JN Petit School celebrates annual concert
Schools during the ceremony reward their staff and students for their outstanding performances and entertain the audience, which consists of the parents of their students. Each school celebrates this ceremony in its own way with different themes each year.
Pune: Most of the schools are out to celebrate their Annual Concert and Prize Distribution ceremony. Schools during the ceremony reward their staff and students for their outstanding performances and entertain the audience, which consists of the parents of their students. Each school celebrates this ceremony in its own way with different themes each year. One such ceremony was held at The JN Petit Technical High School, Pune from October 4 to 6.
The theme for their ceremony was ‘Aprajita’, the reverberating echo of the saga of our invincible motherland India. The programme began with invocation of the Almighty, followed by the Annual Report for the year 2017-18 which showcased various achievements of the students, staff and the school and recognising and appreciating their efforts. A rejuvenating performance called Tarangini (meaning a river) by the nursery students made the occasion more energetic as they portrayed the feeling of nationalism. It was an amazing experience to watch the tiny tots.
The next performance was from the primary kids who sang the Adig-Parcham, the tale of valour of the unconquerable Aprajita. The primary kids came up with more acts like the Janani Janmabhumi, which displayed the kaleidoscopic panorama of the colours of India and its heritage. It was a breath-taking performance by them which brought showers of appreciations upon them.
When the kids from pre-schools were out with their best, how could the primary children lack behind? Aisa Desh Hai Mera, put up by the students of the middle school was a motley of energetic dances weaving a fabric of the variety of folk dances of various states which brought the audiences to their feet. Even the secondary choir team showcased their talent by singing Aprajita, the pulse of Unity in Diversity and the grandeur of the values of peaceful co-existence.
Last but not the least, the students of the secondary section portrayed Atulya, the dominating emotion of the uniqueness of diversity of our glorious motherland which aroused the feeling of pride for our motherland in each and everyone who was the part of the audience. It was a thrilling experience to watch these lads perform.
The students enthralled the audience with their thoroughly professional and fun-filled performance which the audience felt and appreciated them with thunders of claps. The theme was conceptualised and put in form by the school, the aim being to bring to each heart an array of joy, music, dance, colour, culture, heritage, grandeur … a kaleidoscope presentation of the rich and varied culture and heritage our great motherland, Aprajita.