DPS Ranchi students rock show in Annual Function

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DPS Ranchi students rock show in Annual Function

Sunday, 18 August 2019 | PNS | Ranchi

DPS, Ranchi (Class III-V) students mesmerised audiences while celebrating their Annual Function “Yugaantar” here on Saturday with their extraordinary performances. Justice Sujit Narayan Prasad, Justice SN Pathak, Justice Anil Kumar Chaudhary, Justice Kailash Prasad Deo, Justice Sanjay Kumar Dwivedi, and Justice Deepak Roshan graced the occasion.

The programme began with the rendition of the welcome song which was an amalgamation of all the foreign languages like French, German, Japanese and Spanish, that are being taught in the school to nurture them into global citizens. This was followed by an extravagant instrumental symphony called “Rhapsody”.

Principal Ram Singh addressed the audience, appreciating the flamboyance of the students and congratulated them for showcasing a quintessential performance. He emphasised that the junior wing is the foundation of any school and needs to be well prepared for the secondary level of education. He said that parents’ role in student’s personality, career guidance and overall development cannot be ignored. He appreciated the idea of including ability test to develop the analytical skills, logical reasoning & thinking capabilities of students and preparing them for the relevant competitive exams.

The students performed a Dance-Drama known as “Anvarat...Change is constant”. It was an exhilarating performance accompanied by the exceptional lighting, sound effects, and a strong message of “Change is the law of nature”. The performance was based on the fact that Change is the only constant phenomenon which is continuous and inevitable. After an invigorating performance, the scholars were felicitated and also “DIPS TIME”, the annual school magazine was released.

The next was a well-executed dance presentation by the students of Deeptabh which captivated the audience. The revered guests complimented the students for their laudable and praiseworthy presentation. They were visibly impressed by the impeccable performance showcased by the students.  Justice Sujit Narayan Prasad mentioned about ‘Deeptabh’ as an important contribution by DPS Ranchi and a splendid social initiative by the school, which reinforces ones faith in humanity. He was impressed by the noble act especially because despite being the number one school in the city, the school has not forgotten its moral obligation towards the society where it not only provides free education to these students but also gives them free books, notebooks, uniforms, school bags, water bottles, etc. He greeted the audience and appreciated the efforts of the young talented students for their enthralling performance. Concluding the event, students came together for the Grand Finale and the Head Boy Sayan Sahu extended the vote of thanks.

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