Skip to main content

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.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Sadhu Thakur

By Ranita Sinha, Kolkata Sri Sri Bhubaneshwar Thakur, the great saint of the Bishnupriya Manipuri Community was born on 26th October, 1871, in a remote village of Cachar district called Baropua in the state of Assam. He was born to a Xatriya Manipuri family. His father Sri Sanatan Pandit was a Sanskrit teacher and mother Srimati Malati Devi, a house wife. Sadhu Baba from his childhood was indifferent to all worldly happenings. He was engrossed in chanting the name of Lord Krishna. Along with other students of his age, Sadhu Baba started taking lessons of grammar and other spiritual literature from his father. At a very young age he lost his mother but he was brought up with utmost love and care by his step mother. At the age of eighteen, Sadhu baba lost his father, so, to continue his spiritual education under the guidance of Rajpandit Mineshwas Swarbabhwam Bhattacherjee, he went to Tripura. But within one year he made up his mind to visit all the holy places and as such he took permis

A short history of the Bishnupriya Manipuri and their religio-cultural consciousness

Undoubtedly, the accurate period of the emergence or the development of religious consciousness of the Bishnupriya Manipuri is difficult to ascertain, but it is an old one that is undoubted, writes Rini Sinha , Guwahati . Religious beliefs are found virtually in every human society. Religious beliefs usually relates to the existence and worship of a deity or deities and divine involvement in the universe and human life. Religious knowledge according to religious practitioners may be gained from religious leaders, sacred texts or personal revelation. The development of religion has taken many forms in various cultural communities. The accurate period of emergence or development of religious consciousness of the Bishnupriya Manipuries is difficult to ascertain, but it is an old one that is undoubted. However, on the basis of the views of different scholars, pre-historic and historical remain whatsoever is available and from the logic of personal observations, we may put forward some view

Assam Search Engine: Bisarok

Exclusive search engine on Assam Manash Pratim Gohain, TNN Jun 16, 2012, 01.46PM IST NEW DELHI: Assam got its own search engine ' Bisarok '. The search engine has been launched to get results exclusively on queries and information related to Assam. 'Bisarok', means 'to search' in Assamese language, has been launched and has been linked to various websites of the Government of Assam and departments, educational institutions and media. The search engine is likely to give a new online experience related to searches on Assam. Built on Google custom search engine, the search engine would be collating and building a database of web properties exclusively of the state in the North East region. 'Bisarok' has been developed by RK Rishikesh Sinha, who had earlier created a similar custom search engine ('Bisarei') on Bishnupriya Manipuri. According to Sinha, apart from Google there was no link to get results particularly on Assam. Any web entity related