JAMMU, Nov 14: Children’s Day-The birthday of First Prime Minister of India Jawahar Lal Nehru was celebrated with great zeal, enthusiasm and fanfare.
Department of Home Science, University of Jammu, which is running Surbhi Nursery School, for the wards of University employees, celebrated Children’s Day, in which the entire faculty, non teaching staff and PG students of the department also participated. This was a unique combination as the Head of Department, Prof (Dr) Shashi Manhas, urged upon the teachers of the school and other seniors to focus on the holistic development of the Children, which includes moral teaching and physical activity. Other faculty members present in the programme included Prof Neeru Sharma, Dr Samridhi Arora, Dr Sarika Manhas, staff of Nursery School, PG students of Department of Home science. Gift items were distributed after many colourful presentations by the children.
Department of Paediatric and Preventive Dentistry of Indira Gandhi Government Dental College Jammu started the 15 days oral health awareness program from today to celebrate Children’s Day. Lectures, Walkathon, Nukad Natak, Poster and Rangoli Competition, Debate and Fun Quiz will also be part of the awareness programme.
Modern Montessori International Pre-School, Jammu celebrated Children’s Day on the birth anniversary of the Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru. Across the country, Children’s Day is celebrated on his birthday because of Nehru’s endless love and affection for children. The whole school was taken to JDA Park, 17 Miles Sweet Temptation, Jammu. The children had fun on different rides like see-saw, slides, etc. They danced with their friends and enjoyed to their fullest. The food was served in the restaurant. Chocolates and candies were being distributed to the children.
Shiksha Niketan Senior Secondary School, Jeevan Nagar celebrated Children’s Day. The guests invited were Kamaljeet Singh Bali, Tehsildar (Assistance Revenue Attorney), Divisional Commissioner, Vinay Gupta Chartered Accountant, Abhishek Gupta, Manager J&K Grameen Bank, SP Jammu South Vinay Sharma. The other dignitaries of Sister concerns (Shiksha Niketan) were also invited as the “Honoured Guests”. The inauguration was done by invited guests along with Rameshwar Mengi, Principal of the school and Rakshan Mengi Director of Pushp Vatika. Series of cultural items were performed by the students.
Guru Harkrishan Public School Guru Nanak Nagar celebrated Children’s Day. On the occasion, students presented various cultural items and enthralled the audience. Rita Popli Principal of the school threw light on the importance of the day.
The students of Shiv Public Higher Secondary School Sari Rakwalan Ghou Manhasa Road celebrated Children’s Day. Various colourful items were performed and a debate competition was organized on the topic “Value of Discipline in Student’s Life”. The trophy of the best student of the school was given to Riya Chib. Chairman of the School BS salaria, Principal Mehak Manhas and Managing Director Shiv Salaria distributed prizes among the students.
Children’s Day was celebrated in the premises of Dewan Devi Higher Secondary and Play Way School, Rajpura. The students gave sizzling and spell bound performances by enthralling the audience with melodious patriotic songs and different cultural programmes.
Principal of the school advised the students to work hard in their life as they are the future of India.
Children’s Day was celebrated in Government Mixed Higher Secondary School, Jagti. The celebration was sponsored by Helpline Humanity NGO. On the occasion a symposium was held in which the students from different classes of the school participated. Satish Pandita, Principal presented the welcome address. Prerna Pandita, Supriya Kar and Gungun Bhat bagged the top three positions in the competition and were felicitated with trophies by Vijay Mohan Koul of Saijaya Trust, Gurgram and Satish Pandita. BL Jalali, Director, Helpline Humanity VM Koul, Founder Saijaya Trust, Dr Jagat Mohini Koul, Former Director of Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi, Dr Phoola Kaul, Former Principal, Government Medical College, Srinagar and many others were present on the occasion.
ASN Higher Secondary School, Channi Himmat celebrated Children’s Day. Various cultural items were presented by the students, while some teachers also spoke on Children’s Day and sang songs for the children. Gifts were presented to all the participants. Ritesh Kapoor said that Children’s Day promotes awareness regarding the rights, care and education of children.
