9TH DAY OF TARUN UTSAV

- By Divyanshi
21.April.2018

"Our flag does not fly because the wind moves it, it flies with the last breath of each soldier who died protecting it."

 The fearless men and women at the Indian armed force stay far from their families and sacrifice their lives, so that we can be with our friends and family and rest calmly during the evening. No amount of gratitude would be enough to thank them for all they do for us. But, today in Kendriya Vidyalaya no.2 Delhi cantt. We all were filled with patriotism, when Col. R K Gill came to our school to have a brief talk to the students attending the Utsav. 


The first and second session were addressed by Col. R. K. Gill. He explained to us the importance of time management , he also told us effective ways to manage our time. He urged us to have aims in our lives and work hard to achieve them. He told us about how we can all make a timetable to study effectively.

He also explained to us the various opportunities for girls and boys in the armed forces and para military forces in his second session. He also told us about what all the armed forces offer us as a career opportunity.


The sessions by Col. R. K . Gill was very interesting and it made us all feel proud of our armed forces.


The third session was held by Pooja Kashyap mam ( W E Teacher).  She explained the procedure to make flowers from organdi cloth . She also helped the students to make flowers.

Pooja mam teaching us how to make flowers from organdi cloth

The fourth session was addressed by Jitendra kaushik (Yoga Instructor). He explained to us the benefits of doing yoga. He also explained to us about the career opportunities as a yoga instructor  and the huge amount of mental satisfaction we would get in the job.

The fifth session was conducted by Agnibina mam and Jyotika Mam who helped us with our preparations for the dance we will be doing at the closing ceremony of the utsav

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