Ludhiana Schools Celebrate Hindi Diwas
BVM, Dugri Sampda, TGT Hindi, BVM High School, Dugri, educated students on the importance of the Hindi language and how celebrating the day helps maintain traditional values
POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 15, 2021 12:48 IST
Sampda, TGT Hindi, BVM High School, Dugri explained to students the importance of Hindi language and how celebrating the day helps maintain traditional values. Various activities were organized to mark the day. Students in grades 3 and 4 recited poems while students in grades 5, 6 and 7 wrote slogans. To pay homage to the official language of India, Hindi dictation and writing competitions were also planned. A fun antakshari activity was conducted for students in grades 8, 9 and 10.
Ram Lal Bhasin School
Ram Lal Bhasin Public School celebrated Hindi Diwas. The day began with a school assembly. Students in class 10 gave speeches. The school’s faculty members also expressed their views on the importance of this day. Principal Raman Oberoi said that Hindi reminds us of our true identity and binds the nation together as a close-knit family.
BCM, avenue Basant
Elementary students from BCM School, Basant Avenue, Dugri Road, participated in costume and poem recitation activities. Middle wing students took part in a quiz competition. Students in grades 9 and 10 participated in a speech competition. The students decorated the notice board with beautiful posters. Principal Vandna Shahi congratulated everyone on the occasion
BCM, Pakhowal Road
Students from BCM School, Pakhowal Road, emphasized the importance of language through their slogans, speeches and recitations. The students also shared some Hindi proverbs and explained them. Principal JP Singh spoke about the importance of the Hindi language.
Atam public school organizes a motivational session
Atam Public School held an interactive motivational session for secondary and upper secondary students. Munish Jindal, Founder and CEO of Hover Robotix, Founding President of MEN TORX Global and School Alumnus, was the guest of honor. He encouraged the students to learn to accept challenges and to be independent.