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Don Bosco School Celebrates Annual Day

The School Annual Day celebration is one of the biggest events of a school. It is generally organized at the end of an academic session. It is a day of great fun and enjoyment.

Don Bosco School, Guwahati
Don Bosco School, Guwahati, celebrated its Annual Day function on 3rd and 4th February, 2012. It was held at the school playground. Students were divided into two groups. One group performed on the first day and the other group performed on the second day. As I was a part of the first group, so I performed on the first day. Parents and guests were invited. Prof. Umesh Ch. Sarmah, V.C., Srimanta Sankardev University of Health Sciences attended the function held on 3rd February as the Chief Guest, Mr. Puru Gupta (I.A.S.), Commissioner, G.M.C, Guwahati as the Guest of Honour and Mr. Ashutosh Agnihotri (I.A.S.), Deputy Commissioner, Kamrup (Metro), Guwahati, attended as the Distinguished Guest.

The programme began with felicitation of the guests and the Rector of Don Bosco School Rev. Fr. Antony Thekkel, sdb, delivered the welcome address. This was followed by the Convergence (Orchestra) performed by some students of Classes 6 to 11. Then the Chief Guest Prof. Umesh Ch. Sarmah delivered his speech. After that, Rev. Fr. Joseph M. Thelekkatt, sdb, Principal, Don Bosco School, delivered a befitting speech. Many cultural items were presented in the function. A song titled ‘People Over the World’ was sung by the students of Class-5. The skit on Lachit Borphukan presented by the students of Class-7 was appreciated by all. In the function, a tribute to Dr. Bhupen Hazarika was paid by the students of Class-8. There were a few songs and dance items presented by the students. The function came to an end with the dance to the song ‘Jai Ho’ performed by the students of Class-6.

Ritwick Sinha
Class-V,
Don Bosco School, Guwahati.

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