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A Celebration of Achievement: Greenwood High School’s Prize Distribution Ceremony


On 15th April 2024, Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy held its Prize Distribution Ceremony during a special assembly. It was a big celebration, honoring students from 4th to 9th grade who did well in academics and different competitions.

The event started with a warm welcome to our esteemed chief guest Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu including Academic Principal Mr. V. V. V. Naveen Kumar, Administrative Principal Mr. T. Pavan Kumar and Vice Principal Mr. V. Suresh Kumar. Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the Director of Greenwood Group of Schools, was the chief guest who handed out prizes to the young achievers.

Students were recognized for their achievements in competitions like Maths Surprise Test 14 & 15, Brain Hunt – 11 to 16, English Spell Combat – 4, Periodic Test-4 and Summative Assessment-2 . They also celebrated success in Art and Craft event like Live Pencil Sketch and the notable achievements in games & sports like 45th Telangana State Level Junior Boys Inter District Handball Championship-2024, Chess Tournament and 8th T-10 Overarm Cricket Sub junior &Senior National Championship.

The ceremony was a special occasion where students and teachers united to celebrate the dedication and achievements of our young scholars. Each winner was cheered on stage by their friends and teachers, with beaming smiles all around. They proudly accepted their certificates, prizes, and badges. To cherish these moments forever, there was also a special photo session with the chief guest and other important guests, capturing the memories for the future.

Maths Surprise Test 14 & 15 tested students’ Maths skills and quick thinking. It wasn’t just about knowing stuff, but using it in tricky situations. The winners showed great skills and understanding of Maths. Here’s a summary of the winners:

Brain Hunt – 11 to 16 : The Brain Hunt Championship at Greenwood High School challenges students to show off their smarts in critical thinking, problem-solving, and general knowledge. Students from all grades compete to be crowned Champion, promoting curiosity and innovation, and a passion for learning among students.Let’s take a look at the list of prize winners:

Spell Combat-4 : Spell Combat is a popular spelling contest at our school where students demonstrate their spelling skills. It draws enthusiastic participation from students of all grades who compete in a friendly but competitive atmosphere. Here’s a brief summary of our prize-winning students:

Cash Prize for Periodic Test-4 Toppers and Summative Assessment – 2 Topper : Outstanding students from grades 4th to 8th, who secured the first Rank in Periodic Test 4, and student of Class IX who secured first rank in Summative Assessment – 2 were awarded a cash prize worth Rs. 500/- and a Medal of Excellence. This prestigious honor was given by Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the esteemed school director. Here’s the list of our top achievers.

Live Pencil Sketch : Prizes were awarded to winners of the Art and Craft event, including those who excelled in Live Pencil Sketching, at Khila Warangal. It was a celebration of creativity and talent, recognizing students’ artistic skills. Let’s have a glance at the list of prize winners:


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State Level Junior Boys Inter District Handball Championship : Greenwood High School proudly celebrates its victory in the 45th Telangana State Level Junior Boys Inter District Handball Championship – 2024. G. Aashrith of IX Vikram Sarabhai Secured First Place in 45th Telangana State Level Junior Boys Inter District Handball Championship – 2024, held at Paidipally, Warangal from 8th March to 10th March.

Overarm Cricket Sub junior&Senior National Championship : Greenwood High School Students secured SECOND PRIZE at STATE LEVEL in  8th T-10 Overarm Cricket Sub Junior, Senior National Championship , organized by T -10 Overarm Cricket Association, Telangana at Hyderabad from 24th March to 26th March.



The Chief Guest’s Speech : The Chief Guest, Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, delivered an inspiring speech highlighting the importance of learning and knowledge for students’ future. He congratulated all the awardees and thanked the teachers for their support.

The event motivated our students to continue their educational journey with passion. It was a memorable day celebrating excellence and the bright future ahead for our students.

