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G.I.S. Harsawa celebrated the 69th Independence Day of Free India.

15aug

                                  G.I.S. Harsawa celebrated the 69th Independence Day of Free India.
Dr. Anil Choudhary M.B.B.S., M.S. Laparoscopy was the chief guest. Guest of Honour Mr. Shiv Lal Lamba, A.G.M. BSNL, Chairman of school Management Committee Mr. Har Dayal Dhaka and Director of School Dr. Vijay Pal Dhaka graced the occasion in the presence of the Intellectual Galaxy. The Tricolour Flag was unfurled along with National Anthem in the background. Junior, Middle and Senior sections of the School presented their magical performances showing their immense love and respect for the nation. Certificates of Excellence by HRD minister, Smriti Irani, Government of India were presented to Mrs. Neetu Gupta, Mr. Anil Acharya, Mr. Tarachand, Mr. Ram Singh Rathore and Mr. Sukhpal for their excellent results as well as to four students namely Nisha Nehra, Devraj, Narendar and Arvind Meel for proving their talent and worth in 10th class by securing CGPA 10.Principal Mr. Rohitashva Dudi was also issued with the letter of appreciation by the honourable HRD Minister,Govt of India for leading the team of teachers to produce excellent result in the session 2014-2015.

            69th Independence Day witnessed the Investiture Ceremony taking place in the G.I.S. Campus in which New Head Boy, Head Girl, Cultural Secretary, Literary Captain and Sports Captain took oath for performing their duties religiously.

            Dr. Anil Choudhary delivered a speech in which he addressed the students to ignite the feeling of Patriotism in their hearts. Then Principal of G.I.S.  Mr. Rohitashva Dudi made the students realise the real worth of independence and inspired them to be free from chains of ignorance and dogmas throughout their life.
Former head boy of the school Rohan Mehala gave vote of thanks to the Chief Guest, all the dignitaries and participants.  At last School Management awarded a memento to Dr. Anil Choudhary as a Token of Love and thus programme ended with an enthusiastic recitation of National Song, Vande Mataram.

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