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Swiss Cottage school in Gurgaon celebrates Graduation Day for kids
Swiss Cottage School on Saturday, March 22, celebrated the 'Graduation Day' for kids, who would go graduate from their respective classes. The celebration was especially special for students from pre-nursery to Class . On this occasion, the KG kids, who were dressed in the graduation dress were given their certificates, which was a token of appreciation for successfully completing their pre-schooling.

The Graduation ceremony was followed by cultural programs and the theme of this program was 'I for India', which has a three dimensional approach,. i.e. I for India, 'I' - 'my vision for India' and 'I' ? 'me as an Indian'.

The cultural program started with a performance by the teachers who danced on the song 'Mile Sur Mera Tumhara'. Then the cute little kids from Nursery to class two performed and imitated the various cultural dances of different states in India. The pre-nursery kids had a fashion show where the cuties were dressed in the traditional costumes of different states.

As the theme was India, so the kids performed 'Kawalli' which represented Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), 'Kuttu' dance to represent 'Tamil Nadu', 'Bhangda' for Punjab, 'Garba' for Gujrat etc. To represent Delhi, the kids have performed on the Satyamev Jayate's, title song, which also represented the political scenario in the country.

Last but not the least, there was a performance by 2nd standard kids, which was about 'unity in diversity'. The event ended with distribution of prizes and report cards to all the kids.

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