On November 26, 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India, and to commemorate this, the Constitution day also known as National Law Day or Samvidhan Diwas, was celebrated in our school today. The students along with Principal and teachers took the preamble pledge at 11 a.m.
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World Television Day is observed on 21 November to highlight the daily value of television that it plays in communication and globalisation and the Students participated as a part of the theatre programme.
Children’s Day was celebrated at School with enthusiasm. Colourful programme was presented by teachers of our school to celebrate Children’s Day. Teachers sang, danced and enacted onstage to make the morning memorable.
November 01 is celebrated as a state festival on the occasion of the formation of the state, Karnataka.
Kannada Rajyotsava was celebrated with patriotic fervor in the school with teachers dressed in the theme colours of Karnataka . Our Principal, Shobhana Prabhakaran lit the lamp to commence the celebrations. In her address to the students, she reiterated on the need to know about the greatness of our state and on the importance of learning the local language which helps in creating a sense of belonging and an emotional bond with the place we have chosen as our home and also convenient for all purposes like business and other interactions in our daily lives. Plays and poems written by famous Kannada personalities were showcased by the students through dances where they also expressed their gratitude to the people who fought for Karnataka, leaders, sportsmen, poets, scientists, and farmers. The highlight of the programme was a dance drama by the students that focused on how we need to protect our rivers and thereby solve the farmer’s problems. On a special note, Rajyotsava will be celebrated in the school for the whole month of November
The theme of the World environment day being Air pollution, an awareness walkathon was held by NEF trust for both the National Hill View Public schools and GAT college raising slogans and holding placards leaving motorists and the residents of RR nagar in awe. Dollu kunitha, a traditional folk dance on the need to save the environment was also performed.
As usual, at the special assembly, Our Principal, Mrs. Shobhana Prabhakaran, reinforced on the health hazards and pollution, depletion, and ignorance and on how we could make our environment a conducive place to live in. She emphasized on each and every one taking up the responsibility, by starting from home and school, of a clean environment by paying attention to saving water and electricity, growing more plants and replacing those that have been uprooted, and being more careful while disposing waste.
A MIME on the Environment was performed by our students
The lower and pre-primary children took a nature walk in our school campus displaying posters and raising slogans all making a conscious impact on the minds of everyone.
Let us pledge to make the Environment day an everyday affair.