Report by: G. Krishna Rao (Teacher of English)


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” Farewell Fiesta ” @ Greenwood, Hasanparthy


The Farewell Party (ADIEU) was held on 8th March 2024 for the Class 10 students of 2023-24 at Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, Hanumakonda. All the students, teachers and guests enthusiastically gathered in the pleasant evening for this memorable and emotional event.  This wonderful event was set off with the presentation of the ‘Importance of the Day’ describing the significance of the occasion which was eloquently presented by anchor G. Sahasra, highlighting the mixed emotions of joy and sadness as the school prepared to bid farewell to the outgoing students of Class 10 of 2023-24.

Next, a captivating ‘Welcome Dance’ was performed by V. Lakshmi Sahasra and her group of Class 9, mesmerizing the audience and initiating the celebration.Later on, M. Kethehwar from class 10 presented a marvelous ‘Classical Dance’. The performance was a spectacle of grace and tradition, with elegant movements to the rhythm of classical tunes.

Cordial welcome to the dignitaries: Honourable Heads of our Institution (Directors) Sri. Challa Dharma Reddy and Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, Guest of Honour Sri. G. Yellapa Naidu, General Manager Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar, Academic Principal Sri. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar , Administrative Principal Sri. T. Pavan Kumar, Finance Officer Sri. SK. Rabbani and Vice Principal Sri. V. Suresh Kumar were warmly welcomed onto the dais and offered bouquets by the students who were designated for it. Head Boy Mr. D. Abhinav Rao and Head Girl Ms. V. Laxmi Thanishka were also invited onto the dais.

Lamp Lighting: The traditional lamp lighting ceremony was gracefully performed by all the esteemed guests present on the dais, symbolizing the enlightenment of knowledge and wisdom.

Principal’s Annual Report: Academic Principal V.V.V Naveen Kumar presented the comprehensive Annual report, highlighting the achievements and milestones of the academic year.

Speeches: Inspirational speeches were delivered by students, teachers, and dignitaries, reflecting on the journey, experiences, and future endeavors of the departing students of class X.

Felicitation to School Cabinet Members: The dedicated members of the school cabinet were felicitated for their exemplary service and leadership. Each student was awarded with a memento.

RSTH & RMTH Prize Distribution: Regional Science Talent Hunt & Regional Maths Talent Hunt winners were acknowledged and rewarded by presenting a Tab, Smart Watch, Medal, certificate and memento for their exceptional Mathematical outstanding Science skills and achievements.

Prize Distribution for the PERIODIC TEST -3 Toppers : The prize distribution for the Periodic Test -3 toppers with a cash prize of Rs.500/- and a Medal of Excellence was a resounding success, encapsulating the joy and pride of academic excellence. Esteemed Guests honoured the students who had excelled.



Prize Distribution of Winter Sports Carnival – Games and Athletics: Athletes and sports enthusiasts were applauded and awarded for their remarkable performances in various sports events held in Greenwood Winter Sports Carnival 2023 – 24. The winners received certificates and medals from the chief Guests.

Aravali House clinched the overall Winter Sports Carnival championship. They won after competing in various sports events and games. Congratulations to Aravalli House for their outstanding performance!

Announcement of Overall Championship of House Activities – 2023-24: The whole campus was abuzz with excitement as the much-anticipated announcement of the Overall Championship of House Activities for 2023-24 was made. The competition spanned various activities, including Prayer Meeting, Notice Board, Swacch, Assembly, Club Activities. The culmination of efforts was seen in the Sports Carnival, where houses Aravali, Himalayas, Nilgiri, and Vindhya vied for the top spot. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu and Sri. Challa Dharma reddy, the esteemed heads of our institution, declared Himalayas House as the champions, embodying the true essence of competition and teamwork. Congratulations to all the houses for their spirited participation!



Vote of Thanks: A heartfelt vote of thanks was extended, expressing gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of the farewell party, marking the end of a memorable chapter in the lives of the Class 10 students of 2023-2024. The event concluded with words of encouragement for all students to continue striving for greatness in their educational journey.

The farewell party was a poignant and joyous occasion, filled with nostalgia, gratitude, laughter, and fond memories, as the school bid farewell to the class 10 students of 2023-24, wishing them success and prosperity in their future endeavors.


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Graduation Day – A Day of Celebrating Achievement and Accomplishment


A well decorated podium welcomed them all in the Greenwood Conference Hall. All the Grade 5 Greenwoodians assembled there with bubbling enthusiasm and exuberance.

