Nine reputed educational institutions honoured as per Gurukul Parampara

Nine reputed educational institutions honoured as per Gurukul Parampara

JAMMU: Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) Jammu East on Monday conducted Guru Vandan-Chhatra Abhinandan programme in the premises of Environment Educational Institute, Jullaka Mohalla, Jammu. The programme commenced with lighting of traditional lamp by Priya Sethi, former Minister and Spokesperson BJP, who was the Chief Guest on the occasion.

Arun Sharma, Regional Secretary; Amita Sharma, State President; Anil Sharma, Branch President; Ved Parkash Padha, Branch Secretary; Gopal Sharma, State Organising Secretary and Usha Anand, Principal of the Institution were also present on the occasion. A number of children of the school presented Saraswati Vandana followed by Vande Mataram.During the programme, nine reputed educational institutions were honoured as per Gurukul Parampara.

Pertinent to mention here that this programme is conducted every year nationwide to inculcate Sanskars among students besides developing cordial relationship between teachers, students and their parents. The students garlanded and performed Aarti Vandana followed by Charan Sparash of their teachers. Teachers blessed their students for a bright and successful career ahead.

On the occasion, about 150 children took an oath to make J&K free from polythene, drugs besides joining hands to Save Water.

The schools which participated in the event included S D Kanya Vidyalaya Jullaka Mohalla, JK Public School, S M Jain Higher Secondary School, Oriental Academy, Luthra Higher Secondary School, Tiny Tots Higher Secondary School, Alexander Memorial School and DBN Higher Secondary School Jammu. The best students and teachers of various institutions were presented trophies and certificates during the programme. The proceedings of the event were carried out by Jyotsna Sharma.
Others present on the occasion included Ved Parkash Padha, Rakesh Gupta, Kushal Kumar, Dr S M Anand, Jyotsna Sharma, Nandini Shukla and Ravinder Thakur.

State Times : 24 September, 2019

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