Sankalp and Investiture Ceremony
The most awaited day – Sankalp taking and Investiture Ceremony was held on Tuesday, April 12th 2022. It was a perfect amalgamation of responsibilities, spirituality and confidence in the Students’ Council.
The programme was very well hosted by one of our Secondary teachers, Ms Priti Vora. The programme began with the school prayer and was followed by the pledge. Next, we had Saraswati Puja conducted by our Chief Guest and Spiritual Mentor HG RadhaGopinath Prabhuji with the students singing Saraswati prayer in the background. It was indeed devotional. We had a formal introduction of our spiritual mentor HG RadhaGopinath Prabhuji before his motivational address.
What to say about his style of address, the entire narration was well picturesque! We had many takeaways, let me try to list a few:
1. Our first prayers should be offered to Maa Saraswati as we reach our temple of learning.
2. Her mercy always remains on scholars who preach humbly.
3. One should always be aware of the presence of the Lord in all our endeavours and about the skills He has bestowed on us.
After the speech, it was time for taking Sankalps. Sankalps were taken by three students each from the Pre-Primary, Primary and Secondary section under the following heads: Academic, Behaviour and Social.
This was followed by ‘The Investiture ceremony’ which was graced by our spiritual mentor HG RadhaGopinath Prabhuji and HG Satyanand Prabhuji .
The Investiture ceremony signifies the reliance and confidence that the school consigns in the newly invested office bearers. Donning the mantle of accountability, the student council also pledged to bestow their duties to the best of their abilities.
At the end of the programme, a surprise was planned for our spiritual mentor HG RadhaGopinath Prabhuji, who was turning 60 years on 14th April 2022.
A lot of gratitude was shared for his apt guidance in moulding the lives of many for the betterment of mankind. Some of the thankful souls included our own Managing trustee Shri Rambabu Maheshwari, Principal Ms Rajas Sardesai Bhosale and our senior teachers.
The icing on the cake was sharing of experiences by our own ex-students along with singing of Geet Ramayana.
The session concluded with a vote of thanks to all the teaching staff, non-teaching staff, admin staff, students and all the authorities of the school.
Sharvari M Dicholkar
Everyone can rise above their circumstances and achieve success if they are dedicated to and passionate about what they do. – Mother Teresa