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S/he has a Spark, Teacher’s Day Celebration!

Teachers play a very vital role in shaping the future of the country. Their inimitable contribution in shaping the life of students is commendable and beyond any comparison. They are like a spring which nurtures young saplings into full grown plants or trees.

Enthusiasm and fraternity marked the teacher’s day celebration at DLF Public School campus that gripped with fervor as students put their best foot forward to celebrate the day with much gratitude and sincerity.

A programme was organized with incredible gusto and zeal by Delfites to appreciate the unwavering commitment of the teachers for the mission and vision of the school ‘with a soul’. The celebration began with a melodious invocation. Students entertained everyone with a stunning, synchronized dance performance followed by a humorous yet thought provoking skit on the role a teacher plays in shaping the lives of children and the impact she leaves on their psyche.

The famous RJ Manan Thakral and PM Modi’s doppelganger, Jagdish Rai Bhatia, a real estate businessman graced the event. While RJ Manan had interactive fun talks with teachers’ rock band Mannat the Band made everyone tap their feet in unison to their profound songs.

Principal, Seema Jerath, commended the efforts of every teacher for the painstaking effort they selflessly put in every day. To recognize the outstanding service rendered to the institution various teachers were awarded on the day.

Amidst the regalia of fun and laughter, the teachers were treated to an evening of music and dance followed by lunch as a small token of appreciation for the rightly called ‘beacons of light’. The day’s festivity concluded with a heartfelt note of gratitude to all the teachers for being the perfect role models a student could ever wish for!

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