New Delhi, Nov. 26, 2016: Apeejay School, Pitampura was a witness to a spectacular and scintillating evening as the School celebrated the Silver Jubilee Felicitation Ceremony which was presided over by Mrs. Sushma Paul Berlia, Chairman, Apeejay Education Society, distinguished dignitaries, alumni and parents.
Welcoming the esteemed guests comprising erudite scholars, alumni, parents, students and staff members, Mr. D.K. Bedi, School Principal, affirmed that it was an evening of thanksgiving to friends and supporters who had guided the School to its present growth & glory and a celebration of the glorious journey of Apeejay School, Pitampura in the last twenty five years.
Feeling immensely elated and proud on establishing Apeejay School, Pitampura as a School with an identity of its own, Mrs. Sushma Paul Berlia, Chairman, Apeejay Education Society, appreciated the sincere efforts of the teachers for nurturing the students. Taking the celebratory mood further, Mrs. Berlia felicitated all distinguished dignitaries, educationists, teachers and alumni who, with their collective wisdom, collaboration and guidance, had helped in nurturing the ethos of the School.
A short film made by the students, titled ‘Samparwah’ conceived and directed by the students, beautifully captured the mesmerising events that marked the Silver Jubilee journey of the School and enthralled the audience. A special Silver Jubilee souvenir was also released on the occasion by Mrs. Berlia.
Weaving together the elements of Apeejayian philosophy imparted through the 25 years of the School, 384 students cast a magical spell on the audience through their cultural extravaganza. A poignant Mime Act brought out the patriotic fervor among the audience through its silent depiction of tale of valour and sacrifice. The Junior Choir captured the hearts of the audience with their spirited rendition of the School motto ‘Soaring High is my Nature’.
The evening concluded with a soul stirring presentation Insaan Hai Hum, an appeal by the students,highlighting the importance of being humane in the development of society and thereby progress of a nation.