Event Date: 15 Aug 2023 Last Date: 15 Aug 2023 Total Photo : 35
SCHOLAR BADGE CEREMONY IX-XII
“The destiny of a nation is shaped in its classrooms.”
In the wake of the 77th Independence Day of India, Lotus valley International School, Noida organised its dual celebration of Independence Day and Scholar Badge Ceremony. The event was graced by the Chief Guest, Mr Sanjay Singh, IPS, Special Commissioner of Police, Delhi, the school Vice Chairperson, Ms Sureena Uppal, and the Director Principal, Dr. Ruchi Seth. The event began with a flag hoisting ceremony and singing of the National Anthem, followed by a cultural extravaganza in the school auditorium. A philharmonic orchestra set the tone for the day, where students wove a magical Indo-Western symphony. Students paid a hearty tribute to their teachers through an artistic rendition of Guru Vandana, structured with a fusion of Kathak and Bharatnatyam. The school Director Principal, Dr Ruchi Seth underscored the significance of resilience and adaptability. She also urged parents to continue to inculcate the right values in the children. While congratulating the badge holders, The Principal acknowledged the hard work of the teachers and expressed her sincere belief that LVIS is cultivating a generation of innovators and world citizens, who would be prepared to perform multiple responsibilities.
The Academic Coordinator, Ms Sukriti Roy announced the names of the scholar badge holders, who paraded the stage to accept their badges from the guests, making their parents and grandparents proud. This was followed by the felicitation of teachers and staff, who have completed ten and fifteen years of service in the institution. The Vice Principal (Academics) Ms Jyoti Vats performed the felicitation of staff. The Chief Guest, Mr Sanjay Singh lauded the efforts of the performers and the meritorious students alike and added that even those who didn’t secure a badge are immensely capable and should never give up on trying to be the best. He especially urged parents to not compare children as each person is unique. Mr Sanjay Singh advocated to students to always speak up against the wrong and injustice. A tribute to the martyrs was paid through an elaborate dance drama, Rhythm of Freedom. The felicitous event culminated in a song of unity, Saare Jahan se Achcha, where the entire gamut of performers and the student council decorated the stage and lent their voice in solidarity.