Annual function organized at SRM Global school, Raipurani, Panchkula
Rakesh Chaudhary | 19 May 2014

A colorful fusion of Indian and western culture and a harmonious of blend of music and dance marked the annual function which was organized by SRM Global school on Saturday. Er.Roshan jindal, CMD, SRM Group, Naraingarh, Ambala was the chief guest on the occasion. The function began with the "Saraswati Vandana" song. The function involved participation from all the students of the school.

The inaugural ceremony commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the chief guest Er. Roshan lal jindal. The tiny tots of the school attired in beautiful Indian traditional costumes danced to the tunes of numbers depicting unity in diversity not only in country but also in classrooms.

The spirit of patriotism came to the fore in a dance choreography "vande matram" followed by a winning western dance. "Against dowry" an play was presented which highlighted how dowry is becoming a huge problem of modern world. Radha krishan blissful dance created a harmonious aura in the atmosphere. Later fancy dress competition caught the audience attention. The progamme rose to a crescendo with a bhangra presentation, which had every one tapping their feet. Lungi dance performance had everyone tapping their feet and clapping their hands.

Ms Ritu Jindal said the school aimed at ensuring intellectual and physical development of students in a vibrant academic environment. Er. Roshan Lal Jindal graced the function being the chief guest. He stressed that such functions holds the emotional values, thus put a mark in child’s memory and help him to bond with the things. 

In today's time where our minds are boggled with our hectic schedules and responsibilities such functions act like a ladder in our child’s life, enabling him to climb the peaks of success in his life. Rakesh Chaudhary, Media Advisor, SRM Global Group, said that such activities create competitiveness and which makes a child turned to be a final achiever in his life.

With all distinguished guests, Ritu Jindal too appreciated the hard work of tiny tots and congratulated staff members for taking the task done through them successfully.