The staff members of DPS Nagbani celebrated the Children’s Day by presenting a special assembly. After the assembly, a short programme consisting of cultural items was presented by the students. Principal of the school RK Verma was also present on the occasion.
Children’s Day was celebrated in Sai Shyam Public Higher Secondary School Ghou-Manhasan. The programme started with patriotic song sung by little kids. The students of school later held a symposium on the life and teachings of Pt JL Nehru. The students sang songs, displayed dance and presented different colourful programme. The students with the help of teacher organized a fair (Mela) which was inaugurated by Principal Sai Shyam College of Education Dr Usha Tickoo. Principal of Sai Shyam School Anita Ganjoo was also present on the occasion.
MPS Barnoti celebrated Children’s Day. The teachers gave a variety of performance for their students in order to convey their love and care for them. The excitement continued with the plethora of diverse games. School Principal Ruhy Sharma addresses the students and wished them for their future endeavours.
Children’s Day was celebrated with great favor at Banyan International School. Teachers of the school conducted the assembly and also presented a skit. A basketball match between the students and the teachers was also organized. The school also introduced a wide range of new scholastic clubs to horn the leadership skills and creativity of the students. The celebrations culminated with inspirational movie time for the students.
May Fair Schools celebrated Children’s Day. On the occasion, students presented variety of items. Special games were also organised for the students. A magician entertained the students by showing them exciting magical tricks. Teachers too made their day special by telling the students about the importance of the day and organising various art and craft activities for them. Winners of different activities were awarded with Medals & Certificates.
Children’s Day was celebrated at Vidya Jyoti Model High School, Indira Colony Janipur. A colourful programme was presented by the students.
Children’s Day was celebrated at Delhi Public School, Udhampur. Teacher of the school entertained the students by performing songs, dance, puppet show, etc. The day started with a speech by English Teacher Humaira, while Rohit and Pankaj presented a soulful song. Shubham and Kaima performed on the catchy songs. Speaking on the occasion, Pro-Vice Chairman of the school Dr JC Gupta motivated the students to follow the footsteps of Pandit Nehru. Virtuous Principal of the school, Dr Kunal Anand was also present on the occasion.
Children’s Day was celebrated in Stephens International Public School, Miran Sahib. Teaching faculty of the school took charge of the programme to make the day unforgettable for the students. The festive event was presided over by the Director Satvinder Saini and Principal Ram Prakash Sharma. The programme commenced with the teachers reciting the prayer. Tributes were paid to Pt. Nehru through poem and speech. The teachers showcased their singing talent by presenting a medley. Chairman Dr. Kamal Saini IGP (Retd) and Director Satvinder Saini expressed their views on the occasion.
The students and teachers of The Shri Ram Universal School, Jakh Jammu celebrated Children’s Day. School Principal Ritula Singh conveyed her wishes on the occasion and the event started. Teachers and students presented variety of items on the occasion. Under community outreach programme, The Stepping Stone School, Bari Brahmana was invited to celebrate the occasion at TSUS. Principal Anjali Sharma, was also present on the occasion.
Government Boys Higher Secondary School Akhnoor celebrated Children’s Day. Students of the school performed different activities under the theme “Mera Bachpan” with the active cooperation of the staff members. Anita Koul, Principal of the School threw light on the importance of the day.
Children Day was celebrated at Government Girls Higher Secondary School Canal Road Jammu. Principal Parveen Rana inaugurated the programme. Students and teachers presented various items on the occasion and enthralled the audience. Children also participated in various sports activities.
Government Girls High School Reshan Ghar Colony Jammu celebrated Children’s Day. Head of the institution, staff members, Corporator of the area, students and SMDC members were present on the occasion. Students performed various cultural activities. SMDC members also distributed sweaters among the needy students.
Sanatan Dharam Higher Secondary Kanya Vidyalaya Jullakha Mohallah celebrated Children’s Day. Kuldeep Anand, President, Sat Pal Singh, Vice President, ML Vidyarthi Secretary, Murari Lal Treasurer, Kamal Sharma, Kuldeep Sharma and Shailender Sharma, members of the school were present on the occasion. Students presented various cultural items. Some students threw light on the life of Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru. Principal of the institution was also present on the occasion.
