Wednesday, March 16, 2016

A two-days National Students Exchange Programme under the banner of ‘All India Edu-leaders Forum’ was inaugurated with great zeal at the Nelsum Exquisite Millennium Hall in JK Public School, Kunjwani.

Various CBSE Schools namely D.P.S Sagar, S.P.S International School, M.C.S Pathankot, Silverline Prestige School, M.M.P Udaipur School, A.P.S Dehradun, Stephen International School, Jammu Sanskriti School, Jodhamal School, SBYP Vidya Mandir, Kathua, D.P.S Kathua, SOS Herman School, K.C Inernational School participated in this mega event.

The programme started with the lighting of lamp and message of Honourable Governor to JK Public School and AIEL was read by the Chief Guest Mr. Simrandeep Singh Deputy Commissioner Jammu Dr. Rajesh Chandel Founder AIEL, Mr. Priyadarshi Nayak Founder AIEL, Member of Management Mr. Gautam Daluja, Brig. Sukhdev Singh Director, S.K Singh Principal and principals of various participating schools were present.

Dr. Rajesh Chandel addressed the audience and explained the aim and objectives of All India Edu-Leaders. After Ganesh Vandana, all the participants sang the group song ‘Sare Jahan Se Acha’ in chorus. Brig. Sukhdev Singh extended his heartiest welcome to the chief guest and all the dignitaries. Dance and folk-songs presented by the host school displaying the culture and heritage of Jammu and Kashmir mesmerized everyone .

The Chief-Guest Mr. Simrandeep Singh in his address congratulated the school management for providing a national platform where such vibrant talent can be displayed. He orated that such exchange programmes will spark the minds and hearts of the young learners so that they can be the leaders of tomorrow. He also mentioned that govt. schools must also be involved in these programmes.

An exhibition stall related to co-scholastic activities viz: life skills, values, attitudes, gender, health and well-being, physical education and positive parenting was the highlight of the day.Social awareness was created among the learners through on spot poster making competition wherein the artists exhibited their skill as well as creativity. The participants equally showed their enthusiasm in theme songs, jingles and elocution contest covering the topics ‘Peace and Harmony’ Save the girl child….save our society, Stop this war – The scourage of drugs etc.

The Exchange Programme aims to develop leadership qualities, exchange of ideas, thoughts, cultures and traditions and above all building self-confidence among the students.