Graduation Day Celebration 2018-19
‘Congratulations, You Graduated, Congratulations, You finally made it’…….
Meenakshi Blooming Buds, Sector 10A, Gurugram celebrated the Graduation Day on Saturday, 16th February 2019 for felicitating students on completion of their Pre Primary years of schooling. Themed as ‘Colors of Life’, the event was a spectacle of colours and vibrancy. The occasion was graced by the benign presence of Mr. Manish Hada, Vice Chairman, Ms.Puja Hada, Ms. Shweta Dora, Blooming Buds Co-ordinator, Ms. Praveen Malhotra, Sr. Co-ordinator, Meenakshi World School, Ms. Vipula Saxena, Director-cum-Principal, Meenakshi Public School and Guest of Honor Mr. Vikas Gandhi, Director, Holy Heart Play School and the entire teaching and management team of Meenakshi Blooming Buds along with the parents of all the children graduating as well as performing. The program began with the auspicious Lamp Lighting, seeking blessings from Almighty, followed by a heart stealing invocation dance ‘Deva Shri Ganesha’ performed to worship Ganesha. After Ganesh Vandana, the entire gathering was addressed by Mr. Manish Hada, Vice Chairman, inspiring and encouraging students, parents and entire team of Blooming Buds. Students of Sundrop sections were confident while they received degrees and mementos with a bright smile on their face and sparkle in their eyes. They presented the News Desk and a colorful array of performances including presentations on the theme – ‘Colors of Life’. During the next event, ‘Around the World at Eighty’, the feeling of joy lingered as many sizzling performances were given which depicted the cultures of various countries like Arabia, Africa, Philippines, Germany, Thailand and India. Everyone present was left mesmerized by the confidence and grace of the performers. Thereafter students of the primary sections concluded the function by presenting a power-packed Grand Finale Dance.
Through all beautiful performances, the day witnessed loads of smiles and cheers as the school made way to yet another group of students who would one day strive for being successful and responsible citizens. The gathering observed a silence of 2 minutes in condolence to pay respect to the martyrs who lost their lives in the Pulwama attack on our CRPF soldiers.