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69th Independence Day Celebration 2015
Event Start Date : 15/08/2015 Event End Date 15/08/2015

69th Independence Day Celebration at D.A.V. Public school Nerul, Navi Mumbai

Gaiety and fervor marked the celebration of Independence day at DAV Public School Nerul .The school was beautifully decorated with festoons and balloons in the hues of the tricolour. Prof Col Dr James Thomas was the Chief Guest for the occasion. Programmme commenced with hoisting of the tricolor flag, followed by the singing national anthem .Beautifully synchronized group of energrtic DAVians marched past the august gathering.

In his Independence Day address to the students the Regional Director elaborated that it is the need of the hour for the students to remain proactive, optimistic, dedicated and shoulder responsibilities to continue with the journey of the progress that the nation had started 68 years back. He also emphasised on imbibing the qualities of leadership and stressed on importance of freedom.

The Chief Guest in his speech inspired the students to remain committed to the nation and instill a deep sense of pride in the country. At the same time he motivated the students to acquire necessary skill and competence to contribute in the progress and development of the nation.

The students delivered speeches in English, Marathi and Hindi where they expressed their ideas on the true meaning of freedom and the duty and responsibility of the youth to contribute in nation building.

The investiture ceremony of the prefectorial body was held and deserving young talents of our school were bestowed with the responsibility of leading their school from the front with their commitment, confidence and competence. The head boy, head girl, captains and vice - captains of the four houses and the sports captain were invested with duties and responsibilities for the current academic session. The honoured guest administered the Oath of office and gave away the badges to all members of the Student Council.

The students then presented a vibrant cultural programme consisting of melodiously rendered patriotic songs celebrating the beauty of our motherland and paying respectful tribute to our freedom fighters and martyrs. The hall resounded to the mesmerizing tunes of “Vande mataram” which was accompanied by both Indian and Western instruments.

The youth represent the hope for the future and are an invaluable asset to the nation. Their hopes and aspirations for growth and prosperity are indeed the aspirations of the nation itself. If the youth of today is awakened it can change the world into a world free of all the vices. A dance medley by the students presented this thought of awakening. In a thought provoking dance performance the students performed on the theme of social evil of violence against women and women empowerment.

With that the celebrations came to an end with a vote of thanks.