Children’s Day was celebrated at Vikas Academy High School, Housing Colony, Janipur Colony. Cultural items related to ‘Children Welfare’, ‘Beware of Drugs’ and ‘Take Part in Social Activities’ were presented by the students. Principal of the institution threw light on the importance of the day.
Students of Bal Bharti Public School Channi Himmat celebrated Children’s Day. On the occasion, students remember Pt JL Nehru. Principal Vikram Singh Charak was also present on the occasion.
Children’s Day was celebrated in Luthra Higher Secondary School Kachi Chawni, Shemrock Icons Kachi Chawni and Luthra Public School and Shemrock Angels Talab Tillo. On the occasion, students presented cultural items. They also highlighted the achievements of Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru.
Children’s Day was celebrated at Government Girls High School, Chak Malal, where both students and teachers threw light on the importance of celebrating the day. Headmaster Survesha Kumari in her speech highlighted the importance of the day. A colourful cultural programme was presented by students.
Sacred Heart Public School Purkhoo Camp Domana celebrated Children’s Day. On the occasion, children presented different cultural items. Principal of the school Sangeeta in her speech threw light on the importance of the day. Managing Director of the School Randhir Singh Manhas was the chief guest on the occasion. Gifts were distributed among the students.
Children’s Day was celebrated at Delhi Public School Leh. Pre-Primary to Senior Wings students saw their own reflections on their stage in the form of their teachers who presented the thought, news, poem, speech and the new word for the day. The day commenced with a Special Assembly wherein the teachers conducted the assembly from singing the Prayer, Pledge, Puzzles, presenting the news and thought for the day. The special attractions were the group dances, Rhymes, Ramp Walk and music. The function concluded with the address by Latika Bhatia, Headmistress, DPS Leh.
J&K Police Public School, Miran Sahib, Jammu organized Bal Mela to celebrate Children’s Day. The event was inaugurated by Shiv Kumar Sharma, Commandant JKAP 8th Battalion and Nodal Officer of the school. The students presented cultural programme. Sumptuous eatable stalls, joyful rides, Lucky Draw, Tambola and games remained the highlights of the event. The prizes for Lucky Draw added to the fun and frolic of the event. The first prize, a Prestige four-burner gas stove was bagged by SPO Ashok Kumar, second prize Wonder Chef Sanjeev Kapoor Tandoor was won by Mavansh of class 3rd and third prize Wonder Chef Rice Cooker went to Manveer Singh from class 12th. Principal, Renuka Guleria, Radhika Sharma, Member PWWA, Madhu Bandral, DySP Security Jammu, SP Modi, DySP JKAP 8th Battalion, Dr Shabir, Police Hospital Jammu and parents were present on the occasion.
APS Akhnoor celebrated Children’s Day. Cultural programme of teachers and students were highly appreciated by the audience. A magic show was also arranged for the students by the famous magician Samrat from Himachal Pradesh. Students were apprised about the importance of the Children’s Day by KCS Mehta, Principal and Rakesh Chander, Vice Principal of APS Akhnoor.
A colourful programme was organized in MNKG Montessori Public High School Gandhi Nagar. The children presented colourful dance items, sung songs and presented a short skit and jokes. The Chairman and the Principal of the school were also present on the occasion.
Children’s Day was celebrated in the premises Government Middle School Bishal Rajulian Zone Jib, Udhampur. After the conduct of morning assembly inter house competitions in different disciplines were conducted among the students. Headmistress of the institution Anju Kumari stressed upon the importance of the day and distributed prizes among the students.
KIDZEE celebrated Children’s Day at its branches in Gandhi Nagar, Talab Tillo and Channi Himmat. The kids were dressed up as Chacha Nehru. Demonstration was also given to the toddlers regarding the life of great personality Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru. Coordinators of the schools threw light on the life of Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru.
Pushp Vatika organized Children’s Day Function. The programme started with floral tributes to Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru. On the occasion, the chief guest was Vinay Sharma, SP Jammu South. There were various stalls of delicious food items and fun filled games were the most rush found with beaming children enjoying every second. Colourful programme was presented by teachers. On the occasion, Rameshwar Mengi Principal of the institution and Rakshan Mengi Director of the institution threw light on the life and achievement of Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru.
