Annual Events

Innovikaran 2020

Vandana International School organized  Annual Presentation  on a virtual platform today .The  theme  of the Annual  Day  was 'INNOVIKARAN ' , which was meticulously  presented by the students of classes III TO V . The program was commenced by paying  homage to Mahatma Gandhi the' Father of the Nation'. Students  showcased their talent  through song , dance and skit which conveyed the message that all of us belong to the human race and everyone is equal.The Chief Guest Dr Sharda Kumari praised the students performance in the show.Our academic director Akansha ma'am  as always encouraged the students efforts. The event  concluded with a vote of thanks by the vice principal ma'am.


Vandana International School, Dwarka celebrated its Annual Presentation 'Global Gala'- a saga of festivals of classes Kindergarten to II on 6th February on a virtual platform. The programme was commenced by kindling the virtual lamp.The Academic Director Ms Akansha Tandon felicitate the Chief Guest Mr Abhinav Chaturvedi, a famous T.V actor and addressed the students and Parents and  passed the message that no matter how diverse we are but we all belong to one human race.The event was followed by the cultural programme.  The students enthusiastically participated and showcased their talent.  The Chief Guest praised the students for their wonderful performances and delivered his inspiring speech and urged the students to do their best and bring honour to the school. The Vice Principal Ms Purnima Thakur conveyed the vote of thanks and congratulated the students for their active participation and commendable presentation.

Drastic Plastic

*“ Drastic plastic”- An Annual Presentation for classes III,IV *
Announcing the excellent performance, Vandana International Sr.Sec.School, Dwarka celebrated its Annual Day along with conferral Ceremony of classes III & IV on 21st January 2020.
Annual Presentation was woven around the theme ‘Say No To Plastic’. School celebrated its crystal jubilee as it has completed 15 years of its beautiful progressive journey. Mr Anto Alphonse ,DCP Dwarka district graced the occasion as chief guest. Entailing the formal welcome by Mr V.P. Tandon Chairman, Vandana International School and Mr Harsh Tandon, Vice Chairman of the school, the progressive report was read by Mrs Akansha Tandon, Academic Director of the school, she made the audience aware of schools achievements in academic and co-curricular Arena. Most riveting performance which drew an unceasing applause was the play - Drastic Plastic.
Followed by Felicitation Ceremony, prizes were given away to the achievers who brought laurels to the school. Vote of Thanks was conveyed by Sarah David, head girl of primary wing and the program culminated with National Anthem.

Annual Day Celebration – Sanskriti 2017

Vandana International School celebrated its Annual Day and Prize Distribution Function on 30th December 2017. The function commenced with the lighting of the ceremonial lamp by the distinguished Chief Guest, Ms Ravinder Bedi.
Ms Ravinder Bedi, Additional District Session Judge, Chief Legal Advisor, NDMC and Ms Kamaljeet Sehrawat, Mayor, SDMC graced the occasion as the Chief Guest for the cultural function – “Sanskriti”. The function was presided over by Honorable Dr Nitin Malik, Joint Registrar, GGSIP University, Delhi. The other dignitaries present were Mr R M Vatsa, Sr.Advocate, Former President Delhi Bar Association, Mr Sanjeev Anand, Eminent lyricist and Punjabi Pop Singer Bhupi.
Primary students performed a dance titled “Dance World Cup”. They enthralled the audience by performing dances of various countries like India, China, Japan, Spain and Brazil. Children danced in pertinent dance costume. They gave the message “to live locally, think globally and love universally”. Senior Students of the school exhibited their hidden talents through a mesmerizing act “Yugantaram – Samay ki gatha”. The narrative by the students awakened everyone towards the degradation of moral values in Indian society. They also highlighted the difference of traditional Indian values in ‘Satyug’ and ‘Kalyug’. Nowadays respect for elder is taking a backseat in Indian society. However, we must reinforce the Indian values so that our children must be grounded with their roots. The function culminated with much awaited prize distribution ceremony wherein the Chief Guest bestowed the prizes to the most deserving students and motivated them to keep working hard with sincere endeavors. The most memorable moments were marked by the precious words of advice and appreciation by the Chief Guest in his address to parents. Celebrations concluded with a happy note encouraging the students to reach new milestones in the journey of success.

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