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Inter National Day - SAPTA PARV

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Report on Inter National Day - SAPTA PARV

“Schools are natural magnets for community activities”

The 'Seven continents' of the world  which includes Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe, and Australia are land and continuous masses of land. In 1912, German scientist Alfred Wegener proposed a theory which he called continental drift. According to Wegener's theory, Earth's continents once formed a single, giant landmass, which he called Pangaea. Over millions of years, Pangaea slowly broke apart, eventually forming the continents as they are today. 

          Number 7 always has its importance in various fields. Aiming at this, an Inter National Day Celebration was held in our school on 27/08/2022 on the theme “Sapta Parv - Rejoicing the essence of world’s culture”. Cultural dances and exhibitions were the important features of this event, where Grade I – IX learners performed dances related to the nine countries from the seven continents which are New Zealand, Vietnam, Ukraine, Spain, South Korea, Mexico, France and Egypt. An exhibition was also organised where the learners displayed information related to these countries in a very creative and artistic way. 

Celebrating cultural programmes provides the school with an opportunity to showcase its achievements. It also gives students an opportunity to hone their various talents and interact with their teachers in a more informal environment.  Such functions are also organised to exhibit students’ talent, remove their stage fear, boost up confidence and teach them teamwork. 

The event began with the introduction and welcoming of the dignitaries and Chief Guests Mr. Sneh Savani, Director PPSU & Ms. Ananta Uppal, Professor of Linguistic Studies, PPSU. Traditional way of beginning any function is lamp lighting and prayer. So, dignitaries and the Guests were welcomed on the stage for lamp lighting and prayers.

All the invitees were welcomed by all the participants through the welcome dance performance. Then students from Grade I to IX presented the cultural dance of their respective countries. After the magnificent performance, last but not the least, a closing ceremony dance was performed by all the participants to give a message of a happy ending. The cultural programme ended after the vote of thanks and National Anthem. All the dignitaries, guests and parents headed towards the exhibition and gathered an ocean of knowledge from the learners about the nine different countries.