Compering Script For Annual Sports Day Essay

Oxford Grammar School celebrated it's 28 th Sports-cum-Annual Day Celebrations on, 1.1.2009 at their school play ground in frolicsome atmosphere . The Day was exclusively for High school students i.e., from VI to X Class. A festive spirit was created with a well decorated playground. And every little detail seen to.

The dignitaries present on the occasion were, Dr.P.Padmavathi, Vice Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru Architecture & Fine Arts University, as the Chief Guest. Sri.L.Venkatramreddy, General Secretary, A.P.Olympic Association as the Guest of Honour, Sri.M.Vedakumar, Chairman, OGS presided over the meeting. Smt.B.Saileela Reddy, Head Mistress, OGS read the Annual report. Mr.M.L.Muralidhar Rao, Correspondent, OGS graced the occasion.

Dr.P.Padmavathi , the Chief Guest while speaking on the occasion, said that she was impressed by the spectacular performance of the students, while watching the programme she was reminded her school days. She was impressed by the highly disciplined and groomed students of OGS. She congratulated the students for their efforts and hoped that the fraternity will go long way.

Sri.L.Venkatram Reddy, the Guest of Honour of today's programme was impressed by the eye-catching performance of the students and staff for their efforts in making the programme a successful.

Mr.M.Vedakumar, Chairman, Oxford Grammar School while presiding over the function in his concluding speech praised P.E.T. Teachers for their efforts. A strong intension to provide exposure in other fields particularly in physical education equally to the formal education made him to acquire the spacious play ground with proper infrastructure. He said that he is proud to see many Oxfordians excelling in many fields in India and abroad due to the exposure provide to them by the school.

As the guests entered into the ground, Guard of Honour was extended by the students. The guests took salute by the various houses of the school led by their respective captains. The oath was taken by the head girl.

The various drills that were put up like Mass Drill, Flag Display were a pretty sight of colour synchronization, Rhythm and Team work.

Athletic events like Running Race, Relays added to the excitement and thrill not only among the students but also among the onlookers. The spirit of true sportsmanship was evident everywhere.

Pyramid formation by the high school boys and Aerobics high school girls was the highlight of the celebrations.

The programme was followed by Prize Distribution programme. The all round trophy was received by the captain of the houses amidst thunderous applause and cheers.

The function closed with a Vote of Thanks.

DPS DURG, HOLDS FOURTEENTH ANNUAL SPORTS MEET

The Fourteenth Annual Sports Day of DPS, Durg was celebrated on 24th December, 2017 amidst great mirth, verve and camaraderie. Shri Amresh Kumar Mishra, IPS, Superintendent of Police, Bhilai-Durg Region, Capt. (Shri) Rudra Sen Sindhu, Chairman, Sindhu Education Foundation, New Delhi, Capt. (Shri) Abhimanyu Sindh, Hon’ble Finance Minister, Haryana, Ms. Ekta Sindhu, Director, Sindhu Education Foundation and Acharya Balkishan of the Patanjali Group were the Chief Guests in various phases of the Meet. Present on the occasion, were Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi, Managing Editor, Haribhoomi Group, Shri Vivek Varma, Pro-Vice Chairman, DPS Durg and Shri H. S. Batra, Member , Managing Committee, DPS Durg, Mr. Parshant Vashishta, Principal, DPS Bhilai, Mr. Anupal Sagar, Principal, DPS Durg, Members of the PTA, Press and Parents.

The Chief Guest was welcomed with bouquets. The Principal welcomed the guests and gathering formally and read a brief report of the school’s sports activities and the students’. This was entailed by the unfurling of the school flag and the declaration of the Meet open by the Chief Guest, marking the commencement of the ceremony, followed by the lighting of the flame by the school’s Sports Secretaries and balloons, to mark the expression of joy and rejoicement.

The Chief Guest was escorted by the Principal, for the inspection of the School Appointments and the three House contingents. A spectacular, impressive, and a well synchronized March Past by the three Houses contingents of the Senior Wing students and the Primary Wing students, rendered the spectators, speechless and awestruck. Thereafter, the Chief Guest administered oath to the School Appointments.

The most intriguing aspect, embellishing the event, was the splendid field displays, involving mass student participation, which splattered on the field, a riot of hues and vibrance based on the theme ‘Sports : India’s endeavours and achievements’. The displays included presentation ‘One Child One Sport’ by the Pre-Primary Wing, ‘Hockey – The Pride of India’ by classes II & III and ‘Surging towards Excellence’ by classes IV & V of the Primary Wing. The Middle Wing boys of classes VI – VIII presented ‘Sports Carnival’ and the Girls of classes VI-VIII presented ‘Desh Ki Sugandh’.

This was followed by the track events including 4 races by the Pre-Primary Wing, 4 races by the Primary Wing and 100 mts. Sprint for boys and girls of Middle & Senior wing as well as 4×100 mts. Relay Race for both boys and girls of the Senior Wing.

The Chief Guest, Mr. Amresh Mishra in his address was superlative in his praise for the March past done by DPS Durg students stating that it was outstanding and well synchoronised and that he would ask his police battalion to learn from them. He lauded the energy zest and vitality of students presenting the Field Displays. He opined that the sports is a very important part of education because it makes students disciplined. He urged students to participate in sports with sincerity.

The Dhanvantri of modern times Acharya Balkrishan of the Patanjali Group stated that Sports Day is a hands on learning experience to prepare students for the competition of life.

Capt. Abhimanyu Sindhu stated in his address that after 70 years of independence the new generation has taken a successful initiative and lead in all spheres of life and that in the 100th Independence Day celebrations these children would be the fore front leaders of the country.

