6th Annual Day of Delhi Public School Patiala held
Jasbir kapoor/ royalpatiala.in/ Patiala
The 6th Annual Day of Delhi Public School Patiala was a grand affair with the cultural presentations of the students spreading over 2 days. There was a 100% participation of students of classes II-VII.
The guests of honour for the evening were Naman Markan, ADC(G), Patiala and Manjit Singh Narang, MD, PRTC.
The colourful performances of the junior students were based on the various flavours of the small screen. The key note address was rendered by the Pro Vice Chairman of the school, Ramesh Talwar, while the Annual Report of the School giving the insight about the school’s growth and achievements was presented by the Principal S.N.Shukla.
On this occasion, the excellence awards were given away to the outstanding student achievers to the academic session 2017-18.
Naman Markan appreciated the efforts of the students and teachers in the making and presentation of the various thematic performances, and cited that the confidence quotient of the students was evidently visible. The Managing Director of PRTC Manjit Singh Narang appreciated the entire concept of the show, and congratulated the team DPS for the excellent function.
On the second day , the Chief Guest for the evening was Ashish Bansal, the Secretary of Legal Service Authority, Patiala. The whole sequence of the evening’s programme was based on the entertaining theme of Bollywood, with each performance bringing-in a specific genre of the movies. Each performance outstood its predecessor, though the finale Bhangra performance was a super-hit with the audience. “Mahabali” by class 7 was magnanimous with the periodic costumes and the accessories adding to the grandeur of the theme.
In addition to the excellence and the regularity awards, the coveted swimming championship trophy was presented to the swimming sensations of the school – Amreenand Aafreen by the Chief Guest. Bansal congratulated the students and the teachers for the grand event. He specially commended the student anchors for their fluency, flow and confidence.
The shows on both the days were hosted by the students of class 8.The parents came in large numbers and shared the excitement of the occasion.