DPS, Sushant Lok Hosts French Envoy

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DPS, Sushant Lok Hosts French Envoy


New Delhi, Jan. 28 -- Khaitan Public School, Noida celebrated its Prize Distribution ceremony recently. Principal, S.

K. Mishra welcomed the distinguished guests . School Chairman Gangesh Khaitan, in his address highlighted the achievements of the students .

More than 200 students were honoured with proficiency awards in Scholastic and Co-scholastic categories by the distinguished Chief Guest, Subodh Lal, Chairman Aks Media Ltd. and the guests of honour, Geetanjali Pandit, Chief People Officer, Zee Media Corporation . The English faculty presented a musical adaptation of the famous classic 'Great Expectations ' and the Hindi faculty presented nritya natika 'Mai Hoon Gauravshali Bharat' under the guidance of S.

L. Gupta,Director Education of the school. Vice Principal, D.

Kaur proposed the vote of thanks.

Delhi Public School, Sushant

Lok, Gurgaon, had the honour of hosting the French Ambassador, His Excellency Francois Richier on the occasion of the French Day celebrations in the school. Other dignitaries present on the occasion were Monsieur Jean-Yves Gillon, Attache for Cooperation in Education, French language section and Monsieur Jean-Yves Coquelin, Deputy Cultural Counsellor, Pro Vice Chairperson, Meenakshi Singh Pathania presided over the function. Depicting the confluence of the two cultures the visitors were taken on an inspiring dance drama journey from the Krishna's Raas Leela in Kathak to the Can Can dancers. The students presented a mesmerizing musical, 'a travers la Seine', the story of a French learner .

Principal, Dr Ruchi Seth in her address spoke about the progressive approach in the process of imbibing French culture through such celebrations.

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