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27Dec

Honours Ceremony
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HONOURS CEREMONY 

New Era Public School organizes the Honours Ceremony every year to acknowledge the achievements, talents and values of the outgoing class XII.

This year, the event was held on 27th December 2016. Lt. General Arun Sahni, a decorated officer with 40 years of commissioned service in the Indian Army and an alumnus of the National Defense Academy and Indian Military Academy graced the ceremony as the Chief Guest and Mr Y.P. Purang, Chairman of New Era Public School was the Guest of Honour.

The function began with the lighting of the lamp. It was followed by a heart touching audio visual presentation highlighting the achievements of class XII during the year. The presentation was received with great excitement and cheer.

The Principal personally read out the citations of each student of class XII amidst loud applause and announced their proficiencies. The Principal also announced the valedictorian of the year 2016-17, the outgoing Head Girl Yashwi Singh.

The Chief Guest Lt. General Arun Sahni, Mr Y.P. Purang, Mrs Usha Chopra and Mrs Vandana Chawla encouraged and inspired students to focus on the task at hand and accomplish their goals and wished them well for the journey that lies ahead of them.

The program concluded with a solemn candle lighting ceremony, symbolising the transfer of charge from the outgoing student council to the incoming student council.

    23Dec

    Investiture Ceremony
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    Investiture Ceremony (2016-17)

    To foster leadership qualities in students, encourage them to assume positions of responsibility, as well as, to reward the students who display impeccable leadership skills, the school identifies students to become a part of the School Student Council.

    This year, the Investiture Ceremony was organised on 23rd  December 2016 in the presence of the Founding Principal and Director, Mrs Usha Chopra and the Principal, Mrs Vandana Chawla. Following due process, a number of deserving students were chosen to be a part of the Student Council and carry out different responsibilities. The old council members handed over the charge to the new council members. The new council members  received their badges from Mrs Chopra and Mrs Chawla, following which, the members took the solemn oath to uphold the honour and dignity of the school and strive to be good role models for their juniors.

    The outgoing Head Boy, Kunal Saraf and the Head Girl, Yashwi Singh thanked the Principal for her encouragement and support. They also wished luck to the newly appointed Student Council. The new Head Boy, Rachit Jain and the Head Girl, Hansika Diwan, on behalf of the entire council, expressed their gratitude to the school for entrusting them with the responsibility and promised to discharge them diligently. 

      20Dec

      Annual Prize Function(Primary)
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      The Annual Prize distribution ceremony for class I and II was held on 20th December, 2016. The function began with the ‘Saraswati vandana’ and lighting of the lamp for an auspicious beginning. The honourable Director and head of all New Era institutions, Mrs Usha Chopra spoke to the elite gathering and emphasized that it was important to spend quality time with one’s children.
      The Prize distribution followed and proud children walked up to receive certificates and prizes from the Director and the Principal for academic excellence and full attendance.

      The choir of class I and II with ‘Udhte hain udhte hain’ set the mood for a flight for freedom. The melodious song mesmerized the audience as small hands clapped and small feet tapped to the rhythm of the song.

       The Principal, Mrs Vandana Chawla addressed the gathering, stressing on parents contribution towards the holistic and all round development of the children. Her words set the stage for the play “Born free”- a curtain raiser to showcase the importance of freedom in a living beings life. The programme brought to light the fact that everyone has a right to freedom and should be given a chance to spread out their wings and fly. It gave glimpses of the Indian Freedom struggle and Mahatma Gandhi’s contribution to India’s independence. The play ended on the note that the battle was not yet over. The torch lit by Mahatma Gandhi is being carried forward by people in different parts of the world like Malala Yousafzai, Nelson Mandela, His holiness the Dalai Lama to name a few.

      The audience applauded the efforts of the students.
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