Jalandhar April 15 (Jaswinder Singh Azad)- The festivities, cheer and vibrancy were at the peak in Jashan- e- Baisakhi organized at HMV Collegiate Sr. Sec. School . The students completely dazzled in Punjabi attires welcomed the worthy guest Dr.( Mrs.) Ajay Sareen with Punjabi folk songs and their wonderfully drafted rangoli which filled the eyes with colours of Punjab. School Coordinator Dr. Seema Marwaha felicitated the guest with the green planter. The celebration commenced with DAV Gaan.
The students enthusiastically participated in Poster Making and Elocution and Poem Recitation Competition exhibiting rich Punjabi heritage and Culture. While congratulating the students on the occasion of Baisakhi, Dr. (Mrs.) Ajay Sareen felt immensely elated as for the farmers this day reaps a good harvest. She beautifully explained the relation between a teacher and a student that teacher is like the charioteer of the life of students just like Lord Krishna showed Arjuna the right path, the teacher also illuminated the path of the students with knowledge. She laid emphasis to walk on the right path always and it is chosen prudently with analytical skills which is developed by teachers.
On this event, the role of judges was skilfully performed
On this event, the role of judges was skilfully performed by Dr. Shuchi, Mr. Ravi, Mrs. Renu, Mrs. Upma and Ms. Sukriti. In Elocution Competition the first position was grabbed by km. Sehaj Vij and km. Shrishti Jain secured the second position. Km. Suneha, km. Jaismeen, km. Jiya secured first, second and third positions respectively in Poster Making Competition. In Poem Recitation Competition, the first position was attained by km. Anmol and the second position was obtained by Km. Ankita.
The happiness of celebrations multiplied a lot with the mellifluous singing of Pawni, a student of SSC 1 Arts who has been the semi finalist of Voice Of Punjab. The Punjabi Folk Songs in her voice filled the atmosphere with energy and vigour. The students also presented Bhangra. In the end, the school coordinator gave vote of thanks and said that every festival brings package of happiness and attaches us with rich cultural, and religious heritage and the celebration of these festivals is highly significant for the holistic development of students.
The stage was skilfully conducted by Km. Ashu and Km. Gurnoor. On this occasion, Mrs. Mamta, Head English Department and all the faculty members of collegiate section were present.