उद्योग मंत्री समीर महासेठ ने किया डिजनीलैंड मेले का उद्घाटन, कहा – स्वरोजगार के लिए भी सरकार दे रही मदद
पटना, 30 सितंबर : बिहार सरकार के उद्योग मंत्री समीर कुमार महासेठ ने कहा कि बिहार के विकास के लिए राज्य सरकार बिहार के उद्यमियों…
Literacy Day on 25th September, 2022.
The programme commenced with the lighting of the lamp and was followed up by a soulful prayer dance.
College hostel students sung a melodious welcome song.
Moving forward, four dances, Action Dance, ABCD Dance, Tum Hi Ho Bandhu Dance, Khol De Par were
presented by the students of Avila Literacy. Thereafter the students of Buddha Colony Girls Centre and Buddha
Colony Boys Centre gave two consecutive enthralling dance performances on Bollywood songs. The students of
Nageshwar Colony also presented a dance. The girls’ group of the Avila Literacy presented a folk dance which
was followed up by the patriotic dance performed by the boys’ group of Avila Literacy.
Dr. Sister M. Tanisha A.C. Superior Avila Convent and Vice-Principal, Patna Women’s College presented the
awards to the meritorious students of ICWA for passing their matriculation examination with flying colours.
Following was a skit on the topic women empowerment was presented by the ICWA Alumni. STAR boys of
Avila Literacy presented the final dance on a mashup song.
Towards the end of the programme, Dr. Sister M Rashmi A.C. addressed the audience. She congratulated Dr.
Sister Celine Crasta A.C. for her relentless effort in organising the programme. She especially mentioned the
contribution of Sister Anandi in putting up the Action Dance performance. She said that enrollment in ICWA
has increased over the years which shows that people are becoming more aware towards the necessity of
education. She appreciated the students for putting up the beautiful performance.
The event was concluded with the vote of thanks proposed by Dr. Sister Celine Crasta A.C. She congratulated
the ICWA family for the successful running of the association. She counted the achievements of the ICWA
Alumni. She eventually quoted Miss Malala Yusufzai that “One book, one pen, one child and one teacher can
change the world.”