JAMMU, Apr 12: Various institutions across the State celebrated Baisakhi with fanfare and enthusiasm. On the occasion, students presented various cultural items and lifted the mood of the audience with their sizzling performances.
Baisakhi was celebrated at GD Goenka Public School with zeal and fanfare. On the occasion, Principal of the school, Poonam Jha, was the chief guest, who while speaking appreciated an active participation of beginners in the celebration. Students attired in colourful traditional dress of Punjab performed Bhangra and Gidda, which was applauded by the audience with thundering applause. The function was organised by Anupama Khashu, Coordinator of the school.
Little Champs Playway School, New Plot, celebrated Baisakhi function with fervour and gaiety. On the occasion, students presented various cultural programmes depicting the culture of Punjab and Jammu. Principal of the school Sonal Abrol, in her speech apprised the students about the importance of the day. Captain Vinay Abrol, Chairperson of the school and faculty members were also present.
Euro Care Pre-Schooling System celebrated Baisakhi with zeal and gaiety. Children attired in colourful dresses danced on the beats of Bhangra. Ritu, Principal of the school and faculty members were also present on the occasion.
Baisakhi was celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in Shanti Swaroop Memorial Jammu Public Higher Secondary School, Sarwal, where students and staff members presented a variety of cultural items. Kusum Bhatia, Principal of the school and RK Bali, president, Managing Committee, were also present on the occasion.
SM Shishu Niketan Higher Secondary School, Anand Nagar, and its junior wing ‘Kidzee’, celebrated Baisakhi with zeal and enthusiasm. On the occasion, Chairman, TR Mahajan, Managing Director, Parneesh Mahajan, Laision Officer, Harvinder Singh, Principal, Sunita Koul, coordinator Kawaljeet Kour and faculty members were also present. The tiny toddlers participated in Bhangra and flower arrangements competitions. While speaking, TR Mahajan, said that Baisakhi has tremendous religious significance and is celebrated in open field with great enthusiasm.
Baisakhi Mela was organised at DBN, Mubarak Mandi to mark Baisakhi celebrations. Students presented colourful cultural items, which were applauded by the audience. Rajinder Kakkar, Manager Trust, gave a brief description on the importance of Baisakhi. Director Academics Suresh Sharma, Principal Indu Puri, Headmaster Shubh Sharma, teachers and staff members were also present on the occasion.
Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Greater Kailash, celebrated Baisakhi with great zest and enthusiasm. Children of different classes presented colourful programmes and mesmerized the audience. Speaking on the occasion, Principal of the school enlightened students about the festival.