SVIS celebrated Independence Day

The students and staff of Sri Venkateshwar International School, Sector 18, Dwarka, celebrated the 72nd anniversary of the Indian independence in a splendid special assembly. The morning was awash in the tricolours of our Indian flag. Balloons, ribbons, flags and buntings in saffron, white and green made the school look soaked in patriotic fervour. 

The ceremony commenced with the hoisting and unfurling of the flag by the school principal Mrs. Nita Arora and  Incharges of the academic and administrative wings, followed by the rendition of the national anthem by the students of classes IX to XII and faculty. The School House Squads then marched past the Tricolour presided over by the School Principal. In her message to the students;  she emphasised the need for freedom in the mind. She also stated that true freedom is attained only when one gains freedom from negativity and grudges and strives to be better than what one was yesterday.

There was an orchestra presentation by the school choir. The notes of patriotism spread by these students exalted the spirits of each one present. This was followed by a colourful dance presentation by the students of classes IX and X. The ceremony concluded with heartfelt expressions by students on what independence means to them.
Mr Sailander Solanki, Chairman Sri VIS wished  for the country to tread faster on the path of progress. He also reiterated the vision of the  school management to continue to provide a nurturing and conducive environment for developing leaders in each field who will be the future nation builders. Tricolour themed sweet boxes were distributed to everyone at the school later in the day.