The ceremony, marking the Graduation of these students from the Primary Level of education to a much higher Level of Secondary Education began with the arrival of the Director, Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, the Academic and Admin Principal and Vice Principal.

Miss Modia Francis the Grade 5 Class teacher stuck a high beginning note for the ceremony with her well-chosen words of invitation. Her ease, confidence and language certainly matched the spirit of all these budding graduates.

She categorically explained what this ceremony means for the students of Grade 5. She went on to invite some of the grade 5 students to speak on the occasion, which most of them did with near perfection.

All expressed their joy and happiness to have achieved their goals set for their primary level of education. They assured the gathering of the elite members of the School Authority and Administration and the teachers that they would continue to practice the discipline and values that they acquired during their passage through the Primary.

The Director, Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu advised the students in many aspects explaining each and every new challenge these bubbling students are going to face in their next phase; the Secondary level of education, and expressed a firm hope that they would easily face and triumph over all the hurdles and challenges they come across.

He advised the children to learn and practice to read faster and comprehend what they read while reading itself. He reiterated the fact that this reading skill takes them very far in reaching their academic goals. He told that the transition from Primary to Secondary may appear to be strenuous, but it is not so at all. He assured that this transition would be smooth and steady for every one of the Young Graduates.

He further said that the new challenges such as the little reduced focus of the teachers, expansion of the syllabus and increased size of the subject content may easily be overcome with a little determination and perseverance.


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These small issues are the stepping stones for these children in becoming self-learners and life long learners. He further informed the children about the recently conceived changes of Central Board of Secondary Education in the examination system.

He explained in detail about the open book testing, and introduced them the Case Study Based questions, Competency based questions etc. He advised the children to read textbooks thoroughly to equip themselves to meet these new challenges. He insisted they all should learn the methods of Crisis Management and problem solving right from now. Finally he advised them to retain the discipline and value they acquired in the primary classes and further them during their Secondary phase. 

The Academic Principal Sri. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar and the Administrative Principal Sri. T. Pavan Kumar advised the children to focus more and more on the academics and learn to speak well in English. Both reiterated the importance of learning to write longer answers and essays on their own and improve the techniques of reading. Sri. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar advised the children to perfect their handwriting skill and skill of comprehending simultaneously while reading the texts. Sri. T. Pavan Kumar stressed on the importance of strengthening the basics of the subjects. He told the basics lay foundation for their Secondary education.

Sri V. Suresh Kumar, the Vice Principal advised the students to be regular in their studies, and be regular in their attendance.

Sri. A. Ramakrishna, the Class Teacher advised the children to be independent learners and become very strong in their academics.

After all these proceedings the Graduation Oath was read out by our beloved Director sir which was recited by the graduate students. This oath taking is followed by the presentation of the Graduation Certificate to each of these students. It was a spectacular array to witness each child, dressed in a lovely graduation Gown and a cap coming to the podium to receive this Graduation Certificate from the Director sir.



Taking the much-desired group photo of the children with all the dignitaries and teachers marked the end of this lovely day.


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Enrollment of cadets to the NCC Army Wing -2024-25


The NCC enrollment for the training year 2024-25 was taken up on 14-03-2024 and 18-03-2024 in the school campus. The initial screening test was conducted on 14-03-2024 through a written test on basic awareness on India.

The physical test cum written test was taken on 18-03-2024. The school having two troops had this year taken 120 students both boys and girls.



Thus 80 boys and 40 girls were finalized through the physical tests involving basic exercise patterns and running. The cadets selected would undergo two years regimental training under the aegis of the 10(T) Bn. NCC.Warangal.

The training team lead by Subedar Major Suhas Kadam and Junior Commissioned Officer Chaurasia monitored the selection process.The other personnel involved being Mr. Shabbir, Mr.Basha and Nillesh.
The Associate NCC officer S. Radha krishnan, Officer Cadet M.Ramakrishna and Physical Education Teacher Kalyani helped out in having the cadets face the test positively.


