|Annual Day Function|
Nearly 2000 people gathered on 14th November 2011 at the Dyal Singh Public School College ground to attend the annual function. It was indeed a pleasant sight to see people of every age group together showing their utmost affection, love, support and dedication to the school. The evening started with welcome of Chief Guest by Principal and Cabinet Members along with Bouquet Presentation and Tulsi Presentation. The function began with the lightening of Deepshikha. Principal delivered a brief welcome speech and introduced the Chief Guest to the assembled people. Then the Principal read out the annual report of the school in which she gave a detailed account of the school activities and the work done by it during the session. Our glorious and outstanding students those who have brought laurels to our school were facilitated.
The Chief Guest gave away the prizes. The students were awarded Moementos and Certificates. As each winner received a prize, he was loudly cheered by the audience. After this, the Chief Guest showered his blessings. He congratulated the prize winners and wished them all success in life. Lastly he praised the Principal for his admirable administration. In between students of class VIII alongwith their teacher incharges released hand written magazine’Udaan’. Such class magazines are a distinctive feature of the school and they give ample opportunities to express their literary talent. Principal gave a vote of thanks and after this the cultural programme started at accurate time. It was a belle woven with dance and drama with an outstanding them ukjh ds Lo:i. It started with background commentary There were 9 performances which depicted the role of women in different ages starting from their origin. First song was ‘ Dhanya Nari’ dedicated to the life of a lady and her roles in life. Second was ‘Classical Dance’ oj depicting the origin of nature. Third was ‘Radha Krishnan’ dance to show the power of woman in enchanting the God. Fourth performance was ‘Padmini’ to show the condition of women in.
Medieval India, her bravery and sacrifices. Fifth was ‘Fusion Dance’ to show the critical condition of women when they were used as a source of entertainment for the Gods as well as Kings as Devdasis & Rajdasis. Sixth was ‘Jhansi Ki Rani’ to show the Durga Roop of Lady & to save country from the hands of Britishers and started a freedom struggle. Seventh was ‘Aasman Ko’ to show the present condition of women & her flight in all fields of life and to plunge herself in the battle field of life fully armoured with her talent. ‘Betiyan’ was a kind of performance which spell bounded all the audience sitting there with touching lines. Foetus were shown to express their desire to take birth and appealed mothers not to kill them in womb & stop female foeticide. ‘Tu Hi Tu’ last but not the least dedicated to all the women of the world to give them a salute and to make them feel proud of being a woven. This whole performance was women with a Huge Choir group which depicted different stories & episodes of women of different ages.
The function came to an end with National Anthem. Mr. C.K. Sawhney was touched with the performances of students and appealed to the audience to give a chance and support to girls to become economically independent. The Chief Guest, the gentry, the members of the staff along with their families then went to take refreshment and tea. The programme was appreciated by one & all.