DPSGV Celebrates its 20th Annual Function in Grand Style!
Delhi Public School Ghaziabad Vasundhara celebrated its 20th Annual Function, on Saturday, 30th November 2019, with great élan. The evening was graced with the benign presence of Shri. Om Pathak the Chairman of DPSG Society and Smt. Niharika Pathak, Member DPSG Society. The galaxy of luminaries who were present on the occasion included Mr. Anshul Pathak, Vice Chairman of DPSG Society, Mr. R. K. Sharma, Chief Administrative Officer – DPSGS, Dr. Jyoti Gupta, Principal of DPSG Meerut Road, Ms. Allison Pyster, Pricipal of DPSG – Faridabad and Ms. Kalpana Kapoor, Ex-Principal DPSG Vasundhara.
The Programme commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by Shri Om Pathak, accompanied by other dignitaries and the Principal of the school, which was followed by a soulful rendition of the invocation dance.
Mr. Trilok Singh Bist, the Principal of the school, presented ‘Mindscape’, the Annual School Report. He highlighted the achievements of the students through the year and shared his vision for the school’s development. Stressing on the need for cultivating human values such integrity, resilience, patience, positivity, and perseverance, he introduced the theme of the day’s programme. Holding aloft Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam’s ideals, Mr. Bist, further stated that the school always endeavours to inculcate these very values among its students.
The spectacular extravaganza titled “Kaleidoscope – A Limitless Sky”, displaying myriad hues and colours of celebration replete with music, dazzling dances and theatrical performances amidst great zest, vibrancy and elation, left the audience spell-bound.
The finesse with which the children enacted their roles and danced to the tune of the songs left the parents overwhelmed with emotions.
Shri Om Pathak, the Chairman of DPSG Society, in his address appreciated the talent showcased by the students of the school and stated that the overriding objective of education is to prepare children for life. It should equip them with the life skills that would help them fair well and face the challenges of life. He said, “The autonomy of the children should be respected, and they should be allowed to discover their potential and learn from their mistakes.”
Eventually the evening came to an end with the vote-of-thanks presented by the School Headboy. The programme rode to a final crescendo with the evening air reverberating the National anthem, sung in unison by all present.