SCHOLARS’ HONOUR CEREMONY
The will to win, the desire to succeed, and the urge to reach your full potential…Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better.
Scholars’ Honour Ceremony is an endeavour to acknowledge the laudable and incessant efforts of the meritorious performers. Continuing with the legacy of providing the much needed motivation and encouragement, the school felicitated the outstanding students of Class IX-XII and VI-VIII at the Scholars’ Honour Ceremony for the academic session 2017-18, on Friday 27th July 2018 and 31 July 2018 respectively.
The Principal Mrs. Neelam Chakrabarty, felicitated the deserving scholars for their dedication and perseverance in the pursuit of academic excellence. It was a joyous moment for the parents who witnessed their children receiving the coveted recognition. It was also a proud moment for the school as 47 students were awarded the scholar badges and 8 students were presented with the scholar mementos from IX-XII similarly 38 students were awarded the scholar badges and 16 students were presented with the scholar mementos from class VI-VIII.
All the recipients proudly received the awards from the school Principal Mrs. Neelam Chakrabarty. She honoured the students with badges and certificates and congratulated the achievers for their praiseworthy efforts. She motivated the students to keep striving hard and also to pursue their future goals with equal zeal and fervor.
She thanked the grandparents for gracing the occasion. She also acknowledged the role of parents and teachers in moulding the children’s future and requested them to prepare their children to face failures boldly and use it as a stepping stone to success. She shared the fact that the school curriculum has been designed in such a way that it is capable of producing the leaders of tomorrow.
The vote of thanks was proposed by Shiuli Rai the newly appointed vice head girl who thanked everyone for making this splendid event a grand success. The ceremony concluded with the national anthem.
“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as what you become by achieving your goals.”