Wishing a bright future and imparting sound values to its outgoing students, Sanskar School, once again stood up to the meaning of its name. Organized in the school hall, the valediction for class 12 saw all the students present with their parents and teachers on Friday, 12 February.
Beginning with remembering the omnipotent, the ceremony took off with the school choir rendering the song ‘Deep dekho jal uthe bujhne na paaye’,written and composed by the school’s teachers. After the song, a citation was called out for each student with a candle being lit in front of her or him by the respective class teacher. With this candle, the student then lit up the boundary of India’s map drawn on the ground with flowers, and then walked on to bow before each teacher and parent and seek their blessings for a beautiful future. A truly inspirational moment, indeed, to see the nation being lit up with the positive energy of the young. And executed impeccably too.
The principal, Rama Dutt, then took over the podium and began her speech with thanking the chief guests of the evening, Brigadier Charandeep Singh, Prof Ramesh Arora and entrepreneur Shishir Saraf. Encouraging the students with words of wisdom, she said, “There is no elevator to success, you have to take the stairs if you desire it. Help those who are less privileged and always remember that your country is your responsibility.”
Motivating the students further, Brigadier Charandeep Singh said, “Live your dreams, manage your time well, take care of your near and dear ones, and never leave your parents.” To that Prof Arora added, “Think positive, say no to negativity, be creative and move ahead in your lives.” Talking about the importance of following one’s heart, Saraf said, “Choose what you enjoy doing. Success is most likely to be achieved when you do what you love.”
Team ScooNews also got a chance to meet head girl Megha Sharma’s mother, Sunita Sharma, who shared her experience with us saying, “Bahut achcha laga aaj... kaamyab ho sabhi bachche or life mein khoob tarakki karein.” (It felt really good... I wish that all the children succeed in their lives.)
But what moved us completely was seeing a mother thanking the school watchman for his tireless services to the school and students. We were near the school gate, ready to leave, when we spotted Seema Singh, mother of Abhay Singh, being courteous towards the watchman.
Must say, Sanskar School is what its name stands for.
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