Jubilee Hills Public School celebrated its annual day with splendor on 9th December, 2017. The Chief Guest for the day was Honourable Sri Justice M. SitaramaMurti, High Court, Hyderabad. The President, Jubilee Hills Education Society, Sri. K. Krishnadev Rao, The Chairman,Jubilee Hills Public School, Sri. A. MuraliMukund, distinguished Managing Committee Members, Staff, Parents,Students and Alumni graced the occasion. The programme started with a swagatham song and dance invoking the lord’s blessings.
The Chief Guest Sri. Justice M. Sitarama Murti said that he was happy coming to a temple of learning and joy. He said that the teachers were second parents while the parents were always the first teacher for the child.He exemplified that studying for learning was important and equally important are the values one learns through life. He asked the students to enjoy what they do and do it supremely well and greet the future with hope and anticipation.
Addressing the gathering The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund said, the intention to provide good education, having a good faculty, the parents encouragement and the students hard work have been the pillars of success of JHPS. With the same objective JHPS has started a branch at Rampally and the same vision is being carried forward in starting a school at Vijayawada. He also reiterated that the technology should be used positively to learn and not misuse it.
The Principal welcomed the gathering and spoke about the school’s academic and sports achievements as well as the many laurels won by the school at the national and international levels.
The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi then briefed about the awards and the selection process which goes into rewarding the deserving students. Cash awards and Certificates of Appreciation were given to the teachers who had 100% attendance. The Chief Guest and The President awarded the Gold medals, Silver medals and scholarships to the students in academics, sports and co-scholastic areas. A special scholarship cash award was given to a deserving student.
The evening gathered momentum with beautiful dances, thought provoking skits which talked about women empowerment and provided insights into our glorious past. The Audience was left spell bound with the Jugalbandi performed by the students. The evening took a divine turn with slokas sung by the Primary students. The programme ended with a vote of thanks and the National Anthem.
Posted on December 9, 2017