Primary Wing Vividha - An Inter- School Fiesta 2021-22
On 22nd January 2022, the Primary wing of Ahlcon Public School conducted Vividha an InterSchool Fiesta Coalescence (SDG-4&5) virtually via Zoom meeting platform. Several leading schools of Delhi, NCR and other states were invited to celebrate the diversity in the talents, imaginations and innovations among children of primary wing who participated with great vigour and enthusiasm. This year too, the pandemic couldn’t hither our manifestations to successfully organise this mega event. Twelve competitions were organised in total namely-– Folktale with a twist- Story Enactment (Class-I), Squiggle- Doodle Art (Class I), AbhivyaktiPradarshan Aur Kathan(Hindi)(class II), Unlock your Creativity- Digital Drawing (class II), Elemental Strokes-Zentangle Art (Class-III), Ponder On The Verses-Recitation (English) (Class-3), Math-E-Matrix- MathsActivity (Class-IV), Vani Kalash –Chaupai Vachan Pratiyogita(Hindi) (class IV), Creative Dazibao-Poster Making (Class-IV), Sargam- Solo Song (Hindi)(Class-V), Concursion -Talk Show (class V) and Rhythmic Bliss- Solo Dance (Class-V). The event commenced with the principal’s address by Dr Deepak Raj Singh Bisht and an introductory video on Vividha. The compering was done by Ms. Parul Sharma and Ms. Roopa Bhattacharya.
The proceedings began with the lighting of the auspicious lamp along with Ganesh Vandana and Krishna Stuti presented by our little talented artists followed by the result declaration of all the twelve competitions the entries of which were received prior. Each and every competition was judged by different dexterous and competent judges. The overall trophy was clinched by Ryan International School- Mayur Vihar. The event concluded with the encouraging speech by Dr. Ashok Pandey, Director- Ahlcon Schools, where he applauded the efforts of all the participants and team Vividha as well. The vote of thanks was presented by our headmistress Ms Seema Soni and in the end we had the School Song while having the glimpses of the VIVIDHA of yester years.