Every year, to honor our achievers we celebrate ‘Annual Prize Day’. Annual day cultural program was celebrated with great passion and enthusiasm. This year we presented the drama: ‘EDUCATION- A NEED, OR A GREED?’ which was based on the history of Indian educational system. The program started at 5pm. at Dadasaheb Gaikwad Sabhagruha. The chief guest for the program was Mr. Ravindra Singhal – Commissioner of Police, Nashik, also known as the iron man, Dr. Pradeep Pawar, the honorable trustee of the school. The Annual Prize Day began with felicitation of the Chief Guest and presentation of Annual Report by Principal Mrs. Pallavi Vidhate. The prizes were distributed among the achievers, followed by the drama. The drama was pre-recorded and it went on in a continuous flow including songs and dances where students from Std – I to Std – X with lots of enthusiasm performed in it. Teachers and Students sang a song ‘Hum Sankalpa Karte Hai’ and passed on a social message to all the audience and society, followed by National Anthem.

No matter what it takes not only in academics or sports but also extracurricular activities are important for the well-being and the healthy attitude of a child. To minimize the fear of a future setback and low amount of personality development of a child, it is an important factor to help a child properly in other co-curricular activities to make our students gain more confidence, we organize Annual Prize Day. For us, this is not only an entertainment factor but also study of being hard working, being united and creative in music, dance, dramatics, stage decoration and managing stage equipment.

Annual Prize Day of Pre-primary section was organized on 25th Jan. 2019 in the school Campus. The theme for the program was Calendar Year. The chief guest for the day was Mrs. Alka B Gangurde – Parent of the School Topper in March 2018, SSC Board Examination. The prizes were distributed to the students for their various achievements followed by the cultural program. Students showcased the various cultural diversity in India through their act and dance