JSS PUBLIC SCHOOL

Siddarthanagar, Mysore

 
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NATIONAL FESTIVALS are celebrated to commemorate the occurrence of great historical events of national importance. These festivals inculcate a strong feeling of patriotism in the mindset of the students. Integration, unity and feeling of ONENESS sprout in all the children.

INDEPENDENCE DAY-15th August, the red-letter day in the Indian calendar is celebrated as Independence Day. Flag hoisting, Guard of Honour, General Salute, impressive march past by the four contingents, speeches in different languages highlighting the significance of the day, musical melodies stimulating patriotic feeling in the students and formal vote of thanks –all form part of the celebration. Sweets are distributed to all
the students.

On 15th August 2012, 66th Independence Day was celebrated with patriotic fervour. The former principal and former vice-principal of the school, Mr K.K. Muthanna and Mrs Gowri Muthanna were the chief guests for the day.

REPUBLIC DAY is celebrated on 26th January every year with significant patriotic fervour. Multilingual speeches reflect the significance of the day-on this day in 1950 the Constitution of India came into force and India became a truly sovereign state. 65th Republic Day was celebrated on 26th Jan, 2012. Principal Mr.K.K.Muthanna presided over the function. The proceedings for the day is similar to the one followed during the Independence Day celebration.

GANDHI JAYANTHI-is celebrated every year on 2nd October marking the birth anniversary of the legendary national hero, Mahatma Gandhi, popularly known as Father of the Nation. Going down the memory lane, students are made aware of his invaluable contribution and sacrifice in India’s freedom struggle.

Bhajan singing in the name of the Mahatma, creates an ambience of serenity and unperturbed mindset during the celebration. At the end of the celebration sweets are distributed to the students.

On 2nd Oct, 2012, the school celebrated Gandhi Jayanthi. Principal Mrs B.Latha was the chief guest.