NewZNew (Chandigarh) : The Junior Wing of Shishu Niketan Public School (SNPS 43), Sec 43-A, Chandigarh, celebrated Jashn 2015, the annual day of the school amid much fun & frolic. Proud parents enjoyed the bouquet of activities that showcased the students’ talent in singing, dance & acting.
The event started with an enchanting Ganesh Vandana presentation by students of Class V. Tiny tots from Nursery performed on rhymes like ‘Ants Go Marching’, ‘Crocodile Rock’ & ‘Gummy Bears’. A colourful presentation was when the little ones from Kindergarten performed on signature songs of their favourite cartoon characters including Mowgli, Chhota Bheem, Shin Chan. Class I students took the audience back to the golden era of television with their performance on the much celebrated song on importance of unity — ‘Ek Chidiya Anek Chidiya’. Class I students’ musical enactment of Ramayana was unique & gave a feel of the festive season. It was a modern day interpretation of Ramayana showing the victory of Good over evil with the use of technology.
‘Tribute to Indian Cinema’, a presentation by the students of Class II showcased the transition of the Indian cinema and the revolution from the Black & White era to the present day 3-D effects. It was a peep inside the Indian cinema that transported the audience to the times of the evergreen stars including Raj Kapoor, Dev Anand, Shammi Kapoor, Rajesh khanna & Rishi Kapoor. ‘Karma’ by the student of Class III displaying the age old saying ‘As you sow, so shall you reap’. Students of Class III dressed in the attire of Angels and Devils presented this act.
Class V students’ showcased a parody on corruption using an enactment of the all-time favourite tales of Akbar & Birbal. The event concluded with the award winning music score by A.R. Rahman — Jai Ho, a song that spread a feeling of patriotism and fervor. The song was presented by the students of Class IV. Administrator of the School Dr. Ashish Sharma gave a vote of thanks.
Principal, Mrs. Veena Arora said, “At SNPS 43, we aim at the holistic growth of a child. Such events give the students a breather from the monotonous academic schedule and it also reduces their stage fear. The school’s Senior Wing will also soon present their show under Jashn 2015.”