Cultural bonanza organized by Chandigarh Education Department on the eve of Republic Day

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North India Kaleidoscope Bureau

Chandigarh:

The Education Department, Chandigarh Administration organized a cultural bonanza on the eve of Republic Day, at Tagore Theatre, Sector 18, here.

An official spokesman said that Parimal Rai, IAS, Adviser to the Administrator, U.T., Chandigarh was the Chief Guest. B L Sharma, IAS, Education Secretary, Rubinderjit Singh Brar, PCS, Director School Education and other officers of the Chandigarh Administration were also present.

The programme started off with a Saraswati Vandana presented by the students of Government  Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 33. This was followed by various performances of school students:

  • A Group Song sung by the students of Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti, Sector-25
  • Dance performance by the students of Government High School, Sector- 52
  • An action dance presented by the students of Government Senior Secondary School, Sector -8
  • Skit performed by the students of GMSSS Sector-19
  • A patriotic dance performed by the students of Delhi Public School Sector-40
  • Jugni was presented by the students of GMSSS Sector-16
  • An action song by the students of Manav Mangal School Sector-21
  • Energetic Bhangra was performed by students of GMSSS, Karsan.
  • Prizes were also distributed to the winners of Kala Utsav.

 

A vote of thanks was given by Anujit Kaur, District Education Officer,UT Chandigarh.

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