Jodhamal Public School celebrates Annual Day

Governor N N Vohra during the Annual Day Function of Jodhamal Public School.
Governor N N Vohra during the Annual Day Function of Jodhamal Public School.

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Dec 13: Jodhamal Public School today celebrated its ten years of excellence in the field of education by holding the Annual Meet ‘Vini Vedi Vici’ i.e ‘ We came, We saw, We conquered’ in the school multi-purpose hall.
Governor NN Vohra graced the occasion as the chief guest and applauded the unique and exquisite performances put up by the children.
In his speech, Governor emphasized that sound school education enables the students to perform well in their higher studies and also emerge as good citizens who contribute towards building a strong nation.
The Governor congratulated the school management for attaining higher results in the academic and extra-curricular arenas and conveyed his best wishes for the school continuing to enhance its performance on all fronts.
He also complimented the hard work of the students and their teachers for presenting an impressive cultural show which included a “Julius Caesar”, a play performed by the students.
Earlier, the inauguration of Annual Day was marked by a wonderful and extravagant live exhibition which was displayed in the form of tableaus where Jammu, Kashmir, Chenab Valley, and Ladakh were highlighted.
The programme began with the National Anthem followed by lighting of the lamp ceremony by the chief guest, amidst chanting of the shlokas. The School Orchestra welcomed the elite gathering by enrapturing them with the ragas, old melodies to foot tapping old hits.
The Head Girl, Raggad Rafiq, presented the welcome address. The Trustee of the School, Nandan Kuthiala, addressed the gathering apprising them of the future endeavours.
Dasavatar, the opening item was a mythological musical ecstasy where the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu were showcased meticulously. A fusion of the Indian dance style with that of Spain (Spanish jai Ho) was the next item.
Shakespearean Spectre, a play “Julius Caesar” in original dialect was showcased on the stage under the stewardship of much acclaimed artist Naveen Chopra. The students also put up a musical item ‘I Have a Dream’ as a blessing and farewell to their seniors.
The principal of the school, Trilok Singh Bist, presented the school’s annual report highlighting the accolades of the JMPians. The students were also felicitated for their wonderful results in Class 10th and Class 12th CBSE Exams.
Governor also felicitated the staff members who completed 10 years with JMPS and were with Jodhamal right from its inception which included teachers, administration staff and support staff.

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