DATE: - 14th August, 2012.
TEACHERS IN CHARGE: - Mrs Pamela Dias / Mrs Mary D’Souza.

Compere 1:- Good morning and a warm welcome to Rev. Fr. Rector, Rev. Fr. Principal, our supervisor, all you dear teachers and my dear friends,

The midnight of August 15, 1947 is memorable for every Indian on earth, as it is the time, when India gained independence from the stranglehold of the mighty British. The otherwise suppressed tri-coloured flag of India was given its due respect, when it was hoisted in the midnight on the Independence Day. Since then, the red-letter day is celebrated with pomp and gaiety, across the length and breadth of India. Cultural programs and flag-hoisting ceremonies are the predominant affair of the day, while colourful kites fill the sky in the evening, to symbolize freedom. People indulge themselves in remembering the heroes of the freedom struggle and pay homage to them.

Compere 2:-We are proud to be Indians. Apart from our culture, civilisation, brotherly attitude towards all religions, casts and communities, the most important binding factor is our National Tricolour which symbolises all that our society stands for.
I request all of you my dear friends to stand erect and pay respect to our national flag and sing the National anthem.

Compere 1:- Even after 65 years of independence we celebrate the day with utmost serenity and commitment because we know the struggle and sacrifices our fore-fathers did to gain independence for our mother India. We now would like to pay homagewith a song in Hindi, to our great leaders and soldiers who laid down their lives for the freedom of our country. We want to tell them that we are all proud Indians and love our country.

Compere 2:- There may be minor deficiencies but I have no doubt in my mind that but for their struggle and sacrifices, we would not have reached where we are today. According to me, the message of our tricolour is to use our freedom for building friendly neighbourhood, providing care and comfort to the needy, using the national resource for the upliftment of the down trodden and above all to hold the values of our country at the highest peak of global tower. Let us recommit ourselves to this objective. We as the youth of this society promise to do our best. My friends now make a promise in a dance performance. You too my friends should do your best.

Dance performance on the song JAAG TARUNA

Compere 2:-
If we really need and want to create a newly re-formed country, we must arouse the dipped ancient knowledge and tradition in every citizen; which can generate and create a truthful social independent society; and stimulate our conception, behavior and a democratic period. We would like to conclude this program with a song in Marathi.

Compere 1:-May I now invite our dear Rev. Fr. Rector to come and enlighten us with his words of wisdom.
(Fr. Rectors speaks.)
Compere 2:-We now request Rev. Fr Godfrey D’Souza to please give away the certificates of the Best out of waste competition
Compere 2:- Thank you Father
Compere 1 I now hand over the mike to the school captain
and request our Principal Rev. Fr. Crispino D’Souza to give away the prizes to
1) The winning house
2) Best class in discipline
3) Highest collection for the Deserving boys fund.
Compere 2 Thank You Father
Compere 1:- I request all of you my dear friends to stand at attention and pay respect to our national flag and sing the National anthem.

No comments:

Post a Comment