“A great man is a torch in the darkness, a beam in superstition’s night, an inspiration and a prophecy. Wishing all the men Happy International Men’s Day.
To promote International Men’s Day on November 19 VIII A celebrated in a very unique way to raise awareness to the positive value men bring to the world, their families and, communities. Students prepared greetings for the principal, Management, Staff members, and Teachers who are role models; they put in all their efforts and time in grooming us for our future to acknowledge the efforts made and be respectful to them. Students also felicitated and prayed to intend to improve their health, gender relations, promote gender equality, and highlight the positive role
The annual class celebration began online by the students’ VIII A with an eloquent prayer that expressed and addressed the role of Men as a father also the warmth and strength a man brings in our lives, followed by the impactful thought for the day with a short story which tells us all men have good and bad qualities in them, it is the man who chooses qualities he nurtures.
There were numerous engrossing and fun facts that the students shared few samples like below:
“The average man spends at least 100 tons of fuel every day by not asking for directions!”
“A man’s minding suddenly starts giving them unrealistic goals!”
Subsequently, a delightful song performed by the students accompanied by its significant meaning “It’s all about making a change and realizing that it has to start with you..
Here on this auspicious occasion of men’s day, we felicitated Our Chairman Dr. Ashok Vikhe Patil whose blessings are invaluable and exceptional efforts made to integrate the school motto of Respect, Empathy, Gender Sensitivity, and Democracy. Words cannot begin to describe how thankful we are for his time. We want to acknowledge him for being such an impactful leader and motivating us to strive for success.
VPMS is committed to creating & sustaining A more Diverse, Equitable environment. With a spirit of sincerity our school foster, an integrated character imbibed with high moral, social, ecological, and spiritual values in students, respect cultural and ethnic diversity in the community Students dressed up in a variety of traditional outfits to respect and celebrate the differences in all people. Learning about different cultural, aspects different cultural costumes people traditionally wear in India!
An event cannot be successful without people who devote their time and resources just to make sure everything is perfect. Without our Teachers, Parents, Students of class VIII A and Principal Mrinalini Ma’am. We feel like words are not enough to express gratitude towards everyone responsible for the event.