Basant Panchami & Saraswati Puja Celebrations
Noida, January 29, 2020: To welcome the spring season, Basant Panchami and Saraswati Puja were celebrated by the students on January 29, 2020. On this auspicious occasion, the Pre-Primary students presented an action song in their colourful dresses. They offered floral prayers to Maa Saraswati, the Goddess of Knowledge and Art.
The Primary Department the School courtyard was decked up with vibrant flowers. The celebration started with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the Primary In-Charge. A talk on the importance of the festival was also presented. The students melodiously sang the 'Saraswati Vandana' and created an enchanting atmosphere.
To mark the festivities, the students came dressed in yellow coloured attire and participated in colourful kite flying in the School ground. The In-Charge wished and prayed that may Goddess Saraswati shower them with melodious voices, intelligence and glory.
Effusive Carnival ‘VIBRANCE 2020’
Noida, January 19, 2020: Apeejay School, Noida, hosted a mirthful Carnival ‘VIBRANCE 2020’ on January 19, 2020. The much awaited event was held in the School premises, keeping afloat the spirit of merriment, celebration and charity.
The eminent guests for the day were Mr Manoj Tiwari, Member of Parliament, Mr Anurag Tripathi, Secretary, Central Board of Secondary Education and Mr Deepak Chaurasia, Editor-in-Chief, News Nation. School Principal Mr A.K. Sharma accorded a green welcome to the guests and introduced them to the audience. Mr Manoj Tiwari shared his days of struggle as a singer and an actor and how he used to aspire to visit the Apeejay campus. He enthralled the audience by singing a well-known number for them.
Mr Anurag Tripathi congratulated the school for organising this mega event. He further stated that fun and frolic are equally important for the overall development of the students.
The School believes in the maxim ‘No celebration is complete without the tenderness of humanity’. Keeping it in mind, the School warmly welcomed the students of Jan Jagriti School of Sector 17, Noida, to be the part of merriment and they were given gift hampers. This School has been adopted by Apeejay School, Noida. Following the same spirit, a Blood Donation Camp was also organised by the School’s Interact Club and 36 units were collected as the visitors donated generously.
The School was brilliantly and colorfully decked and pulsated with scintillating music and a lively crowd. Be it a child or adult, the carnival had something in store for every age group, including game stalls, DJ, etc. An array of edible delights, raffle draw and exciting prizes ensured a memorable evening. Dances by various groups of students further made the evening colorful. Some solo performances also mesmerised the audience and left an indelible impression.