, Jammu organized a special assembly to celebrate Gurupurab and Children's Day. Welcoming the gathering, Keran VI-C and Anshul Desai VI-C of Jhelum House enlightened the students about the saintly qualities of Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Guru of Sikhs. They also expressed their deep reverence for Pt. Jawarahar lal Nehru, fondly called Chacha Nehru, on his birth anniversary.
The program started on auspicious note with Shabad Kirtan presented by the students of classes V & VI. It was followed by floral tributes to Chacha Nehru by the Principal and the Staff.
After the floral tributes, the school choir, in synchronization with the talented student percussionists, presented a melodious song on 'Bal Diwas' which mesmerized the gathering. This was followed by Gatka presentation symbolizing the valour of the Sikh community and importance of a true warrior for the country when he picks up the weapon to claim the right justice. The programme ended on a lighter note with a scintillating dance performance by the teachers and students that stole the hearts of all. The Headmistress Ms. Meenu Gupta in her address dwelt at length on the lives of Guru Nanak Dev Ji and Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru.
Speaking on the occasion, Principal DPS Jammu Ms. Ruchi Chabra called upon the students to emulate the saintly qualities of Guru Nank Dev Ji and also to enjoy the bliss of childhood while remaining dutiful to their responsibilities. She appreciated all performances by the participants and congratulated them. She also distributed medals and prizes to the students of State level painting competition on energy conservation organized by NHPC Ltd and sports winners of different competitions held at K.C sports club. The Vote of thanks was presented by Ms. Kavita Kocher and the programme ended with National Anthem.
Hon’ble President RCT, M.K Ajatshatru Singh Ji, Hon’ble PVC Kunwrani Ritu Singh Ji and Hon’ble Director Sh. S S Sodhi also conveyed their best wishes to one and all on the occasion.