Children’s day celebrations in different schools of Sikkim

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Gangtok: November 17, 2011

On the occasion of 122nd Children’s Day celebration many schools of Sikkim remembered Jawaharlal Nehru, the visionary who shaped India’s future.

At Temi Senior Secondary School under Temi Namphing constituency, the area MLA BS Panth declared the construction of auditorium hall with a total cost involvement of Rs. 40 lakhs in the school. The school on the same occasion even observed the annual sport day for the year 2011 session. Like wise MLA Panth inaugurated the newly constructed four roomed structure in the school, which consists of laboratory, library, principal office and a staff room.

Addressing the gathering during the celebration, MLA said that the auditorium hall which will be constructed will be facilitated with indoor stadium along with a multipurpose hall. Stating more it was informed that the same school last year even celebrated the 75th anniversary and is known to be the oldest school amongst others in the state as well. Temi school years back even had the teachers training institute where former Chief Minister NB Bhandari and one the eminent literary figure Tulshi Ram Kashyap had undergone teachers training.

Rhenock Government Senior Secondary School celebrated Children’s Day in a grand manner. Principal of school BM Pradhan in his speech highlighted on the importance of the children’s day. Where he informed that, Pt. Nehru had great affection for the children and appealed the school staff to give love and affection to the students.

The occasion held inter house quiz competition and various sporting events. The main attraction of the function was annual prize distribution to the students and the houses of the school. School gave away various prizes to the students who were declared as the excellent in academic and co-curricular activities held in the session 2011. Sushmita Sharma of Class IX A was declared as the best student of
the school of this session. At the same time red house of the school was awarded as the overall champion of school for session 2011. In the inter house quiz competition blue house clinch the title as winner scoring 105 points, followed by red, green and yellow houses respectively. The quiz competition was sponsored by Rhenock Branch of Central Bank of India. Chemistry PGT, TW Bhutia and Mathematic PGT, Diwas Gautam hosted the said competition. Branch Manager of Central Bank (CBI) of Rhenock Branch MS Subba was also present in the occasion. In his speech, Manager Subba informed that, CBI has completed its hundred years of existence. Assistant Professor, Rhenock Government College, Roshan Rai spoke on the role of Central Bank of India for the overall development of the nation. At the same time Rai highlighted advantages of saving of money and he urged the students to generate habits of money saving.

While on 15th November, School witnessed prize distribution for the sports activities which were held on the occasion of children’s day. At the same time school took opportunity to honour the teachers DK Pradhan and PB Thapliyal along with Assistant Professor of Rhenock Government College Roshan Rai (Who was working as PGT Geography in same school) for their contribution to the Government Sr. Sec. School Rhenock.

Government Secondary School Phadamchen, East Sikkim celebrated Children’s Day cum Annual Prize Day on 14th November at School premises. The programme was attended by Assistant Director HRDD BAC Regu, Chador Bhutia as a cheif guest along with CRC Coordinator Krishna Pd. Dawari, Headmaster, staffs and students of Phadamchen SS.

PT Sherpa, teacher of the school highlighted the importance of the day and briefed biography of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru the first prime minister of Independent India. Likewise, CRC Coordinator, BAC Regu informed about Right to Education Act 2009 (RTE) and Residential Bridge Course for dropout students from age 6 to 14 years to continue in the school system.

Chief guest Chador Bhutia suggested students to work hard and to improve every measure when it comes to quality education. He further informed about different opportunities which is being provided by the government of Sikkim for the students.

Annual Prizes for the students on different activities (scholastic and co-scholastic) were also distributed by the chief guest.

A grand Children’s Day celebration was also organised at Rongli JHS, East Sikkim. Headmaster of the school Ganesh Kr. Chettri, teaching and non teaching staff and students along with guardian were present on the occasion. During the program Headmaster highlighted the importance of the day and also briefed biography of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru. The day marked with different cultural presentation.

Likewise Posekey Primary School under Regu BAC East Sikkim celebrated Children’s Day in a grand manner at its School premises. Dipak Rai Assistant Education Officer (HRDD) Block Administration Center Regu was the chief guest of the occasion along with the Zilla member of Chujachen NK Pradhan and RDA (Chujachen) Amber Gurung was present as the guest of honour and special guest respectively. Other present on the occasion were members of School Management Committee (SMC) and the guardians.

TC Sherpa highlighted some of the important features of the occasion. Various events like sports and the inter house dance competition marked the day. Chief guest Dipak Rai appreciated HM, teachers and the students for their hard work in the field of education and encouraged them to do so in the future. It is
not only through speech but must be practical in bringing quality education, he added. Later prizes were distributed among the winners.

Sikkim Mail



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