MPS 45 th Annual Function-2022
The air of gaiety and festivity engulfed the premises of Maheshwari Public School, Jawahar Nagar with the celebration of its Annual Function, Satyanubhuti, a grandiloquent cultural bonanza highlighting the need for Buddha’s teaching in the present-day scenario. The event was held in the glorious presence of the esteemed members of ECMS, Chairman Sh Kedar Mal Bhala, and Vice Chairman Sh. Bajrang Lal Baheti, General Secretary Education Sh Madhu Sudan Bihani, Hon. Secretary CA Amit Gattani, Treasurer CA Anil Kumar Sharda, Building Secretary Mr. Sumit Kabra , School Principal Mr. Ashok Vaid, Parents. Staff and Students. The Chief Guest of the day was Sh. Lalit Maheshwari (Retd IPS) and the Guest of Honour was Dr. Jitendra Singh Makkar ( HOD and Director Cardiology, EHCC). The day started with the auspicious lighting of a lamp at the Saraswati Temple of the school. The school auditorium ‘ Takshashila’ was set in a grandeur arrangement. The guests were given a floral. They were adorned with a shawl, a traditional saafa & a memento as a token of gratitude. Chairman , MPS gave a welcome address to the august gathering.
The vision of ECMS and MPS was presented by Gen. Secretary of Education and Hon. Secretary MPS, JN in which they expressed their keen desire of creating a dynamic environment to bring out the best of every student in a holistic manner. They said that along with learning, ECMS focuses on the complete development of a child, creating a strong foundation for them to emerge as wise leaders rooted in their ethnicity and culture. School Principal read out the annual report of the school enumerating the achievements of the sites. He extended his heartfelt thanks to the parents who have shown unflinching faith in the institution. In the Award Ceremony, Awards and Certificates were conferred on the students under multifarious categories. The dignitaries of the day congratulated the students for their stupendous accomplishments and acknowledged the efforts of the school in the multifaceted growth of its students. Then there was the time of unveiling the Annual School Magazine, “ARCHWAY” which was the greatest attraction of the day. The cultural program had colourful and enthusiastic presentations of orchestra, songs, dances and drama which highlighted the deep impact of the teachings of Buddhism on the furious ruler Ashoka, who exerted himself strenuously for the propagation of Buddhism which he ultimately found solace and peace of mind. Parents and guests seemed glued to the complete programme having a glint of pride in their eyes as they watched the mesmerizing performances of the students. The event was a great success which was concluded with a Vote of Thanks by the Head Boy of the school followed by the National Anthem.