Shiksha Bharati Public School Dwarka celebrated its Annual Day

Shiksha Bharati Public School, Sector 7, Dwarka celebrated its Annual Day with great pomp and show in its new campus Shiksha Bharati Global School at Sector 8 Dwarka on 10th February 2018. It was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Mrs Kamaljeet Sehrawat, Mayor-SDMC.

The Chief Guest was welcomed by Mrs. Ramesh Kumari Bhardwaj- Chairperson, Shiksha Bharati Public School. Mr. Dharam Dev Solanki – Ex MLA, Mr Vijay Pandit – Ex- Municipal Councillor, Mr Ravindra Gupta- President Sanskrit Mahavidyalya, Mr R K Sharma- President, Shiksha Bharati Educational Society, Mr Ratnakar Batra- Chairman, Shiksha Bharati Public School and Mr Rameshji – Municipal Councillor graced the function.
The Chief Guest lighted the lamp which was followed by Ganesh Vandana, performed by Primary wing students. The medley of Tiny -Tots enthralled the audience.

Mrs. Shuchi Goyal- Principal of the school presented the updated report of the school. She recapped the journey of the school since 1989 when the school began with a few rooms, small staff and very less students. But determination and hard work converted it into a global school today.

The Chief Guest felicitated Mrs. Ramesh Kumari Bhardwaj, Shri Deepak Saini and Shri Vinod Saini for sponsoring the needy children of Shiksha Bharati Public School. Prizes were awarded to students in Academic, Sports and Co-curricular categories.

Ms. Kamaljeet Sehrawat focused on ideal parenting. She emphasized the point that parents should spare some time for their children and take care for their needs and feelings. She said that the children should understand their responsibilities being stepping stones of the nation. She praised the role of teachers and School Management in overall development of the young progenies.
Dance- drama (Bharat- mama) was nicely represented by around 1000 students of the school that showed the spirit of winning rulers of India from the period of Mahabharata till date, who fought many heroic wars to save India from predatory attacks even at the cost of their lives.
A vote of thanks was proposed by the chairperson- Mrs Ramesh Kumar Bhardwaj. She showed her gratitude to all the guests who spared their time to grace the function. She specially thanked the parents for their cooperation and appreciated the efforts of staff and students.

A gathering of over 2000 set a seal to the success of the programme. The programme came to an end with the National Anthem.