Hon’ble Capt Abhimanyu Sindhu, Finance Minister of Haryana, presented the shield for the best House in March Past and Best overall House in Sports.

The Nilgiri House was adjudged the Best House, in the March Past and the overall Best House is Shivalik House in sports events.

The zealous parents, gathered in large numbers, constantly applauded the participants of the Field track displays.

In the Closing Ceremony, the Meet was declared closed by Capt Abhimanyu Sindhu and the School Flag was handed over to the Principal, after a Slow March, by the School Secretaries. The lit flame was put off with the Beating of the Retreat.

The programme was co-ordinated and compered by Mrs. Zohra Husain, Incharge Activities, Middle and Senior Wing and the student anchors were Kushi Mishra, Avish Khan and Noyonika Banik. The Vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. Gagan Inder Singh Virdee, HOD, P.E. The Meet saw its culmination with the National Anthem.

DPS DURG, HOLDS THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SPORTS MEET

The Thirteenth Annual Sports Day of DPS, Durg was celebrated on 10th December, 2016 amidst great mirth, verve and camaraderie Shri Dipanshu Kaabra, IPS, I.G. of Police was the Chief Guest. Present on the occasion, were Special Guest of Honour, Shri Vivek Varma, Pro-Vice Chairman, DPS Durg, Principal Mr. Jaya Prakash, Members of the PTA, Press and Parents.

The Chief Guest and the other dignitaries were welcomed with bouquets and were pinned badges. Next, the Principal welcomed the guests and gathering formally and read a brief report of the school’s sports activities and the students’ outstanding sports achievements of the session 2016-2017. This was entailed by the unfurling of the school flag and the declaration of the Meet open by the Chief Guest, marking the commencement of the ceremony, followed by the lighting of the flame by the school’s Sports Secretaries and releasing of  pigeons and balloons, to mark the expression of joy and rejoicement.

The Chief Guest and Special Guest of Honour were thereafter escorted by the Principal, for the inspection of the School Appointments and the three House contingents. Next, a spectacular, impressive, and a well synchronized March Past by the three Houses contingents of the Senior Wing students and the Primary Wing students, rendered the spectators, speechless and awestruck. Thereafter, the Chief Guest administered oath to the School Appointments.

The most intriguing aspect, embellishing the event, was the splendid field displays, involving mass student participation, which splattered on the field, a riot of hues and vibrance based on the theme ‘Olympics – 2020- A Vision’ The displays included presentation ‘My Home – My First School by the Pre-Primary Wing, ‘The Alloy of Guts and Glory’ by classes II & III and ‘Olympic Rings’ by classes IV & V of the Primary Wing. The Middle Wing boys of classes VI – VIII presented ‘Aiming for Gold’ and the Girls of classes VI-VIII presented ‘Indian Girl Power in the Fore – A Tribute to P.V. Sindhu.’

This was followed by the track events including 4 races by the Pre-Primary Wing, 4 races by the Primary Wing and 100 mts. Sprint for boys and girls as well as 4×100 mts. Relay Race for both boys and girls of the Senior Wing. A Parent-Teacher race ‘Knot the Tie & Run,’ was also conducted.

The Chief Guest, in his address lauded the Sports Day event and stated that it was perfect and that he could gauge the pains and efforts taken by teachers and students for such flawless presentation. The March Past, he opined was very well synchronized and the overall programme was of top quality. He congratulated the Principal and the entire team for the event. He further added that students must orient themselves with the happenings of the world and the parents and teachers must take care to inculcate moral values in children.

This entailed the Prize Distribution Ceremony, where the Chief Guest gave away medals and trophies to the sports event winners.

The Best Athlete Boy of the Pre-Primary Wing was T. Shoruya Kumar of class                  I-B and the Best Athlete Girl was   Anushka Soni of class I-C.

The Best Athlete Boy of the Primary Wing for classes II & III was  Javeen Dhanwani  of class  II-G, Nilgiri House and the Best Athlete Girl was Samiksha Singh  of III-F, Aravalli House .

The Best Athlete Boy for classes IV & V, was Rehan Farooqui of class V-D, Shivalik House  and the Best Athlete Girl Sakshi Pathak of class V-D , Nilgiri House.

The Best Athlete Boy for classes VI & VII was AaryashMishra of class VII-E, Aravalli House  and the Best Athlete Girl was Aashna Sinha of class VII-C, Shivalik  House.

The Best Athlete Boy for classes VIII & IX, was Chiragdeep Mor of class IX-F, Aravalli House and the Best Athlete Girl  was Samiksha Agarwal of class VIII-B, Aravalli  House.

The Best Athlete Boy for classes X – XII was Shashwat Kishore Sahu  of class XII-E, Aravalli  House  and the Best Athlete Girl was Shrishti Kasar of class X-E, Nilgiri House.

The Aravalli House was adjudged the Best House, in the March Past and also the  overall Best House in sports events.

The zealous parents, gathered in large numbers, constantly applauded the participants of the Field track displays.

In the Closing Ceremony, the Meet was declared closed by the Chief Guest and the School Flag was handed over to the Principal, after a Slow March, by the School Appointments. The lit flame was put off with the Beating of the Retreat.

The programme was co-ordinated and compered by Mrs. Zohra Ali Husain, Incharge Activities, Middle and Senior Wing and the smart student anchors were Prabneet Kaur Chhatwal, Abhishek Tiwari, Nikhil Kumar and Priyal Mehta. The Vote of thanks was proposed by Mr. Gagan Inder Singh Virdee, Co-ordinator-P.E. The Meet saw its culmination with the National Anthem.

 

One thought on “Compering Script For Annual Sports Day Essay

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *