Shri Rawatpura Sarkar Shiksha Sansthan celebrates annual day with zeal

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 08 Mar 2017 10:45:41


Staff Reporter,

RAIPUR,

Mar 7,

SHRI Rawatpura Sarkar Shiksha Sansthan celebrated annual day ‘Sprinkle-Shower of lights’ at Astha Manch at its Dhaneli unit on last Saturday. Additional Commissioner Tribal Welfare Department R K Sidar graced the occasion as chief guest while Executive Director of Shri Rawatpura Sarkar Group of Institutions S S Verma was the guest of honour. The programme commenced with lighting of traditional lamp followed with Saraswati Vandana by nursing student Deepika Bais and Meenakshi Sahu.


 Later, students of GNM and ANM second year Twinkle Chandrakar, Lalita Nag and Krishna Pradhan enthralled the audience with their group dance wearing traditional dresses of Maharashtra, Gujarat and Jharkhand. The Bollywood and Hollywood Remix hit numbers by M Kanak Raju and Arun Das of ITI received huge applause. Fusion remix presented by students of Polytechnic enthralled the audience. About 20 presentations consisting of vocal, dance and mono performances were staged by the students which received good appreciation from the audience.  Speaking on the occasion, chief guest RK Sidar called upon the students to use their energy in national and social interest so that in-future they may become an honorable citizen of the nation.
“The college days are one of the most important parts of our youth in which a student imbibes values and professional ethics in self,” said Sidar.  Presiding over the program, Executive Director SS Verma said that the institution was striving towards improving professional studies.


He said “Digital library, modern laboratories and well qualified teachers have been appointed here for the students of Polytechnic, ITI, Nursing and Education to ensure their bright future”. The occasion was marked with presence of Director of the institution Rahul Mishra, Principal of Education faculty Dr Sandeep Sahu, Principal Shri ITI Rammilan Patel and Principal Nursing Annapurna Sahu.