Jalandhar April 28 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- The inaugural Havan for the new academic session 2023-24 for SSC 1 of Collegiate School was performed at Hans Raj Mahila Maha Vidyalaya. The new session as well as the day began on a very enthusiastic note. Everyone joined hands in chanting the holy mantras and invoking the blessings of the Almighty for the new session.
Principal Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen welcomed the students of SSC-1 and prayed for the blessings of the Almighty. With her powerful words, she inspired the young students to develop sustainably with diligence, self- control, and knowledge. She told the students to leave no stone unturned and be the epitome of success so that every other girl feel inspired. She blessed them to spread the fragrance of goodness just like the divine fragrance of Havan and make the name of parents, teachers and nation proud. She also held firmly that success is definitely be achieved through focused attitude combined with persistent hard work and the blessings of Almighty and parents.
Staff Secretary, Dr. Gagandeep Kaur Head Maths Department said that devotion, passion and love are the core values to be nurtured in young mind and heart. She advised students to meditate and keep the mind away from negative thoughts and worries. On this event, Dr. Prem Sagar from the Music Department sang a Bhajan and filled the air with mellifluous divinity.
The school coordinator Dr. Seema Marwaha addressed the students
The school coordinator Dr. Seema Marwaha addressed the students by saying that self – discipline and patience are extremely important components to achieve success and every obstacle in the path of success be treated as stepping stone. She encouraged them to be invincible in life. She thanked Principal Prof. Dr. Sareen for her constant support and inspiration and assured her of the relentless and whole hearted efforts of the faculty.
The havan ceremony was ended with recital of Shanti Path by Dr. Meenu Talwar. The Havan was attended by all the members of collegiate faculty – teaching and non-teaching, the supporting staff and the students. The stage was conducted by Ms. Sukriti Sharma.