MES commemorates Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s 112th birthday
TRIBUNE NEWS NETWORK
DOHA MES Indian School organised fun-filled literary and cultural activities to celebrate 112th birthday of India’s first prime minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru recently. As part of the celebration, the school held a special assembly to highlight the role played by Nehruji in India’s freedom struggle and his love for children and the red rose.
The speakers at the assembly were Sohail Zubair from boys’ section, Nawal Amir from girls’ section and Hajara Najeeb from the CBSE-i. The event also featured various competitions on handwriting in Hindi and English languages, fancy dress, elocution, painting and drawing, bulletin board display, clay moulding, crafting crepepaper roses, henna designing, photography, flower arrangement and vegetable carving. The competitions drew enthusiastic participation in all sections.
The girls’ section had a creative craft work display while the CBSE-i section conducted a symposium on the theme ‘Jawaharlal Nehru – the visionary and architect of modern India’. In the junior section, teachers presented a dance performance and spoke about the significance of children’s day. On the sideline of the events, Dr K M R Mathew from KIMS Medical Centre presented a talk to mark the World Diabetes Day. One of the students, Sanjay J B enthralled other students with his magical skilled during a magic show.
He was supervised by Chief Magician, Jayan Orma. Acting Principal Hameeda Kadar, acting General Secretary MP Salim Head of Academic Inspection Nasreen Samad Khan, vice-principal of boys’ section, heads of the Kerala board, junior and KG sections were also present on the occasion.
The events were coordinated by Manmadhan Mambally, In-charge, literary activities.