Chandigarh ( By YS.Rana) : The Education Department, Chandigarh Administration on the eve of Republic Day, organized a colorful bonanza at Tagore Theatre, Sector 18, Chandigarh on Saturday.
Manoj Kumar Parida , Adviser to the Administrator, U.T., Chandigarh was the Chief Guest. Among others present during the occasion were Nazuk Kumar,,SDM (Central), Harjinder Kaur, Chairperson CCPCR, Sh. Rubinderjit Singh Brar, PCS, Director School Education, .Saurabh Arora,PCS, Director Culture and other senior officers of Chandigarh Administration.
The colorful program started off with the Ganesh Vandana presented by students of Govt. Girls Model Sr. Sec. School, Sector 18 and Punjabi folk dance performance by GMSSS 21. A Patriotic Dance was presented by the students of New Public School Sector 18. Group Orchestra performance was given by the winners of Kala Utsav 2019.
The puppet dance performance was presented by the students of Govt Model Sr Sec School, Dhanas. Patriotic Dance was presented by the students of KBDAV, Sector 7. Musical Act was also performed by Students of Govt Model Sr Sec School, Sector 35. Women Empowerment performance was given by the students of DPS, Sector-40,
The Chief Guest distributed Prizes to the Winners of Kala Utsav which was conducted by the education department earlier. State Level Kala Utsav was celebrated as per the guidelines of MHRD/NCERT.
Students who attained 1st,2nd and 3rd position at cluster level participated in four different events i.e. Dance, Music (Vocal), Music ( Instrumental) and Painting during State level Kala Utsav. 1st position holder in each event at State level further participated in the National level event of Kala Utsav which was held at National Bal Bhawan, New Delhi. Cash prizes and mementos were presented to all winners in all four categories and to the Nodal officer, Principal GMSSS 16 and the CRC coordinators
Speaking on the occasion Parida stated that “All the performances are very professional this could only be made possible because of the dedication of highly skilled teachers and this could go to national to international level and talented students also go deeper and practice hard for perfection”.