JP World School celebrates 12th Annual Day ‘Dharohar’

Students in colourful attires posing for a photograph while celebrating Annual day at JP World School in Jammu.
Students in colourful attires posing for a photograph while celebrating Annual day at JP World School in Jammu.

Excelsior Sports Correspondent
JAMMU, Jan 6: JP World School celebrated its 12th Annual Day, ‘Dharohar’ with pomp and show at Abhinav Theatre, here today.
The programme was a message to the mass for preservation of the Mother Earth, in the form of a musical drama. The students showcased their talent in a bedazzling way.
Member of Parliament Jugal Kishore Sharma was the chief guest on the occasion, while Vikram Randhawa, MLC Jammu and Padmashree Balwant Thakur were the guests of honour.
The event began with welcoming of the guests, their floral felicitation and the ceremonial lamp-lighting, followed by Saraswati Vandana.
The main highlight of the day was a musical drama to educate the audience about the injustice we are doing to our Mother Earth.
The narrative enacted by the students was an eye-opener for the audience & held the audience in awe & left them enlightened as the show culminated. The junior students of the school presented a dance performance, ‘Fiesta’ & left everyone jovial.
The show involved most of the students of the school in spectacular performances enriched with rich music, costumes & dance.
JS Hundal, Principal of the School, presented the annual report, focusing on the school’s achievements- both Scholastic & Co-scholastic, which were applauded by the assemblage.
The Annual Prize Distribution function was a moment of pride for all the winners & achievers of the school as they were honoured for their academic & other achievements.
Prajwal Gupta was conferred with ‘Student of the Year Award’ for scoring 95.8% marks & for being J&K topper in 12th class board exams (Non-Medical stream).
The school conferred the ‘Sidharth Basu Award’ to Aarav Vaid & Sohail-ur-Rehman, for excelling in Quiz competitions. Harshika Jethi was awarded with the “Sonal Mansingh Award’ for showing brilliant performance in cultural programmes. Syed Maria Geelani was given ‘Mahatma Gandhi Award’ for being an excellent public speaker. For showing brilliance in science, Haider Ali was awarded the ‘Einstein Award’. The ‘Aryabhatta Award’ was given to Abhay Sharma for his excellent performance in Mathematics. For possessing great debating skills, Wasif Tak was conferred with the ‘Abraham Lincoln Award’. The most coveted, ‘Cock House Trophy’ was bagged by the Ravi House for excelling in all the Inter-House activities.
The prizes were given away by Jugal Kishore Sharma, Vikram Randhawa and Balwant Thakur.
The vote of thanks was presented by the Head Girl of the School, Tamanna Gupta. The event culminated with the singing of the National Anthem.


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