REVERENCE 2019, THE 16th ANNUAL FUNCTION-DAY 1
Reverence 2019, the 16th Annual Function of Delhi Public School Ruby Park,Kolkata an occasion of celebration and felicitation was held on 27th April 2019 and 28th April 2019.
The Chief Guest on Day 1 of the two-day extravaganza was Ms. Roshni Sen, who is the 3rd Principal Secretary at Department of Technical Education, Training and Skill Development and has designed programmes like the Kanyashree Prakalpa and implemented the Utkarsha Bangla, a Skill Development initiative. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest ,the Guest of Honour, popular Bengali columnist, lyricist, poet, singer and director Shri Chandril Bhattacharya who is also one of the main lyricists and occasional singer of the renowned Bangla band, Chandrabindoo, President of the School Managing Committee Shri S. S. Agarwal, the Pro- Vice Chairman Shri Alok Tibrewal and the Principal Smt Joyoti Chaudhuri .This was accompanied by the chanting of the Ganesh Stuti.
An enchanting rendition of Ma Saraswati Sharde by the school choir comprising 80 students invoked the blessings of Maa Saraswati and set the mood for an enthralling evening of brilliant performances by students . A well-synchronised rendition of the composition ‘Through the clouds a peek at the enigmatic animal world below’ was presented by the school orchestra that comprised 80 participants. The Principal then highlighted the achievements of the students in the previous academic year through an impressive power point presentation extolling the zeal and commitment of the school towards nurturing talent and inculcating the values of perseverance and dedication. She also thanked the parents for their continued support in the various programmes and projects initiated by the school.
The highlight of the day was the Prize distribution ceremony – the rewarding of the sincere and relentless efforts of the students in academics. Students of classes 1-6 were felicitated with Blue Blazers, Gold Badges , Honour Badges and the Prizes for Special Attendance. A total of 300 students received the various awards.
It was then time for the audience to enjoy the in-house production ,‘The Jungle Book’. An ensemble cast of 600 actors, dancers, singers were involved in the vibrant and entertaining stage adaptation of the timeless classic by Rudyard Kipling, the tale of Mowgli.Filled with humour and excitement, the play highlighted the struggle of good versus evil, the worth of friendship and the importance of loyalty and other values required for survival.
The program came to an end with the Vote of thanks and the singing of the National Anthem.