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ICSK Khaitan celebrates Children’s Day
December 7, 2016, 12:15 pm

ICSK Khaitan celebrated Children’s Day on 14 November at its premises.

It was a fun-filled day for the students as the teachers held a number of activities.

The campus was buzzing with excitement and joy of children who were beautifully dressed-up.

The birthday of the first Prime Minister of India, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru is celebrated as Children’s Day in India in recognition of his affectionate bond with children. Children used to call him fondly as Chacha (Uncle) Nehru, which has then become a nick name to him.

The teachers conducted special assemblies and entertained the children with mesmerizing songs, mimes, skits, dances and speeches. There were also children’s films, stories and power point presentations. A class sharing party was arranged by the pupils after the celebrations. The School also distributed sweets to all students.

‘We are the future; the hope for a brighter tomorrow’ was the slogan for the day. K. G. Shirsath, the Principal, greeted the students and wished them ‘Happy Children’s Day’ on behalf of the whole ICSK family. He also appreciated the teachers for their wonderful performances that had brightened up the day.

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