APS showcases cultural heritage

Srinagar, Dec 7: The students of Army Public School, Srinagar enthralled the audience at Chinar Auditorium with excellent presentation of cultural programme showcasing heritage of India with special focus on Kashmiri Rouf and Chakri.
 The programme was organized as a part of the annual day celebration of the school which has been adjudged number one in the academic excellence performance this year. The School received the trophy and cash award for its best performance in academics. 
 A statement said the event flourished with numerous and vibrant programmes including Kashmiri Rouf, Fashion Show, Puppet Dance, Tribal Dance, Classical Dance, Patriotic Song, Goan Dance, Hindi Play, Kashmiri Chahkri, Baand performance, Bangra, etc.
 The students showed full zeal and enthusiasm while presenting the programmes. While presiding over the inaugural session, the Chief Guest- Dy GoC 31 sub area, Chairman of the school, Brig K K Pant, expressed happiness on the successful and vibrant presentations of the programmes by the students and congratulated the school principal and the staff for attaining zenith in academic excellence. “I am highly impressed to see the hard work and dedication of the students as well as the teaching staff for making this event successful and colorful under the able guidance of school principal, Sandeep Marhatta”, he added.
 At the closing session of the event the chief guest –GOC 31 Sub Area- Maj Gen PD Hallur, Patron of the school hailed the performance and applauded the Principal and the school staff for achieving excellence in academics.
 In his welcome address, the Principal of the school, Sandeep Marhatta, presented the annual report of the school achievements. He referred to the academic excellence award received by the school at national level.

Lastupdate on : Fri, 7 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Fri, 7 Dec 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Sat, 8 Dec 2012 00:00:00 IST




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