Cambridge International School organized a visit to Bal Ashram Ved Mandir, Jammu on the occasion of Children’s Day. The students of Grade III to VII were very excited for this long awaited visit and had collected toothpaste, soaps, eatables and stationary to distribute among less privileged children. The students interacted with them. The students also met the Secretary of Ved Mandir Committee Pawan Baru and the care takers.
Euro Toddlers–a Pre School, UNO Lane Talab Tillo Jammu celebrated Children’s Day. The celebration commenced with lighting of lamp in order to pay tribute to lover of children, “Chacha Nehru” First Prime Minister of India. To exhibit their love and concern for the toddlers, a sizzling performance was put by the teachers of the school. Director Euro Toddlers Vandana Gupta was also present on the occasion.
Doon International School celebrated Children’s Day. A special assembly was conducted by the teachers acting as students. They presented Thought for the Day, News and General Knowledge questions with a pinch of humour. A special medley of songs was also presented by them. Children enjoyed dance and Tug of War with their teachers. Adding thrill and adventure to the occasion, an adventure camp was also organised where students enjoyed various games and fun rides and dance with their teachers. Later, Cricket and Kabaddi matches were played between teachers and senior students. Principal Dr Vikesh Kaur addressed the students.
British International School celebrated Children’s Day. Teachers enacted like students and display their talent by performing dance, songs and skit. The highlight of the occasion was the surprise DJ Party for the students. Chairperson distributed gifts among the students.
The Skill Sharpening Play Way School Gole Panjpeer celebrated Children’s Day. The students performed cultural programmes. Principal highlighted the importance of the day.
Little Angels School Vijaypur celebrated Children’s Day. The function was presided over by Rajan Gupta, Principal of the institute. On the occasion, students presented various cultural items and also participated in sports activities.
Former Minister and District Congress President, Manjit Singh said that Kashmir is an integral part of India because of first Prime Minister of India Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru. He spoke these words during a function organized to remember the first Prime Minister Pt Nehru on his birth anniversary.
The birth anniversary of India’s first Prime Minister and Veteran Freedom Fighter Pt Jawahar Lal Nehru was celebrated with children by the NCP Student Wing under the chairmanship of Er Rishi Kaul Kilam National Executive Council Member NSC. Among others present were Mashqur Ahmad Bhat Vice President NSC, TK Kaul Vice President NCP and Bharat Kumar General Secretary.
Children’s Day was observed by the Tehsil Legal Services Committee Ramnagar at Government Middle School Trilla Tehsil Ramnagar District Udhampur under the chairmanship of Archana Charal (Sub Judge) Chairman TLSC Ramnagar. The staff members and students participated in the function.
District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), Jammu in collaboration with Education Department, celebrated Children’s Day. The events were organized by Team DLSA Jammu at Dr. Ambedkar Convent School, Ban Talab, Government Girls Higher Secondary School Shastri Nagar, Government Girls Higher Secondary School Mubarak Mandi, Government Higher Secondary School Marh, Government Higher Secondary School Plaoura and Bal Ashram, Amphalla Jammu.
Secretary District Legal Services Authority, Jammu and Advocate Jyoti Sharma, Master trainer gave brief introduction about Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru and his contributions towards the nation and said that it is the duty of every citizen to provide quality education to their children and ensure that they enjoy good health, empower their young minds as they are the future generation and development of the country depends upon them.
Cultural programme was also organized by School Administration in which students participated with zeal and enthusiasm.
Those who spoke on the occasion were Gian Chand Dogra, M. D. Archana Tikoo, Vice Principal, Sapna, Preeti and Dushant faculty members and the students of the school.
Meanwhile, Secretary DLSA Jammu along with team also visited Bal Ashram, Amphalla, Jammu and celebrated the day by organizing a cultural programme and musical event in which Sam Pandoh, Vivek Sangotra, Rishap Manhas, Rahul Khatri (Artists) and children of Bal Ashram participated.