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National Unity Day Celebration at Bhavans SIS

Sunday, December 1, 2019

National Unity Day Celebration at Bhavans SIS

As part of the event listed by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Delhi, Smart Indian School Kuwait honoured the 144th birth anniversary of an eminent personality, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel on 30th October 2019. This year’s theme for Rashtriya Ekta Diwas, which was introduced by the Government of India with a strong intention to promote unity and the spirit of resilience, called up for ‘Integration of India’. It was truly a privilege to fortify the minds and hearts with thoughtfulness and thought-provoking words of unity rendered by our incomparable patriots. Highlighting on the celebration, the students of grades 3 to 7 observed the unique day by indulging in many activities. The significance of the day and the reason to rejoice on this particular day were well pointed out through the pledge which centered on the theme of integrity. The students of grade 4 pledged the message of integrity in the morning assembly and the school voiced their solidarity for it.

The students of grades 3 to 5 had an enlightening session on the National Unity Day. The day that let the nation prosper through the notion of being one to fight for a common cause was screened in the form of video presentation after which the students had taken up a quiz. This helped them to gather and remember some information of this special day. Poster making found a prettifying effect in the hands of grades 6 and 7 where the children enthusiastically assembled the pictures, famous quotes and slogans of the day to make it even more special. Collage work really impressed the viewers to get the gist of the day at its pristine best. The involvement of students really deserved a mention as they proved themselves to be the curious participants by bringing out the task in the most productive way. These activities were planned and executed perfectly by the Department of Social Science.

The day spent to get enriched on this red-letter day enabled the students to carry positive thoughts and offer the overwhelming gratitude for our rich and sacrificial past.

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