CHANDIGARH, DEC 19 :Students of St Joan’s Public School, Zirakpur presented a majestic cultural extravaganza on the annual day function at Makhan Shah Lobhana Bhawan in Sector 30 A here today. The students tried to glorify the inherent talent such as goodness, obedience, diligence and honest etc through mesmerizing plays, electrifying dances and stylish quawali.
At the outset a welcome dance set the ball rolling. Some foot tapping dances namely ‘Jamme Raho’, and ‘Nache Balleya’ were followed by meaningful English pl lays "Lazy Dingo’ , ‘Honest Woodcutter’ and Hindi play "Burrayian ka Fal."
The plays staged by Class I and II students were a treat to watch. It was altogether amazing to see tender actors competence to render their dialogues with the emotional feel bringing out the intent of the script. The cultural fiesta came to a nail-biting finish through traditional Punjabi fold dance. The exotic and colourful programme left the audience asking for more.
In the annual speech Principal Mrs Anila highlighted the achievements of the students and stated that for all-round development of child various activities like aerobics, skating, yoga, classic dance etc were being undertaken.
All class rooms are technology enable with Internet access. CCTV’s are installed for proper monitoring of the classroom activities. Our aim is to become "Digitally advanced school of the region," Mrs Shanta Nayyar, chairman of school announced the opening up of new smart classrooms, the expansion of the school in the near future. The school will open its new branch St Joan’s Global School shortly.
Mr NK Sharma, president Notified Area Commission, Zirakpur, presided over the function. Mrs Neeraj Parshricha, Regional Director RICM, Mrs Shanta Nayyar, chairman of St Joan’s Educational Society and RG Puri, former GM and president of St Joan’s Educational Society were guests of honour,
Mr Sharma said that the school was opened in Zirakpur when there was dire need of quality education in the area and it is heartening that it has met the expectations of people by building a reputation of being a thinking school with innovative methods.
Mr Parshricha praised the school for its objective to create learners for life with stress on their all-round development.