Annual Day Celebration of Mayoor Chopasni School
Jodhpur. Mayoor Chopasni School, celebrated its 4th Annual Day amidst great zest, ecstasy, and elation. His Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh Ji, the chief patron of the school presided over the function with the esteemed chief guest Lt Gen Mr. Surendra Kulkarni, Director Mayo College Ajmer. After the warm reception by a reception-committee, including the principal, Vice Principal teachers and students, the esteemed dignitaries garlanded the statue of Sir Pratap, the chief founder of the school to commence the function and were escorted by the magnificent rhythmic bagpiper band of the school. 
The colourful night proceeded with bouquet presentation to the venerated guests by the students as a token of reverence. The power point presentation by the students of class x and xi showcasing the achievements and pursuits of the academia made the spectators see life and energy being propelled into an ‘ethos inspiring vision’ formulated by the school this year.  
The Principal formally welcomed and introduced the eminent guests to the gathering and read the School’s Annual report of the past session, highlighting the academic success, cultural achievement, and progressive pursuits. 
The programme began with the mesmerizing orchestra performance consisting 126 contributors infusing melody in the ambiance, spellbound the viewers. Next in the progression, Retired I A S Mr Balbhadra Singh Ji released a short film entitled ‘ Jara Sochiye’ prepared by the movie club of the school. 
The honorable chief guest of the evening Lt. Gen. Mr. Surendra Kulkarni also delivered a valuable speech. In his speech, he gave much importance to the need for arranging such a programme and encouraged the students for their laudable performances. He viewed that imparting quality education to children has always been a challenge. He added that students should not only be imparted excellent education but also be given great scruples and values so they can effectively serve their state as well as their nation. He also shared that real education fetches more than a job. It teaches you to live and cannot be measured into the tangible way. This was followed by the Prize Distribution ceremony where the honorable chief guest gave away prizes to the academically meritorious pupils of the school. His Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh Ji presented a souvenir to Lt. Gen. Mr. Surendra Kulkarni as a token of remembrance and Mr. R. D.  Singh ji, the director of the school inaugurated the refurbished school-website.     
Then the evening was made more colourful with cultural programmes. Students exhibited their hidden talent and emotions through dances from different corners of the world.  ‘Mélange’, the welcome dance was a scintillating visual treat for the spectators.  
Next, in the sequence, immensely talented students of the school showcased the much-awaited play entitled ‘Partitions’ competently enacted by 76 students and directed by Mr. Gurusharan, a very senior drama teacher. The play made a successful attempt to underline the issue of communal disharmony during the post-partition riot. It was a thought-provoking saga of divided humanity struggling towards a harmonious earthly existence. The play was enormously shored up with the laudable and pertinent dances consisting Egyptian Dance, Bharatnatyam, Happy Dance, River Dance, Gangnam Dance etc.   
Next, His Highness Maharaja Gaj Singh Ji, honorable chief patron of the school shared his valuable insight in his address and highly lauded the school management and staff for grooming students to have Indian cultural roots and global eminence. He expressed his great elation for having visited school’s Annual Day Celebration. 
The Vote of thanks was proposed by Th. Sidharth Singh ji Rohet, the President of Chopasni Shiksha Samiti. The function culminated with the National Anthem.    

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