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CBSE-affiliated schools of Jaipur celebrated the first ever Constitution Day
Following the circular sent by the CBSE, all the affiliated schools in Jaipur, celebrated the first ever Constitution Day on November 26. In most schools, the preamble of the Indian Constitution was read out and an oath was administered to have allegiance to the constitution. In some schools essay and poster making competitions were held.

Though, the schools felt duty bound to celebrate the event but some other school, higher education institutions and organization like NSS to joined the celebration.

It was on November 26, the constitution signing and adoption of the constitution by the constituent assembly took place. The CBSE had issued a circular for the celebration saying "India  is governed  in  terms  of  the  Constitution  of  India which   was   adopted   by   the   Constituent   Assembly   on November 26, 1949  and  came  into  force  on January 26 in 1950.  Schools will  honour our  democracy  by  celebrating November 26, 2015 as the Constitution Day." said the circular

The CBSE schools were urged to celebrate the day in the morning assembly  by organizing talks on the Constitution of the country. The head teachers were asked to administer the pledge and read out the preamble of the constitution.

The decision to celebrate the Constitution Day was taken in a meeting of the committee of secretaries, consequently, the ministry of human resource development and department of school education and literacy directed the CBSE and the schools to conduct activities to celebrate the day.

In its circular, the CBSE asked the 'School Heads to ensure that the day is celebrated in a manner to celebrate the constitution as a "living document", capable of adapting itself to current situation'. Schools were told to send a short report about the celebration with photo evidence.

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