“Drama is theater, life, an escape from life, happiness, and sadness all rolled into one.”
The festival of childhood, ‘Jashn-e-Bachpan’- the two day long spectacular display of diverse talents and learning commenced with great fervor and gusto at Delhi Public School Pune on 2nd November 2018. The thematic decorations and the magnificent stage enhanced the pleasant ambience further and completely enchanted the guests who had gathered to witness the play “The Count of Monte Cristo” being staged by the students of class VIII.
The extravaganza of Jashn-e-Bachpan for class VII concluded on a vibrant note with unprecedented fanfare and dramatique expression on 02 November 2018. The gamut of emotions captured the hearts of the guests who had come to witness the play ‘The Three Musketeers’. A mime with a social message on ‘NOISE POLLUTION’ stole the show. ‘Around The World in Eighty Days’ on the magnificent morning of Friday, 2 November 2018 showcased by the students of Class IX.
School amphitheater burst with enthusiastic spectators who had gathered to witness class VI students present the play ‘Coral Island’ by the Scottish author R. M. Ballantyne on 3rd November 2018. On the same day parents and the grandparents of class IV and V had gathered to witness the play “Tom Sawyer” and “Treasure Hunt ‘respectively.
All festive ceremonies advanced further with the school Principal Mrs. Neelam Chakrabarty’s inspirational and persuasive address. She further unfurled the plethora of achievements tracing the commendable progress that the school has accomplished ever since its inception and also emphasized the milestones achieved in the current academic session. She was overwhelmed with pride while declaring the laurels and accolades that the students have brought to the school in the session 2018-19. She also highlighted this year’s theme ‘Noise Pollution’. The parents’ cooperation in all the ventures was highly appreciated. The National anthem which concluded the program filled the atmosphere with the spirit of patriotism.