They would be eligible to write the A certificate exam of the National cadet Corps.
The selected cadets were congratulated by the Principal (Academic) V.V.V. Naveen Kumar and Principal (Administration) T. Pavan Kumar for being inspired patriotically and choosing to be future role models by joining the largest uniformed youth force in the world.

They were appreciated by the Commanding officer Col. Ajayanand Khanduri for volunteering to take up a regimental way of life which in the long run shall shape them to be future leaders in various walks of life. The Director Dr. G. Baradwaja Naidu commended the cadets for their initiative which would help them join the various uniformed forces of the country.


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Firing Competition (NCC 10 T) Warangal


As a part of the institutional training for NCC cadets, the firing competition for this training year 2024-25 was taken up at the Firing Range at Mamnoor, Warangal. The cadets of the school took active part in the activity which trains them to use arms without fear and for a good cause.


The cadets who participated are Sonashree, Md. Jaseena, M. Rithika, G. Maanvi Reddy, B. Vaishank, E. Manoj kumar, S. Saicharan and T. Ranjeth kumar from class 9th

They were appreciated by the Principal (Academic) V.V.V. Naveen Kumar, Principal (Admin) T. Pavan Kumar for the interest to learn new things.


The Commanding oficer Col. Ajayanand Khanduri appreciated them for the initiative and the element of courage to take up tasks with great attitude.




He also commended the resolve of Associate NCC officers,First officer S. Radha Krishnan and Officer Cadet M. Ramakrishna for guiding the cadets.

The Director Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu congratulated the cadets for their earnest desire to learn from practical situations.


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Live Pencil Drawing of Warangal Fort by students of Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy.

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On February 13, 2024, Greenwood High School organized a remarkable event where 36 student artists of Greenwood Art Club gathered at Warangal Fort to participate in a live pencil drawing session of Warangal Fort. The event was guided and facilitated by the school’s art department teachers Ms. Banaja Sahoo and Mr. G. Santosh Rao

The live drawing event involved artists creating artwork in real-time, capturing the essence and details of a subject directly from observation. In this instance, the subject was Warangal Fort, a significant landmark or scene chosen for its cultural or historical relevance. The artists used pencils as their primary medium, allowing them to explore shades, textures, and intricacies of the subject with precision and creativity.



Enhanced Observation Skills: Live drawing events provide students with the opportunity to observe their subjects closely, paying attention to details, shapes, and proportions. This enhances their observation skills, which are crucial for any artist.

Improved Artistic Techniques: Participating in live drawing sessions helps students refine their artistic techniques, such as shading, perspective, and composition. They can experiment with different styles and approaches under the guidance of experienced teachers.

Cultural Appreciation: By choosing a subject like Warangal Fort, students not only engage in artistic expression but also develop a deeper appreciation for their cultural heritage and surroundings.

Collaborative Learning: Working alongside peers and receiving feedback from teachers fosters a collaborative learning environment. Students can exchange ideas, learn from each other’s techniques, and support one another throughout the creative process.

Boost in Confidence: Successfully completing a live drawing session boosts students’ confidence in their artistic abilities. It encourages them to take creative risks, overcome challenges, and persevere until they achieve their desired outcomes.

The management of Greenwood Group of Schools, believe events like the live pencil drawing of Warangal Fort contribute significantly to the holistic development of students, nurturing their creativity, critical thinking, and cultural awareness.



The live pencil drawing event organized by Greenwood High School served as a platform for student artists to showcase their talents, learn new skills, and celebrate the beauty of their surroundings. Such initiatives not only enrich the school’s artistic community but also inspire students to explore the world around them through the lens of creativity and expression.

The honourable director of Greenwood Group of Schools Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu, School Academic Principal Sri. V.V.V Naveen Kumar, Administrative Principal T. Pavan Kumar and Vice Principal Sri. V. Suresh Kumar appreciated both the students and the art and craft staff for organizing such a wonderful event which show cased the talent of the students and the school’s role in encouraging the students in acquiring holistic growth as well.


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Conduct of ” A ” certificate Exam 2024 at LB college Warangal.


The NCC troops of the school had their A certificate exam conducted on 20th and 21st of January 2024. The A certificate exam is the first level of the NCC certificate exams others being the B and C certificate ones.

