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ANNUAL DAY 2017

DAY 1

‘Ali Baba and the Forty Thief’ and ‘The Rising' Dazzle the Crowd

St. Joseph’s Academy organized its 84th Annual Day on 17th November showcasing its students talent and zeal to perform on such a large scale. The Chief Guest for the function was Mr.Anil Kumar Raturi, IPS, DGP Uttarakhand. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest,Bro.Babu Varghese and Bro.Binoi. The other brothers present in the event were Bro.Solomom,Bro.Arockiaraj, Bro.Ronish,Bro.Alphonse,Bro. Rajesh and father Velerian.

The Prayer dance had the dancers moving in perfect synchronization while invoking the blessing of God. Immediately after this the teacher and the ancillary staff were felicitated for completing 25 years of diligence service in our school by the Chief Guest. . The Sports Teacher Mrs.S.Bajwa was felicitated by the Chief Guest. The ancillary staff who were felicitated were Mr .Som Pal,Mr. Gulab Singh,Mr. Ravi Kumar and Mr.Puran Chand .The academic staff was also given prize for 100% attendance in the Senior and Middle School: Mrs.S.Sridhar, Mrs.M.Mishra ,Mr.Anurag Thakur, Ms.Yogita Arora, Mr.Anand Panwar and Mr.A.Chawla. In the Junior School :Mrs.B.Ahluwalia, Mrs.V.Sondi, Mrs.S.Bisht, Mrs.N.Walia, Mrs.S.Thapa, Mrs.A.Bisht, Mr.F.Samson,Mrs.P.Mehta ,Mrs.D.Khanduri, Ms.S.Bhatia, Ms.C.Singh and Mrs.M.Chawla. The teachers with half day leave, one day leave and two leave were also awarded.

This was followed by the musical “Alibaba and Forty Thieves’ where the junior josephites of class I to IV took us in the ancient land of Arabia. These young talented children won the hearts of the audience with their portrayal of Alibaba, a poor wood cutter who discoveries the secret of thieves den. When the thieves learn this, they want to kill him ,but he is saved by Ali’s faithful maid girl. This musical was beautifully choreographed and executed. After this a memento was presented to the Chief Guest by Bro.Babu.Varghese. The Chief Guest thanked the management of the school for inviting him and encouraged the students to take part in such events to improve their personality.

The school choir sang a melodious song ‘Keep Our Dream in your Pocket’ and entertained us. The musical “The Rising’’ performed by the senior school where the senior and middle school pupils showcased the time when the first war of independence in 1857 was fought by the Indians against The East India Company and how it ignited passion for nationalism in Mangal Pandey, Nana Saheb,Tantia Tope,Kunwar Singh and most valiant women fighter Rani Laxmibhai . The flawless acting and graceful dancing of the musical song like ‘Hindustan Hamara Hai’’Ghar Kitne Dur Hai’ mesmerized the audience and evoked a feeling of nationalism in them. LED lighting and innovate props became the highlight of the show.

The vote of thanks was given by Head Boy of the school Savinay Sharma and Head Girl of the school Muskaan Gupta. The programme concluded with the School Song and the Natonal anthem.The Comperes for the show were Malvika Dangwal,Prasana Ojha, Ayesha Khan, Ashok Bhatt and Tushita Sadhu.

Present on the occasion were Mrs Radhika Jha, Secretary Power & secretary to the CM, Uttarakhand, Mrs Rhythm Agarwal,IPS, SSP-STF, Mr Sushant Pattnaik, Conservator of Forests, Mr GIC Mann, Principal, Carman School and Hon'ble MLC, Sis Greta, Principal CJM and Dr Daljeet Kaur , Principal Patrician College for Women.

DAY 2

“Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves’ and ‘The Rising ‘Dazzle the Crowd

St. Joseph’s Academy organized its 84th Annual Day on 18th November showcasing its students talent and zeal to perform on such a large scale. The Chief Guest for the function was Lt. General R.P.Singh ,AVSM,V M. The programme began with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest, Bro.Babu Varghese, Bro.Binoi. and Bro.Arockiraj. The other distinguished guests who graced the occasion were Bro.Tomy Varghese, Principal, SGC, Mussoorie,Bro.Arockiraj, Community Leader, SJA and Bro Soloman, Principal, St. Patrick's Academy.

After that was Prayer dance which had the dancers moving in perfect synchronization while invoking the blessing of God.

The meritorious students of our school were awarded for their academic excellence in ICSE (10) Aryan Srivastava, Vaibhav Garg and Anjali Rawat and in ISC(12) SCIENCE Adya Sharma, Aditi Verma, Lakshay Arora and Shaurya .V.S.Rawat ISC(12) COMMERECE Shambhavi Rawat, Nandita Agarwal and Arushi Srivastav were awarded.THE JOSEPHITE OF THE YEAR 2016-17 was Vibhor Joshi and THE SPORTSPERSON FOR THE YEAR 2016-17 was Srishti Rawat were awarded for their overall achievements and sporting excellence by the honourable Chief Guest.

This was followed by the musical “Alibaba and Forty Thieves’ where the junior josephites took us to the ancient land of Arabia. These young talented children won the hearts with their portrayal of Alibaba, a poor wood cutter who discovers the secret of thieves den. When the thieves learn this, they want to kill him ,but he is saved by Ali’s faithful maid girl. This musical was beautifully choreographed and executed . The School choir sang a melodious song ‘Hold on to your Dreams’ and entertained the crowd.

The musical “The Rising’’ was performed by the senior and middle school pupils where they showcased the time when the first war of independence in 1857 was fought by the Indians against The East India Company and how it ignited passion for nationalism in Mangal Pandey, Nana Saheb, Tantia Tope,Bahadur Shah Zafar ,Kunwar Singh and most valiant women fighter Rani Laxmibhai . The flawless acting and graceful dancing on the songs like’Hindustan Hamara Hai’ ‘Ghar Kitne Dur Hai’ of the musical mesmerized the audience and evoked a feeling of nationalism in them. LED lighting and innovate props became the highlight of the show.

The Chief Guest thanked the teachers and the children for organizing such a spectacular show. He motivated the kids to explore their talents and told them they are privileged to get educated in a great institution which is one of the finest schools.
Bro.Babu Varghese thanked the teachers and children for putting such an outstanding show . The vote of thanks was given by Head Boy of the school Savinay Sharma and Head Girl of the school Muskaan Gupta. The programme concluded with the School Song and the national anthem. The comperes of the show were Malvika Dangwal, Prasana Ojha, Ayesha Khan, Ashok Bhatt and Tushita Sadhu.