Class Teacher : MS. DEEPIKA MALHOTRA
Class Rep : Ms. Ritu Kumar/Ms. Ashima Aggarwal
Vice Principal: Ms. Anita Singh
Topic: International Children’s Day. National Integration Day Shakespeare forever
Date : 17/11/2016
Cultural Program Incharge : Ms. Binu Channan
IT Incharge : Ms. Sarika Kaushal
Photography : Mr. Shankar Giri
India is a multi-racial and multilingual country but the culture of our country makes her people feel that they are the children of mother India. India is an excellent example of ‘Unity in Diversity‘. Foreign invasions and conquests from time to time, could not crush the spirit of unity of culture.
It is said that the greatest need of a person in life is the feeling of ‘being wanted’ and ‘being noticed’. This unquenchable thirst, is found in every human being. It is particularly true in the case of children. They long to be wanted, shown affection and appreciated. Hence, we celebrate children’s day.
William Shakespeare, was the man whose plays have influenced the play writers of the modern world. He has made several contributions to English Literature which are unforgettable. He will be thought of by each and every play writer, or rather, a person who writes.
IX-K incorporated all these themes in their assembly beautifully in atheir unique way.