Mangaluru: Lady Hill English Higher Primary School celebrates Republic Day

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Mangaluru, Jan 28: Lady Hill English Higher Primary School marked the 74th Republic Day with pride and devotion, remembering the Constitution of Independent India drafted by Dr B R Ambedkar.

The Ladyhill institutions' pupils gathered for the flag-raising ceremony, which was conducted by Meera Pandit, joint commissioner, Commercial Tax, Mangaluru, on the grounds of the Ladyhill Victoria school.

On the eve of Republic Day, the honourable chief guests, Urwa police inspectors Venugopal and Harish and their team, were escorted to the programme venue by headmistress Sr Maisie and assistant headmistress Sr Jyothi, who were joined by the school band.

Class 5A students happily engaged the audience with a range of cultural activities that instilled solidarity, brotherhood, and patriotism in them.The event's highlights included motivating speech, skits, patriotic songs, and a spellbinding dance about fundamental rights and duties.

The chief guest, police inspector Harish, encouraged the children with motivational words and reminded them to follow their Motherland's Constitution and complete their civic responsibilities.

The celebration concluded on a happy note, commemorating the great leaders, their sacrifices, and contributions to Republic India. It was an unforgettable day, and everyone appreciated Indian culture.


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