Celebrating Gandhi Jayanti
The 153rd Birth Anniversary of Gandhiji was celebrated with patriotic fervour. Various activities to commemorate the occasion were conducted for the Primary Classes.
The popular festival of Dussehra was celebrating with joy and gaiety by the students of the Primary Classes. The children participated in various activities celebrating the Victory of Good Over Evil.
The popular festival of lights, Diwali was celebrated with gaiety and joy on 21st October. The students also presented a colourful representation of the Ramayana during the Morning Assembly, which was appreciated by all.
Various activities related to Diwali were conducted in the primary classes, click here to Read More
CFS Students Visit The Parliament House
On 20th October 2022, the CFS Winners of the event held under “DESH AUR HUM” initiative under “Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” by NADT, Regional Campus, Delhi, visited the Parliament accompanied by the teacher, Ms.Neelam Malhotra. Visiting the Parliament House for the first time was nothing but a dream come true for us where we got to see many political leaders. With much enthusiasm and smiles we combed the prestigious institution, aiming to learn more about the functioning of the Parliament.
The day was abuzz with excitement among all of us. We couldn’t wait to catch a glimpse of their famous representatives, as it were, in person orating in the coveted Lok Sabha. The bus ride through Central Delhi was an experience in itself. As we reached Parliament House, we saw scores of reporters from TV Channels crawling all over the place! The policemen held the traffic to enable the students to cross the road and even offered generous smiles- something rather rare in other parts of Delhi! After what felt like a million security checks, we found ourselves seated in the Visitors’ Gallery of the Lok Sabha.
The Lok Sabha or House of the People is the lower house of parliament .Dr.Babita Singh Parasain,Joint Director of Lok Sabha Secretariat explained the parliamentary practices and procedures ,which was really enlightening .
Sitting in the Public Gallery of the Lok Sabha was a real treat. One got an unparalleled view of the Assembly. It lent a strange feeling of responsibility that doesn’t come when watching the proceedings on television.
The Lok Sabha hall is wood-paneled and adorned with the signs of the princely states in British India. When we looked down from our gallery atop the country’s highest forum of debate, we saw nation-builders arguing about what’s best for the country. The place is grand with its broad corridor running around the building with verses written in few places. A Large image of Mahatma Gandhi Ji in the lawns is sure to catch your attention. It makes you wonder if things would have been different if he was present in blood and flesh instead of stone.We saw the Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha and the Central Hall and learnt about their respective seating plan. We would like to thank our School and NADT for organizing this wonderful educational trip.