The A certificate exam is for the school level students who have taken two years of NCC training, as a part of which they do attend a camp for 10 days to know about the Regimental way of life.

The A certificate has great priority for selections in academic pursuits of Medical and Engineering streams as it provides a 5 percent reservation for the cadets.


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This year the school had 86 cadets appeared for the exam. The number of girls being 27 and that of Boys being 59.

On the first day, the cadets faced drill test, Map reading test, Field craft, battle craft and weapon training practicals.

On the second day they faced the written test covering a wide range of topics both in military as well as common subjects.

The cadets were motivated to be disciplined and take up the exam quite seriously. The ANO First Officer Sri. S. Radha Krishnan felt that most of them need to choose an army life and be good army officers of the future.

The Officer Cadet Sri. M. Ramakrishna felt the cadets need to take the opportunity well and prove their mettle in the future life.

The cadets were appreciated by the Commanding officer Col. Ajayanand Khandhuri of the 10(T)Bn.NCC.Warangal.

The academic and the administrative principals Mr. V.V.V. Naveen Kumar and Mr. T. Pavan Kumar appreciated the cadets commitment towards getting trained in an army oriented atmosphere.

The Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu felt that these cadets should be a role model of the future and be good leaders in the spheres of life they choose to lead.


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Greenwood High School Students Attend ” Pariksha Pe Charcha 2024 “


On January 29, 2024, more than 500 students of Class 10th and 9th of Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, Warangal attended a live broadcast of the Pariksha Pe Charcha (PPC) 2024 programme from their respective classrooms. Pariksha Pe Charcha is an annual event organised by the Ministry of Education in India, where Prime Minister Sri. Narendra Modi interacts with students, parents, and teachers from across the country and addresses their issues and concerns related to exams. The programme aims to provide guidance and motivation to students who are preparing for exams and to focus on various aspects of exam preparation and overall well-being for students.

PPC 2024 was the 7th edition of the annual programme that was initiated by Prime Minister Sri. Narendra Modi in 2018 to connect with students and to share his insights and experiences on exam preparation and stress management. PPC 2024 was held at Bharat Mandapam, ITPO, New Delhi, and was attended by around 4000 students, parents, and teachers from various states and union territories of India. Over 2.6 crore students registered for the event. Two students and a teacher from each state and Union Territory, along with winners of the Kala Utsav, were invited. The program was also live-streamed on YouTube and other social media platforms, reaching millions of viewers across the country and abroad.

PPC 2024 was divided into four segments: ‘Pariksha Pe Charcha’, ‘Dostana’, ‘Pareeksha Ki Baat’, and ‘Aapke Sawal, Modi Ji Ke Jawab’. In each segment, Prime Minister interacted with the participants and answered their questions on various topics related to exams, such as technology, goal setting, health, sleep, writing, relaxation, friendship, comparison, and competition.

PPC 2024 was a lively and engaging programme that showcased PM Sri Narendra Modi’s rapport with the students and his ability to inspire and motivate them. He used anecdotes, examples, humour, and metaphors to convey his messages and to make the programme interesting and relatable for the audience.

During the interaction, Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi emphasized several key points, which were considered major takeaways from his conversation with the students:

  • Technology Setting Small Goals: Students were advised to set small goals gradually while preparing for exams, ensuring thorough preparation long before the actual exams.
  • Usage: Prime Minister Sri Narendra Modi encouraged students to use technology judiciously and educate their parents about its benefits in academic pursuits.

  • Equal Treatment: Prime Minister emphasized that all students should be treated equally, and weaker students should receive additional support to succeed.

  • Health and Sleep: The importance of sleep for students’ health was highlighted, comparing the body’s need for rest to a mobile phone’s need for charging.

  • Writing Practice: PM Modi stressed the significance of regular writing practice, as it improves skills, aids time management during exams, and enhances memorisation.

  • Deep Breathing Exercises: Students were advised to calm themselves by practicing deep breathing exercises before entering the exam hall, helping them overcome nervousness.

  • Friendship and Ambition: Having ambitious friends was highlighted as a positive influence for personal development, with emphasis on not getting caught up in comparing achievements.

