JOY UNCONFINED AT ANNUAL DAY CELEBRATION
Our school celebrated its Annual Day in all its grandeur and gaiety on 18th September 2009 at Kamaraj Arangam, Chennai.
Dr. V. Ramamoorthi, Dean A.C. College Anna University, Chennai presided over the proceedings. Mr. T.S. Sridharan, Vice Chairman, School’s Local Managing Committee was among the dignitaries. Mrs. Seetha Kiran, Regional Director, D.A.V. Institutions, South zone welcomed the gathering.
Mrs. Minoo Aggarwal presented the Annual Report of the school which highlighted the prominent achievements of the school during the year 2008-2009 in the scholastic and co-scholastic areas.
The school magazine CHINTAN 2008-2009 was released by the Chief Guest. The magazine chronicles and highlights the literary works of the students. The first copy was received by Mr. T.S. Sridharan, Vice Chairman, School’s Local Managing Committee.
The school’s official website was launched by Mr. T.S. Sridharan, Vice Chairman School’s Local Managing Committee. This milestone move has ushered the school into the internet map.
The academic and endowment awards were given away by the Chief Guest to all the top scorers both in aggregate as well as in individual subject. Sanjeev Kumar S. was declared the Best Outgoing Student – Star of the year 2008-2009.
RESPLENDENCE 2009 – The cultural bonanza showcased the talents of about 450 students involving classes IV to XII.
Aasathoma Sathgamaya a dance performance by 23 students of Std. VII – XII illumined the stage. The piece was a peaceful unison of the divine spark in every human being that merges into one mighty glow of the Almighty.
‘The Western Swing’ was a stunning sequence of various dance forms through the ages – Tribal, Ballet, Jazz, Rock, Disco and Hip-Hop. It was exhibited by 77 students from classes VI – VIII who mesmerized the audience with their energy and attitude.
The audience had a valuable and inspiring peek into the life of “Suryaputra” which was beautifully illustrated by 129 participants from Std. IV – XII. The poignant portrayal highlighted the sublime virtues of an invincible warrior – valour and generosity.
‘In the Lap of Nature’ manifested the cause and effect of the Panchabhootas and portrayed man’s abuse of nature’s bounty of gifts. It was a plea to all mankind to save mother Nature and prevent global warming which is leading to a plethora of problems for man.
The exuberant celebration concluded with a reverberating potpourri. The piece celebrated the sheer innocence of childhood, the princely elegance of Kings and Queens and culminated with the grand finale, JAI HO which was a flamboyant toast to our motherland - the land which has many firsts to her credit such as the Chandrayaan Mission, the submarine venture and the Oscar clinch. 104 students came together and set the stage ablaze.