“A milestone passed, new things begun, Dreams are shining as the sun.
A goal achieved, a victory won,that’s what we call Graduation!”
Graduation Day for the Students is more than a ceremony. It was a day to celebrate an accomplishment and welcoming a new beginning. The Graduation Day organised in MRIS-14, Faridabad was full of pride and joy for not only the kindergartners but also for the teachers and their parents as they graduated from KG to Grade I. The programme commenced with the auspicious ceremony of lighting of the lamp along with the chant of mantras. It was followed by the prayer sung by the students seeking the blessings of the almighty. The little ones presented the journey of their learning of different themes during their class of K.G. They started with the entry of Earth and its seven Continents. Students wearing dresses and headgear of the famous landmarks like Burj Khalifa, Great Wall of China, Statue of Liberty and one of the Wonders of the World- Taj Mahal and the native clothing of all the Continents walked on the ramp and shared their knowledge with the audience with great confidence. An exhilarating Clap Show was performed to show body percussion which was enjoyed by all. An entertaining and comparative skit on the theme ‘Modernization’ was presented by the little ones showing the development in the field of Education, Communication, Entertainment and Transport over the years. It was a picture perfect moment when the children received the graduation scrolls from the Chief Guests and were applauded by one and all present there. Archie Bohra of KG-1 was awarded a medal and a certificate for securing the third position in District Level Lawn Tennis Championship. The graduation song presented by the children depicted their exciting and nostalgic emotions.The event was graced by Mrs. Anupama, Founder and Principal of Joy Ride School, Faridabad and Mrs.and Mr. Sunny Bansal, Executive director of MRIS-46.
The Principal Ms. Mamta Wadhwa welcomed the guests and congratulated the parents as well as the students for their efforts through the entire session. The programme was culminated with a foot tapping performance which was a fusion of Japanese, Ballet and Namaste India Dance enjoyed by one and all present there.