  • Avoid Comparisons: Parents were advised against comparing their children with others, as it can be detrimental to their future.

  • Healthy Competition: The importance of challenges and healthy competition in life was emphasized by PM Modi, indicating that they contribute to personal growth and prevent monotony.

  • Supportive Atmosphere: Parents were urged not to excessively focus on their child’s scores and marks, creating unnecessary stress. Instead, fostering an atmosphere that encourages overall development and well-being was suggested.

The report concludes that PPC 2024 was a beneficial and enjoyable programme that provided valuable advice and tips to students who are preparing for exams. The programme also highlighted the importance of aspects such as friendship, health, stress management, technology, and adequate sleep for students’ well-being and performance.

The programme also encouraged students to set small and realistic goals, to treat every student equally, to focus on writing during the preparatory stage, to calm themselves before exams, to embrace the positive impact of having ambitious friends, to avoid comparing themselves with others, and to promote healthy competition among themselves. The report also acknowledges the efforts and initiatives of Prime Minister Sri. Narendra Modi and his team to organise and conduct such a programme that connects with the youth and empowers them to face the challenges of exams and life.


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A Grand Salute to the Nation: 75th Republic Day Celebrations @ Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy.


The 75th Republic Day of India was celebrated with great enthusiasm and patriotism at Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, Warangal on 26th January, 2024. It was a momentous occasion as it marked the completion of 75 years of the adoption of the Constitution of India, which is the supreme law of the land and the source of its democratic values.

The Republic Day celebration at Greenwood High School, Hasanparthy, was a splendid event to commemorate the 75th Republic Day of India. The event was attended by the honourable guests, the teachers, and the students. It was graced by the presence of honourable Director Sri. Dr. G. Bharadwaja Naidu sir, the honourable chief guest of the day, Sri. G. Yellappa Naidu sir, the esteemed General Manager, Sri. A. Prabhu Kumar sir, Academic Principal Sri V.V.V. Naveen Kumar sir Administrative Principal, Sri. T. Pavan Kumar sir, Vice principal – Sri. V. Suresh Kumar sir, and other dignitaries.

The event included various activities such as speeches, prize distribution, and cultural programs. It was a reflection of the patriotic spirit and the cultural heritage of the school and the nation. This report presents a detailed account of the event and its highlights.

The event began with the introduction to the event by the anchors – G. Sahasra of 9th Class and O. Anusree of 10th class. They welcomed the guests and the audience and highlighted the significance of the Republic Day. The dignitaries were welcomed onto the dias with a guard of honour by the NCC cadets of the school. The anchors of the event are Ch. Aapthika, R. Alekhya, O. Anusree from 10th class and G. Sahasra from 9th Class.

On reaching the dias, the chief guest and other guests garlanded the portraits of Dr. BR Ambedkar, a visionary Indian political leader and social reformer, fought against caste discrimination and played a pivotal role in drafting the Constitution of India, and Gandhiji, who is also known as Mahatma Gandhi, an Indian lawyer, politician, social activist, writer who became the leader of the nationalist movement against the British rule of India and revered as the Father of the Nation. The guests also cracked coconuts ritually on this auspicious occasion as a part of paying tributes to the freedom fighters. The National Flag was hoisted by the chief guest and the national anthem was sung by all.

The event was marked by a spectacular parade by the students of the school. The parade was led by the school band, followed by the NCC cadets, the sports teams, and the cultural clubs. It displayed the discipline, dedication, and diversity of the students. It also showcased the patriotic spirit and the cultural heritage of the country. The parade was witnessed by the honorable guests and the teachers. It was applauded and appreciated by everyone present. And it was a fitting tribute to the nation and its constitution on this auspicious occasion.

The event proceeded with the speeches by the students on various topics related to the Republic Day and the achievements of India. The students spoke eloquently and confidently on the contributions of Freedom Fighters. They also expressed their views on the current issues and challenges faced by the nation and the role of the youth in overcoming them. The speeches were followed by the speeches by the teachers who shared their insights and experiences on the importance of the Republic Day and the values of democracy and secularism.